Event Phone: 207-625-3396
October 1, 2022
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join us for a fall celebration of Maine craft! Featuring an artisan fair with demonstrations, workshop tours, live music and great food.
Come see the progress at the old mill and check out the Community Woodworking Shop, stone wall building area, vegetable garden and new artisan spaces. Free and open to the public!
This event is part of the Maine Craft Weekend, an annual statewide tour of Maine craft studios and events. Maine Craft Weekend offers an opportunity for the public to explore the life and work of craft artists and businesses in Maine, and for artists to connect with craft enthusiasts, collectors and visitors.
Free or donor ticket registration is available, but not necessary for attendance. It’s just there if you’d like to let us know you’re coming, or if you’d like to support our work at Tear Cap Workshops.
Masking will be optional for this event. Individuals who would like to continue wearing a mask are encouraged to do so.
Please leave your pets at home; breathe easy because Tear Cap Workshops is a smoke-free property; and drive slow and safe!
Hope to see you Saturday!
A big thank you to our lead sponsor, Hancock Lumber!
Additional support from: The Cote Corporation; DieselWorks, LLC; Minuteman Press; Norway Savings Bank and Repose Fire Logs
Featured demonstrators include:
Karl Gifford, Sebago Stonework
Ida Atkinson, basketmaker
Matthew Burke, wood carver
Bull Ring Farm, corn harvesting and polenta demonstration – please bring your own flint corn if you’d like to grind it here!
Alex Edney, Edney Guitars
Eve Abreu, Ravenwood Studio
Brian Grady, sawyer
Scott Campbell, timberframer
Cheryl Callahan, fiber artist
Gabrial Gray, woodworker
Sally Williams, Hiram Historical Society