On August 30, 2023

SeptemberFest celebrates the beginning of fall with arts, crafts and food fair in Poultney on Saturday


Saturday, Sept. 2—POULTNEY—An Art, Craft, and food fair, is on tap for Saturday, Labor Day weekend. Stroll along Poultney’s broad Main Street and throughout the village and browse the exhibits and sales of fine artwork and quality crafts. Also, visit the new Slate Quarry Park, Stone Valley Arts, the Poultney Museum of History and Art,  Historical Society exhibits, Stone Valley Arts, and various artist locations.

The Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the artists, artisans, and quality food producers that constitute an important part of the area’s economy.  The individuality and dedication of these people, driven to create, is what helps to make this part of Vermont special.  

You’ll meet the actual folks who create the designs, and can talk with them about ideas, creations, and more, artists like Edna Blankley with her handmade blankets and Christmas items, and  Lette’s Creations, specializing in crocheted toys, jewelry, and dragon sculpture.  Munch on the vegan baked goods provided by Inspired Cookies.  

The fair would not be complete without Jen’s Jewels, homemade jewelry using natural stone, and wrought iron art.  Vermont Fire Rocks shines with candle-like lamps made from stone.  And spice up your life with Simply Garlic, producing garlic, salsa, hot sauce, and garlic stuffed olives among other creations.  

The Poultney Area Chamber will also be set up with information about the Poultney area, events and dates, maps and attractions, and souvenir Christmas ornaments. 

For more information, visit: poultneyareachamber.com.

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