We've reserved 50 spaces for top-quality Vendors!
As Vendors are confirmed, we'll add them to the list below along with their contact info.
VENDORS: For information on & application for vendor space, please email: ChautauquaVendors@gmail.com
(Following are the 2022 Vendors. 2023 Vendors will
be confirmed closer to the event
Interesting, Useful or Beautiful... you'll find it at one of our Vendors!
Festival Branded Items
This is your booth to get Chautauqua branded gear to memorialize the inaugural year of the festival!
BARNWOOD & BONE
Custom & Unique items made from reclaimed barnwood and shed antlers
K2 MOUNTAIN STORE
Married couple Kevin and Terah Kincade both grew up in Eastern Oregon and have spent most of their free time in the Eagle Cap Mountains. With Kevin's love of cooking, smoking and BBQing he has perfected his meat/veggie rub and K2 Sauce. Terah has a passion for crafts which has inspired her to put love of the mountains, outdoors and coffee onto mugs to share others.
Loyce created Crafter’s Moon as a lifelong arts and crafts passion. She loves seeing the joy of her craft passed on to people through the smiles on their faces. Her handmade tumblers and glasses evoke images of the passion people have for creative expression. “Your imagination is my inspiration.”
FIBER & FUZZ STUDIO
Fiber And Fuzz Studio is a small business that offers hand woven baskets that are a little different from the normal shaker style. They are made with traditional basketry techniques but executed with fun colors and sometimes exaggerated shaping. In addition, this year we introduce a line of up cycled baskets. Ranging from colorful magazine material to shimmering aluminum strips from soda cans. Fiber And Fuzz Studio encourages one to think outside the basket.
Scott has been a wood artist for 20 years. He loves wood and its natural forms and colors. He specializes in green-turned wooden bowls which produce unique oval shapes. His signature travel mugs, cutting boards, spoons and spatulas utilize as much of the tree as possible.
TIPSY A TRADING
Tipsy A Trading was formed when Bill Adams transitioned from building saddles to making harness, wagons, benches and selected tack. Cindy Adams learned the leather trade from Bill by initially making tack. She then branched out into making decorative items, wearables, and art pieces.
SAGEBRUSH & BEYOND
Jim and Pam Haney have spent their lives working and playing in the Sagebrush and Beyond of Eastern Oregon. Their handmade Antler, Stone and Bone jewelry, and other Unique Gifts are inspired from Nature
Moon Treasures is a local pop up store that travels around eastern Oregon selling handmade unique art ranging from fairy gardens to framed art, and jewelry. Each piece is handmade by artist Kelly Williams who will be available for all questions at the booth.
G. HANNAFORD WOODWORKING
JORDYN VALDEZ BOUTIQUE
FISHER BAKING CO
ASHLEY GIVENS JEWELRY
LELA SHOLD / NANCY SCHINIER
KELLY WILLIAMS FAIRY GARDENS
Great Music... Great Food!