The 2012 annual Harvest Festival, held October 6th and 7th was very successful, thanks to the hard work of volunteers and the many attendees who came to enjoy the crafts, food, historic homes, and entertainment.
Over 25 vendors displayed and sold their products – from jewelry to flower arrangements to re-caned chairs.
A special participant was the Ohio Natural Fiber Network, showcasing Ohio fiber producers and artists.
Houston Morgan’s family oversaw the making of apple butter, producing 141 pints.
Children at the festival had fun decorating pumpkins, stirring apple butter, and petting the llamas.
Visitors learned about the history of Stow and its early settlers by visiting the three historic homes. A display on Stow Schools in the Heritage Museum was of special interest.
Sona, a four-piece band specializing in Celtic and old-time music entertained with fiddle, guitar, vocals, and accordion.