I'm really glad we haven't had crias due recently, as there have been so many other things going on lately! We do have 5 girls in the "due barn" now, so hopefully I'll have new babies to report soon. The Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival took up most of my time recently, and you can read more about it here.
Now I'm getting ready for Art in the Park in Versailles on Saturday, May 22nd from 9-5 at Big Spring Park!Check out the new class schedule here at Seldom Scene! There will be a Hat Class on Thursday, June 10th, another Hat Class on Saturday, June the 12th, and a Basic Felting Class on Sunday, June 13th. You can click on each class on the calendar above for details. As long as the weather is comfortable, we'll have the classes at our new barn in the midst of alpaca crias, which should be a lot of fun!
My friend Dianne has scheduled a great Photography Workshop at her beautiful Tanglewood Farm in southern Woodford County, with part of the program taking place here in conjunction with a llama trek. I'm so excited about this weekend workshop in July, and hope you'll consider signing up, too! Everything you need to know is here.