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Calendar

My 2018 Calendar promises exciting venues.  I will try to show all of my locations for the month and update as shows are confirmed.
 
As always if you have any questions please feel free to email me at md_design@rocketmail.com or text me at (404) 259-8442. Email or text is usually best as I travel often and am not able to hear my phone while at a show :-)
 

Chattanooga River Market Chattanooga, TN August 4th

Against the picturesque Tennessee River & right next to the Tennessee Aquarium, the Chattanooga River Market boasts the unique talents of our local and regional artists, offering handmade arts & crafts.  We offer a wide selection of jewelry, photography, apparel, woodworks and much more.

Special engagements are featured each week, such as free yoga classes at 10 am (bring your own mat please) and live performances by local musicians. The Chattanooga River Market is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon.

There are no Assigned booth locations for this event.  I try to be near the Gift Shop entrance of the Aquarium. I will only be at this event if the weather is less than 50% chance of rain. If you want to verify that I will be present at this event just text me after 10am (404) 259-8442

 

Show Times:

Saturdays 10am to 5pm

 

GPS Address:

Tennessee Aquarium

1 Broad St, Chattanooga, TN 37402

 

Chattanooga Market Chattanooga. TN August 5th

The Chattanooga Market is the region's largest producer-only arts and crafts and farmers' market. It is held every Sunday from April to December at the open-air First Tennessee Pavilion in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The market provides healthy, fresh produce, artisan foods, as well as locally-produced arts and craft wares to Chattanoogans and community visitors. We offer entrepreneurs who are hand-making, growing or otherwise creating their own goods a low-cost environment to start, grow and expand their business.  Through our weekly public markets, we encourage commerce, entertainment and trade in downtown Chattanooga and the surrounding region, and have become an icon for the city in terms of cultural diversity, tourism and economic impact.

There are no Assigned booth locations for this event.  I will not be in the Pavilion, but in front of it on the street in my tent.  I will only be at this event if the weather is less than 50% chance of rain. If you want to verify that I will be present at this event just text me after 10am (404) 259-8442

 

Show Times:

Sundays 11am to 4pm

 

GPS Address:

1829 Reggie White Blvd, Chattanooga, TN 37408

 

Milford Memories in Milford, MI August 10th to 12th

Milford Memories is a small-town festival with a big reputation. The three-day show, held the second weekend of August, is well known for its Art in the Village juried show containing more than 300 artists from the USA and Canada, continuous live entertainment and great food. Activities include the Cold Butt Euchre Tournament, Blindfolded Canoe Race, Kid’s Central, 5K & 10K Run and more. 

Please Come visit me! I am in booth number 532. My booth is located near Liberty Street & Main Street intersection. If you are standing on Main Street looking down Liberty Street I am on the Right side the 7th booth down.

 

Show Times:

Friday 10am to 8pm

Saturday 10am to 7pm

Sunday 10am to 5pm

 

Parking Address:

There is A shuttle service that travels between 3 different parking lots to the art show. For more information on these parking lots please go to https://www.milfordmemories.com/festival-info/directions-and-parking/

 

The 44th Annual Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show Mount Gretna, PA August 18th & August 19th

The Pennsylvania Chautauqua sponsors an Art Show, as a community fundraiser, on the third full weekend in August. The Pennsylvania Chautauqua is a non-profit organization established in 1892 for the purpose of "the advancement of literary, scientific, intellectual, physical and social welfare and the promotion of cultural and religious activities, recreation and entertainment”.

The Pennsylvania Chautauqua is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Mount Gretna is a small Victorian community founded in the late 1800's as a summer resort. Initially the only way for residents to reach their cottages in the woods was to travel by train. Gretna was a stop along the Cornwall/Lebanon line. Our streets were footpaths until automobiles became the mode of travel. Many of the original cottages surround an open-air playhouse where numerous cultural events are held. Our quaint atmosphere attracts many visitors every summer for music, theater, a visit to the local ice cream shop or just a walk in the woods and, of course, to the Art Show!

Please come visit me! I am in booth number 46. This booth is located on Pennsylvania Ave. 3 booths in from the intersection with Carinegie Ave.

Show Times:

Saturday 9am to 6pm

Sunday- 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

 

GPS Location:

The show is presented under the oaks of the Chautauqua section of Mount Gretna between Route 117 and Pennsylvania Avenue. Admission gates can be found at the following locations: 

Carnegie Avenue & Rt. 117 (main gate/shuttle drop-off, no private vehicles) 

Princeton Avenue North 

Princeton Avenue South

Corner of Lehigh & Pennsylvania Avenues

 

Admission Fees:

12 years of age and older, $12 per person 

12 years of age and older 2-day pass, $18 per person advance purchase from show store page

11 years and younger, free

$2.00 discount coupons are available at Collin's Grocery (Colebrook), Mt. Gretna Pizzeria (Mt. Gretna), the Mt. Gretna Playhouse and from any participating artist. Order discounted tickets via mail-order through the show store. 

Parking:

Substantial free show parking is available at Philhaven Hospital Field near 283 S. Butler Rd, Lebanon, PA. Complimentary shuttle service is provided for patrons using the Philhaven lot (approximate 8 minute ride). Patrons who use the shuttle and purchase large items can get transportation assistance at the show office located at 100 Princeton Avenue. Limited free parking is available on Soldier's Field on Timber Road, approximately 500 feet from the Princeton Avenue entrance. 

Paid parking options usually include the Mt. Gretna Roller Rink and other business entities on Route 117.

 

The 42nd Annual Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival Cary, NC August 25th & August 26th

The Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival is celebrating its 42nd year! Come join us as we celebrate on the lovely Cary Town Hall Campus! The tradition continues, as one of North Carolina’s premier arts and crafts festival marks its annual festival. It’s a fun day for the entire family — arts and crafts, food, Kid’s World and with entertainment all day. The last lazy days of summer beckon us as we celebrate the coming of fall by joining our friends and neighbors in a celebration of art, music and food.  

Please come visit me! I am in booth number A052. This booth is located on Academy Street near the intersection with Adam Street.

 

Show Times:

 Saturday 9am to 6pm

 Sunday 12:30pm to 5pm

  

GPS Location:

This is the location of the Police station which is near parking.

120 Wilkinson Ave, Cary, NC 27513