Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Art on the Farm, Dec. 10th and 11th!


In past years, we've had holiday open houses in our farm shop, but we're really excited this year to offer Art on the Farm! We'll have several exciting artists offering their creations, from woodcarvings and paintings to handspun yarn and handmade ornaments, and from luminaries to handmade soaps. On top of all of that, we'll have luscious alpaca products such as the ever-popular socks, scarves, blankets and silky alpaca fur teddy bears.  Next week, I'll be featuring some of the artists and their lovely works on the blog :)

 We're far away from traffic and mall crowds, but you may want to make a day of it by visiting nearby Woodford Reserve Distillery or having lunch at the new Bootlegger's Run Restaurant in Millville.  We are located in the northern part of Woodford County, just 15 minutes from Versailles and Frankfort, and 30 minutes from New Circle Rd. in Lexington.

If you saw our listing in the Lexington Herald-Leader events section, please be aware that the map on there isn't exactly correct- we'll have signs up, and you'll need to come to the END of Watts Ferry Rd (for those that have GPS, it's 3605 Watts Ferry Rd., Frankfort, KY). We'll have heat and refreshments in the barn, and you'll be able to see our newest baby alpacas!!!! Admission is free. If you need additional information, don't hesitate to call Lindy at 859-873-1622.

If you are interested in purchasing alpacas, please let me know ahead of time and I'll send you a current sales list and arrange to show you the alpacas you desire.  Prices start at just $1,200 and up for females!

2 comments:

Terrie said...

Your alpacas are so lovely. They just like toys. Wanna to hug them. After I know how they look like and how the "wool" of them feel like, I love them more. Do hope I'd have the chance to join your workshop.

Terrie from Hong Kong

AllyB said...

Hey! Thanks for visiting my blog. Yes, LittleDog is real and does monopolize a lot of my time. He's a real lover (like velcro). Love the alpacas!