Art and Craft Fair

The 2021 Art and Craft Fair will be held on Saturday, August 28 & Sunday, August 29 from 9am – 5pm each day.  The Art and Craft Fair features artists and crafters offering a diverse selection of handmade, original products including jewelry, metal/glass art, folk art, fiber, ceramics, embroidery and so much more!  Commercial products, including buy/sell items, are not allowed.  Our art and craft fair features 100% handcrafted goods!

Booth fees are $150 per booth space.  Proceeds from booth fees at the Art and Craft Fair will go to the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District Education Foundation, which will use the funds to increase participation by underrepresented groups in the visual and performing arts in District schools.  

Booth Registration

Registration for 2021 is now open!  Click below for a downloadable registration form. 

2021 Art Fair Vendors

Vendors for the 2021 Good Neighbor Festival Art and Craft Fair, August 28-29, 2021
Business NameItemsSpace
10x10 Gallerystickers, vinyl decals, tote bags, cups, watercolor prints, small canvas paintings
51 Tulipshandmade crocheted items
Akarim African Enterprisesstraw baskets, hats and fans
Alexandra Art + Designillustrations and mini acrylic paintings, greeting cards
Angela Rose Studioshand poured soy candles and wax melts, with custon scents inspired by the State of Wisconsin
Ann Windellcanvas, glass and window painting
Annie's Etc.handmade doll costumes and historical clothing
Autumn Rose Designsfelted figures and wool accessories
Baavo Wellnessorganic health products
Chapel Street Candleshand poured and decorated soy candles
Chef K Clark Pickles and Preservesunique and delicious pickles and preserves
Cheryl Createsdoll clothes, blanket buddies, cards
Chris' Crafts and Kitchencanned goods, breads, wall hangings, centerpieces, wooden flowers
CoCo Bo'scustom jewelry and accessories from shell casings, sea glass
Crafting Zen/Armstrong Jewelry Studioleather earrings and cuffs
Creation by Carriefleece blankets
Curning Nature Photography and Jewelrynature photography
Dale's Woodturningwooden bowls, vases, etc.
Dip'n Good Dipsdip seasoning mix and dip cooler bowls
Drifted Aestheticmacrame home goods
Elsbeth's Jewelsjewelry: necklaces, bracelets, pendants, earrings
Fat Cat Beadsbeaded jewelry and copper earring trees
Full Moon Farmjewelry, scarves, dish cloths, essential oils, candles, incense burners, leather goods
Good Courage Handmadepainted-barn quilts
Grace Beadsjewelry made from recycled paper
Inspiring Art by Alexpaintings in acrylics, posters and cards
It's a Stitchhome décor florals, knitted items
J.L. Fredrickhistorical books, including Middleton titles
Jackie Soapsoap, scents, bath bombs
Jazz Snap Designsinterchangeable 'snap' jewelry
Jewelry Designs by Genajewelry: necklaces, bracelets, earrings, eyeglass chains
JLE Designscopper garden art
John Youngquist and Associatesburlwood coffee tables, side tables, serving trays
Jully's Pony Tail Hatdesign hats and handmade jewelry
Karomni Co./The Freckled Woodpersonal care items, home fragrance, home decor of concrete and wood
Ken Hendersoncutting boards, board games
Lor Hmong NeedleHmong story cloths, stuffed animals and purses
Luna Beam LuxeriesResin and leather jewelry and hair accessories, wine cork magnets, hammered copper jewelry
Luna Ce Craftsdesigner witch hats, American Girl doll clothes and cosplay costumes
M5 FotoWisconsin and Madison photography
Mama G's Handmade Goods and Watercolors by Suehandmade hair accessories and watercolor paintings
Mary Lou Boatmanruffled skirts, stuffed animals, bows & arrows, wreaths
Medieval Mapmakerhand drawn maps
Metamorphosiscopper and sterling silver necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings
Moon and Stars Fused Glassfused glass and mixed metal home and garden decor
Rainbow's End Designsembroidered reading pocket pillows, tooth fairy pillows, hooded towels, hairbows
Roth Metal Creationsmetal sculptures
Seasonal & Sports Decorhand painted welcome signs, windows, door decorations
Signature Collection by Merylacrylic paint on canvas
Small Family Clothingoriginal water color art t-shirts
Sophisticated Ladymoisturizers, oils and scrubs
Stylistic Designsfloral designs
Sue Haffner Doll Clothesdoll clothes for 18" American Girl dolls
Sweet Space Studiojewelry, hairpins, bookmarks
The Wayside Wizardfantasy themed candles
The Wired Whimmetalwork, wirework and enamel art jewelry
TT's Nothing But Nature's GoodnessHandmade soaps and bodycare products, vegan, ecofriendly and plastic free
Turtle Army Jess Craftscrocheted toys, plushies, dolls, trinkets and keychains
Valley View Rustic Creationslicense plate signs and art
VLK Creationsgarden teapot sets
Ziegler Designs14 Kt gold filled and sterling silver jewelry

Rules and Frequently Asked Questions

Please read the following Rules and FAQs.  If your question is not answered, feel free to contact us at

Q: When and where is this year’s Art and Craft Fair?

A: This year’s Fair will be held on August 28 and 29, 2021, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Fireman’s Park in Middleton next to Middleton High School. The Art and Craft Fair is held in the South end of the Park, which is a grassy area with many trees.

 Q: If I have registered and am later unable to attend can I receive a refund of my registration fee?

A: Yes. All refund requests must be submitted in writing (email or mailed) at least one week before the Festival for any reason. If the Art and Craft Fair is canceled, all fees will be promptly refunded. Refunds will not be given for adverse weather or after the cutoff date. 

Q: How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect the Art and Craft Fair?

The Festival organizers will monitor local health conditions and regulations up to the event. Booths will be spaced out, and there may be rules regarding occupancy and masking. Booth operators may also choose to require additional precautions.

 Q: When will I know my booth number and when can I set up?

A: Booth numbers will not be available until registration on Friday. Registration will run from 10 a.m. -7 p.m. on Friday, and resume at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday. You may set up your booth after you register with the Art and Craft Fair Coordinator at the registration table, which will be visible from North Avenue. Please do not set up before you register with the Coordinator as you may be out of position and then must be required to move. If you are unable to register Friday before 7 p.m., you must wait until Saturday morning to register, receive your booth assignment and set up your booth.

Q: How big are the booths?

A: Booths are 15′ wide by 10′ deep. These are empty spaces, to be filled with your own tent and products.   

Q: Is this a juried show?

A: No. The Art and Craft Fair is not juried or judged.

Q: Am I guaranteed the same booth I had in the past, or my requested booth?

A: No. Booths are assigned to applicants in the order they are received based on their requests. Reasonable efforts are made to assign vendors their first or second choice. If we are unable to assign your first or second choice we will try to assign you a booth near your requested area.  The Coordinator reserves the right to move your booth assignment outside your preferred area for safety reasons to accommodate your requests to use special equipment (such as generators).  

***Booth requests are not guarantees***

Q: Where can I drop off my merchandise?

A: Many vendors use North Avenue to drop off their merchandise. Please be aware that North Avenue is a public street that is subject to parking restrictions during the Good Neighbor Festival. You may use North Avenue only as an unloading zone and stay there for only 60 minutes so other vendors are able to utilize that space to unload as well.  On Friday at 5:30 p.m., North Avenue will be closed for a short period of time for the Good Neighbor Festival’s kiddie parade, and traffic will not be able to move in or out of the area.

Q: Will there be people to help me unload/load my merchandise?

A: We are planning to recruit high school students to assist with loading and unloading. If you choose to use these volunteers, neither the volunteers nor the Art and Craft Fair are responsible for any damage.  

Q: What happens if it rains?

A: The show will continue as scheduled regardless of rain. There are no refunds due to adverse weather. In the event of rain, sawdust will be provided for the aisles only. Vendors are responsible for sawdust in their booths should they need it. Vendors are required to rake up all sawdust used in their booth prior to leaving the show. Use of straw is not allowed by the City of Middleton.

Q: Is there security overnight?

A: Yes. The Good Neighbor Festival provides security to monitor the park overnight.  However, the festival grounds cover a large area, and the security personnel cannot be everywhere at all times. Vendors are encouraged to take all valuable items with them when they leave for the night, including cash drawers/lock boxes.  Neither the Good Neighbor Festival or the MCPASD Education Foundation is responsible for any lost, stolen, damaged goods or property.

Q: Are refreshments offered to vendors?

A: No. We cannot offer free refreshments to vendors such as coffee and donuts as other non-profit organizations sell these items in other areas of the festival.

Q: If I need to use the restroom or leave my booth will there be someone there to watch it for me?

A: No. We are not able to provide a booth sitting service.  Restrooms are located in the middle of the festival.

Q: Where will the Art and Craft Fair Coordinator be during the show if I have a question?

A: The Coordinator will be on the Good Neighbor Festival grounds during the hours of the art show and circulating regularly throughout the art show area.  A cell phone number will be provided to vendors to contact the Coordinator during the Festival.

Q: May I sell commercial products?

A: No. Commercial products are not allowed. Only original handmade goods may be sold at the art show.  All decisions about originality will be made by the Coordinator and are final.  The sale of ‘buy/sell’ items is a violation of the show rules and immediate grounds from dismissal from the show.

Q: May I sell food products?

A: Yes, but the product you sell must be approved in advance, must be handmade, and must not be intended to be consumed on site.  

Q: May I provide services?

A: No. The sale of services such as caricatures, face painting, tattooing (temporary or permanent) and massage is not an authorized.  Any vendor selling services will be asked to discontinue the sale of said service or asked to leave the show without a refund.

The Good Neighbor Festival is a community celebration in Middleton, WI, held the last weekend of August since 1964.