We’re excited to host the Millheim Audio Flea Market as part of our market series at the Bremen Town Ballroom! Vendor spots are still available, email Erin at email@example.com.
This is gonna be so great and the food will be just, you know, bbq and amazing!
The BBQ, Flea, and Swap is one of our favorite events to host at the Bremen Town Ballroom. We love the market atmosphere, and Josh and I love both the hunt for treasures and the unburdening of clutter (can you sense the relief of our vendors?)
This year we are having 2 “regular” fleas on January 27 and April 7, and 1 “Audio Flea” on February 24. The hours are 10am-2pm.
Folks are asking, “What is an Audio Flea?” So I’ll tell you what it is, or at least how I see it happening.
The Audio Flea is a special flea market dedicated to all things audio-related. A vendor could bring, say, used stereo equipment, used guitars and/or amps, pedals, homemade guitars, CDS, Cassette tapes (all the rage in Brooklyn, apparently), or Vinyl. You might not have a whole booth to fill, so you can set up a smaller table, or just a few stands, or whatever. Talk to me, let’s work it out. It would be worth your time to sell one guitar, wouldn’t it…
As always, we’ll have great smokey BBQ straight outta LeRoy the Smoker!
For more information about vending, please email Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate Fall and get cozy at the Millheim Fiber Festival!
Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, 10am-4pm at the Bremen Town Ballroom.
Fiber vendors are coming back, bringing you their finest handspun wool, fiber crafts, and inspiration to the Bremen Town Ballroom.
–Petting Zoo by Tamarack Farms (offsite at the Millheim Farmers Market, 10-1)
–Sock Knitting Demo by Joy McCracken (all day!)
–Kids Crafts–Weaving Stick Looms and Pouches! (volunteers still needed)
–Food All Day!
–Knitting Circle! Bring your projects, sit, knit, and tell some lies!
Bald Eagle Valley Alpaca Ranch
Mulberry Hill Farm
If you are interested in being a vendor, please let us know at email@example.com
This might be our 7th year making dinner for this fabulous event supporting the Lemont Village Association and the Lemont Granary.
Every year we pick a different menu and this year we’re creating an Eastern European Menu. (side note, we were originally planning to do a Russian meal but decided it might get too political…)
Here’s what you’re likely to find. There will likely be vodka as well! And live music from Eric Ian Farmer
Sour Cream Mushrooms
Olives and Pickled Chiles
Pickled Green Tomatoes
Pot Cheese & Bread
Ukrainian Borscht w. Caraway dumplings
Green Salad w. Roasted Beets, Oranges, & Red Onion
Wild Mushroom & Onion Kasha
Potato & Sour Cream Pierogis
Roast Pork in Plum Sauce (Poland)
Vegetarian Moussaka (Macedonia)
Pastries From Across Eastern Europe
And we’ve got BBQ & Burritos!
Sweet Potato Pie! We’re pretty psyched to be back at the Mid-Atlantic Overland Festival. Josh gets to show off is 4-Runner and Brother David gets to show off his Willy Jeep.
And we all get to present our beautiful Smoker LeRoy and his Infamous UpTexas BBQ.
Good times & Great Foods!
Better than Karoondinha! Because we’ll be serving some great BBQ straight out of LeRoy’s Smoker.
Plus, there’ll be great music from Eric Ian Farmer, Hannah Bingman, & Pure Cane Sugar as well as Count Bass D, who’ll be spinning between sets.
And of course, that great beer you love.
Welcome to the Love your Library community video project! Below is an introductory video appealing to the movie star in you to answer one question:
“If your local library could be anything, what would you like it to be?”
This weekend we’re kicking off a volunteer and visioning campaign for our dearest East Penns Valley Library and we need your help! Stop in to the Handmade Holiday Market on Friday from 5-9 or Saturday from 10-4 and visit the Love Your Library Video Booth.
Check back to this page to check out more opportunities to record your testimonial.
We can’t wait to hear what you have to say!
Introducing the Love Your Library Project