The Endless Mountains Fiber Festival began in September of 2003 in conjunction with the Penn State Extension. It is the largest and longest running fiber festival in Pennsylvania. The Festival is held on the Harford Fairgrounds, located in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Endless Mountains.
Our Festival was featured in the July/August 2021 issue of Pennsylvania Magazine. The article was written by a first-time visitor who was inspired to share her experience. Read the article here.
The festival has continued to grow each year and we look forward to celebrating our 19th year in 2022. The Endless Mountains Fiber Festival is a celebration of fiber animals, products and related goods where fellow fiber enthusiasts can gather and share their passion for fibers. Vendors from throughout the Northeastern United States participate each year at the festival and offer a diverse selection of goods and services. No matter your fiber-interests, you’re sure to find something wonderfully delightful at the Endless Mountains Fiber Festival: raw and processed fibers, finished garments, handcrafted arts and crafts, fiber-crafting supplies and so much more!
In addition to a community of seasoned and budding vendors, the festival offers a variety of demonstrations, exhibitors, animals, contests, classes, fleece sale, raffle and great food. The Festival Committee is made up entirely of volunteers committed to promoting the awareness, appreciation and general education of fibers and related goods, services and processes.
Pennsylvania Endless Mountains Fiber Festival Board Members
Ellen Anderson, President
Vicky Boehmer, Vice President
Sally King, Secretary and Treasurer
Tina Baker Janet Landvater
Linda Dexter Judy Leece
Dave Keefer David Loomis
Jill Kutz Lura Trossello
Festival Committee Chairpersons
Vendors: Tina Baker Food Vendors: David Loomis Breed Display: Ellen Anderson Classes: Vicky Boehmer Demonstrations: Linda Dexter Fleece Show and Sale: Judy Leece Handmade Item Contest: Dave Keefer Raffle: Sally King Fairgrounds Liaison: Jill Kutz