10.20.16

First Sunday Arts Festival – Holiday Market – November 6, 2016 11am-5pm

Posted in First Sunday Arts Press Releases at 1:33 pm by Administrator

As the holiday season approaches the popular First Sunday Arts Festival continues on November 6th to fill the historic streets and parks of Downtown Annapolis, Maryland with some of the regions best artists, crafters, musicians and food.

The First Sunday Arts Festival has themed the November 6th festival as the “Holiday Edition” as this is the time people start their holiday shopping. The festival has 130 vendors packing the the streets with original and unique gifts. Thousands of shoppers Visit Annapolis for this fun street festival. Shop from hand crafted jewelry, wheel thrown pottery, hand knitted hats and scarves, alpaca clothing, photography, paintings, books, forged metal arts, fused glass, home decor, local wine, and more.

This is your opportunity to have fun while Shopping. No mall stores with untrained seasonal staff and no boring nights shopping alone off the internet. Here you can meet the people that make the items you select and truly get to appreciate the Craftsmanship.

The afternoon also includes a great line of free entertainment/ Live music including;

Wiesman Park
Caleb Stine noon -2pm
Ahren Buchheister 3pm-5pm

Garrett Park Guitars Stage next to Stan and Joe’s Saloon
Dan Haas Music 11am-1pm
Skribe 2pm-4pm
Wine tastings by Great Frogs Winery 11am-5pm

2nd Blocks of West Street
Mike Heuer Music 2pm-4pm

Whitmore Park
Jeremy Ragsdale Voice Studio 11am-5pm

For the kids there is face painting, balloons and the coolest game room in town at Mission Escape Rooms – Annapolis.

After you finish Shopping at the festival check out the unique boutiques and galleries in the Annapolis Arts District including Nancy Hammond Editions, The Annapolis Collection Gallery, Fin Art, Sparrow, Whitehall Gallery, ArtFarm Annapolis, Wine & Design, Nap town furniture and more.

Show your support for the arts, made in the U.S.A. and Made in Maryland by inviting your friends to First Sunday Arts Festivals Holiday Market on Sunday November 6th from 11am to 5pm on West Street between Church Circle and Lafayette Avenue and in Whitmore Park on Calvert Street.

Parking is easy near the festival at the following garages Whitmore’s Garage, Gott’s Court Garage, Knighton Garage and even free parking at the State Garage on St Johns Street.

Also mark your calendar for December 4th for the lighting of the Holiday Light Canopy and Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival on West Street.

First Sunday Arts Festivals and the Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival are hosted by the Inner West Street Association and managed by Evans Management LLC

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