Activities

HHFF 2016 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.  We have areas set aside for demonstration use through out the weekend.



Take a quick look at some of the great entertainment we had last year:
  • Bum Doubt - Original music (folk & blues)
  • Salt Creek Sweet Taters Dulcimer Group
  • 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 Friday only 12-2 pm
  • 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
*New in 2015*
    "Creative Zone "
    sponsored by:

    The Creative Zone is an area we have set aside for meeting up with other fiber enthusiasts and holding meetings.  We hosted a Ravelry Meet-up in 2015!