The upcoming Garden Party in Downtown Pemberville on Tuesday, July 26th will include carriage rides and an iced tea party.
The horse-drawn carriage, provided by the Ohio Carriage Service, shuttles passengers around Pemberville for $35 for up to four adults.
People should call 419-287-3274 to reserve a ride.
From 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, local vendors will descend on downtown Pemberville to offer fresh produce and botanicals, sweet treats and handcrafted goods.
Karrie and Karla from the summer kitchen in Helena will host an iced tea party. You will teach a class three ways to make iced tea and three ways to sweeten it. People can create their own iced tea blends to take home. The class costs $18. RSVP at 419-287-3274 to reserve a spot.
This month’s vendors include: Hutchison Family Farms, LLC – maple syrup, freshly ground flour, fresh produce and herbs; Stony Ridge United Methodist Church – handmade bowl holders and kitchen boas, homemade treats and edibles; Harold Leemaster – soap, lotion, creams and herbal salves; Country Creek, LLC – plants, fresh produce, herbs, micro plants and succulents; North Branch Nursery – Perennials and flowering shrubs; Cynthia Lohrbach – decorative garden totems; Ruth Hasselman – various knitted, crocheted, woven and quilted items; The Hot Pad Guy – handwoven hot pads; Handmade soaps by Grandma Jeans; Mrs. Miller’s Amish Jams & Jellies and Beeker’s Homemade Strawberry Shortcake; Country Cupboard Ohio – Country Crafts and Decoration; Riverbank Antiques – garden antiques and accessories; Country Farmhouse – fresh sandwiches and salads; and Toft’s hand-dipped ice cream and new arrivals from Beeker’s Old-Fashioned Ice Cream.
Any local vendors or artisans interested in attending the next Garden Party should call 419-287-3274 for more information or to reserve a spot. A small fee is payable upfront and the pitches are approximately 10 feet by 10 feet outside of downtown Pemberville shops.