First Sunday Arts Arts and Craft Vendors for August 2 2015

Posted in First Sunday Arts Vendors at 6:37 pm by Administrator

First Sunday Arts
West Street
Space Vendor Vendor

0 Nikki Hutchison Vino Chateau
1 Casey Yancey Precious Carlo
2 Christopher Woods Waters Woods
3 Jason Gaynor Why Not Foto
4 Deanna Williams Handemade by Deanna
5 Leah Boelman Little Green Things
6 Verizon
7 Verizon
8 Janey Harrington Silk Creations by Janey
9 Norma Brooks njb Baskets of Joy
10 Jeffery Oh Tree to Art
11 Julia Sclar Julia Sclar Pottery
12 Roberta Manly Mystic Silver and Glass
13 Alan Anderson Ear Vinery
14 el toro
15 el toro
16 el toro
17 Maddifineart
18 Jennifer Roros Seaside Designs
19 Judy /felkamp Judy Felcamp Pottery
20 Rayhart
21 xxxxx
22 Hallie Farley Graystone Handcrafted Jewelry
23 Ryan Herbstsomer Autumn Summer woodcraft
24 Samantha Beary Sammy Girl Crafts
25 Gilbert Carey Gilbert’s Woodcraft
26 Neil Vosteus Randalia Bee Hives
27 Heather Reichardson Blue Eyed DragonFly
28 Deborah Hines River Rock Glass Studio
29 Rosemary Flood Paxis Place Pottery
30 Carlos Zepeda Co Zaana
31 leaf fitter
33 Rob Rhoton CR Stuff
34 Ralph Daniel Sungold Crafts
35 April Alayne Always April
36 Holly Deutch Holly Blue Jewelry
37 Becky Robinson Gallery of Wood
38 Patrice De Los Rios Peruvian Trend
39 Kathy Middlebrook Providence Center
40 Manny Zeeni Painted CoinsJewelry/coins
41 Catherine Otoole Quilts kabe
42 Kathy Farris Jessica’s Hearts Fountation
43 Tom Anderson Olde Dog
44 Sarah Taylor Framing of the Shoe
45 Ramon Matheu RaymonMathew Pop Art
46 Sarah Trevisan Sarah Studios
47 Jacqueline Handley Jacqueline Handley Designs
48 Livia Fiorio Kind Market
49 Melissa Clunk Clunkin Treasures
50 David Folio Folio Glass Art
51 xxxxx
52 Barclay McCauley Barclay Soap Co
53 Shannon Sterner/ Eric Roberge Sterner Art Company
54 Edward Faine Faine Books
55 Doanld wise
56 Alison Shriver Alison Shriver Designs
57 Zita Khan Zita and Co
58 Yandong Wang Yan’s Art Studio
59 Laura Summerson We R Crafts
60 Jackie Skarzynski Chelsea Market Designs
61 Scott American Design Build
62 Margaret Lewis Miniature Inspirations
63 Kathy Mebus Two Sister Seashell Designs
64 Cem Ozkok Old World
65 Janice Brock Janice’s Table
66 MaryJo Light Happy Medal Art
67 Anne Taylor Parker Place
68 Sue Posey Posey’s by the Sea
69 Danielle Burke From the Loom/Dan Scullys Pottery
70 Karen Danella cedarwood
39.5 FIAT
Shannon Oliver Gypsy Queen and Co

City Gate
2 Wendy Dean Omnibus Publishing
3 Elizabeth Lawerance Women to woman Naturals
4 Michael Pivec MVP Wood Crafts
5 Katia Baskina Kat Art
6 Judlth Wallace Crysta Sage
7 Debbie Braaten Debsnewstart
8 Karen Forbes Bead Quest

Whitmore Park

1 Hope Shakya Inspired Fashions of Asia
2 Stephen Norberg Thunder Beast
3 JNP Project
4 Wendy Carballo Tatting by Wendy
5 Tybar Middlekauff Wicked Rabyt
6 Jo Giannico Jolin Designs
7 April Conley A Eliz Photography
8 Marcia Dickerson Foot Bling Things
9 Twila Zoerner Lady Twighlights Artistic Creations
10 Diane Matter Simply Di Designs
11 Cody Wright Dye Llama
12 Mary Requera Tembo Group
13 Renee Guerassio Beautiful Designs by Renee
14 Lowell Hughes Juliet Art Studio
15 36 letters
16 John Balacki From the good Earth
17 Michael Strickland M + D Gift Art
18 Ronit Waisbrod Beads at a Garden
19 Kim Pernia Kimmings Jewelry
20 Angela Froggy Pants
21 Jenna Petterson Calvert Kettle Korn
22 Heather Brice Tropic of Capricorn
24 Lisa Ochwat Nature Scripts Alpha Photo
25 Adiante Franszoon eastern market furniture
26 Emily Pearson pear Tree Goods
27 Stephen Cimo Azul 2 Arisans Imports
28 Tish Mayne Kitchen Saver
29 Diane Hirsch Dos Gatos Artisan Jewelry
30 Yasmin Bowers YB Green Jewelry
31 Timothy Fry Purple Pallet
32 John Talman Crabtown Curbs Cuisine
33 Ice Cream Lady Ice Cream Lady
34 Nate Andrea Oshea Great Frogs Winery
35 Kona Ice

For more info visit www.firstsundayarts.com

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First Sunday Arts Festival in Downtown Annapolis has its Biggest Music Line up Ever on Sunday August 2, 2015

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 6:29 pm by Administrator

The hottest in Summer Fun returns to downtown Annapolis on Sunday August 2 with the First Sunday Arts Festival on Calvert and West Streets from 11am to 5pm

The day is going to be filled with one of this street festivals biggest music line ups ever! The music starts big in the Stan and Joe’s parking lot at noon with the Jello Boys playing the hits from the Grateful Dead. At 3pm is your opportunity to hear a band that played at the historic Carr’s Beach when The Pipe Dreamers take over the stage.

In Weisman Park next to the Visitor’s Center the music line up starts at noon with your chance to hear The Late Boomers, an acoustic quartet featuring Jeremy Schuhmann on guitar/harmonica/vocals, Tom Andrews on guitar/mandolin, Eric Glaser on bass/vocals and Elizabeth Melvin on snare/djembe/vocals will play honky-tonk, country swing and bluesy-grass from 12:30-2:30 pm , followed by some great rock with the Grey Dog Band at 3pm.

In Whitmore Park check out the sounds of summer with the Chesapeake Steel Drum Band starting at 3pm. On a softer note under the trees by City Gate you can take in the sounds of Joanne and Adriene.

Entertainment for the kids includes a kids band at noon in Whitmore Park, plus balloon animals from the Gypsy Queen, face painting by Shannon Sterner. Kids can also take a break in the shade and enjoy a free story time throughout the day in Whitmore Park hosted by JNP Project.

The most popular part of the festival, remains true with the streets and parks will be filled with over 100 artisan vendors starting at 11am selling handcrafted furniture, baskets, sculptures, blown glass, pottery, jewelry, books, home d├ęcor, paintings, photography and more. Three will be plenty of unique and original art and craft items for you to shop for.

When you get hungry the cafes on West Street will spill into the streets giving you a chance to eat some of the best in international fare. Choose from Italian, Mexican, Asian, Irish and American cuisine. At Whitmore Park on Calvert Street the food options continue for those on the go from the food trucks. There is also wine tasting from the local Annapolis Great Frogs winery and a local root beer maker Thunder Beast in Whitmore Park.

Once the First Sunday Festivals end at 5pm the festival After Parties begin. Head inside and check out the following After Parties; Gospel Sushi at Tsunami, folk music and a art reception at 49 West Coffeehouse, live music on the back patio at Rams Head Tavern and a outdoor movie at dark on the back patio of Reynolds Tavern.

Parking at the festival is always easy. Two parking garages (Whitmore Garage and Gott’s Court Garage) are located right next to the festival on Calvert Street. Free parking is available two blocks from the festival at the State Parking Garage on the corner of Calvert and Bladen Street. Admission is always free to the festival and friendly pets are welcome.

The First Sunday Arts Festivals will continue this year on September 6, October 4 and November 1. For more information about First Sunday Arts Festivals please visit www.firstsundayarts.com

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