Twice each year, Sycamore Farms in Waterloo opens its doors to self-proclaimed junkers for Junkstock, a festival featuring vendors, music, food and more. Organizers are celebrating the festival’s 10th anniversary this year.
Approximately 200 vendors come from in-state and out-of-state to sell their handmade and vintage items. From lavender candles to antique jewelry to homemade charcuterie boards, customers have thousands of products to search for to find the perfect item.
The festival’s fall session, Harvest Edition 2021, started Oct. 1 and will continue the weekend of Oct. 8-10.
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