2014 DATES: October 11-12 and 18-19 | 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Win Two Tickets to See B.E. Taylor at Heinz Hall with an
Overnight Stay in Pittsburgh! In conjunction with our 20th anniversary, we're giving away two tickets to see B.E. Taylor performing his annual Christmas concert at Pittsburgh's Heinz Hall. You'll also receive an overnight stay at a beautiful downtown hotel. Registration will be available at the woods during the festival. No purchase necessary.
We have just concluded a very successful 19th season of Old-fashioned Christmas in the Woods at beautiful Shaker Woods in Columbiana, Ohio. Thanks to all of our friends that came out to visit us this year.
If you missed this two-weekend special event, we'll be back for our 20th season October 11-12 and 18-19! It's your opportunity to shop for hand-crafted holiday gift items from some of the country's best craftspeople in a setting that only Shaker Woods can deliver.
The woods will be transformed into a holiday wonderland with each booth beautifully decorated in an old-fashioned holiday theme. Each craftsperson will be demonstrating their unique skills and fashioning those precious gifts right before your eyes.
Craftspeople include woodworkers, floral designers, blacksmiths, potters, tole painters, basket weavers and many others.
There will be plenty of delicious foods including some holiday favorites cooked in the old-fashioned way. Live entertainment will help make it an event for the entire family! Come and have an old-fashioned good time!
Hours for the festival are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. General admissions tickets will be on sale at the gate. Admission for adults is $8.00 per day, and children 12 years old and younger are admitted free. Acres of FREE parking, too! (No pets, please.)
For more information, contact Old-Fashioned Christmas in the Woods, Inc. at 433 State Avenue, Beaver, Pa. 15009, 724-774-6341. E-mail address: email@example.com. *PLEASE KEEP IN MIND...WE DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS FOR ADMISSION.*
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