Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Mason Dixon Park

Wow! It's that time of year and we look forword to another exciting festival, great food, music and arts and crafts and vendors. Make sure you stop by and look for great skincare products from

Crafter Dan - Bone Carving & Powder Horns
Ken Fike's Toys and Treasures - Wooden Toys for All Ages
Linda Jones- Native American Crafts
Greene Arc, Inc. -Jeff Bell -Bracelets, Purses, Gourmet Fudge, Wood Products
Native Fire- Dreamcatchers, Native Styled Art, Fine Art Paintings
Autumn's Boutique - Skin Care Lotions & More
Robin Swiger Knives
Neal Eakins' Whirlygigs
Lippencott Alpacas - Natural Alpaca Fiber Goods
Moose Antler Forge- Blacksmith Ironwares
Wyndd Drummer - Native American items, flags, kids things
Rockforge Arts - Primitive & Native styled crafts, Fine Arts, Festival T-Shirts
Rick Rhodes- Chainsaw Carvings
Mason-Dixon Woodworks- Handmade Family Heirloom Furniture & Home Decor
And many more items and vendors!

Sept 23rd and 24.
Festival Vendor's Menu

Mason-Dixon Park Volunteers
Soup Beans & Cornbread, Hotdogs, Maccaroni and Potato Salad

Uncle Jim's Donuts
Donuts, Coffee and Snow Cones

Taylortown United Methodist Church
Homemade Noodles, Cream Chicken Sandwiches, BBQ Ham Sandwiches

April Adams
Funnel Cakes, Jams & Jellies

Diane Bonnell
Mountain Man Breakfast -Fried Potatoes, Eggs , Biscuits & Gravy,
Trapper's & Hunter's Lunch -Buffalo Burgers

Michelle & Martha's Baked Goods
Homemade Pies, Salt Risn' Bread, Yeast Bread, & Cookies

SATURDAY9 am- Crafters & Vendors Begin Opening- Primitive Encampment Opens 10 am- Gates Open to the Public 10 am- Live Music Begins on the Cabin Stage 12 noon Civil War Reenactment begins in the Main Field 12 noon Free Pony Rides for Kids in Honor of Preston Butt 12:30 Lippencott Alpacas in Front of the Main Tent
Pre 1840's Rendezvoues Encampment
Civil War Encampment
ABC Animal Removal Trappers Display
Moose Antler Forge Blacksmith Display
Don Pyle's Antique Car Show
Chainsaw Carving
Ham Radio Operation
Antique Engine & Tractor Display