Stove Sale Kick-Off AND Fall Festival Highlight September at Lehman’s

Although summer may not be ‘officially’ over–it’s clear and sunny today at Lehman’s–we’re all looking ahead to our big fall events. And you’re invited!

The Waterford Stanley Cookstove

Blue Porcelain Wood Burning Stanley Cookstove, at or Lehman’s in Kidron, Ohio.

Stove Sale Kick-Off Sale: September 13,14, 15
As the days grow shorter, it’s not too late to start thinking about that new wood cook stove or heat stove, and have it installed by our experts.  We still have plenty of stoves in stock, and this is the time to come and select the one that will keep you and your family warmest and coziest. Our accessories area is fully stocked too, with everything you need to stay warm and safe as the weather gets cooler. And don’t forget to pop out back to the patio: save 35% on featured models in our exceptional line of grills!

The first day of the grill sale will be extra-special, too. On Thursday, September 13, we’re hosting ESPN-Cleveland’s “Really Big Show” live at our Kidron store. Come watch Tony Rizzo and Aaron Goldhammer put together this popular broadcast, and be part of the live audience.

Little Town Granola’s meet and greet at Fall Festival 2011.

Fall Festival: September 15, 2012, 10 am – 3 pm
Yes, it’s family-friendly, yes, there’s great music from Honeytown in the Cast Iron Cafe from 11-2, but let’s face it: the most fun may very well be in sampling all the locally made foods! For starters, we’ll be featuring Little Town Granola, made right here in Kidron, along with locally-grown popcorn and apple cider. Make your own butter at the butter churning demo, and learn how to prepare seasonal goodies from the garden too. We’ll have games for the children to play, and crafts that the whole family can do–together. Plus, the Stove Kick Off  and 35% off grill sale will still be going strong. Check out the pictures below to see the fun from last year. (We promise as much, if not more, fun this year!)

Don’t miss the festive decorations all around the Kidron store.

First, the locally-grown corn is popped on a wood-fired cook stove with a traditional dasher popper…

…then the fresh, hot, tasty samples are served to our Fall Festival guests.

Kidron-based Honeytown rocks the house.