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Homestead Coffee Roasters is about the closest our podunk Upper Black Eddy will ever have to a downtown. And thank goodness for that, because the place is super rad. Owned by the Lewis family since 1979, the Homestead specializes in fair trade, organic coffee roasted in small batches. Plus you can get all sorts of great food and snacks, right next to the tranquil, historic Delaware canal.

This Saturday, June 19, they’ll be hosting Coffee & Craft Fest 2010, featuring coffee tasting, live music, fuzzy alpacas, crafts, and yours truly. That’s right, Kristen will be there with potted plants, aromatic herbs, fresh greens, handspun yarn, and artisan paper goods. So come out and enjoy some lunch, sip some fair trade joe, and support your local economy!

Coffee & Craft Fest 2010

Saturday, June 19, 2010, 11AM – 4PM

Homestead Coffee Roasters
1650 Bridgeton Hill Road, Upper Black Eddy, PA
610-982-5121 map
Homestead on Facebook

UPDATE 6/23: I had a such a great time meeting lots of cool local folks and providing people with healthy food and handmade goodies! Here are a few photos of what you missed:

Our bounty of fresh herbs and greens.

Despite the heat, I brought out some of my handspun yarn.

I debuted some silkscreened, handmade paper cards along with other print and paper items.

People really sniffed out these potted herbs.

My quiet, friendly neighbors, the hum-dinger alpacas.

A small glimpse of the array of venders.


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