The Massachusetts Sheep & Woolcraft Fair is pleased to announce it will be returning May 28-29, 2022, after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check back for additional updates.
Welcome! We’re so glad you’re going to visit our fair.
To help you get the most out of your weekend, here is a list of tips.
Our fair has several food vendors for you to choose from, but if you’re hungry before or after your visit, nearby towns have places to get lunch or a snack.
The Creamery, in Cummington
Spruce Corner, in Goshen
Local Burgy, Williamsburg Snack Bar, Brewmasters Tavern, Bread Euphoria, all in Williamsburg.
Numerous establishments in Dalton and Pittsfield.
Numerous establishments in Northampton.
Cummington is a rural area with lots of natural barriers that block cell phone and WiFi use, thus many vendors do not take credit cards. Plan on bringing cash.
The nearest ATM is at the Old Creamery. To get there from the fair, make a right out of the main gate and then take a left onto Route 9 West. The Old Creamery is about a mile down on the left.
It’s a good idea to be wearing appropriate clothing. Check the weather before you come, so you know if it would be a good idea to bring a jacket or an umbrella. To be the most comfortable, dress in layers. Closed-toe shoes are highly recommended in the sheep barns.
The Info Booth is right in front of the Exhibit Hall. If you need to know where the bathrooms are, or what time a workshop starts, this is the place to ask.
For the safety of all animals on display at the event, please leave your dogs and pets at home.
Make sure to “like” our Massachusetts Sheep & Woolcraft Fair Facebook page for updates and fun posts from the fair! Also check us out on Twitter and Instagram!
And last but certainly not least, be prepared to have fun!
Parking $10/day or $15 /2 days
No Pets Please
97 Fairgrounds Road
Cummington, Massachusetts 01026
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