FYI: Village Market & Food Park

Village Market & Food Park

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.

Click here for The Food Park Menu


St Thomas Episcopal Church will feature handmade fabric crafts and household items. Check out what these creative ladies have made.


Barbara Moore will bring her pottery to town. There will be a wonderful selection of hand turned and formed items which will make beautiful holiday gifts.


PAWS will be selling tee shirts and gifts for you to support our furry friends. Help contribute to this wonderful organization.


Jeanine Gilles will be joining the vendors to offer her handmade jewelry. She has been busy this year with some new designs.


The Oriental Woman’s Club will be on site to sell tickets to their dessert of the month raffle. Buy tickets for a chance for some yummy treats.


Michele Rodriguez CVA will be in attendance to demonstrate Animal Reiki treatments. Michele offers pet sitting for dogs, cats and horses.


Kristina Baum will be displaying and offering her hand made quilted and embroidered items. Take a good look at her free-standing lace pieces.


Our favorite alpaca lady will be back this year. Stop by Lou Ann Sekely’s booth for something soft and soothing. A great place for soft stuffed animals.


Michele Schaffer, owner of Senebet Schaffer, has beautiful paintings to hang on your walls.


Michael Walker will be bringing some of his Intarsia (inlaid wood) wall hangings. Very creative and beautiful.


Neanderthal Pottery will be in attendance with interesting ceramic items for your house.


Get ready to join in the music making and stop buy to see Tom McElroy’s hand painted Celtic drums. Tom is also playing on a porch. Come by to hear Tom tell you the interesting history of his drum designs.


Pottery By Samplyns Lynn DeChesser showcases ceramic arts for patio, home and garden. Her emphasis is on flowers, fish, and feathers.


B. H. Livinggood Photography Photography prints.


Alice Giro Alice will be here with her creations.


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