Take a stroll through the 19th Century on Sunday, Oct. 28, at California State University, Sacramento’s free exhibit “Piecing the Past Together.”
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This is a collection of historical quilts in the University Special Collections and University Archives, on Sac State’s campus, 6000 J St. in Sacramento.
From 2 to 5 p.m. view quilts made between 1825 and 1895. Exhibit curator Carol Gebel will lead the tours and answer questions.
For more information call 916-278-6144.