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Friendly New Faces

As we move through October, our Fall at the Farm event quickly approaches. With every passing season, our little farm event grows just a little bit. This fall, we are welcoming twenty-five of our small business and vendor friends to the farm. The people I invite to our farm are friends and neighbors who offer unique handmade products of the highest quality. They are my go-to’s when I purchase gifts for special friends and high-quality wares for my everyday life. My friends make products that I consider well-made, different from what you can buy in big box stores, and created with integrity, care, and intention. This fall, we have several new additions to our vendor list.





New to our event is Pisarcik Flower Farm from Valencia, Pa. Elaine and Susie are our neighbors at Ligonier Country Market. We think the world of this family and consider them friends. Elaine and Susie will be bringing handmade wreaths and some live flowers. I watch Elaine make gorgeous wreaths every week as she sits in the back of her box truck arranging flowers and putting together stunning displays. I think this little family-owned business has the most beautiful flowers at the market. You can check out their products on their website and Facebook page.






Also new to our farm event is a local company, Grizzled Teddy Company. Donovan and Felicia are a fantastic couple who create men’s grooming products that feed the mind, body, and spirit. They have a beautiful message that encourages community, self-growth, and new beginnings. When I met these two, what impressed me most was their passion for the message they bring. I’ve said it before and will continue to say, “When passion is combined with talent, it’s a recipe for success.” I’m very excited for Grizzled Teddy Company to join us.





Sue’s Re-Creations is also on our friend list. I have admired Sue’s artwork for several years. Not only is she a talented artist, she too is a passionate person. She encourages my bean to practice drawing, shows her techniques, and offers her mini art lessons at the market. Her canvases range from old slate tiles, old barn wood, and traditional canvas to pillows, bags, and cards. I have several of Sue’s creations in my home, and I cherish them.




I’m very excited to welcome Buds to Blooms Farm, Morgan and Andy, and their amazing products to our farm. I met Morgan at Lone Oak. After a lengthy discussion about their products, my needs, and the issues I must address, their personal attention and sound advice have been monumental. I have been taking their products for several months, and I haven’t felt this good for this long in a very long time. If you suffer from pain, inflammation, arthritis, or anxiety, take the time to talk with these two well-informed individuals. I genuinely believe their products are life-changing.





Emilee Lewis from Faith+Farm Candles and Country Living will join us this October. Emilee’s candles are delicious. They are long-burning, perfectly scented, and have a beautiful simplicity. Emilee not only offers candles but wellness products too. You can find her candles and wellness products on her website and Facebook page.






Last but not least, Little Beans Customs will be here. My beautiful cousin, Megan Reitz, creates the most adorable shirts and tumblers. Her unique and high-quality creations make excellent gifts and add just the right amount of class and sass to custom events, family gatherings, or special days. I can’t wait to see the adorableness she brings. You can check out Megan’s creations on Facebook, Little Beans Customs.


As we work diligently to prepare the farm for our event, ready our products, and pray the weather cooperates this year, we hope you plan to spend the morning with us. It’s a wonderful way to spend a beautiful October day; as one bib overall wearing wonder buns likes to say, “You won’t find better company.” Remember, dear reader, stay safe, be smart, plan to join us on October 22 from 9-1, and keep washing your hands.

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