The Woodstock Agricultural Society and the Woodstock Fleece Festival support the Woodstock Fairgrounds Cannabis and Alcohol Policy. The police is as follows: There will be zero consumption of Cannabis and/or Alcohol on any property owned and operated by the Woodstock Agricultural Society; there will be zero tolerance for violation of this policy. The policy will ensure that clear, responsible guidelines are in place to assist in the prevention of alcohol and cannabis related problems thereby allowing for the enjoyment of those who use the facilities.
Code of Conduct: The Woodstock Fleece Festival is committed to the inclusion and recognition of all people regardless of race, age, culture, ability, ethnicity or nationality, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, and socioeconomic status. We are committed to making the Woodstock Fleece Festival as safe and welcoming space and we will not tolerate any behaviour that contradicts this commitment from vendors, sponsors, instructors, volunteers or attendees.
We all love our pets, but . . . . our show isn't the place for them. Sheep, Alpaca and Llama's are skittish, so please leave them at home.
The Woodstock Fleece Festival takes video images and photographs of the festival held at 875 Nellis Street in Woodstock, Ontario Canada. These images in whole or in part may be used by the Woodstock Fleece Festival on their website, facebook, instagram and print advertising. By attending this event you consent to the use of images, photos to be used in part or in whole for advertising and promotional purposes by the Woodstock Fleece Festival.