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Join us at the Heritage Farm to celebrate the connections between plants, animals and people!
Watch artisans at work, learn about natural dyes made from plants and follow the process used to turn Navajo Churro sheep wool into sweaters and blankets.
Meet the Navajo Churro sheep that live at the Heritage Farm and learn about how this heritage breed is being preserved. Enjoy hands-on demonstrations of many fiber arts, including spinning, dyeing, quilting, rug hooking and more.
Schedule of Events
Fiber artist demonstrations and discovery stations will take place around the Heritage Farm throughout the event from 10 a.m - 2 p.m.
- 10 a.m. - noon - Music from Cactus Tractor ("Folk acoustic hipster-family pop")
- 11 a.m. - Las Arañas dyeing demonstration
- Noon - Las Arañas drop spindle class
- Noon - 2 p.m. - Music from Wildewood (American folk rock)
- 1 p.m. - Navajo-Churro sheep presentation and Q&A with Don Bixby, former director of the American Livestock Breeds Conservatory
Thank you to our amazing fiber artists!
- Las Arañas Spinners and Weavers Guild
- Dropped Stitch Knitters
- Adobe Wool Arts Guild
- El Arco Iris Colcheras
- Heritage Farm Quilters