The Harvest Festival provides local artists and crafters with the opportunity to showcase and sell their one-of-a-kind creations. 

The 23rd Annual festival on September 25, 2021 offered original art, crafts, and specialty food products from the following vendors:
Hudson Valley Woodcrafting
The Salty Lemon Apothecary @saltylemonapothecary
Kaitlyn's Knit Knacks @KaitlysKnitKnacks
The Sunshine Fields, hand knitted blankets
BMV Creations, @BMV_creations, polymer jewelry and hand       painted canvases
A Maker's Circle @amakerscircle, an artists' cooperative
Cookie Maven Baking @cookiemavenbaking
Brewers Bees, local raw honey and bulk beeswax
Second Season, @secondseason, reclaimed wool mittens 
Layla Rae Designs, @laylaraedesign, macramé arts
Bang It Out Designs, @bangitoutdesigns, jewelry
Matt Newschwander, wooden crafts and gifts
Moon in Leo Designs, @mooninleodesigns, Mandala crochet
The Carpenter's Lady, @thecarpenter'slady, wood art
Cosmic Debris, @cosmicdebrisLLC, custom candles
Forget Me Not Flower Truck, @forgetmenotflowertruck, flower bar
Simply Country Bows, hair accessories
celEB Jewels, handcrafted jewelry
Pop's Shop, @popsshop129, wooden door decor
Charles Levin,, author
Rebecca Dunn Designs, unique cement planters
Schooley's Mountain Soap, @schooleysmountainsoap
Marin Resnick, children's books
Lazy Duck Studios,, home decor
      ... and more!
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The Salty Lemon Apothecary


Hudson Valley Woodcrafting

Are you a knitter? A potter? A woodworker? Do you raise bees for honey, run a creamery, or jar custom sauces and jams the way Grandma used to? 
A maximum of 40 10x10 foot vendor booth spaces will be available for the 2022 Festival. Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. All crafters and vendors must offer for sale only their own creations. No reselling is permitted. Applications and details for the 2022 juried craft and producer show will be available soon. 
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