Welcome to Little Lost Creek Alpaca Farm!
PLEASE NOTE: While we are available most times for tours and shopping, please call ahead to make sure someone will be here. Try either 484-431-5587 or 484-431-9305.
2014 Fall Events at Little Lost Creek Alpaca Farm
Sept. 27-28, 12-4 p.m. – National Alpaca Farm Days. We hope to have a baby by then. Hepburn is due any day now. There will be a baby naming contest too.
Saturday we will have an obstacle course demonstration at 2 p.m. and another Sunday at 1 p.m.
Face painting by Grace’s Faces will be available from 1-3 on Saturday and 1-4 on Sunday.
Our goats will be shorn Sunday at 2 p.m.
We will also have spinning, weaving, and felting demonstrations both days.
Oct. 17-Nov. 1, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. – Montgomery County Best Kept Secrets Tour. Closed Sundays.
We are once again a part of this fun tour of “off-the-beaten-track” businesses that offer unique shopping opportunities. Grab a friend or two and enjoy discovering exciting new things. For more information, visit the Best Kept Secrets Tour website: www.shopmontcotour.com
Oct. 19 – Farmers Showdown. This has become an annual event at the Longview Center for Agriculture on Stump Hall Rd. in Worcester. Each year local farms and CSA’s compete in events like wheelbarrow racing and weeding for a grand prize. We will be taking two alpacas to this family, fun event.
Nov. 22-23 – Highlands Arts and Crafts Show. This highly prestigious event will be held at the Germantown Academy Field House on Morris Rd. in Fort Washington. We will also take a couple of alpacas on Saturday. More information is available at the following link: http://www.highlandshistorical.org/craft
Dec. 6,7,13,14,20,21 – Little Lost Creek Open Christmas Open Houses.
We will be open Saturdays and Sundays in December from 12-4 (or by appointment) leading up to Christmas. Stop by and purchase a unique gift for someone special.
And finally, don’t forget we offer art lessons. Now is a perfect time to learn a new craft such as dry or wet felting, weaving or dyeing.
The art mediums that will be offered range from very traditional to very contemporary. Some of the mediums and possible curriculum are:
Drawing – Still life, landscape, animals, linear perspective, portraits, self-portraits, mixed media and collage. Various mediums are pencil, charcoal, and pastel.
Painting – color theory, watercolor techniques, acrylic on canvas.
Sculpture – animals, human anatomy, nature, found objects. A variety of materials might include wire, plaster, clay, fiber, and Sculpy.
Fiber Arts – wet and dry felting of a wide variety of projects.
Weaving – Learn basic weaving techniques on a simple inkle loom.
For more details please click on the Art Lesson tab on our main menu.