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the 2020 Cascabel Community Fair

Dear Cascabel Community Fair Patrons,
Due to the pandemic, we are not holding the 2020 Fair.This has not been an easy decision.We value the Fair for its many cultural, social, and economic attributes and it would have been the 40th consecutive year for this remote and popular event.
Most of the vendors at the Fair continue to produce their unique and beautiful work. We have enjoyed working with all of them and are grateful for the beautiful work they bring to this event and the joy of their good company.
We are posting their contact information on the Vendor List page so that past and present patrons can contact them directly to support artisanal and artistic enterprise by purchasing their work during the pandemic.
As always, the hosts appreciate all of you who attend and support our Fair and we sincerely hope to see you in the future.
Sincerely,
The Cascabel Community.

 


Dear Cascabel Community Fair Patrons,
Due to the pandemic, we are not holding the 2020 Fair.
This has not been an easy decision.
We value the Fair for its many cultural, social, and economic attributes and it would have been the 40th consecutive year for this remote and popular event.

Please continue to Support our Vendors by visiting the Vendor list page.

 

Dear Cascabel Community Fair Patrons,
Due to the pandemic, we are not holding the 2020 Fair. This has not been an easy decision. We value the Fair for its many cultural, social, and economic attributes and it would have been the 40th consecutive year for this remote and popular event.
Please continue to Support our Vendors by visiting the Vendor list page.

 

Vendor Photos

The vendor photo section is a work in progress,so check back for updates.
There are many more photos of our regular vendors who show up year after year.

 


Marc Antia

Original hand stamped Apache Jewelry with a wide selection of high quality work from many other Native American Artists.

 

Dawn Productions

Lapidary & Dichroic glass jewelry.
Connie & Charlie VanMeter.
https://www.gemsandequipment.com/

 

Saul Lieberman

One mans trash, is another mans treasure.

 

Cascabel Clayworks

David Blocker and Barbara Clark make functional pottery at Cascabel Clayworks.
The work is hand thrown on a potter’s wheel, hand painted with a variety of designs which feature the desert landscape where we live as well as symmetrical airbrush patterns. All pieces are fired to stoneware temperatures and are durable enough for everyday use.

 

Alluvium Designs

Hand Cut Stencil Designs made on New and Gently used Cotton Clothing using a dye discharge/stencil technique.
Jude Martinez Keene.

 

Steve Willcox

Paintings.

 

Delight’s Earthly Delights

Jewelry based on science.
Delight and Pete Edgell.

 

Elksong Jewelry

Eclectic artisan jewelry designs

 

Martha Kelly

Finely crafted Stoneware pottery,
Martha Kelly.
https://www.shootingstarpottery.com

 

Ron Applegate Saddle shop

Lariat baskets, blacksmithed items.
Jacquie & Ron Applegate.
https://www.facebook.com/Ron-Applegate-Saddle-Shop-1611813262427423/

 

 

Ivantosh Pottery

Stoneware pottery
Andy & Mieko Iventosch

 

Sam Janesko & Shannon Bishop

 

Jeau Allen

Mesquite meal, prickly pear, blue corn products.
http://www.mesquiteflour.com

 

Seri Indian Tribe of Mexico

Original handmade Jewelry with a wide selection of quality work from many Native American Artists.

 

 

 

 

 

Rustic Wood Decor

Rustic wood furniture and lamps.
DJay Palachuk