Among fields of lavender


A lavender wreath workshop is a popular activity at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival. In the foreground from left are Heather Crawford from Delaware, Ohio receiving instructions from Kym Prell of the Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm where the annual festival is held in Clinton County.

A lavender wreath workshop is a popular activity at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival. In the foreground from left are Heather Crawford from Delaware, Ohio receiving instructions from Kym Prell of the Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm where the annual festival is held in Clinton County.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The musicians known as Catty Wampus contributed to the mood Saturday morning at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival on Martinsville Road.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Attendees of the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival near Martinsville roamed around and dodged some raindrops Saturday. But even if the sky wasn’t blue, the fields were still lavender. Now in its 11th year, the festival, held at Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm, continues to have the same soothing feel. Pictured are two Wilmingtonians; from left are Jacki Osborn and Emma Heys. They are picking their own lavender to keep.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A lavender wreath workshop is a popular activity at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival. In the foreground from left are Heather Crawford from Delaware, Ohio receiving instructions from Kym Prell of the Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm where the annual festival is held in Clinton County.

The musicians known as Catty Wampus contributed to the mood Saturday morning at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival on Martinsville Road.

Attendees of the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival near Martinsville roamed around and dodged some raindrops Saturday. But even if the sky wasn’t blue, the fields were still lavender. Now in its 11th year, the festival, held at Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm, continues to have the same soothing feel. Pictured are two Wilmingtonians; from left are Jacki Osborn and Emma Heys. They are picking their own lavender to keep.

A lavender wreath workshop is a popular activity at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival. In the foreground from left are Heather Crawford from Delaware, Ohio receiving instructions from Kym Prell of the Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm where the annual festival is held in Clinton County.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_workshop.jpgA lavender wreath workshop is a popular activity at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival. In the foreground from left are Heather Crawford from Delaware, Ohio receiving instructions from Kym Prell of the Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm where the annual festival is held in Clinton County. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The musicians known as Catty Wampus contributed to the mood Saturday morning at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival on Martinsville Road.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_catty_wampus.jpgThe musicians known as Catty Wampus contributed to the mood Saturday morning at the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival on Martinsville Road. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Attendees of the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival near Martinsville roamed around and dodged some raindrops Saturday. But even if the sky wasn’t blue, the fields were still lavender. Now in its 11th year, the festival, held at Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm, continues to have the same soothing feel. Pictured are two Wilmingtonians; from left are Jacki Osborn and Emma Heys. They are picking their own lavender to keep.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_u_pick.jpgAttendees of the Summer Solstice Lavender Festival near Martinsville roamed around and dodged some raindrops Saturday. But even if the sky wasn’t blue, the fields were still lavender. Now in its 11th year, the festival, held at Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm, continues to have the same soothing feel. Pictured are two Wilmingtonians; from left are Jacki Osborn and Emma Heys. They are picking their own lavender to keep. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal