Local farms are offering fall produce like pumpkins, honey, jams, soaps, and vinegars, as well as “tastefully simple” products. Experience tractor rides, petting zoos, hay rides, and even pumpkin and apple launchers. Pick your own apples right from the trees or pumpkins in the fields. Many stops include visiting crafters selling: pottery, jewelry, lawn ornaments, and dozens of other crafts. Some stops are mini craft fairs in themselves. Antique dealers are selling refurbished furniture, trunks, cook books, tools, white elephants, and vintage jewelry. Scattered throughout the drive are garage sales and barn sales where treasures can be found. Visit autumndrive.net for more info on farms, vendors and, exhibitors.
The Food Shed Co-op will have an informational table at Blue Eagle Pottery, the first stop on the drive. Co-op ownerships and merchandise will be available. Volunteers are needed for this three day event. If you would like to help out, please select a shift below.
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