Located in beautiful City Park, Kingston. 200 Artists and Artisans from across Ontario and Quebec are in Kingston for THREE days starting Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, Canada Day. Walk the shady paths throughout the park. Enjoy outstanding pottery, glass, wood, jewellery, gourmet food, live music, art workshops PLUS live outdoor theatre, poetry and more! Open 10 am to 6pm each day. Free! Look for Lil Dorothy, Purlin' J's yarntruck, near the entrance to City Park at Stuart and Barrie Streets.
You have two opportunities this weekend to shop the yarntruck! Saturday, June 22 the yarntruck is in Lansdowne, Ontario (north of Ganonoque) at the Fourth Annual Lansdowne Textiles Festival. 10am to 4pm, $1 admission. 1 Jessie Street, Lansdowne, ON (Lansdowne Community Hall). Then Sunday, June 23 the yarntruck is in Kingston at the Skeleton Park Arts Fest! This free, family event features music, food trucks, artisan vendors and more! 10am to 5pm, McBurney Park (Skeleton Park), Ordnance Street in Kingston, ON. Onboard you'll find Koigu yarns, Kollage square needles, Lichen and Lace, and more! See you this weekend!
The last few weeks have been busy ones as Lil Dorothy, Purlin' J's yarntruck, gets ready for her seventh season, starting 25 May in Picton at the PEC FibreFest. Those of you who are SEO Yarncrawl passport holders, 25 May is your opportunity to get your Purlin' J's passport stamp! Onboard the yarntruck this year, watch for: Lil Dorothy's fresh new look! Lopi-style yarn from a single farm in British Columbia More pencil boxes from Koigu as well as new patterns! New 100% Canadian wool from Lichen & Lace Shop the yarntruck in 2019 at some of your favourite events (more dates to be confirmed): May 25: Picton FibreFest in Prince Edward County (yarncrawlers: your one and only opportunity to...
Free parking! 550 Days Road in Kingston. The yarntruck is open 10 am to 3pm, Saturday October 20 and Saturday November 17.