Fall Craft Fair

War Eagle Fair

Each October the Ozark hills come alive with the sights, sounds and aroma of the War Eagle Mill Craft Fair. Since the Fall Fair is the epicenter of all Arkansas craft fairs, mark your calendars and gear up for a day or two at the fair. For your GPS, our physical address is 11045 War Eagle Road Rogers, Arkansas 72756.

War Eagle Mill Fall Arts and Crafts Fair

Thursday October 15th to Sunday Oct. 18th, 2015

Mill Hours: 6:30 am – 5:30 pm
Breakfast Starts at 6:30 am!
Booths open Thurs- Sat from 8 am  – 5:30 pm, Sunday from 8 am – 4:30 pm.

Live Music:
: Southern Tradition – 10 am- 3 pm

Friday: Wesley Hayes – 10 am- 3 pm
Saturday: Springstreet Band – 10 am- 3 pm
Sunday: Springstreet Band – 10 am- 3 pm

Check Out Some of Our 2015 Crafters!

  • The Rowdy Cowgirl / Jeff Brady – Leather jewelry.
  • Liping Jackson – Handmade clay animals mounted on ceramic pots, driftwood, and rocks.
  • Peter Engler Designs / Mary Bowman – Dulcimers, santa wood carvings, hiking sticks and canes, spirit face ornaments, gourd art, lye soap, and cutting boards.
  • ib1topartist / Lee Rouda – Limited edition fine art prints 24×36 on canvas.
  • Scatter Brained Collars / Jordan Clark – Handmade pet accessories, collars, leashes, flower and bow tie attachments and bandanas.
  • Joy Elizabeth Ceramics / Joy Price – Pottery- handmade mugs, jugs, spoons, plates, some jewelry, canisters and wall art.
  • Vintage Butterfly Mosaics / Vanessa Ryerse – Mosaics made from broken china, furniture, decoupage, vintage accessories and décor items.
  • Wooden Treasures / Larisa & Igor Zimin – Wooden jewelry such as necklaces, bracelets and earrings.
  • Nomad World Products LLC / Mick Whitcomb – conversion light fixtures from turn of the century machines.
  • The Knit Wit / Barbara Burns – knitted scarves, hats and handmade jewelry.
  • Anita’s Gifts & Collectibles / Anita Franklin – Matted and framed artwork, framed collectibles such as stamp art, sports art as well as handcrafted ornaments.
  • Theraganics / Jennifer Roudabush – Handmade natural bath and body products with healing purpose.
  • Luckylulu / Amber Garza – Vintage looking gas pump birdhouses, wood pet beds, jewelry, and purses.
  • Whimsical Lights /Dustin McGee – polyvinyl hand crafted lights for outdoor and inside enjoyment.
  • Little Bunny SueSue / Carol Camp– Baby blankets and children’s outfits.
  • Willson’s Barnwood Creations / Mark Willson – barn wood and corncrib creations.
  • Wild-Wildflower / Toby Tatum – dream catchers, driftwood center pieces and wall décor, wood boxes and wine bottle stoppers, jewelry.
  • Tommi Ringel – soldered art jewelry.
  • Chris Farr – primitive garden ceramics, birdhouses, figures, planters and luminaries.


Become a Sponsor of the Fall Craft Fair!

Every October, our Craft Fair features hand-made crafts, high quality cuisine from our Mill restaurant and great music. We have over 100,000 visitors during this four day event and are offering a variety of sponsorship options to take advantage of this type of exposure.

Sponsorship opportunities include banner placement, booths, ads and more. Interested? Email us at marketing@wareaglemill.com and we’ll help customize the best sponsorship that fits your business.


War Eagle Mill Crafts Fair

Did you know that there are three craft fairs in one during the October Fair? War Eagle Mill vendors are on the Mill parking lot grounds. The Sharp Show is on the fields adjacent to the Mill and across the bridge is the War Eagle Fair Show.  Enjoy all three from October 15th to the 18th, 2015.

On the War Eagle Mill grounds, professional craft men and women offer original, handmade work such as country decorative items, folk art, watercolor and oil painting, pottery, stoneware, wreaths, potpourris, dried arrangements, quilts, miniatures, country clothing, wearable art, candles, homemade soaps, country furnishings, antique broken china jewelry, bird houses and feeders, collectables and much more. These juried participants come from across the United States and look forward to meeting you.

During the Fair, there is always plenty to eat at the Bean Palace Restaurant.

The War Eagle Mill Bean Palace Restaurant on the third floor of the Mill opens for a full country breakfast featuring War Eagle biscuits and gravy, eggs and sausage or bacon.

restaurant  War Eagle Fair


The lunch special is War Eagle beans and cornbread made with organic and Non-GMO cornmeal ground on a 150-year old stone buhr mill on the first floor of the mill. Our menu is intriguing and extensive, so make sure to stop in.Food concessionaires on the mill grounds include an array of snack foods to full dinners!

Want to apply to be an exhibitor or a food vendor at the War Eagle Mill Fall Craft Fair?

We welcome creative hand-craft artisans at our Fall Fair. The first step is to submit an application form. Applications are juried in May. Those chosen will be notified in June. If you have additional questions, call or email our event coordinator at info@wareaglemill.com.

Every first weekend in May, the Sharps put on a Spring Craft Fair in the fields next to the Mill. The Mill itself, no longer has a Spring Craft Show but make sure to watch for Mill activities during this time. For more information on the Spring Craft Fair, call Lucy or Billy Sharp at 479-789-5683.

Local: 479-789-5343
Toll Free: 866-492-7324
FAX: 479-789-5100

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War Eagle Mill, Arkansas in the Fall

War Eagle Mill

11045 War Eagle Rd | Rogers, Arkansas 72756
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