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Events for May 23, 2020
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Rachel Esh is our resident quilter on our farm, she has a craft shop on our 15-acre farm. Rachel handcrafts Amish dolls and little souvenirs that fit perfectly into a suitcase. Rachel greats each guest that visits her shop and even demonstrates how she creates her handmade items. If you’re looking for an authentic handmade […]Find out more »
Chris Lubkemann is the "Resident Woodcarver" at The Amish Farm and House. While you're here, stop by the woodshop to meet Chris and to watch him work. You can purchase wood carvings and gifts that Chris has made in our gift shop. Chris's woodshop is open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from April through October […]Find out more »
We are blessed to have Esther O'Hara's clay gallery here at the Amish Farm and House. Lancaster County, PA has been home for Esther O'Hara for many years. She enjoys living in this beautiful county where the Amish culture is the foundation for most of her artwork. Esther was born and raised in East Africa, […]Find out more »
Buggy Rides will only be held under good weather conditions. Information About Our Horse & Buggy Rides: How much does it cost? Horse and buggy rides are $6 per person. Cash only, please. Where does the ride go? You will clip clop along paths on our 15-acre farm. Part of the ride will take you […]Find out more »
The Amish Farm and House is pleased to host members of the Pennsylvania Artist Blacksmith Association for special events and throughout the summer. Our Civil-War era blacksmith shop comes alive as the blacksmith pounds away on the anvil. Our blacksmith, Andrew Reist, will demonstrate the art of blacksmithing and explain the importance of blacksmithing both […]Find out more »
The BBQ Barn is opening for chicken, rib and pulled pork sandwiches!! They are located behind our farmhouse, in the parking lot that is shared with Target. You can find their barn by spotting the white tent and the horse and buggy parking. Service is take-out only (for the time being). They accept cash + […]Find out more »