Hickory Ridge Fall Festival & Pie Contest October 4th, 2014
The annual Hickory Ridge Fall Festival is the first Saturday in October.
Join us for a full day of music, shopping, food and fun, all in one of the most scenic areas in Ohio. Make a fruit pie and enter the contest, winner receives $50. Bring your homemade pie to C-Square by Noon, judging at 1:15. Even if you don't bake, stop by and buy a slice.
Enjoy a crisp autumn day of music, food and crafts as our Hickory Ridge artisans do demonstrations, and projects just for festival quests. Don't miss it, mark your calendar and plan a trip to the ridge right when the autumn leaves are at their best. Our annual festival is the first Saturday in October with events and shops all across the ridge from 9am to 5pm. Follow the signs from Rt 78 to freshly paved Elliot Road. Check out the other H.R. locations from our home base at C Square.
Oct 4th 2014 Festival Features:
-Hearty Soup & Sweet Treats
-Goat Milk Beauty Products
-Slate Art & Outlet Covers
-Antiques & Hand Made Goods
-Recycled Barn Wood Log Cabin Lights
-Rugs, Weaving and Original Paintings
-Arts/Crafts from the Hickory Ridge Artist Collective
On the West end of the ridge near Rt 78 is Never Never Fruit Farm also know as Hickersons they will have fresh produce, pumpkins, flowers and other vendors. The festival has launched an annual tradition of yard sales along Best Rd. Odds are good the 2014 Festival will offer blue skies and great finds. On the East side close to Pennsville just a mile off 377 is Hilltop Farm on Westland Road were music, food and crafts are featured, Shews Orchard has signs on Rt 555.
Nearby Chesterhill also has quilt festival on the first saturday in October. Start at Chesterhill and then drive on over to Hickory Ridge for the crafts and food. Festival events and activities are also available in September from the Morgan Herald Newspaper.
Are you an aritst, farmer, crafter or other artisan that would like to participate in our festival? Contact us, you can call toll free of email us. we are always looking for local additions to our festival.