28, 29, 30 June and 1 July
Ladies and gentlemen, step right up to Purlin’s J’s Roving Yarn Company for four, count ’em FOUR days at ArtFest Kingston! Look for the red yarn truck, Lil Dorothy, near the Music Small Stage, at the Barrie/King corner of City Park.
The yarn truck will be open 10am to 6pm each day: 28, 29, 30 June and 1 July.
Purlin’ J accepts Visa, Mastercard and cash.
It’s World Wide Knit in Public (WWKIP) week! Why not bring your knitting and crochet (or spinning or felting) project to Skeleton Park this Saturday, 21 June, between 1 and 4pm to celebrate WWKIP week? Enjoy FREE live music all day, plus lots of activities for the kids, artisan and community booths, food vendors and more! Bring your own chair and your project; a canopy will be set up next to Purlin’ J’s truck to provide some shade. Shop the yarn truck from 10 am to 5pm. (Look for the red yarn truck, Lil Dorothy, near the Ordnance Street side of the park.) See you Saturday, rain or shine!
This Saturday, 14 June, is Westport’s Heritage Street Festival! And Purlin’ J’s Roving Yarn Co. will be there all day! Look for Lil Dorothy near the intersection of Bedford and Church, in the municipal parking lot. Visit all the vendors, take in a walking tour, and sample the results of the pie-baking contest! Free admission.
Shop the yarn truck in Barriefield 7 June
This Saturday promises to be absolutely glorious! I’m looking forward to having Lil Dorothy, Purlin’ J’s yarn truck, in Barriefield this Saturday, 7 June from 10am to 4pm. Look for Lil Dorothy in the green field.
The Barriefield Village 200th Anniversary Celebration will include displays and demos of heritage crafts and trades (boatbuilding, blacksmithing, carpentry, window making, spinning and weaving, etc.), historic costumes, walking tours and wagon rides through the village, a bake sale, afternoon tea at St. Mark’s Church, Farm Girl food, musical performances, AND Purlin’ J’s yarn truck!
Note: Activities will take place in three locations: the green field (GF) at the intersection of Wellington and George Streets, St. Mark’s Church (SM), and the Frontenac County Schools Museum (FCSM).