Weaving & Fiber Arts Weekend

November 11th -13th 2017

Join us for a weekend of fiber- filled fun, enjoy the company of fellow fiber enthusiasts in the picturesque town of Turner, ME.

You will learn the art of weaving from start to finish; leaving with a piece that you have created. There will also be time to try your hands at other fiber related arts such as spinning, dyeing, wet and needle felting, crocheting and knitting.

Participants can also take a hike around the farm grounds, along the river, or just relax on the expansive front porch, overlooking the river and rolling pastures.

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284 Turner Center Road
Turner, ME

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Places To Stay

Best Value Inn: Auburn, ME
Hilton Hotel: Auburn, ME
Residence Inn: Auburn, ME

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Weaving & Fiber Arts Weekend

Tuition & Fees

(A)  $500 - 2 ½ days of weaving instruction, materials, final piece and lunch & snacks daily.

(B)  $200 - Sat & Sun weaving instruction, materials, final piece and lunch & snacks daily

Add On:

(C) $150 - Overnight accomodations, all meals and snacks.

(D) $40 - Rate for additional fiberarts classes being offered Saturday and Sunday afternoon.

(E) $20 - Dinner rate for non-overnight participants, Saturday and Sunday.



2 to 3 PM          Overnight participants can arrive and settle in

6 PM        Dinner 

Saturday & Sunday

8 AM                  Breakfast provided for overnight participants

9 to 1 PM          Weaving with Dana

1 to 2 PM           Lunch provided from the farm cafe

2:15 to 4 PM      Join in an afternoon activity- Choose one - $40 all materials included

a. Spinning  

b. Needle Felting 

c. Yarn Dyeing 

d. Making herbal face and hand cream

e. Free time to explore farm grounds

f.   Visit Local Area Holiday Craft Fair (SAT)

4 to 6 PM           Weaving with Dana

6 PM                   Dinner  - $20 for non-overnight participants


8 AM                     Breakfast provided for overnight participants

9 to 12 PM            Finish up weaving project, snacks, Q&A, and program evaluations