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!
VENDORS: There’s still time to sign up for 2014!
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Browse among the vendors here in the Millspace performance center and enjoy the multicultural music and dance throughout the day.
Hours: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
* Northwood Naturals: organic soaps, lotions and more
* Two Squirrels: nature-inspired jewelry
* Leather goods and photography
* Scarves and jewelry by Lady Diana Beckles
* Chair massages
* Caricatures by Jason Carrier
* Stylful: recycled jewelry
* Usborne educational children’s books
* Hickory Arms: Mini crossbows, wooden swords and more
* errings, necklaces, bracelets from glass, stones and more
* handcrafted jewelry and functional fused and dichroic glass art
* eco-friendly jewelry, wood keepsake and jewelry boxes
* hand-embroidered clothing and hand-knitted scarves
* goat’s milk soaps and beaded jewelry from Uganda
* folk art, dried flowers, baskets, garden signs
* wickless candles, room sprays, soap
Visit these vendors on Levels 1 and 2 of the North Venue, along with the festival artisans located on Levels 3 and 4.
Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
* Metalwork & jewelry by Jane Eslinger
* Indian cuisine
* Laotian cuisine
* Lamprey Teddy Bear Clinic
* Elaborate face painting with mythical creatures
* Newmarket Gardeners spring bulbs
MAIN STREET MERCHANTS
Enjoy plenty of good eats along Main Street—Italian, Chinese, Mexican, French, Brazilian cuisine, and more. Plus gifts, jewelry, clothing, and specialty items. (Hours: See individual merchant site.)
Bindy’s Boutique: gently used clothing and accessories
Geek to You
Good JuJu by Ceci: Home decor, jewelry, accessories, gifts
Lamprey River Tavren
Marelli’s Fruit & Real Estate
McGloughlin Eye Care
Organic Bonita Spa
NEWMARKET MILLS MERCHANTS
You’re walking though history here, as you visit businesses and artisans who have set up shop where generations of millworkers once worked the giant looms, churning out yards of textiles. Be sure to visit Heritage Way to learn more about the history of the mills. (Hours: See individual merchant site.)
Bloom’n Cow: Handcrafted ice cream and gelato
Creek Hill Upholstery
Newmarket Sewing Works
Cool Ed’s International House of Art
Heritage Way: Photo history of the Newmarket Mills
Mon Petite Studio
Russian Ballet School
Serenity Hair Studio