Glen Burnie High School Music

Glen Burnie High School Craft Fair Info

 The GBHS craft fair is sponsored and staffed by students of the school’s music program and members of the Band Parents Association. All proceeds go towards costs associated with the various programs, including concert and marching band, drum line and color guard.


Point of Contact: Carol Evans  

email:  phone: (410) 903-4337.  Email is checked often from October - March, and rarely from April - September.



Dec 2, 2017 (winter) 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. All spaces have been sold!  Send an email to the craft fair email address to get on the wait list. Include your name, phone number and a description of the craft that you make.


March 17, 2018 (spring) 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.   Registration has not yet started. 


Dec 1, 2018 (winter) 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.   Registration has not yet started. 

Setup is from 5-7 p.m. Friday night and starting at 6:30 a.m. Saturday. 


Location: Glen Burnie High School 7550 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd, Glen Burnie MD 21060. The craft fair is held in the girls' gym, media center and cafeteria.  


Space info: We have 163 indoor 8 x 8 foot spaces in the girls' gym, cafeteria, and media center. Not all spaces have access to electricity. Six-foot tables can be reserved in advance for $12. Wifi is available the day of the show but signal strength can be a problem.  New crafters are limited to one space to allow for maximum merchandise variety for our customers. 


Cost: Winter $60   Spring $40


Registration info:

Current year's crafters: Registration forms for the following Spring and Winter will be emailed to you in mid-November.  Mail them back along with your check, they will be accepted exclusively until mid-December, when new crafters' forms will be accepted as well.  The mailing address is GBHS Band Parents Association, PO Box 1811, Glen Burnie MD 21060.  Do not send them to the school directly!


New crafters: Forms will be available online on Dec 1st and should be returned by mail along with a check for the registration fee. Registration forms will be accepted starting in mid-December in the order of their postmarks. When spaces fill up a wait list will be started. 


Commercial vendors/Direct sales: We have discontinued use of a direct sales wait list since we haven't had to use it in the last 5 years.  


Craft requirement: our craft fair is for handmade items only. No resale, used or consignment items may be sold on our premises.  


Food: breakfast pastries, coffee and lunch are sold in our cafeteria, with proceeds going to the music program. We have no outside food trucks or kiosks. 


Parking: free, on the premises. We ask crafters to leave spaces near the entrance for our customers. There is a limited amount of space inside the fence for crafter parking also. Crafters will be able to drop off and pick up their tables and items at the entrance and students will be there to help carry items inside. 


Types of crafts sold:   

Jewelry - glass, ceramic, leather, beaded, gemstone, origami, stone, clay, fused glass

Holiday decorations - spring wreaths, arrangements, signs, ornaments, dried and silk flowers, Easter basket goodies

Food - German roasted nuts, wine slushies, cupcakes, jams/jellies, toffee, fudge, salsa, candy, artisan breads, peanut brittle, tea, honey, Easter eggs

Wood -  signs, toys, beer/wine holders, driftwood decorations, pens, scroll art, repurposed furniture, crab sets, frames, puzzles, trees, lamps, PO box door banks

Clothing and accessories -  tie dye, scarves, hats, purses, tote bags, aprons, leather belts, duct tape ties and hair bows, wallets, yoga bags

Kids -baby clothes and accessories, knit animals, dolls and doll clothes, hair bows, wood toys, bibs, jewelry, toy bow and arrows

Glass/pottery - lighted wine bottles, painted wine glasses, beaded flatware, sculpture, lamps,  glass blocks, stained glass, pottery, porcelain, 

Art/paper - pen and ink drawings, oil and acrylic paintings, cards, canvas and framed art, magazine collage prints, children's books, photography

Body products and candles - soy candles, body butter, scrubs, lotion, wax melts, tarts, gel, beard oil, linen spray, potpourri, shaving soap, soap, organic deodorant, chapstick, bug repellent, dru shampoo, massage oil

Home decor and accessories - quilts, carved gourds, windchimes, placemats, crab sets, pillows, framed crab shells, frames, signs, sports team themes, afghans, tea towels, birdhouses, fabric boxes, sports plaques, tablecloths, slate and shadow boxes, inspirational bricks, terrariums, fairy gardens, CD/vinyl clocks, garden ornaments

Pet - collars, leashes, gourmet dog treats, toys, pet beds


Please click HERE for the school map.


Please click HERE for the café layout of vendor spaces


Please click HERE for a list of crafters, crafts and space numbers for March 18th.