A few weekends ago my son and I headed over to the historic round barn for their annual corn roast. If you are ever near Gettysburg PA the Round Barn
is worth a stop. The have a farm store inside and welcome you to climb the steps and see inside the top floor where they hold events/weddings/etc. They had corn roasted in its husk, BBQ, and my favorite grilled peaches over vanilla ice cream!
We checked out the animals, enjoyed the band, ate, and shopped. The store has all kinds of fun things like moonshine jelly :) The Round Barn is always our go-to spot in the fall for pumpkins and gourds as they always have such a great selection and their prices are fantastic!
Back in our busy month of June we spent one Thursday in York Pa for the annual Salvation Army Fabric Fair. This show isn’t quite as crowded as the Chambersburg PA one, and its maybe a little bit smaller in terms of stuff, but it is always really fun to dig through all the piles of crafty goodness in search of treasure.
Besides fabric you can find sewing machines, yarn, sewing notions, and every kind of craft supply you could imagine.
I did buy those clown faces for Molly, and you can see all the stuff I found for myself in the bottom photo. Only a little fabric, a huge pile of zippers (at 50¢ a bundle you can’t beat that price), some knitting needles, fabric measuring tapes, yarn for dyeing, and yarn for spinning as core yarn, or something I might want to ply with.