Vendors 2014

Joy Lane Farm
All-natural goat milk soap
South Venue
Jane Eslinger
Metalwork & jewelry
North VenueHickory Arms
Crossbows, wooden swords
and collectibles
South Venue
Two Squirrels
Nature-inspired jewelry
South Venue
Elaborate Face Painting
North VenueBirdhouses
Handcrafted by David Conley
South VenueBaileyWorks Bags
Newmarket Mills Merchant
North Venue, Level 2
Bindy’s Boutique

Gently used clothing & accessories
Main Street Merchant

One Way Inc
Caricatures by Jason Carrier

Jeremy’s
Delicious pizza
Main Street Merchant






cookies

THE HERITAGE FESTIVAL features a select group of vendors selling fine arts, crafts, gifts, food, and more—plus dozens of local merchants along Main Street and in the Newmarket Mills. This page is being continually updated. Check back often to see what’s new!

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VENDORS: There’s still time to sign up for 2014!
Contact Bob LeGault: bob.legault@comcast.net.
Or get your APPLICATION HERE.

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FESTIVAL VENDORS | South Venue

Hours: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Browse among the vendors here in the Millspace performance center and enjoy the multicultural music and dance throughout the day.

Northwood Naturals: organic soaps, lotions and more
Two Squirrels: Nature-inspired jewelry
Andre Beckles leather and photography
Caricatures by One Way Ink/Jason Carrier
Scarves and jewelry by Lady Diana Beckles
Usborne International: Children’s books
Hickory Arms: Mini crossbows, wooden swords and more
Popcorn Passion: Sweet and savory artisan popcorn perfection
Birdhouses by David Conley with a NH flair
Livin’ on Shortcakes: coffee, whoopie pies, hot dogs, and more
Gourmet Soups: delicious soup mixes
Joy Lane Farm: all-natural goat milk soap
Lamprey River Advisory Commission
Genworth Financial: long term care products
ChildVoice International: Recycled paper jewelry
Eclektic Elegance: refurbished furniture
Newmarket Family Chiropractic
Newmarket School Future
Newmarket Public Library
Ready Rides: Elderly Volunteer Service
Renewal by Andersen Windows
The Cookie Factory: Homemade treats
Gourmet Soaps by Vicki Abbott & Megan Sampson
Witt and Whimsy: art work by Beth Wittenberg

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FESTIVAL VENDORS |
North Venue
Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Visit these vendors on Levels 1 and 2 of the North Venue, along with the festival artisans located on Levels 3 and 4. Be sure to walk through Heritage Way to learn more about the history of the mills. 

Metalwork & jewelry by Jane Eslinger
Laotian cuisine: delicious egg rolls and more
Lamprey Teddy Bear Clinic
Elaborate face painting with mythical creatures
Newmarket Gardeners spring bulbs

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NEWMARKET MILLS
MERCHANTS | North Venue
Hours: See individual merchant site.
You’re walking though history here in the North Venue, as you visit merchants  and artisans who have set up shop where generations of millworkers once churned out yards of textiles. Be sure to walk through Heritage Way to learn more about the history of the mills. 

LEVEL 1_______________
Bloom’n Cow
: Handcrafted ice cream and gelato
Creek Hill Upholstery: upholstery demonstrations
Newmarket Sewing Works: custom sewing for the home
Cool Ed’s International House of Art and Stuff, in conjunction with River Rats Arts, brings you sculpture, painting, jewelry, and other really cool stuff
GDP Designs: custom sterling silver jewelry
Contemporary Arts: original paintings and prints
RSP Studio Custom Framing:
custom framing
Ironwood Design Group:
open for business

LEVEL 2_______________
Joinery Restaurant
: vegetable pickling demonstration—and good eats!
Independent Fabrication: custom bike construction–works of art in progress Watch the video!
Bailey Works: messenger bags, sewing and construction in progress
Headlinerz Barbershop: open for business

LEVEL 3_______________
Mon Petit Studio
Card Chiropractic
Wildmind: Incense, meditation CDs, Buddhist meditation bells
Wintercrow Studio

LEVEL 4_______________
Yoga Studio
: open for business
Russian Ballet School :o pen for visiting
Serenity Hair Studio: open for business

 

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MAIN STREET MERCHANTS | Downtown Newmarket
Hours: See individual merchant site.
Enjoy plenty of good eats along Main Street—Italian, Chinese, Mexican, French, Brazilian, and more. Plus gifts, jewelry, clothing, and specialty items.


Big Bean
Bindy’s Boutique
Burrito Liberation
Crackskulls
Flora Ventures
Geek to You
Good JuJu by Ceci

Jade Garden
Jeremy’s Pizza
Lamprey River Tavern
Marelli’s Fruit & Real Estate
McGloughlin Eye Care
Newmarket Creperie
Oliveira’s
Organic Bonita Spa
Panzanella’s
Riverworks
Soup’s On
Tailwaggers Boutique
Tattoo Junkies

 


 


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