Thursday, February 26, 2015
I am thoroughly enjoying the slower pace of winter, though I'm not wild about the extreme cold we've been enduring. I've worked a bit on decluttering, though there's plenty more to work on. I've read a few books. I've spent time weaving and crocheting. I've spent some time doing things that refresh me and contribute to long-term health.
But I hear some rumblings that winter is not widely-enjoyed by the rest of the general public. Something about cabin fever. Mutterings about endless white and cold. Some have escaped to warmer climates for a few days or a few weeks.
If you're stuck here in the great white north and need to get out of the house and do something different, why not come to our Fiber Fridays? We'll hold these each Friday from 10 - 4, until the work of the farm ramps up in the spring.
Bring your wheel or spindle or table loom or needles and hang out in our studio. We'll have water/tea/hot cocoa/coffee available, and there is a Subway nearby if you need something more substantial at lunch time. Come whenever you want between 10 and 4. We'll be working in the studio during this time, so you'll have company. And the on-farm shop will be open from 1 - 4 pm each Friday.
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Labels: Fiber Arts