The Shuk is our open-air marketplace where our vendors sell unique items and crafts. You can find everything from woodworking to clothing to jewelry and accessories from local artisans and from Israel. Want to be involved? Register online or call the Temple office for more information - 937.496.0050.
Our 2018 vendors will be announced soon.
Thank you to our 2017 vendors!
A-Round Dayton - Handcrafted buttons, bottle openers, pocket mirrors, ponytail holders, bottle cap neckalces and magnets, beer bottle drinking glasses, and tumbled marble coasters.
Avon - The latest trends in make-up and cream
Beauty by Dani - Handmade Jewelry
Discovery Toys - Toys for all ages
Genesis Studios - Handcrafted Judaica
Jewelry by Matt - Lost wax cast and hand fabricated Sterling Silver jewelry. Steampunk pieces as well as a take on "traditional" jewelry using upcycled gemstones.
Joy's Creations - Polymer clay pens, beaded jewelry and polymer clay jewelry
Judaica Wood Carvings - Meticulously crafted wood creations by David Rothschild
Juice Plus - Nutrition in chewable, capsules and smoothies. Tower garden for hydroponic gardening indoor or outdoor
K/S Renewal Systems - 3 day kitchen cabinet renewal (info only)
Liberty Ecosox - Bamboo Socks
Lilla Rose - Hair accessories
LipSense/SeneGence - Long-Wear lipstick
LuLaRoe - clothing
Mary Kay - Mary Kay cosmetics
Mike Royer - Wooden puzzles, table top corn hole games
Pampered Chef - Pampered Chef products
Perfectly Posh - Made in the US pampering products including soap, lotions, masks, and body scrubs.
Phoebe June Arts - Acrylic and watercolor paintings and police officer gifts and artwork
Scentsy - Wickless candles, warmers and wax bars
Sculptures by Jay - Concrete garden art
Suncatchers - Beautiful recycled glass suncatchers
TangCat Creations - Unique handmade jewelry (necklaces, bracelets and earrings) composed of a variety of material including metal, stone, shell, glass and acrylic beads.
Tastefully Simple - Beer bread, spices, sauces
Trades of Hope - A business with a mission to end the cycle of poverty, selling fair trade jewelry, bags, scarves, and home decor from 16 countries.
Tupperware - Tupperware items
Unique Creations - Dog coats
Usborne - Children's books
Welded Metal Sculptures by David Hurwitz
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