First Sunday Arts and Craft Vendors for August 1 Festival

Posted in First Sunday Arts Vendors at 10:51 pm by Administrator

West Street

New Booth # Name Business items
36 Adams, Lisa
31 Anderson, Mary Lou Aqua Art Child activity
14 Arria, Amelia CityShapes photo/cards
53 Barlow, Felicia Annapalooza
7 Bray, Kathie So Bead It glass jewl
58 Buckley, Steve child books
26 Burgos, Susanne Dent Creek Creations jewl
44 Buyukcan, Emel Room, Inc. watercolor/jewl
6 Cloher, Diane Preppy Style ribbon access
17 Cook, Yvonne
40 Craft Mafia Craft Mafia jewl/photo/cards
41 Craft Mafia Craft Mafia jewl/photo/cards
66 Danella, Karen CedarWood Soaps soap/lotion
24 Dangoor, Erez mag & pearl jewl
13 Darnell, Ashley ceramic/ceramic jewl
3 Deckman, Julia paint/stationery
45 Dennis, Mollie collage art
59 Drake, Michelle face painting
37 Drewing, Ann Dream Spiral Art metal jewl
12 Faine, Edward children books
54 Farrell-Johnson, Cynthia C. Farrell Johnson Fine Arts cards/prints
60 Fontenot, Towanna natural skincare items
33 Franz, Ed
34 Franz, Ed sunglasses
23 Handley, Jackie Jacqueline Handley Designs
43 Hinman, Bobbie FairyBooks books
61 Holmes, Chris
48 Jacobs, Robyn dog tags
0 Kiesner, Beth tie dye clothes
15 Kowalewski, Tricia Wabisabi Glass fused glass jewl/items
55 Ku, Yang
62 Leake, Regina hairbraiding
10 Liekweg, Joseph
wooden kitchen items
38 Lingham, Barbara Doodlebug Quilts quilts/accessories
32 Lockett, Ana
landscape Design
20 Luna Blue
25 McDuffie, Pat pottery/glass
4 Miller, Roger Roger Miller Photo Annap photos
11 Moore, Laura
28 Moore, Stephanie
dog treats
56 Muhwezi, Juliet quilt/tie dye/craft
5 Norton, Ralph
18 Nudge, James Pepperschlepper chili items
19 Ozkok, Gem Old World jewl/clothing
35 Page, Sue
30 Panella, John
57 Pei, Sarah
watercolor/pearl jel
49 Rodriguez, Gladys non-profit
29 Saratis, Jirasin Jennifer’s Handcrafts clay/jewl
1 Shanahan, Kris Chesapeake Bracelets
50 Sinclair, Margarette & Neville LaVieve natural skincare items
9 Stonesifer, Sue Fine Lines Design N’ Art paint&light bottles
27 Struck, Bill & Karen Love Struck Country Crafts calendar holders
63 Taylor, Anne Parker Place house acces
52 Tayman, Emily charcoal art
8 Tracey, Steven Fantasy Faces airbrush/tattoos
2 Turner, Larry & Judy Taylor Turnings wood bowls/stoppers
46 Wagman, David wagjems jewelry
47 Wallace, Donna Switch plates
51 Wang, Yan metal work ornaments
42 Weed, Susan By the Bay Jewels jewl/slv/lampwork bead/seaglass
39 Wierzalis, bill italfoto italian photos
22 Wilder, Ron photos/cards

Booth # Name Business items

16 Ahuja, Divya Mystic Lines, LLC bead jewelry
20 Atcherson, Brittany
8 Bangal, Maria PrettynGreen Is recycled bags/ journals/totes/jewl
12 Caldwell, James painted child toys
15 DeHart, Pat oil/acrylic
26 Drayton, Nicole Lais Dilan glass jewl
11 Garcia, Laura Isabella’s World jewelry
33 Giles, Barbara jewl
7 Goldman, Irina
13 GottaSwing
22 Hertzog, Jaime
23 Hertzog, Jaime
14 Horwat, Michael flags
10 Joupoh, Anchalee bags/fashion
21 Kinney, Barbara jewl/scarves
30 Luby, Janet Bay Theatre non-profit
2 Macharia, William jewl/fiber prints
18 Mack, Breeyn Lost and Favored jewl
29 McKeague, Lisa SGO Designer Glass of Annapolis decorative glass
1 Medina, Percy
31 Putnam, Leslie Love & Glitter jewl/pendants
27 Rausch, Kevin tie dye clothing
5 Sadowski, Tami photo/purse/lamp
9 Swann, Erin metal jewl
28 Waddell, Katie Petite Penguin Studios photo/jewl/candle/card/bag
6 Weaver, Maria Natural Feelings jewl/crochet
17 Winner, Kelly Beijo Bags

City Gate
Booth # Name Business items
1 Todd, Barbara massage
2 Allen, Elaine Ann books/kid act
3 Hutton, Kelly Toadally Clips bead hairclips
4 Gardner, Jackie jewl/cloth/perfume
5 Kuumba, Peter Kuumba Imports african jewl/clothing
6 Williams, Deanna Handmade by Deanna purse/apron/wallet
7 Zirkle, Shannon henna art
8 Garrison, Anne art/recycle materials


West Street

12-1:30 Alexandria Kleztet Wiseman Park

1:30-2:00 Free Swing dance lessons Wiseman Park

1:30-3:00 Middle eastern Stan & Joe’s Lot

3:30-5:00 Tom Lagana Wiseman Park

Whitmore sponored by GottaSwing.com

2:00-3:30 Unified Jazz Ensemble

3:30-5:00 DJ and Swing Dancing


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Celebrate the 1st Day of August …. at Annapolis’ First Sunday Arts Festival!

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 10:58 pm by Administrator

August brings us hot and humid days – often called the Dog Days of summer! There are no official National holidays and no school in August, but this month marks the height of summer. It means vacation-time for many and fun-time outdoors with friends, family, and yes, even your dogs!

If you find yourself in or near Annapolis, Maryland on August 1st, you won’t want to miss coming by First Sundays Art Festival.
First Sunday is a festival that celebrates many forms of art – with live music, entertainment, and over 90 booths of art, jewelry, house wares, accessories and so much more.

It is a fun-filled, outdoor, free, family affair for all ages. And since West Street is closed to cars from Church Circle to Calvert Street during the Festival, several restaurants become outdoor cafes with perfect seating to watch the fun and people go by! The Festival fun begins at noon and goes until 5:00 p.m. – a full day of fun for everyone in your family.
Live Entertainment on West StreetAlexandria Kleztet – the band combines jazz, classical, world beat & rock to create a unique & entertaining sound, and appear annually at the Kennedy Center & Peabody Institute — from 12-noon – 1:30 p.m. in Wiseman Park. Latif & Banat Middle Eastern Dance Troupe — entertains you with belly dancing & other choreographed routines – from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. in Stan & Joe’s side lot. Tom Iagana’s Jazz Trio — a modern jazz guitar group whose eclectic compositions range from jazz to classical to folk and Afro-Cuban will perform from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. in Wiseman Park. Plus Free Swing Dance Lessons given at Wiseman Park from 1:30-2:00 p.m.
Around the Corner In Whitmore Park: Swing Dancing! Swing Dancing Fun – for longtime and first-time fans from 2:00-5:00 p.m. The Unified Jazz Ensemble – performs from 2-3:30 p.m. providing live music for the dancers, and then the swing dancing fun continues with DJ-music accompaniment from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
We hope you can join the fun and festivities on August 1st for Annapolis’ First Sunday Arts Festival. There will be two more opportunities to enjoy First Sunday’ activities in 2010 — September 5 and October 3 – the first Sundays of those months!
For vendor information, visit the website: www.firstsundayarts.com to download an application or call: 410-741-3267.

Sponsored in part by Severn Savings Bank and Gottaswing.com.


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Next First Sunday Event August 1, 2010

Posted in First Sunday Arts Festivals Fun Bits of Info at 12:30 am by Administrator

The next First Sunday Arts Festival is August 1, 2010. Mark your calander this is a fun day to play at a great Art Festival.

Festival Parking tip – You can park for free at the State Parking Garage at the corner of Bladen Street and Calvert Street. Its just a 2 block stroll on Calvert Street to the festival . Of course you can also pay to park at one of the 2 parking garages at the festival on Calvert Steet.

August maybe Hot but theres shade at First Sunday Arts. 40% of the Artists at First Sunday Arts are under shade trees along Calvert Street at Whitemore Park and City Gate Park areas. If you need shade on West street , step inside one of the tents. Warning though, you will probally fall in love with something inside one of the tents and make a purchase. When also else fails get a snowcone or lemonade from the refreshment stand on Calvert Street.

Check back to this blog as we will be keeping you up to date on the Festivals entertainment and artists for each Festival Here.

If you know an artist / crafter that should be at First Sunday Arts, have them contact us. We have a few spaces left at Whitemore Park on Calvert Street for the August 1, 2010 festival. (West Street and City Gate Park is already completely booked for August)

We want your feedback.  If you have attended a First Sunday Arts Festival, please go to our websites homepage and fill out the 10 question survey on the bottom of the page.       www.firstsundayarts.com


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