It took us four years to stitch the Tapestry. Along the way we paused from time to time to celebrate our progress and the many hands that made that progress possible. Our journey from the start of stitching through completion is an amazing story with ample cause to celebrate along the way:
- November 14, 2015 – JOURNEY THROUGH TIME program with Margaretta Barton Colt to celebrate the launch of the Tapestry project
- March-April, 2016 – STITCH IN TIME artwork show to showcase the talents of the Tapestry Project Participants
- October 29, 2016 – HISTORY TOLD IN STITCHES program with Margaretta Barton Colt and Page Huff Dillon. The first public showing to celebrate the stitched historic buildings of the Tapestry.
- May 20, 2017 – STITCHES FROM THE GARDEN program and show highlighting the many different colors, techniques, and stitches of the Tapestry gardens and trees.
- November 18, 2017 – LIFE IN THE VALLEY program with Margaretta Barton Colt and Becky Ebert, archivist at the Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library. A celebration of the life and times of the people living in the Valley
- May 19, 2018 – ANIMAL STORIES IN STITCHES program featuring many of the animals that may be found in the Valley, with a special focus on wild and domestic animals depicted in the Tapestry. A special guest, Tiva the groundhog, was present for all to get a better understanding of the wildlife of the Valley.
- October 20, 2018 – UNVEILING THE TAPESTRY. A giant party was held at the Village at Orchard Ridge Community Center in Winchester.