If you’re interested in joining our intrepid troupe of exhibitors, get in touch!

Introducing our growing list of performers, educators, and vendors for the 2023 Faire:

Shire of Earngyld

The Society for Creative Anachronisms (SCA) is a medieval and Renaissance reenactment group; the Shire of Earngyld serves Southeast Alaska. We are a member of the Principality of Oertha and the Kingdom of the West.

AMTGARD – Shire of Dark Lodge Crossing

Amtgard is a medieval fantasy combat society that combines history and fantasy to create an exciting experience. One of our most popular booths in 2022, with combat and archery.

Carly Lemieux

Providing henna body artwork, information, and maybe even some instruction.


No matter the weather, Coppa will be there to warm you up with a tasty treat as you wander the Faire.

Feathercap Forge

We design, forge, grind, heat treat, polish, haft, and sheathe everything we produce in our small shop in Juneau. We make axes, knives, and swords from monosteel, Damascus, san mai, and stainless steal and use natural and synthetic materials for the hafts. Look forward to demonstrations at the 2023 Faire.

Four Plates Cocina Peruana

Since 2017, Four Plates has been serving up a treasure trove of authentic Peruvian delights. Be sure to check out their award-winning empanadas!

Fresh Air Tarot

Find Clarity through the therapeutic and self-reflective art of tarot. Our busiest booth at the 2022 Faire, attendees booked 5- or 15-minute readings.


Freya is excited to join the Master’s Faire in 2023 to provide corsets and other costume pieces.

Jennifer McKnight

Crocheted works of wearable art, intricately shaped with put together with care.

Juneau Makerspace

A space for people in Juneau to come build their dreams with borrowed equipment. Makerspace had a sword-building table for Faire attendees.

Juneau-Douglas Shrine Club

Shriners International is a fraternity based on fun, fellowship, and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief, and truth. Juneau’s Shriners sold See’s Candies in support of the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital in Portland.

Juneau Woolies

For your hand-dyed or hand-spun yarn needs, including drop spindle demonstrations.

Juno Party Animals

A pop-up festival booth, we decorate you and sell you cool merchandise! Hair braiding, face painting, flower crowns? What more could you want!

Konnie Chitty

Vintage jewelry to peruse at your leisure. You’re sure to find something unique and interesting.

Mudchild Ceramics

Making functional pottery for the kitchen and home. The inspiration for the artwork has always been intertwined with love of nature and witchcraft.

Twhrly Whrliy Cotton Candy

The sweetest spot in town! Spinning sugar all around town with a number of flavor options and other treats available.

Mixed with story telling, axe throwing, crafting, and more.