Our Vendors

Vendors and Community Information Booths


There are many wonderful products, both old and new, plus a wealth of great community information. Here are some of our first supporters of this old fashioned day in the countryside!


Core Vendors:

( For more detailed information and vendor product photos click on Our Vendors and a drop down menu will appear. This is where each vendor has their own page on this website.)


Beadsmithy – Becky Semler

Belladaze Photography & Art

Eagle Creek Jewlery & Felted Bags

ecoPURR Environmentally Friendly Housekeeping Products

Farmacopia, biodynamic produce by Victoria Larson

Felted Designs by Annette Reisbick

Kimberly’s Garden Nursery

Lemon Bird Studio and Susan Effenberger Design

Living Stones pdx

Lone Horse Studio & Jani Moore Paintings

Metal Art by Doug Brugger

Mixed Media by Pam Helling

Muddy Fish Studio wood fired pottery by Brenda Scott


Peacock Street Found Objects

River Rock Nursery

Utopia Wood Crafters


Community Informational Booths:

Historic Kirchem Farm

National Wildlife Federation

Citizen Science sponsored by Kipling Rock Farm

Women’s Connections Community

OPEN Community Enrichment Classes

WLPT – Women Learning Photography Together


Frank & Beans – a musical trio from Estacada

John Richter’s playing guitar table side at Lone Horse Design’s table

Free Kids Crafts sponsored by National Wildlife Federation and Kipling Rock Farm Citizen Science project

Raffle Sponsorship:

A portion of our raffle proceeds will be donated to Women Connections Communty Scholarship Fund. This group advocates for abused women and children. We love that they help women further their education and stabilize young lives. Every dollar counts so bring along a few for this special cause.

Learn more about this dynamic fun group and consider joining them! http://womenconnectionscommunity.com

Raffle Donations:

a Special Thanks to~

Fresh Cup Magazine for supplying an amazing gift basket to be raffled

Brenda  Scott Muddy Bass Studio

Kris Tabor Photography

Susan Effenberger Design

Gretchen O’Brien River Rock Nursery


Interested in learning how you or your organization can participate?

vintage worlds fair

Vintage Advertisement for a Fair found tucked into

Grandpa Tombleson’s ancient wallet.



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