06.29.11

July 3, 2011 Artists Crafter Vendors @ First Sunday Arts Festival

Posted in First Sunday Arts Vendors at 1:42 pm by Administrator

Welcome to First Sunday Arts Festivals for July 3, 2011. This Sunday from noon-5pm on Calvert and West Streets from Noon to 5pm. Tour both streets to see over 100 artists and crafters plus live music, magic and cafes. Bring your family, friends and friendly pets to enjoy a summer day of the arts.
 
Free admission as always plus if you park at the State Parking Garage on the corner of Calvert and Bladen Street its FREE PARKING !
The Festival starts on Calvert Street and wraps around the corner to West street.  Its  aday of art, shopping, entertainment and food.
Arrive early at attend the Jazz Brunch at Rameshead Tavern or Bassa Nova Brunch at 49 West Coffeehouse. Keep up to date with us on Facebook and Twitter. We look forward to seeing you at the festival. www.firstsundayarts.com
 
Vendor List
 

Whitmore

Booth #

Name

 

 

8

Berman, Terry

34

Boyer, Julia/Marcus
Fernald

6

Brooks,
Evelyn

20

Clark, Kimberly

19

Connolly, Jennifer

21

Coyle, Allan

23

Dalik, Heather

14

Dangoor, Erez

16

De Los Rio, Patricia

28

Flood, Rosemary

26

Gang, Janelle

31

Godin, Robert

7

Gonsales, Johnsy

5

Groves, sara

27

Hagman, Nancy

17

Jordan, Debbie

30

Lawrence, Natalie

29

Lewis, Alice

3

Macharia, William

4

Malenich, Stephanie

13

May, Heather

15

McNabb, Scott

18

Moore,
Stephanie

32

Moyer, Loni

11

Niswander,
Laurie

2

Pedersen, Jenn

22

Pernia, Kim

33

Rutherford, Jan

12

Sass, Melissa

10

Schultz, Amanda

9

Taylor, Vivian

1

Wolfe, Bradley

 

City Gate

 

Booth #

Name

Business

1

Rakowski, Elinor

 

2

Mendez, Ruben

 

3

Trevisan, Sarah

 

4

Shanahan, Kris

5

Sharp, Ralph

 

6

Gomprecht, Kate

 

7

Walden, Dolores

Cenora Stelle

8

Craley, Barbara

Alexandria Glass Artists

 

West Street

New Booth #

Name

Business

7

Adams, Lisa

Adams Art
Production

30

Anderson,
Laura

Exlipse
Designs

14

Arria, Amelia

CityShapes

65

Barber,
Sandy

 

19

Barr, Steven

Raising Fashion Barr

25

Berry, Randy

 

33

Bray, Kathie

So Bead It

12

Brock, Janice

 

64

Bucci, Thomas

 

1

Burns, Michelle

Mystic Waters
Soap

56

Carney, susan

 

54

Christhilf, Donna

Chesapeake Yacht
Interiors

60

Cicale, Tami

 

41

Clautice, Laurie

 

34

Cloher, Diane

Preppy Style

44

Coulson

M and J Turnings

58

Dennis, Mollie

 

35

Diers, Julie

 

48

Drake, Michelle

 

2

Drayton, Nicole

Lais Dilan

26

Esson, Anne-Marie

 

13

Fairbank,
Lisa

Fire Light
Art Glass

62

Ferreira, Danielle

 

8

Forbes, Karen

 

42

Franz, Ed & Machelle

TM
Enterprises

29

Fritz, Debbie

 

59

Garcia, Dennis

 

46

Garcia, Laura

Isabells’s World

22

Gillis, Lynn

Garden Glass Windows

10

Guerra, constance

The constance Collection

23

Handley, Jackie

 

55

Hansbarger, Clark

Nature Names

52

Hartsfield,
Susan

 

61

Holmes, Chris

 

50

Hutchinson,
Kelly

 

3

Hyde, David

 

51

Jackson, Ann
Marie

 

17

Jorden, Lorretta

Stitchery
Designz

16

Lewnes, Lisa

Spaeranza Jewelry

32

Lockett, ana

Landscpae
Design Center

38

McCready, Bill

 

37

McDuffie, Pat

 

9

Mild, Rosemary &
Larry

magicile

11

Moore, Laura

 

18

Nudge, James

Pepperschlepper

24

Parker, Matthew

 

57

Pei, Sarah

 

53

Polonkey, Jim

 

6

Putnam, Leslie

Love & Glitter

31

Samuelson, Sharon

 

20

Saratis, Jirasin

 

36

Sinclair, Margarette &
Neville

LaVieve

5

Stonesifer, Sue

Fine Lines
Design

27

Struck, Bill & Karen

Love Struck Country
Crafts

63

Taylor, Anne

Parker Place

15

Taylor, Larry

Taylor
Turnings

28

Walsh, Arlene

Sparkles ‘n
Stones

66

Wang, Yandong

 

4

Weinhold, Sheri

 

0

Weinstein, Andrea

Simply Plated

43

Whorl, Steve

Classic Glass

49

Wicker,
Marian

 

39

Wierzalis,
bill

italfoto

45

Winner, Kelly

Purse-onality

21

x

 

40

Zeevi, Manny

 

 
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06.21.11

First Sunday Arts festival – July 3, 2011 Events

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 11:17 pm by Administrator

Press Release

First Sunday Arts Kicks off July with Free Day of Entertainment – Sunday July 3rd, 2011 – Noon to 5pm

Sunday July 3rd the First Sunday Arts Festival returns to Calvert and West Streets in downtown Annapolis from noon to 5pm. This monthly free summer festival is expected to bring around 7,000 people each month to downtown Annapolis to be immersed in the arts.

The Streets and parks along Calvert and West streets at the July 3rd festival are filled with over 100 artisans, live music performances, magic shows, street performers and an international selection of outdoor cafes. The festival starts on Calvert street next to the Whitemore and Gotts parking garages and wraps around the block to West Street ending at Church Circle.

The entertainment schedule for the day includes Ashley Forrest from 1-3pm at Whitemore Park on  Calvert Street. Having just completed recording the core of her debut country album titled CAN’T WAIT, 22-year old singer and songwriter Ashley Forrest has been performing throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Singing since she was three years old, Forrest’s genre flexibility and guitar acuity have made her popular with all age groups. Her performances are a must-see-n’hear for the entire family before she starts touring nationally in 2012.

Hailing from that quaint seaside sailing village in Maryland, Annapolis’ own “Ben’s Bones,” have been playing their exciting brand of acoustic rock at many of the area’s best clubs for over eight years. They’ve opened for well-known bands such as the Gin Blossoms, Jerry Jeff Walker, Dick Dale, The Presidents of the United States of America and The Church. Frontman Dan Haas has recorded with members of the Barenaked Ladies and Guster. Dan Haas with Ben’s Bones  will be playing from Noon to -1:30 at Wiseman Park next to the visitors center.

Performance return to Weisman Park in the afternoon with the  Tom Lagana Quartet. Tom Lagana is one of UMBC’s very own jazz instructor’s. Critics have been raving about his upcoming album release “Schematic” featuring George Garzone. Jazz fans are sure to line up to see them from 3:30 to 5pm.

Magic will be in the streets with The Magical Worlds of Jack Julius Live Stage and Illusion Show at 1pm next to Stan and Joes. Fear not if you miss this stage show as he will be strolling the streets and parks till 4pm  showing off his magic tricks.

Plus for the early birds check out the indoor entertainment at Ramshead Tavern and 49 West Coffehouse both hosting a Jazz Brunch stating at 11am.

As always there is free parking for this event at the State Parking Garage on the corner of Calvert and Bladen Street, located just about a block away from the start of the festival. More information can always be found at www.firstsundayarts.com


 


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06.03.11

First Sunday Arts Festival Sunday June 5, 2011

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 12:14 am by Administrator

Free Annapolis Summer Arts Festival June 5, 2011

First Sunday Arts Festival kicks off summer in downtown Annapolis on Calvert and West Streets on Sunday June 5th from noon to 5pm. The afternoon will be filled with music, entertainment and 100 local and regional artisans.

The streets will be filled with local artisans, crafters and writers selling handcrafted jewelry, pottery, textiles, books, photography, stained glass, paintings, wood-turnings and more. There will even be the Annapolis Arts Alliance members showcase to give you the opportunity to buy “Made in Annapolis.” Here is your chance to get that early gift for dad, a superhero cape for the kids or an original piece of art for the home.

Bring the family and friends and enjoy a cafe lunch from one of the 6 outdoor street cafes, stroll and shop the artisans and enjoy the two free afternoon concerts by the ever popular Unified Jazz Ensemble and Sparks, Raymond and McCoy. These 2 local Annapolis bands are sure to delight people of all ages. And don’t miss the annual Annapolis Arts Alliance Member Exhibit showcasing the rich artistic life of Greater Annapolis in the Stan & Joe lot from noon to 5pm. Neil Harpe & Eleanor Ellis will be providing live country blues from 1:30 to 3:30 at the Arts  Alliance member exhibit.

The First Sunday Arts festivals are always free admission street festivals plus free parking nearby at the State Parking Garage on the corner of Calvert and Bladen Streets. For more information visit www.firstsundayarts.com


 

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