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 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 List TBA)


  • Adams Greenhouse and Produce – Kenny Adams

  • Art & Crafts by Beverly Borger

  • Barr’s Soapery and Creative Works – Tracy Barr

  • Bessie Rose Handmade Gifts – Wini Hittle

  • Boyd’s Scents by Carrie Whitt

  • Burning Maple Farm by Tonya & Jason Baker

  • Cindy’s Collectibles – Cindy Bach

  • Confectionately Yours - Misty Everman

  • Countryside Gardens - Kathy LeMaster

  • Cratiques Antiques - Phil & Roberta Crawford

  • DG Coffee Roasters – Joshua Bowers

  • Flintknapping – Matt Frazee

  • Forest Hill Gardens - Emily Wirick

  • Gourdnut Shop - Carmen Howell

  • Grandpa Bob’s Gifts – Bob Burk

  • Heather B Leaves - Heather Bryslan

  • Humble Shepherds Suri Alpacas - Robin Behr

  • Julworks - Julie Cioffoletti

  • Kaleidoscope Dyes – Peggy Bowers

  • Leahs Natural Soaps - Leah Hilton

  • Maplewood Honey and Dips - Bob & Kathy Sayre

  • Mk’s Touch of Glass – Mariah North

  • Natural Curiosities – Brian Winters

  • Otter Creek Candles - Bruce Hilton

  • Peg Hoover Photography

  • Plants – Gena Hoyt

  • Pottery – Gabrielle Nappo

  • Preble Clayworks & Apiary - Amy & Judd Dillon

  • Rosebuds Ranch & Garden - Amber Lange

  • Rustic Products – Luke Poniatowski

  • Shute’s Decoy Collection- Marcia Shutt

  • Sostenuto Arts – Erin Dow

  • Stacked Glass – Karann Whittelsey

  • The Old Schoolhouse - Dawn Whitmer

  • The Potter’s Wheel - Marcia Pendley

  • Unbelievable Skin Care - Pamela Graves

  • Virgil’s Fine Soaps - Virgil Schroeder

  • Walking Tree - Steven Champ

  • Wire Wrapped Jewelry – Kim Knox

  • Woodsilks Gallery - William Bower

  • Woven Rugs by Donna Kuck


  • Adam’s Rib Barbecue

  • Bud’s Home Made Root BeeR

  • Butterflies Jr. Garden Club

  • Elks Lodge #1139

  • Greek Food – Brigitte & Jimmy

  • Knights of Columbus

  • Kona Ice

  • Lipp Smackin Good BBQ

  • Martins Lemonade

  • Maw N Paw Kettle Corn

  • McNasty’s Great Food Express

  • Merchant House

  • Nacho Pig

  • Short North Bagel Deli

  • Simply Sweet

  • The King’s Nuts and Teas


  • A.R. Winery – Arcanum

  • Winery at Versailles

  • Endless Pint Brewery - Versailles

  • Tailspin Brewery - Coldwater

  • Warped Wing Brewery - Dayton


  • Annie Oakley Ctr. Foundation

  • Boy Scout Troop 373

  • Darke County Humane Society

  • Darke County Visitors Bureau

  • DCCA

  • The Early Bird


205 North Broadway
Greenville, Ohio 45331

phone:  937-548-5250

fax: 937-548-7645

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