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Our Artisan Vendor Village is primarily intended to enhance our non-profit fundraising event.

Our goal is to create an artisan market that uses a community-friendly atmosphere to foster economic and educational connection between community members, artists, and makers.


To qualify as an Artisan Vendor, you must offer a handmade product of your own original work. Our selection process is based on originality of design, quality of materials, and production technique. Examples of mediums considered include photography, paintings, drawings, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, leather tooling, wood working, knitting, sewing, and other 2D or 3D artwork or utilitarian ware. We welcome applicants using other mediums, and are delighted to work with emerging artisans.


A limited number of small batch food vendors may be considered, provided that they only offer items that could not reasonably be consumed on site. Priority will be given to items made using agricultural products produced, grown or raised by the vendor- for example: jams, oils, vinegars, and salsa. Any samples offered must be very small, and directly approved in writing 2 weeks prior to the event.

Community School reserves the right to prohibit anyone from selling, and may withdraw privileges of any vendor at its discretion at any time.

If your work aligns with our Artisan Policy, and you would like to be notified when next year's application opens, add your email address here:


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