Homestead Arts Faire at Hawthorne Country Store
At the Homestead Arts Faire we hope to foster connections, and trade. Ex: I make cheese, you make bread; let’s trade so we both have bread and cheese. Folks that should
At the Homestead Arts Faire we hope to foster connections, and trade. Ex: I make cheese, you make bread; let’s trade so we both have bread and cheese.
Folks that should consider participating in this event may be involved in, or know a lot about:
*Gardening (in all the many unique and valuable forms) *Water reclamation
*Raising of livestock for food and profit: Goats, chickens, milking and meat etc. *sewing *permaculture, *vermiculture,
*Food preserving: canning, cheese making, freezing, fermenting, smoking etc…
*Leather craft *Fiber arts * Cleaning and personal hygiene products; such as natural and handmade soaps and beauty etc..* Cooking and baking: including grain production and processing
*Wildlife conservancy * Composting and soil building *Vigneron * Orchard Keeping * brewing
*Animal training * Knot tying *Foraging for food and medicine *Fencing and home protection
*Hunting and fishing* Horseback riding and care *Carpentry * Apiary from bee to honey
*Repurposing (farm and home Macgyvering) *Aquaponics * any other related topics
Who is Hawthorne Country Store?
We are a family owned and operated business with two locations to serve you. Brian and Suzy Hawthorne along with their daughter Heather and son- in- law Terry Thelen bring their varied experience to work in support of local country lifestyle enthusiasts.
Our intention is to provide useful and unique, quality products related to the agrarian lifestyle in our rural and growing urban environments. Three generations of family currently provide retail experience with broad pet, equestrian, livestock, gardening, home food preservation, western lifestyle clothing and home décor offerings.
(Saturday) 9:00 am - 4:30 pm