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Harvestween Saturday 10/26!!! 10am to 2pm

Posted 10/24/2013 1:56pm by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

Do you have a ridiculous wig, funny hat, fake moustache, a real clever costume? Please come parade it about this Saturday at our Harvestween Market: At the White Barn Farm Roadside Stand 10am to 2pm. We will have a box of extra costumes if you don't have your own!

We like to go out in style so here's what we've lined up to embellish our Saturday market:

  • Puddingstone Organics Eggs (raised by Farmer Bill in Middleboro, MA)
  • Fresh Seafood from Jordan Brothers Seafood Truck (10 to 1)
  • Iggy's Bread and Pastries
  • Beautiful, Handcrafted Cutting Boards, etc by WMR Woodworking
  • Bake Sale to benefit the 4Paws Animal Shelter
  • Honey and crafty Bee Products from Franklin Honey (meet the beekeepers!)
  • Locally Roasted Coffee Beans from Sheldonville Roasters
  • Handmade Pottery by local artisan Karl Zeigler of Norfolk
  • Crunchy, Delicious Apples from Cook's Valley Farm on West St. in Wrentham
  • A downhome serenade provided by the Ziegler Family Band from 12 to 1
  • Farm Tours on foot lead by Farmers Chris and Christy at 10:15, 11:15, 12:15 and 1:15. If we're lucky, the Farm Wizard, Christy's dad Eliot, may do some Farm Tours on the Model T!
  • Live Demo of our Bike-Powered Barrel Root Washer donated to WBF by Cousin Thom of the Ice Weasels and masterminded by Lou Yoder. If your feet can reach the pedals, you may be qualified to help Farmer Dylan get all those roots squeaky clean!
  • The Sunday Spinners will make an exception and demo the art of spinning wool into yarn on a Saturday!
  • WBF's Veggie Extravaganza continues with more Broccoli & Cauliflower. Our own Popcorn on the Cob for you to dry and pop all winter! Radicchio, Lettuce, Arugula, Mustard Mix. Sweet Peppers. Green, Red, and Gnome Cabbage. High-Tunnel Tomatoes. Onions. Carrots. Beets. Celery Root. Fennel. Bok Choy, Kale, Swiss Chard, Spinach. and more more more!!!!

Now if that was not enough fun, later Saturday 10/26, the Wrentham Sohoanno Garden Club is premiering their Pumpkin Party on the Wrentham Town Common from 4 to 7. From 4 to 5:30, bring your carved pumpkin with a glowstick or battery powered candle. Enjoy snacks and games and a live dance performance at 5:30pm put on by Showcase Dance (Thriller performed by the older kids and Itsy Bitsy Spider by the wee ones).  All the pumpkins will be illuminated for the Pumkin Stroll at 6pm! Local groups or businesses are invited to decorate their own plots. The best one wins a prize! For more info, email sohoannogardenclub@yahoo.com