After you've shopped your heart out and had plenty of time to visit the fiber animals....there's still more to do at MFF!  

Food Vendors:

Almond King

Allegan Band Boosters

Big Moe's BBQ

Gretchen's Kitchen

What's Poppin' Kettle Corn

Taste Buds



Music while you shop -- Buskers at MFF:

In an effort to make Festival a bit more festive- we will have buskers performing Friday through Sunday around Building 8B.  Buskers are "street musicians" who perform in the hope of donations being placed in their case or can in appreciation of their efforts.  We hope you will enjoy the entertainment as you shop! 

Friday  11am-1pm: Bellamy, Ukulele & Vocals

Friday  1pm-3pm: Round Rock Ric Zimmerman, guitar originals & rock covers  

Saturday 11am-1pm:  Jocelyn Ralston, Ukulele & Vocals

Saturday 1-3pm  Jim Powers, Ukulele & Vocals

Sunday 11am-1pm:  Nathan Workman, Guitar & Vocals ; rock covers from the 70's-90's 

Sunday 1-3pm:  Dave Kohlars (of DK's Wood Shop), Guitar & Vocals; blues, ragtime, jug-band, bluegrass!


Historical Village:

The Historical Village on the fairgrounds will be open for your enjoyment Friday and Saturday. Check out the buildings, talk to the volunteers about the site or enjoy your lunch in the common area.

Sheep Shearing Demonstration:

The sheep shearing demonstration is located between the sheep and pygora goat areas.

Saturday:  10:00 am, Noon & 2:00 pm

Sunday:  11:00 am, Noon & 2:00 pm


Fiber Arts Demonstrations:

A variety of fiber artists demonstrate their skills from 10:00 am to Close, Friday-Sunday in the Expo Center.

If YOU would like to demonstrate, please email!


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