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Deltaville Farmers’ Market Saturday at museum

The Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park will host the Deltaville Farmers’ Market beginning this Saturday, May 23, and thereafter on the fourth Saturday of each month through September from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The museum is located just down the road from the Yates Art Center where the market was formerly held.

This Saturday’s market will be held in the field next to the “Miss Pette” boat garden in front of the museum. “It will be a highly visible and delightful place to exhibit and attend,” said a market spokesperson.

The June–August markets will be located on the waterfront under the trees. If the weather is threatening or inclement, there is over 3,500-square-foot under-cover structure to hold the market. In September, the market will move back to the front of the museum.

This Saturday’s exhibitors include Donna Armento of Bentwood Furniture; Linda Armistead, jewelry; Kathy Bauer, jewelry, gourd work; JuliAnne Bates, apparel; Gerry Blanks, jewelry; Jacqueline Broughton, quilts; G. Watts Brown, watercolor originals and prints; Nikki Childs, painted windows; Julie Colby, hand-woven shawls; Coffee Creations, coffee and food; Sandy Davis; sculpture and jewelry; Dixie Doerr, pottery; Maryanna Fisher, chair massage; Fleet Brothers, lawn tractors; Garner’s Produce, fresh vegetables and plants; Marty Hawksworth, embroidered items; Holly Hill Antiques, antiques and collectibles; Betsy Hudgins, wood items; Kim’s Custom Cards, invitations and imprinted items; John Latell, steel sculpture; Master Gardeners, plants; T.G. McMurtrie, apparel art; Karl Miller, puzzles; Kathleen Noffsinger, watercolor originals and prints; Wendy Price, jewelry; B.J. Radwandkis, plants; Jerry Spangler, pastels and cutting boards; Rita Taylor, knit and crochet items, silver and gemstones; Pam Waldron, watercolor originals and prints; Jackie Willis, jewelry, pet stuff and kayak rentals; Wilton Cottage & Garden Nursery, plants.

Call 776-6950 for more information. 

posted 05.20.2009

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