It’s hard to believe it, but the holidays are just around the corner. And that means that now is the time to start thinking about holiday shopping. Thankfully, GLAM Indie Craft Show is here to help. At GLAM, you’ll find cool and one-of-a-kind gifts designed and produced by local artists and crafters.
Remember, GLAM will take place on Sunday, Dec. 4 from noon to 5pm at the Villa East banquet hall on North Main Street. In the meantime, here’s a timelapse video of last year’s event to help get you in the mood.
We’re excited to announce the vendors who’ll be selling their wares at this year’s GLAM Indie Craft Show! Swing over to our Vendors page to check them out.
You may notice the list seems longer than last year’s list. That’s because it is! This year we’ve grown by 40 percent, thanks to the extra room at our new venue, Villa East. So you’ll have even more great locally made gifts to choose from.
Many of you have been asking me when you can apply to this year’s show. I’m happy to say that the application form is now live! Just click on the “Apply” tab at the top of this website, read all of the instructions, and then provide the required information. That’s all!
If you have any questions, just email Kim at glamcraftshow(at)gmail(dot)com.
It’s hard to believe, but GLAM is just over two months away. All of the notification emails have been sent out to vendors, and we’ll posting the full list of vendors here on the website soon.
We had a great group of folks apply — more than we had room for — so it’s bound to be a great show. Hope to see you there!
If you applied to be a vendor, please check your inbox for a notification email. If you can’t find it — even in your spam box — then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll let you know your status.
And thanks again to all the great artists and crafters who applied. Without you, we wouldn’t be able to pull off an event like this. Thanks!
GLAM is an annual holiday craft show that provides a venue for local artists and crafters to sell their handmade products. The event draws a broad audience including college students, young families, and baby boomers who are interested in shopping locally this holiday season.