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Quilt for a Cause



Quiltaholics should be sure to check out a special Quilt Show this Saturday, with proceeds going to help aid the Road Home Shelter for homeless families and individuals in Salt Lake City.---

The Road Home shelter is a haven for individuals struggling with homelessness in Salt Lake City, and the private agency is very reliant on private donations to run and maintain its emergency and more-long-term shelters, as well as case-management services for its clients.

This Saturday, the Gone to Pieces Quilters will be hosting a quilt show, with all the proceeds from the $5 entrance fee going to aid the Road Home’s program services. Nerd out on quilts and other handmade gifts, enjoy prize drawings and help a good cause, all at the same time.

Saturday, Sept. 29, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 2520 E. Walker Lane (5450 South).