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Hodges Farm Country Antiques Going Strong After 28 Years

Hodges Farm Country Antiques began 28 years ago when Dawn Hodges and Carol Turner decided  to have a “sale” in their garage during the Roundtop Antiques Show which was a mere 35 miles away. Fifteen years later, they were still selling gourds, folk art, and antiques to an unbelievable crowd.  The pair were utilizing all of the outbuildings, including an 1850 log cabin.  They had to set up tents as well to accommodate the large number of dealers who had partnered with them for the event.  The pair of entrepreneurs gave tours of the Hodges’ home which included a sampling of delicious homemade cake.  For fifteen fun-filled years, an extra pasture had to be opened up for parking on the first day of the show.  Eventually, the show outgrew its accommodations.  Ms. Hodges and Ms. Turner were forced to move the show to Kenney where the indoor, air conditioned Kenney Hall provided protection from both heat and other acclimate weather conditions. 

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Textiles, assorted furniture, hand-made jewelry, and folk art.  gourds, dried everlastings

Hodges Farm Country Antiques will be open one week in the spring and one week in the fall during the Round Top Show from Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM.  Parking and admission are free to the public. 

There are 30+ dealers with a plethora of merchandise to entice interested customers. The venue carries American country pieces, primitives, crocks, baskets, French country finds, retro, vintage finds, textiles, assorted furniture, hand-made jewelry, and folk art.  Gourds, dried everlastings, and hints of Christmas appear in the fall of the year.  See More Hodges Country Farm Antiques

Wonderful array of Antiques, Handmade,  Plants, Cookbooks, Christmas Gifts

Fall is always a special time of the year for shopping. The weather is cooler and anticipation for the upcoming holidays fills the air.  Hodges Farm Antique Show has everything you could possibly want for your home. The farm is dressed up for fall and just waiting for you to come for a visit. You can take a tour of the Hodges home which includes a log cabin and an 1865 house and have a piece of homemade cake as a special treat.
Our dealers are gathering a wonderful array of antiques, handmade,  plants, and more! If you are looking for American country, primitives, crocks, baskets, retro, industrial items, furniture etc. this is the place to find it. We will have several dealers offering their handmade treasures. Cheryle will be here with hand-crafted jewelry. New dealer,  Gary will be offering hand-crafted wooden bowls and knives. Frances will have her darling fall-themed handmade felt items (she sold out this last spring).
Donna Munson is coming back first day ONLY, with punch needle crafts and more. She will be demonstrating her craft and has patterns available. Di and her husband will have original art and also some stained glass. Diane Beyer will be back in the old log cabin with her darling hand-crafted primitive fall and Christmas treasures. We will have gourds, handmade corn shuck garlands/wreaths, dried everlastings, and birch wreaths, all great additions to any home.
The brand new MORE Country Favorites from Hodges Farm Cookbook will be available. Dawn will be signing books and don’t forget to get some for Christmas gifts. You can follow her on TikTok as Hodges Farm Texas and on Facebook as Hodges Farm Texas Cooking. We will post pictures of the show a couple of days before opening day. We are 12 mi. S. of Brenham on Hwy 36, address is 6346 Hwy 36 N. 77418. We are open Tuesday, October 24 thru Saturday the 28th from 9-4 daily. No admission and free parking.

Hodges Farm: A Taste of what “Round Top Used to Be”

Dawn and Carol like to say that their show is “like what Round Top used to be.” Through the years,  Frank Bielec from Trading Spaces on TLC was even a vendor for several shows adding even more notoriety and much humor to the excellent reputation of the Hodges Farm Show.

Kenney Hall is located 10 miles south of Brenham on Hwy. 36 and 7 miles north of Bellville.  When planning your trip, be sure to visit Nothing Ordinary, a huge mall packed with varied booths offering virtually everything that a shopper could hope to find.  

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American country pieces, primitives, crocks, baskets, French country finds

Hodges Farm Country Antiques can also be found on Facebook at Hodges Farm .  Pictures of booths are typically  posted there on Sundays. Hodgesfarmtexas on Tiktok  boasts 216,000 followers.  

Dawn Hodges and Carol Turner never ventured to dream of the success of The Hodges Farm shows.  They give credit where credit is due by thanking God for His direction in constructing and maintaining a crafter’s  and collector’s paradise which has never really seen a “bad show.”




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