175 artisans and craftsmen
Folk art, baskets, herbs & flowers, pottery, candles, copper art, stone garden barns, soaps, cards, wreaths, quilting, tole painting, stained glass, blown glass, primitives, Shaker brooms, birdhouses, jewelry, angels, clothing, Santas & snowmen, miniatures, furniture—tables, benches, stools, shelves, woven rugs, slate paintings, photography, painted gourds, potpourri, dolls, toys, teddy bears, fall and Christmas accents, vintage finds, 18th and 19th century-style decorative painting, garden art, wool appliqué and much, much more!
Many new craftsmen including a silhouette artist
Bring your appetite to enjoy
this delicious food
Creamed chicken and biscuits, smoothies, pulled pork, french fries, corn dogs, pitas, corn on the cob, baked potatoes, homemade pies, ice cream, fresh lemonade, kettle popcorn, donuts, fudge and apple fritters.
Harvest and Gourmet Market
Candy shop • Bakery
Enjoy shopping at the
harvest market for fresh produce, plants, cut flowers, honey, maple syrup, jams, dips, cookies, breads, and more
Judi Strauss, author of The Charmed Kitchen will give free mini seminars on using fresh herbs and local produce both days of the festival. She will be in the new pavilion by the lake.
Sat. noon and 2 pm
Sun. 1 and 3 pm
Dave Pethel of
The Silver String
Bev Newbold, guitarist and soloist
10-12 and 4-6 (Sat. ) 10-12 and 4-5 (Sun.)
The Silver String Band
12-4 (Sat. and Sun.)