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JULY 4J-7, 2024

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Widely known as the "Grandaddy of all the Art and Craft Fairs," the Mountain State Art and Craft Fair (MSACF) has been an Appalachian tradition since 1963 and has served as a template for organizing and implementing a professional and successful art and craft fair. Now in its 62nd year, the fair introduces guests to juried artisan exhibitors - chosen for their unique talent and products and excellent skills and craftsmanship. The fair also showcases numerous live performers, competitions, and great eats and treats from vendors near and far.

Each year, visitors to the Mountain State Art and Craft Fair can see our exhibitors showcase their talents and, if they'd like, sign up for classes to learn various traditional crafting techniques. Entertainment this year will capture the culture and heritage of the Appalachian artisan with an addition of new sights and sounds. It provides attendees of all ages the chance to create new memories while attending various family-friendly daily activities besides shopping and education.  

The 2024 MSASF is scheduled to start on Thursday, July 4, and go through Sunday, July 7. The fair will operate from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. 

The MSACF is hosted on the grounds of the Cedar Lakes Conference Center, located near Ripley, WV, and only a few short miles from I-77. Cedar Lakes Conference Center is approximately 40 miles north of Charleston and 40 miles south of Parkersburg.

Due to its location in the Mid-Ohio Valley, the MSACF is a great day trip for the family, or you can make it a summer destination vacation!  

Assembly Hall Building:  $2000

Cooking and Demonstration Stage: $2000

Ticket Booths:  $1500 for all or $400 for one

Main Entertainment Stage (40x40):  $1500

Craft House Building:  $1500

Corneal Tent (40x40): $1000

Courtesy Gold Carts "Limos":  $600 each (two total)

Quilt Show: $500

Directional Map Stands (positions throughout fairgrounds) $200 each (six total)

Jackson Hall Building:  $250

Corn for Cornmeal Tent: $250

Antique tractor and Engine Show:  $200


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