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Recap of our Spring Artisan Fair!

Updated: Apr 3, 2023

A chilly rainy day didn’t dampen the spirits of artisans and visitors at the inaugural Spring Artisan Fair. Inside Harmony Hall, artisans sold their wares in various rooms on the main level. Speaking of spirits, Cooper’s Daughter Spirits of Olde York Farm, a woman-owned Hudson Valley distillery, gave tasting samples. Sloatsburg resident Janine Cruz of Hungarican Hotspot who setup on the front veranda, sold “Tacos In A Bag” - a fun unique twist on the taco. A basket filled with items donated by our artisans was raffled off. First time visitors to Harmony Hall included a stained glass artisan who took an interest in the windows of the mansion. Another was a descendant of Commodore John Drake Sloat, (Jacob Sloat’s first cousin), who captured the state of California for the United States. Free coffee was served, people shopped and socialized. A lovely time was had by all.


Thank you to our vendors:

Tita’s Totes - Quilted Totes/Bags & Accessories

Knotty and Nice - Macrame by Meryl Macramae Jewelry

Grateful Daze Boutique - Hippie Shop

Miss Itsy Bitsy’s Spiders - Holiday Spider Ornaments, Wine Bottle Stoppers

Craft Mama Creations - Decorative Cups & Pacifier Clips

Round Lake Pottery - Pottery/Wood Turnings

Jewel Buddies - One Of A Kind Semi-Precious Jewelry

Cooper’s Daughter Spirits - Small Batch Seasonal Spirits

Jaden’s Craft Shack - Slime & Clay Jewelry For Teens

Essence & Ambiance - Soaps & Scrubs

Geoff Welch Photography - Ramapo Highlands Photography

Harmony Hall Crafters - Hand Sewn Items For Cats

Simple Indulgences - Easter & Spring Crafts, Paintings, Dog Accessories

Forever Wreaths by Felecia - All Occasion Wreaths

Blue Lake Artisans - Wood & Metal Crafts

Hungarican Hotspot - Walking Tacos In A Bag

Hudson Valley Pantry - Honey, Salsa, Jam, Pickles




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