What is more fun for a woman than to go to a Holiday Fair and being able to buy what you usually don’t see? Flower arrangements, rugs, quilts, jewelry, ornaments and the list goes on.
For the men…. how about all of those homemade cookies and brownies. Then the coffee and food that is available.
Come to The Community Hall in Kendall for the Kendall Holiday Fair on Friday, November 7 at 8:00 a.m – 4:00 p.m.. and again on Saturday November 8 at 8:00 a.m. till Noon.
There will be prizes and fun to be had by all.
The Holiday Fair
being held at the Community Center
In beautiful Downtown Kendall!
Friday, November 7 starting 8:00 a.m.
Saturday, November 8 ending at 1:00 p.m.
Lots of vendors, prizes, food and a great time.
Good time to do some Christmas Shopping for the Holiday Season
Terry Masters: : won a hat at the Sit and Knit stop
Cindy Mueller won a basket of tasty goodies from St. Luke’s
Rita Kranz: won a dozen eggs from Littengard.
Thank you for all of your participation!
We woke up to snow and 34 degrees but feels like 28! Not to worry, it is going warm up this week and Saturday for our event is clear and 58 degrees! I have my long johns, sweatshirt and hat ready and I will be fine. That is a nice Fall day.
One thing about us Wisconsin people, we aren’t wimps. Come prepared for a wonderful and exciting day!
Hot Coffee, Hot Chocolate and Rolls in the morning
We have some good country FOOD scheduled for our Colors of Kendall Festival:
Rocky Top Brat Patties,
Fried La Farge Bologna, Hamburgers and more!
An Amish Bakery in Ontario called Countryside Bakery will be baking the pies. We will have:
Cherry, Apple, Pumpkin, Pecan, and Peach! Yum Yum!
All Amish Bakeries are inspected and have a food license.
Now what is more Wisconsin than this?
October Hymn Sing at St. Luke’s
This year, the October 11th Colors of Kendall Autumn Ridge tour will include an old fashioned hymn sing at Historic St. Luke’s Church located at 30013 Oxford Road. The sings will be at 10:00 am and again at 1:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
While you are there, you can enjoy the delicious homemade soup and desserts that the Auxiliary has prepared for your enjoyment. Take some home to freeze and save for your holiday guests.
The raffle this year features several great sports related prizes as well as lots of other prizes and will make future events at the church possible as well as helping maintain the building.
After each of the hymn sings we will present a session on organizing and saving your photos. At 11:30am and 2:30pm Ann Matuszak, co-creator of Pixologie, will discuss the latest information and technology to help you organize all of your photos and answeryour questions. Take a chance on winning a $250. photo album from Pixologie.
Preserving photos plays such a big roll in saving the history of your family as well as the history of our community. You will love this informative session.
St. Luke’s has not had an active congregation for many years but a group of descendants of the charter members have restored the building and now make it available for community activities. Learn about the history of the region through the many photos and church records that are on display at the church. Some going back to the late 1800’s. Look in any direction and see the breathtaking views of the colorful hillsides.
From Kendall, follow 71 about half a mile toward Elroy, turn right onto W, go about 4 miles and on top of the ridge, turn left onto Owl AV. The church is about half a mile from there on the corner of Owl and Oxford.
You can pick up a map at the Gazebo downtown.
Colors of Kendall Autumn Ridge Tour
– MAPS Available at the Gazebo
1. Sit and Knit 9:00-3:00
208 Thayer Street
From Sheep to Shawl
A demonstration of yarn making…
See wool Fleeces and how they are turned into yarn by skillful hands
Yarn and finished hand knit items for viewing and sale
2. Laser Kraft 9:00-11:30
327 Huschka Drive (Hwy 71)
View the inside of this small town national business – factory tour
Largest nationwide producer of laser cut 3D lake maps
Official vendor for the Green Bay Packers
Have a look at the 3D rendition of Lambeau Field in the Packer Proshop or online
Creates serving trays and clocks and takes special orders
3. Murray’s Alpine Haven 9:00-2:30
26016 County Hwy W
Goats Milk soaps and lotions
o Lotion making at 10:00
o Soap making at 12:00
Started with a few fragrances now a decade later, has up to 12
You will be able to meet the animals
Soaps and lotions for sample and sale
4. St. Luke’s Church 9:00-4:00
300800 Oxford Road
Built in the late 1800’s by German settlers
Recently restored by descendants of the original congregation
Old Fashion Hymn sing at 10:00 and 1:00
Pixologie presentation at 11:30 and 2:30
o Pixologie is all about organizing your photos weather they are 100 years old or the latest digital imaging
o Latest technology available to make it easy and share tips
Homemade German deserts and coffee
5. Dave’s Hot Rods 9:00-4:00
30155 Norway Avenue
Auto show- cars from Wisconsin and other states
Extensive toy car and farm machinery collection
Food, drink, music and a good time provided
Miniature garage on display complete with mechanics and tools. Everyone notices something different
Miniature barn and animals
6. Wyttenbach’s Whinery
501 East South Railroad Street (Hwy 71)
Award winning local wines
15 varieties, taste 1 or more
Wyttenbach’s have perfected their sweet fruit flavored wines
Now working on dry wines
Award Winning Allis Chalmers collection
o Allis Chalmers were manufactured in West Allis
o All US Made
Collection of toy farm machinery
1st tractor was found by Francis Greenachek in Hartford WI, collection has grown to 26 tractors
Always got the 1st look at local tractor ads when he was postmaster. No one beat him to a tractor he wanted
8. Litengard (little farm) 9:00-3:00
Many animals to view
o Alpacas, Icelandic sheep ewes and lambs
o Heritage Turkeys, Chickens
No chemical wormers, antibiotics or fertilizers used net fencing is used to rotate animals to make this possible
o Using and moving portable electric nets all day
o Try your hand at drop spindle spinning
Cuts of Lam, whole Chickens and Rabbits
Vendor List for “Colors of Kendall” fest to be held on October 11th..
Kelle’s Heavenly Cheesecakes – Cheesecakes on a stick!
Bedazzled Bottles – Decorated bottles with lights
Origami Owl – Jewelry
Pasch Cupcakes – Cupcakes
For Tails Only
Pink Zebra – Candle/wax company
Quilts & Crafts
Baskets & Paintings
Hickory Wind Farm Alpacas
Thirty- one- Totes and Handbags
Young Living Oils – Essential oils
Gehl’s Woodshop – Small wooden tems
L’Brie – Lotions, etc.
Apples & Antiques
organ Donation booth with paintings by Judi Pearl Pulaski
Lila Rose Hair Accessories
Janet’s booties & more
Linda Rieck Crafts
Jewelry in Candles
Make your photos big
Homemade laundry products
Heritage recipes – samplings from the traditional recipes of Kendall’s heritage
Author reading – Feckenmeyer’s Mailbox
Face painting and kids’ games
Antique car rides
9:00 -11:00 LeRoy Petersen, country guitar and bass voice
11:00 – 2:00 Patchouli with sparkling, acoustic sounds
2:00-4:00 Jim Giebel, acoustic guitar with familiar oldies
6:00 Tor Eness, country music for dancing and clapping
Music/Dancing in the Community Center
from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Plans are already afoot for this year’s Murder Mystery? Lots of secret goings on as the cast gets ready to wow you again this year with their selection for “murder and mayhem” in Kendall!!!
Tickets are already on sale at the following locations:
Kendall Co-Op Kendall Fastrip Kendall Library And, as always, from any KAACO member or cast member.