Apple Harvest Festival
The Apple Harvest Festival is a re-creation of an old-fashioned New England community fair, coupled with the presentation and sale of beautiful art and fine crafts. The festival is the largest fund-raising event of the year for the Amherst Family Center.
Below you will find PDFs containing more information about the Apple Harvest Festival.
The Apple Harvest and Crafts Festival is open to any artist or craftsperson
working in the United States. The jury is comprised of members of the Festival
committee. A limited number of non- craft exhibitors will be allowed but these
exhibits must not resemble artisan-produced work.
Commercially manufactured items, imports, and other items from commercially sold kits will not be accepted.
Food vendors must obtain a food permit.
For further information see Vendor Application.
Apple Harvest Sponsors
The Amherst Family Center thanks all Festival sponsors for their support!
Connect With Apple Harvest Artisans, Performers, and Preschools
The OFR is pleased to offer artisans, crafters, performers, and preschools that are participated in our annual 27th Apple Harvest Festival the ability to connect with the public year round. If you are looking for a unique special gift or service this may be the place for you. The following links are to the artisan website links or E-Mail according to the artisan's preference. Enjoy!
Stone and Sterling Design by Liz Blanchflower
Michael Dunn Jewelry by Michael Dunn
Storyteller Creations by Raelinda Woad
Michael Cohen Tiles by Michael Cohen
KD Hill Knitwear by Kathy Dowd-Hill
Yankee Home Improvement by Emily Nkosi
Renee Designs by Renee Wagner
Patrick Zephyr Nature Photography by Patrick Zephry
Lynn Larson Designs by Lynn Larson
Migrant Winds Prints by Connie Barbour
Beth Wallace Photography by Beth Wallace
Diana Stiles Dolls by Diana Stiles
Spurr's Corner Handcraft by Elizabeth Kostura
Alison Designs by Alison Cargil