Arts Council of Calvert County, Prince Frederick, MD, and the Calvert
Barn Quilt Trail Committee are pleased to announce the addition of the
"Arrowhead" square to the Calvert Barn Quilt Trail. Debra and
Peter Huebner, 4165 Chaneyville Rd., Owings, MD, chose to both sponsor
and host the square on their property to celebrate the rich history of
the Lower Marlboro area.
Debra chose the Arrowhead pattern to highlight the history of the
American Indians who occupied the land along the Patuxent River for
thousands of years before Captain John Smith mapped the area.
The square is positioned in the Huebner's field so that visitors can
look across the road to see the Patuxent Manor House, built c. 1740 and
is on the National Register of Historic Places.
For more information about purchasing a square for your property,
click here .
Rd., Owings, MD