The Fiber and Wool Festival at Flagstaff is a two day celebration of everything fiber with live animals, demonstrations, workshops and a fleece, fiber and crafts sale with over 20 fiber related vendors.
Children (and grown-ups) are sure to love the live animal events such as the sheep dog trials, shearing demos, and animal displays including Churro sheep, Suri alpacas, Huacaya alpacas, Angora goats (Mohair), Cashmere goats and Angora rabbits.
Workshops include Needle Felting with Nancy Wildson, Local Native Plant Dyes and Exotic Dyes with Ishikawa Zuni, and Soap-making.
The Fiber and Wool Festival at Flagstaff is hosted by the Pioneer Historical Society Museum and coordinated by AlAnn Ranch Alpacas and Alpacas Breeders of Arizona. The event is Saturday and Sunday, June 1 and 2, from 10am to 4pm. The museum address is 2340 North Fort Valley Road, Flagstaff, AZ.
Admission is $1.
And if you are nowhere near Arizona, be sure to check out our Yarn Events Map to see what is happening this weekend near you.