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Last weekend was the Oregon Flock n Fiber Fest in Canby Oregon. Lots of fiber animals,though I didn't have time to walk around to see them all--if you ever go two days would be awesome to take it all in--spinning, tons of booths with fleece and yarn n stuff, music, cookoffs with free samples(O. M. G. YUM), classes etc. So inspiring! ANd when you have friends there it makes it all the more better to gab.

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Awwh, sorry to have missed it.

Here is their website:

[center] Oregon Flock & Fiber Festival
Clackamas County Fairgrounds ~ Canby, Oregon


http://www.flockandfiberfestival.com/


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