Upcoming Events and Appearances
The Saving Simon Open House will be on Columbus Day Weekend, October 11th and 12th. Saturday 11-4 and Sunday 12-4.
Bedlam Farm is located at 2502 State Route 22 Cambridge NY 12816.
The Saving Simon Open House artists include me and Jon (of course) also, Jane McMillen’s Pincushions, Carol Way Wood’s illustrated creations, Fran’s Mini Gardens, Kim McMillan’s (the same Kim who helps me with my sewing) felted purses and more.
Jon will be signing copies of his new book, (which is coming out in October and is available at Battenkill Books in Cambridge) Saving Simon, How a Rescue Donkey Taught Me The Meaning Of Compassion ,with Simon besides him.
Photographer George Forss will be back taking portraits and Mary Kellogg will be reading her poetry.
Jon and Red will be back doing herding demos with the sheep and Deb will introduce you the Fanny and Lulu. And of course, Lenore and Flo will be around for snuggles. (Minnie tends to hide out when company comes as a true Barn Cat will).
While you’re here visit the town of Cambridge NY, just 5 minutes away. There you can visit Connie and Marilyn at Battenkill Books (If you buy a copy of any of Jon’s books he’ll be happy to sign them at the Open House). Have Breakfast, Lunch or coffee and dessert at the Round House Cafe. Visit the Cambridge Artisian Market and Hubbard Hall Store. There’s also Over the Moon Beads (they sell more than just beads) and a few thrifts stores.
Jacks Out Back is just one of the many antique stores and Galleries on Main Street.
And if you like Consignment shopping don’t for get to visit Nikki and Vicky at NV Unique Boutique and Consignments, just down the street from Jacks. You can also visit the Diner on Main Street and get good food and snacks at the Cambridge Coop.
Here’s some places to stay nearby:
1847 Guest House
20 East Main B&BMain St Cambridge
The Laughing Rabbit
Cambridge Farm B&B
The Kings Inn
575 Burton Road
Greenwich, NY 12834
Eddington House Inn