Vendor Info

Each year a wide range of quality vendors fill the grounds of the Garst Museum to celebrate The Gathering at Garst! including artists, antique dealers, craftsmen, primitive folk artists, garden exhibitors and unique food purveyors as well as entertainers, living history encampment re-enactors and community non-profit organizations. This juried two day event provides each vendor and entertainer the opportunity to sell their wares, perform their art and or demonstrate their skills and knowledge to a crowd of over 10,000 visitors. ​

 

​​If you are interested in becoming a Gathering at Garst vendor, please see the appropriate section below and feel free to email any questions to katie.gabbard@garstmuseum.org or contact Katie Gabbard at 937-548-5250.

We look forward to seeing you at the The Gathering at Garst

Regular Vendor Packet

Download this vendor packet if you are an artist, antique dealer​, craftsman, folk artist or garden exhibitor interested in joining us for the Gathering at Garst.​

Food Vendor Packet

Download this vendor packet if you are a food vendor interested in joining us for the Gathering at Garst.

Living History Vendor Packet

Download this packet if you are a living history re-enactor or group interested in joining us for the Gathering at Garst this year.

Non-Profit Vendor Packet

Download this packet if you are a local non-profit organization or group interested in joining us for the Gathering at Garst this year.

2021 VENDOR LIST

Makers – Artists – Craftsmen

  • Peggy Hoover Photography

  • Morie Garcia

  • The Potter’s Wheel – Marcia Pendley

  • Julwork/Jewelry Designs – Julie Cioffoletti

  • Boettger Pottery – Mary Boettger

  • Countryside Gardens – John & Kathy LeMaster

  • Maplewood Farms – Kathy & Bob Sayre

  • Humble Shepherds Suri Alpaca’s – Robin Behr

  • Confectionately Yours – Misty Everman

  • Edgy & Educated – Kristin Paul & Brandy Sippel

  • A Personal Touch – Sandy Heitfield

  • Creations on Third – Jennifer Manix

  • Unbelievable Skin Care – Pamela Graves

  • DG Coffee Roasters – Josh Bowers & Donnette Fisher

  • Bessie Rose Handmade Gifts – Wini Hittle

  • Adams Greenhous & Produce – Kenny & Connie Adams

  • Walking Tree – Steven Champ

  • Crazy Train Creations – Emily Clark

  • Rosebud’s Ranch & Gardens – Amber Stephenson

  • Soni’s Suds Soap – Soni Fashner

  • Preble Clayworks & Apiary – Amy & Judd Dillon

  • Alaska Wooden Spoon Co. – Jenny & Garret Cox

  • Huron Publishing – Frank & Debra Huron

  • Rustic Product – Luke Poniatowski

  • Kathy Warvel

  • Matt Frazee

  • Leah’s Natural Soap & Otter Creek Candles – Buce & Leah Hilton

  • Heather B Leaves – Heather Bryslan

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Eats & Drinks

  • Lewis & Clark Trailside Tavern Hosting

    • Moeller Brew Barn Craft Beers

    • A.R. Winery – Darke County Wines

  • Garst Museum Fried Pies & Ice Cream

  • Lipp Smackin Good – Pork & Beef BBQ

  • Eats and Drinks

  • Nacho Pig – Mexican Food

  • Knights of Columbus Chicken BBQ

  • The Homestead Spud

  • The King’s Nuts & Tea

  • Stumpy’s Kettle Korn

  • Butterfly Jr. Garden Club – Drink Stand

  • Kona Ice

  • Martin’s Lemonade

  • Bud’s Rootbeer

Non-Profits

  • Annie Oakley Center Foundation

  • Bradford Railroad Museum

  • Darke County Center for the Arts

  • Darke County General Health District

  • Darke County Visitors Bureau

Anna Bier Tent – Invited Artists

  • Steve Burelison – Wood Carving Artist

  • Charles Hughes – Pottery Artist

  • Donald Mong – Watercolor Artist

  • Julie Riley – Mixed Media Artist

  • Molly Sotherden – Glass Artist

  • Jenny Clark – Acrylic Artist

  • Roxanne Grooms – Mixed Media Artist

  • Jennifer Overholser – Mixed Media Artist

  • Tony Phillips - Found Object Sculpture