Exhibitors & Vendors 2023

Non-Profit Exhibitors

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

A Woman’s Place—Bucks County’s only domestic violence response organization, providing a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, counseling, victim response, advocacy, legal service, and prevention education.  (24-hour hotline: 800-220-8116;; Facebook; Instagram: AWPBucks)

African American Museum of Bucks County—Honoring the rich legacy of the African American experience, inspiring pride in our heritage, and sharing information and stories about the diverse journey of our people and our shared ancestry. Programs and exhibits explore the history and heritage of the diverse cultures of Bucks County and beyond.  (;

American Friends Service Committee—Guided by the Quaker belief in the divine light of each person, AFSC works with people of all faiths and backgrounds to meet urgent community needs, challenge unjust systems, and promote lasting peace. Learn about the many ways you can get involved in AFSC’s work towards a world free of violence, inequality, and oppression. (; Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)

Bandar and Bhaaloo—A local non-profit that helps girls in India finish high school by repurposing donated saris into stuffed animals, bags, beaded necklaces and holiday decorations. Stop at their table or contact them to volunteer, donate or purchase. (; 267-885-8882)

BFS Students for JEM—Buckingham Friends School students are selling Moroccan treats to raise awareness and raise money for their Joint Environmental Mission host community in the Atlas mountains that was devastated by a 6.8 magnitude earthquake just 3 weeks ago.

Bowman’s Hill Wildlife Preserve—Increasing the knowledge and use of native plants by serving as a sanctuary and an educational resource and destination that inspires conservation action. (; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

Bryn Gweled Homesteads—A cooperative community of families who have their own self-government, now in its 83rd year. 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. (215-953-8884;; 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 Beautiful—Striving to develop and enhance local parks, roadways, schools and gardens for residents and visitors. Through our Replant Bucks program we have a goal of planting 10,000 new trees. (; Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)

Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services—Investigates reports of child abuse and neglect, provides temporary care for children not able to remain with their own families, and develops social service programs that promote family stability. To become a foster parent or volunteer, contact them or visit their website. (215-348-6900;

Bucks County Center for Independent Living—A cross-disability non-profit in Fairless Hills, PA, providing services to anyone with any type of disability at any age. Core services include information and referral, peer support, independent living skills, peer support, advocacy, and transition services, all of which are free. Also in person and virtual peer support groups, as well as a young adult group. (215-781-5070;;; Facebook; Instagram)

Bucks County Interfaith Coalition for Refugee Resettlement—An all-volunteer group made up of all faith traditions who have come together to provide friendship, assistance and financial support to immigrant families. They are currently helping to support two immigrant families from Syria and a third family from Afghanistan, and all three families are thriving in their new setting. (;; 215-757-4397)

Bucks Learning Cooperative—A self-directed learning center for teenagers, where education is personalized and based on an individual’s own interests, strengths and goals. BLC offers classes, mentorship, workshops and trips during the week from 9 to 3pm, while also embracing outside activities and learning. (; 215-512-0707; Facebook.)

Bucks County Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans’ Court—Information about the work this office does with probate, marriage licenses, adoption, and genealogy research. (;

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. Learn about the role of camping in youth development. (610-847-5858;; Facebook; Instagram)

Cease Fire PA—Working with police chiefs, mayors, faith leaders and others through education, organizing and advocacy to reduce gun violence, stop the flow of illegal guns and keep guns out of the hands of those who should not have them. (; Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)

Chandler Hall Health Services—Celebrating 50 years of service to the Community this year, Chandler Hall provides independent living and high-quality care for older adults in Newtown, Pennsylvania. (

FCNL Advocacy Team—The Friends Committee on National Legislation is a national, nonpartisan Quaker organization that lobbies Congress for peace, justice and environmental stewardship. The Bucks County Advocacy Team will be on hand to answer questions and pass out brochures. (

Friends of the Delaware Canal—Working to restore preserve and improve the Delaware Canal and its surroundings.  (; 215-862-2021; Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)

GLSEN Bucks County—An advocacy group promoting LGBTQ-inclusive schools, as well as incudsion for all other marginalized students in K-12. (; Facebook, Instagram; Twitter)

Holly’s Helpers (Middletown Friends)—Pet boutique with pet-friendly treats and toys created by the First Day School families of Middletown Friends Meeting. This booth is in memory of Holly Olson. (; Facebook: Middletown Friends Meeting at Langhorne)

Immigrant Rights Action—Working to ensure that the human rights of our neighbors are upheld through education, providing access to immigration legal services, connecting to community services and collaboration with allies. (267-910-9030;; Facebook)

Journeywork—A non-profit organization helping homeowners, schools, and congregations—anyone with a lawn—replace their lawn with native plants. (;; 267-217-3858; Facebook; Instagram)

League of Women Voters/Bucks County—Empowering voters by providing nonpartisan information about registering to vote, important deadlines for registering or aplying for mail-in ballots, and answering general questions about voting processes in Bucks County (215-230-9986;; Facebook)

LEPOCO Peace Center—Literature, stickers, buttons and cards about the broad themes of peace and justice. (610-691-8730;;; Facebook)

LGBTQ+ Rights in Local Schools—Volunteers from the local community supporting LGBTQ+ rights, encouraging voter participation, and providing information on current issues, especially those related to k-12 schools. The table will have a bracelet-making activity for young people.

Make a Difference Children’s Foundation (& “MADO”)—Information on the foundation’s current activities, as well as “Make a Difference Originals” crafts such as handmade Colombian jewelry, instruments, key chains, signs and wreaths. (; 267-229-6134;; Facebook)

New PA Project Education Fund—Dedicated to empowering Pennsylvania’s underrepresented and underserved communities of color, immigrant communities and youth through education and year-round engagement to ensure full participation in the democratic process. (

NOVA—A comprehensive crime victim agency providing counseling, advocacy, and accompaniment for victims of crime and their significant others. Services are free and confidential. Nova also provides prevention education and awareness programs in schools and to community groups, faith based groups, and business and professional groups. (1-800-675-6900;; Facebook)

Offices of State Senator Santarsiero and Rep. Tim Brennan—Sen. Santarsiero and Rep. Brennan are available to help with any state issues you may have. Their offices offer a variety of services, including SEPTA Senior cards and birth certificates. (; 215-497-9490; Facebook.; 267-884-0395)

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;

Planned Parenthood Rainbow Room—An LGBTQ+ Youth Center in Bucks County (; Instagram at PPRainbow room)

Plants From Plumstead Friends Meeting—Focus on milkweed seeds, succulent plants, monarch butterflies and more! (

Rolling Harvest Food Rescue—Partnering with local farms to bring fresh produce to area sites serving at-risk, food-insecure populations, RHFR provides farmers with free, effective delivery and distribution of their surplus. Volunteer opportunities are available during the harvest season at partner farms throughout Bucks County. (267-293-0085;; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

Roxey Ballet Company/Mill Ballet School—A professional dance company based in Frenchtown, NJ. Mill Ballet School is the official dance school of Roxey Ballet and is located in New Hope, PA (; SPECIAL NOTE: The Mill School of Ballet will conduct a free kids’ dance class at 12:30 below the Kids Games area. (

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. (

YWCA Bucks County—Information on the Bucks County chapter of the YWCA. (215-953-7793;

Crafts Vendors, Artists and Services

Action Karate—Now in Doylestown, Action Karate has been teaching focus, self-discipline, respect, and confidence for close to 30 years to children starting as young as 3 years old and adults of all ages. (267-935-9590;; )

Alpaca Comforts—Exceptionally warm and soft alpaca essentials. (215-833-4201;; Instagram)

Amy Turner Handweaving—Handwoven scarves, shawls, table linens, towels, and rugs, all made by Amy Turner. (215-767-0105;;

Charlie’s Stuffed Animals—Looking for something to cuddle with? Do you need a back pillow? Does your pet need a new toy? Check out 11 year-old Charlie’s gently used stuffed animals.

Designs By A—A Newtown crafter with custom gifts for all ages from tic tac toe to “create your own tumbler” and Christmas ornaments. This is one of their custom cutting boards. (;

Dhyana Meditative Art—A variety of arts and crafts including paintings, mandala art, nature art, 3-D art, origami, crochet, dream catchers, wood art, earrings, T-shirts, and air dry clay pieces. Kalyani hopes to spread harmony and peace through her meditative art. (267-210-0916;; Instagram)

E & M’s Crafty Funtique—Handmade wooden holiday decorations, crafts & gifts. (Etsy: E&M’s Crafty Funtique)

Exact Solar—Doylestown area solar firm for 18 years, providing free information, design, evaluations and quotes on the lasting environmental impact made when you go solar, with 300-400% returns on your investment that you can put towards your other social and environmental causes. (; 215-454-1562)

Frank Huttenlock Wood Turnings—Local wood turner offering bowls, vases, weed pots, salt dishes, & Christmas ornaments using various local trees. Orders taken. (; 215-651-1282)

Garden Love By Emily—One-of-a-kind hand-cut and decorated ceramics that reflect a love of nature, home and gardening. Organic and unique with an imperfect beauty that evokes peace and love.

George’s Slide Show—One-of-a-kind ceramic sculpture that reflects a love of theater, magic, music, comedy and the circus.

Himani Patel—Organic henna tattoos. Safe for all ages.

The Indigo Sanctuary—Ethically sourced gemstone, jewelry, Mala necklaces, gemstone sculptures and accessories. (610-937-0931;; Instagram; TikTok)

Knit One Beads Too—A collection of handmade knit, beaded and felted crafts. 100% of all proceeds will be donated to reproductive health and immigrant rights organizations. (

Kona Compost Co.—A woman-owned compost collection service providing an easy way for Bucks County residents and businesses to keep food waste out of the landfill and be more sustainable. They also offer compost and garden consultations, lectures and educational opportunities.

Lisa’s Crochet Toys—Crochet toys for kids. (215-301-7705)

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; also floral sculptural pieces. (; Instagram: morenme13)

Nature’s Design—Bonsai, air plants, carnivorous plants, foliage plants. All live material! (; 908-310-9610)

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 for artisans around the world. (; 443-956-6906)

Peaceable Kingdom Conference—Working to strengthen the human-animal bond, to be kind to the earth and ourselves, to respect animals’ emotions and intelligence and to increase our reliance on plant-based foods. (Facebook)

Pottery by Freya—Locally crafted ceramics made to inspire and cultivate creativity. Freya is a BFS alum, now at George School. (

Pottery by Heidi—Functional and artistic pottery made by hand with lots of love. (

Sahana—Locally made, clean and simple body care. Each Sahana product is lovingly crafted with organic, non-toxic ingedients. A percentage of all proceeds will be donated to Doylestown FISH, which provides emergency assistance to people in need when no other timely assistance is available. (; 267-408-5979)

SC Jewelry—Crystal and evil eye jewelry; earrings, necklaces and bracelets (313-247-1732; Social Media: Jewelry.bySC; )

Schneider Sweets—Homemade, handmade, nostalgic confections. (215-527-1565;;; Instagram)

Shalom Pottery—One-of-a-kind functional stoneware pottery, made with love and joy. (508-395-0602;

Susy Kamber Poetic Artwork—Matted prints on fine art giclée paper; personalized “Cutie Beautiez” children’s accessories handmade from mixed media (; 610-442-0728)

Willow Wellness & Chiropractic Care of Doylestown—Offering comprehensive chiropractic care to individuals of all ages and backgrounds, including pregnant women and children. Also provides nutritional support, an infrared sauna, aroma therapy, and Kombucha. (215-692-2438;;; Facebook; Instagram)

Wire, Wood & Stone—Wire work with stone and beads. Jewelry and trees cut out of wire. (570-730-7141;