Vendor List

We will be updating our list as new vendors are approved. Please check back!IMG_1438

 

2017 FOOD VENDORS
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2017 SHRIMP FARMERS
(Shrimp sales start Saturday, 11am till sold out)
Don’s Prawns, Lancaster, OH – Freshwater shrimp
Dan Moreland Farms Prawns, Butler, KY – Freshwater shrimp
The Ocean’s Friend Aquaculture, Gratiot, OH – Saltwater shrimp

2017 OTHER VENDORS
Tupperware – Kitchen storage, Baking and Cooking Items
Gigi’s Gems – Gemstone jewelry & fashion jewelryIMG_5771
Saucy Sows – Mustards, Horseradish sauce, BBQ sauce & more
K/S Renewal Systems, LLC (Kitchen Saver) – 3 Day Kitchen Cabinet Renewal
Bath Fitter – Info regarding bath tub/shower remodels
The Mixing Bowl – Oils/Vinegars/Jam/Organic/Clean/Natural/Local
Younique – Natural Based Cosmetics & Skin Care
Cedar Bog Nature Preserve – Hands-on activities about wetlands
Scentsy Fragrance – Scentsy warmers, bars, packs, circles, room sprays & more
Nate’s Nectar – Natural, raw honey & other products from their hives
NAMI– Promoting awareness for mental health issues
Gutter Helmet Systems – Gutter protection, Roofing, Awnings
The Absolute Zoo – Blacksmith Items, Metal Art, Pioneer Crafts and Games & More
Thirty One Gifts – Purses, Totes, Bags, Jewelry
Morning Glory Flower Farm – Seasonal Fresh cut flowers
Crown Market – Mums, Fall decor items
SAFY of Sidney – Non-profit agency promoting foster care and adoption opportunities
Sandy Candy – Edible sand art projects
Walk Now for Autism Speaks/ Austin’s Team – Non-profit raising awareness and funds for Autism research & acceptance
Dayton VA Medical Center – Non-profit providing information on VA health care benefits & services
Usborne Books & More – Books for children of all ages
Champaign County Habitat for Humanity – non-profit brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Raffling an Ohio state table and chair set
Project Teddy Bear & Friends – non-profit redistributing stuffed animals to individuals, organizations, church groups, schools, hospitals and overseas orphanages.