As of 2015, some popular craft shows held in Missouri include the Rotary Club Fall Arts and Crafts Show and the Columbia Heritage Festival and Craft Show. These shows are held annually and are open to the public.
The Rotary Club Fall Arts and Crafts Show in St. Louis occurs the weekend before Thanksgiving. Almost 500 vendors show up each year with crafts, such as jewelry, furniture, dry flower arrangements and soap. The show lasts for two days at a local high school.
The Columbia Heritage Festival and Craft Show in Columbia happens around mid-September. This show features a lot of Native American crafts, along with cultural displays. The fair includes a children's area, wagon rides and a town from the 1800s with actors showing what life was like then.