Lamppost Fall Festival Features Area Artisans

COLUMBIANA, Ohio — Attendees at this year’s Fall Festival at Lamppost Farm on Saturday, Oct. 6, will get a chance to try their hand at some skilled crafts, including woodworking and pottery.

In addition to showcasing their wares, artisans will meet with attendees to share tips of their trades while providing an opportunity for guests of all ages to get hands-on. The day’s schedule includes a rustic leather works session at 11 a.m. with Rivet Leatherworks, alpaca fleece art at noon with Twisted Fleece Alpaca Farm of New Wilmington, Pa., global crafts at 1 p.m. with Shelby Black-Couch from Trades of Hope, pottery with Weslie Detwiler of West Meadow Pottery at 2 p.m., a woodworking project at 3 p.m. with Taylor Woodworking of Youngstown and fiber art at 4 p.m. with Grass Fed Fibers of Columbiana.

The event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Along with the workshops, the free, outdoor event features Story-time with Lamppost co-founder Steve Montgomery at 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. in the barn loft. Montgomery will share stories from the Chronicles of Narnia, as well as his own stories about the farm, life, work and ministry. At 1 p.m., kids can pick out a free pumpkin to carve.

Other features include the Lamppost Labyrinth by The Hub, a community education outreach initiative by the First Presbyterian Church of Columbiana, as well as apple cider pressing, apple butter churning, hayrides, a straw climbing tower, yard games, disc golf, live entertainment and Lamppost’s signature cob-oven pizzas and grilled meats available for purchase.

Lamppost Farm is located at 14900 Market Street. For more information, visit Lamppost’s website at

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