If you’re a fan of fibre work you’ll want to drop by the Nova Scotia Exhibition grounds Friday or Saturday.
The first Fibre Frolic to be held in the area is being held at the Farm Equipment Museum July 6-7.
There will be demonstrations, both days, of things such as spinning, weaving, knitting, felting, hooking and crocheting. On Saturday there will also be a market, with fibres, supplies, fibre-work tools and hand-made items for sale. Waffles on My Mind will also be there to keep people fed.
Although the focus of the frolic is on wool, there will be fibres from goats, alpacas, and even musk ox.
Visitors can also stop by the Agridome, where the 2018 All Canada Classic sheep show and sale is being held.