39th ANNUAL CROOK Farm FAIR & OLD TIME COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL

Saturday, August 25th and Sunday, August 26th, 2018

( Musicians have events planned on Thursday, August 23rd and Friday, August 24th)



Where: Historic Crook Farm, 476 Seaward Ave., Bradford, PA 16701
Dates: Saturday, August 25th and Sunday, August 26th (Musicians on-site Thursday and Friday)
Time: 10:00AM to 5:00PM
Cost: $5.00 per person, children under 12 are free with an adult

The Fair Poster


We are pleased to announce something new this year. Katie will be visiting the Fair on Saturday afternoon on horseback, dressed in period-specific clothing. Great opportunity for pictures!


FOOD

Chicken dinners, choices beyond the usual hamburgers and hot dogs, walk-away tacos, ice cream, and baked foods.


VENDORS

Vendor Map Some vendors registered after the cut-off date. They are listed below, but you won't find them on the map.

A1 Don & Jackie Gardner - dulcimers & banjos
A2 Civil War Ladies
A3 Preston and Sons - Broom Making
A4 Camper's Kettle Corn by Matt Degolier
A5 Bob’s Wood Shop – bird feeders, holiday decor items, game, and bird houses
A6 Medicare Specialist/Ashley Hatch with the Williams Agency
A7 Happy Hoops - handmade hula hoops for adults, children, and for fitness

B1 Jeremiah & Darian – dried leaves painted using coffee, framed rocks, and painted bark
B2 T & E Lemonade – Lemonade of all flavors, strawberry, blueberry, mango, pineapple, and raspberry. Sugar-free available.
B3 Karl Fitzsimmons- wood cutting boards, quilt racks, storage boxes, wine racks, jewelry boxes, & more
B4 Alex Lyman – pot holders, Christmas ornaments, aprons, and grocery bag holders

C1 Judy Gates – crocheted items, towels, potholders, blankets and various cross stitch items
C2 Melissa McGuire – photographs & note cards
C3 Barb Houwer – recycled sweaters sewn into bags, totes, trivets, & children's wooden construction set
C4 Woodland Signatures – handmade jewelry crafted from repurposed copper, leather, stone, wood, horn, bone, and antlers.
C5 J & J Enterprises – Nature engineered products, brass sleigh bells on leather straps, jewelry and home décor items

D1 Wanda Vleminckx – floral arrangements, cross stitched sweat shirts, table runners, Christmas tree skirts, party favors & greeting cards
D2 Young Living Essential Oils by Keith & Todd
D3 Premier Jewelry by Launa Wertz
D4 Face Painting
D5 Trades of Hope by Sally McCombs - fair trade, handcrafted fashion accessories and home decor

E1 Avon by Penny Updegrove
E2 Ellen Scott – handmade fabric quilted purses, totes, duffel bags, etc.
E3 Tara Munch – handspun yarn, hand painted yarn and rovings using eco friendly dye and fun bags
E4 Paparazzi by Denise King
E5 Burnt Label Farm – goat milk soap, bath bombs, lotions & scrubs
E6 Gourmet Creations by Kim - Veggie, fruit and oil dips. Pickle mixes

F1 Tupperware by Margie Harris and Lost and Found
F2 Hippysac – Cotton-reversible hip bags
F3 Lilla Rose by Susan Thompson – hair accessories, clips, hairbands, bobby pins, u pins, and badge holders
F4 Mary Kay by Amy Olsson
F5 Sheryl Kerr - flowers made of pine cones F6 The Pretzel Place by Joan Swartz - Philly-style soft pretzels with cheese, mustard, or dessert style

- - - - - - Canticle Farms - Demonstration - - - - - -

G1 Harold Stark - wood crafts, pictures, furniture, tins
G2 Brz Designs - Rustic wood items and more
G3 The Bradford Landmark Society

OS1 Noelle Lindner – primitives, wood crafts, wood flowers, wreaths, & wood signs
OS2 Connie’s Creations – Paintings on canvas, slate, wood, and concrete pavers, pillows and table runners
OS3 Alpaca Creations – Hand knit Alpaca apparel, natural & dyed yarn, hats, scarves, socks, mittens, and dryer balls
OS4 Jill Phillips – handmade maple & black walnut baskets, crocheted items, and wood items
OS5 Daisy Designs – quilted table runners, purses, potholders, candle mats, eyeglass cases & photographs
OS6 Tastefully Simple by Robbie Yonushonis
OS7 Watkins by Linda Delaney - spices (vintage tins), seasonings, extracts, body care (soaps & lotions), homecare (soaps, cleaners & room fresheners)
OS8 Native Artistry - jewelry, pottery, art print, native designed blankets, and back packs
OS9 No Feline Left Behind
OS10 Alpacas - Kendall Creek Farm
OS11 Balloon Animals
OS12 Mel & Denise Dibble - handcrafted soap, body butters, body & lip balms, herbs, and other plants
OS13 Smoke Shack - Smoked Cheese, Salami, and related food items
OS14 Iron Mill (Louis Costa) - the power of strength training, fitness, and exercise

♫MUSIC♫

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Concerts Saturday and Sunday - Main Stage with a great assortment of talent
Workshops Saturday and Sunday - Flatfoot, Singing, Dulcimer, Banjo, Uke, etc.
Old Time Round & Square Dancing Friday and Saturday Evenings
Impromptu Jam Sessions Encouraged around the Fair all weekend
Instrument Swap Bring your old instruments to trade, swap, or sell!
Jam / Song Tent Friday Evening and all day Saturday and Sunday
Sunday Morning Gospel Sing Around
Free Rough Camping Thursday / Friday / Saturday / Sunday nights


BEAR HUG QUILT RAFFLE

Once again the Kinzua Quilters have outdone themselves. The beautiful Bear Hug Quilt could be yours. Purchase tickets at the Bradford Landmark Society Headquarters at 45 East Corydon Street, at the Little Fabric Garden at 25 Main Street, or at Crook Farm barn at 476 Seaward Ave during the Fair. Drawing will be Sunday, August 26th at the Fair. You need not be present to win.

Bear Hug Poster


***NOTE TO MUSICIANS***

''Your admission is free. Please make sure you've been contacted by Howard Blumenthal prior to August 23rd for passes.''


    • Howard can be reached via Email or by phone at 814-368-4057





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~This page updated Friday, August 24, 2018, 12:38 a.m.