Holiday Festival

The 2017 Holiday Festival is Saturday, Nov. 11, 10 – 4 at Beau Lodge (17581 Wood Rd., Bow)

The Holiday Market requires an application.

There is a one-time fee of $45. Jurying for this event takes place in mid-September and notification by the end of September. The fee is due upon acceptance.


Holiday Festival Application Form




2015 Holiday Festival Vendors:


Breadfarm: Specialty breads for the holidays.

Bruce Bowen’s Bees: Local honey.

Mae-B-Market: Organic coffee beans; produce; fun and useful glass items; metal yard art.

Old Wooden Spoon: Gluten-free baked goods; berry pies; calzones.

Mi Casa: Crab cakes, crepes, and Mexican cuisine. Take-home salsas, guacamole and tamales.

Akyla Farms: Frozen whole chicken raised on organic feed and provided fresh pasture daily. Akyla Farms raises Freedom Rangers from parent stock not fed GMO feeds.

Squaw Creek Cattle Co.: Locally grown beef: steak gift boxes and beef patties.

Bow Hill Blueberries: Jams, pickled blueberries, gift certificates, etc. All organic.

Wild Thicket LLC: 4, 8, and 16 oz. jams: raspberry with Grand Marnier and lemon, blueberry with hazelnut liqueur, and a four-berry mix (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries) with lemon and Grand Marnier; vanilla/raspberry thumbprint cookies, and chocolate crinkle raspberry cookies.

Charmed Chocolates: Chocolate truffles, sea-salted Sunbutter-Bliss cups and more. Lip gloss and earrings.

Free Spirit Delights: Paleo, vegan and gluten-free treats: granola, marshmallows, chocolate-covered marshmallows, muffins, cookies, granola bars, s’mores gift sets and hot chocolate mix sets.


Cedar Ridge Farm: Local herbal lotions, one of a kind jewelry, local flowers when in season.

Mimi’s Garden: All natural/vegan soaps, salves and felted items.

JD Designs: Handmade wallets and purses from buffalo, elk, etc.


Allen Berry: Handcarved wooden kitchen utensils and fiber tools  from domestic and locally grown hardwoods made in the old world style using only non-electric tools.

Joe Tuell: Jewelry boxes, cutting boards, tables.

Nick Ivancovich: Turned wood bowls, etc.

John Braun: Handmade wooden toys.


Smitten Kitten: Hand-crafted jewelry created with quality materials, using only semi-precious gem stones or glass. Many pieces are wire wrapped, adding beauty and unique design. Special orders, some jewelry repair, and gift certificates available.

Spoons to Rings: Spoon rings and other jewelry created from antique silver flatware.

Designs by E. Dale: Glass jewelry, bowls, ornaments, yard art; antique button pins.

Whitmore Art:  Glass art jewelry pieces: smaller necklaces, cuff bracelets, dangle earrings; wall art; ornaments.


Fully Fleeced: Carded wool, handspun yarns, hand-knitted garments (hats, cowls, mittens).

Schoonover Farms: Shetland fleece and yarn.

Gail’s Yarnworks: Free-form knitted and crocheted neckware and accessories: (jewelry, collars, scarves, shawls, mittens).


Chic Mona: Affordable handmade fashion accessories, décor and unique gifts.

Dan Sweaney Glass: Affordable art-glass birds.

Skagit Worm Wrangler: Compost, produce, worms, garden art.

Earth Mama and Dave too: Handmade Christmas wreaths, and birch wood, and cherry hand-crafted lamps; Christmas  trees, sedum baskets.

Sally by the Sea: Hand-screened kitchen towels, napkins, aprons and pillows, bundled with metal trivets and magnets. Also metal art for the home and garden.


Whispering Winds: Chair massage.

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