Artisans Wanted To Exhibit and Sell Handmade Original Arts And Crafts at 2019 ARTISAN SPECIAL EVENT ~ SHOPPING AT THE MARKET!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH ~ 10:00 am – 4 pm
AT THE BASTROP 1832 FARMERS MARKET, 1302 Chestnut Street, Bastrop TX.
Booth Cost is $50 each. This event is for Artisans (Hand-Made, Original Arts And Crafts Only) which includes items such as: Ceramics and Pottery, Glass mosaics, Painting, Hand-made jewelry, Photography, Fiber art, Wood art, Metal art, Folk art-baskets, cards (hand-drawn, photographic), soaps, and candles, and other handmade items.
Pick up application form at market from Dolores Leeper, Scented Pleasures booth or download application:
Download a PDF copy here 2019 artisan application
A variety of additional artisans will be presenting handmade arts/crafts such as jewelry made of natural stones/gems, cut glass, mosaic, embroidered/heat press clothing items, wood crafts, children’s clothing and jewelry, paintings, pottery, bird baths, bird feeders, wind chimes, lamps, and more! Plus, all the artisan vendors who are market members showing a variety of artisan wares: metal arts, knitted goods, soaps, candles, ceramic tile art, wood furniture, and more! May also include: Ceramics, glass, and pottery, Glass mosaics, Painting, water color, etc., Hand-made jewelry, Photography, Fiber art, Wood art, Metal art, Fabric art, Folk art-baskets, cards (hand-dawn, photographic), soaps, candles. Others as approved by the Market.
SILENT AUCTION FUND RAISER for 2 non-profit organizations: Bastrop County Emergency Food Pantry and Bastrop County Animal Shelter. Items donated by our generous vendors, although donations welcomed from the public.
In addition, the farmers market will be offering fresh winter veggies, grass-fed beef, pasture raised pork and chicken, farm eggs, local raw honey, prepared goods, breads, baked goods, cookies & confections, jams, jellies, pickles, Chinese herbals, herbs, flowers, and even more!
We will also have several other local nonprofits at market asking for your support with donations of canned goods and money for pets and people.
TBA: Other events include live music.
Available right now at our market: summer crops: eggplants, summer squash, butternut squash, okra, sweet and hot peppers, potatoes, zucchini, and more. Also available: grass-fed beef, pasture raised chicken, farm eggs, local raw honey, prepared foods, breads, baked goods, cookies & confections, jams, jellies, pickles, Chinese herbals, a wide variety of plants, and more! Plus a variety of handmade artisan wares including: jewelry, soaps, candles, knitted goods, wooden bowls, and more. We gladly accept the Texas Lone Star Card (SNAP) for food purchases.
Market hours: Every Saturday 10-2, year round. Usually have live music, too!
The Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market is a project of Bastrop Sustainable Agricultural Community (BSAC), a non-profit 501c3 corporation. The mission of the Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market is to create and sustain a market space for small family farmers, ranchers, producers, and artisans, including those who are economically disadvantaged, to sell and promote their own farm and ranch products, artisan wares, ready-to-eat foods and other homemade products in a family-oriented environment. The vendors of The Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market are an enthusiastic and friendly group of farmers, ranchers and artisans. Our market features locally grown food: vegetables, fruits, farm eggs, meats, honey, prepared foods, plus handcrafted artisan goods. Please come visit us soon!
Interested in selling at Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market?
We are looking for new vendors, especially of vegetables and fruits from small family farms.
We are also looking for producers; whatever you can grow in Central Texas! Visit us during market hours (Saturday 10-2) and speak with Market Manager Robert Fajkus directly to discuss becoming a vendor. Our main emphasis is attracting more veggie and fruit growers. Space for added value products and artisan wares is limited at this time.
The vendors of The Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market are an enthusiastic and friendly group of farmers, ranchers and artisans. Our market features locally grown food: vegetables, fruits, farm eggs, meats, honey, prepared foods, plus handcrafted artisan goods. Inside our covered barn, located at 1302 Chestnut St. next to the Convention Center and across from City Hall in Bastrop, Texas. Please come visit us soon! We welcome the Texas Lone Star card for food purchases.
ALL Vendors will need to present copies of all applicable licenses, including sales tax, food handler’s permit, and liability insurance.
Download a PDF Fact Sheet with more information about being a vendor at Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market.
MAILING ADDRESS: (lost our physical mailbox last year).
Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market
Bastrop, TX 78602
Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market
C/O Dolores Leeper
145 Easley Rd
Smithville, TX 78957