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Don't be sheepish: Check out the Lamb & Wool Festival

Published May 17, 2012 9:04 am

Family event • Kids can pet lambs, spin wool, ride ponies.
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It's going to get wild and woolly at Thanksgiving Point on Saturday.

Well, it's going to get woolly.

Thanksgiving Point in Lehi is hosting the Lamb & Wool Festival at Farm Country, a chance for kids to see where their sweaters came from. Farmers will demonstrat the old-fashioned way of shearing sheep; there will be weaving and spinning demonstrations — and kids will get a chance to play with both wool and lambs.

After they're done petting the lambs, the youngsters and the not-so-youngsters can try their hand at making wool hacky sacks, wool bracelets, wool soap and solar-dyed wool. In addition, there will be pony and wagon rides and storytelling. —

Lamb & Wool Festival

When: Saturday, May 19, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: Thanksgiving Point Farm Country, 3003 Thanksgiving Point Way in Lehi

Admission: $5 general admission; free for children 2 and under and Thanksgiving Point members

 

 


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