Here is a small sampling of just SOME of the vendors that will be at the Festival!
Ice Cream, Roan's Apple Dumplings, Dip, Dessert, bread and cheesecake mixes; cross stitch items, candles, melts, warmers, primitives, several vendors with handmade jewelry, homemade soap, lip balm, honey, handsewn decor, a large variety of salsas, antiques, Wildtree, Origami Owl, tote & duffle bags, Miche, German Roasted Nuts, Upcycled/reclaimed/recycled home decor, Silpada Sterling Silver Jewelry, Avon, homemade ice cream, hand-crafted wood items, floral arrangements, Tastefully Simple, Infinity scarves, hand-sewn items, homemade skincare products, natural herbal products, crocheted items, reversible aprons, hand-crafted benches and primitive furniture, sterling silver jewelry, handspun yarn, cards, knitted items, wool socks & blankets, watch-face jewelry, jellies, outhouses, hand-crafted soaps, lotions and beauty products, weight-loss products, hair ties and bows, bookmarks, handmade soy candles and tarts, dried herbs, puppets and SO MUCH MORE!!!
Will we see you next weekend (October 12 and 13!)???
Monday, September 23, 2013
Come join us for
The Ol' Country Barn's 27th Annual
Sunday, October 13, 2013 10a-5p
Rain or shine!
Please come out and enjoy this fun family event!! There are hayrides, door prize drawings, music, food, and a pumpkin patch! And we are very excited to announce that this year we will be having the spinner that we had last year who will also be cooking over an open fire this year! In addition, we are also having a reenactment camp from the Fur Trade era (late 1700s-Civil War). There will be a full camp set-up with tomahawk throwing, cooking, and much more.
And, the 4th Annual Chinese Auction at the Festival this year is for Murphy Leake. Murphy is a one year old handsome little boy who was diagnosed with pulmonary vein stenosis (a very rare and often lethal congenital heart defect), pulmonary hypertension, chronic lung disease, ASD (minor congenital heart defect), bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, GERD with aspiration, and failure to thrive. As you can see this is one very sick little boy who has been in the hospital for most of his young life. He is currently recuperating at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, from a lung transplant that has had many complications.
Murphy is an exceptionally happy baby whose smile will melt your heart. He loves to be around people. People whistling and sticking out their tongues is one sure way to see his beautiful smile. He also loves his monkey and prunes! We are asking all family, friends, and businesses for donations to make this year’s Chinese Auction a success. Every dollar raised goes directly to Murphy, to help with every day expenses. Donations may be made in honor of someone, in memory of someone, or if you wish, you may remain anonymous. There will be a sign at the auction stand thanking those who donate.Please join us in making this year’s auction bigger and better than our previous year! (Here is the link to the Auction Event on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/
We want to hear from you! If you've been to the Festival in any of the past 26 years, please share your favorite memory from the Pumpkin Festival in a comment here or email us at email@example.com
We'd love to have you find us on Facebook and join our Facebook Event for the Festival for all the latest news and updates! https://www.facebook.com/events/540330742700206/
Friday, June 28, 2013
Friday, June 14, 2013
I know many of you have been inquiring about the dates for the Pumpkin Festival.
The 27th Annual Pumpkin Festival will be held
October 12 & 13, 2013
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Save the dates and we hope to see you there.
More information will follow as the dates get closer.
Come out and see us tomorrow at the Annual Strawberry Festival and Arts and Crafts Show being held at the Sugarloaf School House near Grassmere (Just off of Route 118 and over the hill from the shop). The Strawberry Festival will be held tomorrow, Saturday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. At 10 a.m. there will be a 5K fun walk-run with the proceeds going to Columbia-Montour Hospice. ... There will be everything strawberry, including a baking contest at 11 a.m. At noon there will be a demonstration of Stone Soup. Come and see how Stone Soup is made and help make and taste some. At 4 p.m. there will be a Silent Auction with donations from area merchants. There will be arts and crafts vendors. There will also be crafts, face painting, and a petting zoo for the kids. Food will be available on the grounds and inside the Schoolhouse, including strawberry milkshakes, shortcakes, ice cream, and sundaes. Come out and enjoy the day!
Thursday, March 28, 2013
As the snow is finally melting and the birds are starting to chirp, we know it's SPRING and with that comes the opening of the Barn for the year!
We will be reopening for the seasons on SATURDAY, APRIL 6 & SUNDAY, APRIL 7!
A change for this year: Our hours will now be
For our loyal customers and blog followers, if you print out this blog post or pull it up on a smartphone and show it to us on Opening Weekend, you'll receive 10% off one item (some exceptions apply)!
We look forward to seeing our friends this year at the Barn!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any ideas, suggestions, or anything that you'd like to see in the barn this year!