Troy, Ohio PorchFest
Artisan Tent Village
2021 Artisan Tent Village at Troy, Ohio PorchFest
Barr's Soapery & Creative Works, LLC - Tracy Barr - I sell homemade soap, solid lotion bars, bath product and crafts all created utilizing natures bounty of beeswax, honey, dried flowers, salts and more. Learn more about Barr's Soapery & Creative Works at their FaceBook page.
Bonnie Caruso Art - I offer original acrylic art on canvas, giclee and limited edition prints (matted and/or framed), coffee mugs and greeting cards of the same artwork. The artwork features landscapes and aspen groves. I also offer abstract fluid art (pourings) and will be offering a line of hand painted/poured coasters. Learn more at Bonnie's Instagram page
The Country Workshop Artists - is an art association located in Troy, Ohio, established to represent and coordinate opportunities for shows, and personal development of established and emerging artistically talented individuals in all styles of media. We strive to support and encourage the artistic growth in its members and others who are looking to expand their inner artist. We meet at our workshop in Stouder Center, CWA Studio, (South Building Entrance) Suite 1212, 1100 Wayne St, Troy. Regular meeting is the third Monday evening of every month. Call Paula, 740-677-2396.
D'Bee Creations - Hand crafted jewelry using genuine stones, glass beads, genuine leather. Metal forged jewelry in various forms using copper, silver, silver clay, reclaimed metals, objects and jeweler's concert.
Jonda Woodworks - Wood craftsman Jon Lindsay will be bringing turned wooden bowls, goblets and vases.
Lady - L Weaving - Lorraine Reibert is a long time weaver and craftsman from Troy, Ohio! She is planning to bring her beautiful loom on-sight to demonstrate her craft. She weaves, knits and felts. Check out her booth for scarves, shawls, mug rugs (coasters), stuffed toys, ornaments and more.
Non-Profit Booth - Miami County Visitors Bureau is honoring our local non-profit organizations. Learn more about the non-profit groups throughout Miami County. At the booth, you can find brochures and literature with more information on each business.
Mixed Up Art 101 - Connie Sink - I use various materials for mixed media projects such as cards, wall art and small three dimensional birdhouse statues. Learn more about Mixed Up Art 101 at Connie's facebook page.
Premier Health - Visit the Premier Health booth for festival information and to learn more about this outstanding medical organization.
Revival Haus and Michelle's Macarons - Introduce yourself to this adorable downtown Troy storefront housed at 9 East Canal Street. To show off their stylish wares, Revival Haus will be selling selling houseplants, planters, and vintage items for the home. Michelle will be selling her magical macaron cookies. The cookies are so beautiful they are almost difficult to bite. But you will not be sorry you did. Learn more about the store front they share at Revival Haus and Michelle's Macarons. EAT MACARONS ~ BUY VINTAGE ~ SHOP LOCAL
Slow Rise Music - Paul Nelson - Hand crafted woodland flutes. The name SlowRise comes from bread… meaning slow rising bread is best. It has deeper meaning in that all things are best when they are allowed to progress in their own natural way, without rush, without being forced, following the rhythm of nature. Learn more about Paul Nelson's Flutes at: SlowRiseMusic.com
Stone Jewelry - Rick Brown - Hand crafted jewelry and wood items. This husband and wife team are making beautiful and fun creations in stone and wood. Great prices! Creative ideas!
Studio 446 - Studio 446 is a Piqua, Ohio glass blowing studio owned by glass Artist Dennis Walker. Dennis will be bringing handmade blown glass decorative pieces such as vases, paper weights, bowls, ornaments, small figurines. He uses Venetian techniques using glass cane, murrini, and color application techniques. Learn more about Studio 446 on their facebook page.
Troy Main Street - Promoting downtown Troy, Ohio businesses. Stop in this booth for maps, info and coupons from our exciting downtown storefronts. Learn more about this beautiful, historic Ohio town and all that Troy has to offer.
Troy Rec - A Place of Community - Stop by this booth for bottled water and snacks and to learn more about this more about this non-profit organization that supports our kids! Formed in 1941 located in a historic building in downtown Troy. The Rec provides a supervised fun location for local teens to come after school. Teens can meet their friends and enjoy playing pool, basketball, homework, or just hanging out.
Visit their website for all the news: TroyRec.com
Visit their website for all the news: TroyRec.com
Trades of Hope - From Tara Kolker - Fair trade, artisan-made items from 19 different countries. My selection includes jewelry, scarves, home decor, bags, photo frames, a bit of apparel, coffee... a good variety. Everything is made by our Artisans to help them to get out of poverty and trafficking. Visit TradesOfHope.com/tarakolker
We Love Birthday Parties - We spread love through the simple joy of birthday parties for children who might not otherwise be celebrated. Learn more about this non-profit organization at WeLoveBirthdayParties.org