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Deltaville Farmers’ Market is Saturday

The Deltaville Farmers’ Market will once again be held on the waterfront of Holly Point Nature Park at the Deltaville Maritime Museum this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The location is under the trees and provides lots of shade for booths and shoppers.

Garner’s Produce will be there with a truck full of fresh produce from their garden. Coffee Creations and Moo’s Sweet Shoppe will be serving breakfast, lunch and baked goods. The Terry family will serve ice cream.

There will be lots of new exhibitors, including Tom Noffsinger with his oyster farming equipment; Jacquie Colligan, well-known regional artist with her latest works; Be the Bay with printed wear; Jorge Diaz with oil landscapes; Linda LaClair with melted glass creations; Jay White, silversmith, will be demonstrating his craft; Bob and Barbara Lindsey with creative creations; and Doreen Hamblett will lure shoppers into her booth with jewelry made from fishing tackle.

Coming back this month will be Ernie Ashford and Donna Armento’s rustic lawn furniture, Kim’s Custom Cards, Holly Hill Antiques, Kathleen Noffsinger, Cindy Wilson’s delicious goat cheese, Summer Haze Pottery, Tee’s original design T-shirts, and Belroi Gardens and Wilton Cottage and Garden will have plants, cut flowers and veggies.

For animal lovers, the Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society will have precious doggies, kitties and bunnies for adoption, and the Wonder Horse Farm will have miniature horse rides for the little ones.

To find the park, drive through Deltaville past Hurd’s Hardware and the rescue squad building. There will be plenty of signs to direct motorists to Jackson Creek Road. Turn right, and a short distance down the road is the entrance to the park on the left.

The exhibitor’s fee is $15 per month. Call 776-6950 or 804-832-1615 for more information.

posted 07.22.2009

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