Come celebrate spring with renowned musicians, national speakers, historic demonstrators, food activists, western re-enactors, organic growers, gourmet chefs, see historic farm animals & poultry, and meet Ozarkian crafters.
Join more than 6,000 visitors at the spring garden festival of seeds, plants, music, culture and the celebration of historic foods. A hundred local vendors of plants, Ozark crafts, and hand made products will be on hand along with over sixty musicians on 3 stages filled with old-time music.
Learn more about heirloom gardening, seed saving, homesteading, eating local and preserving your harvest by guest speakers.
The Festival is held at Baker Creek village and farm, near Mansfield, MO. Come to Mansfield and follow signs. Free tent and RV camping; no need to register. There are also hotels in the local area or an hours drive west is Springfield. Food is available at the festival.
Spring Garden Festival is at Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company,
2278 Baker Creek Road, Mansfield, MO 65704, phone (417) 924-8917
Springfield, Missouri, Convention & Visitors Bureau Tourist Information Center: 3315 E. Battlefield Road, Springfield, MO 65804.
Admission: $5.00 per person, pay at the event. Children 16 and under are free. All pets over 20 lbs must be pre-approved. No weapons.
Vendors, this is Baker Creek’s largest heritage garden event. Vendors and crafters, call for info: 417-924-8917. (Spaces are limited) Space is free to non-profits & those providing historic demonstrations.
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