Elizabethtown Heritage Craft Show – Since 1990

2020 Elizabethtown Heritage Craft Show

November 13 & 14

Don’t miss Elizabethtown’s nicest craft show!  We host over 30 local vendors in our two log homes and Victorian house.  Every vendor is a local artist or craftsperson who makes and sells their own items.  This is a great place to find some unique holiday gifts and décor, and support local artisans and the museum, all at the same time!

We request a $3 donation or a Food Bank Contribution (non-perishable items) for admission at the door.  Food donations go to the Community Cupboard of Elizabethtown.

Craft Show hours:

We invite you to our Sneak-Peak Shopping Party on Friday evening, November 13, when we open 4pm to 8pm.

Saturday, November 14, we will be open 9am to 3pm.

Regular admission is $3 or a food bank contribution (which supports the Etown Community Cupboard)  Admission is FREE for students, museum members, and FREE for all, after 12 noon on Saturday.  Watch for coupons around town, int he newsletter, and in the local papers.


Naturally Gifted by Jeri Culbertson — all natural soaps, lotions, essential oils, pet products, and more.

Eleanor Delk — Crafts by Elly — Handmade textiles, gift bags, and more

The Art of Daydreams — Danielle Doherty.  Whimsical watercolors magnets, and glow-in-the-dark art!

Kathleen Forney – Fusion — Fused glass ornaments, bowls and functional & decorative designs

Pearl Frantz — Wreaths. swags, centerpieces, and wooden crafted items.

Sandra Kline – Handmade fabric goodies; bags, totes, wallets, and miscellaneous treats

Jessica Martin – Wood. Wool. Stone. — Handspun and hand-dyed artisanal yarns, unique home décor jewelry, and wearables.

Joli Miller – Papercut Treasures — Framed Scherenschnitte art and three-dimensional ornaments

Stan Newcomer – Stan’s Blacksmith Shop — Hand-forged antique reproductions and hardware, candlestick holders, hooks, lamps and other ironwork.

Jan Parola — Handspun yarns and knits, felted ornaments

Jere Retallack – Pins and Things — Tape looms, rolling pins, cookie cutters, and more!

Jean Saylor – American Doll -size clothing, knitted dishcloths, pot holders, embroidered tea towels and hand towels.

Sharon Saylor — Hand strung beaded jewelry

Lorraine Westenhoeffer — Pen and Ink drawings, and costume jewelry creations

The Blossoming Florista, by Kirstie Williams — Silk floral arrangements and wreaths.

Winters Heritage House Volunteer Committees – Hand quilted items, natural crafts and traditional holiday items.

Basket Auction – Bid on baskets containing fun themed items from local merchants.

Carlene Bleacher — Cornucopia; Natural mineral & gemstone jewelry, in precious metals

Heaven Sent Warmth — Scarves, fingerless gloves, hats, and other apparel

Station Platform 9 — solid wood servers, slate, ornaments, candles, cups and more

Pattie Longenecker — Berry Patch Homestead; Locally published story A Miracle Named Josefina

Andrew Riehl — Wood turnings, wooden pens, holiday ornaments, and more

Jennifer Ruch — Art prints, greeting cards, coloring books, calendars, original art.

Nancy Wilkinson — Original artwork in oils and acrylics, handmade ornaments, vintage creations

Etown Sewing Studio — Renita Yahara; hat and glove sets, sleep masks, and more!


Vendor Information:

To register as a vendor

This show is juried to be certain all items are truly handmade by the vendor.  If you would like to apply for 2020’s show, please contact the Winters Heritage House Museum Craft Show Committee by emailing 4 photos a description of your items and prices to:


Our show is focused on local and/or hand-created crafts and artwork. We do not accept home direct sales reps (such as Avon or Pampered Chef, etc.)
Our 2020 show will run Friday, November 13, from 4pm-8pm and Saturday, November 14, from 9am to 3pm.
We lightly jury our vendors to be certain things are handmade by the vendor, and to screen for too many similar vendors (i.e. we limit to 3 or 4 jewelry sellers, 2 or 3 hand and body vendors, etc.) To have your items approved, please email several photos of what you will be selling as well as a brief description and an idea of your prices.
We host 30 vendors. Booths cost $50 total for the two days.
The show attracted 360 people this past year, and the admission fee is $2/person or a food bank contribution.
We send letters to the previous vendors in March and open up the remaining booths to new vendors in April. If you want to secure a spot, we can do that as early as March and then assign your location after April 1st.