For two days each year, the Wicomico County Youth and Civic Center is transformed into a shopper’s paradise. More than 180 vendors from the East Coast will open their booths to display and sell beautiful handmade items. Jewelry, baskets, furniture, country crafts, toys, seasonal decorations and food items will be available to admire, purchase and sample.
The vast variety of items and quality have been a favorite of those who consistently support Quota’s annual fundraiser. Many loyal patrons return each year to shop at their favorite vendors and discover new vendors. Quota’s craft fairs are never the same. There is something of interest for everyone and anyone attending for the first time will be overwhelmed by the selection.
Some vendors take credit cards or personal checks with ID and everyone will accept cash, of course. To maintain a “green” theme, you are encouraged to bring your own bags, however, vendors will supply bags for their merchandise.Aside from the craft fair itself, Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus will be on hand for pictures. Parents are encouraged to bring their cameras to capture the moment. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes since you will be doing a lot of walking to see all of our 180+ vendors!
The Christmas Craft Fair is always the last Saturday and Sunday in October. The show hours are: Saturday 10:00AM – 5:00PM and Sunday 10:00AM – 4:00PM.
Quota International of Salisbury supports hundreds of students in Wicomico County through its donations to several community organizations, scholarships, and Quota of Salisbury Projects (see here for more information). This craft fair is the sole fundraiser for Quota of Salisbury.
If you would like additional information about Quota International of Salisbury, its projects or the Quota Christmas Craft Fair, please contact us here.
If interested in becoming a vendor please complete this form.