This popular Folklife Fair provides demonstrations of sheep shearing, displays of sheep wagons, Kids’ Fluff craft activities, spinning and weaving demonstrations by regional and local artisans, music and dancing by traditional performers, great food and beverages, and over 80 vendors selling their unique crafts and arts.
Admission to the Fair is free and promises fun for all ages.
Our juried arts and crafts show requires vendors to offer handmade items made of wool, wool blends or items related to sheep such as soaps and lotions from lanolin, sheep cheeses or items that augment cooking with lamb. Great photography of sheep and ranch life, jewelry with sheep designs, knitting bowl pottery, items of the Basque and other cultures and more are offered at our day-long fair.
Sheep Shearing Demonstrations by Sherrie Wilde, Tyler Wilde, Paula and John Balderson are every half hour from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Food by the 4-H Leaders Council features a large menu including breakfast burritos, hotdogs, chili, cookies, coffee, soft drinks and water. For those who are looking for great comfort food, they are the place to go to. 4-H has partnered for years with the Festival splitting the proceeds to benefit both groups.
Love lamb? We are now offering a full lunch during the Fair! Choose scrumptious lamb dishes created by top chefs and local restaurants.
Go to our Culinary section for more details!
Quench your thirst with wine and beer provided by Warfield’s.
Pepsi’s soft drinks and water from Albertson’s are available.
Special activity this year! Idaho Rangeland is bringing their new interactive display. See before for more details!
Music in the stage area begins at 10:30 a.m. and continues all day.
Each group takes the stage twice in rotation so stay a few hours and you’ll hear them all!