Activities


HHFF 2015 Entertainment


Many vendors demonstrate their skills in their booths, sharing fiber arts or all kinds.  Most of us love answering questions and talking about our skills, so don't be afraid to ask!

If you're not a vendor and would like to volunteer to demonstrate your skills to entertain the festival visitors, please contact Janie at:  EntertainmentHHFF@gmail.com

Musical Entertainment:
Bum Doubt  - Original music (folk & blues)
Friday 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  (Farm Bureau Building)
Saturday 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.  (Farm Bureau Building)
Salt Creek Sweet Taters Dulcimer Group 
Friday 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. (Inside Scott Hall)

Demonstrations and other entertainment 
throughout the day on Friday & Saturday:

  • Diane Soper of Sistermaide will be back to perform a wood turning demonstration.  Last year she created a supported drop spindle (and gave it away to one of the demonstration attendees!).  This year she has a special surprise!
  • 4-H Llama & Alpaca Club: 
  • Kiss-a-Llama & Llama Limbo
  • Llama & Alpaca Rescue 
  • Clowns &  Face painting
  • Stephen G. Bowman of the Bedford College of Lace Making will be demonstrating his skills on both Friday & Saturday. More information about Stephen and lace making can be found at: www.bedfordcollegeoflacemaking.com
  • Professor Watermelon is a children’s author and crocheter who will be performing readings of his books throughout the weekend.  www.professorwatermelon.com
Re-enactors on the South Lawn:
The members of the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronisms) will be located in the gazebo and the nearby lawn, gather ‘round to watch them demonstrate how fibers were used during different periods in  history.  www.sca.org

Additional demonstrations TBA.  
Check the Welcome Center in Scott Hall for more information.


*New in 2015*
    "Creative Zone "
    sponsored by:


    Bring your fiber related project and have fun in our Creative Zone, sponsored by the generous people of Sheepish Creations!  This is a great area to take a break and sit a while with fellow fiber enthusiasts.  This space is located in Magill Hall; see the Welcome Center for more information about events happening in this space.

    Special Meeting in our Creative Zone:
    Ravelry Member Meet-Up, Saturday, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

    Calling all Ravelry members!  We have a special time set aside in our Creative Zone just for you.  Search for our group on Ravelry.com:  “Hoosier Hills Fiber Festival” for more information.

    Not a member on Ravelry.com?  You should be!  Ravelry is a free online gathering place for crocheters, knitters, and spinners.  There are a great number of resources to use on this website and Ravelry is spreading the word of fiber arts to the world.  They have over 5,000,000 members globally!  Stop in during our Ravelry Meet-Up and ask about Ravelry and the amazing things it can do for you.
    Visit www.ravelry.com today!