Two floors of vendors!

Join us for our annual all hand-made craft fair. Our goal is to feature only artists, crafters, bakers and creative types which makes our fair
somewhat unique. We do not have vendors selling their direct sales
inventory like you see at most fairs.

We're pretty excited about this year's cause too. All proceeds from crafter registration go toward our mission supporting our school in Oratorio, Guatemala where families face crushing third-world poverty. Many of our children's families are living on as little as $5 per day. No funds from this event support the ongoing ministries of the church.

Put our Holiday Craft Fair on your schedule for December 14!

Cards and canvases of this print available

Plenty of on street parking and in our parking lot just a few doors down at 711 Main Street.

Special thanks in advance to all our vendors and all you who will come to our craft fair. You are making a difference in the lives of children who face crushing, third-world poverty daily. You are helping us provide educational support, nutritional support, medical care and faith foundations.







Some pictures from past fairs.



Maine craft fair vendors

2019 LIST

Deb Cary Goat’s Milk Soap

Mary Metcalf Knitted goods & vintage glass

Lestina Harris Snowmen, stocking stuffers, sea glass angels

Deanna Kelly Paracord bracelets and keychains

Roxanna York Double Fleece Mittens, baby items, aprons

Afton Morton Gone to Pieces Seaglass- Sea glass jewelry

Leslie Kelly Ceramic pendant necklaces

Ara Colucci Pillowcases, hats, aprons, bookmarks, necklaces, throws, towel toppers

Emilia Morton Crochet dish cloths and perler bead jewelry

Martha Grubb Crochet Plushies, key chains, ornaments, jewelry

Cheryl Brown Felted knit bags and other felted holiday related items

Sonya Keller All-natural soaps, bath bombs, repurposed crafts & vintage home goods

Gwen Frost Tree decorations, holiday gifts, scrubbies, hats, oven mitts

Calvin Perkins Beaded crafts

Georgette Sprague Placemats, table runners, aprons, towels & more

Kaila Rowan Cupcakes & baked goods

Billie Cross Wooden hand painted door hangers

Arielle Darling Crochet scarves & slippers, purses/market bags, stuffed toys, keychains, and ornaments

Cindy Erickson Wallets/purses and winter hats

Natalie Morton Treasure Pearl necklaces

Bethany Kirkpatrick Jewelry

Patti Sundik Nature and Seasonal handmade art soap

Ed Baker Woodturned products, pen & ink cards

Kathy Hutchins T-shirts, mugs and misc. items

Rita Hall Mittens, rugs, hot mats, car fresheners tied in wool bags, wrist warmers

Mike & Becky DiPietro Maine Buck Nuts- Candy, snacks, nuts

Abby Pitts Aprons, cloth napkins, candles, aromatherapy pillows, pot holders, ornaments

Alicia Phelps Homemade pottery with love & a Maine flair

Cathleen Sousa Handmade wire wrapped jewelry, mobiles, quartz stones and tex-mex handbags/totes

Joshua Hicks Honey, beeswax candles, beeswax body products

Josh & Jen Ward Carved wooden signs, vinyl crafts, and other handmade craft items

Karen Silverman Upcycled calendars into framed work, jewelry and magnet ornaments made from flannel

Jamie Small Twisted Hues Tie Dyes- Ice dyed tie dyed clothing, kids clothes, bandanas, tapestries, shoelaces, etc.

Julie Ann Bailey Handmade greeting cards, recycled jewelry and magnets, stuffed primitive animals and ornaments

Andrew Daigle Handmade wooden items, ie- Table Top Cornhole games w/wooden boxes, phone amplifiers, wall décor, coat racks, etc.

Boy Scout Troop 70 Boy Scout themed items

FBC Guatemala Team Members Bake sale items

Scott Linscott Photography Gallery – original children's books, gifts and prints from 5x7 to large wall art sizes.

Email Afton Morton with questions or to register

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