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You're invited!

The charming town of Homewood Junction is hosting it's 19th annual Heritage Days Fall Festival from October 6th & 7th, 2007. My dear friend, Darly's lavender dollhouse/cottage is directly across from the gazebo. Dana will be bringing a truck full of treasures from Doe Hill and we'll all be selling our vintagey, antiquey, thifty, junquey, shabby, crafty treasures...heck, we don't even know what all we'll be selling 'til we drag it all out!

Say the Blogger Code Word: Junquey Gals and receive 10% off my handcrafted totes & purses, key chains, pincushions...

I'll be crafting 'til then...

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Sounds like so much fun. I love Fall Festivals. If I lived closer I'd be there with bells on my toes.
That sounds like fun! I wish I lived closer. That gazebo reminds me of Stars Hollow...from The Gilmore Girls TV show!
Darly Dolittle said…
I guess I dont have any excuse because I live as close as you can get to the festival w/o being on center stage. Ill be there, chill'n. Im taking this years festival off from selling and just going to enjoy my weekend off, God Willing! See U there!
Oh, I would love to go to a good fall festival!
Even better if there's vintage crafty things for sale.

I'll have to see if Mom's up for a road trip...I'm a state away.

Hope you have fun and great weather.

Kimberly :)
I enjoyed visiting your site, your pictures are wonderful.

Bristol

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