It has taken two years and a lot of work to restore the kitchen and bakery, bringing everything up to current code. As of Thursday , July 18, 2013 our MDA (MN Dept of Agriculture) license is approved and we can start baking. So, this year we will once again offer fresh apple cider donuts, apple pies, turnovers, strudels and our legendary caramel apple puff squares. Save room!
Archives for July 2013
Over the Winter, Kevin Breeggemann , Minnesota Harvest General Manager ( and architect/builder) drew up handsome plans for a 100 FT long barn. We needed space for workshops and equipment storage. However, as prospective brides came to tour the grounds, the drawing caught their eye. One by one, they reserved the barn for their wedding day. (this year) With the Spring rains, our barn raising was slowed a bit, but you would never know it now. Brother Fred Breeggemann put our crew to work as you can see below. So, the Red Barn will be ready to open in August for grand festivities. That explains the stained glass windows and vintage chandeliers. With seating for over 500 people, we expect there will be others who find it a great place to meet. If you are already married how about a Family Reunion?
Gail Obbarius, best friend since 1950, is lending her decades of experience in Antique and Estate Sales to launch the shop atMinnesota Harvest Dickens Village. Vintage linens, pottery,china, copper and brass, glass, silver…….Come scout out the finds.