Here's a comprehensive one: http://www.jolaf.com/resources/showinfo/index.html
And another: http://www.artandcraftshows.net/
The best way to evaluate a show is to attend first as a visitor to size it up, look at your potential competition (their prices too), talk to vendors (when they are not busy selling) about the typical buyer and about the show organizers, and scrutinize your fellow visitors. This way you'll get an excellent "feel" for your prospects of success.
You might want to see if you can share a booth with a few other artists in the first year. That way, if you crash and burn it won't have cost you an arm and a leg. And if you sell like hotcakes, you can keep re-loading your small display area from your inventory stash. And you'll know for sure that you will want to come back the following year.
Another potential advantage to sharing a table is, if you don't already have the capacity to take credit cards, you can team with a seller who does. Buyers adore vendors that will take plastic. But you probably already know that!