Volunteers are very important to the mission of the museum and its daily operation! Join together with people who share your interests in the fiber arts, and have fun spending time at our idyllic, 1850s farmstead. Meet interesting visitors from around the world, and learn some new skills. You don’t need to be a quilter, a weaver or a knitter to volunteer. The museum needs people with a great variety of skills and interests that may include: working as a docent, helping in the Museum Gift Shop, gardening, historic preservation or leading education programs for youth and adults.
If you are interested in volunteering, or have questions and would like to speak with Linda Vargo, Volunteer Director for the Museum, please contact her at Volunteers@wiquiltmuseum.com or call her at 262.546.0300.