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 We travel to events and festivals across Oklahoma meeting all kinds of wonderful people along the way. I hope you will take time to say hello when we are in your area, and let us know how you like our hand made soaps.



The OSU-OKC Farmers Market
 

At the OSU-OKC Horticulture Pavilion
400 N. Portland Ave. in Oklahoma City

As of April 1, 2017, summer market hours of 8:00 to 1:00 PM begin again
We're one of only two Oklahoma farmers' markets (used to be the only one!) that continue throughout the whole year. The standard Spring/Summer/Fall Market hours of 8:00 to 1:00 return April 1 of 2017.
Soon the weather will warm up enough for fulltime outdoor growing bringing us baskets overflowing with the bounty of the season. Meanwhile, don’t forget all the other goodies.. the cheese and yogurt, fresh buffalo and grass fed lamb, soaps, handcrafted baskets and everything else that makes the market a great weekly event. Come see us at the market. Thanks. http://www.osuokc.edu/farmersmarket/ 

Winter Farmers Market starts Saturday November 4, 2017 from 9:00 to 1:00
Not as many vendors as through the regular growing season, but still a good choice and a great reason to get up and come on down to the market. Just think, you won’t have to get up so early to get to market(that’s something we look forward to!). Then finally life stirs again, flowers blossom, birds sing and the market rebounds to it’s Spring & Summer hours in April 2018. So remember, be a localvore--or locavore, a person who seeks out locally produced food. Come support your neighborhood Farmers’ Market. Be proud to be a locavore!





Edmond.jpg (98026 bytes)We also keep busy with herb shows and festivals during the year.

Below are a few dates of festivals we will be attending. Hope to see you there.

 2017 Event Schedule


 49th Annual Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival!!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 19-20-21, 2017
8:00AM to 5:00PM each day in Bella Vista, Arkansas

This year marks the 49th annual Bella Vista Arts & Craft Festival, one of the largest festivals in Arkansas. It’s one of the older shows in the northwest Arkansas area and kicks off the whole War Eagle show cycle. In fact, some shows in the area have cut back or even shut down the past few years. But Bella Vista is still going strong with a huge waiting list to get in. For us, it’ll be our nineth year at Bella Vista and we are really looking forward to it. It's a three day show that starts a long weekend, but closes on Saturday rather than Sunday. It’s located on Hwy.279 and Hwy.340 in Bella Vista. The festival website has all the info you’ll need... www.bellavistafestival.org

 


Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 2, 2017 8am to 3pm
Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.

One of the finest Christmas shows of the season. Featuring everything herbal, from vinegars, teas, spices and seasonings to live herbs, soaps, candles, planters and trellises. Located in the nearly 100 year old Italian Renaissance villa in beautiful Woodward Park this is a show for anyone looking for the spirit of Christmas. The Herb Society’s Snowflake Café serves a wonderful herbal luncheon from 11:00 to 2:00 and the Garden Center’s superb location are all part of the success. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar.
For more information visit the Tulsa Herb Society Facebook page




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Past Events

Brookside Herb Festival
Saturday, April 8, 2017, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
41st & S. Peoria in the Brookside suburb of Tulsa

This is probably the most friendly and relaxed show we do all season, which is a great way to start. With it being one of the earliest herb shows of the year in the Tulsa area, it also becomes a great opportunity to renew old gardening friendships with neighbors and growers. The herb fest is in the parking lot of the old Food Pyramid grocery store—now Reasor’s, just around the corner from Whole Foods. Traditionally, it’s always been in the northeast corner of the intersection. However, this year look for us more on Peoria towards the northwest end of the lot. As usual there will be several wineries featured and even mead tasting at one of the vineyards displaying at the herb fest. Maybe channel 2 news will be there again this year for an interview…hey, free publicity! So come on out and get a head start on your herb garden.

28th Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 9:00AM to 4:00PMSaturday, April 22, 2017, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Mainn

Iyouyou live in Oklahoma (or nearby), Sand Springs in April is the one & only herb show. It’s time for the largest one-day herb show(at least 25,000 people show up when the weather’s good!) in this part of the country. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. Many of our Farmers Market customers from OKC make the drive up, it’s a great one day road trip. With the half-dozen or so herb shows in the Oklahoma springtime, if you only go to one Herb Show, this is the one not to miss.
www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

44th Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Saturday, May 6, 2017, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Sunday, May 7, 2017, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Andrews Park in Norman, OK, north of the Post Office
This is a great weekend show if the weather cooperates, which always seems to be questionable. With it being a neighborhood show in the park, we see a lot of people come by the first day then show up again Sunday to really look and shop. It’s an art-full festival of many skills & talents with original jewelry to painting, bird houses to bead creation and wood sculpture to soap making. Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, it’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park. Free admission and parking.
https://www.assistanceleague.org/norman/events-2/mayfair-arts-festival5k/

40th Annual Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 27 to 29th, 2017, 10:00AM to 6:00PM,
Music until 11:00 on Saturday & Sunday
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City

We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art…fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the oddities, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street at our usual spot right next to Sparks Winery…(love the winearitas). You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. Last year’s weather was not as wet as 2015, so here’s hoping for even more sunshine…no doubt that the weather will be perfect this year…so don’t miss it.
http://thepaseo.org/calendar/2017-paseo-arts-festival/

 

 

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 3, 2016, 8am to 3pm
Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.

One of the finest Christmas shows of the season. Featuring everything herbal, from vinegars, teas, spices and seasonings to live herbs, soaps, candles, planters and trellises. Located in the nearly 100 year old Italian Renaissance villa in beautiful Woodward Park this is a show for anyone looking for the spirit of Christmas. The Herb Society’s Snowflake Café serves a wonderful herbal luncheon from 11:00 to 2:00 and the Garden Center’s superb location are all part of the success. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar.

For more information visit the Tulsa Herb Society Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tulsa-Herb-Society/256150331223479

 

40th Annual Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 28 to 30th, 2016, 10:00AM to 5:00PM,
Music until 11:00 on Saturday & Sunday
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City


We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art…fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the oddities, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street at our usual spot right next to Sparks Winery…(love the winearitas). You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. Last year’s weather was extremely wet, so here’s hoping for more sunshine…no doubt that the weather will be perfect this year…so don’t miss it.
http://www.thepaseo.com/calendar/paseo-arts-festival

 

43st Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Saturday, April 30, 2016, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday, May 1, 2016, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Andrews Park in Norman, OK. Just north of the Post Office

This is a great weekend show if the weather cooperates, which always seems to be questionable. With it being a neighborhood show in the park, we see a lot of people come by the first day then show up again Sunday to really look and shop. It’s an art-full festival of many skills & talents with original jewelry to painting, bird houses to bead creation and wood sculpture to soap making. Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, it’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park. Free admission and parking.
https://www.assistanceleague.org/norman/events-2/mayfair-arts-festival5k/



The 27th Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 16, 2016, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Main

If you live in Oklahoma (or nearby), Sand Springs in April is the one & only herb show. It’s time for the largest one-day herb show(at least 25,000 people show up when the weather’s good!) in this part of the country. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. Many of our Farmers Market customers from OKC make the drive up, it’s a great one day road trip. With the half-dozen or so herb shows in the Oklahoma springtime, if you only go to one Herb Show, this is the one not to miss.
www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

2015 Events

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 5, 2015 8am to 3pm
Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.

One of the finest Christmas shows of the season. Featuring everything herbal, from vinegars, teas, spices and seasonings to live herbs, soaps, candles, planters and trellises. Located in the nearly 100 year old Italian Renaissance villa in beautiful Woodward Park this is a show for anyone looking for the spirit of Christmas. The Herb Society’s Snowflake Café serves a wonderful herbal luncheon from 11:00 to 2:00 and the Garden Center’s superb location are all part of the success. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar.
For more information visit the Tulsa Herb Society Facebook page

47th Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival!!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 15-16-17, 2015
8:00AM to 5:00PM each day in Bella Vista, Arkansas

This year marks the 47th annual Bella Vista Arts & Craft Festival, one of the largest festivals in Arkansas. It’s one of the older shows in the northwest Arkansas area and kicks off the whole War Eagle show cycle. In fact, some shows in the area are cutting back or even shutting down this year. But Bella Vista is still going strong with a huge waiting list to get in. For us, it’ll be our seventh year at Bella Vista and we are really looking forward to it. It's a three day show that starts a long weekend, but closes on Saturday rather than Sunday. It’s located on Hwy.279 and Hwy.340 in Bella Vista. The festival website has all the info you’ll need... www.bellavistafestival.org

39th Annual Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 23, 24, and 25, 2015, 10:00AM to 5:00PM
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City

We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art…fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the oddities, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street at our usual spot right next to Sparks Winery…(love the winearitas). You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. Last year’s weather was great, so let’s go for two in a row and have no doubt that the weather will be perfect this year…so don’t miss it.
www.thepaseo.com/events/festival/paseofestival_2014.html

41st Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Saturday, May 2, 2015, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Sunday, May 3, 2015, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Andrews Park in Norman, OK. Just north of the Post Office

This is a great weekend show if the weather cooperates, which always seems to be questionable. With it being a neighborhood show in the park, we see a lot of people come by the first day then show up again Sunday to really look and shop. It’s an art-full festival of many skills & talents with original jewelry to painting, bird houses to bead creation and wood sculpture to soap making. Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, it’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park.
http://assistanceleaguenorman.org/philantropic-programs/may-fair-arts-festival/

The 26th Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 18, 2015, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Main

If you live in Oklahoma (or nearby), Sand Springs in April is the one & only herb show. It’s time for the largest one-day herb show(at least 25,000 people show up when the weather’s good!) in this part of the country. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. Many of our Farmers Market customers from OKC make the drive up, it’s a great one day road trip. With the half-dozen or so herb shows in the Oklahoma springtime, if you only go to one Herb Show, this is the one not to miss.
www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

Brookside Herb Festival
Saturday, April 11, 2015, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
41st & S. Peoria in the Brookside suburb of Tulsa

This is probably the most friendly and relaxed show we do all season, which is a great way to start. With it being one of the earliest herb shows of the year in the Tulsa area, it also becomes a great opportunity to renew old gardening friendships with neighbors and growers. The herb fest is on the northeast corner of the intersection in the parking lot of the old Food Pyramid grocery store, just a few parking spaces from Whole Foods…a definite plus. As usual there will be several wineries featured and even mead tasting at one of the vineyards displaying at the herb fest. Maybe channel 2 news will be there again this year for an interview…hey, free publicity! So come on out and get a head start on your herb garden.


2014 Events

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 6, 2014 8am to 3pm
Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.


One of the finest Christmas shows of the season. Featuring everything herbal, from vinegars, teas, spices and seasonings to live herbs, soaps, candles, planters and trellises. Located in the nearly 100 year old Italian Renaissance villa in beautiful Woodward Park this is a show for anyone looking for the spirit of Christmas. The Herb Society’s Snowflake Café serves a wonderful herbal luncheon from 11:00 to 2:00 and the Garden Center’s superb location are all part of the success. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar.
For more information visit the Tulsa Herb Society Facebook page.

46th Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival!!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 16-17-18, 2014
8:00AM to 5:00PM each day in Bella Vista, Arkansas

This year marks the 46th annual Bella Vista Arts & Craft Festival, one of the largest festivals in Arkansas. It’s one of the older shows in the northwest Arkansas area and kicks off the whole War Eagle show cycle. In fact, some shows in the area are cutting back or even shutting down this year. But Bella Vista is still going strong with a huge waiting list to get in. For us, it’ll be our fifth year at Bella Vista and we are really looking forward to it. It's a three day show that starts a long weekend, but closes on Saturday rather than Sunday. It’s located on Hwy.279 and Hwy.340 in Bella Vista. The festival website has all the info you’ll need... www.bellavistafestival.org 

36th Annual Arts Festival
Labor Day Weekend, August 30th - Septhember 1st 2014
Saturday & Sunday 11-9pm Monday 11-4pm
Oklahoma City Community College 777 S. May Ave OKC

This is one of the top arts festivals in the Southwest. It’s a juried show with many great examples of original fine arts like photography, sculpture, painting, pottery…and of course, don’t forget Soapmaking! For ten years we were under the big tent, then outside in our own 10x10 tent for a couple, then back under the bigtop last year. It turned out to be a great spot right in the center with the two landscaping breaks on either side of us. A great space to catch a breeze in an otherwise stuffy tent. Hopefully we'll be there again...at least that's the goal. It should be a wonderfil time for all.
Check it out at www.occc.edu/afo

38th Annual Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 24, 25, and 26, 2014
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City

We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art…fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the oddities, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street at our usual spot right next to Sparks Winery…(love the winearitas). You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. The weather should cooperate this year so don’t miss it.
www.thepaseo.com/events/festival/paseofestival_2014.html

41st Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Saturday, May 3, 2014, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Sunday, May 4, 2014, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Andrews Park in Norman, OK. Just north of the Post Office

This is a great weekend show if the weather cooperates, which always seems to be questionable. With it being a neighborhood show in the park, we see a lot of people come by the first day then show up again Sunday to really look and shop. It’s an art-full festival of many skills & talents with original jewelry to painting, bird houses to bead creation and wood sculpture to soap making. Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, it’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park.
http://assistanceleaguenorman.org/philantropic-programs/may-fair-arts-festival/

The 25th Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 26, 2014, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Main

If you live in Oklahoma (or nearby) Sand Springs in April is the definitive herb show. It’s time for the largest one-day herb show in this part of the country. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. Many of our Farmers Market customers from OKC make the drive up, it’s a great one day road trip. With the half-dozen or so herb shows in the Oklahoma springtime, if you only go to one Herb Show, this is the one not to miss.
www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

Brookside Herb Festival
Saturday, April 12, 2014, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
41st & S. Peoria in the Brookside suburb of Tulsa

This is probably the most friendly and relaxed show we do all season, which is a great way to start. With it being one of the earliest herb shows of the year in the Tulsa area, it also becomes a great opportunity to renew old gardening friendships with neighbors and growers. The herb fest is on the northeast corner of the intersection in the parking lot of the Reasor’s grocery store, just a few parking spaces from Whole Foods…a definite plus. As usual there will be several wineries featured and even mead tasting at one of the vineyards displaying at the herb fest. Last year we even got interviewed and made the Channel 2 morning news…wow, famous! So come on out and get a head start on your herb garden.


2013 Events

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 7, 2013 8am to 3pm
Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.


One of the finest Christmas shows of the season. Featuring everything herbal, from vinegars, teas, spices and seasonings to live herbs, soaps, candles, planters and trellises. Located in the nearly 100 year old Italian Renaissance villa in beautiful Woodward Park this is a show for anyone looking for the spirit of Christmas. The Herb Society’s Snowflake Café serves a wonderful herbal luncheon from 11:00 to 2:00 and the Garden Center’s superb location are all part of the success. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar.
http://www.tulsaherb.com/carols__crumpets.htm 

45th Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival!!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 17-18-19, 2013Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 17-18-19, 2013
8:00AM to 5:00PM each day in Bella Vista, Arkansas

This year marks the 45th annual Bella Vista Arts & Craft Festival, one of the largest festivals in Arkansas. It’s one of the older shows in the northwest Arkansas area and kicks off the whole War Eagle show cycle. In fact, some shows in the area are cutting back or even shutting down this year. But Bella Vista is still going strong with a huge waiting list to get in. For us, it’ll be our fourth year at Bella Vista and we are really looking forward to it. It's a three day show that starts a long weekend, but closes on Saturday rather than Sunday. It’s located on Hwy.279 and Hwy.340 in Bella Vista. The festival website has all the info you’ll need... www.bellavistafestival.orgg

35th Annual Arts Festival Oklahoma
Labor Day Weekend, Aug. 31 thru Sept.2, 2013
Saturday/Sunday 10:00-9:00, Monday 10:00-5:00
Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S. May Ave, OKC


This is one of the top arts festivals in the Southwest. It’s a juried show with many great examples of original fine arts like photography, sculpture, painting, pottery…and of course, don’t forget Soapmaking! After doing the show for ten years, we stepped back for a couple, and now, for the last two years we’ve had our own space out front. We have a single 10x10 pop-up tent on the south side between the food booths and the main tents. It’s turned out to be a fantastic location so we plan to be in the same spot again this year. It should be a wonderful time for all. Check it out at
www.occc.edu/afo/

First Annual Central Oklahoma Lavender Festival
Country Cottage Primitives Lavender Farm, Saturday, June 1, 2013
9:00 to 5:00, West of Shawnee at 17206 Walker Road, Shawnee, Ok.

This is the first for the Shawnee Lavender Farm. If you at all enjoy lavender, or if you’re just curious about a real lavender farm (in Oklahoma?!) you owe it to yourself to check this out. For us, it’s one of those great no-pressure sort of shows that is really a joy for us to do. It is truly a beautiful place and we’re looking forward to it. Please be sure to check out their web site for all the info and directions to Country Cottage. See ya there.
www.countrycottagelavender.com/index.htm

37th Annual Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 25, 26, and 27, 2013
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City

We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art…fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the oddities, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street at our usual spot right next to Sparks Winery…(love the winearitas). You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. The weather should cooperate this year so don’t miss it.
www.thepaseo.com/events/festival/paseofestival_2013.html

40th Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Saturday, May 4, 2013, 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Sunday, May 5, 2013, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Andrews Park in Norman, OK. Just north of the Post Office

Last year it was only one day, now we’re expanding to the whole weekend. So like in previous years, if you like what you see the first time around, there’s still Sunday to come back and shop. It’s an art-full festival of many skills & talents with original jewelry to painting, bird houses to bead creation and wood sculpture to soap making. Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, it’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park.
www.norman.assistanceleague.org/ps.mayfairartsfestivalandartandsolerun.cfm?ID=3116

The 24th Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 20, 2013, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Main

If you live in Oklahoma (or nearby) Sand Springs in April is the definitive herb show. It’s time for the largest one-day herb show in this part of the country. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. Many of our Farmers Market customers from OKC make the drive up, it’s a great one day road trip. With the half-dozen or so herb shows in the Oklahoma springtime, if you only go to one Herb Show, this is the one not to miss.
www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

Brookside Herb Festival
Saturday, April 13, 2013, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
41st & S. Peoria in the Brookside suburb of Tulsa

This is probably the most friendly and relaxed show we do all season, which is a great way to start. With it being one of the earliest herb shows of the year in the Tulsa area, it also becomes a great opportunity to renew old gardening friendships with neighbors and growers. The herb fest is on the northeast corner of the intersection in the parking lot of the Food Pyramid grocery store, just a few parking spaces from Whole Foods…a definite plus. Once again this year there will be several wineries featured and even mead tasting at one of the vineyards displaying at the herb fest. Come on out and get a head start on your herb garden.


Events 2012

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 1, 2012 8am to 3pm
Tula Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.

One of the finest Christmas shows of the season. Featuring everything herbal, from vinegars, teas, spices and seasonings to live herbs, soaps, candles, planters and trellises. Located in the nearly 100 year old Italian Renaissance villa in beautiful Woodward Park this is a show for anyone looking for the spirit of Christmas. The Herb Society’s Snowflake Café serves a wonderful herbal luncheon from 11:00 to 2:00 and the Garden Center’s superb location are all part of the success. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar.
http://www.tulsaherb.com/carols__crumpets.htm

44nd Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 18-19-20, 2012
8:00AM to 5:00PM each day in Bella Vista, Arkansas

This year marks the 44nd annual Bella Vista Arts & Craft Festival, one of the largest festivals in Arkansas. It’s one of the older shows in the northwest Arkansas area and kicks off the whole War Eagle show cycle. In fact, some shows in the area are cutting back or even shutting down this year. But Bella Vista is still going strong with a huge waiting list to get in. For us, it’ll be our third year at Bella Vista and we are really looking forward to it. It's a three day show that starts a long weekend, but closes on Saturday rather than Sunday. It’s located on Hwy.279 and Hwy.340 in Bella Vista. The festival website has all the info you’ll need... www.bellavistafestival.org  

34rd Annual Arts Festival Oklahoma
Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 1 thru Sept.3, 2012
Saturday/Sunday 10:00-9:00, Monday 10:00-5:00

This is one of the top arts festivals in the Southwest. It’s a juried show with many great examples of original fine arts like photography, sculpture, painting, pottery…and of course, don’t forget Soapmaking! After doing the show for ten years, we stepped back for a couple, and now, like last year we have our own space out front. We have a single 10x10 pop-up tent on the south side between the food booths and the main tents. Last year it turned out to be a fantastic location so we managed to land the same spot again this year. It should be a wonderful time for all. Check it out at http://www.occc.edu/AFO/art.html

36th Annual Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 26, 27, and 28, 2012
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City

We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art--fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the oddities, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street near our usual spot. You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. Don’t miss it.
www.thepaseo.com/events/festival/paseofestival_2012.html

38th Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Saturday, May 5, 2012, 8:00 AM to 7:008 PM
Andrews Park in Norman, OK. Just north of the Post Office

For 2012 the May Fair Arts Festival is going back to its original format—a one day event rather than the whole three day weekend. So don’t plan on coming back the next day…if you like what you see, this is the day! It’s still an art-full festival of many skills & talents with original jewelry to painting, bird houses to bead creation and wood sculpture to soap making. Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, it’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park. www.norman.assistanceleague.org/ps.projects.cfm?ID=1620

 

The 23rd Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 21, 2012, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Main

This is the big one, the largest and finest herb show in the region. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. Many of our Farmers Market customers from OKC make the drive up, it’s a great one day road trip. With the half-dozen or so herb shows in the Oklahoma springtime, if you only go to one Herb Show, this is the one not to miss.
www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

 

Brookside Herb Festival
Saturday, April 14, 2012, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
41st & S. Peoria in the Brookside suburb of Tulsa

The herb fest is on the northeast corner of the intersection in the parking lot of the Food Pyramid grocery store, just a few parking spaces from Whole Foods…a definite plus. With it being one of the earliest herb shows of the season in the Tulsa area, it also becomes a great opportunity to renew old gardening friendships with neighbors and growers. This year you can also enjoy wine and mead tasting at one of the vineyards displaying at the herb fest. Come on out and get a head start on your herb garden.

 


Events 2011

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 3, 2011 8am to 3pm
Tula Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.

It’s hard to top this one….probably the best one day show of the year. Featuring everything herbal, sponsored by the Tulsa Herb Society with vendors from a four state area. The Herb Society’s Snowflake Café serves a wonderful herbal luncheon from 11:00 to 2:00 and the Garden Center’s superb location are all part of the success. In addition, wandering carolers dressed in Victorian garb add to the festive flavor. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar. www.tulsaherb.com/carols__crumpets.htm

43nd Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 13-14-15, 2011
In Bella Vista, Arkansas

This year marks the 43nd annual Bella Vista Arts & Craft Festival, one of the largest festivals in Arkansas. It’s one of the older shows in the northwest Arkansas area and kicks off the whole War Eagle show cycle. This will be our second year at Bella Vista and we are really looking forward to it. It's a three day show that starts a long weekend, but closes on Saturday rather than Sunday. It’s located on Hwy.279 and Hwy.340 in Bella Vista. The festival website has all the info you’ll need... www.bellavistafestival.org

33rd Annual Arts Festival Oklahoma
Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 3 thru Sept.5, 2011
Saturday/Sunday 10:00-9:00, Monday 10:00-5:00


This is one of the top arts festivals in the southwest. It’s a juried show with many great examples of original fine arts like photography, sculpture, painting, pottery…and of course, don’t forget Soapmaking! After missing this show for two years, we’re back again for another great Labor Day event. This time come see us in our own 10x10 space on the south side between the food booths and the main tents. It should be a wonderful time for all. Check it all out at http://www.occc.edu/AFO/art.html

 2011 Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 28, 29, and 30, 2011
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City

We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art--fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the oddities, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street near where we were last year. You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. Don’t miss it.
http://www.thepaseo.com/events/festival/paseofestival_call.html

4th Annual Herb Fest at Crestview Farms
Sunday, May 15, 2011 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
5521 North Douglas Blvd, Arcadia, Ok.

A nice family event that’s been getting a little more notice each year. Located just northeast of Edmond, Ok. on a picturesque family farm.
Currently more than twenty vendors with food and entertainment, so not a huge show, but very comfortable and laid back. An easy
way to spend a Sunday afternoon. It’s 3 miles east of I-35 and 5 miles north of Route 66.  www.crestvieworganicfarms.net

37th Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Friday, April 29, 2011 thru Sunday, May 1, 2011
Friday/Saturday 10 AM to 8 PM, Sunday 11 AM to 5 PM
Andrews Park in Norman, OK. Just north of the Post Office


Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, this thirty-seven year old festival is three days of artful interest, from wood sculpture and bird houses to bead creation and soap making. Artists from all over the Midwest show up at this festival. It’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park.
http://www.norman.assistanceleague.org/ps.projects.cfm?ID=1620

The 22th Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 16, 2011, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Main


This is the big one, the largest and finest herb show in the region. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. Many of our Farmers Market customers from OKC make the drive up, it’s a great one day road trip. With the half-dozen or so herb shows in the Oklahoma springtime, if you only go to one Herb Show, this is the one not to miss. http://www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

SpringFest Garden Market and Festival
Friday & Saturday, April 8 and 9, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
2435 S. Peoria at the Tulsa Garden Center


This annual event is one of the Garden Centers main fund raisers, but it’s also a great benefit to all the gardeners and plant lovers alike. It’s one of your first chances to dip your trowel into the new spring growing and planting season. Vendors are located both inside and outside the mansion on the front lawn. Pretty much every type of plant, garden art, info and countless related items can be found here. It’s a great way to start the season. http://www.tulsagardencenter.com/htdocs/sgmart/springfest.htm


Brookside Herb Festival
Saturday, April 9, 2011, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
41st & S.Peoria in the Brookside suburb of Tulsa


The show is on the northeast corner of the intersection in the parking lot of the former Albertson’s, just a few parking spaces from Whole Foods…a definite plus. With it being one of the earliest herb shows of the season in the Tulsa area, it also becomes a great opportunity to renew old gardening friendships with neighbors and growers. Last year’s show weather could not have been better, so naturally this year will be just as great(with luck)! Come on out and get a head start on your herb garden.



Events 2010

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 4, 2010 8am to 3pm
Tula Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.

It’s hard to top this one….probably the best one day show of the year. Featuring everything herbal, sponsored by the Tulsa Herb Society with vendors from a four state area. The Herb Society’s Snowflake Café serves a wonderful herbal luncheon from 11:00 to 2:00 and the Garden Center’s superb location are all part of the success. In addition, wandering carolers dressed in Victorian garb add to the festive flavor. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar. http://www.tulsaherb.com/carols__crumpets.htm

42nd Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 14-15-16, 2010
In Bella Vista, Arkansas

This year marks the 42nd annual Bella Vista Arts & Craft Festival, one of the largest festivals in Arkansas. I’m told that it’s looking bigger & better than ever. This will mark our first year at Bella Vista and we are really looking forward to it. It's a three day show that starts a long weekend, but closes on Saturday rather than Sunday. It’s located on Hwy.279 and Hwy.340 in Bella Vista. The festival website has all the info you’ll need... http://www.bellavistafestival.org

33st Annual Midsummer Nights’ Fair
Friday & Saturday, July 9/10, 6:00PM to 11:00PM
Firehouse Art Center/Lions Park, Norman Oklahoma

Lions Park is a former baseball field with only the lights left. So after the sun gets behind the tall western pines, the crowds start to come out; by 8:00 pm it's a full house. A hot July day is bearable after sunset. It's an unusual show with all kinds of interesting art. A great way to spend a summer evening. www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.12045/type.event

6th Annual Lavender Valley Acres Festival
Saturday, June 26, 2010
5 miles west of Apache, Oklahoma

It may be a small lavender show in the middle of the wheat fields, but you sure wouldn’t know it. I guess this little festival doesn’t realize it shouldn’t be so popular being in southwest Oklahoma near Lawton. But hey, come on out and be surprised…again! Of course, it draws a lot of people from the Lawton area..not too many lavender doings around there, I guess! Last year some people made a nice day of it coming down from OKC. Music and food, vendors and plants--lavender, naturally. Lavender in Oklahoma...not as surprising as you might think. Come on out and give it a try. www.lavendervalleyacres.com

2010 Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 29, 30, 31
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City

We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art--fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the oddities, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street near where we were last year. Our booth space is a little west of where we’ve usually been, but you’ll find a lot more vendors and food concessions in our area. You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. Don’t miss it. www.thepaseo.com/events/festival/paseofestival_call.html

36th Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Friday, April 30, 2010 thru Sunday, May 2, 2010
Friday/Saturday 10 AM to 8 PM, Sunday 11 AM to 5 PM
Andrews Park in Norman, Ok. Just north of the Post Office


Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, this thirty-six year old festival is three days of artful interest, from wood sculpture and bird houses to bead creation and soap making. Artists from all over the Midwest show up at this festival. It’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park.
www.norman.assistanceleague.org/ps.aboutus.cfm?ID=1608

The 21th Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 17, 2010, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Main


This is the big one, the largest and finest herb show in the region. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. If you only go to one Herb Show, this is it. www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

Brookside Herb Festival
Saturday, April 10, 2010, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
41st & Peoria in the Brookside suburb of Tulsa


The show is on the northeast corner of the intersection in the parking lot of the former Albertson’s, just a few parking spaces from Whole Foods…a definite plus. It’s the first herb show of the season in the Tulsa area. Last year’s show weather could not have been better, so naturally this year will be just as great(with luck)! Come on out and get a head start on your herb garden.


Events 2009

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 5, 2009 8am to 3pm
Tula Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.

One of the best one day shows of the year. Featuring everything herbal, sponsored by the Tulsa Herb Society with vendors from a four state area. Wandering carolers dressed in Victorian garb, the Snowflake Cafe and the superb location are all part of the success. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar. http://www.tulsaherb.com/carols__crumpets.htm

An Affair of the Heart
October 23rd, 24th and 25th
Friday, & Saturday 9:00AM-6:00PM
Sunday, 11:00 to 5:00 PM
State Fair Grounds, Oklahoma City


This is one of the largest shows of its kind in the nation, with artists and craftsmen from across the United States. It fills seven buildings with 750 booths. We’ll be located in the Oklahoma Expo Hall. That’s the building immediately west of the Space Tower. Just walk in the front door and half-way up the right center isle to corner booth 174. This is the big show—not to be missed. http://www.anaffairoftheheart.com/

31st Annual Brush Creek Bazaar, October 1-4, 2009
Thursday, 5-9PM, Friday & Saturday 9am-6pm,Sunday 9am-5pm
10900 South Louisville Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma

A wonderful time for the whole family in the park setting with the 1926 French Normandy historic log barn with ponds and fountains. This is one of Tulsa’s premier events with arts and entertainment for every taste. This is a unique show, very different from our spring events in Tulsa. If you’ve never been, you’re in for a delightful surprise. Come see us. http://www.brushcreekbazaar.org/

37th Annual Whimmydiddle Arts & Crafts Festival
Saturday, September 26, 2009 9:00 to 4:00
City Park, Main Street, Scott City, Kansas

Our apologies to our customers in the Scott City Area, but circumstances have forced is to bow out of Whimmydiddle this year. Hopefully, next year will work out better for us. As a result, if any of our friends & customers in western Kansas would like to place an order on the website before October 15 we’ll add an extra bar or two to their order at no charge.… that’s easier than trying to figure the website to give a 10 or 15% discount! Thanks again.

An interesting show in the farming country of western Kansas thirty miles from the Colorado border. Fine arts and crafts represented by over 300 exhibitors from 11 states. http://www.scottcity.net/info/welcome.html

58th annual Prairie Grove Clothesline Fair!
LABOR DAY WEEKEND 2009, Sept 5, 6, 7 2009
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday
Prairie Grove, Arkansas

This phenomenal Labor Day show is held at Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park just ten miles west of Fayetteville, Ark. Prairie Grove is recognized nationally as one of America's most intact Civil War battlefields--- http://www.arkansasstateparks.com/prairiegrovebattlefield That alone is enough reason to come on out! But then every Labor Day weekend the Arts Center of the Ozarks sponsors the Clothesline Fair, the beginning of the northwest Arkansas fall festival season. This event brings together over 200 exhibitors from across the country with more than 50,000 visitors from around the region. This is a great show not to be missed. http://www.artscenteroftheozarks.org/clotheslinefair.html

Festival in the Park, Will Rogers Garden Center
Saturday, June 13, 2009, 10:00AM to 4:00PM
3400 NW 36th Street, OKC

A fun time in the park courtesy of the Oklahoma City Council of Garden Club’s annual “Festival in the Park.” Probably one of the last plant sales around. The park and Garden Center are a frequent destination for many people. Come on out and enjoy the hospitality of the garden clubs and pick up some additions for your garden.
http://www.okc.gov/Parks/will_rogers/calendar.html
http://www.okhort.org/ohs-calendar-mainframe3.html

5th Annual Lavender Valley Acres Festival
Saturday, June 6, 2009
5 miles west of Apache, Oklahoma

It may be a small lavender show in the middle of the wheat fields, but you sure wouldn’t know it. I guess this little festival doesn’t realize it shouldn’t be so popular being in southwest Oklahoma near Lawton. But hey, come out and be surprised…again! Last year some people made a nice day of it coming down from OKC. Music and food, vendors and plants--lavender, naturally. Lavender in Oklahoma...not as surprising as you might think. http://www.lavendervalleyacres.com

2009 Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 23, 24, 25
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City

We have people tell us that they like the Paseo Festival better than the big April Arts show downtown. I’ve heard it said that it has a friendlier more common-man sort of atmosphere. Well, whatever the reason, it’s a huge crowd pleaser. Come on down for the art-fine or otherwise, dance to the music, admire the jewelry, and just have a great time. We’ll be located down at the south end of the street where we were last year. You have three days, three chances to enjoy the Festival. Don’t miss it. http://www.thepaseo.com/events/paseofestival.html

35th Annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
Friday, May 1, 2009 thru Sunday, May 3, 2009
Friday/Saturday 10 AM to 8 PM, Sunday 11 AM to 5 PM
Andrews Park in Norman, Ok. Just north of the Post Office


Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, this thirty year old festival is three days of artful interest, from wood sculpture and bird houses to bead making and soap making. Artists from all over the Midwest show up at this festival. It’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park.
www.norman.assistanceleague.org/ps.aboutus.cfm?ID=1608

13th Annual Jenks Herb N’ Plant Festival
Saturday, April 25, 2009, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Jenks


Here’s the third week in a row to get your garden growing by visiting Jenks on the south side of Tulsa. Herbs, plants and more from over 50 vendors. This year the show takes over Main Street, so you can’t say you couldn’t find it. If you’ve been thinking about checking out the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks or their recently improved & restored river walk, here’s a great reason to head to Jenks, Oklahoma. www.jenksgardenclub.com/HerbandPlantFestival/tabid/940/Default.aspx

The 20th Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair
Saturday, April 18, 2009, 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Downtown Sand Springs @Broadway and Main

This is the big one, the largest and finest herb show in the region. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. If you only go to one Herb Show, this is it. www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

Brookside Herb Festival
Saturday, April 11, 2009, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
41st & Peoria in the Brookside suburb of Tuls
a

The show is on the northeast corner of the intersection in the parking lot of the former Albertson’s, just a few parking spaces from Whole Foods…a definite plus. It’s the first herb show of the season in the Tulsa area. Last year’s show weather was a return to winter, but not this time! Come on out and get a head start on your herb garden.


Events 2008

Carols and Crumpets, an Herbal Craft Fair
Saturday, December 6, 8am to 3pm

Tula Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria, Tulsa, Ok.

One of the best one day shows of the year. Featuring everything herbal, sponsored by the Tulsa Herb Society with vendors from a four state area. Wandering carolers dressed in Victorian garb, the Snowflake Cafe and the superb location are all part of the success. Come on out and enjoy some time of unrivaled shopping & enjoyment. Truly a day to write on your calendar. http://www.tulsaherb.com/carols__crumpets.htm

Subiaco Arts Festival,
Saturday, Nov.1, 10:00 to 4:00

Fieldhouse, Subiaco Abbey and Academy,
Subiaco, Arkansas


This is the 8th annual arts festival held by the Subiaco Arts Council. This is not a huge show, but the grounds, the people and the atmosphere make it very rewarding. This would be a beautiful place to visit even without the excuse of an arts festival. http://www.subi.org/

An Affair of the Heart,
October 24, 25, 26, 2008

State Fair Grounds, Oklahoma City, Ok.

This is one of the largest shows of its kind in the nation, with artists and craftsmen from across the United States. It fills seven buildings with 750 booths. This is the big one in Oklahoma--not to be missed. Look for us in Booth 188 in the old Made in Oklahoma Building http://www.anaffairoftheheart.com/default.htm

Scarecrow Festival - Sat. & Sunday, October 11 & 12
Saturday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, Sunday 12:00 -5:00

Main Street, Chappell Hill, Texas

Over 250 juried exhibitors display their wares at one of the best shows in Texas. Chappell Hill is a small historical town about an hour northwest of Houston, just south of Brenham. The show is sponsored by the Chappell Hill Historical Society. We're looking forward to this one with a lot of anticipation. Check out their info....
http://www.chappellhillmuseum.org/festivals.htm

36th Annual Whimmydiddle Arts & Crafts Festival
Saturday, September 27, 9:00 to 4:00

City Park,Main Street, Scott City, Kansas

An interesting show in the farming country of western Kansas thirty miles from the Colorado border. Fine arts and crafts represented by over 300 exhibitors from 11 states. http://www.scottcity.net/info/welcome.html

30th annual Arts Festival Oklahoma!
Friday, August 29 through Labor Day, September 1, 2008
Oklahoma City Community College, I-240 & South May 

This year marks the 30th annual Arts Festival Oklahoma.  It looks to be bigger & better than ever.  Last year was the first year in the new location, but it worked out great. More bands & entertainers this time--there's performers like Edgar Cruz, the Byron Berline Band and of course the OKC Philharmonic on Saturday night.  It's a long weekend, but one of the best shows we see and do each year.  Check out the extensive festival website for all the info... http://www.occc.edu/afo/index.html

Seminole Made in Oklahoma Festival
Saturday, September 6, 9:00 to 4:00
Main Street, Seminole
 

This is Seminole's first Made in OK festival.  Like the organizers say, it's intent is not to generate big profits, but to have a great time for the community and for visitors.  Our good friend Marilyn Stewart with Wild Things Nursery is one of the chairmen for the day, so we gladly jumped at the chance to help out her event.  We're really looking forward to a fun day with friends and music, wine-tasting and food.  Come on to Seminole, it'll be worth the drive. http://www.shawneesun.com/articles/2008/08/07/news/23ssc%20made%20in%20oklahoma.txt 

31st Annual Midsummer Nights Fair
Friday & Saturday, July 11/12, 6:00PM to 11:00PM
Firehouse Art Center/Lions Park, Norman Oklahoma


Lions Park is a former baseball field with only the lights left. So after the sun gets behind the tall western pines, the crowds start to come out; by 8:00 pm it's a full house. A hot July day is bearable after sunset. It's an unusual show with all kinds of interesting art. A great way to spend a summer evening.
http://www.travelok.com/toDo/eventsDetail.asp?id=1-3K04W 

4th Annual Lavender Valley Acres Festival
Saturday, June 14, 2008
5 miles west of Apache, Oklahoma


We were pleasantly surprised last year at how many people came out to this little lavender show. Apache is close to Lawton, but not everyone was from there. We had some people make a nice day of it coming down from OKC. Music and food, vendors and plants--lavender, naturally. Lavender in Oklahoma...not as surprising as you might think.
http://www.lavendervalleyacres.com

2008 Paseo Arts Festival
Memorial Day Weekend, May 24, 25, 26
Between NW 30th and Dewey and N.W. 28th and Walker
in the Paseo Arts District of NW Oklahoma City


This is one of the premier shows in Oklahoma City. From fine arts to lesser arts, music to dance, jewelry to candles and everything in between the Paseo Festival has grown to be a must see. We'll be located down on the south end of street where we were last year. There's three days, three chances to visit the festival. Don't miss it. http://www.thepaseo.com/events/paseofestival.html

2008 Nuyaka Creek WineFest
Saturday, May 17, Noon until 7:30 PM
Southeast of Bristow, West of Okmulgee


A fine little wine party back in the woods of eastern Oklahoma. You'll need the map off the website, but it's worth the drive. A great place to hang out for an afternoon, taste the wines, have some lunch, enjoy the company and the music. Don't be in a hurry, come on out and sit a spell.
http://www.nuyakacreek.com/winefest.htm

34th annual Norman May Fair Arts Festival
May 2, 3 and 4, 2008
Friday/Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday, 11:00 until 5 p.m.

Andrews Park, Norman, Oklahoma, just north of the Post Office

A great place to spend a weekend afternoon. The trees are cooling, the food is great, the entertainment is entertaining--what else!--and the wares are wonderful. Come by and see both usual and different arts from over eighty different vendors from all over the country.

Even if you did see the downtown Arts Festival in OKC the week before, this is a different venue...perhaps more down to earth, more everyday-people/family friendly. Come on by and say hi.
www.norman.assistanceleague.org/ps.aboutus.cfm?ID=1608 

12th annual Jenks Herb and Plant Festival
Saturday, April 26, 2008, 9 am to 5 pm
Between Main and "A" streets and 2nd and 3rd streets
Downtown Jenks, Oklahoma

This is a very nice show, well worth the time. If you missed Sand Springs, come to Jenks; many of the same vendors do both. More than 100 booths with herbs, plants, spices and of course, soaps. Stop by and see us. Thanks.
http://www.jenkschamber.com/events.asp?id=11&eventsid=41&tempdate=4/1/2008

19th Annual Herbal Affair & Festival
Saturday, April 19, 2008 / 9 am to 4 pm
Downtown Triangle, 2nd and Main
Sand Springs, Oklahoma

Okay everybody, this is the big one. If you only go to one herb show all year—or every ten years!—this is the one. Don’t let the 9:00AM opening time fool you. It’s an outdoor show, customers show up at 7:00 or earlier pulling wagons or pushing strollers to get the plants and bargains they know they’ll find. I don’t know why it’s always been so huge and successful, it just always has. Vendors show up from at least seven different states, it’s the largest herb show in this part of the country. We wouldn’t miss it for the world.
http://www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

Healthy Home & Wellness Expo,
April 11, 12, 13, 2008
Fri. 3 pm to 8 pm / Sat. 9 am to 8 pm / Sun. 10 am to 6 pm
Oklahoma State Fairgrounds - 10th and N. May Avenue

This is the 4th annual Wellness show this group has held. We did the first one and now I think we’ll give ‘em another shot. Unfortunately, we’ll miss Brookside in Tulsa, but after all, this is closer. There’s a lot of interesting items to see and do, we think the turnout should be good. Come by and check it out.
 

An Affair of the Heart,
February 8, 9, 10, 2008
Fri. & Sat. 9 am to 6 pm / Sun. 11 am to 5 pm
Oklahoma State Fairgrounds - 10th and N. May Avenue

This is a big one…seven buildings and hundreds of vendors. We’re in the Cox Pavilion which was the old bubble-top building before they put a new roof on it, just on the west side of the space tower circle. Admission is $6.00 that admits you to all three days. Even if you don’t buy anything, it’s a fun day out just to come out and see everything. http://www.aaoth.com/showdates.html
 


Events 2007

Carols & Crumpets, An Herbal Craft Fair
Tulsa Garden Center , 2435 S. Peoria
Saturday, December 1, 2007

One of the finest Christmas shows of the season. Located in the nearly 100 year old Italian Renaissance villa in beautiful Woodward Park this is a show for anyone looking for the spirit of Christmas. Costumed Victorian carolers sing their way through the mansion while artists and crafters from a four state area feature everything herbal from vinegars, teas, spices and seasonings to live herbs, soaps, candles, planters and trellises. The Snowflake Cafe is open with a wonderful herbal lunch. Admission is free. www.tulsagardencenter.com/

 

Annual Fall Farm Fest
at the Overstreet-Kerr Historical Farm
10 miles South of Salisaw, Ok. on Hwy.59
Saturday, October 13th, 2007, 9:00AM to 4:00PM

It's a sorghum festival! Come see the sorghum cooked down, see soap making, blacksmithing, butter churning, spinning wool and cotton--and all done the way it was on the Overstreet farm a hundred years ago. Visit with members of the Arkansas Valley Antique Tractor Club and see all the old machinery and implements. This is more than just entertainment, it's interesting for all the family. Friday is kids day when we get about 2000 school kids come through in organized bedlam then Saturday is open to the general public. This is one of our favorite shows we do every year and one we're sorry to see end on Saturday.
http://www.kerrcenter.com/overstreet/farmfest/index.html 

 

39th Annual Fin and Feather Fall Festival
Fin and Feather Resort in eastern Oklahoma,
September 28-30, 2007, Friday & Saturday 9am- 6pm, Sunday 9am- 5pm

The Festival is held on the grounds of beautiful Fin and Feather Resort in eastern Oklahoma. Exhibit areas are housed in three permanent buildings as well as individual outside tents. It draws customers from all over eastern Oklahoma, featuring artists and craftspeople from many states. It's a very laid back and enjoyable atmosphere. Come for the weekend, it's a great getaway.
http://www.finandfeatherresort.com/fallfestival.html 

 

The Oklahoma Herb Growers and Marketers Association would like to invite you to our 2007 Herbal Workshop
Saturday September 22, 2007 / 9:45 - 3:45 pm


This hands on workshop was held at Crestview Farms in Edmond, OK

Learn four hands-on classes for your enjoyment and education. Area herbologist and teachers will be on hand to instruct you in:

  • Herbal Vinegars - Rita Holder, Holders Herbs
  • Herbal Soap Making - Charlotte Hayer, Laughing Rabbit Soap Company
  • Herbal Beauty Products - Kim Campbell
  • Wild Crafted Herbal Wreathes - Kathie Webb

 

29th Annual Arts Festival Oklahoma
OKC Community College
Friday, August 31, 3:00-9:00, Sat.& Sun. Sept 1 & 2 10:00AM-9:00PM, Monday 10:00AM-5:00PM


Labor Day is here again and so is the annual Arts Festival Oklahoma at the college. More than 30,000 people walk through the big tents enjoying the art, music, food and performers. Come see the fireworks Saturday night. Enjoy an entertaining evening, bring the kids out to the Children's Activity Tent, sample the funnel cakes and Fleischkaese. Hopefully, the weather will cooperate and not be too hot. See you there!
http://www.occc.edu/afo/index.html

 

Midsummer Night’s Fair
Friday & Saturday, July 13-14, 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Lion’s Park at the Firehouse Art Center, Norman, Ok.


Come on out for an evening of great food & fun. The people really start coming out once the sun gets behind the trees by about 7:00. It’s an old ball field, but the lights are still up, so there’s plenty of night-light. Enjoy fabulous food, art booths, kids art area, great music, and a wonderful Dalmatian, and German Sheppard contest. All breeds welcome. 29th year. Free admission http://www.normanfirehouse.com/about.asp

 

Lavender Valley Acres Annual Festival
Saturday, June 23, 2007  9:00 to 4:00 / Near Apache, Oklahoma


Out in southwestern Oklahoma, 85 miles SW of Oklahoma City, there’s a little lavender farm. Seems like a strange place to find lavender growing, but why not! Although it’s billed as the third annual festival, it’s the first really organized one with vendors and entertainment. We’re going to have an enjoyable day, regardless of how much soap we sell. Come on out and join us. Be sure to look up the website, you’ll need directions!
http://www.lavendervalleyacres.com/id14.html

 

Route 66 and Farmers Market Festival
Saturday, June 16, 2007 8:00 to 4:00 / Edmond’s Festival Market Place


A special Farmers’ Market in Edmond merits its rating on the events page. In addition to the usual great Summer Farmers Market, visitors will enjoy live music, special activities and even a Route 66 Welcome Center. Don’t miss this event celebrating Farmers Markets on Route 66.
http://www.edmondok.com/recreation/festival_mktpl/festival_home.html

 

PASEO ARTS FESTIVAL in Oklahoma City
Memorial Day Weekend, May 26-28, 2007, Saturday & Sunday 10-9, Monday 10-6


Check out the Paseo website for more info and directions. www.thepaseo.com/events/paseofestival.html

 

2007 May Fair Arts Festival
May 4, 5 & 6, 2007, Andrews Park in Norman, Ok.  Fri.& Sat 10-8, Sunday 11-5


Held in historic downtown Andrews Park, this thirty-three year old festival is three days of artful interest, from wood sculpture and bird houses to bead crafting and soap making. Artists from all over the Midwest show up at this festival. It’s a wonderful show in a tree shaded park.    http://www.assistanceleaguenor.org/mayfair.html

 

18th Annual Herbal Affair & Festival in Sand Springs
Saturday, April 21, 2007

Yes, this is the big one, the largest and finest herb show in the region. Here you’ll find every kind of herb and herb related product you can think of. Come listen to the speakers, sample the wonderful breads from the Mennonite ladies and see more varied herbs than you knew existed. Come early or use the free shuttle service to avoid parking problems. If you only go to one Herb Show, this is it. http://www.herbalaffairandfestival.com/

 

Herb Day in Brookside
Saturday, April 14, 2007

Our apologies to the hard working manager, Pat Kroblin, our fellow vendors/friends and most importantly to our customers for not being at Brookside as we had advertised and planned.  Mother Nature's cold and wet reception was enough to make us reconsider driving up from Choctaw.  It was very depressing for us here that Saturday morning, so we made up for it by going over to Paseo and signing up for their Memorial Day Show.  We haven't done that one before.  Nonetheless, we are looking forward to a great day at Sand Springs.  See you there.

 

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