The old and intricate art of making lace will be celebrated at the 10th annual Fairview Lace Day, Tuesday, July 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Fairview Museum, 65 N. 100 East, Fairview.
Lacemaking is one of the oldest of decorative arts, with patterns and traditions that stretch back to the 1500s and beyond.
If you know how to make lace, you can bring your work and hang out with fellow lacers. If you don't make it yourself, you can watch others make a variety of types and styles. Supplies and materials will also be on sale.
A special exhibit in the museum gallery features Brugge and Beds Bobbin Lace.
Fairview Lace Day is held in cooperation with the Beehive Lacers, which meet the first Saturday of each month at the West Jordan Library. For more information about the group or Lace Day, call Nancy MacKay, 435-427-9408.