Saturday, May 18, 2024

Times: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $12 Non-Member Adult and $5 Non-Member Youth (4-17); $10 Member Adult and Free for Member Youth (4-17); Free for Children 3 and under

Coggeshall Farm Museum in Bristol, RI

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Sheep & Wool Festival 2024

Coggeshall Farm will be a host to all things wool-related as we bring back an old favorite with a new name. Learn about and see demonstrations of sheep shearing, wool processing, dyeing, weaving, and spinning. Shop with vendors and artisans from RI and New England. Listen to live music by Atwater-Donnelly and Lewis Pacheco. Visit with the farm’s sheep and see visiting animals that provide us with the fiber for our craft. Rain or Shine!

Pre-registration is HIGHLY recommended and tickets may sell out!

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Sheep & Wool Showcase

Have you knit a fabulous shawl? Photographed a charming flock of sheep? We’d love to show off your creation. You’re invited to participate in our first Sheep & Wool Showcase. We are seeking artwork, crafts, and other hand-made items inspired by the animals and fiber we will celebrate at the Coggeshall Farm Sheep & Wool Festival. Pieces will be on display at the Festival under an open-sided tent. Festival attendees will have the opportunity to vote on their favorite piece, and the winner will receive a family membership to Coggeshall Farm Museum and a sheep-themed goodie. Learn more.

“Repro 1830s Stocking”
Knitted wool
Ann Gibson
Part of the 2023 Friends of the Village Art Exhibit

2024 Vendors

This list is being updated regularly! Check back for the latest list of confirmed vendors! Click here to learn about becoming a vendor.

PLUS: The Cluck Truck, Cultrō, and Newport Creamery Food Trucks will be here, too!

2024 Demonstrations and Music

This list is being updated regularly! Check back at a later date for specific times and a schedule of events.

ALSO FEATURING: Live music by Atwater-Donnelly and Lewis Pacheco

Coggeshall Farm Museum needs your support to help make the Sheep & Wool Festival happen! Partner with us and be a part of this exciting community event. Sponsors will receive passes to Coggeshall Farm Museum and Old Sturbridge Village, recognition on Coggeshall Farm Museum’s social media, website, eNews campaigns, and other marketing material, and more. See a full list of benefits here and download the sponsor form here.

Contact psmith@osv.org for more information and to become a sponsor. 

Sponsorship Levels:

Fiber Arts Sponsor: $5,000

Harvester Sponsor: $3,500

Cultivator Sponsort: $2,000

Seed Sower Sponsor: $1,000

Gardener Sponsor: $500

2024 Sponsors:

Harvest Level:

Gardener Level:

Charles E. Millard Inc