We welcome and are happy to showcase the following vendors and sponsors for this our 6th Winternights Festival. We will add and update our listings periodically as we draw closer to this years event on Sunday Oct 23rd from 11:30am until 4:30pm. Sorry we are not accepting any more vendors unless you were previously contacted by us. You can email to be on a cancellation waiting list We reserve the right to decide on who will or will not be a vendor. Please send us an email at “vendors at winternightsfestival dot com” to tell us about yourself and what you would like to provide. We also limit vendors so as not to overlap and to allow returning vendors first preference to again be a vendor
Bees, Birds and Bears Apiary – an apiary is a place where bees are kept; especially : a collection of hives or colonies of bees kept for their honey. The vikings made a drink called “Mead” which was fermented from bee honey. No, that will not be available but bbbapiary will have “local” grade A+ honey and related bee products. They have a live bee cam on their website www.bbbapiary.com.
A Touch of Glass and – Diane of ATouchofGlassAnd has been doing Stained Glass for more years than she care to admit to; handcrafting everything from stained glass suncatchers, to windows, to whatever catches her fancy or someone else’s. Each sheet of glass is hand cut and inspired by the colors of springtime flowers, the crackle of an autumn fire, songs of the birds in summer, the babble of a winter brook and the whisper of the spirits in the trees. They are true works of art, great craftsmanship, and made with love.
She also carries Heat Bags filled with flaxseed and herbs for aromatherapy relief, and they smell great 🙂 Last, Diane has also been selling flags, pennants and banners which focus on honoring Northern European or Asatru traditions.
Visit her site: A Touch of Glass and
Golden Fish Art Gallery – is a gallery in Milford, PA showcasing the artwork of John Longendorfer, Edwin Longendorfer, and many others. John and Edwin tend to do the majority of their art in a Celtic or Nordic theme, with a lot of fantasy and medieval art as well.
The gallery also carries a wide variety of Nordic and Celtic jewelry which they will be bringing. Items range from Celtic knot work to neck torcs, Thor’s Hammer, and much more.
Visit Golden Fish: Golden Fish Art Gallery
Kilted Suds – is a line of handmade soaps and body products created using an old family recipe from Ireland. The brand logo is St. Brigid’s cross, and bars of soap are hand stamped with Celtic knot work. Brigid began creating soaps at a young age with her grandmother. As an Irish immigrant to America, she brought with her recipes from the Emerald Isle, one of which was her recipe for soap. Over the years, her original Irish recipe has become Kilted Suds. She has tweaked and changed little things here and there to bring to you an all natural, organic, and vegan line of products. New discoveries along the way has allowed them to expand our product lines to include things such as lotion and lip balms.
All of their soaps are hand crafted using the finest natural ingredients. Liquid soaps are made using a hot processing technique which transforms distilled water, olive oil and organic coconut oil into a liquid soap base. They then scent and dye the liquid soap using all natural ingredients and essential oils. Scents are created using a variety of fresh herbs, dried herbs, teas, oils and essential oils. Dyed soaps are dyed using natural ingredients. Their bar soaps are created using a cold processing technique with most bars being made of olive, coconut, and sunflower oils. They take great pride in the fact that only the best natural products are used in our soap production to create a product that is silky and will leave your skin feeling clean and refreshed.
Visit Kilted Suds FB: Kilted Suds on FB
Tinas Creations – Tinas Creations-Facepainting, Glitter Tattoos & more is just like what it sounds like Tina Matson Lanning will be providing face painting, glitter tattoos, and home made creations to adorn oneself with in addition to the creations on your face, arms, etc.
Reindeer Food – Don’t forget to feed those all important reindeers
Kellianna – will be a vendor as well as part of our venue at this years festival. Kellianna is an American pagan artist internationally renowned for her powerful performance of song and chant inspired by myth, magic, sacred places and ancient times.
She will be offering her CD’s including Lady Moon 2004, I Walk with the Goddess 2007, Elemental 2010, The Ancient Ones 2012, and Traditions 2013.
PLUS – Kellianna will have her new book “Tapestry of Dark and Light”, just published, which she co-authored. She’ll be available for personal book signings and may do readings from it as well.
The Old Bones – Another vendor you will not want to miss is “The Old Bones” with unique custom jewelry designs by Tina. Uniqueness is important to her incorporating glass, metal, semi-precious stones, bone, and genuine Swarovski pendants and beads.
Tina keeps her prices as low as possible so we all will have a chance to buy something we love while also being of high quality, unqiue, become a favorite piece in your jewelry box, and get compliments while your wearing it.
Big PS: Just for this festival Jewelry – – In addition to her Swarovski, Bracelets, Necklaces, and Earrings, you will not want to miss out on “Just for this Vikings Festival” designed and hand crafted pieces. You won’t find them anywhere else and not at Tina’s awesome prices.
Visit The Old Bones on FB: The Old Bones on FB
Broom Closet Treasures – Michelle sells one of a kind handcrafted pendants designed specifically for the Harvest season and for those who love the odd and unique. Her price range starts at $18. Pricing varies and depends on material, size and detail. Her creations include polymer pendant jewelry and other hand sculpted one of a kind originals..
Dragon Eyes, Viking, and Elfin related pendants will be available. New designs are in the works based on this year’s theme. Do not miss out on your collector piece (6th annual).
Knotted Bone Leatherworks – Istvan will be bringing to the festival what to some epitomizes Vikings IE – Knotted (chainmaille), Bone(drinking horn), & Leather inscribed items samples of their handcrafted individual items..
They know the importance of having the right piece to suit ones individual needs. That is why they function as a custom, by design armor and accessory shop able to make each piece made to order. If you have an idea for something unlike what’s shown Istvan and/or Dani will work with you from concept to completion to make it perfect. Skål!
Visit Knotted Bone Leatherworks on Etsy: Knotted Bone Leather on Etsy
Metals & Pieces – Melissa offers historically inspired chainmaille jewelry that “Unlocks your InnerWarrior”. Her handcrafted jewelry types include necklaces, earrings, pendants, bracelets, hair accessories and more. Her prices vary between $6 and $350.
Visit Metals & Pieces on Etsy: Metals & Pieces on Etsy
J&J Custom Crafts – Joe & Jenn crafts include bookmarks, belts, cuffs, water and key fobs, as well as braclettes, necklaces, & barrettes. Their leather goods include various colors, designs, patterns, and venues. They also have some jewelry items.
Visit J&J Custom Crafts on FB: J&J Custom Crafts on FB
Vernon Nordic House – host for the event again this year. The Nordic House is located on Route 94 in Vernon and will be offering authentic Swedish Meatballs made all natural products from local farms. Other Nordic foods will include Finnish Pulla, Danish Almond Kringle, Norwegian Sour Cream Waffles with our own local Nordic Hus wild raspberry jam, Cucumber Salad, Dragon Punch, & Coffee,
These Vendors WILL NOT be Present at Event – we Apologize for this?
Crazy-Crochet-Fashions-and-More – Mary Kate Sauve’s Crazy-Crochet-Fashions-and-More is no longer planning on participating
Adam Carini – Adam Carini. Graphic Designer and Painter also has cancelled being at this event this year