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Are “ewe” ready? Come see the annual Fiber Festival in the Mallary Complex at Eastern States Exposition. There will be sheep shearing, workshops, fleece sale, fiber animals, demonstrations, finished items for sale, and a fiber fashion show.
Produced by Eastern States Exposition and the New England Sheep and Wool Growers Association, more than 200 booths and 22 workshops are being brought to fiber fanatics! From an educational experience with crafter demonstrations and live animals, to the perfect holiday shopping opportunity, come on down to the Fiber Festival of New England!
Take a FREE scenic ride around the grounds between the Farmers Market and Storrowton Village aboard the Roaming Railroad, enjoy wine tastings in the Wine Café, take a tour of Storrowton and shop to your heart’s content! Also, on Saturday while at the Fiber Festival, visitors can attend a new blacksmith event and “History on the Go” tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Storrowton Village.
For more information, tickets, or to sign up for a workshop, please click here.
HOURS: Saturday – 9 am to 5 pm;
Sunday – 9 am to 3 pm.
LOCATION: Mallary Complex
The annual event, co-produced by the Eastern States Exposition and the New England Sheep and Wool Growers Association, aims to promote the use of wool and other natural fibers and related products to the general public. In addition to purchasing fleece, all types of fiber, supplies, and equipment, as well as kits to get started on a project, there are plenty of “finished” items to buy.