Maine
Artisan Bread Fair

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2019 Vendors

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The Maine Artisan Bread Fair is one of a kind. It is a fair dedicated solely to Real Bread and everything associated with this most ancient and central staple. The Maine Grain Alliance has sponsored the Bread Fair for seven years and the offerings have grown each year. Demonstrations range from bread baking using sourdough (with starters to take home!) to tortilla making. A children’s area will be expanding this year- kids can make (and cook and eat!) their own pizza, play with dough, and lots more. While you will be captivated by the wares in each booth, you will also be able tantalize your taste buds as you sample foods ranging from pizzas cooked in wood-fired ovens to tacos in tortillas baked fresh on-site, sweet pastries, and a variety of other locally produced delicious food.

Come for delicious breads and pastries, handmade pizza baked in a wood-fired oven, handmade kitchen wares, Artisan halvah, maple syrup, jams, butter, cheese, the best books and equipment for baking at home, professional bakers to answer your questions, live music, beautiful kitchen linens, demos, and superb Maine made foods!

The Details:

DATE: Saturday, JULY 31st, 2021

HOURS: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m

PLACE: Skowhegan State Fairgrounds

COST: Free! Everyone is invited, and we encourage you to bring your family and friends to enjoy

PARKING: $5

Vendors: Over 60 vendors await you at the Artisan Bread Fair. Please see the list below, continually updated.

From 95 North, take exit 133 (Waterville/Skowhegan) onto Rt. 201 North and head to Skowhegan. At the light in Skowhegan, take a right and go into town. Go around the rotary of buildings and take a right. About 1 mile on left is the entrance to the fairgrounds. Next to Wal-Mart.
From 95 South, Take exit 157 (Newport/Skowhegan), turn slight right onto ME-100/ME-11 north, take a sharp left onto Main Street/Route 2 south. Follow Route 2 into Skowhegan, go through the rotary, turn right onto Madison Avenue About 1 mile on left is the entrance to the fairgrounds. Next to Wal-Mart.

General Guidelines for the Artisan Bread Fair:

1. The ABF does not permit pets on the fairgrounds or in the parking area. Animals left in cars or tied up may be removed by the local animal control officer.

2. ABF enforces Maine laws prohibiting public drinking of alcohol and use of illegal drugs on the fairgrounds.

3. Audio and video devices are prohibited unless they are part of an approved demonstration or display.

4. Littering is prohibited. Please control all waste and convey it to the receptacles provided throughout the fair and police your area at the end of the day.

5. ABF assumes no liability for damage to or loss of personal property.

2019 Vendors

Jones Limited | www.janicejones.com
Grey Goose Gourmet | www.greygoosegourmet.com
Gryffon Ridge Spice Merchants | www.gryffonridge.com
Blue Hill Foods / Lucy’s Granola | www.lucysgranola.com
Tuition Builders
The Potter’s House | www.thepottershouse.com
Wholly Crow | www.susanwilder.net
Northwoods Gourmet Girl w/ Wicked Maine Pops |
www.northwoodsgourmetgirl.com
ReginaSpices | www.reginaspices.com
Marston Country Crafts
Sprig Woodwork | www.etsy.com/shop/SprigWoodwork
Stone Fox Farm Creamery
| www.stonefoxfarmcreamery.com
Gracie’s ~ farm to wagon food truck
Whitehill Farm
Maine Grains | www.mainegrains.com
Barred Owl Creamery | www.hamiltonfarm.wordpress.com
Milton Christianson Watercolors
Dailey Woodworking | www.daileywoodworking.com
The Honey Exchange | www.thehoneyexchange.com
The Condimented Pantry | www.condimentedpantry.com
Sunshine Meadows Goat Milk Soap
Zen Bear Honey Tea, LLC | www.zenbearhoneytea.com/
Adamo’s Italian Bakery | www.adamositalianbakery.com
Wolfgang Mock/ Breadtopia | www.wolfgangmock.com
Spring Day Creamery | www.springdaycreamery.com
Pleasant Hill Grain | pleasanthillgrain.com
Brazen Baking | www.brazenbaking.com
USDA | www.rd.usda.gov/me

Yo Momma’s Apron Strings | www.yomommasapronstrings.com
STONEFLOWER QUILT
Daily Bread Bakery | www.dailybreadlowsodium.com
RFGH | www.rfgh.net
P & C Pottery
Turtle Rock Farm | www.turtlerockmaine.com
ACE Sharpening Belfast
Mill Cove Baking Company | www.millcovebakingco.com
Sugar Tree | www.sugartree.webs.com
Ora
Hootenanny Bread
FIORE ARTISAN OLIVE OILS AND VINEGARS
| www.FIOREoliveoils.com
The Bankery, LLC Custom Cakes and Pastries | www.thebankery.com
My Pie | www.facebook.com/mypieforyou/
Sawyer’s Maple Farm | www.sawyersmaple.com
Sunshine Apothecary | www.sunshineapothecary.com
Casco Bay Creamery | www.cascobaycreamery.com
Borealis Bread
Back 40 Bakehouse | www.back40bakehouse.com
Blue Lily Pottery
Savagesse
Tupperware by Charlin | www.charlinwilliams.my.tupperware.com
Midsummer Nights Meadow Farm | www.uniquemainefarms.com
Balfour Farm | www.balfourfarmdairy.com
North Star Orchards | www.northstarorchards.me
Crooked Face Creamery | www.crookedfacecreamery.com
World Medical Guide | worldmedicalguide.com
Betsy’s Fancy Fudge | www.betsysfudge.com
Roberta’s Herbs | www.robertahorsman.com

2021 Vendor Guidlines

Please complete the online vendor application, or:
Download and mail your application to:

Maine Grain Alliance, Attn: Bread Fair, PO Box 1140, Skowhegan, ME 04976

We will assess applications upon receipt, and quickly alert everyone with the results as soon after April 24th as practicable. Space allowing, we may accept applications after that date.

Vendor Details & Pricing
We cannot supply tables, chairs, or other equipment.

Indoor space, 10’ X 10’: $75
Outdoors space, 10’ X 10’: $50

Weather protection is your responsibility. Multiple spaces will be available outside. Anyone with an outdoor booth may relocate under the grandstand in the case of rain.