Come to the City Park and take a trip around the world!
Boxwood Cupboard: Incense, oils, jewelry, hand-wrapped stones, capes, hats, costumes, tarot card reading
Maria Salazar: Embroidered sweaters, bags, blouses, dream catchers, dresses, shirts, Indian pictures, jewelry
Dina Colada: Face painting and henna
First Security, Inc.: ATV drawing
Buffalo Creek Primitives:
Johnny Cornejo: Dresses, blouses, jewelry, handbags, ponchos
Hold On LLC: Rock wall, gemstone mine
Ana Johnson: Handbags, placemats, home décor
Consoleah Collectibles: Spoon and coin jewelry, items designed from vintage forks, spoons, etc., insulator night lights
Fossil Jewels & More: Various fossils, recycled, hand-painted lighted bottles, handmade jewelry
Bill Gustafson: Tiki bar decorations, pool and man cave décor, hand-painted signs, carvings
Sole Healing, OV Herbal Products, Illumination Creations: Relaxation-massage & reflexology, herbal skin care products, glitter tattoos
Ridge Walker Crafts: Pottery
Mediterranean Gift Shop: Handmade leather purses, Mediterranean jewelry, cedar wood boxes, hand-crafted flutes
Ki No Kaze Bonsai Club: Bonsai plants, bonsai pots and books, t-shirts, caps
Amanda Pratt and Jaramie Clegg: Vintage silks from India, boho crossover bags, novelty light-up items
Peru Crafts: Ceramic & reed flutes, dolls, handmade jewelry, cloth purses
Theresea & John McCrady: Handmade leather belts, wallets
Reanie: Handmade jewelry, polished stones
Art in Stones Jewelry: Handmade natural gemstone jewelry
Mystical Crystals: Crystals, minerals, wire-wrapped jewelry
In a Jam!: Locally made jams, jellies, and preserves
Heather Cooper (Hawthorn): Sage, sage wands, jewelry, tarot readings
2016 Craft Vendors
Completion of this form is an application for consideration. The information will be sent to our vendor coordinator, Rick Rubin. If your participation is approved you will be contacted.
The festival is always looking for arts and crafts vendors with international fare and diverse cultural offerings to participate. More consideration will be given to crafters selling hand-made, unique, or unusual items. Participating vendors are required to commit to staying through the entirety of the festival. Thank you for your interest in the Mid-Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival!
If you are interested in being a participating vendor, submit the vendor application or contact Rick Rubin for information.