Earth Day Celebration!
April 20 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Our Annual and Favorite event each year, Celebrating our EARTH and all living creatures on it! Our Earthy type Vendor line up will be announced later in the spring, we always have great ones! Bees, honey, gardeners, soap making, jellies, crafts, and food available from our neighbors 2 Chefs! Free event too!
New this year: ‘Make & Takes’ wine bottle bird feeders! Also new is our wine making facility (basememt) will be open and available for tours to ask questions from Kevin about how we try to be very natural and almost organic.
Vendor line up so far:
Lynn Marie Creations – hand carved gourds in so many wonderful and beautiful shapes. Framed photographs of wildlife taken at Perry Lake. Lynn loves to show how she does her art too! She sells out quickly!
Carolyn’s Natural Soaps – Julie, owner of Carolyn’s will be on site making her delicious soap for all to watch the process! Her whole line will be available for sale too; liquid and bar soaps, lotions, dirty water and just in time for this event, the new bar soap made from our wine with proceeds going to Jefferson County Humane Society!
Norwex – Come and let Jan teach you how to clean your whole house and beyond with just water and the amazing line of Norwex products!
The Tasteful Olive from Topeka – Liz will be on site selling her wonderful oils, vinegars, bitters and the new Balsamic Vinegar! Anything you need her to bring with her, just give her a call at the store and she will bring it out for pickup!
Josh Coffin will be behind the bar selling his tempting line of smoked cheeses. He is our regular during fall vendor nights and quite often sells out, it is delish!!!
Pam Honken, owner of PH Dezign and Rusty Knot Farm will be a huge hit this year not only with her beautiful glass jewelry and items made from recycled glass but will also have a moma and baby Mini Nubians for all to see and ooogle over! Hoping for some milk to share too.
Danielle Brunin, Master Gardener with Douglas County was quite the busy table last year talking about and sharing info on native plants to attract butterflies. Not only will she be back but hopes to have a few native plants to sell as well as working her new spinning wool with natural yarn! Can’t wait to watch this!
Nick Reichart, Holton resident, has become our latest ‘earthy’ find and thrilled to have him with his beautiful wood turning items for sale. He will also be demonstrating and talking about the many kinds of woods he uses.
Bill Hilbert – Bee Keeper Extraordinaire will be returning for the 3rd year with a fresh supply of honey plus lots of info about bee keeping and flower planting for them! One of our favs!
June Hilbert – author of “From Highheels to Gumboots” and the creator of the very unique ‘Glass Totums’ will be back again too! The glass artwork is very unique and each one is different. We display them in our front yard and go fast!
Music, wine and cheese. Shopping, painting classes, summertime events and special dinners.
Our goal is to keep it quaint and special, all the time.