Departures from Kingston and Brockville

5 Apr

 

SOLD OUT! If you want to join the waiting list in case of a cancellation, go here.

Knitters and fibre-lovers! Saturday, August 20 2016 is the day we TWIST again! This year Purlin’ J’s Roving Yarn Co. is offering a day trip so you can relax and enjoy the ride! Board the coach in Kingston or Brockville (you can knit while someone else drives!), arrive at the arena in Saint-André-Avellin for the annual TWIST Fibre Festival, then shop from over 125 vendors, take an afternoon workshop (separate registration required), have a break at the Foodie Fair, and then snooze on the coach back to Brockville/Kingston! Your ticket includes:

    • A return one-day journey from Kingston/Brockville to Saint-André-Avellin, Quebec, in a chartered coach with a washroom on-board, and plenty of space for all your purchases!
    • Your admission to the Festival
    • Ample time to shop over 125 yarn and fibrecraft vendors under one roof
    • Time to have lunch at the Foodie Fair
    • A textile art exhibit with a modern twist
    • A goodie bag for every passenger!
    • Prizes!

“Lots of fun on the bus ride — venue and vendors were great!”    

“Well organized, lots of fun, and, of course, GOODIE BAGS!”

                                                           —2015 Toronto Knitters Frolic coach passengers

TWIST is an annual event that serves as a showcase of the fibre world and is intended for the general public, enthusiasts, fibre producers, fleece animal breeders, artists and artisans, and professionals and semi-professionals!

SOLD OUT The price per person is $80+ HST including admission to the Festival.
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The Details: The bus departs Kingston at 08:00 sharp Saturday, August 20 2016 from the “Toys R Us” parking lot at Midland Ave at Princess Street. (Park your vehicle in the SW corner of the parking lot.) Please arrive by 07:45 for check-in. The bus departs Brockville at approximately 08:55  Saturday, August 20 2016 from the Food Basics parking lot off Jefferson Drive (at Stewart Blvd, behind Tim Hortons). The bus departs Saint-André-Avellin from the arena at 17:00 sharp the same day. The bus is scheduled to return to Food Basics in Brockville at approximately 20:00 and at Toys R Us in Kingston at 20:55 Saturday night. Every passenger receives a goodie bag and a door prize ticket! If you wish to enrol in a Saturday afternoon (12:00 to 17:00) workshop, please register yourself directly on the TWIST workshop page.  Don’t forget your knitting for the journey!

Refund Policy: This trip is non-refundable after August 5, 2016.

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5 Responses to “Departures from Kingston and Brockville”

  1. Donna Coleman May 2, 2016 at 2:23 am #

    Loved the knitters frolic on Saturday. Is it possible to pick me up at the car park beside the casino in Gananoque? It’s an easy off/on exit & entry for the bus.

    • purlinjs May 4, 2016 at 10:46 pm #

      Glad to know you enjoyed the Knitters Frolic coach trip, Donna. I will have to get back to you about the Gananoque stop! Take care.

  2. Jodi May 4, 2016 at 11:40 am #

    Oh I hear this is so fun. Do you go through Ottawa? I live near the airport but could meet the bus anywhere. I’m sure I could scare up a few others to hop on too. 😀

  3. purlinjs May 4, 2016 at 10:43 pm #

    Thanks Jodi. I will ask about possible Ottawa stops.

    • Jodi July 18, 2016 at 3:57 pm #

      Hiya, I was wondering if there’s any chance of an Ottawa pick up/drop off. Thanks!

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Artist, photographer and upcycler living in Vermont. Viewer of the world through eyes and lens.

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