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Odin Craft Mill’s fall show days begin Thursday, October 12

 

A SKY-HIGH drone photo of the Odin Craft Mill in Odin, Minnesota. (Odin Craft Mill photo)

 

An eclectic variety of products have been “warehoused” in “the Mill” in Odin over the course of the past several weeks in preparation for the fall shows of the Odin Craft Mill.

The 18th annual fall shows will run for three extended weekends – Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 12-15; Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 19-22 and Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 26-29. Fall Show hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday – 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday – 12 noon to 5 p.m.

Consignors from seven states will be displaying yard art, jewelry and crafts throughout the five buildings – with two levels. This fall there will be more repurposed furniture and reclaimed pieces than ever before.

Items will be spread throughout the authentic 1923 Odin Feed Mill, complete with the old grinding and mixing rooms (and the original equipment, including the overhead hoist and old warehouse) – to the 1917 Montgomery Ward house – to the 1927 Gordon Van Tine barn with its original floors, wallpaper and woodwork. This summer, the 99-year-old Montgomery Ward house saw some remodeling – which patrons will see for the first time this fall.

Additionally, lunch is available  in the Feed Mill’s old warehouse.

The Odin Craft Mill was the brainchild of Nancy Olson of Butterfield. Olson manages the operation, and during show days, it is staffed by volunteers from the surrounding area.

Autumn, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and winter’s wonderland are on the horizon – with lots of treasures available to do these seasons up right.

For additional info, go to the Odin Craft Mill’s website at http://www.odincraftmill.com/ – or check out their Facebook page.

 

odin craft mill in the beginning
IN THE BEGINNING, there was the 1923 Feed Mill (including the warehouse). Clear out a few buildings, add the 1917 Montgomery Ward Home and then the 1927 Gordon Van Tine Barn. Put them all together and renovate – and you have the Odin Craft Mill. (Odin Craft Mill photo)

 

THE ODIN CRAFT Mill has become one of the landmarks of downtown Odin.
THE ODIN CRAFT Mill has become one of the landmarks of downtown Odin – open during Fall and Spring Craft Shows.
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