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What's New with Barn Quilts & Hidden History Mural Trails & Area Events
Note cards featuring Marquette County's Barn Quilts and Hidden History Murals are now available.
Notecards come in a pack of 8 and are $8 plus $2 for mailing and handling. If you wish to order please contact us or you can find them at Homespun Fabrics in Endeavor, Silver-Smith Jewelry or Teapot Quilt Cottage in Montello, Amish House in Westfield and The Welcome Home in Portage.
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Barn Quilt blocks, many representing heritage quilt designs, are painted on 8’x 8’ exterior signboard and then hung on barns or buildings throughout Marquette County. Nineteen Barn Quilts are hung along the mural trail already and more are planned. We are excited about sight-seers driving along our highways and byways and enjoying these rural works of art. You are invited to visit our towns, shop, and enjoy meals and overnight stays.
Would you like a Barn Quilt on your Marquette County barn or building and to become a part of our Barn Quilts and Hidden History Murals Trail? If so, you may paint your own Barn Quilt, or we can find someone to paint it for you. If you are interested in having a Barn Quilt on your barn please fill out this request form.
Montello Historic Preservation Society & Marquette County Historical Society
In conjunction with our local historical societies, Marquette County’s Hidden History mural trail project has place a number of Barn Quilts and Mural on barns, buildings and posts throughout the county so locals and visitors can follow a charted trail to see and learn about these images, appreciate their history and admire their beauty.
There is only one stoplight in Marquette County’s entire 455 square miles. No traffic jams or shopping malls – just miles of beautiful, gently rolling countryside. The mural trail directs sight-seers along highways and byways to view the beautiful sites of Marquette County, to visit our towns and villages, and to get pleasure from our new public art.