Time to start thinking about Christmas shopping. Give the gift of alpaca; it is very warm, soft and hypo-allergenic.
We now have a lot of hats, scarves and headbands that have been locally knit using our own alpaca yarn. Be sure to check them out carefully, each item is labeled as to which alpacaâ€™s fibre was used to produce that item. Perhaps you would like a toque from Kanata or a beret from Shadow, a scarf from Kizi .
We had a lady who couldn't decide what hand knit item to buy a friend, so instead she bought her some of our yarn so the friend could knit exactly what she wanted.
We are now attending Christmas Bazaars and Craft Shows. The following events are all confirmed and we will update the list as we sign up for more shows.
Saturday, November 16TH - 1:00 to 5:00 MEAFORD FARMERS CHRISTMAS MARKET At the Meaford Town Hall
Saturday, November 23RD - 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. SANTAâ€™S BREAKFAST AND CHRISTMAS MARKET At Amabel-Sauble Community School, 555 Sauble Pkwy. Sauble Beach
Sunday November 24th, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 19TH ANNUAL LIONS CHRISTMAS CRAFT At the Arthur & Area Community Centre, 158 Domville Street, Arthur
Saturday, November 30TH â€“ 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. FLESHERTON & DISTRICT FARMERS CHRISTMAS MARKET At the Kinplex
Saturday, December 7TH - 1:00 to 5:00 MEAFORD FARMERS CHRISTMAS MARKET At the Meaford Town Hall
We have just added a new and different event.
DIVA'S NIGHT OUT! Friday, December 6th, 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Louie's on Lewis Banquet Hall 84 Lewis Road, Guelph, Ontario
This will be our only event in the Guelph area this season. This is a great chance ladies to pamper yourself ! There will be massages, yoga, pedi-cures ,free mini-manis, free mini-facials. plus vendors selling unique fashion accessories, antiques, ornaments and of course cozy warm alpaca products.
You are always welcome to come to the farm to shop, please call first to be sure we are home.
Donâ€™t wait too long to get your Christmas shopping done.
Remember to check out our facebook page, it is updated with photos more often than the Farm News.
Have a pronking day! Carolyn & Doug