2024 Vendors

You’ll find everything from beautiful pottery to sea-glass jewelry to unique food among the many booths around Centre Street Church and all around downtown Machias. Many vendors will be on site Friday on the Centre Street Church green, all vendors will be up and running on Saturday and Sunday.

Church Commons Lot

569 woodworking
Bruce McEwen
Website: 569 Woodworking
Many different styles and sizes of wooden flags and signs as well as wooden jewelry boxes and keepsake and memory boxes, concealment boxes.

Adult & Teen Challenge New England and New Jersey, Inc.
Scott Ashey
Website: Adult & Teen Challenge
Adult and Teen Challenge Maine is a 12 Month faith-based residential live in addiction treatment ministry.  We are a 501 C3 non-profit and rely on sales of your handmade cutting boards and French rolling pins as well as donations. The wood products are part of our vocational training and are made by residents. For outreach, we also do a presentation and testimonies of the ministry every Sunday across the entire state.  With the still rising issue of addiction in Washinton County along with the state of Maine it is vital to offer all forms of help to combat the loss of families and lives affected.

Ainsley 3d
Matthew Pelletier
Website: Ainsley 3d
I sell 3d printed animal statues and other items.

Allagash Tails LLC
Tim Caverly
Website: Allagash Tails, LLC
I am a Maine author who has written and published (12) books about Maine.  Based on my 32 years as a Maine Park Ranger and Supervisor of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.  My books are reading levels from pre-K to adult, and will take the reader into the deepest part of our northern forest.

Balsamae Soap Co.
Arland Bowen
Website: Balsamae Soap Co.
Homemade soaps, beard oils, bath bombs and lip balms.

Cooke Aquaculture USA
Steve Hedlund
Website: Cooke Aquaculture
Cooke Aquaculture USA farms Atlantic salmon in the clean, crisp waters of the Gulf of Maine. We are a family-owned company that directly employs around 200 people throughout Maine, and we have been part of the Downeast community since 2004. Our responsibly raised fish are sold at supermarkets and restaurants throughout the Northeast.

Cozy Cricket Crafts
Heather Doughty
Cozy Cricket Crafts offers a wide range of handmade goods from quilts to stuffed animals.

Michelle Keenan Davoren
Website: Cutco
Cutco is a direct sales company, specializing in The World’s Finest Cutlery – Cutco.  The booth set up consists of a professional display of our products and highly qualified/trained sales reps to man the booth and assist current and potential customers.  We do 1-on-1 demos with customers right at the booth and write up orders if anyone is interested in purchasing.  We also set up service calls for existing customers who request it, where reps can visit them in their home to service their cutlery. When reps write up orders, they then submit them to our New York office for processing and the product is shipped directly to the customer’s home. We sell: Cutlery, Garden, BBQ & Culinary Tools, Cookware, Flatware, Sporting Knives, Scissors, Wellness Mats.

Dark Eagle, llc
Christopher Chartrand
Selling handmade wood, leather and crochet items. Great for gifts, souvenirs, and decoration.

Downeast Jewelers
Gabrielle White
We hand-craft and sell Maine tourmaline, amethyst, and aquamarine jewelry in our Machias Maine shop. At the blueberry festival we will have our Maine gemstone jewelry, along with our popular “Maine” collection featuring pinecones, acorns and more!

Downeast Salmon Federation
Michelle Wright
Website: Downeast Salmon Federation
We are a nonprofit organization with a mission to conserve wild Atlantic salmon and its habitat, restore a viable sports fishery and protect other important river, scenic, recreational and ecological resources in eastern Maine.

Scott Helstrom
Website: Downeast3D
I sell 3d printed, laser cut, and laser engraved items as well as resin dice sets.

Dulse & Rugosa
Claire T. Weinberg
Website: Dulse & Rugosa
Dulse & Rugosa started as a mother daughter business in 2012 to share the wonders of Maine, especially our oceans.  We discovered the magical powers of Maine seaweed as a natural remedy for itchy scalps.  At the time, we were committed to harvesting and growing the botanicals we used from our remote Gotts Island home.  We grew and expanded and now have flower gardens in three different small (super small) farms.  You can visit one of them at our small storefront and studio in Gouldsboro, ME.

Gil Emch
Gil Emch
Leather crafts and paintings.

Eve’s Garden
Kate Spardello
Website:  Eve’s Garden
Our products comprise freeze-dried items, including candies, fruits, vegetables, proteins, homemade baked goods, and a variety of other items made specifically for the Machias Blueberry Festival.  We are a licensed and insured commercial kitchen.  We are also a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Kingfield, Maine.  Our mission is to ease food insecurity that arises from unaffordability of healthy foods, inability to prepare healthy meals at home, and food waste.  We provide healthy homemade foods to individuals and families in Franklin County, Maine who require assistance with respect to accessing such meals.  All meals are delivered completely free of charge.  If there are meals left over, we freeze the meals and then, if those frozen meals are not used within a set amount of time, we freeze-dry them, making the meals shelf stable for more than twenty-five years.  In this manner, we fight food insecurity at both ends of the food spectrum, from access to preservation.  Our fundraising efforts take us to fairs and festivals throughout Maine, from Portland to Presque Isle, from Belfast to Bangor, and from Auburn to Oakland.  When we attend events that take us outside of Franklin County, we select one or two non-profit organizations local to the event and make donations to those organizations after the event ends.  It is our idea that “Maine is a small town,” and we appreciate the network of organizations in Maine that support our far-flung communities across the State.

Eye Catching Jewelry
Apryl Stanley
Website: Eye Catching Jewelry
Handmade fishing lure jewelry.

Fiore Artisan Olive Oils and Vinegar
Nancy O’Brien
Website: Fiore Artisan Olive Oils
Olive Oils from around the world; balsamic vinegars from Modena, Italy; Pestos; Jams; Olives from Spain and more!

Firefly Creations
Cassandra Thompson
Website: Firefly Creations
I make all natural gemstone and real made by the sea seaglass jewelry. They are all unique and I have a little something for everyone.

Gourmet Gifts Inc
Holly Allen
Website: Gourmet Gifts, Inc.
My main product is wine slushy mixes to be made at home. My other products include hot sauces, bbq sauce, and peanut butters. All my products are made by artisan makers in the USA. I do give out a small sample of all my products and I can make the wine slushy with non-alcohol wine if needed. I have a large slushy machine, and I would need power from you or I can bring my quiet generator.

Sandra Dwight-Barris
Website:  Grey Goose Gourmet
Introducing GREY GOOSE GOURMET to Machias, Maine!  We make small-batch, hand-poured pepper jellies offering over 12 varieties including seasonal favorites such as Strawberry Rhubarb.  And, NEW for 2024, “M.O.O.S.E.” Pepper Jelly.  We’ll have at least 2 BLUEBERRY pepper jellies varieties as well.  Whether you like mellow & fruity or hot and savory, we’ll have something for everyone!  We’re very excited to be here this weekend.  Find us and come sample all the pepper jelly goodness!

I See Spain
Emily McAllister
Website: I See Spain
Ceramic food grating plates and bowls: handmade and painted in Spain.

Jesi’s Jewels
Jessica Woods
Website: Jesi’s Jewels
Jesi’s Jewels is a one-woman owned business featuring themed mixed media jewelry and refinished and creative jewelry displays-made with love in Riverside, RI.

Little Bit Of Magic Farm
Dawn McClure
Website: Little Bit of Magic Farm
Little Bit of Magic Farm offers homemade baked goods as well as homemade pickles, jams and so much more. We are a family owned and operated farm, most of the ingredients that are used in our products are grown on our farm in Marion TWP. We offer sugar free and gluten free products along with our other tasty treats.

Loring Job Corps
Tennille Rivers
Website: Job Corps
Free Federal Program helping young adults 16-24 receive vocational training.

Lost an Found Treasures
Rebecca Morgan
In my craft, I offer a diverse range of handmade items that reflect my passion for creativity and sustainability. My eco-printed attire features captivating designs achieved through natural dyes and botanical imprints, bringing a touch of nature to clothing pieces such as shirts, scarves, and dresses. Additionally, I specialize in crafting crochet wearables and plushies. I also create jewelry pieces, blending various materials like beads, metals, and natural elements to create earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings that add a personal touch to any outfit.

Machias Branch of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Elissa Wing
Interested in learning about your family history? We are here to help. We will demonstrate tools, provide information, and answer any questions we can to help you research your own family history.

Maine Blackfly Breeders Association
Marilyn Dowling
Website: Maine Blackfly Breeders Association
The Maine Blackfly Breeders Association is a nonprofit Swarm of volunteers.  Stop by our booth and visit Bloody Merry – World’s Largest Blackfly.  We sell humorous blackfly products – T-shirts, Bumper Stickers, Mugs, Playing Cards and more!  Adopt a Baby Blackfly plush toy!  All the money is donated to local charities.

Moonshadow Stones
Steve Smith
Natural stone jewelry made from rocks collected from the Sonoran Desert and Maine coast.

New England Novelty
Keith Lambert
We sell children’s toys/novelties, spring-themed items, hats, parasols, stuffed animals, and inflates.

Nightwing Accents
Christina Moschella
Handmade chainmaille accessories with pop culture flair. Keychains, earrings, zipper pulls, necklaces, bracelets, etc.

Our Creative Imaginings
Judith Tyler
Website: Our Creative Imaginings
We love to bring out the inner child and bring a touch of whimsy to all ages, face & body painting, festival glitter, glitter and painted tattoos.

Pen & Cob Farm
Katherine Swann
Website: Pen & Cob Farm
We make specialty food and wellness products using farmed and foraged ingredients. We also offer a selection of baked goods.

Linda Gilmore
Website:  Puckerbrush
We are small farm /apiary owners building and growing our specialty food business with a strong focus on locally sourced primary ingredients. We own a small apiary, and sell our honey, jams and jellies, dips and spices, bread mixes, maple syrup, herbal teas and other north country handmade gourmet foods.

Renewal by Andersen
Samantha Carter
Website:  Renewal by Andersen
RBA of Greater Maine is the full-service replacement division of the Andersen Corporation. We handle your replacement window and door projects from start to finish.

Sarah Terrell Illustration & Design
Sarah Terrell
Website: Sarah Terrell Illustration
Fine Art Originals, Prints, Greeting Cards, Stickers, and other small handmade crafts, including mushroom ornaments and macrame.

Scribbles and Doodlez
Courtney Andrews
Website: Scribbles and Doodlez
Courtney Andrews, aka Scribs, is a born and raised Maine watercolor artist.  During a recovery from a surgery in 2017 she started dabbling in watercolor.  With her Maine roots intertwined with coastal Maine, and grandfather being a lighthouse tender off the coast of Rockland, the lighthouse of Maine were the first things she started painting.  Since then, she lets all parts of Maine influence her artwork. Primarily she sells stickers and greeting cards with her colorful creations, within the last few years she has also dabble with selling glassware, wrapping paper, sun catchers, and other stationery gifts all with her original artwork.  She also has a love of anything spooky, bright colors and is a lover of puns.  With over 85 stores in Maine and around the country carrying her artwork she loves sharing her love of Maine and beyond.

Simply Stitches by Angela
Angela Curtis
Crochet Stuffed animals and plushies, cardigans, hats, keychains, baby blankets, and more!

Sunrise Opportunities Prevention Council
Monica  Olivares
Website: Sunrise Opportunities Prevention Council
Parenting is tough work!  You are not alone.  We offer a variety of supportive programs to help you through your parenting journey including Parent Education classes from birth to teens, weekly area Playgroups, Professional Trainings such as Mandated Reporter Trainings, Parenting in Recovery Support groups, Family Fun Days and Family Supports including diapers, wipes, cribs, clothes and heating assistance.

Sweaters by Beth
Beth Hutchings
Beautiful handmade sweaters.

Sweet Monkey Business
Matt Burke
Website: Sweet Monkey Business
Sweet Monkey Business makes a variety of artisanal shortbread cookies and superfood granola.  Our products are preservative-free, delicious, and distinctive.  They are made with love and care, by hand in small batches, at our bakery in Belfast, Maine.

The Carpenters’ Workshop/Crafted Downeast
Beth Carpenter
Website: The Carpenters’ Workshop
Handmade heirloom quality Maine hardwood furniture: 3 legged stools, benches, tables, and cutting boards.

The Feathered Skull
Robin Bachtel
Handmade jewelry, Maine photography (giclees),sea glass and ocean crafts.

The French Cellar
Emily Mawhinney
Mobil charcuterie, micro greens, Camden blueberry pottery, local youth artist postcards.

The House of Mouse Boutique
Martha Thibodeau
Website: The House of Mouse Boutique
Visit The House of Mouse Boutique for simply comfortable women’s clothes. We sell Lularoe dresses, tops, denim, leggings, and more. We also have some accessories to match your beautiful new outfit. Teachers get 10% off with a school ID.

The Magickal Realm
Brandy Evanson
We offer a large assortment of metaphysical supplies such as herbs, candles, crystals, oils and much more.

The Salty Cowgirl
Janet Driensky
I make photo keepsake jewelry to order and have other jewelry and photo items for sale.

The University of Maine at Machias
Peggy Slicer
Website: University of Maine Machias
One University.  Two campuses.  Unlimited opportunities.  UMaine and UMaine Machias are vibrant communities of engaged citizens thriving in the breathtaking beauty of Maine, on the land of the Penobscot Nation and Passamaquoddy homeland.  We celebrate 11,500+ adventurous learners from 50 states and 70 countries who are exploring, creating, researching, and making discoveries about themselves and the world.  Come join us!

The wandering brush
Lana Quann
Website: The wandering brush
Local watercolor art inspired by hikes and wildlife of Downeast Maine.  Affordable originals, prints and unique art gifts.

True Honey Teas
Keith Behr
Website: True Honey Teas
Teabags infused with dry honey granules.

Unique traditional Basketry
Allan Sackey
Handcrafted baskets.

Washington County Republican Committee
David Whitney
Promotion of Washington County Republican Committee together with local, state and national Candidates for all political positions.

Waxing Moon Studio
Susan Hillock
Website: Waxing Moon Studio
Waxing Moon Studio creates unique Maine themed gifts and decor designed and printed here in Maine.

Wild Child Botanicals, LLC.
Esther Tozier
Wild Child Botanicals, LLC. Is committed to bringing you natural products mindfully sourced and created with love in Crawford Maine.  We believe everyone can benefit from herbs, that anyone can create their own herbal remedies and foods.  Our mushroom and herbal classes are designed to show you how to fill your pantry with harvests from fields and forests.

Wooden Way Creations
Charlie Hinkel
Website:  Wooden Way Creations
We hand craft a variety of wooden Kitchen Tools including spoons, spatulas, toaster tongs, knives, wine caddies and cutting boards.

Yummy in Your Tummy
Nichole Hartley
Freeze Dried candy and treats.

Bangor Savings Bank Lot

(Lot is full!)

Art by Samantha Wheelock
Samantha Wheelock
Website:  Art by Samantha Wheelock
Original watercolor artwork, both originals and prints, as well as cards, notebooks, key chains, magnets, stickers, and ornaments.  Handcrafted framed diamond painting and beautiful plants and handcrafted hangers.

Baubles ‘n Booty
Leah E Backman
Baubles ‘n Booty sells handmade, unique, one-of-a-kind bead embroidered jewelry, beaded earrings and bracelets. We do custom pieces and take requests!

Bloomside Botanicals
Matthew Walsh
Website: Bloomside Botanicals
Bloomside Botanicals is a land-based enterprise that grows in lockstep with the rhythms of life, offering clean herbal wellness products that help support the daily human experience.  Our expansion moves at a human pace, allowing for quality to be maintained in our land experience and in our public business offerings. We offer an ever-expanding line of handcrafted herbal wellness products using locally sourced and organically grown ingredients.  Our skin care offerings include our face and body oils, balms, face masks, and lip balm, as well as oral wellness offerings featuring our herbal mouthwash and tooth powder, plus natural hair care.  Our garden grown teas aid in digestion, sleep, relaxation, and daily nutrition.  We are crafting a Wild Blueberry Tea that will be debuting at the Machias Wild Blueberry Festival!

Coastal Cottage Studio
Barbara Johnson
I marbleize furniture and home decor then hand paint an outdoor mural encompassing the entire piece.  I also hand paint denim Jean jackets with wildlife and floral designs.

Creations From Maine
Debbie  Whitman
Website:  Creations From Maine
Baby items (onesies, booties, headbands), car coasters, glass cans, kids’ tumblers.

Daisies and Sunshine, ME
Gloria Read
Website:  Daisies and Sunshine, ME
CBD and Botanical Products. Hemp products.

Downeast Coastal Conservancy
Cathy Lookabaugh
Website: Downeast Coastal Conservancy
Downeast Coastal Conservancy conserves essential ecological habitats, engages the local community, and fosters an environment where wildlife and people thrive in coastal Washington County, Maine.

Downeast Rainbow Alliance
Cheyenne Robinson-Bauman
Website:  Downeast Rainbow Alliance
The Downeast Rainbow Alliance works to improve mental health outcomes for LGBTQ+ Teens in Passamaquoddy Homeland/Eastern Maine. We do this by improving Allyship community wide, as well as providing direct support to teens.

Eternal Knot
Amy Van Natter
Website: Eternal Knot
Original & Vintage Hand Embroidery, including needle art, bags, table linens, home décor, holiday decorations featuring Maine balsam, and original DIY kits.

Leah Donovan
Website:  Gift LLC
Athletic Grunge Unisex Fashion. GIFT LLC is a privately owned designer brand, creating outdoor apparel in Turner, Maine.

Hailey Hooks
Hailey Wood
Website:  Hailey Hooks
I make crochet plushies, blankets, accessories, decor and more.  Looking forward to making blueberry themed things as well.

Hurricane Mountain Stoneware
Wendy Paradis
Unique, one of a kind, functional and whimsical stoneware creations.

John Thimlar
John Thimlar
Website:  John Thimlar
Hello, I am a local Artisan born in Machias and raised in Machiasport.  I love woodturning as it is fascinating to see the uniqueness of the grain as a piece takes shape.  My photography is similar as I try to capture what I see in front of me that is unique, different, and interesting, while often times showing the beauty of creation and the beauty of what man has made and how they intersect.  Stop by and say Hi!

Knots & Blooms
Julie Burgess
Website: Knots & Blooms
I am a nature-loving artist who creates handmade macrame and resin crafts based in Downeast Maine.

Machias Historical Society
Jo Ellen Scribner
Website: Machias Historical Society
The Machias Historical Society (MHS), a non-profit organization, focuses on the history of the Machias area.  The MHS organization provides activities and events for local and visiting individuals who are interested in the rich history of Machias where the first naval battle of the Revolutionary War was fought and won by the local patriots.  Active groups within the MHS organization include the Margaretta Days Festival and the Machias Reenactors.  Annually in June, the Margaretta Days Festival provides an event to celebrate the victory of the Margaretta battle.  The Machias Reenactors’ group provides historical demonstrations and other education opportunities for people of all ages.

Mainely Crafts
Kassandra Holmes
Website: Mainely Crafts
Seaglass Art, Seaglass Jewelry, Shell decoupage ornaments and other shell trinkets, Wooden coat racks, Wooden bottle openers, Photography, Car window stickers and other things.

Paul Lilley Art of Mosaics
Paul Lilley
Website: Paul Lilley Art
Using the ancient art of mosaic, Paul creates a wide variety of artworks from pet portraits, landscapes, still life art, and recreating classic paintings using both ceramic and vitreous glass tiles.  Each tile is hand cut and placed one by one to form the detail and composition.

Rustik Maine
Julie Takacs
Website: Rustik Maine
Earth based crafts from Forest to Shore. Specializing in birch bark and craft using sustainable locally sourced plants.

Rusty Moose Creations
Tricia Santerre
Website: Rusty Moose Creations
Handmade, personalized, gifts and home décor, as well as jewelry and other keepsakes.

Shantytown Rum
Jarrod Thornton
Website: Shantytown Rum
Distilled Spirits Bottled

The Den-Downeast Nutrition
Rosie Griffith
We sell energizing teas with less than 25 calories & no sugar.

Twirling Treasures
Tammy  Kennedy Santy
Crystals, Sun Catchers, Jewelry, Flower pot gnomes, conch air plants, blueberry basket magnets.

Washington County Democrats
Lisa Marin
Washington County Democrats
Information booth on the local Washington County Democratic Party.

WildPaw Dog Leashes
Katie Enzer
Website: WildPaw Dog Leashes
Wild Paw Dog Leashes are handcrafted leashes, collars and accessories for your dog.  Made with biothane material, which is vegan like leather.  Strong and durable yet light and easy to clean.  They are waterproof and stink proof.  We also have dog toys and bandanas.  With Wild Paws be ready for adventure!

Willowberry Workshop
Meagan Benevides
Website: Willowberry Workshop
Cribbage Boards, Lake Maps, Etched Glassware, Kids toys and games, Welcome Signs, Coasters, Cutting Boards, Wooden Earrings, Laser Engraved Products.

Courthouse (County) Lot

 (Lot is full!)

A & T Beadworks
Samantha Emory
Website: A & T Beadworks
A & T Beadworks by Karah takes pride in creating jewelry that is not only beautiful but affordable as well.

Bckwds Design Co
Cody Watts
Website: Bckwds Design Co.
Bckwds Design Company designs and produces Maine-inspired apparel.  Maine has its rocky coast, mountainous inland, and unique waterways.  Bckswds’ mission is to provide apparel that includes everything Mainers and Maine visitors love about this diverse state.

Brook Merrow, Author
Brook Merrow
Website:  Brook Merrow
I am a Maine native and author of TRAPPED, a young adult mystery set in a lobstering town on the coast of Maine. In addition to offering this coming-of-age novel, I will have on hand other titles from Maine Authors Publishing, including those of Claire Ackroyd, whose new mystery, BODY IN THE BLUEBERRY BARRENS, is out this summer.

Campobello rocks
Dawn Knudson
Handmade quilts and artwork.

Community Christmas Giving Tree Program
Deb Eckart
The Community Christmas Giving Tree Program provides Christmas gifts of winter coats, winter boots, toys, clothing and books to children and adults in need in our community.  We will be raffling off a bicycle, several homemade blueberry quilts, and other items to raise money for our program during the festival.

Community Health and Counseling Services
Susan Batchelder
Website:  Community Health and Counseling
We will be promoting CHCS services (Mental Health, Home Health & Hospice) as well as recruiting new staff.

Dakota Dreams and Montana Wishes
Lisa Richardson
Website: Dakota Dreams and Montana Wishes
Crocheted hats of all sizes and various styles.  A Maine blueberry hat, lobster, moose and bear hats. Also Crocheted top kitchen towels.

Down East Community Hospital Auxiliary
Julie Hixson
Website: Down East Community Hospital
DECH Auxiliary will provide raffles and homemade desserts to raise money for nursing scholarships and Down East Community Hospital.

Down East Community Hospital/ Calais Community Hospital
First aid tent – staffed by volunteers from DECH and Calais Community Hospital medical professionals – available during the Blueberry Festival run/walk.

Down East Hospice Volunteers
Jeanne Guisinger
Website: Down East Hospice
DEHV will be conducting a fundraising event, selling tickets on a quilt and other items.  We will also be dispensing educational materials about hospice services.

Dream In Gold Jewelry
Jazmin Horne
Website: Dream in Gold Jewelry
One of a kind and small batch jewelry made from repurposed materials based out of Bangor, ME.

Girl Scouts of Maine
Caitlin O’Kendley
Website: Girl Scouts of Maine
When you’re a Girl Scout, you call the shots – Every Girl Scout has their own curiosity, dreams, and talents—so when they come together to decide which of the thousands of Girl Scout activities to try, the sky’s the limit. Whether visiting an animal shelter, camping, hosting a dance-off, or filming a movie—they’re learning to take risks, trust their gut, and team up with others for good.  The secret sauce holding it all together? Joy.  Forever friendship is a powerful thing. It’s what gives Girl Scouts the confidence to be themselves, unapologetically. It’s what makes them feel safe enough to try new things and cheer each other on in tough times. It’s the support that can get them up on tough mornings, help them raise their hand in class, and even climb to the top of a mountain.

J & K Laser
Katherine Noddin
Engraved signs, serving & cutting boards, recipe & photo books, paddles, fishing boards, key chains, driftwood, and Ink Tumblers.

Jewelry By A.H.
Ami Huff
Sterling silver and vintage flatware jewelry.  Quality jewelry at an affordable price.

JK Auto Art
Jacob Hansen
Website: JK Auto Art
JK Auto Art retails the automotive art of local artist, Jacob Hansen. We offer an ever-expanding range of original oil paintings and prints for art and auto enthusiasts.

K.I. Baby Blues
Heather Mills
Website: K.I. Baby Blues
Hand tie dyed T shirts and other cotton items.  Handmade wool interlock clothing and accessories.

Maine Bureau of Insurance
Heather Greenleaf
Website: Maine Bureau of Insurance
The Maine Bureau of Insurance is a State agency that works on behalf of Maine residents.  Mainers with questions or complaints about insurance can contact the Bureau for free assistance with many types of insurance.

Maine Climate Council
Molly Siegel
Website: Maine Climate Council
Maine Won’t Wait is Maine’s four-year climate plan packed with actionable strategies and goals to emit less carbon, produce energy from renewable sources and protect our natural resources, communities and people from the effects of climate change. The Maine Climate Council wants to hear from a wide variety of Mainers about what the state can do to help Maine communities prepare for and respond to climate change.

Maine Lobstermen’s Association
Kevin Kelley
Website:  Maine Lobstermen’s Association
The Maine Lobstermen’s Association (MLA) has played a leading role in shaping the lobster fishery for 70 years. Founded in 1954, the MLA works hard to represent its members on lobster issues. We endeavor to balance the economic realities of the industry with the conservation needs of the resource.

Martin MacRae
I Sell hats, t-shirts, sweatshirts, sunglasses, and inflatable toys for kids.

Meredith Whitney LMT
Meredith Whitney
Website:  Meredith Whitney LMT
Introducing Meredith, a seasoned licensed massage therapist with over 8 years of experience, now making her mark in the Downeast area of Maine following her relocation from Arizona. Specializing in serving athletes and veterans, Meredith is committed to improving the overall well-being of her clients. She’s thrilled to extend her expertise to the community and will be providing post-event sports massages for race participants to aid in recovery. Additionally, chair massages will be available for the general public, offering a moment of relaxation.

Paparazzi Jewelry
Christina Thomas
Paparazzi jewelry. Everything is lead and nickel free. All the necklaces come with free earrings. We offer $5 men’s jewelry and women’s jewelry. We have necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings. Also $1 kid’s earrings, bracelets and rings.

Office of MaineCare Services
Sarah Fisher
Website: Office of MaineCare Services
MaineCare is Maine’s Medicaid program and provides free or low-cost health insurance and other health benefits to Mainers who meet certain requirements, usually based on income, disability, or age. MaineCare helps to ensure that all Maine people are able to access the critical health services, both preventative and emergency, that enable them to live healthy, safe, and resilient lives.

The Polished Pixie
Jillian Guptill Knowles
Jewelry, Dream Catchers, DIY’s, Gnomes, Stickers, Trinkets, Treasures.

The River Pines
Jenessa Pritchard
Website: The River Pines
We specialize in creating unique, stylish, handmade polymer earrings. Each piece is crafted with love and attention to detail, the perfect accessory!

Washington County Community College
MacKenzie Bennett
Website: WCCC
Washington County Community College serves as an educational, community, and economic development resource for Washington County and beyond by providing educational and workforce training opportunities with individualized attention to all who desire to gain technical skills, develop career specializations, engage in self-improvement, and/or prepare for transfer.

Washington County Food Council
Vanessa Young
Washington County Food Council
The Washington County Food Council (WCFC) is a co-facilitated, action-based coalition. The group brings together a diversity of roles and skills in the food system: farmers, fisherfolk, non-profits, education, community gardeners, businesses, artisans, healthcare, and more. The current co-facilitators work at Full Plates Full Potential, UMaine Cooperative Extension (EFNEP), and Healthy Acadia.  The group aims to build capacity to monitor, evaluate, and improve the performance of our county’s food system, which we hope to evolve towards being: 1. More economically vibrant; 2. Increasing access to healthy, local foods; and 3. Environmentally sustainable and resilient for many generations to come.

Zo Pi Designs
Kirstien  Davidson
Website: Zo Pi Designs
Salty and colorful jewelry and accessories.

Food Vendors

Carver's Lobster
Lobster and more!

Freshies Wood Fired Pizza
Barbara Carney
10” Wood Fired Pizza

Lucy Q's Place
Lynne Quinn
We will be offering burgers, fries, seafood baskets, and rolls; comfort food, frozen drinks, and desserts.

McPhee Concessions
Daniel McPhee
Cotton candy, lemonade, strawberry lemonade, and blueberry lemonade.

Waffle ME
Kate Kennedy
Website: Waffle ME
Specializing in Liège-style Belgian waffles that are customizable with sauces and toppings (including blueberries).  These waffles have the sugar baked in so they are delicious on their own with no need for butter and syrup, but we have those too, if you insist!

West Branch Farms
Danyel Crabtree
Iced coffee, pastries, and more!