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 2015 festival will be held October 3rd and 4th.

2015 Craft Vendors

Debra Moore – guitar pick jewelry, beaded jewelry, and painted glass

Lea Jordan - Inspired By Me – wreaths, jewelry, magnets, ornaments, vases, mason jar decor.http://lajinspired.weebly.com/

Gloria Yeager – Glories – Doggie bandanas, magnets, hot pads, seasonal & sport mascot items

Debbie KosinskiThe Debra Collection – decorative pillows, keepsake boxes, wall hangings

Kathy Brownfield & Kim WillisKim & 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

Barb CabotThe Crooked Kettle Popcorn Company – kettle corn, original and other flavors. Follow Crooked Kettle on Facebook.

Alexis R. WilliamsJewelry By Design – bracelets, necklaces, earrings. Follow Jewelry By Design on Facebook.

Dawn Creations – scarves, bags, yoga mat bags, headbands, aprons, and more. http://dawn-creations.org/ 

Thea Bilowich - fabric purses, and Jacquie Pozzini – crochet accessories, hats, mittens, headbands, and pins

Rita RossiakyLydia’s Tutus – tutus and matching headbands or hats for matching onesies. Sizes from newborn to 24 months.

 

Please click here if you are a vendor interested in selling your products at the festival.