6th ANNUAL BETHLEHEM FOOD CO-OP CRAFT FAIR & EARTH DAY FESTIVAL RETURNS ON SATURDAY, APRIL 27 WITH MORE THAN 45 VENDORS

 

BETHLEHEM – April 17, 2019 – The Bethlehem Food Co-Op will hold its 6th Annual Craft Fair and Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 27, from 11 am – 4 pm at the St. Francis Center for Renewal on Bridle Path Road in Bethlehem.

The venue will host more than 45 local artisans, food vendors, and community organizations. Crafters’ products include jewelry, needlecrafts, quilts, pottery, photography, artwork, textiles, woodwork, and more. (The complete list of vendors can be found at the end of this announcement.)

The event is free to attend (no admission fee), held rain or shine, and is open to the public. Free onsite parking is also available.

A raffle will be held featuring items donated by vendors and local businesses. Raffle tickets are 1 for $2 or 3 for $5. Children’s activities include hands-on science and crafts. The Education Tent will feature the following presentations and speakers:

 

  • 11:15 – 11:30 am – Earth Blessing Ceremony with Sea of Compassion Yoga
  • 11:30 am – 12:15 pm – Kids Yoga with Sea of Compassion Yoga
  • 12:30 – 1:15 pm – Beekeeping with Real Thing Apiary
  • 1:20 – 1:40 pm – Becoming a Member of the Bethlehem Food Co-Op
  • 1:45 – 2:30 pm – Container Gardening with Carriage House Landscape Design
  • 2:45 – 3:30 pm – Gardening for Wildlife with Bethlehem Backyards for Wildlife

More event information can be found online here: http://www.bethlehemfood.coop/6th_annual_bfc_craft_fair

Started in 2013, the Craft Fair is a fundraiser for the Co-Op. The Bethlehem Food Co-Op is owned by the community members it serves, and will support local producers and sustainable, humane, and natural food systems. Member-owners make a one-time $300 equity payment and receive an equal voice in Co-Op operations, opportunities for hands-on involvement, discount days, and access to unique educational opportunities, among other benefits. A monthly payment plan is also available to divide up the equity payment over the course of one year. The Co-Op currently has more than 600 member-owners, and the faster it gains them, the sooner it can open its grocery store to serve the community.

The Bethlehem Food Co-Op is a diverse community encouraging physical, social, and economic health by providing healthful, affordable food; emphasizing local, sustainable, humane, and natural food systems; and offering unique educational opportunities to the entire community. More information can be found at http://www.bethlehemfood.coop.

 

2019 Bethlehem Food Co-Op Craft Fair Vendors

3 Moons Studio

A-Door-Able Wreaths

Allegro Handmade Art

Alliance for Sustainable Community LV

Angela’s Creations

Artsy Allure

Bare Beauty Products

Bahereh – HeartiZen

Bethlehem Backyard for Wildlife

Brittany Natural Foods

BVD’Rangs

Castle Creek Farm

Citizens Climate Lobby

Christ Lutheran Church

Cranberry Creek Forest

Emmy Bean Jewelry

Five Dogs Art

From the Inner Mind

Growing Green Minds

Hippie Mama Soap

Honey Girl George

Kdbee Mosaics

Kelley’s Kreations

Knots to Love

Larry Deibert

LV for All

LEPOCO

Lisa’s Treasure Trove

Local Mama Catering

Macungie Mountain Herb

MarianArt

Monocacy Farm Project

Mythical Wonderland Workshop, LLC

Neverland Face Painting

Om-Made Foods

Plant A Row Lehigh Valley

Reinvented Threads

Sew Sarafina Emporium

Sierra Club Lehigh Valley Group

Simply Soy and Scent

SJ Interiors

Sleepy Cat Urban Winery

Small Wonders Studio

Sophia Henna Chakra

Sugar Mountain Macrame

Weyerbacher Brewing

W+W Hand Painted Designs

Warm Sugar

Yellow Sky Farm

Information Provided By:
Tracey Werner, Blabbermouth Communications
tracey@blabbermouthcommunications.com