In addition to all the great food, the annual Sacramento Jewish Food Faire includes 38 arts and crafts vendor booths offering a wide variety of original art, handcrafts, and treats.  Typically we have Judaica items, bath and body products, pet items, pottery and ceramics, glass art, local kosher honey, wood art, gourd art, knitted and crocheted items, quilts and other fabric arts, handmade fair-trade items from around the world, and a wide variety of handmade jewelry.  There is something for every taste and budget!

The following vendors are registered for the 2017 Jewish Food Faire:

Amina Harris – Amina Harris Jewelry Designs

Bill Juhl – Bill Juhl

Catherine and Peter Perkins – Flop House

Catherine Engellenner – Neckware Jewelry Collection

Charles Kampf – Silverwearables

Chris and Aida Fuchs

Christina Holmes – Healthy K9 Cuisine

Corrine Kreeger – Raptor Mom: Fabric Crafts with Fun Factor

Dee Harris – Art to Wear

Denise  Rinkle – Creative Impressions Gallery

Elisabeth Baratta – Mzansi Zulu Quilts

Eva Teilmann – Eva’s Custom Creations

Gerilyn Maslowski – Gerilyns

Gerry Anderson

Gloria Pearson – My

Holly Lefebvre – Holly Made Designs

Jane Leebeck – Jane’s Rustic Ranch

Janet Boyd – Galaxy Crafts

Jennie and Kathleen Nitta – Nitta Gourds

Johanna Bernardy – Love Your Body Essentials

John Graham – My 60 Second Miracle

Josh Zeldner – Z Specialty

Ken and Dahlynn McKowen – Woodstock and Yarn

Laura Kneppel – Rocky Raku

Laurie Dahl – Global Good

Linda Fraser – Rylin Designz

Mary Carmen Duran

Mary Lou Anderson – Anything Glass

Myra Myers – Hooked on Crochet

Nat and Ted Groves – Ted Groves

Richard Wong – R&P2W Designs

Rosemary Costa – Cards and Cases

Sandy Feder – Sandy Feder Art Glass

Sharon Tanovitz – SAT Design

Wendy Castro – Wendy’s Pampered Pets

Yehuda Tassa – Sabra Jewelry Design