2019 Harvest Moon "Fall in Clark County" Loyal
301 N. Main St., P.O. Box 236
Clark County's true colors are found in the most breathtaking vistas of fall. Enjoy our 2019 Harvest Moon "Fall in Clark County" beginning September 1-Oct 31, 2019. Experience corn mazes, pumpkin patches, community festivals, stunning fall colors and everything else that makes Clark County the "hub of the harvest" in Wisconsin including over 80,000 beautiful, bushel sized mums with all the colors of fall pallet. For a brochure with map or more information, contact the Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau's office at 715-255-9100 or email@example.com. Detailed information about each participant and their location along with the map will also be available at www.clarkcountywi.org
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Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival Jefferson, WI 53549
Jefferson Fair Park- 503 N. Jackson Avenue
Festival September 6-8, 2019-Fiber arts classes 5-8, 2019
Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival: Beyond Yarn
Spend the weekend at the Midwest’s premier sheep and wool festival and celebrate the diversity of sheep, the fiber they produce and the renewable products that they provide.
Three days filled with entertainment, shopping and education at one of Wisconsin’s finest fairgrounds, midway between Milwaukee and Madison, just south of I-94.
Come to Jefferson prepared to shop! The Country Store will feature over 130 exhibitors from across the country, offering everything from baskets to drop spindles; yarn to jewelry; rug looms to roving.
Come for the education! Over seventy fiber arts classes for all experience levels taught by nationally recognized instructors. Watch shearing demonstrations, see the newborn lambs, and check out the Hall of Breeds.
Come for the sheep. Over six hundred sheep representing over 40 breeds. Sheep shows both Saturday and Sunday.
Come for the entertainment. Watch Border collies in action during three days of stock dog trials. See history come alive with Ma & Pa, cheer on your favorite knitters in the Walk & Knit competition, and while you’re at it, enjoy a lamb barbeque dinner on Saturday night.
Gates open at 7:00 a.m. each day. Admission is $8 per person, $15 for a weekend pass. Kids eight and under free. Parking free. Information on all activities and hours at www.wisconsinsheepandwoolfestival.com .