Bob Ehrenberger

 Perfect weather brings record crowd out for folklife festival

  

 

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By BEV DARR
Courier-Post Staff Writer

 

Both people in the crowd and the sponsoring Hannibal Arts Council agreed that Saturday's attendance at the 25th Autumn Historic Folklife Festival was the largest crowd ever. This was partly attributed to the unusually warm, sunny day with the temperature reaching 73 degrees. Sunday was nearly as warm, with a high of 69 degrees...

 

 

Shirley's brother, Bob Ehrenberger of Shelbyville began blacksmithing eight years ago when his son, Daniel, was 12 and wanted to make knives. Now his son is making knives to sell, and Bob is making ornamentals.

Several years ago Bob quit his job as a computer programmer to work with iron full-time. He said he is among about 20 professionals in the 450 members of the Blacksmiths Association of Missouri (BAM). His wife, Janice was selling her homemade soap - made from oatmeal and goats' milk from the goats they raised on their land.

 

Bob & Daniel Ehrenberger's Show Schedule 

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