"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he
hears a different drummer."
It takes years of experience doing craft shows to know
what works and what does not.
For 2023, we are offering 4 weekend shows in July, August and September at Drummer Boy Park in Brewster and Brooks Park in Harwich on Cape Cod.
Click on "Information" to see details.
Silversmiths Since 1971
Originally the Wyman family started with silversmithing lessons at S.D. Warren's recreation program in 1971 in Westbrook, Maine. It was such a creative outlet to make jewelry, their first show was the 5th Annual Yarmouth Clam Festival, and a constant fixture there until 1990. Eventually Mr Wyman expanded into photography featuring Maine selling framed prints in addition to the sterling silver jewelry. Several craft societies had the Wymans on their membership lists to do various shows aroumd Maine and New Hampshire.
Kaleidoscope Silver and Glass
Since 2015, Pat Daley and husband Stan Ferro have been doing craft fairs in Sarasota Florida and on Cape Cod with sterling silver jewelry and sand etched wine bottle lanterns. Now residing year round, they have been at Cotuit, Harwich Cranberry, Sandwich Fest, Barnstable County Fair and other venues for 6 years, including their favorite venue, Drummer Boy Park.
League Of Maine Craftsmen
In 1984 the Wymans founded a craft fair filled with 170 the best of Maine craftspeople. They were handchosen to participate in this three days show held once a year in November in Portland ME. In 1989 Pat Wyman Daley took over producing the fair from her parents, continuing the same format by invitation only and heavily advertised (flyers, posters, radio and tv) throughout Maine. The craft fair ended in 1996 after 12 very successful years for all the craftpeople.
Our Goal Is To Provide The Best Venue For You
We are working to provide you with (in our opinion) one of the very best venues for showing your crafts - Drummer Boy Park and Brooks Park. We will be working for you - promoting the 4 weekend shows in newspaper, radio, in tourist guides, flyers, and posters around the area.