On the Bay magazine called the show’s organizers “the wish fulfillers” when they recognized Apple Harvest Craft Show Committees, past and present, as “Grassroots Heroes” in their 2012 edition.
The article notes the many community contributions the show’s success has enabled and highlights what makes us unique: “Just to be clear, this isn’t your grandmother’s craft show. Instead of ‘church bazaar’ doilies and macramé, you’ll find original artworks, limited edition prints, wrought iron sculptures, hand-made pottery, one-of-a-kind clothing, handcrafted wooden games and toys, as well as jewelry, glass and many other unique items. The committee reviews each exhibitor application (including photos) and decides which items are best suited to the show.”
[Photo courtesy On the Bay magazine]