You are invited you to join us at the Fiber Festival at Flagstaff, June 2 and 3, 2012 — hosted by the Pioneer Historical Society Museum and coordinated by AlAnn Ranch Alpacas and Alpacas Breeders of Arizona.
There are three acres of beautiful pine-wooded grounds and parking is available. Camping is allowed or Flagstaff has many fine hotels and motels.
Animal owners, bring your animals to show off to the public and increase awareness of animals’ fibers and their usefulness and beauty. There is someone available on the grounds 24 hours a day during the Festival.
Watch, participate or volunteer to teach a workshop on dog working, shearing, fleece scouring, dyeing, spinning or weaving, whatever suits your fancy. Meet other like-minded artists, farmers and vendors while educating the public about animals and their fiber.
Members of the public, you are welcome! Come enjoy shearing, felt making, spinning, weaving, dyeing and more; wool and fiber products are for sale. Admission is free. Hours are 10am to 4pm.
Please don’t hesitate to call with any questions. Contact information is below. See you soon!
Arizona Historical Society-Pioneer Museum
2340 N. Ft. Valley Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Ann L. Lamon, Festival Coordinator for the Alpaca Breeders of Arizona
PO Box 188
Ash Fork, AZ 86320-0188