Quilt Trail
The ACA continues to work to bring visitors to our area with the creation of outdoor quilt patterns installed on or near historic buildings in the county. There is one on the barn at the Marilla Museum & Pioneer Place, one at Kaleva Art Gallery, Centennial Walkway and Kaleva Depot Museum, one at former downtown Norwalk, one at Brethren Heritage Museum and one at the Lakeview Church of the Brethren. The trail will be featured in this year's Visitors Guide. There will soon be a virtual tour available at which we hope will really get our trail out to the public. We are expecting more squares to be done at other sites and offer our expertise if desired. For instructions or more information call 231.299.4484

ACA Board meetings
The ACA Board of Directors will meet March 14, May 15, August 21, November 13. Meetings are 4-5 pm. November meeting at Kaleva Art Gallery.

Sculpture Honoring Migrant Workers
The highway sign for the sculpture is now installed on US 31, just before Norconk Rd. This should bring more visitors to pull into We Be Jammin' to view our wonderful sculpture, and read the signage that Dewey produced. We also hope it brings customers to WBJ because they have been so cooperative with the ACA through this process. Be sure you check it out.