Over the years, the event expanded to include ribs, ice cream cones, the NDCL marching band, balloon artistry, llamas, alpacas, antique cars, face painting, dollar raffles, door prizes, 50-50 drawings, and a jam-packed patron book.
When the sisters did the baking from scratch, they’d gather apples from the SND orchards on Green and Chardon Auburn roads and make half the pies during the weeks of Lent. Then, they’d make another 500-600 before each of the two barbecue Sundays, typically about 2,500 each year.
Ohio proud and family owned since 1997, Sirna’s Farm Inc, has been offering quality fresh home grown, seasonal vegetables, herbs, and local products without the use of chemicals through both their market and CSA program.
Recently the owners of BrewWorks teamed up with Chardon Tomorrow in an effort to give the establishment a brand new makeover. If you haven’t been to Chardon BrewWorks yet, you must make every effort to go and check it out.