We are pleased to announce our 2019 Festival Marketplace vendors! They represent a wide array of arts, from soft goods to metalwork to photography, from locally-sourced soaps to the landscapes of Ireland.
The Festival Marketplace is open 10am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday.
La Rue de Fleurs - Janice Bailor
Hand-crafted quilts, fiber arts, home decor and other soft goods. Inspired by the wonders of nature and childhood, each piece is a unique mix of original designs in fresh, bright and unexpected color combinations.
Smoky Oak Candle Co. - Meghan Trout
Soy candles, creams, beard oils/balms, handmade soaps, and much more, made in small batches, using local goats' milk and honey with other quality ingredients.
Chapel Hill Forge - Zadok and Amanda Leggett
Hand-carved signs, welding and blacksmithing products, metal/leather jewelry and upcycle goods. Home decor that makes a statement... unique, fun jewelry... "junk" made awesome.
LoMo Studio Handcrafted Jewelry - Lori Campbell
Handcrafted, nature inspired jewelry in copper, silver, and gold paired with natural gemstones, raw crystals, and organic materials. Made In York County, Pennsylvania.
Gallowglass Prints - Philip McDonald
Photographic fine art prints of Ireland, Scotland, Iceland, the United States; wildlife and scenic landscapes.
Eberly Mountain Art - Derek & Alison Eberly
One man's junk is this Mountain Man's treasure! Saved from the scrap bin, recycled metal is transformed into artwork.
One-of-a-kind, pit-fired pottery.
Prims 'n Things - Rick and Debi Trumper
Primitive style home decor and furnishings. Custom orders available.
Homestead Holistics - Missy and Jeremy Culbertson
Homemade salves, lotions, balms, tinctures and more made from an all natural base and essential oils.
One Sun Studio - Christy Smyers
Landscape and nature photography.
Bluett Bros. Violins sells handmade stringed instruments crafted by Mark Bluett, Master Luthier. Various stringed instruments will be for sale.
Kevin Shoaff specializes in fretted instrument repairs and custom guitar builds. Aside from the Festival Marketplace catch him at the Pickin’ Place at 2 PM on Saturday for Guitar Maintenance workshop. To make an appointment to visit his shop, e-mail Kevin at email@example.com.
Montchanin Mountain Music will be selling complete fiddle outfits for adults and kids, accessories such as bows, music books, tuners, and instrument stands. Emergency repair work on fiddles is also available for festival goers.
The lessons department at the Guitar Center, Harrisburg offers instruction in multiple instruments for all ages and skill levels. The lessons department is open Monday-Saturday and each instructor has a variety of times available.
Green Mountain is the nation’s longest standing and largest renewable energy company that seeks to spread awareness of climate change, climate science, and how we can help make a positive change to improve the environment. We offer 100% Pollution-free energy options to Pennsylvania residents.
HelloFresh is on a mission to change the way people eat, forever! We supply everything you need to prepare quality, delicious, home-cooked meals that require no planning, no shopping, and no hassle. Every ingredient needed for our thousands of exclusive recipes is carefully planned, locally sourced, and delivered to your door when it’s most convenient for you.
McGunnegal Chronicals - Ben Anderson
The McGunnegal Chronicals / The Strange Land Trilogy is an Irish fantasy book series for ages middle-grade and up. Meet author Ben Anderson, learn more about his books, and if you're interested, find out how you too can become a published author.
WITF (booth at the Patio)
WITF will be at the festival to promote COUNTRY MUSIC, a new documentary by filmmaker Ken Burns. The film will premier on WITF TV on September 15th, but you can catch a sneak peek during one of the scheduled film screenings.