Once again, the Moretown Artisans Sale will host a raffle and silent auction that will benefit Hannah’s House and their mission to¬†help families of young adults who are, or have been, in emotional crisis find a sustainable path to emotional well being through the exploration of alternative ways of thinking and relating, and to provide tools of prevention for growing families.

Plus our artist have generously donated some incredible artwork so whether you bid on a Silent Auction item or buy a ton of raffle tickets, you’ll not only be supporting a great cause, but you could take home some sweet prizes! Here’s a look at what you could score. Click here for more info about our Artists.

  • Fine Art – Wait until you see the beautiful artwork donated by Amanda Ruth Clemons, Art by Anna, Cat Illustrates, Sam Made and Art by Alix.
  • Jewelry – The items donated by June Mendell, Raegan Hough Metahlsmith and Leatherworker and Manny Beads will make perfect gifts for a lucky lady on your list.
  • Pottery – Just in time for Hot chocolate season, you could win pottery donated by Montalto Pottery, N3 Pottery and more.
  • Sweet Treats – Everyones sweet tooth will be satisfied if you win one of the items donated by Boone’s Fudge or Marsh Hollow.
  • Botanticals – Get herbalicious with the gifts donated by The tiny Tea House, The Ripple Effect, Green Village Soaps and Three Sprig Farm
  • Gifts for Everyone – Dinofrio Handbags, E2 Creations, Mad Women in the Attic. Llama Love, Woodland Knits and more will have gifts for everyone on your list
  • Ultimate Beer-Geek Gift – We are excited to announce that we will have a killer SIPtemberfest 2014 VIP package for two! It will include entry for 2 to the 2014 event, t-shirts and more. This package will also have some extra prizes, but you’ll have to come to the show to see what they are!


An alena botanica original, soiled by Irene

One of the harder parts of the flood clean up was seeing artwork muddied, in tatters and unsalvageable on the garbage pile. The prospect for artists faced with having to recreate their entire collections and inventory from scratch was and still is daunting. So when it came time to start planning the Moretown Artisans’ Sale, it seemed only fitting that we incorporate a fundraiser to aid the artists this sale was started by in the first place!

Our commemorative t-shirt will only be available at the Moretown Artisans' Sale, while supplies last!

This year, we are pleased to announce the Wet Paint Fund! Conveniently located in booth #1 at the Moretown Artisans’ Sale, you’ll find our super cool commemorative flood tshirts in men’s, women’s and even kid’s sizes, making them perfect gifts for everyone you know. You’ll also be able to bid on items in our silent auction, featuring a wide array of artwork donated by our vendors (check out our silent auction list here!) and make donations directly to the WPF. All proceeds will be distributed as grants for deserving local artists with the aim to help them get their businesses back on track.

The deadline to apply for a Wet Paint Fund grant is December 16. Click here for our short and easy application and get yours in today! Please share this news with anyone you think should apply and we’ll see you December 10 & 11 at the Moretown Elementary School!