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Arts Directories - Wisconsin Art & Craft Fairs Directory

WAB encourages everyone interested to contact the event sponsor for the fair/festival that you plan to attend, to ensure that the following information has not changed.
 

July 2011

July 2 – Lodi

Lodi Art in the Park
Habermann Park
10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music
47th annual arts & craft show held in a scenic park setting overlooking a meandering creek, with beautiful shade trees. Food is available on site.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: April 30 or Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 10x20/$50-$85
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 5 7
Jeanne Kohl
Lodi Art Club
PO Box 134
Lodi, WI 53555
608/592-4432
Email:
lodiartclub@yahoo.com

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July 2 – Montello

St. John the Baptist Arts and Craft Fair
277 East Montello Street
9am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 400
Arts and craft fair held in air conditioned comfort. Wide variety of handmade arts and crafts from local vendors. Delicious food & bake sale too.
Exhibitors: 25
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8x6, 8x12/$25-$35
Acceptable Work: 3 4 5 6
Facilities: Wheelchair 1 3 5 7
Steve Zoulek
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
277 East Montello Street
Montello, WI 53949
608/297-7423
Email:
stevez@maqs.net

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July 2-3 – Eagle River

Watermelon Days Craft & Gift Fest
Fairgrounds, Hwy 70 West
9:30am - 4:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000+
Entertainment: Music
A good 4th of July buying festival in Northern Wisconsin’s resort area. Continuous family entertainment. Free watermelon slices all three days. Food with picnic table seating.
Exhibitors: 150
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$200.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 5 6 7
Mac or Bonnie McCallin
M.A.C. Production llc.
705 Bugbee Avenue
Wausau, WI 54401
715/675-6201
Email:
mac@macproductionllc.com
Web: www.macproductionllc.com

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July 2-3 – Jacksonport

Art On The Scenic Side
Lakeside Park, Hwy 57
9am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Quality fine arts and craft fair.
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$125.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 6 7
Tom Ash
Jacksonport Firefighters Association
3365 Cty V
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920/823-2488
Email:
tash@jportfd.com

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July 4 – Monona

Monona Community Festival Art Fair in the Park
Winnequah Park, Winnequah Road & Healy Lane
10am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music
Monona’s July 4th festival is set in beautiful Winnequah Park. Art Fair, Taste of Monona, entertainment and fireworks draw thousands from the Madison area.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: May 1
Eligibility: Juried, 4/0 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$60-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards:  $150
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Karen Turino
Monona Community Festival
4318 Winnequah Road
Monona, WI 53716
608/222-4248
Email:
MononaArtFair@gmail.com
Web: www.mononafestival.com

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July 4 – Omro

Omro Lions 4th of July Arts & Crafts Fair
Across From Scott Park, E. Main Street
10am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 15,000
The Arts & Crafts Fair is a significant part of a community celebration which is the largest in the area. Other events are fireworks, food, parade, and duck race.
Exhibitors: 75
Deadline: June 15
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$40.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Judy Weiss
Omro Lions Club
711 Michigan Street
Omro, WI 54963
920/685-6262
Email:
sziebert@charter.net
Web: http://webpages.charter.net/omrolions

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July 7 – Saint Germain

Christmas in July Craft Fair
St. Germain Community Park
9am - 3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
St. Germain’s largest craft fair. Includes children’s attractions, pet parade, climbing wall, great food, and a visit from Santa.
Exhibitors: 130
Deadline: June 30
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$50-$75
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 4 7
Anne Small
Saint Germain Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 155
Saint Germain, WI 54558
715/477-2205
Email:
chamber.1@frontier.com
Web: www.st-germain.com

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July 9 – Arbor Vitae

Art Fair 2011
Fireman’s Park
9am - 3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,500+
Entertainment: Music
Art fair, live music, food and fun for the entire family.
Exhibitors: 85
Deadline: June 1
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$70-$95
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Dennis Neuendorf
Lakeland Area Kiwanis and Lakeland Art League
PO Box 1182
Minocqua, WI 54548
715/358-3101
Email:
wendy.hull@mssb.com
Web: www.lakelandkiwanis.com

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July 9 – Iola

Art on Track
Iola-Scandinavia School Athletic Track, 450 Division Street
9:30am - 3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Takes place the same time as the Iola Old Car Show. Many show fans are looking for something extra to do. Vendors can park right next to their sites, weather permitting.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: June 1
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 13x13/$60.00
Acceptable Work: 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Sara Anderson
Iola-Scandinavia High School
I-S Club
540 S. Jackson Street
Iola, WI 54945
715/445-2411 x 304
Email:
andersons@iola.k12.wi.us

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July 9 – Milwaukee

Wisconsin Lutheran College Art and Craft Fair
8800 W. Bluemound Road
9am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music
Beautiful setting on the college’s spacious campus. Excellent variety of arts and crafts (all juried). Live music throughout the day. Concessions. Exciting events for all ages.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: May 7
Eligibility: Juried, 3-4/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 10x20/$50-$125
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Loni Boyd
Wisconsin Lutheran College
8800 W. Bluemound Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226
414/443-8702
Email:
loni.boyd@wlc.edu
Web: www.wlc.edu/arts

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July 9 – Seeley

Namekagon Art and Music Fest and Run
Mooselips Java Joint
10am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,200
Entertainment: Music, Theater
Fine arts, live music, poetry jam, demos, kids’ art activity tent, children’s fantasy walk, 5K run, literary arts stage and more. Special music entertainment after 5 pm.
Exhibitors: 40
Deadline: May 30
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1, No Kits, Molds, Buysell
Booth Size/Fee: 10x12/$45-$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 6 7
Carol Anderson
Cable Hayward Area Arts Council
PO Box 182
Cable, WI 54821
715/638-2529
Email:
cablehaywardarts@yahoo.com
Web: www.cablehaywardarts.org

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July 9-10 – Madison

Art Fair on the Square
Capitol Concourse
Sat 9am - 6pm, Sun 10am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 200,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
One of Madison’s favorite traditions, Art Fair on the Square is consistently rated among the best art fairs in America. It is MMoCA’s most important fundraiser - attracting 200,000 visitors.
Exhibitors: 475
Deadline: March 1
Eligibility: Juried–$35, 3/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 20x10/$462-$924
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: 2 3 6
Annik Dupaty, Director of Events
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
227 State Street
Madison, WI 53703
608/257-0158
Email:
artfair@mmoca.org
Web: www.mmoca.org/events/artfair/

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July 10 – Milwaukee *

South Shore Frolic Festival of Arts

*This fair has had a date change since the Wisconsin Art & Craft Fairs Directory was published in January 2011. It will now be held on July 17, 2011 (see below).

July 10 – Oshkosh

Faire on the Green
Paine Art Center and Gardens, 1410 Algoma Blvd.
9am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Faire on the Green is a free fair featuring more than 200 exhibitors of original arts and crafts, and retail items.
Exhibitors: 200
Deadline: June 1
Eligibility: Open, 2/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$75-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 6 7
Doris Peitz
Paine Art Center and Gardens
1410 Algoma Blvd
Oshkosh, WI 54901-2719
920/235-6903 or Ext. 22
Email:
info@thepaine.org
Web: www.thepaine.org

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July 13-14 – Ashland

Maxwell Street Days
Historic Main Street
Wed 8am, Thurs 9am
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
Annual event for the entire family with arts, crafts, food booths, retail store street and sidewalk sales, music, fire truck display, 4-H baby animals. Visit website: www.visitashland.com
Exhibitors: 20
Deadline: July 1
Eligibility: Juried, 1/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 10x20/$50-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 7
Mary McPhetridge
Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 746, 1716 West Lake Shore Drive
Ashland, WI 54806
800/284-9484
Email:
ashchamb@centurytel.net
Web: www.ashlandbaydays.com

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July 15-16 – Omro

The Gathering Space Jewelers Market
8494 State Road 21
Fri 4pm - 8pm, Sat 10am - 4pm
Admission: $2.00/Adults
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music
A beautiful and unique blend of handcrafted jewelry in a 150 year old country church. Email: www.rushfordgatheringspace.com
Exhibitors: 10
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 2/1 Digital Images, Restricted to Jewelers
Booth Size/Fee: 6x6, 6x8/$35.00
Acceptable Work: 3
Facilities: Wheelchair 1 3 5 6
Jen Frank
6320 Cty Road K
Omro, WI 54963
920/685-2094
Email:
frank6kids@yahoo.com
Web: www.rushfordgatheringspace.com

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July 15-17 – Ashland

Ashland Bay Days Festival
Bay View Park, East on Hwy 2, Across from Pamida
Fri 3pm - 10pm, Sat 9am -11pm, Sun 9am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music
Arts, crafts, food booths, entertainment, pie eating contest, waitress/waiter relay, Strong Man Contest, Sprint Triathlon, 3-on-3 basketball tournament, cardboard boat races, Battle of the Bands, and children’s activities.
Exhibitors: 35
Deadline: July 1
Eligibility: Juried, 1/1 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 10x20/$80-$140
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 7
Mary McPhetridge
Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 746, 1716 West Lake Shore Drive
Ashland, WI 54806
800/284-9484
Email:
ashchamb@centurytel.net
Web: www.ashlandbaydays.com

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July 16 – Eagle River

Artarama’s Riverwalk Art Show
Riverside Park, Division Street
9am - 3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000
Entertainment: Music
Eagle River, WI, one of the Midwest’s most upscale and beautiful resort communities, annually hosts what has become a nationally known one-day art and fine craft festival. The show and sale draws top-quality artists and crafters and a large, art-savvy and buying public. Excellent artists amenities accompany an enthusiastic and hands-on group of volunteers.
Exhibitors: 125
Deadline: March 1
Eligibility: Juried–$10, 3-5/1 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$95.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 5 6 9
Awards:  $800
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Karen Kubacki
Artarama Board of Directors
PO Box 683
Eagle River, WI 54521
715/525-2100
Email:
info@artarama-er.com
Web: www.artarama-er.com

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July 16 – Edgerton

Arts in the Park, 36th Annual Arts & Craft Fair
Central Park
9am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 5,000
Entertainment: Music
Annual art fair in beautiful Central Park. Pie social, food available, face painting, plenty of parking and more. Three-day festival throughout the city.
Exhibitors: 85
Deadline: June 30 or Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$45.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Marge Fassbinder
Edgerton Art Association
PO Box 66
Edgerton, WI 53534
608/868-3691
Email:
mkfass29@gmail.com

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July 16 – Kimberly

Paperfest Art & Craft Fair
Sunset Park
10am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music
Town festival - 10,000+ people attend four day event. Music, food/beer tents, carnival rides, sporting tournaments, car show, etc. Art fair is Saturday only. Outdoors, grassland, bring own tent.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: July 5
Eligibility: Juried, 3/2 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 20x10/$30-$55
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Vicki Tessen
Kim-Com Promotions
PO Box 33
Kimberly, WI 54136
920/574-6983
Email:
PaperfestCraftFair@yahoo.com
Web: www.paperfest.org

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July 16 – Ladysmith

Mardi Gras Arts & Crafts Fair
Miner Avenue
9am - 3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 750
Entertainment: Music
One day arts & crafts fair which is part of local Mardi Gras - 3 day event with parades, carnival, pancake bkfts, farmers market and other local events.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: July 1
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 8x10, 10x12/$30-$35
Acceptable Work: 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 4 7
Arlene Knops
Greater Ladysmith Area Chamber of Commerce
205 W. 9th Street South
Ladysmith, WI 54848
715/532-7328
Email:
ladysmithchamber@centurytel.net
Web: www.ladysmithchamber.com

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July 16 – Lake Mills

Lake Mills Arts Festival
Lake Mills Commons Park, Corner of Main and Lake
10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000+
Entertainment: Music
Sixth annual community arts celebration in historic downtown Lake Mills featuring a juried show of Wisconsin fine artists and craftspeople. Variety of food, free music, and children’s activities.
Exhibitors: 60
Deadline: May 1
Eligibility: Juried–$15, 3/1 Digital Images, Restricted to Wisconsin Artists
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 10x15/$65.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards:  $1,250
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Robin Untz
Lake Mills Main Street Program
N5923 Hwy 89
Lake Mils, WI 53551
920/648-4368
Email:
info@lakemillsartsfestival.com
Web: www.lakemillsartsfestival.com

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July 16 – Port Washington

Port Washington Fish Days
Upper Lake Park
11am - 6pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 60,000 Approx.
Entertainment: Music, Dance
A quality arts & crafts festival held in conjunction with the “World’s largest one day outdoor fish fry.” Art, music, fish & chips, parade and fireworks held on beautiful Lake Michigan.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: May15
Eligibility: Juried, 2/2 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$40.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Brenda Koehler
Port Fish Day, Inc.
229 1st AvenueAdell, WI 53001
920/994-1104
Email:
arts.crafts@portfishday.com
Web: www.portfishday.com

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July 16 – Poynette

Poynette Historic Home/Garden Tour & Arts and Crafts Fair
Paquette Park, 118 S. Main Street
9am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music
A garden related arts & crafts fair held in conjunction with a two day historic home and garden tour.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 10x40/$25-$100
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 4 5 7
Randy Krause
Poynette Area Gardening Association
N2368 WIBU Road
Poynette, WI 53955
608/635-7160
Email:
rkrause@northwoodscheese.com

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July 16-17 – Mount Horeb

40th Annual Art Fair
Main Street, Downtown
Sat 9am - 5pm, Sun 10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 12,000
Entertainment: Music, Theater
Annual art & fine craft fair on Mount Horeb’s historic main street, our “Trollway!” Experience Norwegian culture, friendly atmosphere, food, silent art auction, music and downtown amenities. Also, presented by Sons of Norway, a Kaffe Stue (Norwegian lunch).
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: May 15
Eligibility: Juried–$25, 2/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$125-$150
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards:  $1,500
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Mount Horeb Area Chamber of Commerce
300 E. Main Street
PO Box 382
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
1-88TROLLWAY
Email:
artfair@trollway.com
Web: www.trollway.com

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July 16-17 – Sheboygan

Midsummer Festival of the Arts
John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 608 New York Ave.
Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 10am - 4:30pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 20,000
Entertainment: Music
Artists from California to New York exhibit one-of-a-kind and limited-edition works of art on the Arts Center’s tree-lined grounds. Enjoy live music, hands-on workshops for all ages, food court, silent auction, and raffle.
Exhibitors: 135
Deadline: March 15
Eligibility: Juried–$35, 5/0 Digital Images
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$175.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Awards:  $3,000
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 6 7
Amy Horst
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
608 New York Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
920/458-6144
Email:
ahorst@jmkac.org
Web: www.jmkac.org/MidsummerFestivaloftheArts

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July 17 – Milwaukee *

South Shore Frolic Festival of Arts
South Shore Park, 2900 South Shore Drive
10am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 12,000 (3-Day Attendance)
Entertainment: Music
Fine art and craft festival in the Bay View neighborhood of Milwaukee held on the third day (Sunday) of the 62nd South Shore Frolics. Apply online after February 1 at www.BayViewArts.org.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: March 21 March 31
Eligibility: Juried–$5, 3-5/1 Photos, Restricted to (Submitted Online)
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$75.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Lynn Pritchard
Bay View Arts Guild
PO Box 070137
Milwaukee, WI 53207
414/248-6845
Email:
frolicsart@gmail.com
Web: www.BayViewArts.org

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*This fair has had a date change since the Wisconsin Art & Craft Fairs Directory was published in January 2011. It was originally listed as July 10, 2011.

July 17 – Neenah

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Arts Festival
Riverside Park (Across from the Museum)
10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 6,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
This 37th Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Arts Festival hosts fine artists in a beautifully wooded lakeside park with music, food and family activities. A beloved annual event strongly supported by Fox Cities communities.
Exhibitors: 85
Deadline: March 30
Eligibility: Juried–$20, 4/1
Booth Size/Fee: 15x15/$100.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards:  $1,200
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Jennifer Bero
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
165 N Park Avenue
Neenah, WI 54956
920/751-4658
Email:
bero@bergstrom-mahlermuseum.com
Web: www.bergstrom-mahlermuseum.com

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July 17 – Three Lakes

Superior Street Fair
Superior Street, Downtown
10am - 3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 300
Entertainment: Music
Superior Street in downtown Three Lakes will be lined with crafters, flea market vendors and game booths. Enjoy all day entertainment, food, music and more! Free to the public.
Exhibitors: 70
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, Restricted to Non-Food Booths
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10, 10x15/$25-$50
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Skip Brunswick
Three Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 268, 1704 Superior Street
Three Lakes, WI 54562
715/546-3346
Email:
vacation@threelakes.com
Web: www.threelakes.com

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July 23 – Land O’ Lakes

Art Impressions
Town Hall Grounds, Hwy B
9am - 3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,500
Entertainment: Music
Juried art fair featuring original fine art and fine craft. Shady, park-like setting with live music and food vendors.
Exhibitors: 82
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried, 3/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$55.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 9
Awards:  $1,500
Facilities: 2 3 7
Karen Lenhart or Sandy Wait
Land O’ Lakes Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 599
Land O’ Lakes, WI 54540
800/236-3432
Web:
www.landolakes-wi.org

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July 23 – Pleasant Prairie *

Pleasant Prairie Family Days Craft Fair and Farmer’s Market
Prairie Springs Park, 10000 88th Avenue
12pm -7pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 10,000-15,000
The Village of Pleasant Prairie and Lakeview RecPlex will add a farmer’s market and craft fair to their annual festival. Festival includes fireworks, games, food and family fun!
Deadline: July 1
Eligibility: Juried—3 photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10. Application received before 5/1/2011 $10; received after 5/1/2011 $20. Vendor to provide table and 10x10 tent. This is an outdoor festival.
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9
Facilities: 2
Attn: Jan or Holly
Prairie Family Days Craft Fair/Farmer’s Market
9915 39th Avenue
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
262/925-6717
Email:
hbjelajac@plprairiewi.com

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*This event is a new listing since the Wisconsin Art & Craft Fairs Directory was published in January 2011.

July 23 – Richfield

Art at the Mill
Richfield Historical Park/Nature Park, Hwy 164
10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 500
Entertainment: Music
Fine art and craft fair held in the beautiful, natural setting of the historic Messer/Mayer Mill. Adjacent nature park features self-guided walks and observation deck overlooking beautiful Holy Hill.
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: May 30
Eligibility: Juried–$10, 3/1 Slides or Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$60.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Nancy Armitage
Richfield Historical Society
PO Box 268
Richfield, WI 53076
262/623-1772
Email:
nancyarmitagefineart@gmail.com
Web: www.richfieldhistoricalsociety.org

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Ellison Bay July 23-24

Liberty Grove Historical Society
Art and Craft Fair
11871 State Hwy 42
Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 1,000
Entertainment: Music
The fair offers the opportunity to combine business and to see scenic Door County which attracts many tourists. Live music Saturday and Sunday. Location on Hwy 42 offers great visibility.
Exhibitors: 50
Deadline: April 1
Eligibility: Juried, 3/1 Photos, Restricted to Items Handcrafted by Artist
Booth Size/Fee: 10x12, 10x24/$60-$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Marcia Farber
Liberty Grove Historical Society
11940 Lakeview Road
Ellison Bay, WI 54210
920/854-1926
Email:
cousinswalk@charter.net

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July 23-31 – Oshkosh

The Eclectic Experience During AirVenture 2011
The Outlet Shoppes at Oshkosh, 3001 S. Washburn
Mon-Sat 10am - 9am, Sun 10am - 6pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,000-10,000
AirVenture is 7/25 to 7/31. Average attendance is 650,000 plus. Every ˝ hour buses take attendees to and from the AirVenture grounds to the mall.
Exhibitors: 30
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Juried
Booth Size/Fee: 8x4/$60-$350
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 1 5 7
Kathy J
L & K Productions
920 W. 9th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
800/366-4189
Email:
kathy@landkproductions.com
Web: www.landkproductions.com

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July 29-30 – Wisconsin Rapids

Betty Boop Festival of Wisconsin
Hotel Mead, 451 E. Grand Avenue
10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 4,000
Entertainment: Music
All types of art and collectibles, not just Betty Boop, for sale. Informal appraisals on collectibles and presentations by Denise Hagopian throughout
the day.
Exhibitors: 75+
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, 3/3 Digital Images, Vendor To Be Reviewed
Booth Size/Fee: 8x8, 24x8/$50-$130
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 1 2 3 5 7
Krista Dhein
Betty Boop Festival Wisconsin
1120 Lincoln Street
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
715/423-1830
Email:
bbfestivalwi@gmail.com
Web: www.BettyBoopFestivalWI.com

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July 30 – Cedar Grove

Holland Festival Arts & Crafts Fair on the Green
Memorial Park, Van Altena Avenue
9am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,000
Entertainment: Music, Dance
The annual Holland Festival celebrates the village’s Dutch heritage. Alcohol-free celebration includes a parade, ethnic food, music, children’s rides and an art fair. Family oriented.
Exhibitors: 65
Deadline: July 16
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10x13/$45-$65
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 3 7
Jenna DeRuyter
Holland Festival
5257 Lakeview Ridge Road
Belgium, WI 53004
262/285-3467
Email:
hollandfestartfair@hotmail.com
Web: www.hollandfest.com

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July 30 – Crandon

Kentuck Day Festival
Courthouse Square, Lake Avenue
10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 3,500
Entertainment: Music
A celebration of the area’s early settlers from Kentucky, with art, crafts, specialty foods, horse & wagon rides, live entertainment, flea market, car show and more.
Exhibitors: 100
Deadline: July 15
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 10x10/$50-$60
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 2 7
Forest County Chamber of Commerce
116 South Lake Avenue
Crandon, WI 54520
715/478-3450
Email:
info@visitforestcounty.com
Web: www.visitforestcounty.com

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July 30 – Fond du Lac

Prairie Fest
UW-Fond du Lac, 400 University Drive
10am - 3pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 800
Entertainment: Music
Prairie Fest is an outdoor environmental education event with a small art fair. Artist’s work should either be inspired by nature or incorporate natural materials.
Exhibitors: 25
Deadline: July 1
Eligibility: Open, 2/0 Photos
Booth Size/Fee: 8x8, 10x16/$30.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: 1 2 3 5 7
Erika Jensen
The Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum
UW Fond du Lac
400 University Drive
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
920/324-5329
Email:
erikajen@sbcglobal.net
Web: www.fdl.uwc.edu/arboretum

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July 30 – Waunakee

Waunafest Arts & Craft Fair - 25th Annual
Centennial Park, Holiday Drive
9am - 5pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: Not Specified
Entertainment: Music
Food, beverage, music, family entertainment, carnival, softball tournament, tug-of-war, Sunday parade, arts and craft fair, something for everyone.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$50.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Facilities: Wheelchair 2 3 7
Diana C. Long
Waunakee Area Lioness Club
208 4th Street
Waunakee, WI 53597
608/849-5592
Email:
bdlong@tds.net

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July 31 – Shawano

43rd Annual Shawano Co. Art & Craft Fair
Mielke Arts Center, Airport Road
10am - 4pm
Admission: Free
Attendance: 2,500
70-80 regional artists exhibit and sell a variety of original work. Booths are set up along wooded winding paths surrounding the Mielke Arts Center near Shawano Lake.
Exhibitors: 80
Deadline: Until Full
Eligibility: Open, Restricted to Original Work Only
Booth Size/Fee: 12x12/$40.00
Acceptable Work: 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
Awards:  $500
Facilities: 2 3 5 7
Cheryl Folkerts
Shawano County Arts Council
N6499 Isaacson Road
Cecil, WI 54111
715/745-6222
Email:
windfall@frontiernet.net
Web: www.shawanoarts.com

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Updated:  Thursday, March 31, 2011