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9/21/15 - NEW this year! We have a fantastic new event called "Shepherds Talk Fiber" - a scheduled list of talks about breeds focusing on their fiber. Our presenters have been asked to provide a 5 min intro of their breed, highlighting its fiber & Breed Association information. What is the breed standard for the showcased breed, color, micron, special characteristics, historical and/or current uses?
Any special care and handling of the sheep to produce great fiber (Breeding choices, nutrition, stress, coating, controlling vegetable matter, effects of lambing or age)
15 Minute Presentation or Demo
This can be spinning and talking about various ways to spin the breed for different results, OR
Recommendations on how to have it commercially prepared (what spin or ply or weight of yarn best highlight your breed’s characteristics etc.)
Talk and/or demonstrate felting, or weaving or any other ‘best use’ for the breed’s fiber and what makes it special,
You might see them could skirt a fleece, or do just about anything they want to get you excited about their breed’s fiber (why they love it?)
5 Min Question and answer.
Show up on time to learn about breeds that would work for your new flock (hint hint), or types of fiber you may never have worked with before. Enjoy! Add the talks to your Sched so you get reminders and can plan your festival experience.

Our 2015 Schedule is evolving. Please check back to see additions and create a Sched account to start your own custom festival schedule and plan your time wisely. Share events with friends and family via Facebook and Twitter to rally them to plan the day together. Accommodations around the Hudson Valley are booking up, so if you haven’t done it, get on that ASAP. This is just the schedule - see our official website www.sheepandwool.com to volunteer and see more pics.
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Saturday, October 17 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Sheep's Milk Ricotta Quiche - Annie Scibienski, Blue Ribbon Hearth, Rhinebeck, NY LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

Annie will demonstrate how to quickly prepare a quiche with seasonable vegetables donated by Hearty Roots Farm and CSA www.heartyroots.com, local farm fresh eggs and sheep's milk ricotta from Old Chatham Sheepherding Company all Hudson Valley farms. King Arthur Flour will also sponsor Annie's demo, so stop by for a recipe booklet and a chance to win a copy of their Baker's Companion cookbook. 

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Annie Scibienski

Goodness from a Blue Ribbon Baker! Annie Scibienski is the owner/baker of Blue Ribbon Hearth a micro-bakery business operating as permitted by NY State Ags & Markets. A past Dutchess County Fair winner for "Best in Bread", Annie makes and sells breads, cakes, cookies, muffins and granola. Annie is a charter member of The Hudson Valley Baking Society and teaches baking to 4-H kids and through local adult education programs... Read More →

Saturday October 17, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Bldg E 41.936065, -73.907703

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