The Berea-Midpark Craft Show began in 1980 as a fundraiser for The Midpark Music Boosters. as the Pumpkin Patch Show. After several years, it evolved into two shows, The Midpark Spring Show, and Midpark Fall Craft Show. The Spring show lasted through 2009, when it was discontinued, to focus on one large fall show, to help grow the more popular fall venue. Since then the Fall Show has over doubled in size. With the merge of Berea and Midpark High Schools in 2013, and is now the Berea-Midpark Fall Craft Show. The show became a fundraiser for the Performing Arts Boosters, supporting the Choir and Drama students in the entire Berea city School District. Your participation in our program directly supports our students and their programs.
Our show is one of the largest and longest running in the area. We are proud of the show that we organize for you. 1980 Fall Show began as The Pumpkin Patch to support the Midpark Music Boosters 1990 Spring show added 2009 Spring and Fall shows merged to become The Midpark Craft Show 2010-2013 Grows to over 250 vendors 2013 Berea and Midpark High Schools merge, the show becomes The Berea-Midpark Craft Show, and now supports the Performing Arts. 2019 300+ tables, with attendance at 5000+ 2020 Cancelled due to COVID 2021 Show returns with 250+ tables and 3000 in attendance Over 100 student and parent volunteers work hard to make our show the best it can be!