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Check Out Our Upcoming Events. We Hope To See You there!

PVAA Open Farm Days

July 27 & 28, 2019

4071 Norman Ct, Vacaville,  CA 95688

Contact: Deb Galway, deb@menageriehillranch.com, 707-290-7915

Cost: FREE - Free On-site Parking

New this year, we're joining other Pleasants Valley Ag Association farms (located in Vacaville) in opening our farm to the public. Guests are invited to spend some time relaxing and visiting with the alpacas. Learn more about these inquisitive, unique animals and the luxury fiber they produce. Bring you lawn chair or blanket, picnic basket & camera. Enjoy watching spinning and needle felting demonstrations. To download a farm map and event schedule, visit:

Vacaville Farmers

Our farm store will be open with more hand knitted apparel and some fun alpaca themed accessories. We'll also have our usual alpaca novelties including Felted Alpacas, Alpaca Ornaments, alpaca print tote bags, and Alpaca Embossed Goats Milk Soaps; as well as our usual assortment of Fiber Twig Balls, Alpaca Socks, and Alpaca Yarn, Roving and Fleece. We'll also have cold beverages available for sale.

This is a working ranch. 
Wear closed toe shoes and appropriate outdoor attire.
No strollers please!
Please no pets.
Unfortunately, no restrooms are available.

If you plan to bring a large group, please call ahead so we can plan for you. 707.290.7915.

Saturday & Sunday - 9 AM to 3 PM both days

 

National Alpaca Farm Days

September 28 & 29, 2019

4071 Norman Ct, Vacaville,  CA 95688

Contact: Deb Galway, deb@menageriehillranch.com, 707-290-7915

Cost: FREE

Come visit the alpacas!
Pet them and take pictures.
Watch spinning demonstrations.
Shop the farm store for alpaca fleece, roving, yarn, products and novelties.
Bring your lawn chair or blanket, picnic basket & camera.

This is a working ranch.
Wear closed toe shoes and appropriate outdoor attire.
Parking is available on site and free.
No strollers please!
Please no pets.
Unfortunately, no restrooms are available.

If you plan to bring a large group, please call ahead so we can plan for you. 707.290.7915.

Saturday 10 to 3, Sunday 10 to 3

 

Lambtown USA

October 5 & 6, 2019

Dixon May Fair Grounds, 655 S 1st Street, Dixon,  CA 95620

Contact: Deb Galway, deb@menageriehillranch.com, 707-290-7915

Cost:  $5.00

We'll have a booth in our usual space at the 33rd Annual Lambtown Festival, 9-5 Saturday 10/5/18 & 9-4 Sunday 10/6/18.

This year we've added more hand knitted apparel and some fun alpaca themed accessories and novelties. We'll have the amazing Creekwater Alpaca Socks, and Alpaca Hats, Gloves, Scarves and Throw Blankets; Felted Alpaca Ornaments, Alpaca Print Tote Bags, Alpaca Jewelry, and Alpaca Embossed Goats Milk Soaps; Alpaca Dryer Balls, Fiber Twig Balls, Alpaca Cookie Cutters, and Activity Books. And as always we'll be freshly stocked with Alpaca Yarn, Roving and Fleece in an amazing array of colors..

The event features craft & fiber booths, fiber competitions, seminars, workshops, the sheep show and sheep shearing competition, great food & entertainment, all focused on fiber and fiber producing animals.

Parking is FREE this year.

www.lambtown.org

 

Fibershed Wool Symposium

November 16, 2019

 Dance Palace, 503 B Street, Point Reyes Station,  CA 94956

www.fibershed.com

Contact: Deb Galway, deb@menageriehillranch.com, 707-290-7915

Cost:  $40 for Seminars, Free shopping

We will have a booth at this educational event (in the church) with raw fleece, roving and yarn in a variety of natural colors.There will also be some new alpaca items including hand knitted garments, needle felting kits, and alpaca print tote bags.

Please join us for our sixth annual Fibershed Wool & Fine Fiber Symposium at the Dance Palace in Point Reyes Station. In addition to hands-on activities and demonstrations, there will be informative presentations on collaborations between fiber farmers and designers, as well as on carbon farming, soil carbon sampling and drought tolerant breeds. The fee to attend the Symposium is $40, or $20 for seniors and full time students.

The event will be streaming live on the internet at this link (starting at approximately 10:00 am PST): http://iframe.dacast.com/b/53987/c/78928, or on the screen below. Online videos of the event will be available soon after.

The Fibershed Marketplace (open to the public at no charge from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm) will offer an array of beautiful local fibers and handmade goods, on sale in the church building at the Dance Palace, as well as on the lawn (weather permitting).

 

Updated July 17, 2019