Come join us at the Brownfield Community Center for

Three Days of Fiber Workshops!  (Printable Poster)

An in house lunch to benefit Soldiers Memorial Library of Hiram will be available

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 The “West Coast of Maine” is home to fiber artists of every description. Nestled among the small towns, back roads and tall pines we draw inspiration from the mountain air and lakes and streams this area has in abundance. We’d like to share with you this scenic beauty and our love of fiber arts. 

Toward this end we invite you to join us in June for a weekend of fiber workshops before the bustle of summer activities takes you in other directions. Come enjoy the beauty of the Lakes Region while you learn new techniques and make new friendships. Workshops are varied and class size is small enabling you to immerse yourself in fiber pursuits each day under the guidance of knowledgeable instructors. There will be an exhibit of instructors’ work and ample opportunity to see what other students are doing during breaks.

We hope you will come for the whole weekend.  Take one workshop each day or come for one workshop and some rest and relaxation in a lovely setting. Bring your fiber friends. We have included some recommendations for lodging and meals. Snacks and beverages will be provided - lunches are “brown bag” from home or local providers. 

The Brownfield Community Center is a former elementary school. It now provides a place for children's activities like sports and summer camp and is the scene of many local programs. Just down the road from our former location it is easy to find, is all on one floor and has more parking. Brownfield, another of our small towns, also has  roads that lead you to wide open vistas of Pleasant Mountain, Chocorua and the White Mountains and beyond. Brownfield is an hour west of Portland and only one half hour from North Conway in New Hampshire.

Organizers:  Sue Connolly, Carol Dennison & Linda Whiting