Monday, September 19, 2011

Cooperstown Harvest Festival

This past weekend I was at the Harvest Festival at the Cooperstown Farmers Museum. If you haven't been there yet, you need to go. It's a living depiction of a 19th-century farming village, with a blacksmith, tavern, apothecary, and carriage house. They also have a really cute carousel. During the Harvest Festival, they had all of their regular demonstrations, plus a bunch of vendors and food booths.

Here's some pictures of my harvest-themed booth:

There was also a clown, who the kids loved. He did a lot of juggling and some silly little tricks:

And two musicians walked around the festival playing the fiddle, which made me sad that I never learned to play the violin in high school haha.

The entire Festival was a lot of fun and I met a bunch of awesome people.  The only drawback was that they were both really long days, but it was so worth it ;)

1 comment:

  1. It looks like so much fun! Your tables were beautiful!! GOod job!