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The Artisan Christmas Market is coming back to Heritage Farm! This November 13-14, we invite you to stroll the beautiful grounds of Heritage Farm to find perfect one of a kind Christmas gifts as you shop 25 high-quality, local artist booths. Our alpaca store will be open where you will find all sorts of clothing and accessories made from alpaca. All our vendors will be in heated tents or barns.
Our event is more than just a shopping experience. While you’re here, enjoy the live music, fantastic food, wine & beer barn, kids activities, Christmas decoration making workshops, bonfires, tractor-drawn wagon rides and, of course, Santa! Heritage Farm is home to over 50 alpacas. Feed and interact with these adorable animals and even get a photo taken with one! Only $10 per vehicle so bring the whole family!
See our event page for more information and to purchase a ticket in advance.
Heritage Farm is located in Western Howard County 12 miles west of Kokomo, IN. Our address is 4175 N. 1200 W., Flora, IN 46929 (map).
November 13 10:00 AM - 6 PM
Sunday November 14, 11:00 AM - 4 PM
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See some of our invited artisans and vendors in the gallery below:
“As a lifelong knitter, Marcia Stone became interested in spinning her own yarn several years ago. Under her Stone Spun label, she sells hand-dyed, hand-spun natural fiber yarns as well as knitted, felted and woven items at markets, on Etsy – and at Handspun in Irvington.
"Philadelphia Phil is an entirely unique artist-- At once a down to earth folk musician, and life-long populist, and poet, philosopher and writer. His sixty-plus years of living have included stints in film school, performance poetry, theater and movies. He is a life-long martial artist, skier and hiker, and has studied Jazz, Modern and Latin dance. As an activist he organized his high school for the nation's first Earth Day, and remained a community and political activist for many years. His mu
"Phil started beekeeping in 2011 after searching for answers with vegetable garden issues. In his search it turned out the problem was lack of pollination and lack of honey bees. Bees did help the garden, but then realized the problem with trying to save the bees from dying. · Now 10 + years late,r beekeeeping is a challenging, needed hobby and Phil maintains aprox 12 colonies, makes nucs for sale, makes new queens year to year and sells raw honey and wax. He also mentors other new beekeepers