Historic Southern Maryland's Largest Craft Fair Festival Since 1975.
NOTE: Zoning issues are preventing us from holding this event. This site will be updated when this situation changes.
Many artisans and crafters selling, displaying, and demonstrating original creations. Home improvement venders will also be included. Games, live entertainment, and LOTS OF GOOD FOOD.
Fall Show: CANCELLED (always first weekend in Oct)
Show is open from 10 am to 4 pm daily. Rain or Shine.
100% of all Craft Fair Proceeds go to Local and International Lions Club Community Service Programs such as: Leader Dogs, Vision Support, Free Vision Screenings, local scholorships, Christmas food baskets for local needy families, and much more!
We are always looking for quality crafters for our Spring and Fall Craft Shows.
Fall Show: $175 for both days
-- Each crafter's space is approximately 10 x 10 feet.
-- We rent you the space, we do not provide tables, chairs, or tents.
-- Some spaces have access to electric and water.
-- No space is saved/confirmed until payment is received.
-- This is a "Rain or Shine" event.
-- First timer? View pictures of previous Craft Fair events on our
"Pictures" link at left!
Rules if you are accepted;
- You may set up the Friday before the show from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
- For safety, all vehicles must be removed from the vender area by 8:00
AM on the day of the show.
- Crafters must stay within your space. You cannot spread out in front
or to the sides.
- The Lions Club will do everything we can to assure your same space
from the year before. However, in some cases, you may be moved
because other crafters are buying more space.
- Hours for both shows are 10 AM to 4 PM each day.
- For safety, no crafter may bring their vehicle on the lot until 4:30 PM.
We need two pictures of your crafts.
Interested Food Venders
To participate, you will need a Prince George's County Food Service Facility Permit.
Food vendors are only charged 15% of gross earnings, no other fees. To participate or request additional information, please contact the Craft Fair Coordinator at 301-782-7900 or CraftFair@BrandywineLions.com.
Brief history of our Craft Fair and Home Show:
In the early years, the Brandywine Lions functioned as a Civic Organization raising money for the community by selling light bulbs, Christmas trees, brooms, etc. In the 1960’s, the club held an auction selling furniture that had damaged in the store donated by the Curtis Brothers Store. In the mid 1970’s, club member Lion Tom Liebel liked Steam Engines so we started what was a Flea Market with a Steam Engine Farm Life Show theme which was a great success. Mr. George Curtis helped us move the show to his property which was called "The Curtis Farm." Mr. Curtis was at the time attending Craft Shows, and through his expertise and using his office to coordinate marketing, the show grew from year to year. The theme of the show has changed over the years to reflect the public direction and interest. The show is one of the most successful financial ventures in Lions Multiple District 22-C. The show was moved to the property purchased by the Brandywine Lions Club with the funds obtained through its success. The show continues to be a successful source of income to fulfill our commitment to serve our community.