Visit the Festival Store

Tapes and CDs from most of the musicians performing at the Festival are available at the Festival Store. Visit early and often! Purchases will make both you and the musicians happy, and will help support Chandler.

The NWF T-shirt Contest

This year’s NWF T-shirt features a design by Angella Gibbons and is available in both long- and short-sleeve styles.

Angella Gibbons has been an enthusiastic New World Festival Volunteer for many years. She devotes most of her creative energy as the founding director of EarthWalk Vermont (2005), a non-profit nature mentoring organization in Plainfield. Angella lives in a solar house with her husband Dennis, in Marshfield.

This Year’s Vendors

Bradivarius violins by Bradley D. Higgins

Woodsong Herbals - Julie Manchester from Randolph, Vt. with herbal aromatherapy body care products, fair trade shea butter and teas.

Debra Denison from Waterbury, Vt. with original handmade jewelry using beads and wire.

Ang Pasi Sherpa from Burlington, Vt.. with colorful knitted hats, scarves and craft items from Nepal

Russian Village - Valentina Morse from Richmond, Vt.. with authentic Russian hand-made crafts.

Honey Knoll Farm - Darrell Smith with honey products and candles from South Royalton, Vt..

Pam Brouard from Richmond, Vt. with handcrafted semi-precious stone and crystal jewelry, bookmarks, watches, and lanyards

Flutterbeads Jewelry – Beth Morrissette with handmade beaded jewelry

Michael and Gisele MacHarg from South Royalton, Vt. with hand-woven baskets, tote baskets, hooked rugs, and small knitted items.

Caledonia’s Best from Randolph, Vt. with products made in Scotland: gifts, small craft products, whisky glasses, melamine coasters, tartan scarves and even real Scottish burning peat.

Dream in Color - Paul Reinhardt and Muff Parsons-Reinhardt with wooden items, pickles and jams, and jewelry.

Jeremy Seeger Dulcimers