Join us for a show and sale of artwork created by Third Haven Friends Meeting (Quaker) affiliated artists. Paintings, pottery, glasswork, baskets, photography, knit items, holiday gifts, baked goods and more will be for sale. A portion of the artwork sales will help fund the renovation of historic buildings and revitalization of the grounds. This event is free and open to the public.
Visit the 1684 meetinghouse while you’re here. It is Maryland’s oldest documented frame structure and the oldest Quaker meeting house in the United States. Take time to experience the serene grounds and learn how Third Haven Friends are investing in the history and natural beauty of this 7-acre property, tucked away in the heart of Easton.
Date: Saturday, December 3rd
Location: 405 S. Washington St., Easton, MD