2015 Vendors

2015 Approved Vendors: Vendor Letter

Vendor Name Type of Vendor
A World for Children Brochures, Pens, Information, Wreath for raffle to Sponsor Children’s Christmas
Aldersgate Enrichment Adirondack Chairs, picnic tables, folding chairs & other wood items
Arrows & Oaks Handmade goat milk soaps, goat milk lotions, beer soaps & lip balms
Barnyard Kettle Corn Kettle & Caramel Corn
Bill B Que Catering & Vending Pulled Pork, brisket, sausage, chicken, poppers & frito pie
Billy Bloom for Sheriff Election handouts
Brown County Farm Bureau Agriculturial Items, Give away Items
Brown County Rainbow Girls Assembly #380 Angus Burgers & Elgin Sausage, & Hot Dog Meals
B’s Embroidery Embroidered burpcloths, bibs, bags, shirts, baby blankets, runround bags, visors & Christmas bags
CASA in the Heart of Texas
Cash Max Giveways: Koozies & Fans
Cross Country Origs Handmade mesquite items, rustic wooden crosses, key chains, small craft signs, rocks
Cynthia’s Toffee Toffee
Damsel In Defense Self Protection Products, Stun Guns, Pepper Spary & Security for home & on the go
Dazzling Divas Women’s Clothing & Accessories
Designs by Cat Doll clothes, gift bags, headbands, quilts towels
Designs by Teresa W Necklaces, earrings, braceklets, jewelry & Knitted scarves
Family Vendors Deep Fried, Hot Wings, Chicken on a Stick
Farmers Market Farmers Market – Canned food – veggies (pickled), Jelly
Friends of Susan King Campaign signs and materials
Girling Home Health Home Health Information
Good Samaritan Mininstries Informational brochures
Granny D’s Dresses, Aprons, Embroidery, Pacifier clips, Bows, Towels
Hall’s Smoked Turkey Legs, Smoked Pork Chop & Smoke Chicken Sandwhich, smoked Corn in a Cup & Drinks
Heart of Texas Children’s Advaocacy Center Free photobooth, nail painting, metallic tatoos, pompom pnes & Handouts
Hightower Crafts Jewlery – Hanging Planters
Hiroms Pony Ride Pony Rides
Hollie’s Treats Prepackaged Ice Cream
Jamberry Nail (Sparkle Joy) Jamberry Nail Products & Handcar products
JOAT Fried Oreos, Fried smoores, fried chili cheese dogs, fried bacon cheese burger, cajan chicken, smoked sausage bites
KK Designs Cowhide Letters, Antler arrangaments, decomesh wreaths, floral swags & cowboy accent furniture
Knockerball Abilene Knockerballs
Lighting The Way Candles Candles
Lori’s LTD Clothes, jewelry, & signs
Mary Kay Mary Kay Make-up Products
Newhouse Concessions Cotton Candy, Popcorn, Pickles, Chips, Candy, & Drinks
Old Time Funnel Cakes Funnel Cakes, Curly fries, Corn Dogs, Deep Fried Oreos, Deep Fried Snickers, Cinnamon Rolls
Premier High School School Information
Racks N Rustics Men/Womens Clothing, Jewerly, Home Décor, Rustic Furniture
Relay for Life Luminary bags
S&K Sales knives & flags, comforter sets, flip flops
Salvation Army Water & Popcorn
Sara Smithson Crafts – Handmade – Holida and regular
Sensatonal Scentsy Scentsy Products
Snow Cones To Go Sno Cones
Stan/Melinda McCombs Zeal
T N T Power Bounce Inflatables
Texas Glory Softball Selling Chance of BBQ pit
Tex-Mex Beadwork Jewlery, Metal Art, Dream Catchers, Wood Art, Cowboy Hats & nic-nacks
Thirty-One Gifts gifts, bags, totes, purses, jewerly & home items
Tommy Hawk Art Hand Made Sterling Silver Jewerly & Prints
Tonya Holland Sales Younique Make-up, TruVision Products & Tupperware
Tupperware Tupperware Items
Uneek Jewerly Jewelry, crosses, purses, salt & pepper shakers, kids toys
Victory Life Academy Junior Class Selling Raffle Tickets
Victory Life Academy Senior Class Selling Raffle Tickets
Washboard Appliace Repair No sales just giveaways
Zephyr Project Gradation BBQ Pit Raffle

Chick-fil-A Is Our New Official 5K & Dye Run Sponsor!

Chick-fil-A 5K logo

Chick-fil-A of the Heartland Mall is now our new official sponsor for the 5K & Dye Run at this year’s Early Pioneer Days.

The 5K and Dye Run will be held on October 17 at 8 a.m.
You can like and follow their store, Chick-fil-A Heartland Mall Facebook to keep up with exciting news and events!
A registration form and flyer of the event can be found at the Early Chamber of Commerce and attached here…
Chick-fil-A 5K Form

What you will see at Pioneer Days…

 Lead and LaceLone Star Lead and Lace

New to Pioneer Day’s this year will be Lone Star Lead and Lace.

Lone Star Lead and Lace is a volunteer group of friends keeping the Old West alive for festival, fund raiser, or party. Let them take you back to the days when outlaws ruled the land. Gun fights, bank robberies, villains and saloon girls, marshals and their ladies all come alive. So, come along with us to the days when the West was really wild !

We will have the “Gunslinger Challenge” for all of you “Quick Draw” Cowboys and Cowgirls!

Check Lone Star Lead and Lace out: www.lonestarleadandlace.com or on Facbook at:https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Lone-Star-Lead-Lace/143772009030928




Camp Cookieville

Camp Cookieville will be at Pioneer Days! What a TREAT this will be!!!!
Old Western Blacksmith Shop

Chuck wagon Setup Display
Mechanical Bull
Trick Roper
Longhorn Bull (Photo OP)




http://www.sahawe.com/  (Non Profit Youth Organization)

The Sahawe Dancers are a unique performing group from Uvalde, Texas. For more than sixty years the Sahawe program has been an exciting combination of Scouting, lore, leadership development, and performance. In addition to their Summer and Winter performance held in Uvalde, their colorful performance has entertained audiences throughout the United States and internationally at conventions, museums, church gatherings, scouting functions, and community events. Their performance is the product of hundreds of hours of planning,  preparation, craftwork, and rehearsal,  as the youth learn valuable life skills such as leadership, teamwork, dedication, and cooperation. 

No member or leader receives any pay for their time dedicated to Sahawe activities. Instead, all funds are used to promote the future efforts of the Sahawe Dancers to provide worthwhile experiences and positive growth.

So come see the Sahawes at their next performance, or schedule them to perform at your next event!

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Beekeeping with Daniel Graham

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You will get to enjoy Yarn Spinning with Hood Dendy.


Dendy uses spinning wheel to teach the ‘how’ about history

Hood Dendy started working with an old-fashioned spinning wheel in order to conduct a demonstration for the Extension Education Hobby and Craft Fair Wednesday at Adams Street Community Center.


Printing Press Tina Howard

We will have Tina Howard there showing Letter Block Printing/ Printing Press. This is something that everyone should come check out!

Brownwood news wrote and article on Tina Howard giving information about what Letter Block Printing/Printing Press

“Tina Howard is a Blanket artist, who will demonstrate letter press printing, using a “sign press” or “small proof press.”
In 2005, Howard purchased her first antique printing press and moveable type. By reading old textbooks and scouring the internet, she was able to learn to use them.
“This method is called Letterpress Printing,” Howard said, “and it uses the same principles and tools that Gutenberg developed when he invented moveable type in the 15th century.”
She explained it is the method used to produce all books, forms, tickets, calling cards, and newspapers for hundreds of years.
“If you have a book printed before 1970, chances are it was printed by letterpress.”
According to Howard, letterpress remains an art form because of a couple of desirable qualities. It creates a palpable impression on the paper and it is done one sheet at a time, with nuances to each print.
Howard will demonstrate the techniques for producing a print, “set-typing” one character at a time. She now owns three presses, the two mentioned and a large block press.
In addition to printing as a hobby, Howard also does linoleum block printing and makes fine silver jewelry from hand sculpted metal clay.”


So keep watching for all the fun stuff that will be @ Pioneer Days!!