things harvest can be found here, from pumpkins...
dried flower arrangements.
hydrangeas were but one of the many choices!
gorgeous bowls were constructed from wood salvaged from the devastation
of Hurricane Katrina.
totem poles were varied in size and motif, from Santa to wildlife!
beautiful wolf was on site helping to promote public awareness of
the need for conservation and preservation.
course the Cranberry was the star! Many homemade items were here for
tasting and sale, including breads, muffins and even cranberry pie!
jams, jellies, chutneys, salsas and more were offered by many vendors
- they even came from Cape Cod to this huge event!
food court offered everything from crab cakes to southwestern wraps.
The crowd here was huge but friendly and patient in waiting for a
music was performed all day long by Jersey
Bound, a great Southern Rock cover band. They kept everyone's
General Store had a large exhibit right along Route 563, where they
sold many homemade specialties, including the delicious Horseradish
Winery provided non-stop tastings of their delicious wines - of course
the red and white cranberry wines were the bit hits!
display of old post office boxes.
cranberry wreath being created by a local craftsman.
Buzby's Chatsworth General Store front porch was Niki Gibersen, a
talented basketweaver and maker of homemade jams.
Buzby's will NOT open for the Festival this year due to owner R. Marilyn
Schmidt's health. Buzby's is for sale; call Realtor-Assoc. Traci Tarantola/ReMax
at (609) 384-8165 for details.