Green Lake Magazine Green Lake Magazine 2012 - Page 62

62 | Green Lake magazine 2012 GREEN LAKE LAWN SERVICE, LLC Serving the Area for Over 40 Years /DZQPRZLQJ 6QRZSORZLQJ /DQGVFDSLQJ 7ULPPLQJ 3URSHUW\ &OHDQXS )HUWLOL]LQJ :HHG &RQWURO -RKQ .DSHODQVNL We use organic fertilizers 920-295-3835 SELF STORAGE UNITS $9$,/$%/( Want to purchase that perfect gift that will be treasured for a long time? Attend the 11th annual From the Land Folk Art Festival October 27 and 28 on the Toll/Londowski family farm in Green Lake. For the discerning shopper, From the Land offers over a hundred artists who are individually selected for their quality, uniqueness, and creativity of their art. No matter what your budget, you will get that special gift, be it for yourself, a friend, or relative. ̈܈i݅L}>]V>i] needle-punched and appliqu items, hand-forged garden art and tools, baskets, jewelry and clothes, painting and photography, pottery, including traditional redware pottery, antler art, recycled tire mats and mirrors, wood carvings, Wisconsin novelist books, painted folk art, stained glass, educational toys and games, Papier- mch, concrete and junk garden art, birdfeeders, and recycled barnboard furniture. For the gourmet, there are salsas, pickles, pie llings, dried soup and ʓi]y>ۜiʫ>>]ʅi] and jams and jellies. Pasture-fed beef, lamb, pork, and chickens raised by local farmers are also available for purchase, along with an abundance of vegetables, including garlic, leeks, potatoes, brussel sprouts, squash, and a few surprises!Buttery potato fries, kettle corn, chocolate candy, and caramel apples are available for you to enjoy as you browse the displays on the farm grounds and in the barn, corn crib, and pole shed. Enjoy a ham sandwich, old-fashioned hot dog, hot spiced cider or coffee in the pole shed. Dont forget to try Rays fried sauerkrauthe promises no gas. For dessert enjoy a treat from the European Bakery or a slice of pie from the Pie Shoppe, sponsored by the local PTA.Randy Korb, naturalist, will be speaking both days at 11:00 a.m. on amphibians and at 1:00 p.m. on monarch butteries. Enjoy the folk music of Jim Anger both days as he strolls the grounds.