Handmade, Boutiques and Gourmet Market

Tulsa
Nov. 17-19, 2017

RIVER SPIRIT EXPO
4145 E. 21st St.

$8 for all three days/kids 12 and under free

Friday, Nov. 17
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 18
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 19
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Become a Vendor

With a more than 30-year tradition in Oklahoma, there’s a reason why vendors love exhibiting at our shows. We attract more than 25,000 shoppers at our shows each July and November in Green Country.

Get your products in front of over 25,000 shoppers by exhibiting at Green Country’s largest arts, crafts and boutiques show of its kind. To apply, download the jury application found at the link below and submit via the instructions. PLEASE NOTE: NO PARTY-BASED OR INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT PRODUCTS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

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Attend a Show

An Affair of the Heart Tulsa provides shoppers with a unique opportunity to browse hundreds of retailers from across the nation selling unique, one-of-a-kind items celebrating the craft, skill, art and style of the vendor.

Approximately 500 vendors will fill the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square during the show selling everything from housewares and antiques to jewelry and home décor. Browse our current list of vendors by category below.

The three-day shopping event features unique, oneof- a-kind and often handmade items from jewelry and handbags to furniture, clothing and gourmet foods.

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Become a Sponsor

Our show attendees are overwhelmingly female, and women not only have buying power, but are the decision makers for the majority of today’s households. Sponsoring An Affair of the Heart shows will ensure your brand is in front of thousands of decision-making, ready-to-purchase women.

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Five Questions with Jaxon Kiemig How long have you been making pottery and how did you get started? I began making pottery when I was in high school but I wasn't able to do it as much as I wanted until I retired.  I took some classes at the Wichita Center for the Arts,  Wichita, KS, before my retirement in 2010. How long does a typical piece take you to make? For most pieces, I  "throw" them on the potter's wheel in less… Read More

Vendor Spotlight: Build It Right Woodworking

Five Questions with Annie and Brien Kirkpatrick How long have you been making wood furniture and how did you get started? We have been making cutting boards for almost four years now, we have been making our larger pieces - tables, islands and countertops - for about two years. How long does a typical piece take you to make? It usually takes us a week to two weeks of building for a larger piece. What would you like people to know about your craft? I… Read More

Vendor Spotlight: Jim James Creations

Five Questions with Jim James How long have you been making wood bowels and how did you get started? My wife purchased my first wood lathe about nine years ago for my birthday and retirement and to keep me out of the house. How long does a typical bowl take you to make? Every bowl is different size, shape, type of wood and wet or dry. Most projects take six to 12 weeks taking time to understand the wood and craft bowls that best… Read More

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