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From The Blog Everything you need to know about the Apples & Crafts Fair & Food Truck Festival

Food & family-friendly fun under the foliage

Saturday, October 12th (10 AM - 5 PM) through Sunday, October 13th (10 AM - 4 PM), 2019, celebrate an annual tradition with a new addition—because the Apples & Crafts Fair now includes a festival of food trucks!

Coming to Baileys Meadow on Route 4 in East Woodstock (across the street from Worthy Kitchen), this event welcomes visitors young and old ($4 admission per person, kids under 12 are free) and even your furry companions are invited to join in on the festivities.

Dog at Apples and Crafts festival
Jewelry at the Apples and Crafts festival
Taco Truck All Stars

Food & drink

Drinks and mixers: Natural drink mixers by Bauman’s Best Botanicals (#76), Vodka, Gin, Bourbon, & Whiskey by Silo Distillery (#87)

The main course: Pizza by the Green Mountain Pizza Co. (#79), Mediterranean food by Mediterranean Mix (#84), authentic Mexican food by Taco Truck All Stars (#88), vegan/vegetarian food by The Farm Café (#81)

Green Mountain Pizza food truck
Fresh pies from the Green Mountain Pizza truck

Sweet and salty treats: Fudge by John Brooks (#54), kettle corn and cotton candy by Natalie Coughlin, maple products by Duane and Ruth Harrington (#40), Bavarian soft pretzels by Jed Sanchez (#59), ice cream and desserts by Lazy Cow (#79)

Jarred goodness: Jams, jellies, and pickles by Chubby Chicks (#9), dips and dessert mixes by Pattie Dupuis (#39), jams, jellies, and bread by Phyllis Potter (#28), salsa by Tom Williamson (#12)


Want to keep the kids entertained? Then stop by the Artistree Community Arts Center stall (#82) for family-friendly activities, and see stall #63 for handblown balloons by Linda and John Garrison!

Pottery at the Apples and Crafts Festival

Local handmade art, crafts & wares

Take your pick from handmade pottery by Lily Calabrese (stall #67), Sharon Dunigan (#16), Mud Puppy Pottery (#55), and Christopher Wuttke (#50).

Looking for glassworks that are hand-blown or softened by the sea? Check out the creations of Rolande Andrews (#72) and Lada Bohac (#75).

If you’re searching for a bit of basketry, see Donna Gates at #52 (for work with pine needles), Penny Hewitt’s birch bark and black ash baskets at #15, or Tracie Quirion’s handwoven pieces at #4.

For everything from hand-forged jewelry to silver birdhouses, visit the stalls of Christine Browne (#34), Melvin Corey (#29), Amy Hook-Therrien (also offering paintings at #24), Melissa Jordan (#33), Barbara Krieger (you can also check out her fabric totes at #2), Sue Lecuyer (featuring beadwork beauties at #71), Allisen Lemay (#56), Charlotte MacFadden (for pieces made of pearl and crystal, visit #66), Jennifer Maxham (#37), Zoie Parent (#70), and Angie Whitney (#5).

Interested in cloth creations? Stop by Mary’s Anderson spot (#62) for felted and hand-woven items, or visit Dianne Cook (#19 for recycled bags, hats, bibs, and aprons), Ursula Dehne (#48 for wool pieces), Susanne Inglis (#31, featuring pillowcases and travel pillows), Ann Katz (#69), Barbara Oldenburg (#26), Nancy Plotsky (for upcycled women's clothes at #47), Leslie Scarborough (with sweet needle-felted animals at #49), Carol Skelding (#74), and Rhonda Tinkham (#57).

Handmade soaps at the Apples and Crafts Festival

To upgrade your soaps and lotions, see Pam Brouard’s stall for a touch of Ireland (#27), or check out the spaces of Maria Gallison (for organic lotion and soy candles at #7), Judy Lidie (#30), and Meggan Wehmeyer (#68).

For art of all kinds, stall #21 is calling with handmade landscape art by Heather Bushey, plus Jonnie Davis’s functional, rustic wall art at #60, photography by Thomas Harrington (#61) and Kevin Hart (#48), Christian Schoenig’s reclaimed metal sculptures (#43), Jeff and Sandy Spiegel’s paintings and sculptures (#18), and Shannon Wallis’ Ukranian eggs at #58.

Eager for works of wood and stone? Bill Dudley offers rustic wood products (stall #75-77), plus check out hand-carved wooden pieces by David Gonyon (#25), Richard and Vera Long (beautiful bowls at #32), and Andre Souligny (#1 for wooden utensils), as well as Deb Morrison Martin’s copper and stone items (#64).

Or if something a little different is what you seek, peruse dried flowers by Robert Alan (#38), herbal and wellness products by Goodenough and Newton (#65), natural dog treats by Alan Ewald (#13), handmade greeting cards by Nancy Hadwen (#44), organic lavender and garlic by Eden Piconi (#35), Rizzo/Diaz wind chimes (plus paintings and jewelry at #51), ornaments and doll clothes by Terry and Sarah Thompson (#10), and even handmade knives and yard birds by Jeff Wardwell (#36).

⁠Proceeds from the event to benefit the Woodstock Recreation Center.