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Riverview, New Brunswick
October 3, 2003
Village Outfitters features Woolrich clothing. Deerskin Leather features their own work as well as brand names such as Birkinstock. Garnett Pottery features their own work and that of other local potters. Cloverfield’s sells locally made cloth items, and on it goes. There are a number of places featuring edibles, everything from nuts to smoked meat to jams and salad dressings, with everything done on-site. For a laugh, go into the Clubhouse (gifts for men), for your garden, go to the Garden Gate.
I really enjoyed the area. It was clean, attractive, and comfortable. Drop in.
From journal Amish Country: Faster Than a Speeding Buggy
New York, New York
October 2, 2003
Aside from all the fantastic shops, Kitchen Kettle Village offers plenty of other family friendly activities as well. Take a horse-drawn carriage ride down Pepper Lane or spend some "cuddle time" at the petting zoo. Learn what it means to "throw a pot" at Garnett Pottery. Watch how leather is "tooled" into beautiful belts, bags and totes at Deerskin Leather. Afterwards, check out one of the flavorful events that is undoubtedly underway. Host to four delicious festivals each year, the Village celebrates everything from rhubarb to chow-chow (an Amish relish).
Located in the heart of Amish Country, the Village guest quarters are not only quaint, but convenient for day trips as well. Kitchen Kettle Village is open year-round, Monday through Saturday. It is a definate must-see for anyone visiting Lancaster County!
From journal Beautiful Amish Country
September 24, 2002
From journal Pennsylvania Dutch Countryside