Craft Demonstration Program
at the Stephen Foster Craft Square
The Stephen Foster Craft Square located inside of the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, is a wonderful place for crafters to gather and demonstrate in our 5 cabins.

There are about 50 active demonstrators that take advantage of what Stephen Foster State Park has to offer. Some demonstrate daily, while others just a few days a year.  

Our Crafters range from  Blacksmithing, Pottery, Stained Glass, Gourd Crafts, Basket Making, Wood Craft, Knife Making, Quilting, Weaving, Spinning, Painting, and so much more.  Many of these demonstrators offer workshops teaching their specific craft.  To view upcoming workshops please visit our workshop listing.

Upcoming Demonstrations
(All demonstrators are volunteers so demonstration periods are subject to change.  If you would like to confirm a demonstration period please call the Stephen Foster Craft Square at 

Huck Weaving
Wood Working
Folk Painting

The Craft Square is always looking for new volunteer demonstrators to come to the park to share their craft and teach workshops. If you are interested please contact Kelli Pipkins for more information. 386-397-1920386-397-1920

Current Demonstrators

Nancy Cobb: Swedish Weave/Huck Embroidery (winter)
Lei Lani Davis: Herbs & Crafts
Gene Foreaker: Corn Grinding, woodworking
Diane Hornby: Pottery
Jackie Kelly: Basketry
John Lacefield: Blacksmith
Roberta Lacefield: Rug weaving and Yoga
Jim & Arlette Love: Leather Making
Sherry Miller: Pottery
Butch Paterson: Blacksmith
Carol Plante: Jewelry
Donna Stake: Quilting
Cherrie Willis: Machine sewn crafts (winter)

Craft Cabin