It’s not too early to start planning for the holidays, particularly if you are a crafter and need to make all those local, handcrafted gifts that everyone appreciates. To that effect, Wallyhood reader Elli Stricklin wrote to let us know that together with the group Wallingford Arts and Crafts, she’s organizing a holiday craft fair this year at Mosaic Community Coffeehouse, and the time to apply to be a vendor is now.
They are hoping to get vendors who do handmade crafts such as jewelry, knitting, and other good-quality handmade crafts. There’s no charge to be a vendor, but there is a $10 donation for advertising, banners, and street signs. Vendors will be responsible for their own sales, business license, and sales tax. The link to the application is here; apply soon, the deadline to apply to be a vendor is October 31st.
The craft fair itself will be at Mosaic on Saturday, November 30th, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. There will be refreshments available from Mosaic, and the facility is ADA accessible. There are already a few vendors expected to attend, including Studio ME (homemade felt jewelry) and Hello Image (laser-cut wooden items).