Monday, October 3, 2016

Ringle Harvest Day - 20th Anniversary Vendor Map

Ringle Harvest Day - 20th Anniversary Vendor Map


This is the Ringle Town Hall - on Town Hall Road off of Cty Hwy Q.  This area is where the Popplewood 4-H food stand, Good Samaritan Apostolic Church, Egg Rolls, RC Kettle Korn, Jim Dalbec food will be.  Also, 20th Anniversary T-Shirts for sale in 4-H area along with face painting and other things the 4-H families sell.



This area has no #'s marked XTRA with Your Name - if I have it - Sprayed on the ground - 20' x 20'

Xtra: Bob Lotter
Xtra:  Penny Esker
Xtra:  St. John's Lutheran Youth Group (Wenzel Apples) 


Next to this building starts with the # booths on the blacktop of the Ringle Town Hall.




Booth #: 20' x 20'
1.  Judy Pliske
2. Margaret Larson

(#3-10 - 10' on blacktop 10' on gravel deep)
3. James & Jacqueline Badlik
4. Pat Champine
5. Phil Heineke/Scott Ebben
6.  Jean Dedo 
7.  Mandy DAntonio
8.  Dawn Hendrickson
9.  Barb Woller
9 1/2 Mary Dorshak
10.  Dan Schotz
(#11-13 10' x 40' booth 11 is now in front of garage - 10')
11. Mary Jansen
11 1/2.  Julie Wagner
12.  John Grunewald
13.  John Grunewald



In the middle of the parking lot 20' x 20' booth #: 

14.  OPEN 15.  Pam Zahn
16.  Mardi Meyer
17. Richard Murdzek
18. Richard Murdzek
19. Sara Ament
20.  Lenny Pingle


Along the parking lot south side booths #21-26 20' x 20'
21.  Pat Drews
22.  Pat Drews
23.  Joyce Habeck
24.  Joyce Habeck
25.  Ken Bierhals
26.  Ken Bierhals



Across the street from the Ringle Town Hall is the Mountain Bay Parking lot area.  The grassy field is booths #27 - 34 they are 20'x 20':

27.  Bob Pautz
28.  Barb Hammons
29.  Barb Hammons
30.  Barb Hammons
31.  Heidi Roloff
32.  Jamie Boggs
33.  Jamie Boggs
34.  Pearl Hetzel




Directly across the street from the Town Hall in the grass is the petting zoo and booths #35-37 (generous 20' x 20')

35.  Too Wet This Year
36.  Sharon Rothman
37.  Don Guse




In the Mountain Bay Trail gravel parking lot are booths #38 - 52.  These are a generous 20' x 20' 

38.  Town Hall Trinkets
39.  Town Hall Trinkets - these 2 booths are me...if you are 
        looking for Jacky this is me and my business
40. Holly Sullivan
41.  Lee Rye
42.  Dave Kutten
43.  Gene Bousley
44. Gary Bousley
45.  Bruce Goetsch
46.  Victoria Tesch
47.  Amanda Nowak
48.  Pat Frank
49.  Patty Zernecke
50.  Catherine BeCraft
51.  Caretaker's Cottage
52.  Caretaker's Cottage

They you walk through the walking path over the Mountain Bay Trail and into the grassy field that is fenced in.  These are booths #53 - 72 they are about 20' x 20':

53.  Tim Maas
54.  Tim Maas
55.  Uffdahhh
56.  Uffdahhh
57.  Lary Stickney
58.  Pat & Pam Gaulke
59.  
60. Calista Wendt
61.  Calista Wendt
62.  Aunt Sharon
63.  "Lori Ullenbrauck" - her family
64. 
65.  Kathy Klement/Sherfinski
66.  Gary Kickbusch
67.  Michelle & Kevin
68.  Pat & Mike Krohn
69.  Sue Janz
70.  Phil Rowell
71.  Nancy Hackbarth
72. Gary Krueger

Then on the outside of that fenced in area on 1st Ave. are booths #73 - 77 With names spray painted on the ground for Xtas on the end....these are 10' x 40' sell to middle of road

Xtra:  Sara Hooper
Xtra:  Destiny Hornik
73.  Jon Rossmiller
74.  Sherri Goss
75.  Rebecca Bahr
76.  BeGypsy Creations - Kleman
77.  Klare Yarish



So 1st Ave. runs to this corner and then down Helmock Street  - these will have your names on the ground.



Xtra booths no # but names on Hemlock:  these are 10' x 40' and sell to middle of road

Renee Borth
Renee Borth
Dick Hanson
Dick Hanson
Dick Hanson

This area is by the old town garage - the Ringle Fire Department will have their food stand here, COW cheese curds and Maple Street are the following booths #78-88 these are 20' x 20':



Booth #
78.  Berg
79.  Berg
80.  John's Tradin Shack
81.  John's Tradin Shack
82.  Henry Blarek
83.  Bill Kasten
84.  Wilson Creek Orchard
85.  EcoPurse Project
86.  Cheryl D.
87.  Linda Gray
88.  Audre' & Ray Hanson

Then going down 1st Avenue are booths #89-93 and #99&100 these are 10' x 40' sell to middle of road






89.  Bittersweet Antiques
90.  Lenny Ciegielski
91.  Louie
92.  Louie
93.  Tim
99.  Teresa Harvey
100.  Teresa Harvey

Then going up Birch Street to 2nd Avenue we have booths 94-98.  These are 10' x 40' sell to middle of street.


Xtra Booth:  
94.  Second Chance Antiques, Ken & Tammy Schabach
95.  Sheryl Johnson
96.  Gary Wincentsen
97.  Shirley Taylor
98.  Wichalcz

Now at the corner of 2nd Ave and Birch is this garage




And this grassy field - this is a new selling area.  The booths will be 20' x 20' or so... Sellers in here are:

Xtra:  Kathy Springberg
Xtra:  Jeannie Dahlke
Xtra:  Leilani Neuman
Xtra:  Northwoods Beard  Co.
Xtra:  Rebecca Wyne
Xtra:  Ted Bullard
Xtra:  Chuck





This map is subject to change.  Depending on weather, I might not have all booths marked until Saturday a.m.  it just depends on how dry everything is.  

If you do NOT see your name on here and you want to set up call me at (715) 297-0197.  Some previous vendors have not contacted me or have and haven't paid so I don't have you down.  

Pray for good weather - blessings from Ringle, Wisconsin.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Popplewood 4-H 20th Anniversary - Ringle Harvest Day

             
                Popplewood 4-H 20th Annual 
                        Ringle Harvest Day

                 Saturday, October 8th - 9-3
                       110 Vendor Booths
                 spread out in our little town
                 (Hwy 29 and Cty Hwy Q north)
                      12 Miles East of Wausau

              Antiques, Vintage, Repurposed
                      Art, Handmades, Crafts
               Pumpkins, Corn Stalks, Apples
  
             Kraft's Kuddly Kritters Petting Zoo

             Food vendors:  Kettle corn, egg rolls
             Ringle Fire Dept., Popplewood 4-H
                    Cheese curds, french fries
                      Baked goods and snacks 

                    Held Rain, Shine or Snow
                          FREE ADMISSION 

LIKE our facebook page:  Ringle Harvest Day



Sunday, August 28, 2016

2016 20th Annual Ringle Harvest Day Contract

Hard to believe, but this is our 20th year.  What started as a small vintage sale at our farm has grown into this!  Keep checking the facebook page and blog for updates on the event.  Thanks.  Pray for good weather!

20th Annual Ringle Harvest Day

Date:  Saturday, October 8, 2016 
Time:  9 am - 3 pm
Booth size:  20' x 20' or 10' x 40'  -  ALL BOOTHS $25 each

If you previously set up, you may have your same booth (s). 

Set Up:  Friday (10/7) starting at noon and Saturday (10/8)  

If you do choose to set up Friday, there is NO SECURITY - we are not responsible for lost or stolen items.   I set up on Friday and then wrap a tarp around my items.   

Payment:  Town Hall Trinkets, LLC
                    R4679 Town Hall Road
                    Ringle, WI 54471

Please enclose your email address as I will forward you your setup information, booth number all via your email.

If you are a new vendor you may call me at (715) 297-0197 for more information if you need it.  It's pretty simple...you PREPAY (non refundable), you set up, you sell.  

I have many new vendors interested.  I only have space for 110 or so...I know I say it each year, but you really need to pay me BEFORE the event.  

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(signature)

Vendor information:  ________________________
                                        ________________________

                                        ________________________
                                        ________________________
email:  __________________________________
web page information for sharing:  _______________
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any additional information to share on what you will bring?
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Payment DEADLINE to secure booth(s):  October 1, 2016

Thank you.  

Jacky Luetschwager

Monday, October 12, 2015

2015 - 19th Annual Popplewood 4-H Ringle Harvest Day

We sure were blessed with a beautiful day, lots of people and awesome customers.  Thank you to all who came out to our event. 

Thank you also to:  

Brian and Angie Burgoyne,
 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Burgoynes-Toilet-Rental-Septic-Services-LLC/152084694833255

for donating all the toilets!  

Veolia - for the dumpsters.
Scott & Marcia Habeck - land use.
Marathon County Park's Department - land use.
Town of Ringle (Dan Zynda)
Country Fresh Meats - donation to 4-H food stand 
https://countryfreshmeats.com/

I hate to start naming - I might forget someone...if, I did, sorry and thank you too.

Here are a few photos of the day.















Next year will be our big 20th Anniversary celebration.  We are planning some exciting things and printing tshirts.  

Hope to see you all next year, our event is always the 2nd Tuesday in October.  Next year, October 8th.

Blessings from Ringle, Wisconsin. 

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Popplewood 4-H 19th Annual Ringle Harvest Day

Thanks for looking at our blog!  

Saturday, October 10, 2015 is the day!  We are excited for the event as it is so much fun!  Even in the snow and rain...which, thank the Lord, it will NOT be doing this year!  

If you are wondering what this is all about, let me give you the 411.

Ringle, Wisconsin is located on County Hwy Q (north) and Hwy 29.  We are 12 miles east of Wausau in Marathon County.  

We have over 100 vendor booths that wind through our rural town, on the sides of our roads, in open fields, in the mountain bay trail and Ringle municipal building parking lots.  It is not a terrible amount of walking as it is all connected through the walk way of the mountain bay trail and Ringle isn't that big.

We have several food vendors and the Ringle town hall is open with plenty of seating.  The Ringle fire department also has seating by their booth.  Food at both ends of the event.  

We also hire Kraft's Kuddly Kritters petting zoo who will be here in the morning.  

If you come, you may park in the church parking lot, On Q Collision parking lot and grass and along the roads.  Most vendor spaces are open enough that if you purchase something big, you may drive up to the booth or area for pickup. 

FREE event!

It really is a "picker's paradise" - best story in 19 years....a vendor sold a Nancy Ann doll for $25 - apparently it was rare - even the buyer didn't know - well, the buyer sold it on Ebay for over $2,500 - so, yes, there still are treasures to find!




We hope you come on out - Blessings from Ringle, Wisconsin.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

2015 19th Annual Ringle Harvest Day - Contract

This is the contract information for the 19th Annual Ringle Harvest Day.

We are trying to eliminate extra copies and mail expenses - so this year....the contract is online.  If you know of a vendor who doesn't have access to the internet, please have them call me at (715) 297-0197.  I am a volunteer - not taking any payment for my services - our vendor cost is low - I expect you all will understand where I am coming from in doing this all online.  Thanks.


Date:  Saturday, October 10, 2015 
Time:  9 am - 3 pm
Booth size:  20' x 20' or 10' x 40'  -  ALL BOOTHS $20 each

If you previously set up, you may have your same booth (s). 

Set Up:  Friday (10/9) starting at noon and Saturday (10/10)  

If you do choose to set up Friday, there is NO SECURITY - we are not responsible for lost or stolen items.   I set up on Friday and then wrap a tarp around my items.   

Payment:  Town Hall Trinkets, LLC
                    R4679 Town Hall Road
                    Ringle, WI 54471

Please enclose your email address as I will forward you your setup information, booth number all via your email.

Thank you.  


Sunday, October 12, 2014

What a Great Day

Thank you to all the great customers who came out Saturday!  It was a beautiful day and we had great sales.  I have had calls from old and new vendors wanting to make sure they get their booth for next year.  This was an old hog feeder I made into a centerpiece for Fall, I added pumpkins, squash and grape vines - it sold right away.  

 Blessings from Ringle.