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We’re So Excited!!!
We are accepting reservations at both Zane Trace Inn and the Craft Farm for the rest of 2012!
Weekend Escape Packages and SuperSaver Packages Only
Starting April 2 thru December 20, 2012
Yes, you read it right! We are going to stay open at Zane Trace Inn and we will continue to offer retreats at the Craft Farm, too.
Call or email to make your reservation NOW!
Go to the Zane Trace Inn Reservation page or the Craft Farm Reservation page
Check the availability on each location for the date you want
(Always have 2 dates in mind because weekends book up fast!)
Complete and send the registration form via email with a click of the button
Call us at 740-743-9230 and please leave a message with a phone number where we can reach you between 7 – 10 pm.
Make your NEW reservation for April 2 – June 30 and get $10 Zaney Bucks for Hometown Crafts & Scrapbooking. Woo Hoo! (Not valid with any other discounts or offers.)
Zaney Girl & Crafty Girl Weekend Escape Packages include brunch on Saturday and Sunday plus dinner at the Clay Haus in Somerset on Saturday night for only $175 per person. Arrive at 5:00 pm on Friday and crop til you drop until 2:00 pm on Sunday. Valet service by the Zaney Guys is optional and provided for an additional fee.
Super Saver Weekend packages at Zane Trace Inn are $1200 for Friday from 5:00 pm until Sunday at 2:00 pm.
Super Saver Weekend packages at the Craft Farm are $900 for Friday from 5:00 pm until Sunday at 2:00 pm. We provide the space, you provide your own meals, snacks, drinks. It’s just like renting a beach house! Ladies, you can get away for a relaxing weekend for as little as $100 per person with the Super Saver Weekend package! Valet service by the Zaney Guys is optional and provided for an additional fee.
We’re excited about the opportunity to continue hosting retreats throughout 2012 and hope you will join us for a visit to either Zane Trace Inn or the Craft Farm soon.
Ken & Christi Eyerman
Make your memories come to life…come stay with us!
We’re gearing up for a busy Winter retreat season here at Zane Trace Inn and Craft Farm. There are only a few dates left so make sure you check out our calendars and make your reservations quickly. Each location has its own calendar and reservation form. If you need assistance with your reservation, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 740-743-9230. Please make sure you leave a phone number where I can reach you in the evenings.
Perry County is beautiful in the winter. Somerset is very picturesque with the steepled court house and historic buildings. And it’s great to get snowed in with Hometown Crafts And Scrapbooking right next door! This group had a blast “dashing thru the snow” to purchase some much needed supplies.
Hope to see you when the snow flies!
We had a great weekend, here at the Craft Farm, on our 2nd annual Think Pink Crop Weekend. We celebrated with wonderful food and laughter all weekend long. On Saturday, we went to Libby and Company Day Spa for a wonderfully relaxing day of pampering and giggling. They offer great facials, pedicures, massages, and manicures. It was great!
Bonnie, Donna, and Stephanie dutifully worked on big projects. Stephanie’s niece is getting married soon so she had volunteered to make these darling flower garden name tags, menus, and wedding programs. There are 150 guests expected at the wedding and reception so Stephanie used the Cricut to make all the little pieces and an assembly line approach to putting them together. It was quite a production! Hopefully, Stephanie’s niece will be suitably appreciative and everyone will ooh and ah over the beautifully crafted paper garden and other pieces.
Donna and Bonnie worked on National Scrapbooking Day projects for Hometown Crafts & Scrapbooking. My dear friends “scraplifted” ideas from a charity crop put on by the Scissor Sisters in Ashville, OH, last month. The projects are cute and easy to do but will certainly captivate any scrapbooker or cardmaker. Plus, they will make darling gifts to give for Mother’s Day or a birthday. You can call Donna at Hometown Crafts & Scrapbooking to make reservations for her National Scrapbook Day crop. (740-743-9334) She has limited spaces available so be sure and call for reservations.
Varina and I just did regular ol’ scrapping. I worked on few cards and some 12 x 12 pages plus I got my papers graded for school. My biggest problem was having too much paper but not anything that matched! So, I went to Hometown Crafts & Scrapbooking and stocked up on some pretty paper, cardstock and embellishments so I can “finish” my cancer journey book. Varina loved Stephanie’s pink and green, since those are her sorority colors, which happened to be the pages she was working on. The scrap fairy (Moi!) had to step in and help with a few of her pages. It’s a good thing we’ve known each other for a really long time! Ha Ha
The Think Pink Crop Weekend is to celebrate my anniversary of being in good health after conquering breast cancer. The ladies who attended graciously made donations to the Perry County Cancer Alliance and the American Cancer Relay for Life–Junction City Elementary team. Junction City Elementary School raised over $1900 for the Relay for Life. I am so proud of the students for supporting the Relay for Life. The 3rd – 5th grade students made the most beautiful cards in their art class, along with our art teacher Ms. Rollins, that I will be taking to the chemo clinic in Zanesville. First grade students donated a dollar to play Beach Blanket Bingo. Second grade students donated a dollar to go to a “dance” where we all did the Macarena, Hokey Pokey, and the Chicken Dance to name just a few. Fourth grade students donated a dollar to participate in crazy hat and sock days and to drink a pop in class. My co-workers, fantastic teachers/teacher assistants/staff members/principal and everyone at JCE, are tremendously supportive of my cancer journey and really got creative this year.
It was a great week at JCE that culminated in a wonderful weekend celebration with close friends. Thank you to: all the students and staff at JCE, the wonderful staff at Libby’s, Libby, Donna & Jim, Bonnie & Doug, Varina, Stephanie, Lori, Jan, and Ken. Love you all!