Heritage Crafts

Friday 4:00PM to 9:00PM, Saturday 10:00AM to 6:00PM, Sunday 10:30AM to 4:00PM

The Whiskey Rebellion Festival’s Heritage Craft area will be open on Friday during the Blues Concert and Saturday immediately following the conclusion of the Community Parade in the morning featuring quality arts and crafts from local and regional vendors. Including one-of-a-kind jewelry items, herbs, homemade soaps, furs/pelts and much more. Festival-goers will be able to shop and peruse an eclectic mix of handmade wares. The majority of the vendors are located along Strawberry Way.

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Last Year's Craft Vendors Included

Picture This Fine Art — Scott Chunko — Pencil sketch art
Chroma Le’Roy — Ashley Gessler — Paintings and pet portraits
Laurel’s Leather Crafting — Laurel Burkhart — Hand-sewn deer and elk skin purses
Toys and Treasures — Ken Fife– Wooden toys and games
Nancy Knepshields Sewing Crafts — Nancy Knepshields — Embroidery purses, bibs and onesies
Second Hand Rose — Sarah Trenk — Repurposed items aprons, bags
Dog Tags by Mac — Jan & Naomi McPeek — Dog tags
Dudes, Dames and Dogs — Deb & Jeff Geyer — Aroma therapy, dog and cat treats
Isaiah 54 Gifts — Rita Riley — Stone jewelry
Beth’s Beads — Beth Zeth — Handmade jewelry

Hillbilly Craft — Richard Paul — Wooden pens, bottle stoppers
Henthorn Sugar Farms — Danita Henthorn — Local honey and maple syrup
Creatively Clean — Amanda Rossi — Unique bath balls and handsoaps
Thera Jewelry — Jim Lander — Therapeutic magnetic jewelry and wind chimes
Southern Style on Fifth Avenue — Lauren Ruffing — Custom shirts, kitchenware, ornaments
Lions Market by Ann — Ann Nardini — Organic soaps, shampoos for dogs and humans

2019 Craft Vendor Application

Sutlers at the Fort Site

Last Year's Sutlers and Vendors

Red Lady Bakery
Old Plank Forge
Millcreek Trading Post
Wm. “Wild Willy” Frankfort Horns and Scrimshaw
Hearth Fare Goods
Wylde Celt Suttlery
Jason Harper Flintknapper
JP Leatherworks
Ghost in the Head Native American Beadwork
Roy Phillips Tinsmith

Sutlers and Vendors – at the Fort Site in Washington Park Saturday & Sunday Only

*A sutler is a civilian merchant who sells provisions to an army in the field, in camp, or in quarters. Sutlers sold wares from the back of a wagon or a temporary tent, traveling with an army or to remote military outposts.