From Muskoka Fibrefest:
It’s time to put a little fibre in your diet Muskoka.
On July 2, the third edition of the Muskoka Fibrefest returns toJ.D. Lang Activity Park (Fairgrounds) in the Agricultural building at 331 Fraserberg Road.
The thriving yarn, roving and fibre industry in Ontario is showcased and celebrated in this 3rd Annual festival that draws a multitude of visitors from across the province and beyond to Bracebridge. Forty vendors with booths full of creative, woolly goodness should not be missed. Your day will include seeing fibre artists and crafts galore, delicious lemonade, and yummy crepes. Come and meet and talk to the artists and producers who are part of this exciting and vibrant industry.
This event is organized by Emma Bonnar and Annie Scott who, with a huge love of everything fibre, decided that Muskoka needed a festival to bring the talent from across the province right here to Muskoka. With the dedicated group of volunteers, local organizations like the Bracebridge Public Library, and the help of our local guild, The Pinecone Treadlers, this is a festival to delight both young and old who have any interest in learning about the industry.
The cost of admission is $5 for adults and free for children, and the event runs from 10 am until 4 pm (rain or shine)
Find out more at muskokafibrefest.com.
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