Fall Fair

A Great Fall Day of Handmade Arts & Crafts

2013: September 21& 22

GPS: 10 Memorial Street, Deerfield, MA 01342
Show Hours:
10 am - 5 pm Saturday
and 10 am - 4 pm Sunday
$7 Adults, $1 Children under 12

Click here to get Fall Discount
Admissions Ticket

Click for application

Visit one of our newest artists, Suellen McMillan, of Spruce Mountain Design

Miniature Glass Vases designed and blown by Noah Rockland, Rockland Glassworks

Below: Add some whimsy to your backyard with one of Rita Poli of Sawdust Sisters uniique Dog Bridhouses

Rick Donohoe creates period lanterns that can be used with either electric candles or the traditional beeswax. These are outstanding showpieces for your mantal or entryway.

List of 2013 Fall Exhibitors

Download a Fall Program

See below on how to vote for a Deerfield Crafter competing for

Abenaki Indian and reknowed basketmaker Jennifer Lee will be selling and demonstrating beside her wigwomal (wigwam) by the White Church.

Leather Accesories designed by Local Artist Athan Vennell

Get custom ornaments hand painted of your pet for that special remembrance on your tree. Ornaments by Wagging Tail Portraits, Sherry Kendall

Added Attraction:

Robert Strong Woodward in Deerfield

Painting Exhibition by Robert Strong Woodward in the Memorial Hall Museum New Woodward Show for 2013.

Looking for primitive paintings? visit the booth of Bonnie White Folk Art

Wine & Cheese Tasting

Saturday & Sunday 12:00 - 4:00 each day

Wine & Cheese Tasting in the Museum Alcove.
Sample local farm fresh cheeses and area wines.

Sponsored in part by:

Ryan & Casey Liquors;

Sharpe Hill Vineyard, Pomfret, Ct and;

Upinngil Farms, Cricket Creek Farm & Berkshire Cheese


Ongoing Saturday & Sunday
Crafters Demonstrating at Their Booths

Native American Baskets: Booth A03 & 04 by Jennifer Lee

Yarn Spinning Demo: Booth # A-08 by Sunmeadow Alpacas

Woodburning Demo: Booth #E-44 by Jonathan Cooper

Furniture Making: Booth #F-24 Andrew Jack

Music by Appalachian Strings: Booth # A-05

Music: Booth # G-32A by John Tercyak

Vote for Made in America
At the Craft Fair

Three show exhibitors are competing for Martha Stewarts's Made in America Awards!
Visit at the fair and vote for your choice by Sunday Sept. 22, (last day to vote)

Tracy Lizotte-booth F-32 (http://www.marthastewart.com/americanmade/nominee/81001)

Andrew Jack-booth F-24 (http://www.marthastewart.com/americanmade/nominee/82393)

Diana Boyle- booth F-35 (http://www.marthastewart.com/americanmade/nominee/81340)

Be sure to visit Jan Forster's booth on the side of the old town hall to see her fantastic bronze sculptures.

Looking for a housewarming gift that won't break your budget? Try one of the wonderful Artisan handcrafted soaps. These are from Dancing Bare Soap.

More than just driftwood furniture, East River Road Studios has many carved pieces for your home or housewarming.

The Deerfield fairs are approx. 5 miles south of this forecast, this is the nearest weather station available with up to the minute reporting.

See why Susan Arnold is a favorite at the Fall Show!

Remeber jewelry bags? They are still the best way to travel with jewelry in a suitcase. These and many other designs are available by Bronia Jensen of the Curator

Make sure you Visit the booth of Blue Moon Studios and the handmade hats by Karen McLaughlin.


Fall 2013 Program Coming Soon!
Craft Demonstrations, Rain or shine

All of these events are included with craft fair admission

With New England in its autumnal splendor, the village setting for the Fall Craft Fair couldn't be more picturesque. This award-winning show has been recognized for its traditional crafts (#2 in New England) and fine arts categories (ranked 7th in N.E.) and offers a great variety from furniture to pottery and fine arts.
Map to Old Deerfield, Massachusetts

Exhibitor Information:

Exhibitors Click Here for Information and Applications to All Our Shows

To request an application by mail, please send a legal-sized self-addressed envelope with 65 cents postage to:

PO Box 323
Deerfield, MA 01342-0323

Directions to Old Deerfield:

Take I-91 to Exit 24 (northbound); or Exit 25 (southbound). Then go 6 miles north on Routes 5 & 10.

Just 5 miles north of Yankee Candle.

Free shuttles & Express tickets at marked lots along Routes 5 & 10 in South Deerfield