Colonial Times: A Day to Remember


Olde Towne Artisans’ Fair
Preview Party: April 25 from 5–7 pm
Event: April 26–27, 2014

boys looking into cabin

We will be placing 20 directional signs at key intersections with the Artisans’ Fair Logo/ name. This will make it easy for all to find the Artisans’ Fair.

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Download an application form
. You can fill in the form on your computer and submit it via email or print it out and mail it in. If you choose to submit the form via email you will still need to mail in the initial fee.

If you are a musician interested in performing at the event, contact music coordinator Pam Teston. Her email address is

View a video slideshow of a past event

The Lacemaker


interior of Perry Hill cabin

11th Annual Artisans' Fair

We are most pleased and excited to announce the call for artists for the tenth annual Olde Towne Artisans’ Fair to take place at the beautiful living history park in the heart of Historic North Augusta, SC.

NEW: We will have a Silent Auction starting on Friday and ending on Sunday. Come to the Fair to find out more and see the great artwork available!

Olde Towne and its friends and supporters are planning a high quality art festival in this beautiful park. The site is green and shady with a lovely central lawn and a gurgling stream. A colonial tavern, outdoor beehive oven, blacksmith shop, smoke house, and eighteenth century meeting house contribute to the serene atmosphere of the park. The park is a gem and a perfect site for an arts festival.

The purpose of this The Artisans’ Fair is to highlight a wide array of Fine Artists and Skilled Artisans. In addition to booths displaying items for sale, several sites throughout the park will have craftsmen demonstrating their skills. The park with its greenery, stream, footbridge, and eighteenth century buildings is a wonderful backdrop for a top-notch festival.

Our goal, as always, is to produce a top tier event that is profitable, enjoyable for the artists, and exciting for the visitors; a place where each artist is made to feel at home and will look forward to coming back each year. We want this to be the one event each year that you will put on your calendar in ink rather than pencil.

The Festival will start on Friday night with a preview Gala. Again this year the North Augusta Chamber of Commerce will join us in hosting this Gala. Visitors who attend this special—and free—preview will be able to meet the artists, partake of music, wine, cheese, and hors d’oeuvres, and be the first to see and purchase the fine arts and crafts.

Musician Tim McGaw plays the dulcimer for visitors



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Special information for
out of town guests:

Several area hotels are offering discounts to those visiting the park. Call them for more information..

The Sleep Inn in North Augusta
921 Edgefield Rd.
North Augusta, SC 29841
phone: 803-202-0209
fax: 803-202-0147

Country Inn and Suites
3270 Whiskey Road
Aiken, SC 29803
phone: 803-649-4024

The event has the sponsorship of

Funding assistance provided by Aiken County through accommodations tax funds.