Come Join Friends, Family & Fun

at the Riggin Brick Barn Fest on the New, Earlier Dates

   Saturday and Sunday

                                           August 27 & 28, 2016
                                                                      Hours:   

                                                 Saturday 9:30 a.m.~5:00 p.m.
                                                 Sunday 10:00 a.m.~4:00 p.m     

                                                            Booth Rent:

                                                $45.00/$55.00 (after August 1)
                                                          Sponsorship Costs:

                                                Milk Can/$150 or Milk Bottle/$75

                                                          ADMISSION FREE

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Shoppers Posing at the Milk Wagon

The Riggin Family is very excited to host our fourth annual Riggin Brick Barn Fest. We would like to invite all local and surrounding area exhibitors and crafters to sell and display their unique, hand crafted, creative and/or antique merchandise. We will not be charging admission fees to help encourage lots of shoppers to attend. We had so many wonderful booths the last three years and encourage all the vendors to return. We plan on expanding the amount of booths available, so if you were not a part of the Barn Fest in'13, '14 or '15, please feel free to join us. We also plan to add some fun things for the children to do while attending the Barn Fest. We learned a lot during our first years and plan on making this year's Riggin Brick Barn Fest bigger and better. We hope that by moving the dates to a warmer time of year will encourage the vendors as well as the crowds to come and enjoy the festivities.


2016 Indiana Bicentennial Barn Quilt

2016 Indiana Bicentennial Quilt to be on Display During The Riggin Brick Barn Fest

What an honor it is that the Riggin brick barn represents Delaware County on the Bicentennial Quilt that was crafted by quilters from all 92 counties of Indiana. It will travel to many venues across the state and it will be shown exclusively at the Riggin Brick Barn Fest this summer. The date of the RBBF was changed to accommodate the travel schedule.