Craft Booth

Bodega Bay Fishermen’s Festival

   May 4-5, 2024

Craft Booth Application

Early Bird Discount: on or before March 8, 2024. Regular fee after March 8, 2024

We’re delighted to announce that the Bodega Bay Fishermen’s Festival will be held May 4 & 5 2024 from 10am to 5pm.

Please be sure to thoroughly read this letter and the attached application. This information may also be found at under “Downloads”.

Volunteers from the Bodega Bay community run our Festival.  Residents, their relatives and friends generously give of their time and talents to assist in making this two-day event fun for everyone. Proceeds  provide support for our schools, scholarships for students and ongoing support of community services.

The Festival is advertised on radio stations, newspapers and magazines throughout Northern California. Locally we utilize roadside signs, postcards, and flyers placed in local establishments. The Festival is a long-time tradition in Bodega Bay and many people return each year. It is a fun festival with music, entertainment, local food and crafts.


NOTE:  We will allow a limited number of 10×15’ and 10×20’ spaces for fees of $500 for Early Bird Discount and $550 after March 8.  Standard booth space is 10×10’. The fees for the Early Bird Discount are $250 or $500 for a double space if a complete application (information and check) IS RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE MARCH 8.  After MARCH 8, the fees are $275 or $550.

 The fee includes entry on both days for vendor and two staff members. Any additional persons will be charged the normal entry fee. Children 12 and under are free.

Please indicate your expected arrival on either Friday night, May 3 or Saturday morning, May 4, to help us devise the best system for the flow of vehicles. More information will follow.

Returning Vendors Only: If you prefer a certain area, i.e. across from food booths, near entrance, sunny space, shady space, etc., you may indicate that on your application. We will do our best to accommodate preferences.  And returning vendors do not need to provide a photo of their craft.

Due to fire code regulations as stipulated by the Sonoma County Fire Department, each craft space is required to have a standard fire extinguisher. Crafters must show possession of an extinguisher prior to being allowed entrance.


Parking on the street or off the festival site will be required for ALL vehicles during the festival weekend. Due to the layout of the festival, no overnight RV parking/camping is allowed on the festival grounds. It is imperative that you book overnight parking as soon as possible as campgrounds fill up.

Both Sonoma County Parks and California State Parks have campgrounds in the area. Sonoma County Parks website is or call 1-707-565-2267. The State of California Parks website is or 1-800-444-7275.

List of 2023 Craft Vendors

Vendor Name Business Name
Shannon Carr B&B Market Baskets
Christine Paschal Nature Inspired Designs
Linda Powers Fabulous Faces
Leigh Paris Fun.damentals Jewelry
Alexandra Magnan Granite Mountain Arts
Beth Buck MimiB Creations
Jeff & Jimee Taylor Stonefish Pottery
Cindy Lundquist Truckee Meadows Candle
Mark & Kim Patillo After the Gold Rush
Kathleen Wolff & Jay Gordin Katie Wolff Studio and Jay Bear Knives
Jil McDaniel O & O Creations
Brooke Gilneur Aquamarine Jewelry Studio
Harald Eric Nordvold Viking Pottery
Mila Lamberson Mila Design Studio
Robert Martin Simply Stoneware
Shannon Furr Odin’s Organics
Amber Jones Amberz Art
Dana Morey Tiny Barn
Laura M Pierce Dragon’s Glass
Janette Burris Janmaries Custom Designs
Adjowah Brodie The Weekend Store
Jackie Bartch Designs by Ann n Lynn
Alison Smith Dyed & Gone to Cali
Doug Bush Wine Barrel Products
Alison Klippel Raphael Originals
David Janakos Earth Temple
Jeanette Robinson Divine Protection Crystals
Jodi Mullen & Oscar Bevilacqua Yeah Yeah Pony Prince
Gina Olibas & Mary Varela Gina’s Wood Art
Sara Scott Island Goddess
Alfonso Gonzalez Fonzie’s Artisanal Goods
Bryan Boyle Autumn Woods
Lesley Heller Extraordinary Blends
Kristen Cheung We Rock Communities
Pat Toth-Smith Pat Toth Smith Photography
Janine Lowery Glassy Meltdown
Megan Beth Brown Megan Brown Ceramics
Susie Harper Harper Designs
Jennifer Rollins Barely Lit Co.
Michele Shattuck Noyo Hilll Beeswax Wraps
Elsa Woerner Small Moves Ceramics
  and Jenica Bedford-Pugh Crafty Marketplace
Doreen Griffiths West Coast Vibez
Ciara Concannon Krinkly Batiks
Erin Anderson Erin Rose Prints
Catherine McElroy Fluid Art and g. jewelry
Mike Greene Saber & Stone Outfitters
Kidtzia Mullen Kidtzia’s Soapy Skin
Fabi Hayes Brigachero Chocolates
Sharon Corbett Coastal Treasures
Joan Kutscher JPK Artist
Michael Ecton Wine Country Photo
Brant Davis The Smokestack Company
Megan Albright Needle Bright
Melissa Elliott Creative Crayons
Kelly Kiech Sonoma County Signs
Valerie Larsen Salvage Flows
Manny Medeiros/Luke Boerum Crooked Hooker
Brena Kennedy Dom Chi Designs
Robt Wellbeloved/Jami Breen Bodega Bay Lavender
Susan Alloway Save the Tails
Erin Baker Polka Dot Welder
Peter Bailey Peter Bailey Jewely
Kristi Peterson KP Designs
Dianne Read Art 2 Live With
Carmen Sofia Jiminez Kisi Flora
Anabell Gregory Silver Chic
Barbara Bryan Simply Barbara’s Yard Art
Amy Wolfe Be Heart Now
Samba Mbow Saraba Art
Lori Cavanaugh-Martensen Swetty Betty’s Spice Rubs
Sanjiv Shrestha Singing Bowl, Baby Buddha
Jonathan Simmons Royal Farms USA LLC
Rick Duelfer Golden Era of Cinema
Duke Tran Buffalo Turquoise