Booth Demonstrations

Many vendors offer ongoing tastes and samples of their wonderful products at their booths. A few vendors provide more elaborate demonstrations.  Scheduled booth demonstrations may be found on the schedules for Saturday and Sunday.

Stay tuned for 2014′s demonstration descriptions!

2013 Agriculture and Local Livelihood demonstrations at booths, ongoing unless otherwise indicated 

  • Seeds of Solidarity:  Garlic growing workshops: several times each day, check schedule
  • White Buffalo Herbs: herb extract and oil making, check schedule
  • Birch Moon Farm and Herbals: lip balm and salve making
  • Balky Farm: Needle Felting
  • Prospect Hill Farm: spinning of wheat into threads
  • Woodcock Farm: Spinning
  • Cooleyville Farm: Making boards on a portable sawmill
  • Power Pallet/Biogas
  • Genesis One
  • White Oak Timber Framers
  • New Salem Preserves: Pressing apple cider
  • PV²: Solar electricity for the main stage
  • Ben’s Bins: vermi-culture (worms!)
  • Turn, Turn, Turn: Wood turning on a lathe, check schedule

2013 Art and Craft Demonstrations Located at Exhibitor’s Booth:

  • Spoon River – Ring Making
  • Shanti Creations – Percussion Creation
  • Peterman’s Boards & Bowls – Waxing Wooden Bowls
  • R + M Caning + Woodworks – Chair Caning and Hand Carving
  • Wild Child Tie-Dyes – Fiber Reactive Tie-Dying
  • Blue Bubble Quilts – Embroidery and Quilt Piecework
  • Wendell Weavers – Rigid Heddle Loom Weaving
  • Dragonfly Designs – Wire and Bead Bug Sculpting
  • Firecrow Handwovens – Four-Harness Loom Weaving (You can weave too!)
  • Splendid Toad Art Farm – Painting
  • Art Bug – Drawing and Watercolor Painting
  • Greensleeves – Wreath Creation
  • Blue Dog Leather – Carving, Tooling, and Hand Stitching with Leather

2013 Healing Arts Scheduled Demonstrations Located at Booths

  • Breema Bodywork, check schedule
  • Raphaeliet and Reiki Hands-On Healing, check schedule

Locations of booths will be in the printed program and on display throughout the festival.