Enjoy all the fall festivities at the farm this weekend! Close to 100 vendors will offer many crafts and those festival foods we all love. Family and children's activities galore at the Pumpkin and Pickle Festival. Check out the full list of vendors and food trucks!

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Get your fresh produce, stock up on fall decor, visit the long list of vendors, take a hayride, it's all happening, and more at The Cottage in Owensboro.

The Cottage in Owensboro
The Cottage in Owensboro


You'll want to add this to your essential fall to-do list! Beyond enjoying the beautiful scenery, there'll be many vendors, a costume contest, a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, a corn maze, food, and lots of photo opportunities. If you're looking for fall family fun, this is the place to be.

Come out to the Pumpkin and Pickle Festival on Saturday, October 21st, and Sunday, October 22nd, 2023 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Every year, The Pumpkin & Pickle Festival aims to bring together the community in a fun and imaginative way,” said, said Marlene Knight, Owner of The Cottage. “We are continually overwhelmed by the creativity and enthusiasm displayed by our community. It’s heartwarming to see people of all ages and backgrounds coming together to celebrate Fall, Harvest, Pumpkins & Pickles.”



There will be fun prizes available if you dress in your Halloween best! To participate in the costume contest you'll need to register at the Pumpkin Booth before noon on Saturday.

Child (up to 12 years) - Filled Gift Basket

Adult - $100 Cottage Gift Card

Family / Group (3 or more) - $200 Cottage Gift Card



Great local businesses and various vendors will be on hand showing off handmade goods, boutique apparel, jewelry, and more. Come hungry to sample delicious food. Bring your camera for the many beautiful photo opportunities with the family.

Travel with MEV by Lisa R

Two Mothers

Blue Laundry Co

Positively Vinyl by Laura Harris

Grandma's Bakehouse

Heritage Children Services

Calico Corn

Merkai Minerals

Moon Child Creations

Shellbell's Scents&Things

Enteral Essence

Country Crafts

S&M Woods and Wares

Two Mothers

Rustic Haven Artworks LLC

Joyfully Katie

Harvest Moon Designs

Hillbilly’s BBQ

Oak and Olive

Snickerdoodle Bows

Bourbon Bottle Art

Quilt Box Antiques

KySunshine Krafts

Howard's Herbal Remedies

ChalkVille DIY Craft Bar

Doozie Doez

We Maid It Two Cleaning Services

Darling Crafts and More

Little Becca

Retro Lids Vintage Hats

Legacy Portrait Design

Sandra's Sewing & Glitter Tattoos

Big Roots Farm

Made with Love

Built to Roam Designs

Cabelle Creations LLC

Lisa’s Crafts

Neal’s Accessories

Botanical Treasures by Jen

Tastefully Simple

Erin's Essential Elements


Kona Ice of Owensboro

Wellness in a Bottle

Two Girls & a Flame

Kim’s custom essentials

Mi Cocinita

Key Fabrications LLC

Color Street

Phoenix Fire Stones

Kay_rista’s Kreations

The Brew Bridge

Heart to Home Designs

Mary Elizabeth's

JRudd's Crafts & Treasures

Lonestar Woodworks

Confetti Boutique

Blue House Fragrances

Busy Mama Mercantile

Dusty Mae Dog Treats

Debbie’s Customized Jewelry

Painting Patch

Benchmark Family Services

Board & Thread Custom Designs LLC

Sweet B’s Bakery

Kentucky Honey Farms

Donna's Dream Creations

Top Dog Concessions

Ruby Rose Boutique

Harmony Lavender Farm LLC

Redeemed Heritage Farm

Daviess County Public Library

Sophie Makes

The Sleeping Sages

Devine Designs by the G’s

Flo’s Custom Pieces

Old Fashioned Ice Cream & Concessions

Maggie Bee's Boutique & Gifts

Whipt Creations

Logan & Lace Boutique

Jessie unique art

Rae’s jewelry!




Stephen Farms & Garden, Whipt Creations LLC, The Brew Bridge, Mi Cocinita, Mr Frosty, Hillbilly’s BBQ LLC, Old Fashioned Ice Cream & Concessions, Top Dog Concessions, Doozie Doez, The Craft OBKY, and of course The Cottage will be serving food as well ALL day long!

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