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Free Los Altos Hills Community Event: Hoedown

Original post made by LosAltosHillsParks on Jul 18, 2013

Los Altos Hills Hoedown
at Westwind Community Barn
Westwind Community Barn, 27210 Altamont Road, is the location for the Los Altos Hills Annual Hoedown. This year's Hoedown will feature live Blue Grass music by Sidesaddle & Co., old-fashioned arts & crafts, Farmers Market, BBQ and free entertainment for the entire family. The Community Farmers Market provides an opportunity for residents to set up a table to sell their garden grown fruits and vegetables. Hand pressed apple cider is available with apples from DeMartini and press from Hidden Villa. The event will also highlight textile demonstrations, quilting, knitting, crocheting, spinning, weaving by Custom Handweavers, soap making, leather tooling by Silicon Valley Leathercraft Guild, puppet making, and family oriented games and prizes. Come view our Equestrian exhibitions in the upper arena, featuring the 4-H mini horses, riding demonstrations from the Pacific Ridge Pony Club. The 4-H, Youth Commission and Pony Club will host a bake sale. Several local wines will be poured. If you would like to participate in our Farmers Market, host a craft table, game, help teach knitting, crocheting or embroidery, pour wine or donate to the event, please contact Sarah Gualtieri 650-947-2518 or sgualtieri@losaltoshills.ca.gov.

Date: 9/7
Day: Saturday
Times:11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Westwind Community Barn, 27210 Altamont Road, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
Fee: Free with food and beverage available for purchase

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