If you are interested in taking a workshop, you may fill out the Workshop Sign-Up form below. This form does not take payment, but allows you to select all the workshops you’d like to take. We’ll then route the info to the workshop organizers and they will contact you for payment.
Whether you are from the area, a first time visitor or a regular patron of the fiber arts, the Cedarburg Spur Fiber Arts Trail offers inspirational exhibits, fun events, learning opportunities and a place that feels like home. North of Milwaukee about twenty miles, Cedarburg, Grafton and Thiensville boomed during the late 1800’s when flour and woolen mills were built along the banks of Cedar Creek and the Milwaukee River. Today, the mills and many historic buildings are renovated and include restaurants, artist studios, galleries, boutiques, a yarn shop, a winery and more.
If you enjoy staying at a Bed & Breakfast, look up Washington House Inn and Stagecoach Inn. Both are in downtown Cedarburg on Washington Ave. Want a hearty breakfast? Head over to PJ Piper Pancake House on Washington Ave. Looking for fast food that’s both healthy and yummy? Try Out & Out Eatery and Catering. If you have a little longer to linger, get a table at The Stilt House or Anvil Pub & Grill. Both are very good.
The Ozaukee Interurban Trail is a 30-mile stretch of paved bike path that runs the length of Ozaukee County and you guessed it — right through all three villages. Here are a few more suggestions:
The Cedarburg Chamber is a great resource for activities and travel ideas! Please remember to contact Trail members prior to your visit!