Case Barlow Farm decorated for the season
Using live and dry materials, members Alice Caniglia, Faye Duber, Barb Earnhardt, Ann Ingling, and Carol Lasko beautified the historic farmhouse for the Holiday House event and the season.
Case Barlow Farm and Hudson Heritage Association representatives were pleased and thankful for our Club’s support of their event, and we did receive publicity in the Akron Beacon Journal and Hub. A wonderful variety of material - grapevine, red twig, holly, white birch and pine branches, dried flowers, fruit and seed heads, and pinecones - were given and arranged on the back porch and side porch of the farmhouse. Daniela Baloi’s purple beauty berries branches, once stripped off leaves, became a garland on a potted spruce tree. Grapevine was wrapped around the porch posts and railing. A child’s potty chair was decorated with holly and placed near the public restroom doorway. Crocks and barrels belonging to CBF were filled with red twig dogwood, dried limelight hydrangeas, pine branches, tall sedum seed heads. A wreath was hung on the back door and a swag graced the side door’s porch. A hanging basket was filled with greenery and hung on coat pegs in the house.