More information about the Utah Fetal Center at Primary Children’s Hospital, including a short video, can be found here.

The Holiday Quilt Show and Auction originally scheduled for 2021, is being postponed until 2022 and will be held every other year thereafter. The new dates are reflected in the information below.

Three decades of support

For more than 30 years, Intermountain Research and Medical Foundation's Holiday Quilt Show and Auction has been an important source of funding to further Intermountain Healthcare’s mission of helping people live the healthiest lives possible.®

2022 Holiday Quilt Show and Auction Schedule of Events

Saturday, November 12 to Thursday, November 17, 2022
9:30 am – 8:30 pm at Little America Hotel
Mezzanine Level
$5 tickets are sold at the door

You may also purchase tickets to sponsor and attend the Holiday Quilt Show and Auction Dinner on Friday, November 18, 2022. Sponsorship information and pricing will be available soon. (Quilt Show tickets for the Quilt Show from November 12 to 17 are $5 and sold at the door.)

Making a Difference

From its humble beginnings in 1983 as several women who valued the rich cultural heritage of quilt making organized the first Quilt Show, today, the Holiday Quilt Show and Auction is one of the last remaining all-hand-quilted quilt shows in the United States.

Each year hundreds of volunteers give countless hours of their time, talents, and resources to create beautiful handmade quilts. Thanks to a generous community, more than $2.5 million dollars has been raised through the Quilt Show furthering Intermountain Research and Medical Foundation's mission of funding medical research and education, which advances the science of medicine, and providing the highest quality health care to the Salt Lake Valley.



2019 Quilt Gallery Images

View images of the quilts that were sold for charity at our auction in 2019.

quilt auction board members web square

Holiday Quilt Show Board

Learn about the Holiday Quilt Show's board members and the board's objectives.