Harvest Festival


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The annual Stow Historical Society Harvest Festival is held the first weekend in October from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Heritage Reserve Park in Stow’s Silver Springs Park. Craft vendors, entertainment, food (including apple butter), and historic house tours are available.

The 2016 festival will be held October 1st and 2nd, 2016.

If you are a craft vendor interested in participating,  click here for more information and application

2016 Vendors

Heritage Barn

Heritage Barn

Debra Moore – Guitar pick jewelry, and assorted other beaded jewelry – earrings, bracelets, book marks key chains

Gloria Yeager – Glorie’s – Lighted vase and wine bottles, doggie bandannas, bar towels, seasonal items, aprons, beanie babies in a blanket.

Lea Jordan –  Inspired by Me – Wreaths, baby rosary bracelets, wire rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, wood signs, snowmen.

Kim and Kathy’s Creations – Crochet and knit scarves, hats, headbands, dish cloths, blankets, fingerless gloves

Simone Richards – Simone’s Creations: Everything Pocket – Crafts from shirt and pants pockets: Necklaces, wall decor, organizers, purses, bracelets, and more.

Sandy Immel – Potato baking bags, aprons, baby bibs, baby afghans, sweatshirts, American Girl Doll clothes, dish cloths, pot scrubber.

Stephanie McConnell Knit hats and scarves, wraps, shawls, handmade jewelry – glass crystal beaded necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

Donald HinkleWood products, such as toys, bowls, and flutes.

Annette Barzal  Knit scarves, needlepoint pictures, crochet scrunchies, small fairy gardens

Carol Sayers – Carole’s Creations – Apothecary jars, snowmen and Santas made out of glas, Santa Claus signs.

Dann Smith – The Litwick Candle CompanyHandpoured, scented jar candles. www.thelitwick.com

Andrea Carter – Simply Davine Bath and BodyWhipped shea butter, body oils, soy wax melts, salt scrubs, lip balms, lotions.

Phyllis Reuss – Quilted wall hangings, pillows, pot holders, dishcloths, aprons potpourri hot pads.

Dawn Eves – Dawn Eves Photography – Photography on canvas, matted prints, greeting cards. www.dawnevesphotography.com.


The Crooked Kettle Popcorn Company – Kettle corn

Jean Holstein – Holstein Candle Shop – Homemade soy candles and melts. All products use pure soy wax and candles have cotton wicks. 

Handel’s Ice CreamHome made ice cream from Stow’s Handels!

Cub Scout Pack 3177 Popcorn

Ruth Kuntz – Aprons, handmade wooden bangle bracelets, ornaments, sock moneys.

DKay’s Waffles – Pre-packaged French Waffles.

Bob Barrett  – Eco Deco CeramicsCeramic vessels, pots, decorative items, many featuring autumn leaves and Harvest theme. 

Linda Qualls – Silverchest Jewelry – Antique silverware jewelry, hand turned wood pieces.

Jenniver Matviyak – Primal Pottery Handmade, food safe pottery, from novelties to cookware and platters.

Kimberly Miller – Knit monkeys, wood burned & painted boxes and signs.

Jessica Basista Crochet hats and headbands – preemie through adult sizes.

Emily Yeary – Mueller Honey – Honey and honey products.

Alissa Kerr -Cakes and cupcakes from scratch

Margie Brittan – Muffins and cookies.