The first Urbanna Farmers’ Market of the season will be held Saturday, May 14, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. during the Art on the Half Shell festival.
The market will be in Taber Park on Rappahannock Avenue and will feature a variety of food, art and crafts. The public is invited to attend.
J&S Bates, block printed women’s clothing; Jan Bean, quilts; Gerry Blanks, glass windows, jewelry; Dana Boyle, Garners Produce; LaJean Browning-Smith, Cross Street Coffee; Buddy Burrell, jewelry; Carolyn Taylor Carpin, whimsical, scarves, garden stakes; Dee Chowning, plants; Jacquie Colligan, jewelry/art; Sally Cospelich, sassy crab pottery; Dana Davis, sea pottery; Lee Godwin, homegrown pottery; Dale Grenier, jewelry, handcrafts; Justin and Lauren Hall, Moonlight Design, jewelry; Lee Ann and Larry Hammer, Magnolia Hill Alpacas; Cyndi Herges, pepper jelly; Linda LaClair, wine glass huggies, flip flops; Nicole Lamb; Carolyn Marston, stained/fused glass, dichroic jewelry; Argie Maurakis, Agora-The Greek Market, pastries; Leland and Cathie McGhree, small wood items; Tamara McMeechan, crystal/magnetic healing jewelry; Lynn McPherson, Chesapeake Santas, ornaments; Mary and Chuck Obermeyer, computer jewelry and clocks; Mary/Sandra Onley, Mama-Girl, newspaper art; Peter and Suzanne Parker, frozen chicken and eggs; Anna Pomaska, children’s books, art; Amy Powroznik, hand-painted windows; Grant Ritchie, handmade clothing, home interior; Billy and Sandra Rudy, handmade wooden items; Bev and Sam Shannon, Lost Mermaid; Jerry Spangler, art/paintings and cutting boards; Nansi Strickland, tiles, garden stakes; Lily Swann, whimsical jewelry; Lynn Taylor, yard art; Lisa Walker, whimsical; Cecil Watts Jr., photography, frames; Cindy and Bobby Wilson, goat cheese and soaps; Susan Wolfe, bead/crystal jewelry/ornaments; Alice Call, Indian jewelry, leather; CCP, Harriette Floyd, bake sale; and UMVFD Auxiliary, Pat Brooks, bake sale.
The market is held the second Saturday of each month through October and is sponsored by the Urbanna Business Association and the Town of Urbanna.