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The Best Hand-Made Crafts, You Said?

Date: 2014-06-22 05:00:00 am


The Best Hand-Made Crafts, You Said?

During fall season, it is wonderful to see the changing colors of foliage in the wildlife. Your fair experience during fall season can start in downtown Branson and take you to winding roads through the Ozark Mountains. If you want to enjoy viewing the colorful mountains, take a wonderful train tour with the Branson Scenic Railway that travels through the wooded hills of the Ozarks.

This fall season, War Eagle Fall Fair features the best hand-made crafts made by skilled craftsmen and artisans. From October 16th to 19th this year, the Ozarks are delightfully celebrating with the sights, sounds, and aroma of the War Eagle Craft Fair. The War Eagle Fall Fair is the epicenter of all the Ozarks craft fairs, so prepare yourself to gear up for a day or two to this unique fair displaying best hand-made crafts. This fair of traditional crafts and art forms has become the largest hand-made crafts fairs in the Ozarks located south-west of Branson in War Eagle, Arkansas.

This October Fair actually features three craft fairs in one place. War Eagle Mill vendors are displaying their wares on the Mill parking lot grounds. Adjacent to the Mill is the Sharp Show displaying crafts on the fields. Across the bridge is the War Eagle Fair Show. On the grounds of War Eagle Mill, skilled craftsmen and women offer original, handmade art works. This handmade work include folk art, country decorative items, water color and oil painting, stoneware, pottery, wreaths, dried arrangements, potpourris, quilts, country clothing, miniature, wearable art, candles, homemade soaps, antique broken china jewelry, collectibles, and many more.

During this War Eagle Fall Fair, you can find plenty of delicious foods at the Bean Palace Restaurant on the third floor of the Mill. This restaurant offers a full country breakfast that features War Eagle biscuits and gravy, sausage or bacon, and eggs. The lunch specialty of the restaurant has a recipe of War Eagle beans and cornbread made with organic and non-GMO cornmeal ground on a 150-year old stone buhr mill. The menu is really delightful and mouth-watering, so make sure to hop in.

There are also many food concessionaires on the mill grounds that offer an array of snack foods to fine dining. Including in their menus are spinach and broccoli puffs, Beef Wellington, Cowboy Barbecue Ribs, corn dogs, chicken sandwiches, Mediterranean pita sandwiches stuff with marinated chicken, curly fries, fresh sautéed veggies and wine sauce, flaky pastry apple, strawberry crepes, cheese and cherry strudel, ice cream, homemade peanut brittle, candies, and fresh squeezed lemonade.

War Eagle Mill Fall Craft Fair also welcomes creative craftsmen and artisans who wish to become a part of the fair as a food concessionaire, vendor or an exhibitor. Vendors or exhibitors must fill-up a craft vendor application form and concession application form for concessionaires.

If you want to spend a wonderful autumn experience and see the best hand-made crafts fair in the Ozarks region, visit the War Eagle Fall Fair at south-west of Branson in War Eagle, Arkansas.


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