Annual Holiday Art & Craft Marketplace Opens November 30

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The second annual holiday Art & Craft Marketplace will be held at the Waterfowl Festival  Building on 40 South Harrison Street in Easton November 30th – December 2. The event is held in collaboration with Discover Easton’s Christmas in Easton, including Moonlight Madness (Nov 30th) and Tree Lighting and Holiday Parade (Dec1). This year’s event will have new artisan, craft and food vendors as well as returning favorites. Admission is free.

The event kicks off Friday evening at 4pm and includes a tasting with Lyon Distillery, beer and wine bar, food from Hill’s Café and holiday music. “Last year’s Friday night kickoff turned into a real social event,” said event co-coordinator Susan Langfitt. “Friends and neighbors shared some holiday cheer, while they knocked out their holiday shopping. It was a very successful first event and we are really excited for year two.”  Tips for wine and beer sales will all go to benefit Talbot Mentors, as well as all Friday evening proceeds from Hill’s Cafe and Juice Bar.

The Cheesecake  will also have food and gift ideas available throughout the weekend. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be visiting the Marketplace on Saturday, when the hours will be 9am –  5pm. Sunday hours are 10am -3pm.

“We were very pleased with the success of last year’s event and are excited about this year’s artists and vendors,” said Jen Wagner, co-coordinator of the event. New to the Art & Craft Marketplace this year are handmade wooden toys by Damaris Bourland, fairy garden treasures by Garnet Hines, paintings, and metal and glass work from new vendors. Returning are the stunning life size driftwood sculptures by Larry Ringgold,  handmade candles by Red Ring Candles, and fresh greens by Fleurish. Lisa Pierson, Lisa Mussenden and Jane Cross return with their one of a kind jewelry pieces and are joined by Lee Mallory. “There’s something for every person and every price point. This is the place to see your friends, chat with neighbors and pick up some holiday gifts for loved ones or for yourself!” said Wagner.

Christmas in Easton Art & Craft Marketplace will be held Friday, Nov 30, 4-9pm, Saturday, December 1, 9am – 5pm, and Sunday, December 2, 10am – 3pm. Learn about the event at www.discovereaston.com or Christmas in Eaton Art and Craft Marketplace on Facebook. Contact Jen Wagner at 443-521-4084 for more information.

“We were very pleased with the success of last year’s event and are excited about this year’s artists and vendors,” said Jen Wagner, co-coordinator of the event. New to the Art & Craft Marketplace this year are handmade wooden toys by Damaris Bourland, fairy garden treasures by Garnet Hines, paintings, and metal and glass work from new vendors. Returning are the stunning life size driftwood sculptures by Larry Ringgold,  handmade candles by Red Ring Candles, and fresh greens by Fleurish. Lisa Pierson, Lisa Mussenden and Jane Cross return with their one of a kind jewelry pieces and are joined by Lee Mallory. “There’s something for every person and every price point. This is the place to see your friends, chat with neighbors and pick up some holiday gifts for loved ones or for yourself!” said Wagner

Christmas in Easton Art & Craft Marketplace will be held Friday, Nov 30, 4-9pm, Saturday, December 1, 9am – 5pm, and Sunday, December 2, 10am – 3pm. Learn about the event at www.discovereaston.com or Christmas in Eaton Art and Craft Marketplace on Facebook. Contact Jen Wagner at 443-521-4084 for more information.

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