If you love antiques, vintage, farm primitives, country decor, treasure hunting, barn finds, antique picking, bartering, haggling, classic cars, country living, Saskatchewan pioneer history . . . and a few chuckles along the way . . . then you are in the right place!
Max, The Farmer’s Daughter, was born and raised on the farm that is now known as Country Acres, a renowned wedding and event venue, and Bed & Breakfast. It was settled in 1942 by her maternal grandparents.
Max is also an avid antique collector and curator of her families’ Saskatchewan farm history, horse-drawn farm equipment, vintage vehicles, and pioneer artifacts . . . from her Grandmother’s cook stove and cookie cutters, to her Grandfather’s blacksmith tools and 100-year-old threshing machine . . . and so much more!
The Big Red Barn at Country Acres becomes grand central station for Cocktail Hour for weddings at Country Acres, but it is much more than that. It is packed to the rafters from days gone by with both keepsakes and items available for purchase.
Late May each year, the big red barn is open to the shopping public during the Country Acres Antique Vintage Country Market. Our next Market will be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 28 & 29, 2022. Any other time of the year, private appointments can be made to search for those barn finds and do a little haggling with Max as you find treasures that need to go home with you. And while you search through the barn, you will be taken back in time, reminisce, and learn much about the early farming pioneers of Saskatchewan.
Book Your Private Antiquing Session
Enjoy time in the country and visit the Big Red Barn at Country Acres with the Farmer’s Daughter for a private antiquing treasure hunting experience. A $50 Booking Fee (non-refundable) will be credited toward any purchases made.
NOTE: The Booking Fee is waived for guests staying at the Country Acres’ Bed & Breakfast.
To arrange a date and time, please contact:
Phone: (306) 529-6296
Be sure to follow the Farmer’s Daughter on Facebook, Instagram, and her monthly Blogs on the Country Acres’ website.