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Farms & Fiber Arts: Hallowell, Gardiner and Monmouth

The Kennebec Valley
May - October

Morning

Coffee and delicious baked goods at Slates Bakery. Yum! Hallowell

Brahms Mount

Monmouth
Visit the company showroom and schedule a tour of the looms!

Noon

Lunch in Historic Downtown Gardiner. Try the A1 Diner.

Afternoon

Center for Maine Craft

West Gardiner
Maine has a long and rich tradition of fine craft. Check out the Maine Crafts Association’s Center. There are many Maine fiber artists represented here.

Day’s End

Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead

Hallowell
Classic stone bridges, a wild meadow and walking trails.

Unique Stays

Maple Hill Farm Inn

Hallowell
Llamas, sheep, country lodging.

Local Tips

Huttonstudios

Vienna
Beautiful hand-crafted rag rugs.

Friends’ Folly Farm

Monmouth
Yarns, workshops, farm store and Angora goat farm!

Kennebec Valley Farmers’ Markets

Maine farmers’ markets take place all around the state and all year long. Be sure to stop by to find locally grown produce, Maine-produced products, and lots of wonderful hand-dyed wools and finished goods.

The Maine Fiber Frolic

Windsor
Annual sheep and wool festival at the Windsor Fair

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