Find one-of-a-kind holiday gifts, home decor and more at Hawthorne Hill Farm

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NEW BERLIN -- Chip spent the morning at Hawthorne Hill Farm for their annual holiday market. Every year, the farm opens its doors for specialty weekends. The holiday market is the last one of the year. The barn is filled with all kinds of handmade treasures and holiday decorations, all made by local artists and artisans. It runs through Sunday.

All three floors of the barn, farmhouse, shed and grounds are filled with one-of-a-kind holiday gifts, home decor, fashion accessories, vintage, antiques, hand-made goods and more. Shop 50 local artisans and vendors.

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Hawthorne Hill Farm (website)

If walls could talk, the old boards and beams in the vintage barn on Small Road would reminisce about milking cows and sheltering horses. Now, they tell a different story. One of entrepreneurial spirit, creativity and inspiration. Wisconsin Artist Bonnie Lynn has transformed this historic farmstead into a unique destination where creativity and treasure hunting abounds.

Several special weekends each year, Hawthorne Hill Farm opens its barn doors to offer shopping markets. Treasures reflecting each theme fill the barn and farmhouse. Each event showcases Bonnie Lynn's own unique artwork and treasures, local artisans' works and handmade collectibles, invited guest artists and vendors. Thousands of visitors have experienced the magic of Hawthorne Hill Farm since it first opened to the public in 2010.

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