Now in its 46th year, the Berkshire Crafts Fair will return to Monument Mountain Regional High School this August. The fair will showcase the work of 91 artists, carefully selected by jury for the quality and variety of their offerings. Visitors can expect a wide array of products and prices in each category of craft, from contemporary and traditional jewelry, to furniture, ceramics, textiles, glassware, and more. One hallmark of the fair is its breadth: the exhibition and sale draws master artisans from California to Florida to Maine.
Berkshire Crafts Fair is a not-for-profit event generating funds for scholarships and creative educational endeavors at our public high school. All income generated by the fair goes to supporting our students and school community.
When you attend and buy a ticket to the Berkshire Crafts Fair, you are ensuring the success of projects like these:
- Student-run Community Projects
- The Mountainside Pre-School Program
- Commercial Refrigerator for Farm Stand Project
- New Track
- Tennis Courts