Gifts & Specialty
5 Kidz Kandy offers hand pressed coffees, espresso and lattes. Breakfast and lunch is served all day. There are 24 flavors of Ice cream, and milk shakes, and eighty plus flavors of frozen lattes and iced coffees. Daily lunch specials, baked goods, gourmet chocolates and gifts.
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
There is parking on the street.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg go 1.1 miles, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto US-19 N/E High St/Mt Morris Rd., continue to follow US-19 N/E High St. for 102 miles, destination will be on the left.
Elysian Fields Farm is 200 acres of farmland in Greene County, Pennsylvania and the home of the “Safe Alternative method,” a highly strategic quality control system used at Pure Bred Lamb to ensure the delivery of the best possible lamb product.
Pure Bred’s Keith Martin and Thomas Keller offer a new perspective on one segment of this industry, raising lamb, a method that puts the animal first and as a result makes what this farmer and this chef believe is the best possible lamb.
The farm offers the highest quality product to restaurants across the country and specialty food retailers in the Pittsburgh area. They also offer the same product for the home consumer on their website.
Specializes in hand-painted ceramics and also food-safe dishes/serving pieces. Stop in and see what can be customized for you! Gift shop is packed full of crafts and home decor made by local artisans.
The shop is open Wednesday, Thursday, or by appointment. Classes are available!
There are two parking lots behind the business, one in the lower yard and another almost directly behind the shop.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg go 1.1 miles, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto PA-21 W/E High St/Mt Morris Rd., continue to follow PA-21 W for 7.5 miles, destination will be on the left.
The Most Haunted County in America
The far southwest corner of Pennsylvania looks on the surface to be a pleasant rolling, river-cut landscape carpeted with vegetation and trees. But underneath is a bloody history and a supernatural reality brimming with ghosts, aliens, unknown creatures – and things that can change a person’s life forever.
Kevin Paul, a native of Greene County, and paranormal researcher Rosemary Ellen Guiley take you deep into Greene County’s dark and unexplored corners to uncover a twilight world that exists alongside of us, waiting for us to be in the right place at the right time to make itself known. Here are true stories of drifting ghosts, strange alien beings and their sky craft, Bigfoot, dogmen, Lizard Man, black “blobs,” winged humanoids, spirits of the land, mysterious black-eyed people and more, all of whom roam the suburbs and wilds of Greene County.
“A spine chilling journey through Pennsylvania’s Greene County. From haunted locations and ghostly apparitions to encounters with UFOs, Bigfoot and other bizarre creatures, it’s a real page turner full of mysterious paranormal accounts.” – Stan Gordon UFO-Bigfoot researcher and author.
“I have been out in the field investigating with Kevin Paul and Rosemary Ellen Guiley and have seen for myself the weird and unexplained phenomena that exist here.” – John Zaffis, star of Haunted Collector and co-author of Demon Haunted: True Stories from the John Zaffis Vault.
Lippencott Alpacas, owned by Phil and Lena Galing, is nestled in the rolling hills of Southwestern Pennsylvania about an hour south of Pittsburgh. It is located on Lena’s family farm. The farm has been in the Hawkins family for four generations and has had many transformations from chicken and egg production to sheep and cattle production and now alpaca production. It is the goal of the Galings to keep the family farming tradition alive and to grow their alpaca herd into a significant source of quality alpaca fiber in Greene County.
In the 1800’s the village of Lippencott supported a country store with a public telephone, a Baptist Church and a whiskey distillery. Lippencott was chosen as part of the business name to emphasize this heritage.
Phil & Lena started the business in November of 2005 with three bred females and two female crias (babies). The number has grown to 26 alpacas, although the number changes frequently due to sales and new babies. As they strive for genetic improvement of the herd, many of the older alpacas are sold less expensively to keep the numbers small. Most of their alpacas are for sale and they enjoy assisting buyers with purchasing an alpaca that fits their lifestyle.
They offer group tours for $5.00 per person. Everyone is encouraged to visit their Farm Store, where they offer a wide variety of alpaca products for sale. They participate annually in National Alpaca Days which is held the last weekend in September. People come to learn about the alpacas and to enjoy various fiber activities.
Hours are by appointment. There is a parking lot onsite.
Take exit 19 off of I-79 for PA-221 toward US-19/Jefferson/Ruff Creek drive 0.3 miles, turn right onto PA-221 S drive 3.2 miles, turn left onto Meadow Brook Rd. drive 0.8 miles, destination will be on the left.
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