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Celebrate fall at Aspen Ridge Alpacas’ Open Barn Days from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 28-29. Mickey Wright and Evelyn Simons, owners of Aspen Ridge Alpacas, invite the public to bring a picnic and see the alpacas in the Jemez Mountains.
Activities will include guided tours of the ranch. Alpacas are children friendly and inquisitive. Learn about alpaca’s unique fibers and why the alpaca is perfect for the environmentally conscious.
There will be fiber art demonstrations, live music and an alpaca obstacle course. Shoulder and neck massages will be available, with all donations going to the family of Token Adams, a U.S. Forest Service firefighter who recently died in an accident while searching for a fire in the Jemez.
Alpaca fiber products (known for their incredible softness and warmth) will be on display and available for purchase including teddy bears, socks, scarves, gloves, sweaters, jackets, ruanas, headwear and finger puppets. The store also has a large selection of alpaca yarn, roving, and batts (checks or cash only). Visitors will have a chance to win gift certificates with several drawings during the weekend.
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