Casey House Tours (Free)

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Casey House Tours

Free Tours of the Historical Casey House October 19 – 21, 201710 AM-3PM by Baxter County Historical and Genealogical Society

The Casey House was the site of Hill ‘N Hollow Quilters Guild’s quilt shows 1984- 1989, when the Guild had about 25 – 30 members.

You will view the oldest home in Mountain Home, built in the 1850’s by one of the first residents of Mountain Home, Colonel Randolph D. Casey. It is located on the fairgrounds at the Corner of Wade & Arena Streets. Just follow the signs from the Educational Building to the parking lot on Wade Street.

The Guild’s 1986 Arkansas sesquicentennial quilt, being gifted to the Baxter County Historical and Genealogical Society, will be on display, as well as pictures of the Guild’s quilt shows held in that location. You will see many antique furniture and household items, including a 1927 Singer treadle sewing machine.

You Don’t Want to Miss Seeing The Casey House!!!!

Our Mission – The Hill 'N Hollow Quilters Guild is founded to preserve, promote, share and teach the art of quilting.