[Tour Info]


    Piecemakers is an adventuresome place for tour groups of all sizes and all kinds (we can accommodate groups up to 120 people), browsing through a Santa's workshop like Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm all wrapped up in one. Down home cooking with low prices, nooks and crannies for resting and eating. Piecemakers Band plays every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 12:00 to 1:30... so pack up your troubles in your old knapsack and come to Piecemakers.

    Tours begin with a short introduction and can include demonstrations or make-it-and-take-its, and much more.

    Top that with a bon appetit luncheon - menu is chosen when tour is booked or you can choose our serve-yourself lunch plate - and shopping at a one of a kind quilt store/gift shop - well, you have paradise and more!

    Tour  - April 1, 2011 (Click on any picture to enlarge)

    Piecemakers hay wagon and tractor out front greets our visitors.
    Don Hull, our emcee, welcomes the tour group and others who have come for the music.

    Lunch is over and everyone settles in for music with Piecemakers Singers.
    Basking in the strains of "Amazing Grace".

    Peggy serenades the listeners while the rest of the band adds accompaniment and harmonies.
    Donna demonstrates how to create pincushions using vintage cups and saucers.
    Resting after shopping, eating and all the other activities planned for the tour group.

    We also host "special occasion" luncheons and have meeting rooms available for all sorts of groups - Red Hat Society, family reunions, birthday parties, guild workshops - call us and we will work with you to accommodate your plans.

    [red hat ladies pix]
    [Mad Hatter tea at the Village]

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