I went, and it was really fun! Lots of beautiful handspun yarns (which I, sadly, forced myself to resist, because I have several sweaters in progress right now), and especially lots of wool in every stage for spinners (which I don't do, so I was in no danger there), as well as fun accessories and books (didn't have enough money to warrant spending it all on buttons and other things, but I bought a couple of gadgets) -- and the animals -- the animals alone made it worth going. Two huge barns full of sheep, goats, and rabbits, with demonstrations and educational displays about the breeds and their fibers. The owners of the animals were so friendly and happy to talk about their animals, the vendors and other participants were nice, and there was an all around wonderful atmosphere there. A day surrounded by clouds of beautiful fibers from rough to refined, in the most beautiful array of colors, many of them natural. And the entire event was free! I would highly recommend going next year, if you get the chance and are in the mood for a fiberfest.