Traditional Hawaiian Quilting: History, Characteristics, and Techniques will be presented from 6-7:30 pm Tuesday, February 14, at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. Jean Krause, a Hawaiian quilter for over 25 years, will explain the significance of various Hawaiian quilt design elements. A native of Oahu, Krause will also demonstrate the creation of a traditional Hawaiian quilt. Admission to the program is $5 per person, and advance reservations are recommended at globalvillagemuseum.org. Light refreshments will be served, and registrants will enjoy free admission to the Museum’s four galleries prior to the program. The presentation is in conjunction with Textiles: Exploring Boundaries in the Museum’s Main Gallery. For more information, visit globalvillagemuseum.org or call 970-221-4600.