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Small Business Saturday ~ Nov. 28, 2020

Celebrate “Small Business Saturday” by shopping at the Carlisle Country Market on Saturday, November 28, 2020.

The Market is the perfect place to find that unique, one-of-a-kind gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list.

Hand-made jewelry at The Bothe of Us.  Team shirts, wallets, license plates, and more at AJB Sports Shop.  Cutting boards, ink pens, bottle stoppers, and more at Woodworks by Bill.  Blueberry, strawberry, and banana cream pie scented candles at Scented RX.  Crocheted baby blankets and toys at Creations and Things.

And so much more!

Have Thanksgiving leftovers? At Lori’s Tupperware, Lori will help you select the products you need to store and reheat the turkey, ham, stuffing, and more from your holiday dinner.

Holiday ECG Shop has everything you need to decorate your home for Christmas – Ornaments, figurines, snow globes, and more.

Take a break from shopping with lunch at Quy’s Vietnamese or the Triple B Café.

The Carlisle Country Market will be open from 7 am to 2 pm on Saturday, November 28, 2020.  The vendors look forward to serving you this weekend!

We Have a Winner!

The first annual Scarecrow Contest has come to an end, the votes are in, and winners have been selected.  It wasn’t an easy decision.  Everyone who entered did a great job designing a scarecrow.

Here are the winners ~

  • First prize – Marsie Wynn for “Wanda the Witch” (Scarecrow #1)
  • Second prize – David and Erin Kreitzer for “Ride ‘em, Cowgirl” (Scarecrow #3). This scarecrow also won the “Most Artistic” prize!
  • Third prize – Stephanie Spurgeon family for “Penguin Dancer” (Scarecrow #5)
  • Fourth prize – Brenda Lytle for “Pumkin Head” (Scarecrow #6).  This scarecrow also won for “Scariest Scarecrow”!
  • Fifth prize – Kylee Turnbaugh for “The Minion” (Scarecrow #2). And this little guy also won the “Funniest Scarecrow” prize.

Congratulations to everyone who entered!  See you in October 2021!

Scarecrow Contest Ends on November 7

Just some of the entries in our 2020 Scarecrow Contest at the Carlisle Country Market!
Just some of the entries in our 2020 Scarecrow Contest at the Carlisle Country Market!

Bring your scarecrow to join our crew!

We have several entries in our Scarecrow Contest, and we’re waiting for yours. Judging continues through Halloween, Saturday, October 31, 2020. The contest ends on Saturday, November 7.

Winners will be announced on Saturday, Nov. 14.

Good luck to everyone who entered!

Swedish Weaving, Rock Talk, and Word Burning Demos ~ Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020

rocks and wood-burning

If you’ve ever wondered about Swedish weaving, rocks and crystals, or wood burning, the Carlisle Country Market is the place to be on Saturday, October 24, 2020, when some of our vendors will host craft demonstrations.

The program will run from 9 am to 12 noon. Check out the schedule below ~

9 am – Swedish Weaving – Barb Daniel, inside, in the middle section of the Market

10 am – Rock Talk with Mr. Fred – Fred Bothe, outside on the side porch

11 am – Wood Burning with Bill – Bill Williams, inside, in the middle section of the Market.

Barb Daniel, who will demonstrate the art of Swedish weaving, owns and operates Wooden You Creations, with her husband Michael.

Fred Bothe offers all sorts of rocks and crystals in his vendor shop The Cave – Nature’s Collectibles. His wife Tina can turn the prettiest crystals and beads into hand-made and custom-made jewelry at The Bothe of Us.

And check out Bill Williams’ beautiful woodcraft at Woodworks by Bill! He’ll demonstrate the art of wood burning.

Come on out on Saturday, October 24, and meet our talented and crafty vendors!

First Annual Scarecrow Competition ~ October 2020

Scarecrow

October means Halloween, and Halloween means scarecrows – and all through the month of October, 2020, the Carlisle Country Market is holding its first annual Scarecrow Competition.

The contest begins on Friday, October 2, and ends on Halloween. Winners will be announced on Saturday, November 7.

Entry forms, including rules and instructions, are available at the check-out counter at the Market.

Anyone can enter – Individuals, families, groups, businesses, and organizations. We’re also looking for the artistic, the funniest, and the scariest scarecrows for special prizes.

The scarecrows will be displayed on hay bales in front of the Market and judged by visitors and patrons to the Market throughout October. Pick up a judging card at any of the vendors, then drop off the completed card at the check-out counter.

On Halloween, the cards will be counted up, and the winners notified by phone and on the Market’s Facebook page.

Eight winners will be selected, with three “Special Recognition” prizes.

Good luck to everyone who enters!