Valatie Economic Redevelopment Association

HandMade in America: Artisans Along Main Street

Saturday, October 06, 2018 
from 11 am to 5 pm

Visit our 7th annual Artisan Fair in and along Main Street, Valatie,
 sponsored by V.E.R.A. 
in cooperation with the Village of Valatie.


Grab the opportunity to stock up for your holiday pantry and gifting—and don’t forget yourself!

Stay in the village for lunch with our Artisan Food Vendors and cafés along Main Street and Route 9. 
Snap some pictures of our fabulous waterfalls, and shop at the eclectic mix of stores in our charming and historic village.

Live acoustical music by Kid Kurt Blues Band on Main Street, and several dozens local and regional artisans will display and sell their works at the festival, featuring delicious artisan cheeses, breads, condiments, and other hot and cold foods and artisanal beverages; ceramics, botanical and handmade soaps, fabric and textile objects, silver and hand-crafted jewelry, exquisite handmade objéts, and other distinctive goods.

Scroll Down for a SELECTED REVIEW of several 2017 Artisans:

The 2017 event also featured Valatie author (transplanted from Paris, L.A., and more) Jamie Cat Callan, signing her book, "Ooh La La". And we are très hopeful to offer advance copies of the author's forthcoming book, 'Parisian Charm School'. Callan has published books on the subjects of relationships and writing, and has been featured in the "Modern Love" column in the New York Times. Her books have been published in twenty-one countries and have been featured in major magazines, including The New York Times, Vanity Fair, and Time. Jamie makes her home in New York's Hudson Valley at La Belle Farm in Valatie.

Maps were available in most Main Street businesse and with the artisans. Parking will be well-marked. Restroom facilities will be available. Free and open to the public.
For more information about the fair HandMade in America
contact ArtisanFestivalCommittee@VERAvalatie.com
Check out V.E.R.A.‘s Facebook page for the latest!

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 HandMade Lustre Glaze Ceramics by Bob Pesce, confirmed artisan for 2017.

'Hand-crocheted, Wire, Crystal and Vintage Bead Jewelryby Prudence Theriault | The Prudence Collection, confirmed artisan for 2017.

Plant-Dyed, Hand-Felted and Stitched Wool toys and puppets
' by Susannah White | Carapace Farm,
confirmed artisan for 2017

'Artisanal Distilled Beverages & Vinegars' by Harvest Spirits, confirmed artisan for 2017.

HandMade Production Dinnerware by Kristy King of KAK Pottery , confirmed artisan for 2017.

'HandMade Pewter and precious metal jewelry with Semi-Precious Stones 
by M. Kindred, confirmed artisan for 2017.