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Published on Apr 28, 2012

, 1 April 2012Ontario art and craft show, pioneer heritage preservation and all-natural eco-friendly themes
Carlisle Country Craft and Old-fashioned Market Mercantile show on Aug. 25, 26th,
http://www.facebook.com/events/204001...
is the Facebook Events page for the Carlisle Country Craft and Old-fashioned Market Mercantile show on Aug. 25, 26th, 10-5 in the year 2012, at Whispergreen Farm, 1396 Progreston Road, Carlisle (near Campbellville, between Hamilton and Guelph)
write to
rusticrevivals@yahoo.ca
or see the farm events consultant, Rural Revivals on Facebook for ideas for your own farm or countryside property to make extra income!

The show is a gathering of more than 40 artists who love primitives, homey country crafts, old-fashioned rustic antiques/furniture and naturally-inspired environmentally friendly creations, including:

- wood carvings handmade from recycled and reclaimed wood
- salvage artist
- quilter
- a native artist with wildlife sketches, beading and soapstone carving
-steampunk and goth designs
- folk artist painting on reclaimed architectural pieces
-an all-natural clothing designer
- organic soap maker
- birch bark and grapevine wedding specialist
- primitive doll maker
- preserves and dried herbs/flower marketer
- willow twig furniture
-a weaver and spinner
-garden art from rusty metals and barnwoood
-a salvage metal jewelry
-a wedding artist with bouquets from paper
-organic beeswax candle maker

Everyone come in pioneer costumes, win prizes, play old-tyme games and contests (test your skills at pie-eating or apple-bobbing). See tribal jingle dancers, have your fortune told by an olden-days gypsy, see riders of the "pony express" and have your photo taken at the vintage pioneer photo booth! Category: Autos & Vehicles Comedy Education Entertainment Film & Animation Gaming Howto & Style Music News & Politics Nonprofits & Activism People & Blogs Pets & Animals Science & Technology Sports Travel & Events Tags: License: Standard YouTube License Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed) Close The Creative Commons license means that others may copy, distribute and create derivative works from your video — but only if they give you credit. Your video will be available in the YouTube video editor. (Learn even more)

Published on Apr 26, 2012 by ellaelfenchanted

Sunday, 1 April 2012Ontario art and craft show, pioneer heritage preservation and all-natural eco-friendly themes
Carlisle Country Craft and Old-fashioned Market Mercantile show on Aug. 25, 26th,
http://www.facebook.com/events/204001...
is the Facebook Events page for the Carlisle Country Craft and Old-fashioned Market Mercantile show on Aug. 25, 26th, 10-5 in the year 2012, at Whispergreen Farm, 1396 Progreston Road, Carlisle (near Campbellville, between Hamilton and Guelph)
write to
rusticrevivals@yahoo.ca
or see the farm events consultant, Rural Revivals on Facebook for ideas for your own farm or countryside property to make extra income!

The show is a gathering of more than 40 artists who love primitives, homey country crafts, old-fashioned rustic antiques/furniture and naturally-inspired environmentally friendly creations, including:

- wood carvings handmade from recycled and reclaimed wood
- salvage artist
- quilter
- a native artist with wildlife sketches, beading and soapstone carving
-steampunk and goth designs
- folk artist painting on reclaimed architectural pieces
-an all-natural clothing designer
- organic soap maker
- birch bark and grapevine wedding specialist
- primitive doll maker
- preserves and dried herbs/flower marketer
- willow twig furniture
-a weaver and spinner
-garden art from rusty metals and barnwoood
-a salvage metal jewelry
-a wedding artist with bouquets from paper
-organic beeswax candle maker

Everyone come in pioneer costumes, win prizes, play old-tyme games and contests (test your skills at pie-eating or apple-bobbing). See tribal jingle dancers, have your fortune told by an olden-days gypsy, see riders of the "pony express" and have your photo taken at the vintage pioneer photo booth

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