Please download form and fill in contact information and fleece breed and selling price.
We will accept fleeces from sheep, llama, alpaca, mohair goat, angora rabbit. All fleeces must be skirted and accurate description of breed listed on their form.
One form per fleece is required.
Fleeces must be in a clean, clear plastic bag.
Fleeces will be accepted on Friday from 10am to 5pm.
Fleeces must be dropped off at the Marketplace Barn (Cattle Barn) at the Woodstock Fairgrounds.
Closed Judging will take place from 5pm to 8pm.
Fleeces will be for sale at the open of the festival on Saturday morning from 9am to 5pm.
All unsold fleeces must be picked up after 5pm. Cheques will be mailed to producer's the following week for all sales of fleeces.
Please contact Jane Elliott at 519-437-1644 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have set up a 'WOOLSTOCK' Scholarship fund! On behalf of this Charity, we will be distributing donated funds from the fleece show and sale, a $500 donation from the gate admissions plus all other donations received.
This scholarship is open to anyone over the age of 18, who is persuing education in the fibre arts sector. You may be interested in a textile course, or attending a session at the Haliburton School of Arts, The Fibre Week in Alberta or an Ontario Handspining Homestudy course.
We will be accepting requests for funding from January 1, 2020 to March 31, 2020. At this time the board of directors of the charity will meet to review all the applicants. A total of 95 percent of the donations will be distributed of the donation collected from 2019.
The Woolstock Scholarship is being operated through the Elliott House Charity. This is a registered Charity with CRA. If you wish to make a donation, a charity receipt will be issued to you.
We feel that the fibre arts and textile industry needs to be promoted and encouraged to all ages wanting to study this form of art, eco-fashion and sustainable resources.
Your support and contributions will enable us to educate applicants wishing to expand their knowledge in the fibre art/textile industry.