We welcome and are happy to showcase vendors and sponsors for this years Winternights Festival. We will add and update our listings periodically as we draw closer to this years event on Sunday Oct 23th from 11:30am until 4:00 pm. COVID has caused uncertainty for all the last two years. We do not expect this to occur again this year (2022)
We currently ARE accepting applications for vendors/presenters/educators. You can use the online application form and or submit one via email/snailmail.
Prior Vendors are first in queue.
You can email to be on a cancellation waiting list if not initially accepted.
We reserve the right to decide on who will or will not be a vendor. Please send us an email at “vendors at winternightsfestival dot com” to tell us about yourself and what you would like to provide. We also limit vendors so as not to overlap and to allow returning vendors first preference to again be a vendor.
A Touch of Glass … and then some – Diane of has been doing Stained Glass for more years than she care to admit to (lol); handcrafting everything from stained glass suncatchers, to windows, to whatever catches her fancy or someone else’s. Each sheet of glass is hand cut and inspired by the colors of springtime flowers, the crackle of an autumn fire, songs of the birds in summer, the babble of a winter brook and the whisper of the spirits in the trees. They are true works of art, great craftsmanship, and made with love.
She also carries Heat Bags filled with flaxseed and herbs for aromatherapy relief, and they smell great 🙂 Last, Diane has also been selling flags, pennants and banners which focus on honoring Northern European or Asatru traditions.
Visit their site: A Touch of Glass and
But as their name suggests they do not only carry Stained Glass items. Might you be interested in a ‘hand carved’ Odin or other Viking god .. tapestry, soap, ++ be sure to stop by their table.
– Back again this year as a host and food vendor
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