Berrien Towne & Country  Quilters





The Berrien Towne & Country Quilters was founded in 1983 to promote fellowship among persons interested in all aspects of quilting.   We wish to preserve our quilting heritage and traditions, to encourage quiltmaking and collecting, to promote an appreciation of  fine  design and workmanship , and to continue to improve our skills and education.



September 10, 2020 meeting- change of venue!

Social time at 6:30.  Meeting starts at 7:00.  The meeting will be a little different from our usual meetings.


We will meet at the Bicentennial Park, located in Royalton Township, Saint Joseph. Same time as our usual meeting time. 

There is a building with restrooms and picnic tables. We can relax in the great outdoors and catch up with each other, while maintaining our social distancing. 

The park is located on the corner of John Beers Road and Scotdale Road in Saint Joseph. 
Suggestions for our second meeting of the year:

* Bring a lawn chair for additional seating 
* Wear a face mask if possible- let’s see how “quilty” we can make them!
* Show and tell - what have you been finishing during our quarantine?

As with everything else, this is subject to change. 😊.


Monthly Meetings

Come join the fun.  Visitors are welcome to come and see what we have to offer.

Our guild hosts speakers several times a year and we have a program each month.

We host quilting retreats twice a year.



Meetings are held the second Thursday of the month, February through November.

​Social time starts at 6:30 p.m.  Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.


Below meeting place not in use until 2021

{Stevensville United Methodist Church (Fellowship Hall)

5506 Ridge Rd., Stevensville, MI 49127}