Bethlehem Food Co-op 4th Annual Craft Fair moves to larger location with more local vendors and an Earth Day theme

The Bethlehem Food Co-op will hold its 4th Annual Craft Fair and Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 22, from 11 am – 4 pm at the St. Francis Center for Renewal on Bridle Path Road in Bethlehem. 

The new, larger venue will host more than 50 local artisans, food vendors and community organizations. Crafters include jewelry, needlecrafts, quilts, pottery, artwork, textiles, woodwork, handmade crafts, and more. Food vendors include Taza Truck, Wayfare Baker, Monocacy Coffee, Warm Sugar, and others. (The complete list of vendors can be found at the end of this press release.) The first five new members to join the co-op during the event will receive an Italian basket with wine, bread, cheese, pasta, and more.

A raffle will also be held featuring items donated by vendors and local businesses. Raffle tickets are 1 for $2 or 3 for $5. Children’s activities include hands-on science and crafts. Speakers and demos will also be featured on topics including:

  • Mindfulness towards the Earth
  • Weyerbacher beer tasting
  • Solar energy
  • Fire cider demo
  • Upcycling
  • Seed starting
  • Bethlehem Public Library
  • Alliance for Sustainable Communities

The event is free (no admission fee) and open to the public. Free onsite parking is available. More event information can be found here:

Started in 2013, the Craft Fair is a fundraiser for the Co-op. The Bethlehem Food Co-Op is owned by the community members it serves, and will support local producers and sustainable, humane, and natural food systems. Member-owners make a one-time $300 equity payment and will receive an equal voice in Co-op operations, opportunities for hands-on involvement, discount days, and access to unique educational opportunities. A monthly payment plan is available to accommodate those who need to divide up the equity payment. The Co-op currently has more than 400 member-owners. The faster the Co-op gains member-owners, the sooner the store can open its grocery store to serve the community.

The Bethlehem Food Co-Op is a diverse community encouraging physical, social, and economic health by providing healthful, affordable food; emphasizing local, sustainable, humane, and natural food systems; and offering unique educational opportunities to the entire community. More information can be found at

2017 Bethlehem Food Co-op Craft Fair Vendors



Alliance for Sustainable Community LV

Animal Food Bank of the LV

Ann’s All Naturals

Artsy Allure

Baby Cheeks Design

Bare Beauty Products

Brittany Natural Foods


Cedar & Carbon

Charmingly Us

Christ UCC Quilters

Citizens Climate Lobby

Crooked Row Farm

Dylan Veltri Woodworking

Eastern Dance Supply

Emmy Bean Jewelry

Fire and Fusion Design

Glass Goddess

Googlie Slime

Huldufolk Homestead

L2 Creations

Lehigh Valley Apraxia Network

Lehigh Valley Kombucha


Monocacy Coffee

Monocacy Farm Project 

Natural Awakenings


Paula’s Pillows

Plant A Row Lehigh Valley

Pretty Fly DIY

Reinvented Threads

Robyn Klem Designs

Shine Studio Pottery

Small Wonders Studio

Solar City

Storms End Homestead

Sunny Girl Pottery

The Art Establishment

The Art of Rachel

The Eastern Touch

The Lavender Farmette

The Taza Truck

The Wayfare Baker

Warm Sugar

Winning 2 Help Autism

Wish Knits

Wood Chips & Whipstitch

Wood Street Art

Y Nots & Baubles

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