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 2015 festival will be held October 3rd and 4th.
2015 Craft Vendors
Debra Moore – guitar pick jewelry, beaded jewelry, and painted glass
Gloria Yeager – Glories – Doggie bandanas, magnets, hot pads, seasonal & sport mascot items
Debbie Kosinski – The Debra Collection – decorative pillows, keepsake boxes, wall hangings
Kathy Brownfield & Kim Willis – Kim & Kathy’s Creations – crochet & knot scarves, hats, gloves
Sandy Immel – potato baking bags, baby afghans, aprons, American Girl doll clothes
Donald Hinkle – wood crafts, Native American flutes, wood bowls, clocks
Rita Rossiaky – Lydia’s Tutus – tutus and matching headbands or hats for matching onesies. Sizes from newborn to 24 months.
Michelle Brazzeal & Kenny Campbell - A Vintage Bee
Kathy Herr – Kathy’s Creations – Hand beaded Christmas ornaments, jewelry, and candle holders.
Mary Joe Whited - Reflections by MJ – Hand beaded suncatchers with crystals and keyfinders purse hooks
Stephanie McConnell – knit hats and scarves in all sizes, beaded jewelry
Kathy Stemnock and JoEllen Coster - Hyper Tufa’s planters, garden art, fall wreaths, flannel quilts
Doug Page – Doug’s Sew Busy – men’s aprons, table runners, candle holders, glass Christmas jars
Sandy Bard – seasonal wreaths and Ohio State products
Phyllis Knepper – circle art work
Madeline Winters - A Little Bit of Me – handmade jewelry, wire wrapping necklaces, rings, earrings. Some with beads, pearls, shells, etc.
Barb Elliott – Children’s jewelry – earrings, bracelets, necklaces, paracord bracelets
Jennifer Matviyak – Primal Pottery – handmade pottery, food safe
Sweet Tempations – pre-packaged baked goods – breads, buckeyes, cake pops, and more