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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Founders of Skippack Days Arts & Crafts Festival Welcome You....

One of Skippack Days founders Harry & Sylvia Wolf welcome young and old to visit the Village Barn located at 4010 Skippack Pike (next to Mal’s Diner). Featuring four unique shops, the Village Barn provides something for everyone.

Be sure to stop by
Green Wolf’s – Elegant Junque where uniquely featured architectural artifacts and antiques accent this warm home like setting of modern Americana décor. Among the many interesting finds Elegant Junque provides a wide array of rustic furniture created from reclaimed barn wood from Pennsylvania barns many of which can be custom ordered. Elegant Junque’s monthly art exhibitions feature local artisans upon their creative and unique “gallery of doors” adding the opportunity to purchase a piece of original art work to complete your decorating theme.


The Village Barn’s October featured art exhibition will be Nicole Wolf of Aspire Designs. On exhibit will be sculptures, paintings and trompe l'œil painted furniture for all art enthusiasts to enjoy. Read past, current and future exhibition details at:

Other artisans on display at Green Wolf’s – Elegant Junque include:

Katherine Kreig – Water Color
Lorraine Seirchio – Water Color, Pastel

Janice Ward – Sculptors

Harry Boardman – Water Color, Acrylics

Heather Boardman – Handmade Jewelry

Monica Bookbinder – Handmade Jewelry
Carrie Mehl - Handmade Jewelry
Lucretia Coleman – Water Color

Janice Freytag – Etchings, Monoprints

The Village Barn is also excited to announce the addition of
Crystal Persuasion. This new age, metaphysical store provides the serenity that every person deserves offering a wide array of stones, crystals, books, home décor including lectures and private readings. Be sure to stop in and say hi and check out this new addition.

Boyd’s Cardinal Hollow Winery
will be holding a grape stomp on Oct. 9th and we will be part of Winetober as food will be paired with their wine tastings every Saturday evening in October from 4-6pm. The Boyd’s have been working hard and start the fall season off with their featured Black Forest wine. This gold medal winning cherry wine has been created using real cocoa beans in the fermentation process to infuse the dark chocolate flavor.

Master woodworker and cabinet maker Harry Wolf, owner of
Fox & Wolf inc., will be on hand for any question you may have regarding any residential or commercial project. Fox & Wolf, inc. has been providing high quality, cabinet making to the Tri-State area since 1969.

During Skippack Days - Exhibiting around the Village Barn and Harry and Sylvia’s home will be Piece A Pizza, Family Tree Traditions – Wood Accessories, Thread Poets – Handmade Bags & Pajamas, Janice Ward – Fine Art, Steve Wietecha - Blacksmith, Monica Bookbinder – Handmade Jewelry and Janice Freytag – Etchings & Monoprint Artwork, For more information about these and other artisans visit:

Harry, Sylvia and their son Craig and everyone at the Village Barn hope you enjoy this wonderful annual event as much as they do and return soon to Skippack to enjoy all this it has to offer.

39th Annual Skippack Days Arts & Crafts Festival Pictures, 2009
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