Friday September 28 from 10 to 5pm
Saturday September 29 from 8 to 5pm
50 Country and primitive vendors, antiques and custom made furniture.
Refinished and restored antique furniture, reproduction harvest tables,sofa tables, end and coffee tables from 1850 recycled barns. Beautiful framed photos of local barns and nature, pottery in the garden shed, botanical decor, mittens, hats, scarves, Mohair bears, Frosty hats, folk art, quilts,hand made father Christmas, Christmas, Fall and Halloween items, country candles, a variety of unusual pumpkins, gourds and wreaths, quilted table runners, wall hangings, jewelry, hand made soaps, painted gourds, rag rugs, birdhouses, outdoor benches, handcrafted baskets, metal art, stepping stones, cement leaves, primitives, wreaths & Fall florals, Halloween gourd witches, country lamps, hand turned pens, willow twig furniture, fall mums, pop up toys for the kids, Christmas trees in vintage containers, wooden spoons, stained glass, a chainsaw carver, bandsaw box's wih secret compartments. In the "guy tent" hand carved Christmas ornaments and Santas, hand made duck, goose, and turkey calls, carved bark houses, the blacksmith, cooper, handmade fishing lures, turned items on a foot operated wood lathe, hand blown glass, demonstration on making Windsor chairs, and Bev Mansfield will be there with Indian lore.
Foods-Homemade fudge, homemade jams, jellies and pies, dried and fresh fruits, Norwegian foods, Kettle Korn, bakery items, taffy apples, and Corleones food tent.
Come to the country and enjoy the day seeing what our crafters and artisans have to offer this year and watch them demonstrating their craft, or sit down and relax with some great food. And special this year, on Saturday afternoon, Running Fox BluegrassBand will be preforming from 1-3.