Celebrate new Yolo County Museum, win a history quilt

The historic quilt prize was crafted in 1930 by Woodland resident Ida de Meyer. (Courtesy photo)

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By Rob Coman
Special to the Express

Support the new Yolo County Fair Museum and you could win a lovely and historic quilt.

Yolo County Historical Society and Woodland Parlor 30, Native Sons of the Golden West are celebrating the opening of their new Yolo County Museum at the Fairgrounds this month. The quilt is was created in 1930 by Woodland resident Ida de Meyer. Tickets are $1 each or six for $5 and are available at the County Fair Museum and at the Winters History Museum.

The Winters Museum is open Thursday through Sunday from 1–5 p.m. and is located at 13 Russell St.

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