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We are bursting at the seams with boxes, bags and packages. All of the door prizes and giveaways have steadily been coming in and we are running out of space in the living room and garage! We have bags, yarns, magazines, fabrics, pattern books and accessories. You’ll have plenty of great prizes awaiting you, whether you take a class or just pay general admission at the door, no one leaves empty handed.
If you have sent in a registration for classes or special events and have not received a confirmation, all is well. You may pick up your registration packet when you arrive at the advanced registration table. You will only receive a confirmation if there is a problem with your payment or registration, otherwise, you have been entered in the class/es you selected
Please note: All prices for classes are higher when purchased on site. Advanced registration allows you a discounted rate for admission and for all classes. Mail in registration closes on February 19th. Advanced electronic registration will close on February 29th, 2016.
Registration opens 1 hour before Marketplace hours,listed below. We will have additional staff on hand to check you in to make sure you make it to your class on time.
Hog Heaven Rescue Farm will be on hand to check your coat and bags all weekend and are providing a skein winding service for those who buy yarn and prefer not to wind it at home.
We are delighted to have such a great line up of teachers and exhibitors, many of whom have traveled from as far as Seattle to Maine! Please make sure to check out all of the exhibitors online and make your plans to visit the Marketplace.
Save the Date!!!
Salvation Army’s Annual Fabric Fair: Saturday, April 9th, this year at a NEW LOCATION. Don’t forget, we will be collecting fabrics, notions and yarns to support this fabulous event.
More details next week on parking, on site food options and Festival information.
With Warm Regards,
Barb and Ann
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