Farms & Fiber Arts: New Gloucester, Sumner and Paris Hill
Start your day on the farm. Take a self-guided tour of the creamery, or sign up for a traditional butter-making workshop.
Take time to visit the market and café at Pineland Farms.
A National Historic Landmark. Demonstrations and workshops on basketmaking, weaving, knitting and floorcloths. Be sure to check out the Shaker herbs and teas available for sale in the museum store.
Fiber-dying workshops, hand-dyed yarns, and maple syrup!
Head to Paris Hill for an evening of fun at the Celebration Barn Theater.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. Make this home base for exploring.
Crochet, tapestry weaving, dying and more.
Felted paintings, tatting, primitive rug hooking, historic gardening, stone wall building.
Fiber art studio in the National Historic District of Paris Hill.
One-stop shopping for an amazing selection of yarn and wine!
First organic dairy farm in Maine. Today, the farm has a gourmet food shop, café, bakery, fromagerie, and yarn and fiber studio.
House tours, workshops and events.