JULY 2021


Samuel L. Clemens Arts & Crafts & More Festival, Central Park, Hannibal, Missouri


National Tom Sawyer Days was originated by the Hannibal Jaycees in 1956.  Over the years, other organizations have joined with the Jaycees to make it one of the major family-oriented Fourth of July celebrations in the country.  Highlights of the celebration include Fence painting, Frog jumping, Tricycle races​, a carnival, the “Hannibal Cannibal” 10K run and 5K walk, Gigantic fireworks display, and Tanyard Gardens—offering variety of food, drink, and entertainment

The Kiwanis Club of Hannibal began sponsoring the Samuel L. Clemens Arts & Crafts Festival in 1977.  It is an outdoor show, held in a block-square park in downtown Hannibal near all of the other activities.

We have 123 craft and merchandise vendor booths  along with a food service area featuring a variety of tasty foods. 

Friday 9 a.m. til 5 p.m.

Saturday 9 a.m. til 5 p.m.

Sunday 9 a.m. til 4 p.m.


Berea Craft Fair, Indian Fort Theater (entrance to the Pinnacles), Berea, Kentucky


Over 110 artists from 15 states will be on site with their work and providing demonstrations. Over 20 new artists this year. This is a special event of the City of Berea Business & Tourism Department at Indian Fort Theater– 3 miles east from downtown Berea, 40 miles south of Lexington. Just off I-75, exits 76 & 77. Follow signs to Berea and the Festival!              
$6.00 Adults. $5.00 for Senior Citizens. Children under 12, FREE. Parking is free.
Friendly dogs on a leash are always welcome! For special arrangements or assistance, please contact the Berea Welcome Center at: (800)598-5263                                                                               
Follow the Berea Craft Festival Event on Facebook for more information.

Friday 10 a.m. til 6 p.m.

Saturday 10 a.m. til 6 p.m.

Sunday 10 a.m. til 5 p.m.



To be confirmed

Saturday 9 a.m. til 6 p.m.

Sunday 10 a.m. til 5 p.m.

Monteagle Mountain Market, Hannah Picket Park, Monteagle, Tennessee


This event will feature over 100 artisans and crafters displaying their handmade creations which will include: fine art; stained glass; pottery; fine, primitive and refurbished furniture; bird houses; paintings in a variety of media; quilts; woodcrafts; folk art; toys; jewelry; chain saw carving demonstrations; blacksmith demonstrations and lectures; cigar box art; metal art; soaps and lotions; local honey; embroidered baby items and doll clothing; knitted and hand sewn items; and so much more.

A variety of delicious food will be available from Beans & award-winning BBQ to Mediterranean food and roasted corn, Baklava, and everything in between. There will be something for everyone, with both breakfast and lunch being served!

This event will be in Hannah Pickett Park behind City Hall. The park has picnic tables, and nice playground equipment for kids of all ages. City Hall is at 16 Dixie Lee Ave in Monteagle, TN, conveniently located off of I-24, exits 134 and 135, one hour from Chattanooga and Huntsville, and an hour and a half from Nashville.

Saturday 9 a.m. til 5 p.m. (CST)

Sunday 10 a.m. til 4 p.m.