Sponsored by the American Scandinavian Heritage Foundation
- OUR SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL -
July 20, 21, 22, 2018
Jamestown Community College, Jamestown NY


Festival Overview Performers Special Events Lectures Vendors Scandinavian Food
Program Lineup Volunteer! Exhibits Maps & Area Attractions Photo Album Ticket Info



The Vendors


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Hemslöjdsbutik

Handmade Scandinavian Items

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This portion of the Market Tent displays handmade items including from the Jamestown area. Check out Swedish fabric table clothes, tote bags, aprons, table runners, placemats, and napkins. Included are items from Ecklof Bakery. One can find wooden items and fabric baskets. If you would like to donate items or include your items on consignment call Sandra Sandy at 716-665- 9506.



Festival Gift Shop

T-shirts, Sweat Shirts, figurines, Christmas ornaments, Swedish rugs, magnets, coffee mugs, napkins, hats, visors, umbrellas, Swedish tiles, Swedish cook and knitting books, tote bags, note cards, and much more!
If you missed it before, now is your chance!

Including items from Jamestown's local store - Country Woods, located at 1771 Foote Avenue Extension.


Festival's Loppis
Since thousands of people of Scandinavian decent settled in the Jamestown area, there are many items representing the culture that can be found in the community. Some of these items are for sale in the Loppis Booth. Loppis in Sweden refers to a flea market usually managed by individual families in their own garage, barn or cellar. Scandinavian antiques, heirlooms, old as well as new items are offered in the Market Tent. Some loppis items have been donated to the Festival for sale and some are on consignment.Johnjohnson032@gmail.comIf you would like to donate or place some items on consignment contact JoAnne Ottoson or John Johnson at 716-450-4686 or Johnjohnson032@gmail.com



Are you looking for some Swedish glass including Orrefors and Kosta Boda, books, antiques, paintings? Will you find something
like grandma used to have?
Who knows what treasures will be sold this year!

Finely Crafted by Cara
Returning this year is Finely Crafted by Cara from New Jersey.
Come see all her embroidered designs.


Franklin's Honey And Apples

Franklin's Honey photo 1

Franklin's Honey photo 1

This vendor from Forestville, NY will have a variety of goodies available, some of which are honey, kettle korn, cotton candy, hot caramel apple chips, fruit logs, roasted corn, roasted potatoes and sweet potatoes, and yo yo balloons.

Mr. D's
Mr. D's is returning offering a variety of good ole' festival food, some of which are
curly fries, fried dough, hamburgers, and hot dogs.
Mr. D's will only be at the festival Friday and Saturday.
European Sheepskins

European Sheepskins from Buffalo, NY, is joining us again this year. The sheepskins are absolutely beautiful! You can check them out at www.europeansheepskins.com.

Whichcraft?
A new vendor this year all the way from Denver, Colorado, is Whichcraft? Lily Ewing will have hats, moose games, ornaments, shirts, games, jackets, books, trolls, etc. Please make sure you stop by to see her!

Finnish Treasures

Laura Malkamaki is coming all the way from Fairport Harbor, Ohio, to show off her Scandinavian imports, handicrafts, packaged food, books, music, linens, wall hangings, and even more!

Stahlman Slate Company
Returning this year is the Stahlman Slate Company. Tim and Michelle will have various painted works of art on display. They have been to many other shows over the years, so it is great to have these local folks at our festival.

Dalahäst Roasting Company

Jamestown's own Swedish Specialty Food Store will have a wide selection of hard to find packaged goods, delicious cheeses, and ethnic staples like pickled herring and lingonberries.

www.petersonfarmswede.com

American Scandinavian Heritage Foundation

The American Scandinavian Heritage Foundation will be serving Norm's famous korv burgers once again.
They are not to be missed!

Sugar Plum Fairy Soap & Color Wise Creations

They will be selling goat milk soap and lotion, cupcake bath bombs, owl doorstops/pillows, cornhole bags, etc.


All Strings Considered

Returning after many years is Birgitta Nostring with All Strings Considered.






Claus Morch is returning this year all the way from Clinton, Connecticut.
Swe-Den, Inc will have a wide variety of Swedish merchandise for sale.

Steve and Pat Eddy with Shorty's & Gifts


Thunberg Woodworking
Returning is Dave Thunberg with Thunberg Woodworking.
Be sure to check out his wonderful carvings.

To see more carvings, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/ThunbergWoodworking/photos


Festival Overview Performers Special Events Lectures Vendors Scandinavian Food
Program Lineup Volunteer! Exhibits Maps & Area Attractions Photo Album Ticket Info

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