All-local and Handmade Products Fair!

Saturday, September 30th from 8am-2pm

Local food, farms, artists, and craftspeople will attend to showcase their products. Come and get a taste of the variety of local products and crafts that our community has to offer!

We are pleased to welcome the following vendors for the event!

Bloodroot Farm
Seasonal vegetables and herbs grown in communion with the land and employing restorative agricultural practices
Beechcrest Farm
Animal Welfare Approved beef, pork, and eggs.
Field Sparrow Farm
A small, sustainable family farm that grows a variety of vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, and chicken.
Neomega Nutritionals
Herb-infused culinary avocado oils.
TSS Pottery
Handmade stoneware perfect for everyday use, as well as for display in your home. Beautiful variations of color in the glaze create unique, one-of-a-kind pieces.
Green Valley Forge
Hand forged ironware, including candlesticks, wall-hooks and hearth-ware. Specializing in hand-crafted 18th century replica ironware.
Sarah's Serenity
Hand-drawn designs in a variety of media. All designs are hand-drawn on mixed media paper, canvas, t-shirts, one of a kind greeting cards, tote bags, purses, wristlets, and many other fabric items.
Earth Ox Pottery, Selden Lamoureux
Hand thrown everyday art. A variety of pottery designs, including pitchers, bread bakers, and fermentation crocks.
Lou Horton Sculpture
Copper cuffs and up-cycled jewelry using vintage plates. Lou Horton is a sculptor living in Raleigh, NC who has always used found objects in her work. Her favorite medium is metal, she welds, blacksmiths and melts it.
Wanderlust Farm
Chemical and pesticide free veggies, eggs, dried herbs, teas, soaps, yarns, felted hats, dryer balls, and other woolen goods

That's Sew Sue Creations
Handmade table runners, placemats, coasters, make-up zipper pouches, make-up brush rolls, various zipper pouches, quilted laptop cases, pillowcases, headbands, and more!