There was a great crowd at the Aurora Heritage Days, and the weather was wonderful. There were old tractors on display, a bee-keeping demonstration, and Sheila Elliott was there demonstrating her hand-spinning skills. John Slawter’s Famous Chicken BBQ was a big hit! And hey, did I mention that there were old tractors?
We had a wonderful location for our craft booth and had a great time visiting with all the folks that stopped by. Along with many other items, we had both our naturally-dyed yarns and our hand-dyed yarns on display.
It was our great luck to be in the booth right next to Crimson Shamrock. We really enjoyed visiting with Tacoma and Marcus. (Though I have to admit that Marcus was a bit of a whiner.)
Many thanks to all the wonderful people who worked so hard to make this event a great success!