Seasonal Celebration

2023 Fruitlands Craft Festival

September 23 & 24

The 11th Annual Fruitlands Craft Festival is seeking applications from New England craft artisans making original work. The Festival is a two-day outdoor show featuring the work of 48 juried artisans of which five places are reserved for BIPOC artisans Set on the picturesque grounds at Fruitlands Museum, the show’s quality of craft, museum offerings and stunning views have made the Festival a popular September destination. Artisans interested in exhibiting should submit a completed application, found here and 3-5 images of relevant work to

The show consists of two (140’ x 40 ‘) festival event tents with each artisan (sharing booths with other vendors is NOT permitted) occupying a 10’x10’ booth space within the festival tents. Overnight security is provided by Fruitlands Museum. There is no WiFi or electricity available. Exhibitors are responsible for bringing their own tables, chairs, table clothes, and other display materials. The cost for a regular one open side 10’x10’ booth is $300, and a corner two open sides 10’x10’ booth is $400.

2022 Vendors
Iris Designs
Tamara Gonda
Early Morning Art
d/b/a/Quicksilver Glass
Alan J Bourgault
Coutts Specialty Foods
West River Creamery / Old School Kitchen
Center Ceramcis
Tracy Levesque
Visual Haiku
Storyteller Jewelry
Lotus and Star
Creations by Rainie
Little Cat Metals
Lush Industrial
Megan Stelzer
Wendy Waugaman
ZuZu’s Petals Jewelry
Frances Grandinetti
The Quilted Jardin
Desjardin Design
McFarlands Handwork
AgathaO Photo
Free Ramblin’ Kids
Fiber Web
Bell Cottage Baskets
The Scrimshaw Workshop
Caroline Christie Art
Abby Berkson Ceramics
Ann’s Pottery
Country Weaver Designs
Sea Dog Press
Mike Adams
Goodness Remedies
Amaranth & Rue
Hemlock Springs Soaps
Ann Conlin
Heavenly Cranes
Mischu’s Closet
Knits and That
Barrington’s Autumn
Nayda Cuevas Art
Black Walnut Fiber Arts
Rooney Leather Co
Wiley Holton


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