MASONTOWN — Christmas at the Barn will take place this year, but with COVID-19 restrictions.
“You wouldn’t want to start your holiday season anywhere else,” Debbie Umble, one of the organizers, said. “We will have more than 20 vendors spread across three barns for you to walk through.”
Christmas at the Barn is celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this year.
For 20 years, the event — organized by a group of friends — was held in Pennsylvania as Christmas at the Cabins. But it outgrew that space and those friends looked for a new location. The Street family offered its farm, outside Masontown.
Featured this year will be vintage Christmas ornaments, the work of local artisans, jewelry, soap, paintings, stained glass, baskets, leather, folk art, “funky finds,” antiques, primitives, tattered and torn, flea market treasures, rescued furniture, shabby chic, holiday treats, man cave items and fixer uppers.
The event will be from noon-9 p.m. Nov. 5-7 and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 8.
Food vendors will be on site. Parking is free.
Umble said this is an outdoor event with a large shopping area. COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. Masks and social distancing are requested.
Checks or cash only will be accepted. No pets or smoking on the premises are allowed.
More information is available at Christmasatthebarn.com. To get there, turn from Rt. 7 at the former Main’s Pharmacy in Masontown onto Depot Way, then go left at the Y in 0.8 miles and follow the signs. Do not follow directions given by GPS as they are inaccurate.