Holiday Fair Vendor List
We are so pleased to support local artisans who resonate with our community’s wishes for warmth, wonderment and wholesomeness!
Handmade items using natural materials such as wool, felt, wood and found materials are at the forefront of what fair goers can anticipate. You will be sure to leave with gifts and treasures that are truly unique and made with great care. Check back as we add new vendors!
Hearthside Toys ~ www.hearthsidetoys.com
We offer handcrafted, wooden toys and children’s aprons. Everything is made with exceptional care and attention to detail, out of the highest quality materials. Our goal is that our products can be passed down through generations and become family heirlooms.
Von Pogz ~ http://vonpogz.com/
Hand Crafted Quality Toys ~ Swords, Knives, Shields, Capes
Swift Farms ~ www.swiftfarms.com
Beeswax candles, honey, beeswax lip balm, honey soap
Rebecca Rose ~ www.rebeccarosejewelry.com
Hand jewelry in stone, crystals, silver, woven and leather
Artisan Candles ~ www.artisancandles.net
Artisan Candles are made from the finest natural golden yellow and sun bleached white beeswax. All candles are hand crafted by artisan candle maker Christian Zygla.
Moonshine Design ~ www.keldaby.com
Cynthia Herbert makes hand-woven and knitted mohair apparel and throws!
Birch Moon Herbals ~ birchmoonherbals.wordpress.com
Sarah Shields makes homemade herbal natural body care products
Fungi Ally ~ http://fungially.com/
Fungi Ally strives to bring mushrooms and all their benefits to the forefront of the pioneer valley.
Bee Fields Farm ~ http://www.beefieldsfarm.com/
At Bee Fields Farm we work full-heartedly with the intention to create wholesome food and medicine.
Harper Handcrafted Creations ~ http://www.harperhandcraftedcreations.com/
Nira Harper offers beautiful paper collage work.
Whimsy & Tea ~ http://www.whimsyandtea.com/
Hand woven linens. When you use beautiful objects on a daily basis, you get a regular dose of beauty. Beauty becomes woven into your everyday life, along with food, water and sleep.
Free Ramblin’ Kids ~ Comfortable, handmade, eco-friendly footwear for young children.
Rag Hill Farm ~ https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.kapitulik
Jennifer Kapitulik makes handspun yarn, dyed locks, quilted potholders, upcycled wool bags and cat toys, and needle felting kits. Quilted potholders, yarn, hats.
Grass Hill Alpacas ~ http://grasshillalpacas.com/wordpress/
Nancy Foster and family produce beautiful hand woven hats, mittens and socks.
Inner Healing Outer Glow, Saralee Hofrichter ~ http://innerhealingouterglow.com/
Holistic Skin Care Specialist and Certified Dr. Hauschka Esthetician
Joe Oliverio Photography ~ ~ http://joeoliverio.org/
Fine Art Prints, Birds of Western MA
Peterman’s Boards & Bowls ~ http://www.spencerpeterman.com/
Hand turned wooden bowls, serving trays and cheese boards from locally fallen trees in Western Massachusetts, such as maple, cherry or black walnut.
Melanie Zacheck Fine Art Photography ~ http://www.melaniezacek.com/
Melanie is a Hartsbrook School Alumni and Melanie Zacek and an award-winning fine art portrait and wedding photographer.
Elizabeth Radysh ~ Beautiful animals from up-cycled materials.
David Dann ~ Jewelry
Raili Cohen ~Scandinavian hand knitted wool hats, socks, sweaters
Ruth LeBar ~ Hand dyed and painted silk scarves, stationery cards
Sigrid Scholz ~ Felted wall hangings, birch bark fairy houses, acorn people
Heavenly Hues, Nicole Romer ~ Plant dyed felt and yarn