Handmade Harvest

Handmade Harvest was started in 2011 on our family farm with the idea of bringing local art, bluegrass music, fabulous southern foods and good olâTM fashioned country fun to the community! I have always loved junking and picking, as well as going to the fair in the summer, so I thought: Why not put all my loves together for a fun-filled weekend with artsy friends? My first-year goal was to bring in around 15 artists who crafted, junked and made pretty things, all while enjoying a fun farm backdrop filled with live music, the smell of comfort foods and kids splashing in the creek. We also thought it would be fun to have things to do for the men, so we included a live blacksmith and an antique tractor display. I am so proud of what my family, friends and I have brought together and, since its beginning, the event has grown and become a staple event for Sumner County.