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Thread: Have you gone to the Paducah quilt show...planning for 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by deedum View Post
    I stayed at Marion, Il an hour away approx. It actually worked great. I wouldn't mind getting closer but this worked too.
    I also stayed in Marion and I guess I drive faster cause it didn't take me an hour (yeah ... guilty of lead footitis!). BUT it was all interstate, and quite a pretty drive too - hilly and wooded. I was able to book that only two weeks or so before the show.
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    I live in Burna Ky.this is about 20 miles from Paducah.There is also several hotels in Calvert City Ky.this is about 20 minutes south of Paducah on I-24 easy access.

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    Check motels in Murray, Ky. about an hour away. Also, Benton, Mayfield and Cadiz.

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    A must see...the Quilt Museum! I enjoy the vintage quilt show sponsored by the Rotary Club. Eleanore Burns tent show is always fun! I might have to go this year. It have a few years since i attended.
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    i have gone every year now for 4 years-I am staying in Metropolis Ill-35 miles away I think it's at the casino-Husband goes and walks usually, and enjoys the sites of Paducah-Going next year too-love it-take classes and enjoy the vendors and seeing all the show

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    We live in Lone Oak, a suburb outside Paducah. Our house is 9 miles from the quilt museum. We have a guest suite that we are offering for quilt week. It is detached from our residence and has a queen bed, private bathroom, kitchenette (with refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, and ice maker), fully furnished with all linens and dishes. Television, cable, & internet. It is on 4 acres and has beautiful views. This suite was just completed this summer and is very nice. Any interest? Any suggestions where I can also post this?

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    I don't know if I will get to go this time as I am the primary babysitter for my newborn granddaughter. But we have a camper and plan to stay at the Land Between the Lakes area for the visit to Paducah whenever we do get to go.
    QuiltingVagabond aka Kathy

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    I wished. Have fun and tell us all about it when you go.
    Anna Quilts

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    Hope he will say here honey take my wallet and have a good time try to hit Eleanor burns tint sale it's usually nice and she puts on free show several different times she is a hoot if you have never seen her in person I also enjoy the quilt museum each year we always go in our rv so we don't know much about motel accommodations
    Last edited by ollie1shoe; 12-24-2012 at 06:15 PM. Reason: Add on about quilt museum

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    If you go take in the church meals. Friday night is a pulled pork dinner which is fabulous. Saturday night is the Methodist buffet also fabulous. I love supporting their missions.

    They usually are advertised in the color flyer put out about all the activities or ask at the Paducah info desk at the show. There are many more but out bus tour takes in these two every year.

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