Vendors & Craftsmen

The Festival Committee works diligently all year round to create a unique Celtic experience for our attendees, sponsors, patrons.

Our vendors are particular to this experience!

Vendor craftsmen merchandise designs are inspired from the Celtic Nations of Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Isle of Man, Brittany, Cornwall, and Gallaecia.

Every year we have a fantastic group of professional, quality vendors of Celtic themed merchandise – arts, jewelry, musical instruments, clothing, flags and banners, books, candles, beauty products – and this year is no different.

Due to obstacles with the proposed site location and lack of other alternatives at this late date, The SASMM Board of Directors have come to the conclusion that we will not be able to hold a Festival in 2019.

We are determined to take the ensuing time to plan an event for 2020 that will live up to the high standards we have set for ourselves as a Society.
The Board would like to apologize for any inconvenience on behalf of our Clans, Vendors, and Participants, and we do hope to see you in 2020.  Regular communications will be sent out as we progress.
Please consider participating in the planning of this monumental event.  A little bit of donated time can go a very long way.

2018  Crafters & Vendors

A Little Irish Too

A Little Pottery

Adrian Jenkins Photography

Argyll Collection

The Ballydesmond Co/ Irish Peat Fire Logs

The Bee Folks

The Celtic Bag

Celtic Folkworks

Celtic Treasures

Celtic Vibe


Das Rhino Forge

Family Name Histories

Highland Heritage

Infamous Welsh Cookie Company 

 Just Peachy Jewels

La Wren’s Nest

The Larkin Tea Company

Lord’s of the Seas

Marlex Crafts

Metals and Pieces

Mo’Darva Glass

Rapunzel’s Braiding

RE Piland Goldsmiths

Renaissance Lavender

The Scottish Gourmet

Spiral Flutes

St. Kilda USA

Strike Daekins

Sunflower Trading

Swashbuckler’s Den

Tilley’s Favorite Dog Biscuits