Exhibitors & Vendors 2021

Non-Profit Exhibitors

Welcome Booth –– Information about Buckingham Friends Meeting and the Peace Fair.

Arrows 4 American Indians –– Protecting, preserving, promoting and providing for first peoples in the United States. (267-808-0809;

Art of Spirit’s Earth School –– A non-profit educational organization, whose mission is to facilitate a child’s spiritual connection to all beings, including oneself. (267-454-4491;; Facebook, Instagram)

Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve –– Inspiring the appreciation and use of native plants by serving as a sanctuary and an educational resource for conservation and stewardship. (215-862-2924;; Facebook, Instagram; Twitter)

Bryn Gweled Homesteads –– A cooperative community in its 80th year of families who have their own self-government. Individual lots are cared for by lease holders, while volunteers tend the common land, community center, pool, gardens, pond and trails. They have a tradition of inviting all ethnicities to become members. (215-485-8212;; Facebook)

Buckingham Friends School –– A Quaker day school for K-8 students, founded in 1794. Guided by Quaker tradition, BFS students are encouraged to think deeply, reflect thoughtfully, resolve conflicts peacefully, and play exuberantly. (215-794-7491;

Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services –– County agency mandated to protect children from abuse and neglect, and to provide for their well-being and permanency. (215-348-6997;

Bucks County Genealogical Society –– Available at the Peace Fair (free of charge) for guidance with your family history research especially in (but not limited to) Bucks County. Learn how to begin your genealogy at low or no cost, look up records, pick up a free pedigree chart, sign up for our free digital newsletter, or pick our brains about using DNA. (; Facebook)

Bucks Learning Cooperative –– A self-directed learning center that helps teenagers learn by building on their interests, goals and abilities. We are an alternative to traditional school and offer classes, one-on-one tutoring mentoring, workshops and excursions into the wider world. (267-342-7830;; Facebook)

Bucks Quarterly Meeting of Friends –– Information on Quakers and Quakerism in the Bucks County area and points north and east. (; Facebook)

Camp Onas –– Summer and year-round programs, ages 7-13, in Ottsville, PA; and information on its environmental stewardship efforts. (610-847-5858;

Conversations with a Friendly Vegan –– Why are you vegan? Where do you get your protein? Why do vegans seem so “judgey”? Ask these and any other questions in a safe, no-judgment, no agenda space. (; Facebook)

Cranaleith Spiritual Center –– A retreat and conference center for those who wish to reflect on what matters deeply in their lives; renew their spirit for life and work; or restore themselves from life’s traumas. Individuals and groups are invited to participate in retreats and other programs in a spirit-rekindling environment of well-being, respect, and harmony. (215-934-6206;; Facebook, Instagram; Twitter)

GLSEN Bucks County –– Information on LGBTQ student rights and inclusive practices for schools. (; 267-342-3376; Facebook, Instagram; Twitter)

Holly’s Helpers (Middletown Friends) –– A fundraising table in honor of the late Holly DiMicco, with information about Bucks Food For Friends. Small handcrafted items will be given in exchange for donations. (;; Facebook)

Immigrants Rights Action Group/Grupo de Acción –– A volunteer-based, 501c3-holding nonprofit that since its founding in March 2017 has had remarkable success in building an effective community network to report area ICE enforcement operations and provide immediate support to affected families. (

In Defense of Animals/Vegan Spirituality –– Is compassion for all beings fundamental to your spiritual beliefs? (; Facebook: Vegan Spirituality)

John Woolman Memorial Association –– An exhibition of the life and writings of one of Colonial America’s leading Quaker abolitionists John Woolman (1720-1772), who dedicated his life to God, peace, social and economic justice, and the abolition of slavery. (;; 609-267-3226; Facebook)

LEPOCO Peace Center –– Literature, stickers, buttons, cards and calendars for peace and justice. (610-691-8730;; Facebook)

Maternity Care Coalition –– Improving the health and well-being of pregnant women and parenting families, and enhancing school readiness for children 0-3 (; 215-972-0700)

Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) –– Supporting, counseling and empowering victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes in Bucks County; and working to prevent and eliminate violence in society through advocacy, training, community education and prevention programs. NOVA services are free and confidential. (; hotline at 1-800-675-6900)

New Pennsylvania Project –– The New Pennsylvania Project engages and empowers young residents and those living in underrepresented and often neglected communities of color and immigrants to expand Pennsylvania’s electorate so it reflects its demographically changing population. We register them to vote, provide education about the issues that matter in their neighborhoods, and mobilize them to vote in every election twice a year. (; Facebook, Instagram; Twitter)

Office of State Senator Steve Santarsiero –– Providing information on a wide range of services that the state offers it residents, including property tax and rent rebates; senior SEPTA pass, Real ID, PennDOT assistance and safety information for children along with coloring books. (; Facebook)

The Peace Center –– The Peace Center and the Bullying Resource Center help address conflict and injustice, and prevent racism, violence and intolerance in Bucks County and beyond. (215-750-7220;

R. J. Leonard Foundation –– Only 3% of young people who age out of foster care will earn a college degree. The RJ Leonard Foundation is a mentoring program that supports these incredible young people to change these statistics and achieve their educational and career dreams. (; Facebook)

Sea Shepherd US –– An international, non-profit marine conservation organization engaging in direct action campaigns to defend wildlife and conserve and protect the world’s oceans from illegal exploitation and environmental destruction. (; Facebook)

United Nations Association of Bucks County –– The U. N. Heritage Tent displays cultures from countries around the world. Join us for conversation, dances and songs. (

Wolf Conservation Center –– Help us raise awareness for our natural world. The environment needs wolves and together we can make a difference to protect them. (

Services, Crafts, Art and Vendors

Aim Publishing –– Education, sports books (215-262-9986;

Alpaca Comforts –– Offering a thoughtfully curated collection of exceptionally warm and soft alpaca essentials, including dryer balls, handmade of 100% felted alpaca fiber in Bucks County, PA. (215-833-4201;

Alpha Resource Center –– Offering Couple Tune-Up, Kids Divorce Story Hour, Teen & New Beginnings divorce support groups. (1-800-310-9085;; Facebook; LinkedIn; Instagram)

Amy Turner Handweaving ––Handwoven wearables including scarves, shawls, table linens, towels, and rugs, all handmade by Amy Turner. (215-767-0105;;; Instagram)

Jewelry By Frances –– Jewelry made with antique mother-of-pearl buttons, coins and vintage jewelry (570-234-5006;

Lovely Words Shop –– Custom embroidery word art pillows; fabric crafts and handmade items (; Facebook)

Madison’s Ceramics –– Handmade pottery including cups, mugs, bowls and plates, which incorporate hand carved surface designs with bright colors to create unique pieces of tableware. Madison also has work within the realm of sculpture, including wall-hangings and lanterns. (; Instagram: morenme13)

Mitchener Plaques –– Handmade 4”26” wooden stand-up plaques with crystalized scenes (; 215-450-2256)

Nature’s Design –– Bonsai, air plants, carnivorous plants, easy-to-grow foliage. (908-782-8264;

Pangaea Fair Trade –– Handmade fair trade products by talented artisans using traditional techniques. Primarily produced by Fair Trade Federation members who guarantee fair wages and safe working conditions. (443-956-6906;

Petcassos –– A professional artist providing custom pet portraits. Colored pencils and acrylic paint are used alone or in combination to create a beautiful portrait of your pet. (;; 561-400-9459; Facebook)

Real Teas by Cardamon & Curry –– Creators of Gourmet Artisan Tas based on Holistic Eastern Principles. All teas are handcrafted with ingredients of integrity and blended with exceptional care. (; Facebook; 925-667-0816)

Sahana: Plant-Based Essentials –– Clean & simple body care. Small gifts with a big heart. All products crafted with organic and non-toxic ingredients. Writing inspired by the meandering whims of a swiftly tilting planet. (;; 267-408-5979)

Schneider Sweets –– Homemade, handmade, nostalgic confections, with each pastry inspired by both the occasion and client. (215-297-0234;; Facebook; Instagram)

Shalom Pottery–– Locally thrown with joy, one of a kind functional pottery. (508-395-0602;

Up Cycle Candles –– Taking old glass & turning it into soy candles infused with locally grown dried flowers. (; Facebook; Instagram)

Vintage Bits & Handmade Bobs –– Handcrafted jewelry, key chains, car charms and other beaded crafts, as well as multi-level and serving pieces. Every piece is unique and designed with color and texture for the spirit. Also a select collection of vintage jewelry and clothing from the 1900s through 1970s. (; 609-529-1033; Facebook; Instagram)

Willow Wellness & Chiropractic Care of Doylestown –– Offering comprehensive chiropractic care to individuals of all ages and backgrounds, including children and pregnant women. Also provides nutritional support, an infrared sauna, and aromatherapy. Stop by their table (215-692-2438;;; Facebook)