Time & Location
Jun 08, 2019, 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Creamery Brook Bison, 19 Purvis Rd, Brooklyn, CT 06234, USA
About The Event
All of your favorite summertime treats and local goods come together at our first annual Summer Festival at Creamery Brook Bison!
Join us for FOOD and FUN at our farm for our first annual Summer Festival at Creamery Brook Bison. Grab a meal or snack to share with your friends and family from one of the many food vendors serving Bison burgers, sandwiches, chowder, pizza, cotton candy, ice cream, roasted nuts and more!
We will also be featuring local crafters, selling locally raised and produced items for you to carry home. Choose from honey, hot sauce, syrup, cheese and much more!
Children can even join the fun by shaking their own butter, making their own ice cream in a bag or learning how seeds become their food.
Musical performances will take place throughout the day and there will also be 2 wagon rides to see the Bison on the farm.
Price is $5 per car / bike / walk-in
Styles With Purpose -leggings and apparel
Knives and Roses
A Step Ahead Designs-photography
Veronica Ferriss Artist-jewelry
String art and wood burnings
Eastconn Eagle Pow Wow
Selling birdhouses, bracelets and bars of "World's Best Chocolate"
Naturally based pampering products, soaps, lotions, bath bombs, skincare products
Mom's Angel Hands
Crochet goods of all types
Wholly Goat Farm
Handmade goat soaps, lotions and more
Arts & Minds
Boutique clothing and handmade hair accessories
Renewal by Andersen
Love Life Candles
Handmade Aromatherapy Candles
Creamery Brook Bison
Bison Burgers, Shakes, Chili
Red Box Canteen
Pulled Pork Sandwiches & French Fries
Green Valley Cotton Candy, LLC
Sylvias hot dogs
Canterbury Kettle Corn
Cross the River-
A local band based out of the Killingly FFA chapter. In 2017 the band started
to compete in the National FFA talent competition placing in the top 10 out of over 100
auditions. Its 3 members, Sam Antonelli, Ezra George and Jamison Mills have played in a
number of local gigs and most FFA events. All seniors in high school each is going to college
for music and is working to increase their skills. The band has a rocky bluesy sound with a hint
of folk in there. Powerful vocal harmonies and groovy drum beats set this group apart and give
them something distinct and special.
Wagon Rides to see the bison
Making ice cream
This ticket price is per car/bike/walk-in.