|A - 1 Sharpening
Susan Blue and Lori Hutchenson
Sharpening services for scissors, etc.
|Allen B. Carr - Works in Wood
Wood products for fiber artists.
|Dianna J. Dinka
Hand-dyed cotton fabric
Spinning fibers and yarns for knitting, crocheting, and weaving.
|Four Purls Yarn Shop and Truck
Laura and JD Dobratz
Roving, yarn, needles, notions, weaving accessories.
|Lunatic Fringe Yarns
Yarn, kits, tools, equipment and other fun stuff for weavers.
|M.M. Waite, Weaver and Dyer
www.mmwaiteweaves.com ; email@example.com
Pre-wound, hand-dyed warps, hand-dyed skeins, handmade buttons, hand-dyed, handwoven scarves.
|Pioneer Fiber Mill
PioneerFiberMill.com ; steve@PioneerFiberMill.com
Alpaca, huacaya, suri yarns, core-spun yarns, alpaca rugs.
|Serendipity Farmís Studio
Mary and Gary Scott
Everything a spinner or weaver needs - we have it!
|Sunshine Knit Designs
Rebecca Aldrich Bowen
Hand-dyed wool top plus silk for handspinners and felters.
|Twin Mommy Creations
Hand-dyed yarns/fibers, handspun yarn, spindles, etc.
Join us as we return to our Annual Conference campus on the shores of Lake Yale. Relax under the beautiful oaks as we leave the cares of the world behind for four days of fiber, fun and fellowship. Located near Eustis, Florida, an hour north of Orlando, your hotel room/RV is right here along with a cafeteria where all meals are provided. We offer a full schedule of activities including your choice of a 3-day workshop with an outstanding instructor, a fiber exhibit, fashion show, guild exhibits, commercial vendors and more. Come visit old friends, make new friends and spend four days in a relaxed, old Florida setting.
Accommodations at Lake Yale Baptist Conference Center Lodging are in motel-type rooms with two beds and a bath, TV and phone, in 1 and 2 story buildings. You can request first floor. Handicapped rooms and rooms with king-sized beds are available.
Campsites are available for RV's. Campers and commuters can purchase cafeteria meals (see registration form). Cooking is allowed in RV's but not in any rooms and pets are not allowed. Wireless internet is available in the meeting rooms and Fellowship hall.
Facilities Fee - all attendees to Lake Yale are charged a $10 per day, included in your lodging fee. If you are in an RV, stay off campus, commute from home, or come to visit the exhibits you will be charged this fee separately.
Meals are served cafeteria style: Breakfast 7:30 - 8:30 am, Lunch 12 noon - 1:00 pm, Dinner 5:30 - 6:30 pm. If you have special dietary needs, please contact the host committee. A snack bar with snacks and coffee is open throughout the day and includes a comfortable fellowship area for relaxing with friends.
Lake Yale is an ALCOHOL FREE AND SMOKE FREE CAMPUS.