The Village Market is where you will find artisans selling their arts, crafts and wares, and the Food Park, which features local nonprofit organizations teamed up with area restaurants to offer a variety of “grab and go” food items.
The Village Market is located at Lou Mac Park. The Food Park is just across the street, adjacent to the Labyrinth.
Village MarketBarbara Moore Pottery: Hand made stoneware mugs, jugs, pitchers, candle holders dishes and bowls.
2 Creative Sistas: Handmade candles, wax melts, reed diffusers, linen and body spray.
Alpaca Products: Beautiful alpaca socks, scarfs, hats and gloves. Stuffed alpaca animals, yarn and dryer balls.
Honu Lampworked Glass: Award winning hand blown and lampworked glass jewelry and decorative glass pieces.
Beth Anns Creations: Decorative wreaths, floral arrangements and craftworks.
Heather Cobham: Local author of two award winning novels set in Oriental; Hungry Mother Creek and The Mother Tree.
Mike Walker Intarsia: Wall art made from solid natural hardwoods from around the world.
Neanderthal Pottery: Handmade stoneware pottery and sculpture.
Quin Dionne: Acrylic and oil painting of native wildlife.
BethsBeads: Woven and braided leather bead jewelry.
DoTerra Essential Oils: Aromatic oils for massage, dietary needs and sleep. OIl massage demonstrations available.
Backwoods Barbie: Farmasi Beauty products and various crafts.
Food ParkBayboro Development Center – The Great Wall
Friends of the Pamlico County Public Library – Yawl’s Cafe
NAACP Pamlico County – Silos\
Pamlico County Fishes and Loaves – Piggly Wiggly “The Piglet”
Parkinson’s Disease Oriental Alliance – M&M’s Cafe
Mary Ellen Ham
Pamlico Partnership for Children
Pamlico High Navy Junior ROTC Booster Club
Rotary Club of Oriental
S.E. Pamlico Volunteer Fire Dept. Station 19 – The Bean
Youth Navigating Towards Opportunity (YNTO) – Rick’s N.C. BBQ
Prime Time – Barco’s Food Company Fusion Restaurant
Taylor & Sons BBQ & Catering
Hope Clinic – Darrell Gibbs – Fish Fry
Helping Hands – Flame Catering & Banquet Center