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2023 OUTDOOR CRAFT SHOW
SPONSORED BY CLARION PSYCHIATRIC CENTER 

MAYFEST is pleased to announce it will once again be having an outdoor craft and vendor show in the ballfield behind Faller's Antique Depot. 
  Vendor  space is available on a first come basis. There will  be only outdoor space available for a $25 fee.  You must provide your own tables and tents, just let us know size of tent when registering.  Pre-registration is required and space is on a first come basis based off of order of registration. The fee is due at the time of registration. Those interested in reserving a space must fill out the above application and send the rental fee with their application.

​For questions contact : Janet Fesenmyer at 814-354-2620 or email  jage@venustel.com.

                                                

 

                           

                                                  2023 VENDORS

List is Building, Check back......

~Fill A Friend, pick a character and give it love and stuffing for a Mayfest keepsake!

~Ryan Beichner, Venus, PA,  "Adventures of Captain Red Cheeks", Children books.

~Thorned Rose Gifts, Pittsburgh, Pa, Original Personal and household items, wooden jewelry , coasters, keychains and fobs, stands etc.... 

~7 Deadly Stitches, Cranberry Mall, selling backpacks, key chains, hooded bath towels, wallets, purses etc.

~Jone McKissick, Venus, selling home made wood items, craft items, snacks.

~Farmington Ladies Aux., Leeper PA, Rada Knives, Large Bake Sale.

~Kathy Perrett, Oil City, selling caining supplies and demonstrating caning of chairs & more.

~Rita Van Dyke, Tionesta, selling canvas paintings, wood, slate and saw blade paintings; 

+~Kevin Runyan, Shippenville, selling goat milk soap, wooden signs, handmade wooden furniture and crafts.

+~Shelby Collett, homemade soy candles and wax melts.

~Lael Schill, Venus, Luminous Mystique-crystals, candles, homemade jewelry, bath and body, Metaphysical                                        items and roller bottles.

~Lisa Cotterman, Oil City PA, Tote Bags, Key Fobs,Sunglass Cases, Vintage Costume Jewlery, Aprons, Placemats,                                        Bowl Cozys

~Megan Troup, Templeton PA, Gourmet filled cupcakes, Big Boy Cinnamon rolls, Oreo and Peanut Butter fudge.

~Leaf Home Water Solutions

~Miller's Wood and Craft Shop, Oil City, PA Bird Feeders, Corn Hole Boards & Bags, Picnic Table Condiment Sets,                                                                       Assorted Wooden Decorative Items. 

~Tinkers Daughters, Clarion, PA Decorative Flowerpots, Macrame hanging Globes, Clay Miini Bears, Gingerbread                                              Men. Stuffed Octopus/Turtles/Snails and Octopus Shell Scenes, 1960 and 1970's neck tie                                                     snakes. 

~Joe Gates, Tionesta, PA, Forge... and will have an Anvil onsite for your creations.

~Paul LaPierre Sr., Knox PA One if a kind wood products

~Morgan Fleeger, Oil City, PA, Baby Bows, Kid and adult clothes, adult headbands and baby headwraps, small                                                 miscellaneous crafts.

~Kayla Bunnell, Tionesta, PA Crocheted stuffed animals, decals/stickers, and other crocheted items.

~Kids Color and Khoas, Kittanning, PA, Ty-dyed shirts, cups, hobby trays, incense, signs, sand arts, , key chains                                                            and necklaces. 

~Keystone Hardwood Crafts, Bill Mentecky, Tionesta, PA wine racks, bottle openers, Signs, wooden signs, and f                                                                     flags, and other wood décor.

~Creative Misfit, Missy Peters, Clarion, PA 

~Sandy Wagner, Tionesta, Wreaths, floral arrangements, home deco and material items. 

~Melissa Glenn, Clarion, PA , Primative and Farmhouse décor, wooden cutouts.

~Jennifer Piccirillo- Hand made soaps, candles , wax melts, special occosaion gift baskets

hand knitted and crocheted items.

~Clarion/Venango Dairy Princess, Games and activities for all who stop by their booth

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