Celebrating the life and heritage of Oscoda County, Michigan.
In 2001 Donna Sue Groves, in Adams County, Ohio painted a quilt block on her barn to honor her mother, a master quilter. From that humble beginning has grown a national movement of counties and communities developing their own trail of quilts on barns, houses and other buildings throughout America. More than 30 states now have Quilt Trails with over 3,000 registered quilt blocks. The movement shows no sign of stopping and Oscoda County Art Council has brought the Quilt Trail here!
The OCAC works to involve community groups, organizations, businesses and families in painting and installing quilt blocks in all of Oscoda County. We chose as our motto “Art where we live, work and play!” and the Quilt Trail accomplishes that by having beautiful art on old barns, businesses, homes, and along the Au Sable River.
is a part of the Economic Development Alliance for Oscoda County, a nonprofit corporation working for thriving communities in Northeast Michigan. For more information, contact:
The Economic Development Alliance
for Oscoda County
PO Box 777
Mio, MI 48647
info [at] edaoscodacounty.org
Join the fun! Move to Oscoda County, pick up a paint brush, and live it up in the beautiful Northwoods! We'll welcome you with open arms!
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