Plowshares Craftsfair

Program & Craftsperson Directory

Admission $2.00

Craftsperson Directory

5 ELEMENTS COLLECTIVE
Syracuse, 315-289-4044
stained glass, leatherwork, oil lamps


TOM ALBANI
Phoenix, 315-695-1227
silver jewelry, precious metal, clay


LORI ANDERSON
Little Falls, 315-429-3319
handmade clothing


PETER BALDWIN
Syracuse, 315-416-3767
custom painted t-shirts


MERRI BALDWIN
Homer, 607-749-3354
rag rugs, ornaments, eggs


REBEKAH BALDWIN
Liverpool, 315-559-1597
pottery


LINDA BARBOUR
Syracuse, 315-345-5403
homemade delicacies, African clothes


KATHY BARRY
Syracuse, 315-425-7257
hats, bags, clothes


SUSAN BASCH
Pennellville, 315-676-2550
crystal beaded jewelry


AMY BOWERS
Syracuse, 315-425-9677
drawings, framed art, cards


ADUKE BRANCH
Syracuse, 315-491-4626
earrings, dolls, shadow box figurines


MADGE BROWER & BOYS
Fayetteville, 315-445-2560
bead, glass jewelry, clay figures


CANDACE CAIN
Munnsville, 315-495-6737
silver jewelry, willow baskets


GAIL CALLOWAY
Jordan, 315-689-9975
ornaments, boxes, journals, scarves

ANN CANASTRA
Liverpool, 315-657-3700
pressed flower art, cards, frames


IRJA CANTORI
Wolcott, 315-594-6330
painted eggs, gourds, knits, ornaments


COMMON PLACE CRAFTS
Truxton, 607-842-6799
gourds, soaps, ornaments medicinals


ALICIA COOK
Hogansburg, 518-358-9992
Native American arts and crafts


CORA COOL-MIHALYI, KAATJE
PULLMAN, WILLA MIHALYI-ROCH
Syracuse, 315-472-9386
earrings, glasses cases, pouches


RAINBOW CROW
Spencer, 607-351-8749
silver jewelry, gemstones


DARTE PRODUCTIONS
Syracuse, 315-472-2369
photos/cards


SCHAELON & MATTHEW DAVIS
Syracuse, 315-476-7953
prints, paintings, greeting cards


DONNA DAVIS
Hamilton, 315-750-8964
soaps, bath salts


MARIAN DEBONA
Syracuse, 315-471-1226
beaded jewelry


MICHAL DOWNIE
Fayetteville, 315-637-0981
wire, gemstone jewelry


CATHY DRAKE
Syracuse, 315-446-5319
fleece items, flower prints


DAN DUGGAN
Red Creek, 315-754-8946
dulcimer music cds


WENDY EDWARDS
Manlius, 315-682-9635
hats, scarves, bags, pillows

MELESA FALEY & HILDE COOPER
Syracuse, 315-463-1832
mittens, hats, dog treats


BARBARA FLOCH
Syracuse, 315-478-6067
jewelry, knitted items, yarn


TERESA FLORACK
Syracuse, 315-471-1269
vegan organic cookies


KATHY FONDA
Baldwinsville, 315-516-3771
handbags


LYNDA LLOYD FUCHS
Syracuse, 315-422-7700
baubles and beads


SUZANNE GAGLIE
Ithaca, 607-277-3474
grain filled pillows


KEVIN GALLELLI
Palmyra, 315-597-0294
batik clothing


CHERYL GEIGER
Liverpool, 315-652-8770
fabric lamps, purses, mirrors


MANYA GOLDSTEIN
Bellefonte, 814-355-2421
decorative ceramics, clocks, masks


LISA JONG-SOON GOODLIN
Syracuse, 315-446-3068
ceramics, cards, pendants

BARRY GORDON
Baldwinsville, 315-638-4749
wooden utensils


SHERRY GORDON
Syracuse, 315-479-5393
scarves, shawls, table centerpieces

GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Syracuse, 315-478-0901
quilt, bed warmers, ornaments

 

KATHY HAENDLE
Nedrow, 315-469-3345
jewelry, t-shirts, clothing, quilted items


ANDREI HAND
Kenmore, 716-871-1924
iron & copper bowls, candlesticks


CYNTHIA HAND
Kenmore, 716-871-1924
metal, stone jewelry


LIZ HANDLER
Syracuse, 315-492-3007
kid’s clothes, hats, fleece hats


LAVERGNE HARDEN
Syracuse, 315-449-0037
photos, wearable art, stationery


LILLIE M HARRIS
Syracuse, 315-445-2459
cakes, cookies, pies


JOANNE RAE HART
Syracuse, 315-373-5484
stone, bone, shell, glass jewelry


EDWARD HAZZARD
Syracuse, 315-487-2194
fabric covered journals, boxes


JOHN HEARD
Syracuse, 315-478-1740
rain sticks, tube drums


ANNE HELFER
Syracuse, 315-422-4313
functional pottery, wood items


RACHEL HENDERSON &
DESIRA PESTA
Syracuse, 315-422-0792
t-shirts, cards, wreaths, ornaments


MICHELLE HERNANDEZ
Little York, 315-439-9430
quilted dog toys


CAROL HORAN
Syracuse, 315-479-8707
greeting cards and collages


KATHERINE HUGHES
Syracuse, 315-479-6897
mugs, bowls, pins, sculptures


CASSANDRA INGRAM
Syracuse, 315-422-8427
crocheted hats, infant wear


BOB & JANE JONES
Sherburne, 607-674-4842
homemade pet treats


KAREN KERNEY
Jamesville, 315-469-0403
puppets, clothes, edibles

SUSAN KNOBEL
North Syracuse, 315-458-5938
sewn & quilted items, bibs, aprons


LIZ MICHO
Marietta, 315-636-8888
stained

ROBERT LEVY
Syracuse, 315-476-4137
porcelain & stoneware pottery


JUDY CLAIRE LIEBLEIN
Syracuse, 315-469-8445
ceramic jewelry & pendants


MARCY LINSNER
Syracuse, 315-474-0258
wooden jewelry


CATHY LOBDELL
Syracuse, 315-422-0947
crochet coats, shawls, hats


MARY LOEHR
Ithaca, 607-256-9733
patches, books, art envelopes


CANDY LUCAS
Auburn, 315-258-3706
collage/photomontage


JACQUELYN MAYE
Syracuse, 315-445-8747
African & ethnic art, candles, clothes


JILL MCANDREW
Fayetteville, 315-637-4502
silver, semi-precious stone jewelry


JOELLE MCANDREW
Syracuse, 315-422-9692
fabric items, dolls, bags


PHIL MCCRAY
Newfield, 607-379-0262
ceramic & marble tiles


KIWI MCDOWELL
Syracuse, 800-211-1202
note cards, magnets, prints


LINDA LEE MILLER, JERRY
MILLER, CAROLINE O'CONNOR
Baldwinsville, 315-635-6627
handbags, jewelry, note cards


RALPH MINNIFIELD
Syracuse, 315-428-0312
leather art, oils, incense, soaps


HEATHER MITCHELL
Little Falls, 315-868-1700
framed and matted photographs

MICHAEL MOODY
Syracuse, 315-423-0264
art originals and prints


MOSI VILLAGE
Syracuse, 315-479-5757
ornaments, pins, dolls, books pins, dolls, books


RITA MUHAMMAD
Syracuse, 315-498-4448
pies, poundcakes, cheesecakes


SHEILA MURPHY &
HELEN LANDFEAR
Syracuse, 315-449-0570
tea cozies, dish mats, stockings, oils

JIM NELSON
Fairhaven, 315-947-6713
pen & ink drawings, 3-D cards


KEN NICHOLS
Liverpool, 315-451-7199
pottery, frames, boxes

BRENDA OCAMPO
Syracuse, 315-476-1807
glass, stone, retro jewelry


SYBIL PRESKI
Rome, 315-336-5408
polymer clay


KAREN PATTON
Syracuse, 315-445-0935
wire, silver, dichroic glass jewelry


CATHY PENCE
Mattydale, 315-427-4583
stained glass, sun catchers


SANDY PLUMB
Rome, 315-865-8301
watercolor cards


NANCY POWELL
Kirkville, 315-656-5206
sterling, gem, dichroic, amber jewelry


SYBIL PRESKI
Rome, 315-336-5408
polymer clay


FELICIA PROUD
Syracuse, 315-469-7172
sterling and gemstone jewelry


RICK REINA
Syracuse, 315-575-0287
soap bars, balms, gift baskets


LINDA REMIG
Hannibal, 315-564-6643
baskets, flower pots, wreaths

DAVID REYEN
Baldwinsville, 315-635-8817
silks, silver jewelry


SALLY & ALAN ROCK-BLAKE
Jamesville, 315-475-4784
canvas bags, purses


SUSAN ROLLINGS
Candor, 607-659-3923
hand dyed & painted clothing dyed & painted clothing


MARGE RUSK
Syracuse, 315-476-7635
nature crafts, wreaths, catnip fish


CINDY SCHMIDT
Mexico, 315-963-1494
paintings, prints, bags, clocks


JEANNE SHENANDOAH &
DOROTHY WEBSTER
Nedrow, 315-492-1440
beadwork, quilts, corn husk dolls


ALEX SHERMAN-CROSS
beaded jewelry, keychains


SHANNON SIMPSON
Syracuse, 315-479-7520
silver, gemstone jewelry


CHRISTI SOBEL
Brooktondale, 607-539-7805
cards, magnets, etchings, gift boxes


DEBORAH SORRENTINO
Syracuse, 315-423-8894
ceramic tile art


IRENA SOSTAK
Syracuse, 315-383-9217
flower greeting cards


VIRGINIA SPINA
Jamesville, 315-682-7333
handmade soaps, papers


PAM STEWART
Dewitt, 315-446-6623
gourd, antler, leather items


MARIE SUMMERWOOD
Syracuse, 315-476-1256
crafts, herbals, potholders, soaps


SYRACUSE CULTURAL WORKERS
Syracuse, 315-474-1132
cards, posters, calendars


SAM TARBANIA
Fayetteville, 315-637-1550
clay figures

NOELLE UEBELE
Plainville, 315-635-7637
drawings, prints, cards


ANNE UVA
Syracuse, 315-474-2134
books, mini bags, cards


ROSE VIVIANO
Syracuse, 315-437-7657
stained glass, restoration glass, restoration


SANDRA WASHINGTON
Dewitt, 315-446-7283
tote bags, purses, magnets


GINA & BOB WELLS
Dexter, 315-639-3431
cooper, brass jewelry


TANYA ZABINSKI &
JOE DIPASQUALE
Buffalo, 716-885-2197
silkscreen tshirts


PAULA ZEBROWSKI
East Syracuse, 315-656-3035
woodcrafts
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Women Transcending Boundaries

 

PLOWSHARES
Plowshares is a community marketplace of handmade crafts including clothing, jewelry, rugs, bowls, art work, books, useful and fanciful objects and more. Music, food, and a spirit of camaraderie create a weekend of commerce, grassroots-style; a wonderful opportunity to connect at year's end and share in the life and culture of a regional marketplace that has no corporate headquarters. Our Central New York tradition is the collective effort of many peace and justice workers creating a once-a-year community.

This is a craftsfair free of corporate domination. All participating craftspeople make their crafts by hand and by their own design. We are proud that Plowshares is the favorite venue of many of the crafters and anticipated each year as a enjoyable family event.

This is our second year at Nottingham High School. The new location has given us room for additional crafters and better parking. We are very pleased to be part of the school's annual calendar, contributing to its role as a community resource.

SYRACUSE PEACE COUNCIL (SPC)
SPC was founded in 1936 as an anti-war organization. For 69 years the Peace Council has been inspired by its vision of a world in which war, violence, and exploitation in any form will no longer exist. Over the years we have grown from a group with a few members working out of their homes to an organization with many people sharing a full program of activities to educate, agitate and organize. We have outgrown our home of 30 years and are looking for new space for our peace and justice work.

We believe that social injustices cannot be understood in isolation from each other, nor can they be overcome without recognizing their economic and militaristic roots. Included in our vision of a better world is an economic system that places human needs above monetary profit.

Our political values and personal lives shape and reflect each other. In both we are committed to nonviolent means of resolving conflict and to a process of deliberation and decision-making that responds to the needs of all.

Peace and social justice struggles have reached unprecedented levels around the globe and constant
organizing is taking place around these struggles. Many people, some who are traditionally seen as part of the mainstream, are adding their voices and energy to the work. We believe that we can all be part of the global struggle for progressive change and that one voice can make a difference. For more information about the Syracuse Peace Council, stop by the SPC table, located in the cafeteria.

THE PEACE NEWSLETTER (PNL)
The PNL is one of the main educational projects of SPC, strengthening communication in our community. Published 11 times per year, the PNL serves as an internal newsletter as well as an alternative/critical voice on local, national, and international issues. The monthly calendar lists progressive events in the region to help encourage participation in diverse community activities.

Our advertisers are a steady source of support and we hope that you will support them in turn. Since publishing criticism of the powers that be isn't the easiest way to raise money, we rely on PNL subscribers to keep this important voice strong. We don't only want your money (one-year subscription is $15); articles, artwork and letters to the editor are greatly desired.

PEACE IS PRECIOUS AND DOESN'T COME FREE
The Plowshares Craftsfair and Winter Peace Festival is SPC's largest fund-raising event each year. All profits support the resolute ongoing work to educate, agitate, and organize for a peaceful and just world.

Imperialism - wearing the cloak of free trade or antiterrorism - is expensive. The bill is paid with money taken from healthcare, education, housing, services for youth, seniors, the poor and the hungry. As the need for peace and justice work continues, so too we must ask for money and other kinds of support. The admission cost is $2 for those who can afford this, and we hope that you will give more if you can. No one will be turned away.

And they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks;
nation shall not lift up sword against nation,
neither shall they learn war anymore.

STAY IN TOUCH WITH SPC
In addition to the Peace Newsletter, check out our website. There you can sign up for a low-volume email list featuring a weekly e-newsletter of upcoming events. Feel free to visit us at the house at: 924 Burnet Ave., Syracuse, NY 13203 315.472.5478 spc@peacecouncil.net
www.peacecouncil.net