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June 6 & 7, 2009
Maine Fiber Frolic
Windsor, Maine

Join us for a look back into  time as Windsor Fairgrounds comes alive with a
agricultural tradition, a farm and fiber festival.  Along with 75 vendors
displaying their fiber related products and demonstrations throughout the
weekend, you’ll find yourself engaged in the farm & fiber community of Maine.
The Fiber Frolic offers sheep dog trials and demos, sheep shearing, fleece show
& sale, used equipment marketplace,llama fun show,judged fiber goat show, 4-
H  demonstrations, educational workshops & lectures (on spinning, felting,
knitting, weaving, rug hooking, animal health and  rearing), a kid’s area and the
Maine llama Drill Team. More info:

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