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Festivals in Nappanee, IN.
Craft Shows, Art Shows

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September 25 - 26, 2021

(812) 571-2752
Historic Neighborhood - Madison, IN

See you in 2021! Southern Indiana's premier fine art & craft festival, handmade work by exhibitors from across the United States. Activities include entertainment, food fest, beer/wine garden, chalk walk, and kids area.

September 25 - 26, 2021

(765) 292-2626
Downtown - Atlanta, IN

Shop Main Street for unique fine arts, crafts, pottery, clothing, jewelry and more. This juried area features all handmade items. Other areas offer a wide variety of items including antiques, crafts, collectibles and more. We've got culinary delights to tempt all taste buds; everything from apple dumplings, deep fried wicks pies to Greek Foods. Catch the train at the Noblesville Transportation Museum with departures every 2 hours.

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Events in Nappanee, IN — upcoming

August 5 - 8, 2021

Amish Acres Arts and Crafts Festival

The Barns at Nappanee, Nappanee, IN

Status: Updated 1/12/2021

A Craft Show organized by The Barns at Nappanee Home of Amish Acres.
This Indiana Craft Show will have fine art, fine craft, crafts, homegrown products and antique/collectibles exhibitors, and local food booths. There will be 3 stages with Regional and Local talent and the hours will be Thu 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm. Admission tickets are $6 - $15. This event will also include: historic tours, wagon rides, paddleboat rides, musical theatre.
November 2021 (dates not updated) ?

Nappanee Home For the Holidays Craft & Vendor Market

Claywood Event Center, Nappanee, IN

Status: Updated 7/16/2020

A Craft Show organized by A Creative Twist & A.C.T. II Model & Talent Mngt.
This Indiana Craft Show will have fine art, fine craft, crafts, flea market, commercial/retail, homegrown products, corp./information and antique/collectibles exhibitors, and no food booths.