FAIRS CRAFT ART& 2014

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Welcome!
As Governor, it is always a pleasure providing
visitors with another reason to visit Wisconsin
and this time I invite you to discover our arts.
For 38 years the Art & Craft Fairs Directory has
been an invaluable guide for art enthusiasts,
tourists and artists alike and one that I hope
you will use again and again.
Travel our highways and discover a plein air
festival, folk art and other creative pursuits as
we celebrate an industry that not only employs
50,000 people in our state, but showcases
Wisconsin’s originality and imagination.
Whether you prefer painting, sculpture, fine
arts or crafts in one of our small towns or
urban centers, you will find it listed in this
comprehensive guide.
Join us where the arts are alive and vibrant
and where our artists produce tangible
memories for you to take home after your visit.
Sincerely,
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38 September
47 October
54 November
61 December
64 Index by City
This publication is produced by the
Wisconsin Department of Tourism,
Stephanie Klett, Secretary.
Published January, 2014
Wisconsin Department of Tourism
201 W. Washington Avenue
P.O. Box 8690
Madison, WI 53708-8690
608/266-2161
800/432-8747
www.travelwisconsin.com
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General Information
The Wisconsin Arts & Craft Fairs Directory is a
comprehensive listing of art and craft fairs
held throughout the state. The directory is
available free of charge and provides both general information for the public, as well as specific requirements for potential art and craft
exhibitors.
The events listed within this directory are also
posted on the Wisconsin Arts Board website at
www.artsboard.wisconsin.gov and the Portal
Wisconsin website at www.portalwisconsin.org.
Advertising a Fair
All art and craft fairs held in the state of Wisconsin and open to the general public are eligible for inclusion in this directory. In order to be
included, sponsors must submit both an application and a listing fee to the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Listing fees currently
range from $25 to $250 and are calculated according to a formula provided on our website at
industry.travelwisconsin.com.
The Wisconsin Art & Craft Fairs Directory is not
a juried list. Information included is obtained
directly from fair sponsors.
To Receive Additional Copies
Additional copies of the Wisconsin Art & Craft
Fairs Directory may be obtained by calling the
Wisconsin Department of Tourism, Monday
through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm at 1-800/4328747. Copies may also be ordered online at
travelwisconsin.com.
Key to Eligibility Defenitions
Open: No restrictions on entry.
Restricted: Limited to who may participate
(e.g., senior citizens, Dane County artists,
Wisconsin residents only, etc.).
Closed: Entry process is closed to the general public (e.g., members only).
Juried: Participation is determined by a review panel. A jury fee may be required (e.g.,
Juried – $5). In most cases, this is non-refundable; call to verify.
Slides, Photos, or Digital Images: Images of
artwork and/or the display may be required
for panel review. 3/1 slides, for example, indicates 3 slides of your artwork, plus 1 slide
of your setup/display are requested for you
review.
Booth Size/Fee: Smallest, largest booth
dimensions/lowest-highest exhibitor fees.
Acceptable work codes:
1 Fine Art
2 High quality/fine crafts
3 Jewelry
4 Country crafts
5 Handicraft items under $25
6 Painted or appliqued clothing/accessories
7 Manufactured or resale items
8 Imported art or other items
9 Photography
Awards: Total value of cash and/or purchase
awards.
Facility codes:
Wheelchair accessible
1 Indoor event
2 Outdoor event
3 Food available
4 Tent
5 Electricity (may be limited/fee charged)
6 Security
7 Free parking
Changes May Occur
Fair dates, times, and locations may change
after the publication of this directory. To confirm the information provided in this guide,
please call, write, or email the contact person
listed for each particular fair.
Obtaining a Seller’s Permit
Exhibitors can receive information on obtaining
a seller’s permit, paying the appropriate sales
tax, or registering to do business in the state of
Wisconsin by contacting:
Wisconsin Department of Revenue
Temporary Events Program
265 W. Northland Ave, Appleton, WI 54911
Phone: 920/832-2910
Email: [email protected]
Web: dor.state.wi.us/html/temevent.html
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IOLA
FEBRUARY 2
Iola Winter Carnival
Iola-Scandinavia High School
540 S Jackson Street
12pm-6pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,300
A town celebration! Ski jumping, Norwegian dinner serving lutefisk, meatballs, lefse and Norwegian pastries. Craft show held near dinner area.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$30
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 7
Mary Schwartz
Iola Winter Carnival
PO Box 167
Iola, WI 54945
715/445-4005
[email protected]
www.ischamber.org
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SPARTA
MARCH 1
Monroe County Historical Society Art and
Craft Show
Sparta High School, Montgomery Street
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
Annual event with over 300 exhibitors.
Exhibitors: 300
Deadline: 1/31/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10, 16 x 20/$75-$150
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Joan Cook
Sparta Area Chamber of Commerce
9434 General Ave
Sparta, WI 54656
608/269-3233
[email protected]
www.bikesparta.com
JEFFERSON
MARCH 15
WAUKESHA
MARCH 15-16
Winter Wine Fest and Craft Show
Spring Treasures Craft and Art Fair
Jefferson Fair Park Activity Center
503 N Jackson Avenue
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music
Got Cabin Fever? We have just the remedy. Enjoy
15 Wisconsin Wineries for tastings, craft show,
food, music, contests. Retail wine booth. $15
wrist band required for tasting.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 12/$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Edna DeWitt
Calico Cottage/Rock River Winery
500 A Bernard Street
Watertown, WI 53094
920/261-9460
[email protected]
www.calicocottagewinery.com
Waukesha County Expo Center
1000 Northview Road
Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 2,000
100 booths of handcrafted gifts you can’t find
anywhere else. Free Parking.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$130
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Karen Yackley
Craft Productions, Inc.
1606 W Jefferson Street
Ottawa, IL 61350
815/878-2728
[email protected]
www.craftproductionsinc.com
PHILLIPS
MARCH 22-23
Phillips Sport, Home and Craft Show
Phillips High School
990 Flambeau Avenue
Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 800
Sport and Home Show are in the school gym and
the Craft Show is in the commons area when you
enter the school.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 12 x 12/$50-$350
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
Phillips Area Chamber of Commerce
305 S Lake Avenue
Phillips, WI 54555
715/339-4100
[email protected]
www.phillipswisconsin.net
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WEST BEND
APRIL 5
Festival of Arts
UW Washington County, 400 University Dr
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
A celebration of the arts! Annual event features
quality hand crafted arts and craft fair, student
artwork and photography contest displays, live
music, farmers’ market, food and fun. Free admission and parking.
Exhibitors: 55
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Slides or Photos, Digital
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Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10, 10 x 10/$35-$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Sue Bausch
UW Washington County
400 University Drive
West Bend, WI 53095
262/335-5233
[email protected]
www.washington.uwc.edu
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Washington County Fair Park
3000 County Road PV
9am-4pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 3,500
Art and Craft show, Children’s Activities, Face
Painting by Jer Bear the Clown, 4-H Concession.
Free parking. Many one of a kind items to buy for
gifts, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, garden and
home décor.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 13/$85
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
Jane Schoedel
A Fair to Remember
1010 County Road A
West Bend, WI 53090
262/692-9488
[email protected]
www.afairtoremember.com
MILWAUKEE
APRIL 12-13
44th Annual Norse Rosemalers Show
Norway House
7507 W Oklahoma Avenue
Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 12pm-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Dance
Juried rosemaling show with approximately 75 exhibitors, including sales table, rosemaling
demonstrations, sale of supplies, patterns, woodenware, Kafe Stoga with ethnic foods, silent auction and folk dancers performing on Sunday at
1pm.
Exhibitors: 75
Eligibility: Restricted, paid-up Norse
Rosemaler members
Facilities: 7
Betty Nellen
Norse Rosemalers’ Association
173 W State Street
Burlington, WI 53105
262/767-2857
[email protected]
MAUSTON
APRIL 19
Spring Fling Craft and Gift Show
Mauston Olson Middle School
508 Grayside Avenue
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 300
The Spring Fling Craft and Gift Show and 3rd Annual H.A.N.D.S. for Autism 5K walk/run will be
held at Mauston Olson Middle School. There will
be crafters, bake sale and concessions.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 4 x 8, 10 x 10/$35-$45
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 7
Mary Hudack
Greater Mauston Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 171
Mauston, WI 53948
608/847-4142
[email protected]
www.mauston.com/chamber
KIMBERLY
APRIL 26
Kimberly High School Art and Craft Fair
Kimberly High School Gym
1662 Kennedy Avenue
9am-3pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Annual Art and Craft Fair sponsored by the KHS
Art Club to raise money for art activities. Every
year we have 100+ vendors, a raffle and a brat
fry sponsored by the Photography club. We will
also have live music performed by KHS student
musicians.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$50-$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Miki Wise
KHS Art Club
1662 E Kennedy Ave
Kimberly, WI 54136
920/687-3024 ext 3194
[email protected]
www.kimberly.k12.wi.us
CHIPPEWA FALLS
APRIL 26-27
Valley Art Association Fine Art Faire at
Springfest
Spring Fest - County Fairgrounds
225 Edward Street
Sat 12pm-9pm, Sun 12pm-4pm
Admission: $5
Attendance: 5,000
6th annual fine arts fair hosted by the Valley Art
Association. Music, food/beverage concessions,
children’s activities, entertainment, purchase
awards.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 4/1/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 5/1 Slides or Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $1000
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Carol Way
Valley Art Association
257 Dwight Street
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
715/723-2097
[email protected]
www.valleyartassociation.org
CLARK COUNTY
APRIL 26-27
Clark County Spring Studio Art Tour
Clark County Wisconsin, Multiple locations
Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500
The self-guided tour takes you through the scenic
countryside of our quaint communities to the studios of painters, potters, woodworkers and more.
Meet the artists and view their processes.
Exhibitors: 20
Deadline: 1/15/2014
Eligibility: Open, 2/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 9
Facilities: 1 5 7
Nancy Gaddis
Clark County EDC and Tourism Bureau
PO Box 236
Loyal, WI 54446
715/255-9100
[email protected]
www.clarkcountytourism-wi.org
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MAY 3
Lakefront Artist Fair
Festival Park
5 Fifth Street
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 7,000
Entertainment: Music
33rd annual event, featuring artists from
throughout the midwest. Held on the shore of
beautiful Lake Michigan, the Lakefront Artist Fair
kicks off the summer festival season in Racine.
Exhibitors: 125
Deadline: 3/14/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 12/$75-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 2
Rita C. Lewis
Racine Montessori School
2317 Howe Street
Racine, WI 53403
262/637-7892
[email protected]
www.racinemontessori.com
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Boerner Botanical Gardens
9400 Boerner Drive
10am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 750
Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens’ preMother’s Day craft fair: a collection of handmade
local arts and crafts. Featuring local artists and
DIY crafters. Proceeds support the children’s
plant science programs.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 2/4/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$5, 3/1 Photos, Digital
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Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 8, 10 x 10/$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 7
Jennifer Schmitz
Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens
9400 Boerner Drive
Hales Corners, WI 53130
414/525-5656
[email protected]
www.boernerbotanicalgardens.org
MILWAUKEE
MAY 4
7th Annual Fernwood Montessori Fine Craft
and Art Fair
Fernwood Montessori Elementary School
3239 S Pennsylvania Avenue
10am-4pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music
A juried event featuring local artists. This community event also features music, tours, a bake
sale and lunch café, and children’s art activities.
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: 3/30/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 8/$45
Acceptable Work: 2 3 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 7
Merci Duffy
Fernwood Montessori Elementary School
2917 S Logan Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53207
414/489-0423
[email protected]
WEST SALEM
MAY 4
MARSHFIELD
MAY 11
Mayfair
51st Annual Marshfield Art Fair
West Salem High School
490 N Mark Street
10am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music, Dance
9th annual fine art and craft fair. Great family
fun. Free childrens’ art activities, silent auction,
performing arts and concessions. Proceeds support the Marie W. Heider Center for the Arts.
Exhibitors: 29
Deadline: 3/7/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 2/0 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Jane Bangsberg
Heider Center Arts Board
405 E Hamlin St
West Salem, WI 54669
608/786-2388
[email protected]
www.heidercenter.org
Marshfield Senior High Field House
1401 E Becker Road
10am-4:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
Marshfield’s only juried fine arts fair. Free admission and entertainment, Kid’s Creative Corner and
demonstrations by artists.
Exhibitors: 114
Deadline: 3/7/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 3/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$75-$150
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $1200
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Betsy Tanenbaum
New Visions Gallery
1000 N Oak Avenue
Marshfield, WI 54449
715/387-5562
[email protected]
www.newvisionsgallery.org
BARABOO
BELOIT
MAY 10
MAY 16-17
Downtown Baraboo Fair on the Square
ArtWalk
Downtown Business District
Third and Fourth Streets
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
28th Annual, drive up, on street set-up, free coffee and donuts for exhibitors. Food court, farmers’
market, kids’ entertainment, live music and performance. Professionally organized and promoted.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: 4/10/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$5, 3/1 Slides or Photos,
Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$85
Acceptable Work: 1 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Melissa Rank
Downtown Baraboo Inc
PO Box 216
Baraboo, WI 53913
608/448-3940
[email protected]
www.downtownbaraboo.com
Downtown Beloit
Fri 5pm-9pm, Sat 10am-2pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 700
Entertainment: Music
Downtown businesses transform into fine art galleries and craft venues with many locations featuring live music and hors d’oeuvres. After hours
hot spots offer live music on Friday night with a
trolley available.
Exhibitors: 50-70
Deadline: 4/25/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: /$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 5 7
Crystal Buhmeyer
Downtown Beloit Association
500 Public Avenue
Beloit, WI 53511
608/365-0150
[email protected]
www.downtownbeloit.com
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MAY 17
KAUKAUNA
MAY 18
Festival of Spring
Natures’ Images Spring Art Fair
Paine Art Center and Gardens
1410 Algoma Boulevard
8am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
Entertainment: Music
A free outdoor festival featuring the Paine’s annual Spring Plant Sale and more than 150 vendors of original art, fine crafts.
Exhibitors: 160
Deadline: 4/1/2014
Eligibility: Open, 2-3/2 Slides or Photos,
Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$75-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2
Doris Peitz
Paine Art Center and Gardens
1410 Algoma Boulevard
Oshkosh, WI 54901
920/235-6903 ext 22
[email protected]
www.thepaine.org
1000 Islands Environmental Center
1000 Beaulieu Court
10am-4:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
60+ fine artists displaying nature related paintings, photography, sculpture, crafts from natural
material, botanical and herbs. Celtic harpist,
food, picnic area. Great ambience!
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: 5/1/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 12, 12 x 12/$55
Acceptable Work: 1 3 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Shirley Worsch
Friends of 1000 Islands
1000 Beaulieu Court
Kaukauna, WI 54130
920/766-4733
[email protected]
www.1000islandsenvironmentalcenter.com
STOUGHTON
MAY 17-18
Syttende Mai Arts and Crafts Fair
River Bluff Middle School Grounds
235 N Forrest Street
Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am-2pm
Admission: $5
Attendance: 15,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
An annual celebration of Stoughton’s Norwegian
Heritage. The arts and crafts fair is one of the
featured events, along with parades, perfomances, races, and more.
Exhibitors: 95
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, 1/0 Photos, 50% of value of
sold items based on artist effort
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 12 x 17/$120
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Laura Trotter
Stoughton Chamber of Commerce
532 E Main Street
Stoughton, WI 53589
608/873-7912
[email protected]
www.stoughtonwi.com
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JACKSONPORT
MAY 24-25
Jacksonport Maifest
Lakeside Park, State Highway 57
9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5000
Entertainment: Music
Maifest is Jacksonport’s celebration of Spring in
Door County. Activities include a parade Saturday
morning, 10K run and horsepull on Sunday, children’s activities, food, live music and art fair!
Exhibitors: 90
Deadline: 3/31/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$90
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Barb Wilson
Jacksonport Advancement Corporation
6390 Loritz Road
Egg Harbor, WI 54209
920/495-3690
[email protected]
www.jacksonport.org/maifest
STURGEON BAY
MAY 24-25
Sturgeon Bay Fine Art Fair
Sunset Park, 747 N Third Ave
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5000
Entertainment: Music
Held on one of Door County’s busiest weekends,
the Memorial Day Holiday and Festival of Blossoms. A variety of fine artists and craftsmen display their wares. Enjoy strolling entertainers, live
music and colorful children’s activities.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 3/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 5/0 Slides or Photos, Digital
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Booth Size/Fee: 15 x 15/$130
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 6 9
Awards: $1000
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Amy DeMeter
Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center
36 S Third Avenue
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
800/301-6695
[email protected]
www.sturgeonbay.net
OMRO
MAY 24-26
Memorial Weekend 27th Annual Car Show and
“Sell-Abration”
Scott Park and South Scott Park, Main Street
9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3500
View over 125 classic cars alongside the beautiful
Fox River, while shopping the outdoor craft fair.
Unique crafters from all areas of Wisconsin showcase their homemade crafts and gift items.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$35-$110
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Leah Stingle
Future Omro
130 W Larrabee Street
Omro, WI 54963
920/685-6960 ext 23
[email protected]
www.omrochamber.org
LAKEWOOD
MAY 25
McCaslin Lioness Faire
Lakewood Town Hall and Activity Grounds
17258 North Rd
10am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3000
15th Annual Faire with funds going to community
and Lions projects. Silent Auction, Badger
Bouncer and children’s games, unique craft
booths, book fair, raffle drawings, food and fun
for all!
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 4/30/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$35
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Mary Stehula
McCaslin Lioness Club
16969 Nicolet Road
Townsend, WI 54175
920/213-6264
[email protected]
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HUBERTUS
MAY 30-31
MINOCQUA
MAY 31 - JUNE 1
Holy Hill Art Farm Barn Boutique
June Bloom Arts and Crafts Festival
Holy Hill Art Farm
4958 State Highway 167
Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1000
Entertainment: Music
A stunning arrray of art, crafts, vintage, antiques
and garden items. Spend a fun filled day in the
country browsing our fabulously decorated 160
year-old restored barn, garden and patio. Fresh
spring pickings and treasures!
Exhibitors: 20
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$50
Acceptable Work: 1 2 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
Kristine Jacklin
Holy Hill Art Farm
5049 Pleasant Hill Road
Richfield, WI 53076
262/644-5698
[email protected]
www.holyhillartfarm.com
Torpy Park
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music
Unique handcrafted items by over 90 exhibitors.
The craft vendors and artisans are selected for
their handmade craftsmanship and artistic talents. Held in downtown Minocqua in historic Torpy
Park. Music, food and children’s activities.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$75-$195
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 6 7
Beth Wetzler
Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 1006
Minocqua, WI 54548
715/356-5266
[email protected]
www.minocquaartsandcrafts.com
MARSHFIELD
MAY 31
Dairyfest
Marshfield Fairgrounds Park, 513 E 17th St
9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
A 33-year community tradition offering entertainment, food and fun! Arts and crafts, dairy breakfast, parade, 5k run/walk, picnic in the park with
an outdoor movie, children’s entertainment.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, 4/2 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$60-$85
Acceptable Work: 3 4 5 6
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
Debbie Bauer
Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce and
Industry
PO Box 868
Marshfield, WI 54449
715/384-3454
[email protected]
www.marshfieldchamber.com
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MAY 31 - JUNE 1
Monument Square Art Fest
Monument Square Downtown Racine
500 Main Street
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater
One of Wisconsin’s oldest juried fine art fairs
presents 80 artists from around the country. Live
entertainment, a silent auction and children’s activities make this a must-see event.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$20, 3/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$150-$300
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $1500
Facilities: 2 6 7
Denise Roberts McKee
Racine Arts Council
316 Sixth Street
Racine, WI 53403
262/635-0261
[email protected]
www.monumentsquareartfest.com
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JUNE 4-13
JUNE 1
Art on the Island
Oven Island, Lakeside Park
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2000
A family event featuring art and craft vendors.
Variety of talented vendors including pottery,
glass, jewelry, paintings, photography and so
much more. Fair features music, food, a silent
auction and free activities for children.
Exhibitors: 90
Deadline: 5/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 14 x 14/$50-$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards: $120
Facilities: 2 3 7
Armond and MaryAnn Pahnke
Fond du Lac Artists Association
PO Box 663
Fond du Lac, WI 54936
920/948-7402
[email protected]
Hendricks Center for the Arts, 409 Pleasant Street
Varied
Admission: Free
Attendance: 250
8th year inviting regional artists to a week long
paint in the open air. Public invited, free. $4500
in prizes.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: 6/1/2014
Eligibility:
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 12/
Acceptable Work: 1
Awards: $4500
Facilities: 1 2 3 7
Nicki Meyer
Friends of RiverFront
1003 Pleasant St
Beloit, WI 53511
608/362-0964
[email protected]
www.friendsofriverfront.org
NEW RICHMOND
JUNE 6-7
Park Art Fair
Mary Park, South Green Avenue
Fri 5pm-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3000
Entertainment: Music
Over 125 arts and craft vendors featuring pottery,
furniture, jewelry, paintings, ceramics, wood
crafts, country décor and much more. Held in
conjunction with the Willow River Blues and
Brews Fest.
Exhibitors: 125
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$90
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Stephanie Cooke
New Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce
245A S Knowles Avenue
New Richmond, WI 54017
715/246-2900
[email protected]
www.newrichmondchamber.com
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CAMBRIDGE
JUNE 7
WISCONSIN DELLS
JUNE 7-8
Elements of Art - A Festival of Fine Arts
Taste of the Dells Arts and Crafts Show
Westside Park, 300 W Water Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music
Fine art festival with over 30 juried artists featuring a variety of media with a youth art area, food
and live music all held along Koshkonong Creek.
Presented by the Cambridge Arts Council.
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: 4/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 4/ Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$70-$140
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Laurie Struss
Cambridge Arts Council
PO Box 621
Cambridge, WI 53523
608/513-0479
[email protected]
www.cambridgewiarts.org
Bowman Park, 714 Broadway
Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,500
Craft Show held in conjunction with the Taste of
the Dells held downtown. Duck shuttle available
to the park. Entertainment and food!
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 5/30/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Open, 2/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$45
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 6 7
Hope Hill
Dells Country Historical Society
PO Box 674
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
608/981-2321
[email protected]
DEFOREST
South Park
800 W South Park Avenue & 1300 Georgia Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
A fine art and fine craft fair with plenty of art to
choose from; 12 mediums are represented. Food
vendors and music. Free admission.
Exhibitors: 150
Deadline: 3/31/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 20 x 20/$90
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $1,000
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Kathy Murphy
Oshkosh Fine Arts Association
5164 Tumblebrook Drive
Oshkosh, WI 54904
920/233-6270
[email protected]
www.oshkoshfinearts.org
JUNE 7
Dragon Art Fair
Downtown DeForest, Market St
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
The 10th Annual Dragon Art Fair celebrates 90+
artists. Music, dance, great food and fun surprises! Also ice cream social, Windsor Garden
Club plant sale and Fire/EMS Safety Activity Day.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 2/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos, Digital Images,
Original artists, no kits or commercial
designs
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$90-$120
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Julie Wills
Dragon Arts Group
932 Fly Wheel Circle
DeForest, WI 53532
608/846-8891
[email protected]
www.dragonartsgroup.org
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JUNE 8
57th Annual Winnebagoland Art Fair
GLENN SANDERSON
AMERY
JUNE 14
Amery Woman’s Club Arts and Craft Fair
North Park, North Keller Ave (Highway 46)
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 800
Craft fair in North Park overlooks the Apple River.
Free parking and spacious walkways make this
an Amery area annual family event. Parking
available to vendors directly behind most exhibit
spaces.
Exhibitors: 90
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, Juried (optional)-$10, 2/0
Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12, 24 x 12/$40-$70
Acceptable Work: 1 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Paula Fussy
Amery Woman’s Club
PO Box 94
Amery, WI 54001
715/554-3961
[email protected]
www.ameryartandcraftfair.com
EAST TROY
JUNE 14
GFWC Woman’s Club of East Troy Arts and
Crafts Fair
East Troy’s Historic Village Square,
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Arts and Crafts Fair on East Troy’s Historic Village
Square.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: 5/15/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 15 x 15/$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Barbara Calland
Woman’s Club of East Troy
PO Box 474
East Troy, WI 53120
262/642-2278
[email protected]
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MANITOWOC
JUNE 14
Manitowoc Garden Fair
Washington Park Downtown
12th and Marshall Streets
10am-3:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
24th Annual Event. Gardener’s paradise! Selling
annuals, perennials, trees, yard and garden art,
furniture, statuary, fine crafts and food. Held in
beautiful shady park, downtown Manitowoc. Held
rain or shine. Free parking.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$90
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 4 7
Marion Parworth
PO Box 1671
Manitowoc, WI 54221
920/682-2050
[email protected]
MERCER
JUNE 14
Lupine Junefest
W.S. Carow Tourist Park
2503 W County Road J
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Our festival offers a day of fun filled activites, including our great Lupine Junefest Bicycle Tour,
classic car show, Arts, Crafts and Flea Fair plus
music, food, demos and more.
Exhibitors: 35
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$25-$35
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Pam Davies
Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 178
Mercer, WI 54547
715/476-0168
[email protected]
www.lupinejunefest.org
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REEDSBURG
JUNE 14
40th Butterfest Art and Craft, Toy Show and
Farmer’s Market
Reedsburg City Park
200 Block N Park Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
This is an Arts and Crafts Fair/Toy Show/Farmers
Market that is on Saturday in the downtown area
of the City of Reedsburg. It is in conjunction with
a 5-day festival held in the city. There is a parade
the same day in the morning. The is the 40th year
of this Arts and Crafts event!
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Gail Mieden
Reedsburg Butter Festival
E7237 S Oak Crest Drive
Reedsburg, WI 53959
608/524-3208
[email protected]
RHINELANDER
JUNE 14
Art Fair on the Courthouse Lawn
Oneida County Courthouse Lawn, 1 S Oneida Ave
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
In its 28th year we welcome over 100 different
arts, crafts and food vendors. Enjoy a crowd of
over 3,000 people at this event. Join us for this
great community tradition!
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/2 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$75-$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 7
Kate Bauman
Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 795
Rhinelander, WI 54501
715/365-7464
[email protected]
www.explorerhinelander.com
SUN PRAIRIE
JUNE 14
WATERTOWN
JUNE 15
Taste of the Arts Fair
Watertown Art Festival
Sheehan Park, 1351 Linnerud Drive
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music
Features fine craft and art vendors, wine and
cheese tasting, food vendors, entertainment and
children’s activities in a beautiful park setting.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards: $75
Facilities: 2 3 7
Sun Prairie Chamber of Commerce
109 E Main Street
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
608/837-4547
[email protected]
www.sunprairiechamber.com
Riverside Park, 812 Labaree St
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Enjoy Father’s Day on an enchanted island! Join
us for our 50th Anniversary festival featuring purchase awards, free raffle, free children’s activities, free artists’ breakfast, live music and more.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 3/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$20, 3/1 Slides or Photos,
Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$50
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $2,000
Facilities: 2
Dave Pawl
Watertown Arts Council
PO Box 545
Watertown, WI 53094
608/655-3437
[email protected]
www.watertownart.com
OREGON
JUNE 14-15
Hayloft Gallery Art Fair
The Wood Cycle of Wisconsin
1239 S Fish Hatchery Road
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 900
Entertainment: Music
Annual on-the-farm, fine arts and fine crafts fair
at the Hayloft Gallery in partnership with neighboring “Art in the Barn” music festival.
Exhibitors: 26
Deadline: 5/30/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$20, 4/0 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 8.5 x 8.5, 10 x 10/$60-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 5 6 7
Paul Morrison
The Wood Cycle Inc
1239 S Fish Hatchery Road
Oregon, WI 53575
608/835-8462
[email protected]
www.thehayloftgallery.com
MILWAUKEE
JUNE 20-22
Lakefront Festival of Arts
Milwaukee Art Museum, 700 N Art Museum Dr
Fri 10am-10pm, Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: $10/$17
Attendance: 25,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
The 52nd annual Lakefront Festival of Art at the
Milwaukee Art Museum features the jury selected
work of 180 artists from across the country. Enjoy
the festival rain or shine!
Exhibitors: 176
Deadline: 11/26/2013
Eligibility: Juried-$35, 6/0 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$500-$600
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $10,500
Facilities: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Krista Renfrew
Lakefront Festival of Arts
700 N Art Museum Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414/224-3853
[email protected]
lfoa.mam.org
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PHILLIPS
JUNE 20-22
WAUPACA
JUNE 21
Czech-Slovak Festival
Strawberry Fest
Phillips High School, County Highway W
Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 10am-3pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
Music and dancing. State Kolacky Baking and
eating contest. Arts and crafts vendors. Polka
Services, antique farm equipment and youth activities.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10/$0-$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
William Moravek
Czech-Slovak Festival Organization
N8691 Storms Road
Phillips, WI 54555
715/820-0368
[email protected]
www.czech-slovak-festival.com
Downtown Waupaca, 111 S Main Street
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music
A family event celebrating the first taste of summer. Arts and crafts, children’s activities, strawberry shortcake, fresh pick and locally grown
strawberries for sale, food and live music.
Exhibitors: 150
Deadline: 6/1/14 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$100-$125
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Jeff Anderson
Waupaca Area Chamber of Commerce
221 S Main Street
Waupaca, WI 54981
715/258-7343
[email protected]
www.waupacamemories.com
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WISCONSIN RAPIDS
JUNE 21
Square Fare
Opera House Square, Downtown
300 N Main Street
8am-1pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
On the third Saturday of each month June through
October, one block down from the Farmer’s Market
in Opera House Square park.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 5, 10 x 10/$20-$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kathy Joubert
L & K Productions
920 W 9th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
800/366-4189
[email protected]
www.landkproductions.com
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JUNE 21
Cranberry Blossom Festival Arts Crafts and
Cranberries Fair
Witter Field, 8th Street South (between Chestnut
and Apple Streets)
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Outdoor show held rain or shine. Family friendly
event highlighting our unique agricultural heritage. Event includes car show, arts, crafts, kids’
activities, cranberry blossom tours, food and culinary cranberry treats. Fun for the whole family!
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12, 12 x 24/$45-$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Krista Coon
Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce
1120 Lincoln Street
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
715/423-1830
[email protected]
www.wisconsinrapidschamber.com
WATERTOWN
JUNE 21-22
Fiber on the Farm
Silver Creek Farm, N1897 County Road M
Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: $5
Attendance: 200
If you crochet, knit, spin, weave or make felt, join
us for a weekend of fun and fiber! Classes, vendors, farm tours and more. Class registration
opens Jan 6.
Exhibitors: 15
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 6/2 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$30-$90
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Charlotte Haas
Silver Creek Farm/Georgia Meyer
PO Box 1637
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1637
414/807-6785
[email protected]
www.fiberonthefarm.com
MAUSTON
JUNE 27-29
KENOSHA
JUNE 28
3rd Annual Summer Smash
UW Parkside Summer Arts and Crafts Festival
Veterans Memorial Park (Juneau County Fairgrounds), 1001 Division St
Fri 5pm-10pm, Sat 9am-10pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
A 3-day weekend of family-friendly events, arts
and crafts, ATV/Snowmobile races, horse
gymkhana, vintage snowmobile show, car show,
Prime Time Jimmy Kline 5K/10K Run for Cancer,
carnival, food and beer gardens and much more.
New events added every year.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$45-$70
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Mary Hudack
Greater Mauston Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 171
Mauston, WI 53948
608/847-4142
[email protected]
www.mauston.com/chamber
UW Parkside Campus Grounds
900 Wood Road
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
Entertainment: Music
UW Parkside holds its 24th annual Summer Arts
and Crafts Festival on the campus grounds. Only
handmade or embellished items are allowed. Musical entertainment provided. Proceeds benefit
the UW Parkside Music Scholarship Fund.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: 5/28/2014
Eligibility: Open, 1/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$100-$125
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Jennifer Filippone
UW Parkside Fine Arts Department
900 Wood Road
Kenosha, WI 53144
262/595-2581
[email protected]
www.uwp.edu
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CEDARBURG
JUNE 28-29
NEW GLARUS
JUNE 28-29
Strawberry Festival Fine Arts and Crafts Fair
Annual Heidi Festival Arts and Craft Fair
Cedarburg Cultural Center
W62N546 Washington Avenue
Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 100,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
Fine art and crafts with a contemporary flair distinguishes this lively event, held outdoors during
a city-wide festival that draws 100,000 visitors.
Food tent, music and free exhibits indoor.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 5/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 2-3/1-2 Slides or
Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$150-$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3
Jean Lambo
Cedarburg Cultural Center
W62N546 Washington Avenue
Cedarburg, WI 53012
262/375-3676
[email protected]
www.cedarburgculturalcenter.org
Village Park, 300 Block of 2nd Street
Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater
50th Anniversary of this fabulous, fun family festival. Tastes and treasures by local restaurants
and merchants. Heidi play performed by local actors. Arts and Crafts and activities for kids!
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12, 12 x 24/$30-$50
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Nancy Galhouse
Heidi Folk Festival Inc
PO Box 861
New Glarus, WI 53574
608/527-2496
[email protected]
www.swisstown.com
CEDARBURG
Spring Green Arts and Crafts Fair
JUNE 28-29
Ozaukee Art Center Strawberry Festival Fine
Arts/Crafts Fair
Downtown, Main Street
Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 100,000
Entertainment: Music
Featuring juried exhibitors from many states selling fine arts and crafts. Strawberry Festival is a
citywide, two day, special festival with multiple
exiciting events drawing over 100,000 visitors.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: 5/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 4/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Strawberry Fest Fine Arts and Crafts
Ozaukee Arts Center
W62N718 Riveredge Drive
Cedarburg, WI 53012
262/377-8230
[email protected]
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SPRING GREEN
JUNE 28-29
Downtown Spring Green, Jefferson Street
Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 15,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
45th annual arts and fine crafts fair held in
downtown Spring Green.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: 2/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 4/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$150-$400
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $4500
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
John Hess
Spring Green Area Chamber of Commerce
5851 County Highway Z
Spring Green, WI 53588
608/588-5851
[email protected]
www.springgreenartfair.com
Art Schools in Wisconsin
The pristine beauty of Wisconsin continues to serve as inspiration and muse to over 3,000 Wisconsin
artists. Whether it’s the rustic environment of the Northwoods or the rolling hills of southern Dane
County, Wisconsin’s landscape captivates an artist’s eye. Should a desire to experience the artistic
process first-hand awaken in you, one of the many schools found in Wisconsin can answer this call.
Retreat and immerse yourself in the creative spirit with one of these options.
Dillman’s Creative Arts Foundation, Lac du Flambeau: Dillman’s three state-of-the-art studios
host internationally known instructors. Expansive programs range from painting in encaustic, oil, or
acrylic, pastel, to photography, quilting, and writing. www.dillmans.com
School of the Arts at Rhinelander: Make plans to join Rhinelander’s School of the Arts, July 19-23,
2014 for their 51st anniversary. This one-week arts immersion course includes intro to drawing, glass
fusion, etching, portraits, landscapes and plein air painting. http://continuingstudies.wisc.edu
Bjorklunden - Lawrence University Seminar Center: Baileys Harbor
Bequeathed to Lawrence University in 1963, Björklunden vid Sjön (Birch Forest by the Water), a 425
acre estate on Lake Michigan, offers extensive adult-education seminars from Shakespeare’s poetry
to watercolor to music. www.lawrence.edu
Peninsula School of Art, Fish Creek: For over 45 years, Peninsula School of Art has been a yearround destination for artists and art enthusiasts of all ages and levels. Programs include painting,
drawing, metal arts, ceramics, sculpture and photography. www.peninsulaartschool.com
The Clearing Folk School, Ellison Bay: Believing that one’s own regional ecology and culture is
fundamental, Jens Jensen founded the Clearing as a place where instruction is non-competitive. Their
folk school is a unique place where adults who share an interest in nature, arts or humanities can
learn, reflect and wonder. http://theclearing.org
Washington Island Art and Nature Center: A 1904 schoolhouse serves as the Art & Nature Center
(ANC). Whether hosting lectures on nature, or children’s workshops in origami, ANC is devoted to the
preservation and promotion of the creative arts and natural history of Washington Island.
www.wianc.org
Madeline Island School of the Arts: A restored dairy farm surrounded by Lake Superior is home to
one of the country’s premier art and craft schools, Madeline Island School of the Arts. Accessible only
by ferry, boat, plane, wind sled or car (when the lake is frozen), classes in painting, quilting, writing,
photography are offered for college credit. www.madelineartschool.com
Valley Ridge Art Studio, Muscoda: Southwestern Wisconsin’s Valley Ridge Art Studio provides 2day immersion retreat workshops taught by world-class artists in areas as diverse as painting, book
arts, jewelry, metals and mosaics on its 100 year old farm. www.valleyridgeartstudio.com
Shake Rag Alley School of Arts & Crafts, Mineral Point: Shake Rag Alley’s list of classes entices
youth and adult of all skill levels. With over 200 offerings, this school is always busy. Whether it’s a
half-day class or full week retreat, spots fill up fast so advanced planning is encouraged. www.shakeragalley.com
Whispering Woodlands, Verona: One woman’s vision and dream became a school hosting local
professional artists as instructors. View their work then learn their techniques in workshops ranging
from fiber arts to encaustic. www.whispering-woodlands.com
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MONONA
JULY 4
Art Fair in the Park
Winnequah Park
Corner of Healy and Nichols Roads
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music
Monona’s July Fourth Festival is set in beautiful
Winnequah Park on a lagoon. Art Fair, bands, and
entertainment for all ages. Fabulous fireworks
display at dusk draws thousands of people from
the Madison area.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: 5/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Laurie Bisbee
Monona Community Festival
6304 Roselawn Avenue
Monona, WI 53716
608/219-5798
[email protected]
www.mononafestival.com
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JULY 4
Scott Park, East Main Street
9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Art and Craft Fair held in the midst of the 4th of
July celebration. Come to browse the art fair and
watch the parade, duck race, fireworks and enjoy
food and drink.
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: 6/20/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$40-$50
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Judy Weiss
Omro Lions Club
711 Michigan Street
Omro, WI 54963
920/685-6262
www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/omrowi
LODI
JULY 5
51st Annual Lodi Art in the Park
Habermann Park
550 Fair Street
10am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
51st annual arts and craft show held in a scenic
park setting overlooking a meandering creek with
beautiful shade trees.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: 4/30/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$50-$85
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Jeanne Kohl
Lodi Art Club
PO Box 134
Lodi, WI 53555
608/592-4432
[email protected]
MILWAUKEE
JULY 12
Wisconsin Lutheran College Art and Craft Fair
MARY LANGENFELD
COON VALLEY
JULY 6
Norskedalen Art Fair
Norskedalen Heritage Site
E4465 US Highway 14
9am-4pm
Admission: $6
Attendance: 500
An indoor and outdoor art fair in which artisans
and crafts people will display and sell their work.
The fair is set in the beautiful hills of Coon Valley,
Wisconsin.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 6/30/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12, 12 x 24/$0-$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 4 5 7
Tim Larson
Norskedalen Nature and Heritage Center
PO Box 235
Coon Valley, WI 54623
608/452-3424
[email protected]
www.norskedalen.org
Wisconsin Lutheran College Courtyard
8815 W Wisconsin Avenue
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music
Enjoy live music throughout the day as you
browse over 40 craft booths. Concessions available throughout the day.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 5/9/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$50-$125
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Loni Boyd
Wisconsin Lutheran College
8800 W Bluemound Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226
414/443-8702
[email protected]
www.wlc.edu/arts
MINOCQUA
JULY 12
Island Art Walk
Torpy Park and Campanile Center
Downtown Minocqua
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500
Entertainment: Music
Indoor/Outdoor show. Outdoor show held in Torpy
Park with a short walk to the Indoor show at the
Campanile Center for the Arts. Art, music, food
and family fun.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 6/1/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 5/0 Slides or Photos,
Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 11 x 11/$60-$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 7
Laura Bertch
Lakeland Kiwanis
9487 The Narrows Trail
Boulder Junction, WI 54512
715/892-1204 or 715/614-7899
[email protected]
www.lakelandkiwanis.com
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MADISON
JULY 12-13
BEAVER DAM
JULY 13
Art Fair on the Square
A Day in the Park
Capitol Concourse
Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 200,000
One of Madison’s favorite traditions, Art Fair on
the Square is consistently rated among the best
art fairs in America. It is MMoCA’s most important fundraiser – attracting 200,000 visitors.
Exhibitors: 475
Deadline: 3/1/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$35, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$495-$1050
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 2 3 6
Director of Events
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
227 State Street
Madison, WI 53703
608/257-0158
www.mmoca.org
Swan Park, Mill Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
43rd Annual Arts, Crafts and Business Fair. Get a
head start on your gift shopping and browse our
service and business booths. Food, snacks and
refreshments available.
Exhibitors: 220
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$75-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Lisa Derr
Women’s Affiliate of Beaver Dam
200 Front Street, Suite 2E
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
920/885-5549
[email protected]
www.beaverdamchamber.com/craftfair
MADISON
JULY 12-13
Art Fair Off the Square
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 200,000
Entertainment: Music
The two day event is a showcase for about 140
Wisconsin exhibitors and includes a Kids’ Craft
Corner, a public art project, food and children’s
entertainment. The show features ceramics, art
glass, paintings, drawings, sculpture, jewelry, engravings and more!
Exhibitors: 140
Eligibility: Juried, Restricted to WAAC
Members
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/
Facilities: 2 3
Lezlie Blanton
WAAC
PO Box 1791
Madison, WI 53701
608/204-9129
[email protected]
www.artcraftwis.org
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JULY 13
Faire on the Green
Paine Art Center and Gardens
1410 Algoma Boulevard
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music
Faire on the Green is Oshkosh’s largest arts and
crafts festival featuring over 200 talented artists
and craftspersons from throughout the state of
Wisconsin.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: 6/1/2014
Eligibility: Open, 2-3/2 Slides or Photos,
Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$75-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2
Doris Peitz
Paine Art Center and Gardens
1410 Algoma Boulevard
Oshkosh, WI 54901
920/235-6903 ext 22
[email protected]
www.thepaine.org
WATERFORD
JULY 18-19
Waterford Balloon Festival
Evergreen Elementary School Grounds
817 W Main Street
Fri 4pm-9pm, Sat 6am-9pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 18,000
Hot air balloon flights, evening balloon glow both
nights, art and craft fair, food, kids activities, entertainment and family fun.
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: 7/11/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/2 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$100
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Katy Engels
Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce
102 E Main Street
Waterford, WI 53185
262/534-5911
[email protected]
www.waterford-wi.org
GLENN SANDERSON
ASHLAND
JULY 18-20
Ashland Bay Days
ASHLAND
JULY 16-17
Maxwell Street Days
Downtown Ashland
Historic Main Street and Lake Shore Drive
Wed 8am start, Thu 9am start
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Maxwell Street Days, downtown street and sidewalk sales with Arts and Crafts, food vendors,
music, baby animals, pet parade, retail store
street and sidewalk sales and fun for everyone!
Exhibitors: 35
Deadline: 6/28/2014
Eligibility: Open, 2/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 7
Mary McPhetridge
Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 746
Ashland, WI 54806
800/284-9484
[email protected]
www.ashlandbaydays.com
Bayview Park, East US Highway 2
Fri 3pm-10pm, Sat 9am-10pm, Sun 9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music
Hometown Festival with Arts and Crafts, food
booths, entertainment, Strongest Man contest,
pie-eating contest, children’s activities, kids
games, 5/10 K race, Sprint Triathlon, Little Minnow Kids Triathlon, cardboard boat races and
Battle of the Bands.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 6/23/2014
Eligibility: Open, 2/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Mary McPhetridge
Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 746
Ashland, WI 54806
800/284-9484
[email protected]
www.ashlandbaydays.com
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EAGLE RIVER
JULY 19
LADYSMITH
JULY 19
Artarama’s Riverwalk Art Show and Sale
Mardi Gras Arts and Craft Fair
Riverside Park (behind Fairgrounds)
W Division Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 6,500
Entertainment: Music
42nd annual show draws tourists and vacation
homeowners from the Northwoods area, a large
art-savvy buying public. Well organized by a nonprofit volunteer committee. Funds returned to the
community for art/theatre/education programs.
Exhibitors: 125
Deadline: 3/1/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 4/1 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$95
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $800
Facilities: 2 3
Karen Kubacki
Artarama Committee
PO Box 683
Eagle River, WI 54521
715/525-2100
[email protected]
www.artarama-er.com
Downtown, Miner Avenue
9am-2pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Arts and Craft Fair featuring a large variety of
arts and crafts and food booths, both indoors and
out. Near the Farmers Market and other Mardi
Gras events.
Exhibitors: 55
Deadline: 7/11/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 12, 12 x 14/$35-$40
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 7
Arlene Knops
Greater Ladysmith Area Chamber of Commerce
205 W 9th Street South
Ladysmith, WI 54848
715/532-7328
[email protected]
www.ladysmithchamber.com
EDGERTON
JULY 19
Arts in the Park
Central Park, Swift Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music
Annual art and craft fair in beautiful Central
Park. Pie social, food available, face painting,
music, car show nearby and free parking. It’s part
of a three day event throughout the city!
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: 6/30/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$45
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Joanne Broughton
Edgerton Art Association
PO Box 66
Edgerton, WI 53534
608/884-6039
[email protected]
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LAKE MILLS
JULY 19
Lake Mills Arts Festival
Commons Park, Corner of Main and Lake Streets
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,500
Entertainment: Music
9th annual community arts celebration featuring
a juried show of Wisconsin fine artists and crafts
people. Food, music and children’s activities. Free
parking and no admission fee.
Exhibitors: 65
Deadline: 4/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$15, 2-4/1 Slides or Photos,
Digital Images, Wisconsin Fine Artists
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$70
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $500
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Katie Otto
Lake Mills Main Street Program
200E Water Street
Lake Mills, WI 53551
920/648-6721
[email protected]
www.lakemillsartsfestival.com
GLENN SANDERSON
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JULY 19
BAYFIELD
JULY 19-20
Square Fare
Festival of Arts
Opera House Square, Downtown
300 N Main Street
8am-1pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
On the third Saturday of each month June through
October, browse through 50 vendors. One block
down from the Farmer’s Market in Opera House
Square park.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 5, 10 x 10/$20-$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kathy Joubert
L & K Productions
920 W 9th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
800/366-4189
[email protected]
www.landkproductions.com
Memorial Park, 15 Front Street
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 8,000
Entertainment: Music
Bayfield’s Festival of Arts features 70 artists and
crafters from throughout the Midwest alongside
Lake Superior’s blue waters. A juried fine art
show, offerings include: paintings, glass works,
jewelry, ceramics, wood and fiber arts. Plus, enjoy
festival treats, live music and local gallery tour.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$20, 4/1 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $500
Facilities: 2
Debi Smith
Bayfield Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 138
Bayfield, WI 54814
800/447-4094 or 715/779-3335
[email protected]
www.bayfield.org
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MOUNT HOREB
JULY 19-20
NEENAH
JULY 20
43rd Annual Art Fair
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Arts Festival
Downtown Mount Horeb, Main Street
Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 15,000
Entertainment: Music
Annual art and fine craft fair on Mount Horeb’s
historic main street, our “Trollway!” Experience
Norwegian culture, friendly atmosphere, food,
silent auction, music and downtown amenities.
Also, presented by Sons of Norway, a Kaffe Stue
(Norwegian lunch).
Exhibitors: 125
Deadline: 4/30/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$25, 3/0 Slides or Photos,
Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$135-$160
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $1,500
Facilities: 2 3 7
Melissa Theisen
Mount Horeb Area Chamber of Commerce
300 E Main Street
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
608/437-5914
[email protected]
www.trollway.com
Riverside Park, 165 N Park Avenue
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
The 40th Annual Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Arts
Festival hosts fine artists in a beautifully wooded
lakeside park with music, food and familyfriendly fun. The festival is a much anticipated
Fox Cities tradition strongly supported by residents.
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: 3/31/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$20, 4/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 15/$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $1,600
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kelly Stoll
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
165 N Park Avenue
Neenah, WI 54956
920/751-4658
[email protected]
www.bergstrom-mahlermuseum.com
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JULY 26
LAND O’ LAKES
JULY 26
Art Fair on the Green
Art Impressions
Cedar Grove Memorial Park, Van Altena Avenue
9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 6,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
Family friendly celebration of Dutch heritage including parade, music, food, car show, art fair
and museum tours.
Exhibitors: 85
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 13/$45-$55
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Jenna DeRuyter
Holland Guild
5257 Lower Lakeview Ridge Road
Belgium, WI 53004
414/651-9650
[email protected]
www.hollandfest.com
Town Hall Grounds, County Highway B
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,500
Entertainment: Music
Juried art fair featuring original fine art and fine
craft. Shady, park-like setting with live music and
food vendors.
Exhibitors: 82
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$55
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $1,200
Facilities: 2 3 7
Karen Lenhart
Land O’ Lakes Chamber of Commerce
N4020 Cisco Lake Road
Watersmeet, MI 49969
906/358-4473 or 800/236-3432
www.landolakes-wi.org
FISH CREEK
RICHFIELD
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JULY 26
Settlement Shops Summer Art Fair
Richfield Art at the Mill
The Settlement Shops, 9108 State Highway 42
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Local and regional artists exhibit their original art
and fine craft in park-like setting. Surrounding
shops and galleries feature unique shopping.
Food, music and friendly atmosphere.
Exhibitors: 25
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/ Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: /$30-$40
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Barbara Knupper
Settlement Shops COA
PO Box 51
Fish Creek, WI 54212
920/868-9222
[email protected]
www.settlementshops.com
Richfield Historical Park
4399 Pleasant Hill Road
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,100
Entertainment: Music
Sixth annual Fine arts and Plein Air Fair held in a
beautiful, wooded park. Tours of historic buildings, live music, good food and silent auction.
Well advertised; free parking.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: 7/21/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 3/1 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$50-$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Lois Hessenauer
Richfield Historical Society
3339 Mount Lane
Hubertus, WI 53033
262/628-2841
[email protected]
www.richfieldhistoricalsociety.org
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WAUNAKEE
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PARK FALLS
JULY 31 - AUGUST 3
Waunafest Arts and Craft Fair - 28th Annual
Flambeau Rama
Centennial Park, Holiday Drive
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Food, beverage, music, family entertainment, carnival, softball tournament, tug of war, Sunday parade, arts and craft fair, something for everyone.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$50
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Diana Long
Waunakee Area Lioness Club
208 Fourth Street
Waunakee, WI 53597
608/849-5592
[email protected]
Festival Grounds, 310 5th Street North
Thurs 9am-12am, Fri 9am-1am, Sat 9am-1am,
Sun 8am-6pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 20,000
Entertainment: Music
Four days of free live music, food court, carnival
and family activities. Basketball tournament, 5K
run/walk, arts and craft fair and car show!
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$50
Facilities: 2 3 7
Sue Holm
Park Falls Area Chamber of Commerce
400 4th Avenue S
Park Falls, WI 54552
715/762-2703 ext 225
[email protected]
www.parkfalls.com
WILLIAMS BAY
JULY 26-27
Williams Bay Fine Art and Craft Fest
Edgewater Park, 15 E Geneva Street
10am-6pm
Attendance: 500
The 38th Williams Bay Fine Art and Craft Fest is a
juried show featuring fine art and fine crafts. It is
held in Edgewater Park on the north shore of Lake
Geneva in southeast Wisconsin. The Lake Geneva
area has been called the Newport of the Midwest
as the second largest lake in Wisconsin is a popular resort area. Musical performances and fine
foods will accompany this event.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$150, Restricted to MidWest Artists, 2-5/2-5 Photos, Digital Images,
Mid-West Artists
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 13 x 13/$150
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 9
Awards: $500
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Sandra Johnson
Williams Bay Cultural Arts Alliance
PO Box 314
Williams Bay, WI 53191
262/729-5089
[email protected]
www.wbrecdept.com
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WILTON
JUL 31 - AUGUST 3
Wilton Wood Turtle Days
Wilton Park - Wilton Community Center
400 East Street
Fri 6-10pm, Sat 9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Fireworks, softball-volleyball tournament, parade,
5k run-walk, music, arts and crafts, breakfast
and fun for everyone!
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 7/15/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: /$15
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
Lori Brueggen
Village of Wilton
PO Box 14
Wilton, WI 54670
608/435-6512
[email protected]
www.wiltonwoodturtledays.com
Indigenous or Native Art of Wisconsin
Native American art is about evolution. While works by Wisconsin Native artists can be rooted in tradition, it also has important things to say about the modern world and the future. Some Native Wisconsin
artists take the traditional and lend it a new twist, for art is created in the present, not frozen in time.
Going to the original source of art will always provide you with an experience – it’s where stories can
be shared and mutual understandings grow. Here, you can learn from the artists themselves and celebrate Wisconsin’s history through its diverse culture. We encourage you to explore further.
Morrow’s Native Art, Hayward
Artist and teacher Ramona Morrow of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and
Yankton Sioux, provides gallery space for her Cattail dolls along with numerous Native artists from the
Hayward area. Morrow’s offers a wide variety of “Hand Crafted” Native American art including bead
work, birch and ash baskets, headdresses, regalia, moccasins, cradle boards, dream catchers and
paintings. www.morrowsnativeart.net
Native Spirit Gifts & Gallery, Bayfield
Native Spirit Gifts & Gallery calls out to the traveler seeking fine Native arts. Located on the Red Cliff
Indian Reservation, this gallery offers traditional Anishinabe Ojibwe (Chippewa) art from the Great
Lakes Region. Works include bead work, locally made birch bark baskets, full size hand-crafted birch
bark canoes, dream catchers, quill boxes, books, and music. www.hawkdancer.com/nsgg.htm
Woodland Indian Art Center, Lac du Flambeau
Woodland Indian Art Center is home to a gallery featuring Native Woodland regional artwork as well
as a thriving cultural center. Both traditional and contemporary artwork is represented in its carvings,
birch bark baskets, jewelry, paintings and bead work. Additionally, classes, workshops and demonstrations in music, writing and dancing round out this center’s offerings. http://woodlandindianartcenter.org
Chief Oshkosh Native American Arts, Egg Harbor
Chief Oshkosh in Egg Harbor has been an outlet for Wisconsin Native American artists for over 60
years. Roy Oshkosh, leader of the Menominee Nation, established the business as Chief Oshkosh Trading
Post on land once popular as a summer site for Native Americans. The gallery features works by watercolorist Dawn Dark Mountain of Madison, painter Mary Prescott, doll maker Judith Jourdan of Oneida,
and wooden flute maker Michael Farmer of Baileys Harbor. An amphitheater in back provides space for
performance art. 920/868-3240
Indian Summer Festival (September 6-8, 2013), Milwaukee’s Lakefront
Indian Summer Festival is the state’s largest American Indian cultural event celebrating the traditions,
foods, games, stories, and art of Native Americans. The festival’s Circle of Art exhibit features fine art curated from Native artists across North America through a juried process. In addition, artisans demonstrate
their crafts from wood carving, basket weaving and beadwork to pottery. www.indiansummer.org
Museum of Wisconsin Art, West Bend
The Museum of Wisconsin Art is the primary venue for visitors to experience the best of Wisconsin art,
from historic to contemporary. Since opening a new building in April 2013, MOWA has continued its commitment to engaging diverse audiences and exploring Native American art and its place in the Wisconsin art scene by adding pieces to its permanent collection and also featuring a series of exhibitions and
programs that focus on the Native American experience. www.wisconsinart.org
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JACKSONPORT
AUGUST 2
AUGUST 2
Downtown Whitewater, Main Street
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
Main Street Festival brings together the arts and
businesses in a family friendly atmosphere with
art and craft booths, music, food and hands-on
activities for all ages.
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: 4/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 4/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$35-$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Deborah Blackwell
Studio 84
121 W Center Street
Whitewater, WI 53190
262/812-7560
[email protected]
www.wwmsfestival.blogspot.com
JANESVILLE
AUGUST 3
20th Annual Cherry Fest
Tallman Art Festival
Lakeside Park
County Highway V and State Highway 57
8am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music
Celebrate cherry harvest in Door County with live
music, wagon rides, food, beverages, historical
displays and a kids’ penny hunt. Arts and crafts
featuring quality handcrafted items. Well advertised and at the peak of tourist season.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Darrel Birnschein
Jacksonport Historical Society
5653 State Highway 57
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920/559-0570
[email protected]
www.jacksonporthistoricalsociety.org
Lincoln-Tallman House grounds
440 N Jackson Street
10am-5pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 2,200
57th Annual Tallman Art Festival held on the
grounds of the historic Lincoln-Tallman house in
Janesville. Music, food, refreshments, purchase
awards, and judged awards available.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 7/17/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Michael Reuter
Rock County Historical Society
PO Box 8096
Janesville, WI 53547
608/756-4509
[email protected]
www.rchs.us
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MINOCQUA
AUGUST 7
EDGERTON
AUGUST 9
After Loon Delight Craft Fair
Albion Craft and Gift Fair
Torpy Park
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music
Unique handcrafted items by over 100 exhibitors.
The craft vendors and artisans featured at the
show are selected for their handmade craftsmanship and artistic talents. Music, food and children’s activities.
Exhibitors: 120
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$75-$195
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 6 7
Beth Wetzler
Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 1006
Minocqua, WI 54548
715/356-5266
[email protected]
www.minocquaartsandcrafts.com
Albion Park, Albion Road
9am-2:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 400
Entertainment: Music
Our 16th annual fair is held in a beautiful park
with lots of crafts and gifts to choose from. Bake
sale and farmers market is held. Food available.
Exhibitors: 35
Deadline: 7/31/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: /$25-$45
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Nancy Hesselman
Albion Park Committee
15 Mildred Avenue
Edgerton, WI 53534
608/884-6522
[email protected]
BRODHEAD
AUGUST 9
Wildflower Art Festival
Veterans Park, Highway 11
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500
Entertainment: Music
Juried fine art festival held in conjunction with
Covered Bridge Days, which features dozens of
family friendly activities throughout town. Shady
park, food vendors, live musical entertainment
and beautiful art!
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 3/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 4/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 14 x 14/$55-$90
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $1,400
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Michele Benesh
Brodhead Chamber of Commerce
W449 Spruce Drive
Brodhead, WI 53520
608/558-1967
[email protected]
www.brodheadchamber.org
HARTFORD
AUGUST 9
American Accents: A Festival of Fine Arts
and Crafts
Willowbrook Park
774 E Sumner Street (State Highway 60)
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music
29th Annual event! Sponsored by Hartford
Women’s Club. Over 80 exhibitors nestled along
the Rubicon River. Live “Music Under the Trees.”
Hot food provided by the Hartford Lions.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: 8/2/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$70-$80
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Connie Kreuser
Harford Women’s Club
1034 Riverbend Drive, Apt 1
Hartford, WI 53027
262/224-0830
[email protected]
www.hartfordwomensclub.org
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BELGIUM
AUGUST 9-10
BOULDER JUNCTION
AUGUST 10
Luxembourg Fest Art and Craft Fair
58th Annual Musky Jamboree
Belgium Community Park, Beech Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
Entertainment: Music
Held in conjunction with “Luxembourg Fest of
America” which draws people from throughout
the US and the Country of Luxembourg to celebrate the “Worlds Largest Luxembourg Family Reunion.” Includes a parade, live music, food,
Heritage Displays and children’s activities.
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Slides of Photos,
Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 12, 12 x 20/$50-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Sara Jacoby
Luxembourg American Cultural Society
PO Box 157
Belgium, WI 53004
262/476-5086
[email protected]
www.luxamculturalsociety.org
Downtown Boulder Junction
County Highway M
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music
Musky Fun Run, car show, over 150 arts and
crafts booths, food booths, kids casting contest,
flea market, live entertainment and more.
Exhibitors: 180
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 4/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$80-$95
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Theresa Smith
Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 286
Boulder Junction, WI 54512
715/385-2400
[email protected]
www.boulderjct.org
WATERTOWN
Echo Park, Milwaukee Avenue (Hwy 36)
10am-6pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2100
Entertainment: Music
Non-juried Arts and Crafts Fair in conjunction
with the Knights of Columus Corn and Brat Fest.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 14 x 14/$30
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Erwin “Bud” Muellenbach
Knights of Columbus
641 Foxtree Circle #2
Burlington, WI 53105
262/210-6786
[email protected]
AUGUST 9-10
Watertown Riverfest Craft Fair
Riverside Park, 812 Labaree Street
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 16,000
Entertainment: Music
Part of the four-day Riverfest celebration. Free
admission
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 7/15/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/2 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$150
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Katie Field
Watertown Riverfest Craft Fair Committee
824 Cole Street
Watertown, WI 53094
920/988-9800
[email protected]
www.watertownriverfest.com
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BURLINGTON
AUGUST 10
Knights of Columbus Arts and Crafts Fair
GLENN SANDERSON
EAGLE RIVER
AUGUST 13
WAUPACA
AUGUST 15-16
Paul Bunyan Fest
Arts on the Square
Downtown Eagle River
Wall Street and Railroad Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music
Come celebrate our logging heritage at Paul Bunyan Fest – a fun family event held in downtown
Eagle River. This event features chain saw carving, musical entertainment, arts and crafts
booths and the huge Paul Bunyan-size beef sandwich and luncheon.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: 3/15/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3-5/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kim Emerson
Eagle River Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 1917
Eagle River, WI 54521
800/359-6315
[email protected]
www.eagleriver.org
Downtown City Square, Main and Fulton Streets
Fri 5pm-10pm, Sat 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 6,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
An eclectic celebration of the arts starts Friday
evening with a street dance and continues on
Saturday with a juried art show and sale, live
music, theater, dance and participatory events.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 5/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 4/1 Slides or Photos,
Digial Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 9
Awards: $800
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Bev Crane
Waupaca Community Arts Board
E3230 Saxeville Road
Pine River, WI 54965
715/258-5141
[email protected]
www.waupacaarts.org
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MILWAUKEE
AUGUST 15-17
FITCHBURG
AUGUST 16
Milwaukee Domes Art Festival
Agora Art Fair
Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory Domes
524 S Layton Boulevard
Fri 12pm-7pm, Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: $8
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music
MDAF is a juried art show on the ground of Milwaukee’s beloved Mitchell Park; featuring plein
air painters, live music and performances, an art
auction benefiting the Domes, and a variety of
food, drink and fun for the whole family.
Exhibitors: 65
Deadline: 3/1/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$35, 4/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$250-$450
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $9,500
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
Megan Verwey
Friends of the Domes
1430 E Moreland Boulevard
Waukesha, WI 53186
262/574-9400
[email protected]
www.milwaukeedomesartfestival.com
Agora, 5500 East Cheryl Parkway
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 15,000
Entertainment: Music
6th Annual Fine Arts Fair set amid a beautiful
garden atmosphere with stunning architecture
providing a natural backdrop for this growing
show. Live music, food, beer/wine garden and
kids’ activities.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 4/30/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 4/1 Digital Images, WI
Residents
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$130
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $200
Facilities: 2 3 5 6 7
Niki Russos/Steven Leverentz
Fitchburg Center
5500 E Cheryl Parkway, Suite 110
Fitchburg, WI 53711
608/332-7900
[email protected]
www.agoraartfair.com
ROBB FISCHER
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AUGUST 16
WALES
AUGUST 16
Square Fare
Donna Lexa Memorial Art Fair
Opera House Square, Downtown
300 N Main Street
8am-1pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
On the third Saturday of each month June through
October, browse through 50 vendors. One block
down from the Farmer’s Market in Opera House
Square Park.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 5, 10 x 10/$20-$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kathy Joubert
L & K Productions
920 W 9th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
800/366-4189
[email protected]
www.landkproductions.com
Glacial Drumlin Bicycle Trail
Main Street and James Street
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,500
Entertainment: Music
18th annual juried art fair along the Glacial
Drumlin Bicycle Trail in the quaint Village of
Wales. Artist park behind their booth.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$15, 4/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12, 12 x 24/$75-$150
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $475
Facilities: 2 3 7
Pam MacArthur
Jerusalem Presbyterian Church
PO Box 88
Wales, WI 53183
262/853-0808
[email protected]
www.donnalexamemorialartfair.org
STOUGHTON
AUGUST 16
Coffee Break Festival Arts and Crafts Fair
Mandt Park, 400 Mandt Parkway
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 650
The Coffee Break Festival celebrates the invention
of the modern-day coffee break in Stoughton. It
also features a car show, coffee brew-off by local
roasters and a bean spitting contest!
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$35-$45
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Laura Trotter
Stoughton Chamber of Commerce
532 E Main Street
Stoughton, WI 53589
608/873-7912
[email protected]
www.stoughtonwi.com
SUN PRAIRIE
AUGUST 16-17
Sweet Corn Festival
Angell Park, 100 Park Street
Sat 11:30am-7pm, Sun 11:30 am-5pm
Admission: $1
Attendance: 80,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
Part of a larger festival, the fest includes carnival, food vendors, entertainment, animal tent,
beer shelter, kiddie korner, family entertainment
stage, tractor pull and midget auto races.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: 7/25/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$95
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3
Sun Prairie Chamber of Commerce
109 E Main Street
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
608/837-4547
[email protected]
www.sunprairiechamber.com
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NEW HOLSTEIN
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PORTAGE
AUGUST 23
New Holstein Kiwanis Arts and Crafts Fair
Taste of Portage Market Fair
Civic Park, 2200 Washington Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1000
Entertainment: Music
Arts and Crafts Fair, Pancake Breakfast 8:30am
to noon, free corn roast at noon, entertainment
and other food and refreshments. Other events in
the city.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 8/17/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 15 x 15/$30-$40
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 6 7
Bob Feyen
New Holstein Kiwanis Club
PO Box 34
New Holstein, WI 53061
920/898-5640
[email protected]
Downtown Portage, along State Highway 33
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5.000
Entertainment: Music
Sample food from restaurants and non-profit organizations, shop the art and craft booths, see
the all-make/all-model car show. Kids’ activities
and live music throughout the day.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 8/18/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 18, 10 x 36/$50-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Melody Pfutzenreuter
Portage Area Chamber of Commerce
104 W Cook Street, Suite A
Portage, WI 53901
608/742-6242
[email protected]
www.portagewi.com
PRESQUE ISLE
AUGUST 17
Presque Isle Fine Art Show and Art in the
Park
Presque Isle Community Center and Park
Hwy B and School Loop Road
10am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,200
Entertainment: Music
This is the 11th annual People’s Choice Fine Art
Show and Fair. We encourage exhibitors to demonstrate their art. All fine art skill levels accepted.
Entertainment and refreshments.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: 8/1/2014
Eligibility: Open, Fine Art and Fine Crafts
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$10-$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $900
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 7
Kay Lorbiecki
Presque Isle Fine Arts, Inc.
PO Box 223
Presque Isle, WI 54557
715/439-5233
[email protected]
www.pifinearts.com
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MIDDLETON
AUGUST 23-24
Middleton Good Neighbor Festival Art and
Craft Fair
Fireman’s Park, 7420 North Avenue
Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 6,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
Family friendly event with carnival rides, 4 live
music stages, 16 food vendors, 2 beer gardens,
2 parades and a craft fair. The craft fair features
100 artists selling handmade items including
jewelry, metal/stone crafts, photography, ceramics and much more.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 15/$125-$150
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Middleton Jaycees Art Fair Coordinator
Middleton Jaycees
PO Box 620154
Middleton, WI 53562
[email protected]
www.middletonjaycees.org/art-shows
FRANKLIN
AUGUST 31
28th Annual Labor Day Arts and Crafts Fair
MAURICE THALER
GREENBUSH
AUGUST 24
54th Annual Wade House Arts and Crafts Fair
Wade House Historic Site
W7965 State Highway 23
9am-4pm
Admission: $5
Attendance: 1,700
Artisans and craftspeople from Wisconsin and
across the Midwest display and sell their wares at
one of the most popular and longstanding fairs of
its kind in eastern Wisconsin.
Exhibitors: 90
Deadline: 8/11/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 11 x 11/$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards: $60
Facilities: 2 3 7
David Simmons
Wade House Historic Site
PO Box 34
Greenbush, WI 53026
920/526-3271
[email protected]
www.wadehouse.org
Sacred Heart School of Theology
7335 S Lovers Lane Road
9am-3pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 900
Entertainment: Music
All items, arts and crafts, must have been created by the vendor. Copyright infringement items
not allowed.
Exhibitors: 60-80
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 5/5 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 15/$45-$55
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Dave Kunze
Trinity Council #4580, Knights of Columbus
8740 W Elm Court
Franklin, WI 53132
414/379-3233
[email protected]
www.trinitycouncil4580.com
NEW GLARUS
AUGUST 31
Wilhelm Tell Festival Art in the Park
New Glarus Village Park, 319 2nd Street
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500
Entertainment: Music
Annual juried outdoor fine arts and fine crafts
show.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 4/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$15, 3/1 Slides or Photos,
Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 12, 12 x 12/$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 6 9
Awards: $2,500
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Mary Thomson
New Glarus Vision, Inc
W6024 Meadow Valley Road
New Glarus, WI 53574
608/527-5642
[email protected]
www.swisstown.com
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SEPTEMBER 6
SUN PRAIRIE
SEPTEMBER 6
Downtown Sun Prairie Art Fest
Downtown Sun Prairie/Cannery Square
300 East Main Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music
Booths will be located on the streets surrounding
Cannery Square. Live music and food from local
restaurants will be available.
Exhibitors: 35
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$70-$140
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Dan Callies
Sun Prairie Downtown BID
238 E Main Street
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
608/825-1515
[email protected]
www.downtownsunprairie.com
Pardeeville Watermelon Festival
Chandler Park, Park Drive
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 750
Entertainment: Music
The 47th annual Pardeeville Watermelon Festival
is a fall festival held the first Saturday after
Labor Day hosted in beautiful Chandler Park.
Pardeeville is home of the US Watermelon SpeedEating and Seed-Spitting Championships, Inc.
The day includes children’s games, a free hay
dive for kids, art and craft vendor booths, music
and more,
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 7/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$20-$30
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Vendor Fair Chair
Pardeeville Watermelon Festival
PO Box 163
Pardeeville, WI 53954
608/535-9139
[email protected]
www.pardeevillewatermelonfestival.com
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WATERTOWN
SEPTEMBER 6
Rock River Wine Fest and Craft Show
Riverside Park, 812 Labaree Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
Entertainment: Music
The largest Wisconsin Wine Fest in the state.
Wisconsin wines for tasting, wine retail booth,
100 crafters, food, cheese, music, contest and
more. Benefits the Kiwanis Relay for Life.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 15 x 15/$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 7
Edna DeWitt
Calico Cottage/Rock River Winery
500 A Bernard Street
Watertown, WI 53094
920/261-9460
[email protected]
www.calicocottagewinery.com
ROBB FISCHER
WAUKESHA
SEPTEMBER 6
WAUSAU
SEPTEMBER 6-7
Waukesha Art Fest
Art World 2014
Downtown Waukesha, Main Street
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music
Juried fine art show, live music, local restaurants,
Milwaukee Art Museum children’s activity area
and silent auction all located in Historic Downtown Waukesha and Gibson Guitar Town.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: 5/31/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $1650
Facilities: 2 3 7
Laura Fesser
Downtown Business Association
4305 S Rose Court
New Berlin, WI 53151
262/389-2072
[email protected]
www.waukeshaartfest.com
Marathon Park, 1201 Stewart Avenue
Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 30,000
Entertainment: Music
25th year! The largest art, craft and gift event in
Wausau’s Marathon Park held during this huge
city-wide arts weekend. One of the top selling and
buying shows in central Wisconsin.
Exhibitors: 250
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/0 Photos, Slides
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 8 x 17/$250-$355
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Mac McCallin
MAC Productions LLC
705 Bugbee Avenue
Wausau, WI 54401
715/675-6201
[email protected]
www.macproductionllc.com
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WISCONSIN RAPIDS
SEPTEMBER 7
Heart of Wisconsin 14th Annual Downtown
“Grand Affair”
Downtown Wisconsin Rapids, Grand Avenue
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Outdoor event held rain or shine. Family friendly
event to kick off the fall season. Event includes
music, car show, kids activities, food, arts, crafts,
historical tour and more.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: 8/29/2014
Eligibility: Open, Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12, 12 x 24/$15-$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Krista Coon
Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce
1120 Lincoln Street
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
715/423-1830
[email protected]
www.wisconsinrapidschamber.com
WISCONSIN DELLS SEPTEMBER 12-14
Wo Zha Wa Days Arts and Crafts Fair
Bowman Park, Broadway/Bowman
Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 9am-3:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 100,000
City wide festival incorporating street sales, entertainment, food and drink. All culminating with
the Arts and Crafts Show in Bowman Park and a
fantastic parade on Sunday.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: 3/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$150
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Hope Hill
Wisconsin Dells Art Association
PO Box 183
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
608/981-2321
[email protected]
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SEPTEMBER 13
Celebrate Amherst River Fest
Main Street, Main Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
Entertainment: Music
This is the fifth annual community wide outdoor
event consisting of arts and crafts vendors, food,
river activities on the beautiful Tomorrow River,
children’s events and music!
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 7/15/2014
Eligibility: Open, 2/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$30
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kristen Crubaugh
Amherst Business Association
PO Box 223
Amherst, WI 54406
715/824-5546
[email protected]
GERMANTOWN
SEPTEMBER 13
St John UCC Fall Fair - Arts and Crafts
St John United Church of Christ
N104W14181 Donges Bay Road
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 600
The historical church is hosting quality arts and
crafts for the 29th year. Youth booths available.
Bake sale, raffles, silent auction, theme baskets,
sports memorabilia, food and more.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, 2/ Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 12 x 12/$10-$40
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 7
Mary Ann Toth
St John UCC
N104W14181 Donges Bay Road
Germantown, WI 53022
262/251-0640
[email protected]
www.stjohnuccgermantown.org
NEW LONDON
SEPTEMBER 13
MARSHFIELD
SEPTEMBER 13-14
Cheese and Sausage Fall Family Fest
Maple Fall Fest
Downtown New London, W North Water Street
8am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,500
Entertainment: Music
A great day for the entire family, this event offers
craft and food vendors, a live music stage, kids’
games and entertainment area and a petting zoo.
Exhibitors: 125
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 15, 10 x 30/$35-$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 5
Laurie Shaw
New London Area Chamber of Commerce
420 N Shawano Street
New London, WI 54961
920/982-5822
[email protected]
www.newlondonchamber.com
Wildwood Park and Zoo, 1800 S Roddis Avenue
9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 22,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
160+ of the best handmade craft vendors from
the Midwest. Kids’ zone, food court and zoo tours.
Two full days of festivities, food and crafts all
centered on the theme of maple and Wisconsin
fall family fun!
Exhibitors: 160
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$110-$130
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Marshfield Convention and Visitors Bureau
700 S Central Avene / PO Box 868
Marshfield, WI 54449
715/384-4314
[email protected]
www.visitmarshfield.com
JEFFERSON
SEPTEMBER 13-14
Gemuetlichkeit Days German Heritage
Festival
Jefferson Fair Park, 503 N Jackson Avenue
Sat 11am-8pm, Sun 1:30-6pm
Admission: $10
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
15th Annual Arts and Craft Fair. German Heritage
Festival featuring music, dancing, food, contests,
a car show, an arts and crafts show, card tournament and a parade on Sunday.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Debbie Meinel
Gemuetlichkeit Days
536 E Racine Street
Jefferson, WI 53549
920/674-6124
[email protected]
www.gdays.org
BONDUEL
SEPTEMBER 20
Bonduel Founders Day
Downtown Bonduel, Green Bay Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,500
Entertainment: Music
Arts and crafts, food and entertainment!
Exhibitors: 135
Deadline: 7/31/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$10-$15
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Barbara Wickman
Village of Bonduel
PO Box 382
Bonduel, WI 54107
715/853-8578
[email protected]
www.villageofbonduel.com
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CROSS PLAINS
SEPTEMBER 20
Hill and Valley Antique Auto and Americana
Show
Baer Park, County Highway P
6:45am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Antique auto show with old time crafts such as
quilting, black smithing, sauerkraut making,
telegraphers, etc. Historical society displays, corn
on the cob steamed by an antique steam engine.
Exhibitors: 20
Deadline: 9/5/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$20
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6
Facilities: 2 3
Linda Chandler
Wisconsin Capital Model T Club
PO Box 233
Cross Plains, WI 53528
608/798-3040
[email protected]
www.wicapitalmodeltclub.com
HUBERTUS
SEPTEMBER 20
Holy Hill Arts and Crafts Fair
Holy Hill Grounds, 1525 Carmel Road
10am-5pm
Admission: $5
Attendance: 8,000
Entertainment: Music
235-240 arts and crafts presented in a natural
setting. Food and entertainment available. Free
parking and shuttle bus service. No pets please.
Children under 12 free.
Exhibitors: 240
Deadline: 4/1/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 12, 10 x 24/$150-$350
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards: $1,500
Facilities: 2 3 7
Therese Jasinski
Discalced Carmelite Friars of Holy Hill
411 Killarney Road
Hartford, WI 53027
262/966-7172
[email protected]
www.holyhillartsandcraftsfair.com
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OSHKOSH
SEPTEMBER 20
Square Fare
Opera House Square, Downtown
300 N Main Street
8am-1pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
On the third Saturday of each month June through
October, browse through 50 vendors. One block
down from the Farmer’s Market in Opera House
Square park.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 5, 10 x 10/$20-$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kathy Joubert
L & K Productions
920 W 9th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
800/366-4189
[email protected]
www.landkproductions.com
WAUKESHA
SEPTEMBER 20
Apple Harvest Festival
Retzer Nature Center
S14W28167 Madison Street
9am-5pm
Admission: $5
Attendance: 5,000
Festival highlights apples; from homemade apple
pie and apple cider to a large variety of apples for
purchase. Children’s activities, games, music
and hayrides. Artist demonstrations encouraged.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3-5/0 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, /$30-$50
Acceptable Work: 1 3 4 5 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Larry Kascht
Retzer Nature Center/Waukesha County Parks
S14W28167 Madison Street
Waukesha, WI 53188
262/896-8007
[email protected]
www.waukeshacountyparks.com
CEDARBURG
SEPTEMBER 20-21
Cedarburg Garden Club Wine and Harvest
Festival Fine Art and Craft Fair
Community Center, Washington Avenue
Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 80,000
Entertainment: Music
Wine and Harvest Festival juried art and craft fair
drawing 80,000 visitors, indoors in the Community Center and outdoors on Washington Avenue in
the heart of historic downtown Cedarburg.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 6/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10, 10 x 10/$100-$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
Jane Hockerman
Cedarburg Garden Club
6024 W Chapel Hill Road
Mequon, WI 53097
262/242-4103
[email protected]
CEDARBURG
SEPTEMBER 20-21
Ozaukee Art Center Wine/Harvest Fest Fine
Arts/Crafts Fair
Downtown, Main Street
Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 50,000
Entertainment: Music
The Ozaukee Art Center features juried exhibitors
from many states selling fine arts and crafts.
Wine and Harvest Festival is a citywide, two day,
special festival with multiple exiciting events
drawing over 50,000 visitors.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: 8/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 4/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Wine/Harvest Fest Fine Arts/Crafts Fair
Ozaukee Arts Center
W62N718 Riveredge Drive
Cedarburg, WI 53012
262/377-8230
[email protected]
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CEDARBURG
SEPTEMBER 20-21
SOLDIERS GROVE
SEPTEMBER 20-21
Wine and Harvest Fine Arts and Crafts Fair
Driftless Area Art Festival
Cedarburg Cultural Center
W62N546 Washington Avenue
Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 50,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
Fine Art and Craft fair with a contemporary flair
distinguishes this lively event, held during a citywide festival that draws 50,000 visitors. Food
tent, music and free exhibits indoors.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: 7/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 2-3/1-2 Slides or
Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$150-$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3
Jean Lambo
Cedarburg Cultural Center
W62N546 Washington Avenue
Cedarburg, WI 53012
262/375-3676
[email protected]
www.cedarburgculturalcenter.org
Beauford T. Anderson Memorial Park
State Highway 131 and County Highway C
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,500
Entertainment: Music
Celebrating the visual, performing and culinary
arts of the Driftless Area. Featuring painting,
photography, woodworking, ceramics, fiber, sculpture, jewelry, live music and local foods.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: 3/15/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$15, 4/1 Digital Images,
Driftless Area of WI, MN, IA, IL
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$100-$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards: $6,200
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Jerry and Liz Quebe
Community Development Alternatives, Inc
43495 Trout Creek Road
Soldiers Grove, WI 54655
608/624-3600
[email protected]
www.driftlessareaartfestival.com
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DELAFIELD
SEPTEMBER 26-27
FISH CREEK
SEPTEMBER 27
MJC Memorial Craft Fair
Settlement Shops Fall Art Fair
Cornerstone Church, N6W31449 Alberta Drive
Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
5th annual craft show featuring arts, handmade
crafts, silent auction, bake sale, hour door prize
drawings and much more. Non-profit craft show,
proceeds going to Michael’s Helping Hands Foundation.
Exhibitors: 20
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 4/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 4 x 8, 10 x 10/$45-$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 7
Julie Chaloupka
Michael’s Helping Hands Foundation
322 Buena Vista Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53188
262/404-5763
[email protected]
www.michaelshelpinghands.org
The Settlement Shops, 9108 State Highway 42
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1000
Entertainment: Music
Local and regional artists exhibit their original art
and fine craft in park-like setting. Surrounding
shops and galleries feature unique shopping.
Food, music and friendly atmosphere.
Exhibitors: 25
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/ Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: /$30-$40
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Barbara Knupper
Settlement Shops COA
PO Box 51
Fish Creek, WI 54212
920/868-9222
[email protected]
www.settlementshops.com
WARRENS
SEPTEMBER 26-28
Warrens Cranberry Festival
Warrens Village Lawns, 402 Pine Street
7am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 105,000
Entertainment: Music
Visit our 42nd annual Warrens Cranberry Festival
September 26-28, 2014. Enjoy our fall festival
with cranberry marsh tours, music, 1300 vendors – arts and crafts/flea and farm market/100
food vendors!
Exhibitors: 500
Deadline: 5/15/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$325-$625
Acceptable Work: 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 6
Kim Schroeder
Warrens Cranberry Festival Inc
PO Box 146
Warrens, WI 54666
608/378-4200
[email protected]
www.cranfest.com
FRANKSVILLE
SEPTEMBER 27
Pumpkin Harvest Art and Craft Fair
Swan’s Pumpkin Farm, 5930 County Road H
9am-1pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
A variety of talented artists and craftsmen display their work outdoors at a country pumpkin
farm. In conjunction with the popular Tucker 4-H
pancake breakfast. Free entry and parking.
Exhibitors: 27
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Tammy Lauf
Tucker 4-H Club of Racine County
1844 Brandon Lane
Mount Pleasant, WI 53406
262/634-1482
[email protected]
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MINOCQUA
SEPTEMBER 27
HUDSON
SEPTEMBER 27-28
Prime Choice Craft Show at Beef-A-Rama
Spirit of the St. Croix Art Festival
Torpy Park
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music
Unique handcrafted items by over 100 exhibitors.
The craft vendors and artisans featured at the
show are selected for their handmade craftsmanship and artistic talents. Held in downtown
Minocqua in historic Torpy Park. Music, food and
children’s activities.
Exhibitors: 120
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$125-$300
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 6 7
Beth Wetzler
Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 1006
Minocqua, WI 54548
715/356-5266
[email protected]
www.minocquaartsandcrafts.com
Lakefront Park, First and Walnut Streets
Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 8,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater
Set on the banks of the St. Croix River, this fall
gathering features 90 juried artists, acoustic
music, local food and beverages and family fun!
Exhibitors: 90
Deadline: 5/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 4/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$150
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards: $300
Facilities: 2 3 6 7
Andrea Jorgenson
Hudson Chamber and The Phipps Center for the
Arts
502 Second Street
Hudson, WI 54016
715/386-8411
[email protected]
www.sayhellotohudson.com
PHILLIPS
SEPTEMBER 27
Phillips Fall Festival
Courthouse Lawn, 126 Cherry Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music
Exhibitors: 35
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$35
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Phillips Area Chamber of Commerce
305 S Lake Avenue
Phillips, WI 54555
715/339-4100
[email protected]
www.phillipswisconsin.net
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HORICON
SEPTEMBER 28
Autumn Art on the Marsh
Discher Park, 800 N Cedar Street
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
39th Annual Homemade Art and Craft Fair nestled
next to the Horicon Marsh. Food, music, free
hourly door prize, John Deere Tractor raffle. No
pets please.
Exhibitors: 115
Deadline: 9/5/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 15/$50-$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards: $425
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 7
Karen Boersma
Horicon Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 23
Horicon, WI 53032
920/485-3200
[email protected]
www.horiconchamber.com
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BAYFIELD
OCTOBER 4
OCTOBER 3-5
Bayfield Apple Festival
Downtown Bayfield and Memorial Park
42 S Broad Street
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 45,000
Entertainment: Music
Bayfield’s Apple Festival celebrates the fall harvest alongside scenic Lake Superior. Held every
October, the event features apple orchard and
festival food booths, handmade arts and crafts,
specialty vendors, live entertainment, carnival,
contests and a Grand Parade with Mass Band.
Exhibitors: 130
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$20, 4/1 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$275-$600
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2
Debi Smith
Bayfield Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 138
Bayfield, WI 54814
800/447-4094 or 715/779-3335
de[email protected]
www.bayfield.org
Cambria-Friesland Historical House
112 N Madison Street
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 200
Free, outdoor family festival featuring a juried art
fair, antique appraiser, old-world craft demos,
animal exhibits, food, book sale and historic
house tours.
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Closed, 4/2 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 12 x 12/$20
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Julie Saalsaa
Duck Creek Arts Guild
PO Box 93
Cambria, WI 53923
920/348-6120
[email protected]
www.cambriaculture.net
GREEN BAY
OCTOBER 4
Bay Beach Craft Show
Bay Beach Pavilion, 1313 Bay Beach Road
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500
Handmade only crafts, indoor and outdoor booths
available. Free admission.
Exhibitors: 85
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10/$45
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 7
Irene Zittlow
Fox Valley Artisans
344 Coolidge Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
920/336-4771
[email protected]
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IOLA
OCTOBER 4
STOCKBRIDGE
OCTOBER 4
Taste of Norway and I-S Craft and Gift Fair
October in the Park
Iola Historical Society’s Historic Village
210 Depot Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Norwegian event with pastry making demonstrations. Featuring “lost arts” with demonstrations
on rosemaling, black-smithing, yarn spinning,
sewing, rug weaving, basket weaving, bee keeping and jewelry making. Also a craft show!
Exhibitors: 17
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$30
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 4 7
Mary Schwartz
Iola-Scandinavia Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 167
Iola, WI 54945
715/445-4005
[email protected]
www.ischamber.org
Stockbridge Community Park
175 S Military Road (Highway 55)
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 800
October in the Park is a great fall arts and crafts
event that showcases the handmade wares of
50+ unique artisans. Seasonal food, great music
and beverages round out the experience.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$25-$35
Acceptable Work: 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 4 5 7
Lisa Averkamp
Stockbridge Area Business Association
PO Box 292
Stockbridge, WI 53088
920/439-1700
[email protected]
www.villageofstockbridge.org
REEDSBURG
Cranberry Fest
OCTOBER 4
Reedsburg Fire Department Arts and Crafts
Sale
Reedsburg Fire Department, 131 S Park Street
8am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000
This will be the 13th Annual Sale held inside and
in the tent at the rear of the Fire Station. The
event also has a chili luncheon that is held in the
adjacent Recreation Building.
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: 9/1/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 30/$50-$150
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 4 6 7
Tommy Lee Bychinski
Reedsburg Fire Department
131 S Park Street
Reedsburg, WI 53959
608/495-1820
[email protected]
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EAGLE RIVER
OCTOBER 4-5
Vilas County Fairgrounds, Highway 70 W
Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 40,000
Entertainment: Music
Celebrating the Cranberry Harvest! Come enjoy
cranberry fitness events, entertainment, crafter
sales and auction, marsh and winery tours, fresh
cranberry and craisin sales, cranberry foods and
beverages and so much more!
Exhibitors: 300
Deadline: 3/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3-5/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, /$225-$275
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Kim Emerson
Eagle River Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 1917
Eagle River, WI 54521
800/359-6315
[email protected]
www.eagleriver.org
SHAWANO
OCTOBER 4-5
Shawano Country Miles of Art
WISCONSIN DELLS VCB
MOUNT HOREB
OCTOBER 4-5
33rd Fall Heritage Festival
Downtown Mount Horeb, Main Street
Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 10am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music
Experience Norwegian heritage with artists,
crafters, farmers’ market, buggy rides, a mini
tractor pull, quilt show, heritage demonstrations,
live music and a silent auction on Mount Horeb’s
historic main street our “Trollway!” Also, presented by Sons of Norway, a Host Frokost (Norwegian breakfast) and more.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: 7/31/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Slides or Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$100-$125
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Melissa Theisen
Mount Horeb Area Chamber of Commerce
300 E Main Street
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
608/437-5914
[email protected]
www.trollway.com
8 Shawano/Menominee County locations,
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,500
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
Free self-guided tours of artists’ studios, Walls of
Wittenberg murals and Barn Quilts, combined
with colorful fall drives. Experience a unique opportunity to meet the artists and purchase their
work.
Exhibitors: 65
Eligibility: Closed
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 7
Patti Peterson
Shawano Country Tourism Council
PO Box 38
Shawano, WI 54166
715/524-2139
[email protected]
www.smartwisconsin.com
GREENVILLE
OCTOBER 5
40th Annual Greenville Fall Craft Fair
Greenville Lions Park, N1003 Municipal Drive
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Handmade arts/crafts, produce, bakery. Inside
and outside – rain or shine. For early set-up,
homemade sweet rolls, egg biscuits, hot drinks.
Lunch – homemade soups, hot drinks/sandwiches, desserts.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: 7/31/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 5 x 8, 10 x 10/$35-$45
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3
Sandy Mc Monagle
Greenville Lioness Club
PO Box 181
Greenville, WI 54942
920/757-5661
[email protected]
www.greenvillelioness.org
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LAKE MILLS
OCTOBER 5
Lake Mills Fall Festival of Color
Commons Park, 100 Main Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music
Exhibitors: 140
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$30
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kate Anderson
Lake Mills Area Chamber of Commerce
200C Water Street
Lake Mills, WI 53551
920/648-3585
[email protected]
www.lakemills.org
BARABOO
OCTOBER 11
Downtown Baraboo Fair on the Square
Downtown Business District
Third and Fourth Streets
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater, Dance
28th Annual, drive up, on street set-up, free coffee and donuts for exhibitors. Food court, farmers
market, Kids’ entertainment, live music and performance. Professionally organized and promoted
event.
Exhibitors: 150
Deadline: 9/12/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$5, 3/1 Slides or Photos,
Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$85
Acceptable Work: 1 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Melissa Rank
Downtown Baraboo, Inc.
PO Box 216
Baraboo, WI 53913
608/448-3940
[email protected]
www.downtownbaraboo.com
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JANESVILLE
OCTOBER 11
Cargill United Methodist Women Craft Show
and Bake Sale
Craig Center, Rock County Fairgrounds
1301 Craig Avenue
9am-3pm
Admission: $1
Attendance: 500
Craft show, bake sale, refreshments and lunch
available.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: 9/30/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Leah Creed
Cargill United Methodist Women
PO Box 539
Footville, WI 53537
608/531-1808 or 414/232-7146
[email protected]
www.cargillumc.org
MENASHA
OCTOBER 11
Fall Craft Bazaar and Beyond
The Salvation Army, 1525 Appleton Road
9am-2pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 200
This is our 10th Annual Bazaar.
Exhibitors: 25
Deadline: 9/6/2013
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 6 x 8, 10 x 10/$20-$55
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Captain Melinda Tooley
The Salvation Army
1525 Appleton Road
Menasha, WI 54956
920/886-3612 ext 26
[email protected]
www.safoxcities.org
WEST BEND
OCTOBER 17-18
Fall Fair to Remember
Washington County Fair Park
3000 County Highway PV
Fri 4pm-8pm, Sat 9am-4pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 3,500
Two large buildings where weather is no problem.
Art and Craft fair, 4-H Concession, face painting
by Jer Bear the Clown. Many gift ideas for home
and garden. Free parking.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 13/$85
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 6 7
Jane Schoedel
A Fair to Remember
1010 County Highway A
West Bend, WI 53090
262/692-9488
[email protected]
www.afairtoremember.com
ELKHORN
OCTOBER 18
9th Annual Elkhorn Oktoberfest
Veterans and Pocket Parks - Downtown Square,
100 W Walworth Street
9am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
Over 100 crafters and vendors, with a variety of
food, a chili cook-off, live entertainment, wine
and beer tasting, kids’ activities and more. It’s
fall fun for the whole family!
Exhibitors: 125
Deadline: 10/3/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12, 12 x 24/$35-$90
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 5 6 7
Elkhorn Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism
Center
203 E Walworth Street / PO Box 41
Elkhorn, WI 53121
262/723-5788
[email protected]
www.elkhornchamber.com
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The Art of Upcycling
Before you throw out a ripped shirt, old sheet
music, or a broken bike lock, stop and think
about the possibilities. The Art of Upcycling is
all about redesigning, re-imaging and repurposing items that would otherwise be thrown
out. Maybe there are ways to create a purse out
of the shirt, wrapping paper from the sheet
music, or a sculpture from the lock.
We live in a state that is rich in natural resources and promotes environmental-friendly
communities. Upcycling is a unique and artistic way to preserve our resources by converting
discarded materials into higher quality products like sculptures, jewelry, and clothing. Not
to mention the added incentive of a positive
environmental impact – items that would otherwise be tossed in landfills are recreated into
useful products.
Upcycling has been on the craft fair scene
for decades as old paints tins are cut into
petals for floral yard art and neckties are being
sewn together to create skirts. Boutiques and
shops have started specializing in upcycled
goods that rival the quality of department
stores but with an advantage of being one-ofa-kind, and as an added bonus they’re better
for the environment!
UPCYCLED ART BY ANNIKA BAYER, AMY BAYER AND CHELSEA DEWALL
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MENOMONEE FALLS
OCTOBER 18
NEW BERLIN
OCTOBER 18
A Community Affair
Fall Harvest Art and Craft Fair
Menomonee Falls High School
W142N8101 Merrimac Drive
9am-4:30pm
Admission: $4
Attendance: 1,250
32nd annual arts, crafts, antiques and collectibles show featuring 100 juried exhibitors.
Homemade luncheon, snack bar, silent auction,
bake sale, cash and basket raffles, antique appraiser. Proceeds go to charity.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 6/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$90
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards: $250
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Jeanne Verbsky
Community League
PO Box 973
Menomonee Falls, WI 53052
414/581-0352
[email protected]
www.communityleague.com
Ronald Reagan Elementary School
4225 S Calhoun Road
9am-3pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 1,200
32nd year with 120+ crafters and artists offering
unique handcrafted items. Concessions area featuring our homemade chili and fabulous baked
goods. All proceeds are donated back to the surrounding communities.
Exhibitors: 120
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, 2/0 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 4.5 x 13, 8 x 10/$45-$55
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Linda Arend
New Berlin Junior Woman’s Club
4138 S Regal Manor Court
New Berlin, WI 53151
262/385-6303
[email protected]
www.newberlinjuniors.org
GLENN SANDERSON
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OCTOBER 18
GREEN LAKE
OCTOBER 18-19
Square Fare
From the Land Folk Art Festival
Opera House Square, Downtown
300 N Main Street
8am-1pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
On the third Saturday of each month June through
October, browse through 50 vendors. One block
down from the Farmer’s Market in Opera House
Square park.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 5, 10 x 10/$20-$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Kathy Joubert
L & K Productions
920 W 9th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
800/366-4189
[email protected]
www.landkproductions.com
Toll/Londowski Family Farm
W1648 County Highway J
Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 10am-3pm
Admission: $1
Attendance: 6,000
Entertainment: Music
A gathering of tradional crafts and skills with
demonstrations. Folk art painting, rugs and weaving, soap, pottery, papier mache, jewelry and clothing, metal sculptures, photography and much much
more!
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 3/15/2014
Eligibility: Closed, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: 2 3
Jan Londowski
W1601 County Highway J
Green Lake, WI 54941
920/216-1729
[email protected]
www.fromthelandfestival.com
PORTAGE
OCTOBER 18
Bethlehem Lutheran Craft Fair
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
W8267 State Highway 33 E
9am-2pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 300
Arts and crafts, no commercial. All hand made
items. Includes artist paintings, wood work, needle work, quilts and much more. Also, a brat and
bake sale.
Exhibitors: 29
Deadline: 10/1/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10/$15-$20
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Cloe Rehdantz
W6929 Military Road
Portage, WI 53901
608/429-2363
[email protected]
www.bethlehemportage.org
MAUSTON
OCTOBER 18-19
9th Annual Mauston Pumpkin Bash
Veterans Memorial Park (Juneau County Fairgrounds), 1001 Division Street
10am-5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
The Annual Pumpkin Bash; 2 day event, full weekend of family-friendly events, vendors, music, baking contest, chili cook-off contest, costume contest,
trunk-n-treat, pumpkin painting and carving, hay
rides, pony rides, inflatable rides, kids’ games, parade and much more. New events added every year.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 4 x 8, 10 x 30/$45-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Mary Hudack
Mauston Pumpkin Bash
PO Box 171
Mauston, WI 53948
608/847-4142
[email protected]
www.maustonpumpkinbash.com
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LANCASTER
NOVEMBER 1
Holiday Craft Sale
Lancaster High School, 806 E Elm Street
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500
Entertainment: Music
24th Annual Tri-State area craft sale with breakfast and lunch, free admission and free parking,
door prizes, music, purchase awards.
Exhibitors: 85
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 4 x 5, 10 x 12/$25-$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards: $400
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Gloria Fuller
LHS Art Club
806 E Elm Street
Lancaster, WI 53813
608/723-2173 ext 354
[email protected]
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Neenah High School - Ron Einerson Fieldhouse
1275 Tullar Road
9am-3pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 2,000
All proceeds from admissions and vendor booth
fees go directly to students and families at
Neenah High School who find themselves in urgent financial need situations throughout the
year.
Exhibitors: 110
Deadline: 3/1/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 12/$60-$80
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Shelley Aaholm
Neenah High School
1275 Tullar Road
Neenah, WI 54956
920/751-6900 ext 629
[email protected]
www.neenah.k12.wi.uw/schools/high/
hhapplication2014.pdf
SPARTA
NOVEMBER 1
Monroe County Historical Society Art and
Craft Show
Sparta High School, Montgomery Street
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
Annual event with over 300 exhibitors.
Exhibitors: 300
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10, 16 x 20/$75-$150
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Joan Cook
Sparta Area Chamber of Commerce
9434 General Avenue
Sparta, WI 54656
608/269-3233
[email protected]
www.bikesparta.com
WEST ALLIS
NOVEMBER 1
21st Annual Nathan Hale High School PTSA
Holiday Craft Fair
MILWAUKEE
NOVEMBER 2
Grace 8th Annual Fine Art and Craft Festival
Nathan Hale High School
11601 W Lincoln Avenue
9am-4pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 1,500
Large selection of quality crafts, holiday items,
concessions. Silent auction and bake sale. Great
location and parking. Wonderful day to purchase
holiday gift items.
Exhibitors: 125
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10, 6 x 14/$50
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Mary Schmidt
Nathan Hale High School PTSA
11601 W Lincoln Avenue
West Allis, WI 53227
414/604-3200 ext 6728
[email protected]
Grace Center - Great Hall, 250 E Juneau Avenue
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 700
Over 20 select artisans selling original artwork
including fibers, wood, metal, photography and
more! Lunch available for purchase. Grace Place
Coffee will be open all day.
Exhibitors: 27
Deadline: 5/30/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2-4/0 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 3 x 14, 10 x 10/$35-$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Jeanne Carbon
Grace Lutheran Church
250 E Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414/271-3006
[email protected]
www.gracedowntown.org
WAUKESHA
MUSKEGO
NOVEMBER 1-2
St William Christian Women 27th Arts and
Craft Fair
St William Church, 440 N Moreland Boulevard
Sat 9am-4:30pm, Sun 8:30-2pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500
Our annual fair features a variety of quality handcrafted items and holiday items with a raffle,
bake sale and food concession that sells our signature hot turkey sandwich.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: 1/1 Photos, Regional Handcrafted
Items
Booth Size/Fee: 6 x 8, 8 x 8/$55-$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Mary Bartlett
St William Christian Women
410 Sheffield Road #4
Waukesha, WI 53186
262/896-0428
[email protected]
NOVEMBER 2
Peppermint Fair
Bay Lane Middle School
S75W16399 Hilltop Drive
9:30 am-3:30pm
Admission: $1
Attendance: 800
This annual, holiday themed craft fair features a
variety of items and exhibitors and is well attended by the community. Many hand or home
crafted items. Quilt raffle, bake sale.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10/$50
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Karen Dropp
Muskego Woman’s Club
S76W18150 Janesville Court
Muskego, WI 53150
262/971-0847
[email protected]
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[email protected]
BUTLER
NOVEMBER 8
HARTFORD
St. Agnes Holly Fair
NOVEMBER 8
St. Agnes Parish
12801 W Fairmount Avenue
9am-3pm
Admission: $1
Attendance: 800
Annual juried arts and crafts fair with 40 vendors. Hand-crafted items, some homebased businesses, bake sale, Mrs. Santa Shop for kids,
raffles, used book sale. Family-friendly, unique
gifts for holidays.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/0 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 8/$40-$50
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Kathleen Schroeder
St. Agnes Parish
11913 W Douglas Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53225
414/353-4312
[email protected]
www.stagnesparish.org
Great Hartford Craft Exposition
DEERFIELD
MAZOMANIE
NOVEMBER 8
Christmas in the Country Craft and Art Show
Deerfield Elementary School, 340 W Quarry Street
9am-3pm
Admission: $1
Attendance: 1,200
Annual art and craft show, featuring quality
hand-crafted items and raffle. Great gift shopping. Lunch and refreshments available.
Exhibitors: 95
Deadline: 9/15/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$40
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Wendy Cole
Deerfield Elementary School PTO
3651 Saddle Ridge Road
Deerfield, WI 53531
608/764-8007
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Hartford Union High School, 805 Cedar Street
9am-3pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 2,500
Entertainment: Music
30th Annual Event. 110 exhibitors kick off the
holiday season. Sponsored by Hartford Women’s
Club. Held in conjunction with Lion’s Pancake
Day and city Christmas parade. Live music.
Exhibitors: 110
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 9, 20 x 9/$100-$190
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 7
Sue Lisko
Hartford Women’s Club
W577 County Highway O
Hartford, WI 53027
262/673-5440
[email protected]
www.hartfordwomensclub.org
NOVEMBER 8
Wisconsin Heights Holiday Arts and Craft Fair
Wisconsin Heights Middle and High School
10173 US Highway 14
8am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,500
Entertainment: Music
17th annual event, featuring quality art and
crafts, authors, baked goods, door prizes, food
and refreshments. Child-care available. Fundraising event, benefits scholarships, school clubs
and parent groups of the district. Food pantry donations welcomed and encouraged.
Exhibitors: 97
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, 1/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 5 x 10, 10 x 10/Free-$80
Acceptable Work: 1 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 7
Pam Sutcliffe
Wisconsin Heights Holiday Arts and Craft Fair
5296 John Wilkinson Road
Mazomanie, WI 53560
608/669-4423
[email protected]
www.wisheights.k12.wi.us
MOUNT HOREB
800/366-4189
[email protected]
www.landkproductions.com
NOVEMBER 8
PHILLIPS
NOVEMBER 8
6th Annual Holdiay Craft Bonanza
Annual Holiday Craft Sale
Mount Horeb Middle School, 900 E Garfield Street
9am-4pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Our kick-off to the holiday season in Mount Horeb
along with the Small Town Holidays event downtown. Events include bake sale, silent auction,
raffles and door prizes. Donations to the food
pantry welcome.
Exhibitors: 65
Deadline: 9/30/2014
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Slides or Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 8/$50-$75
Acceptable Work: 3 4 6 9
Facilities: 1 5 7
Melissa Theisen
Mount Horeb Area Chamber of Commerce
300 E Main Street
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
608/437-5914
[email protected]
www.trollway.com
Phillips Municipal Building, 174 S Eyder Avenue
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Start your holiday shopping in Phillips with the
annual craft and treasure sale. Large selection of
quality handcrafted items, jewelry and holiday
gifts with unique items for the whole family.
Lunch and refreshments available. Sponsored by
the Phillips American Legion Auxiliary Unit #122.
Exhibitors: 57
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 8/$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Dolores Gradinjan
Phillips American Legion Auxiliary Unit #122
855 Pine Crest Avenue
Phillips, WI 54555
715/339-6177
[email protected]
OSHKOSH
Avalon Square Art and Craft Fair
NOVEMBER 8
Holiday Wonders Shopping Expo and Craft
Fair
Sunnyview Expo Center on Winnebago County
Fairgrounds, 500 Sunnyview Lane
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,700
Free admission for the 7th annual shopping expo
and craft fair. Shop over 75 vendors selling a
wide variety of unique and wonderful items.
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: 10/24/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Kathy Joubert
L&K Productions
920 W 9th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
WAUKESHA
NOVEMBER 8
Avalon Square, 222 Park Place
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Annual holiday themed art and craft fair located
at a senior living community in historic downtown
Waukesha. Indoor event featuring a wide variety
of quality handcrafted items, home décor, jewelry,
photography, gifts and more. Bake sale and café.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 6 x 8/$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Lisa Fleckenstein
Avalon Square
222 Park Place
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Waukesha, WI 53186
262/446-9310
[email protected]
BELOIT
262/290-3324
[email protected]
www.behsffa.com
NOVEMBER 9
MAUSTON
NOVEMBER 15
33rd Annual Wonderfest Arts and Crafts Expo
Holiday Craft and Gift Show
Beloit Memorial High School, 1225 4th Street
9am-3pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 1,000
Arts and crafts and home-show vendors; our
event offers something for everyone. All money
raised is returned to local community charities.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$65-$75
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Karen Thorson
GFWC Beloit Junior Woman
2425 E Murphy Woods Road
Beloit, WI 53511
608/364-0349
[email protected]
Mauston High School, 800 Grayside Avenue
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 300
The Holiday Craft and Gift Show will be held at
Mauston High School. There will be crafters, bake
sale and concessions.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 4 x 8, 10 x 10/$35-$45
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Mary Hudack
Greater Mauston Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 171
Mauston, WI 53948
608/847-4142
[email protected]
www.mauston.com/chamber
BROOKFIELD
NOVEMBER 9
Brookfield East Holiday Arts and Craft Fair
Brookfield East High School, 3305 N Lilly Road
10am-4pm
Admission: $4
Attendance: 2,500
39th Year! Approximately 200 Midwest crafters
and artisans offering unique, handcrafted items.
Juried. Proceeds benefit music, art and drama
students. Excellent food, easy parking, shuttle,
one building and all indoor.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 4/2 Slides or Photos,
Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 12 x 6, 12 x 12/$85-$180
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Craft Fair Chair
Brookfield East High School Friends of Fine Arts
3305 N Lilly Road
Brookfield, WI 53005
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MILWAUKEE
NOVEMBER 15
Lady Elks Fall Fair
Milwaukee Elks Lodge #46
5555 W Good Hope Road
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 300
Variety of crafters and vendors, raffles, bake sale
and concessions.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 3 x 8/$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Linda Czecholinski
Lady Elks Fall Fair
5555 W Good Hope Road
[email protected]
www.landkproductions.com
HUDSON
NOVEMBER 22
Christmas Tour of Homes and Craft Sale
DON ABRAMS
Milwaukee, WI 53223
262/617-7732
[email protected]
KIMBERLY
Hudson House Grand Hotel
1616 Crest View Drive
9am-5:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 800
Kick off the holidays with unique gift ideas and
hand crafted treasures. Enjoy the weekend touring 5 homes and the historic Octagon House, all
decorated over-the-top!
Exhibitors: 24
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 4/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10/$100
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 5 7
Vanessa La Fleur
Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce
502 2nd Street
Hudson, WI 54016
715/386-8411
[email protected]
www.sayhellotohudson.com
MARSHFIELD
NOVEMBER 22
PEO Holiday Boutique and Luncheon
NOVEMBER 16
Holiday Wonders Shopping Expo and Craft
Fair
Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive
10am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,200
Free admission for the 5th annual shopping expo
and craft fair. Shop over 65 vendors selling a
wide variety of unique and wonderful items.
Exhibitors: 65
Deadline: 10/24/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 5, 10 x 10/$60-$120
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Kathy Joubert
L&K Productions
920 W 9th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
800/366-4189
Belvedere Supper Club, M329 Highway 97 N
9am-3pm
Admission: $1
Attendance: 500
PEO Holiday Boutique and Luncheon with Cookie
Walk at 1pm. Luncheon served from 10:30am to
1pm. Upscale, unique crafts and specialty items.
Proceeds benefit scholarships for women.
Exhibitors: 27
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 7 x 11, 8 x 10/
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Deborah Janz
PEO Chapters of Marshfield
S1206 W 26th Road
Spencer, WI 54479
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715/659-4930
[email protected]
WAUPACA
NOVEMBER 22
Winter Classic Art and Craft Show
Waupaca Ale House Conference Center
201 Foxfire Drive
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500
A quality art and craft show held at one of Wisconsin’s finest banquet facilities. Show is held
opening day of deer hunting. A great time to get
some of those Christmas gifts!
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Slides or Photos, Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10, 10 x 10/$45
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1
Barbara Johnson
N7255 Olson Road
Iola, WI 54945
715/445-3777
[email protected]
WEST BEND
NOVEMBER 22
Holiday Marketplace Art and Craft Show
Washington County Fair Park
3000 County Highway PV
9am-3:30pm
Admission: $4
Attendance: 3,500
This annual show will spark your senses and
renew your holiday spirit. Shop the wares of 110
exhibitors. Beautiful items for everyone on your
holiday list. Juried event, apply early!
Exhibitors: 110
Deadline: 3/31/2013
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 20/$80-$160
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Jean Woskoski
5619 Colleen Lane
60
West Bend, WI 53095
262/305-7842
[email protected]
MONONA
NOVEMBER 22-23
Holiday House Bazaar
Monona Community Center, 1101 Nichols Road
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
34th Annual Holiday House Bazaar! Open setting
with over 50 local crafters. A percentage of the
sales benefit Monona charities.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, Photos
Booth Size/Fee: /$20
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 5 7
Jo Witz
Monona Community Center
1101 Nichols Road
Monona, WI 53716
608/223-0347
[email protected]
MENOMONEE FALLS
NOVEMBER 23
Jingle Bell Craft Fair
Menomonee Falls High School
W142N8101 Merrimac Drive
9am-3pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 1,500
Entertainment: Music
Handmade arts and crafts with over 150 vendors!
Food available and a huge bake sale.
Exhibitors: 160
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, 1/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 8 x 10, 10 x 10/$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Julia Atkinson
Falls Choir Association
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
262/993-1230
[email protected]
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CEDARBURG
DECEMBER 5-14
DECEMBER 5-7
Christmas in the Country
Cedar Creek Winery/Historic Cedar Creek
Settlement Building, N70W6340 Bridge Road
Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
A nationally recognized Folk and Fine Arts and
Crafts boutique celebrating our 40th year. The
Spirit of Christmas abounds throughout this
unique arts, crafts and gourmet food show located in the historic town of Cedarburg.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 3/1 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 6 x 6, 10 x 6/$175
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Mary Quisno
5637 N Argyle Avenue
Glendale, WI 53209
414/352-5655
[email protected]
www.mychristmasinthecountry.com
The Osthoff Resort, 101 Osthoff Avenue
10am-5pm daily
Admission: $6
Attendance: 8,000
Annual holiday event featuring international and
regional artisans displaying specialty products
and delicious European delicacies – all within a
grand heated tent adorned in twinkling lights and
fragrant evergreens.
Exhibitors: 65
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/0 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 6 x 8, 10 x 10/$740-$840
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 4 5 6 7
Abbey Heise
The Osthoff Resort, 101 Osthoff Ave
Elkhart Lake, WI 53020
920/876-5845
[email protected]
www.christmasmarketatosthoff.com
EDGERTON
DECEMBER 6
Snowflake Craft Fair
Edgerton High School, 200 Elm High Drive
9am-3pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 1,200
24th Annual Holiday Craft Fair. Featuring a variety of items and exhibitors from across the state.
Come join us for an afternoon of holiday shopping. Edgerton Chamber Singers caroling and
lunch served all day. Also featuring hourly door
prizes.
Exhibitors: 110
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 1-2/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 6 x 16/$40
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Georgia Paulson
Edgerton High School Student Council
200 Elm High Drive
Edgerton, WI 53534
608/561-6184
[email protected]
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MILWAUKEE
DECEMBER 6
Cream City Creatives Craft Fair
Turner Hall, 1034 N 4th Street
9am-3pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 1,000
Cream City Creatives first local craft fair featuring over 75 local artists and DIY crafters.
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: 9/19/2014
Eligibility: Juried-$10, 3/2 Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 6 x 8, 6 x 10/$90
Acceptable Work: 2 3 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 6
Jennifer Schmitz
1846 N 59th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53208
414/702-2711
[email protected]
www.creamcitycreatives.com
MONCHES
DECEMBER 6
21st Annual Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
Holiday Craft Fair
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Church
W302N9583 O’Neil Road
9am-4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 250
Annual Holiday Craft Fair held during the village
of Monches Artisan Open House event. Local and
parish crafters, church bake sale, raffle items,
food and refreshments available.
Exhibitors: 20
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 6 x 8, 8 x 10/$25-$35
Acceptable Work: 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Diane Cull
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish
PO Box 68
North Lake, WI 53064
262/966-2191
[email protected]
www.blteresaparish.org
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NEKOOSA
DECEMBER 6
Nekoosa Area Hometown Christmas Arts,
Crafts and More Show
Nekoosa Community Center, Crestview Lane
9am-3:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music
Family-friendly event kicking off the holiday season. Includes breakfast with Santa, story time,
cookie decorating, Fire department open house,
arts, crafts, kids’ activities, wagon rides, food,
Reindeer Run 5K run/walk, holidy parade and fireworks. Fun for the whole family!
Exhibitors: 25
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: /$25-$50
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Krista Coon
Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce
1120 Lincoln Street
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
715/423-1830
[email protected]
www.wisconsinrapidschamber.com
SUMMIT
DECEMBER 6
Holiday Cookie Decorating and Craft Fair
Aurora Medical Center, 36500 Aurora Drive
9am-3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Everyone is welcome to decorate holiday cookies,
enjoy refreshments and browse the arts and
crafts created by caregivers and local talent that
are available for pre-holiday shopping.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: 11/1/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 3 x 10/$30-$35
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 6 7
Sara Lemkelde
36500 Aurora Drive
Summit, WI 53066
262/434-1229
[email protected]
WALES
DECEMBER 6
BELOIT
DECEMBER 12
Holiday Craft Fair and Breakfast with Santa
Holidazzle
Kettle Moraine High School, 349 Oak Crest Drive
8:30am-2pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 800
The Holiday Craft Fair will feature over fifty
crafters from around Wisconsin. The fair will offer
something for everyone including woodcrafts, ceramics, stained glass, handmade cards and baskets, jewelry, quilting, cross-stitch and other
hand-sewn items.
Exhibitors: 55
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/0 Slides or Photos, Digital
Images
Booth Size/Fee: 6 x 12, 8 x 10/$40-$110
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Debbie Kliese
Kettle Moraine High School Band
W328S1532 Forest Hills Court
Delafield, WI 53018
262/968-5319
[email protected]
Downtown Beloit
5pm-9pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 700
Entertainment: Music
“Show and linger, where customers are friends!”
A dazzling evening of celebration featuring
artists, and specialty craftspeople in forty-plus
locations as they display one-of-a-kind gifts and
unique pieces of art. Live music, Santa visits,
children’s events and holiday treats make this a
truly special evening for the entire family.
Exhibitors: 50-70
Deadline: 11/28/2014
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: /$25
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 1 5 7
Crystal Buhmeyer
Downtown Beloit Association
500 Public Avenue
Beloit, WI 53511
608/365-0150
[email protected]
www.downtownbeloit.com
WAUKESHA
DECEMBER 6-7
Mistletoe Market Craft and Art Fair
Waukesha County Expo Center
1000 Northview Road
Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm
Admission: $3
Attendance: 2,000
100 booths of handcrafted gifts you can’t find
anywhere else. Free parking.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: 8/1/2014 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos, Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10/$130
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 3 5 7
Karen Yackley
Craft Productions, Inc.
1606 W Jefferson Street
Ottawa, Il 61350
815/878-2728
[email protected]
www.craftproductionsinc.com
WEST BEND
DECEMBER 13
Christmas Fair to Remember
Washington County Fair Park
3000 County Highway PV
9am-4pm
Admission: $2
Attendance: 3,500
Come and enjoy the Christmas season with handcrafted items from local vendors. Unique gifts for
everyone. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10 x 10, 10 x 13/$80
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: HC 1 2 3 5 6 7
Jane Schoedel
A Fair to Remember
1010 County Highway A
West Bend, WI 53090
262/692-9488
[email protected]
www.afairtoremember.com
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Index by City
Amery 13
Amherst 40
Ashland 23
Baraboo 7, 50
Bayfield 25, 47
Beaver Dam 22
Belgium 32
Beloit 7, 11, 58, 63
Bonduel 41
Boulder Junction 32
Broadhead 31
Brookfield 58
Burlington 32
Butler 56
Cambria 47
Cambridge 12
Cedarburg 18, 43, 44, 61
Cedar Grove 27
Chippewa Falls 5
Clark County 5
Coon Valley 21
Cross Plains 42
Deerfield 44, 56
Delafield 45
DeForest 12
Eagle River 24, 33, 48
East Troy 13
Edgerton 24, 31, 61
Elkhart Lake 61
Elkhorn 51
Fish Creek 27, 45
Fitchburg 34
Fond du Lac 11
Franklin 37
Franksville 45
Germantown 40
Green Bay 47
Greenbush 37
Green Lake 53
Greenville 49
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Hales Corners 6
Hartford 31, 56
Horicon 46
Hubertus 10, 42
Hudson 46, 59
Iola 2, 48
Jacksonport 8, 30
Janesville 30, 50
Jefferson 3, 41
Kaukauna 8
Kenosha 17
Kimberly 5, 59
Ladysmith 24
Lake Mills 24, 50
Lakewood 9
Lancaster 54
Land O’ Lakes 27
Lodi 20
Madison 22
Manitowoc 14
Marshfield 7, 10, 41, 59
Mauston 5, 17, 53, 58
Mazomanie 56
Menasha 50
Menomonee Falls 52, 60
Mercer 14
Middleton 36
Milwaukee 4, 6, 15, 21, 34, 55,
58, 62
Minocqua 10, 21, 31, 46
Monches 62
Monona 20, 60
Mount Horeb 26, 49, 57
Muskego 55
Neenah 26, 54, 62
Nekoosa 62
New Berlin 52
New Glarus 18, 37
New Holstein 36
New London 41
New Richmond 11
Omro 9, 20
Oregon 15
Oshkosh 8, 12, 16, 22, 25, 35, 43,
53, 57
Pardeeville 38
Park Falls 28
Phillips 3, 16, 46, 57
Portage 36, 53
Presque Isle 36
Racine 6, 10
Reedsburg 14, 48
Rhinelander 14
Richfield 27
Shawano 49
Soldiers Grove 44
Sparta 2, 54
Spring Green 18
Stockbridge 48
Stoughton 8, 35
Sturgeon Bay 9
Summit 62
Sun Prairie 15, 35, 38
Wales 35, 63
Warrens 45
Waterford 23
Watertown 15, 17, 32, 38
Waukesha 3, 39, 43, 55, 57, 63
Waunakee 28
Waupaca 16, 33, 60
Wausau 39
West Allis 55
West Bend 4, 51, 60, 63
West Salem 7
Whitewater 30
Williams Bay 28
Wilton 28
Wisconsin Dells 12, 40
Wisconsin Rapids 16, 40
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