"A Very Merrie Halloween", on October 7, 2017

A Very Merrie Halloween 2016 was a huge success! Thank you to all who came out and supported the Friends of The 1803 House.

         


2017 Activities Available Included [
click here more information]:
         Fall and Unique Halloween Crafts and Creations;
Demonstrations: Basket Weaving; Chair Caning; Calligraphy; Loom Weaving; Moravian Stars, Quilting; Sculpting Clay Figures; Tin Smithing; Spooling Wool; Wheat Weaving; Moravian Stars and Wheat Weaving;
Native American Presentation by Delwin Fiddler Jr., a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and Artist in Residence at the Museum of Indian Culture [click here for schedule];
1803 House open for complimentary tours;
 Archeological Dig open for viewing;
Food and Snacks: 1803 House Tent...Hot Dogs, Walking Tacos, Soft Pretzels, Drinks and Homemade Dumplings;
Emmaus Moravian Church Homemade soups and Moravian Cakes; Cabin Fever Honey; 
Baked Goods from Sugar-so-Sweet;
Kids Activities Include: Costumed Halloween parade, pumpkin decorating, storytelling, leaf craft and painted Halloween photo op;
Presentation of "not-so-scary creatures" by Wildlands Conservancy;
Pick-A-Prize Raffle and our Bake Walk;
Locally grown fall produce for sale by Lettuce Alone Farm;
  Live alpacas

2017 Crafters:
Gourd Creations by Penny, Backyard Tin Shop, Jessie's Corner Clay, Arbor Park Designs, Bodacious Caricatures; Denise Tempest Designs, Kraussdale Alpacas; Lauren's Lotions & Potions, Mar-Tees, Starving Otaku Productions, Wiltz Pottery, Pat Devries-Wheat Lady, Karen Furler-Moravian Stars, Phyllis Dedekind-quilting, Carol Haile-author/illustrator/calligrapher, Judy Jones-Chair Caning

2017 Schedule:
10:00 am: A Very Merrie Halloween opens: 1803 House information Tent; 1803 House and Archaeological Dig; Pick-A-Prize Raffle Begins; Fall and Halloween Artists and Lettuce Alone Farm; Harvest Tent; - Food vendors; Kid’s area opens
10:30 am: Halloween Storytelling
10:45am: Old-Fashioned Bake Walk
11:00am: Wildlands Conservancy -“Scary Wild Creatures”
Noon: Kids Halloween Parade
1:00: Delwin Fiddler Jr.-Native American Presentation Begins
1:30 pm: Halloween Storytelling
2:00 pm: Old-Fashioned Bake Walk
3:00 pm: Raffle Closes
3:30 pm: Pick-A-Prize Raffle Winners Posted
4:00 pm: Merrie Halloween comes to a close

Click here for 2017 Sponsors:

Looking for Sponsors got 2017 Event:

Help to preserve and maintain the 1803 House by being a sponsor of A Very Merrie Halloween.  For more information contact Marian Schneck at nanamts@ptd.net. 





Looking for Crafter/Artists for 2017 Event:

We are currently seeking Crafters/Artists.  For more information and a crafter's contact for 2017, please contact Rachel Cubellis at  r
achel.cubellis@gmail.com.





2012-2015 Participating Crafters:  A Girls Best Friend; A Natural Alternative Soaps; AbundaScents Candle Co.; Arbor Park Designs; Balloons by Cindy; Baskets by Eileen; Bee’s Creations; Caricatures by Katy; Zona and Richard Farmer; Fid’s Creations; Fused Glass by Jemima; Gourd Creations by Penny; Carol Haile; Homespum; Isis Glass; Kraussdale Alpacas; Lauren’s Lotions & Potions; Loon Loom; Paula Lotte; Mar-Tees; Metal Spooks; Mountains of Hope; Paula's Country Creations; Sassy Sisters Mesh; Six Ten Ceramics; Denise Tempest Designs; The Wheat Lady.


Looking for "Pick-A-Prize" Raffle Donations for 2017 Event
:


We are currently seeking donations for our Pick-A-Prize" Raffle that is held at "A Very Merrie Halloween."  See attached raffle form to donate.

 THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS...CHECK THEM OUT

Some Pictures

Click here for 2016 pictures from A Very Merry Halloween...