Over 40 vendors expected at Urbanna Farmers’ Market
|Fresh produce will be in abundance at this Saturday’s Urbanna Farmers’ Market in Taber Park.|
Saturday in Taber Park
The Urbanna Farmers’ Market will be held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. this Saturday, June 8, at Taber Park in Urbanna.
Alexander Strugatsky and his Artisan Breads business will be one of this month’s featured vendors. Artisan Breads offers many varieties, such as sour dough, rye, and sweet breads. Samples are available to taste.
Bay Aging will be another featured vendor. The non-profit organization will have a display table to let the community know about the various services it offers, such as Bay Transit, Senior Centers, Meals on Wheels, and volunteer opportunities.
For more information on the market, call 758-5365 or visit http://www.urbanna.com.
This Saturday’s vendors will include: Katie Adkins, KK Kreations, art, shell mirrors, wind chimes; Bette Bahen, Apron Lady, aprons, towels, tablecloths; Julianne and Stockton Bates, Juli Anne, block-printed ladies casual wear; Gerry Blanks, Designs by Gerry, window art; Dana Boyle, Garner’s Produce, local fresh produce; Buddy Burrell, Earrings by BB, jewelry; Dee Chowning, Make Thyme, plants, wreaths; Jacquie Colligan, Designs by Jacquie, jewelry, fine art; Christine and Sean Fletcher, Fletcher’s Carving & Glass Folk Art, wood carvings and glass work; and Chanee Hall, Native Am jewelry.
Also, Lee Hammer, Magnolia Hill Farm, alpaca products, candles, soaps; Stephanie Heinatz, Be the Bay, Chesapeake apparel, art, etc.; Judy Hopkins, JuJu Beads, jewelry; Bob Kates, Bob’s Marine Art, marine watercolors, roosters; Nancy Krogh, honey, beeswax; Amy Maloney, Wake Forest Farm, USDA approved frozen black angus beef; Carolyn Marston, fused glass, dichroic glass jewelry; Argie Maurakis, Agora-The Greek Market, Greek pastries; Tina McCloud, Karma Artwear, scarves, jewelry; Tamara McMeechan, Charms, Tamara’s Crystal Healing, Reiki products, crystal healing; Diane McNamee, Shore Shot Photos, photography; Greg Montgomery, GM Designs, jewelry; Andrea Pinter, ONLY ONE, hand-crafted jewelry; Alexander Selby, leatherworks, belts, bracelets; Barbara Shackleford, Shackleford Enterprise, handmade/custom wreaths and more; Keith Shamberger, pottery; Bette Sisk, plants, shrubs; Julia Slaughter, wreaths, oyster trees; Dan Storey, yard art, environmental items; Alexander Strugatsky, Anna Bread/Artisan Bread Co., artisan breads, sweets; Lily Swann, Miz Trixie Piggle, whimsical jewelry; Roxanne Taylor, Two Chicks and a Wick, hand-crafted gel candles; Ally Ward, Country Krafty Chicks, hand-crafted soaps, art; David Westhoff, From Rocks to Gems, jewelry from mined, cut, polished gems; Cindy and Bobby Wilson, Lovers Retreat Dairy, goat cheese/soaps.
Non-profit vendors will include All Saints Anglican Church, bake sale, jewelry, hand-made items; Bay Aging Auxiliary, community information; Christ Church Parish, bake sale.