The Strathmore Artisans Annual Arts and Crafts Sale began as an opportunity for Strathmore-based artists to connect with each other and to feature and sell their arts and crafts. Today, the event has expanded to include artists and makers of original artwork and handicrafts from beyond Strathmore and moved from neighborhood living rooms to the Most Holy Rosary Church Parish Center and Gymnasium on Bellevue Avenue in the heart of Strathmore.
This year’s event will be held on Saturday, December 8th from 10 am – 4 pm. Admission for guests is free.
Participating artisans pay a small vendor fee ($30/8 foot by 8 foot booth) which is used to cover the costs associated with hosting the sale and to sustain Strathmore Speaker Series programming and events. Artisans interested in participating should complete our Eventbrite registration form here. Please note that this sale is only open to crafters and makers of original work. We do not currently accept vendors of commercially made products or multilevel marketing sellers (e.g., LuLaRoe, NuSkin, Young Living). Also, unlike in past years, we will not be able to provide tables and chairs for artisans.
Participating artisans interested in having their work featured on the Strathmore Artisans website and the Strathmore Artisans Facebook page should send photos, the name their crafting goes by (e.g., “Fridgewisdom by Patty Black”), and a brief bio to