ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE at The Shop at Shepherd’s Cross

Everyone is welcome to come out to the farm for our Annual Open House!  We will assist you with your holiday shopping, by offering 10% off your purchases. 
 
We have unique one of a kind gifts, such as our wool products that we grow, process and dye ourselves at the farm.  We sell yarn, scarves, silk products, jewelry, wool rugs, hand crafted iron gifts, handmade children’s toys, books, handmade cards, baby items, needle felting supplies, fiber spinning and weaving supplies, Christmas ornaments, essential oils, meats, dried fruits and nuts, Amish baked goods, jams, honey.  You can find something for everyone on your shopping list.  We accept major credit cards, EBT cards, cash and checks (with proper ID).
 
We have Mission items for sale, these are made by missionaries and mission groups from around the world.  We return 100% of the proceeds back to them.  Some of the countries represented include: Afghanistan, Uganda, Malawi, Thailand, Kyrgyzstan, India & Mongolia.
 
As you shop, be sure to enjoy complimentary cider, coffee, cappuccino, tea, snacks, nuts, Amish baked goods, candy, fudge, and other goodies. 
 
If you would like to display and sell your goods in our shop (as over 50 local crafters do) please complete an application while you are here.  Our current consignors are welcome to drop off their goods.
 
Shepherd’s Cross is a “Made in Oklahoma Company & Producer” and an “Animal Welfare Approved Farm” so our animals and fiber products also carry those honors.  We are an educational and Accredited Agritourism Facility.  In addition to the shop the farm also hosts a Farm Museum, Bible Garden and a Mini Wool Mill.  You are welcome to come out anytime year round, Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.  We do close for major Holidays.
 
If you need more information please call us at 918-342-5911, or visit our website at www.ShepherdsCross.com.  Our address is 16792 East 450 Road, Claremore, OK 74017.  We also have an online store at www.ShepherdsCross.biz.

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