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Knit1 Oxford Fiber Arts Festival in Full Gear

Load up and get moving, Oxford and friends.

Knit1 Oxford and YAC’s Sixth Annual Fiber Arts Festival is locked and loaded and in full gear at the Powerhouse.

Knit1 Oxford and YAC's Fiber Arts Festival is in full gear at the Powerhouse. Photo by Jeff McVay
Knit1 Oxford and YAC’s Fiber Arts Festival is in full gear at the Powerhouse.
Photo by Jeff McVay

The popular festival will continue through tomorrow (Saturday, January 30) and its hands-on focus will appeal to every one of all ages.

Saturday has historically proven to be the day where our citizens show up in droves; but today promises attendees the full focus of the artistic folks from Knit1 and other organizations affiliated with the festival.

For inquires concerning the festival, its scheduling and other details, those interested should call Knit1 Oxford at 662.238.2829 or visit the YAC website… or, just get in your preferred vehicle and make the short trip to the Powerhouse, NOW.

Photo by Jeff McVay
Photo by Jeff McVay

Photo by Jeff McVay
Photo by Jeff McVay

Photo by Jeff McVay
Photo by Jeff McVay


Jeff McVay is a staff writer and graphic designer for Hottytoddy.com. He can be reached at jeff.mcvay@hottytoddy.com.

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