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Home of Cardinal Hollow Winery, Piccolo Gourmet, Fox and Wolf Woodworking, Art by Heart Gallery and Studio, TL Roth Studio Gallery, and Green Wolf's - Elegant Junque, the Village Barn provides something for everyone.

Art enthusiasts, experience the works of regional artists featured in Green Wolf's - Elegant Junque's monthly art exhibitions. A gallery opening reception is held on the first Friday of every month during First Fridays.  During the weekend, many of the artists will be available to discuss their work, and at times offer demonstrations of painting, sculpting, printmaking, wood carving and more.  Please visit our Events page for further details.

Enjoy the "Gifts From Our Loving Husbands" museum exhibit, previewing in the center of the barn. A humorous collection of home makers' inventions given to loved ones to make home life "easier"  along with Skippack memorabilia.

Owners Harry and Sylvia Wolf welcome everyone to explore what's hidden under the roof of Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes!

Open 7 days a week (individual store hours may vary) 45 minutes west of Philadelphia, minutes from exit 31 off the PA Turnpike / NE Extension, convenient to other wonderful weekend day trips.

A destination for young and old, where memories and friendships have been made for  over 40 years!


www.GreenWolfsVillageBarn.com

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Friday, May 7, 2010

Skippack Spring Festival 2010 May 8th & 9th.

This weekend enjoy Skippack Village 2010 Spring Festival.

Demonstrations by Bill Schleif of Schleif Woodturning and black smith Steve Crockett.
Enjoy paintings by Telford artist Harry Boardman and his wife Heather with exquisite handmade jewelry. Transport your soul to the tropics in Skippack artist Lucrecia Colemans paintings.


Inside The Village Barn meet Skippack artist Lorraine Sierchio and be dazzled in color and light paintings featured in Green Wolf's Village Barn Shoppes monthly art showcase. Read more about all these artists and more at www.greenwolfsvillagebarn.com.


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