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Olde Thyme Herb Festival & Harvest Celebration 2014
October 10th (10-5)
October 11th (10-6) 
October 12th (10-5) 
 
  

THE WHEATRIDGE OLDE TYME HERB FESTIVAL AND HARVEST CELEBRATION IS ON THE GRINDSTONE FARM LOCATED AT 817 TATERRIDGE ROAD BETWEEN WHEATRIDGE ROAD AND S.R. 32.

THE GRINDSTONE FARM IS LOCATED IN THE HEART OF ADAMS COUNTY'S AMISH COMMUNITY.

HOST OF THE FESTIVAL HERB AND KIM ERWIN ALONG WITH THEIR SON BRAD (FORMER DAIRY FARMERS) HAVE A WORKING FARM COMPLETE WITH BEEF CATTLE, PEACOCKS, HAY FIELDS AND PUMPKIN PACTHES.

ADDITIONALLY THERE ARE 2 LARGE BARNS THAT CONTAIN ECCENTRIC AND UNUSUAL ANTIQUES. THERE IS APPROXIMATELY 18,000 SQ. FT. INSIDE AND OUTSIDE CONTAINING THIS  COLLECTION.

COME AND ENJOY A FAMILY-ORIENTED FESTIVAL, WHERE 200 ARTISANS HAND CREATE UNUSUAL, QUALITY, TASTEFUL ITEMS THAT ARE SURE TO DELIGHT YOUR BUYING.

THERE WILL BE AN ARRAY OF HERBAL SPECIALIST:  HERB AND LAVENDER GROWERS, HERBAL AND MEDICINAL TEAS, SOAPS AND LOTIONS, HERBAL RUBS, BLENDS AND BUTTERS. PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING FROM SOUP TO NUTS.

A NUMBER OF OTHER ARTISANS WILL OFFER: UNIQUE METAL YARD ART, WOOD CRAFTERS WILL HAVE HAND MADE BOWLS, TOYS, BOXES, BIRDHOUSES, RACKS AND WALKING STICKS. THERE WILL ALSO BE POTTERY MAKERS, JEWELERS, SEWN ITEMS FROM QUILTERS, WEAVERS AND KNITTERS.

ADDITIONALLY THERE WILL BE BASKET, CANDLE-MAKERS, COPPER SPRINKLERS, HERBAL WREATHS, GOURD SCULPTURES, JAMS AND JELLIES, TIMBER FRAMING AND SPILT RAILS, PHOTOGRAPHY, RECYCLED GLASS ART, ENGRAVED ROCKS, MINI BARNS AND BUTTERFLY ARTWORKS.

THE FESTIVAL OFFERS A VARIETY OF UNIQUE, HOMEMADE, AMISH AND BETTER THAN AVERAGE VARIETY OF LOCAL FOOD SPECILTIES.

PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR ANY CHANGES OR UPDATES.

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  Simply click on the rental agreement link below, print the form and follow the directions on the form to reserve your space.

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