Vendors

We are now accepting applications for 2017. Click here to download an application. See below for a list of our 2016 vendors.

  • Jill and Nowell Smith are the proprietors of NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY, with a wide array of hand-crafted fine jewelry from the Southwest, in addition to Crystals and Healing Stones.
  •  Jim Cathcart operates the 4 CORNERS, INC. site, offering some extraordinary hand-made pottery, Navajo jewelry and Kachina dolls
  •  Running Deer is a vendor who came to us last year with her STAR GAZR CREATIONS from West Virginia.  She travels with some incredible grandchildren and is an amazing story-teller in her own right.  Offering a variety of hand-made crafts, clothing and jewelry, she also brings some beautifully created regalia to the table.
  •  Carol Sobolewski is a regional artist who owns and operates the LITTLE HERON NATIVE ARTS & CRAFTS.  Her merchandise includes handmade beadwork, silver jewelry and t-shirts.
  •  GRAY WOLF TRADING POST is a business run by Philip “Doc” Rice.  Doc’s merchandise includes beadwork, leather crafts, bags, jewelry, books and CD’s/DVD’s.
  •  The SPOTTED FAWN TRADING POST is operated by Tom and Colette “Spotted Fawn” Shay.  They offer wood crafts, a variety of Native American crafts and clothing created by Spotted Fawn.
  • SILVER ARROW GALLERY is run by Alan Schramm and his family.  This is one of the largest units at the event and the array of merchandise includes silver jewelry, Native American art, leather goods, herbal teas & creams, books, sage, beads and much more…you could spend a vast amount of time here if you can squeeze around all the other shoppers.

Spirit Hawk Gallery

  • Joining us for the first time this year is SPIRIT HAWK GALLERY.  Located in Leola, Pennsylvania, Spirit Hawk Gallery  is owned and operated by Tamara and Dennis Calabrese. Offering a wide range of merchandise including jewelry, baskets, wildlife art reproduction artifacts, leather goods and organic skin care and make up products.  Tamara makes jewelry and Dennis does leather work and they have been operating their gallery for over 21 years
  •  Linda Jardscrak operates the MORNING SKY TRADING POST and offers craft supplies beads and components, leather, blankets and lapidary.
  • These are some of our vendors presenting this year. In addition I am happy to say that Flute Maker Val Kobrin of HAWKEYE’S NEST will be returning  Val Kobrin - Hawkeyes Nestto offer his talents as a flute maker and he will be located at the ArtFusion19464 tent, where we will also have story-telling for the whole family to enjoy and children’s activities.
  • The CIRCLE LEGACY CENTER, who is the presenting partner for this powwow, will be Mama's Soup Coupeoffering their own fry-bread food stand and MAMA’S SOUP COUPE  will be returning with their famous soups, buffalo burgers and other fantastic foods to enjoy.

 

  • New to the PowWow on Manatawny Creek this year is GEORGE ULLOA.  George brings us a wide variety of Native American arts and crafts including original beadwork, jewelry, artifacts, clothing and regalia.    G Ulloa 1