Artisans and Food

Traditional Artisans

Learn about traditional methods for producing items like glass, artwork and fabrics from several artisans. Their demonstrations will reinforce the balance of artistry and practicality that was an essential part of their advocations.


  • Glassblower William Pfeffer 
  • Second Saturday Spinners/Weavers
  • Quill & Pen Artist, Ed Kane
  • Flax To Linen Demo, Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation

Food Vendors

Enjoy a selection of eats and drinks sure to please the entire family. Many of Easton’s downtown restaurants will also be open for the day.

Porters’ Pub

  • Beer, wine & cocktails

Kfarsghab Club

  • Chicken & garlic pita wrap

  • Soda & water

3rd & Ferry Fish Market

  • Crab Fries

  • Peel & eat shrimp

  • Steamers

  • Fries

  • Water

Tierra De Fuego

  • Empanadas

  • Guacamole

  • Pande bonos (cheese bread)

  • Tacos

  • Chorizo/Arepa

  • Corn on the cob

Betty’s Old Fashioned

  • Lemonade/Limeade/Orangeade

  • Strawberry lemonade

  • Iced tea

  • Arnold Palmer

  • Bottled water

Greek Street

  • Greek gyros (beef, lamb & chicken)

  • Stuffed grape leaves

  • Greek pierogies

  • Baklava

  • Greek fries

Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House

  • Cuban sandwiches

  • Watermelon wedges

  • Fresh squeezed lemonade and Iced sweet tea
  • The Quadrant will also be hosting local author Ken Klabunde’s book signing and Powerpoint for his new book “Remembering the Orpheum Theatre” 12-2pm.



  • Frozen yogurt

  • Frozen lemonade

  • Pretzels
  • Ice Coffee

Mad J’s BBQ

The Standard

Kona Ice

Papa’s Kettle Korn