2018 Vendors

Watermen

Eastern Shore Seafood  (website)

Crabs — Fresh, handpicked Chesapeake Bay crab meat and steamed crabs.
Woody and Andrea Zember (Onley)
Attending most markets.  (Away May 12 and July 28)

H.M. Terry Co.

Clams and oysters raised in Hog Island Bay on the seaside of the Eastern Shore by the Terry family since 1903.
H.M. Terry Co (Willis Wharf)
Selling from the “Eastern Shore Seafood” booth.

Farmers

Big Otter Farm

Heirloom western and Asian vegetables raised without any synthetic pesticides or insecticides in soil only amended by lime and composted manure. Also prepares and sells Southwestern Chinese foods such as dumplings, spring rolls and steamed buns
Wally Schwartz and Dao Qun Luo (Locustville)
Attending every market. Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Chatham Flower Farm, LLC   (website)

Biodynamically grown specialty cut flowers, herbs and lavender. Small original oil paintings.  A limited number of CSA subscriptions are available for flowers. Farmstand and artists studio open to visitors at their historical property.   Members of Artisans Guild of ESVA, E.S. Art League and Women Who Farm Assn.
Kate Meyer and John Fitzpatrick (Painter)
Attending June 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, 18, 25, September 1, 8, 29. Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Cross Farms

Small-scale Certified Naturally Grown farm growing delicious and nutritious fruit, vegetables, herbs including corn, two dozen varieties of tomatoes, beans, squash, potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, egg plant, melons, berries, pumpkins, gourds, microgreens and more.  Spring and fall cut flowers .
Carol Cross (Berlin, MD)
Away until further notice.  

Hopeland Gardens  (website)

8-acre farm with sustainably grown seasonal vegetables including asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, onions, snap beans (round & flat), heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, beets, sweet corn, watermelon, turnip greens, kale and spinach. Hayman and Hopeland hybrid sweet potatoes grown from our own sprouts.  Only hybrid seed used on this farm. The tillage method is used to control weeds & grass, not herbicides. Food safety trained.
Joe Ferebee (Modest Town)
Attending every market. Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Hostas Only

Variety of locally grown hosta plants. Iron garden art. This is Rita’s Going Out of Business Sale!
Rita Hilton (Franktown)
Attending June 2.

Perennial Roots Farm  (website)

Certified Naturally Grown farm specializing in rare heritage breed meat and heirloom vegetables raised on a biodynamic permaculture homestead, many of which are featured on the Slow Food Ark of Taste for their superior quality, distinct taste and rarity. We offer seasonal heirloom vegetables, fruits, cultivated and foraged mushrooms, cut flowers, plants, herbs, teas and salves. Our meat is pastured and supplemented with local soy-free organic grain. We offer heritage rabbit meat, turkey, pork and lamb as well as eggs from free range chickens and ducks.
Stewart Lundy & Natalie McGill (Accomac)
Attending every market except May 26, June 16, September 8 and 22.

Pickpenny Produce

Sustainably growing local produce since 1984.  Fresh herbs and specialty vegetables including asparagus, bokchoy, beets, turnips. USDA GAP certified.
John Johnston (Locustville)
Attending May 5, 12, 19, 26.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.  

Sanders Orchards

A variety of peaches throughout the season, as well as seasonal vegetables. We moldboard, plow and disc the soil and grow using no herbicides and cultivate with organic fertilizer and compost and adjust the pH with woods and dolomite lime. We start all our plants with hybrid seeds. Also sell Free Range Eggs.
Carl Sanders  (Machipongo)
Attending every market except June 9.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Sparky’s Farm

Honey. Organically grown hay for livestock. USDA inspected beef (when available). Wood bird carvings.
Matt Cormons (Parksley)
Attending TBA.

Triune Farms

Cooking herbs and spices, shiitake and oyster mushrooms, garlic, onions, hot and sweet peppers, pumpkins all grown without synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. Fruit jams, corn stalks, holly and holiday wreaths made from grapevine and natural materials.  We strive to provide the most nutritious food possible while being good stewards of Creation.
John & Cindy Galambos (Temperanceville)
Attending July 28, August 11, September 1, 15, 29, October 13, 27.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.  

Van Dessel Farms

Fresh horseradish root and fresh ground horseradish. Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and other seasonal produce from a fifth generation family farm.  Wild berry jam offered in the Fall.
Jessica Van Dessel  (Parksley)
Attending May 5, 12, 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14, 28, August 11, 25, September 15, 29, October 6, 20, November: if crops are still producing.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.
  

Prepared Food

Angela’s Bagels and More

Handcrafted old-world style breads: NY Style Boiled Bagels, Small French Baguettes, Small Rosemary Garlic Baguettes, Cinnamon Raisin Bread Loaf , Cranberry Walnut Braided Bread, Five Grain Bole, Italian Bread, Kaiser Rolls, Rustic Bole, Rye Bole, Sourdough Bread, Zucchini Bread, Biscotti, Pumpkin/Pecan Muffins, Crumpets, Cinnamon Rolls, French Macarons and Fresh Pasta.  Jeremy’s Gourmet Brownies and “Baby Cakes”.
Angela and Jeremy Faraguna (Parksley)
Attending every market. Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Barnes Bees

Backyard hobbyist beekeeper selling honey, lip balms, 100% beeswax candles and blocks of pure beeswax.
Angela Barnes (Parksley)
Attending August 4, October 27. Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Barrier Islands Salt Co.

Virginia’s first and only salt maker since the 1700’s.  We harvest deep, gin clear sea water by boat near Cobb Island, one of Virginia’s Barrier Islands. We evaporate the water, leaving only the taste of the wild, briny sea.  Signature flake sea salt.
Anna Vita Lee (Cape Charles)
Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Charles Holladay

Fruit pies, sandwich breads, ready-to-bake pizza dough, bignets.  Also, by request, hand-forged tools, dog tags and other items.
Charles Holladay (Melfa)
Attending May 12, 19, 26, June 9. 

Pesky Grass Baked Goods

Gluten-free fruit and nut raw bars, vegan chocolate cupcakes, cherry/nut bars, macaroons, carrot cake, chocolate/cherry/almond no-bake cake, granola, Rice Krispy treats.
Ellen Sprouls (Pocomoke City, MD)
Attending May and September 15 through end of October.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

POWnd Cakes by Jen, LLC

Amazing pound cakes in small, medium and larges sizes in flavors that include almond/cinnamon, chocolate, lemon, vanilla, coconut, pineapple/coconut and strawberry!
Jennifer Anglin (Norfolk, VA…grew up in Onancock)
Attending June 23, 30, July 28,  August 11, September 8,29.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Schuyler’s Cranberry Relish

Cranberry Relish made from Schuyler’s own (very) secret recipe.
Schuyler Hurlbut (Exmore)
Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Umm Yummies

Lovingly home baked pound cakes, artful cupcakes and tasty low-sugar oatmeal cookies.
Carmen and Marcia Fields (Bloxom)
Attending  May 5, 26, June 2, 30, July 21, August 18, September 1 and October 6.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

 

 

Artists and Artisans 

Adam Wirth

Crabpot wire Christmas trees that are foldable and come wired with lights. Made for all seasons!
Adam Wirth (Onancock)
Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

BInspired

Papercrafted handmade and handstamped greeting cards, bookmarks and invitations. Special orders available.
Brittany Koltys (Painter)
Attending May 5, 12, 19, June 2, 9, 16, 30, July 7, August 4, September 1, October 6, 13. Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Burbs, Bibs and Lids

Unique items for unique babies. Burp cloths, toddler bibs, turtleneck bibs, art smocks, changing pads, sock babies, children’s placemats, reversible sun hats, swaddlers, embellished onesies, once skirts, T-shirt skirt extensions.
Monica Mantia (Greenbush)
Attending July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4, 18, 25, September 1, 8, 15, .

Cal’s Putterings   

Handcrafted wooden cutting boards, trivets, small turnings, key rings and pens made from domestic and exotic hardwoods.  Engraving available.
Richard Coolidge (Princess Anne, MD)
Attending May 5, 19, June 2, 16, July 14, 28, August 11, 25, September 22, 29, October 6, 20, 27.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Cindy Lu’s Creations

Handmade dishcloths, pot scrubbies, decorative home accessories including interesting items created from repurposed vintage housewares.  Knitted scarves, seasonal wreaths, carved wood hummingbirds, jams and jellies.
Cindy J. Lee (Onley)
Attending every market.  Selling from the “Hopeland Gardens” booth.

Dominion Multimedia

Graphic art:custom sketches of kids, pets, adults and printed media: comic books, news magazine.
Stevon Sample (Exmore)
Attending May 5, 12, June 2, July 7, 28, August 4, 25, October 27.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Egret Exclusives

Paper-crafted handmade greeting cards, bookmarks and matted works.  Handcrafted framed inspirational pieces with retro and vintage frames.  Eastern Shore themed works.
Jayne Wilson (Onancock)
Attending July 14, 28, August 11, September 29, October 27.

Fiber Room at Baker & Company Llamas

Breeding and raising llamas since 1995, we use the soft, luxurious fleece to create yarn, rovings and finished garments of our own design. Finished items include mitts, scarves, vests and cowls.  We also offer felted soaps, handmade soap, fused glass buttons and decorative weavings.
Barbara Baker (Hacksneck)
Attending October 13.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

GS Custom Woodworking, LLC  (website)

Artisan woodcraft products designed and created by Grant Spence. Specializing in wall hangers including the renowned ESVA wall hanger.
Grant Spence (Exmore)
Attending May 12, June 16, 30, July 14, August 11.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Guy and Kristi Shover

Bronze sculpture of realistic wildlife and interpretive creations.  Guy also carves hardwoods. Member of the Eastern Shore Art League.
Guy and Kristi Shover (Bloxom)
Attending June 9, 30, July 7, September 29.

Haydon Rochester   

Six fiction books in which mystery, love and humor abound. Relax with a good read in any of his four novels or two collections of short stories. 
Haydon Rochester (Onancock)
Attending July 7.   Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Jacobson Arts   (website)

Original paintings in oils, acrylic, pastels and mixed media.  Notecards and paintings with magnet backs. “This life is a gift, and I’ve never understood it more clearly than I have since gambling everything, leaving the corporate world, and doing what I love.”
Carrie Jacobson (Wachapreague)
Attending June 30, July 21, 28, September 22, October 20.

Jillybeans

Handcrafted felt play food.
Jill Staplaton (Painter)
Attending June 16, July 21, August 18, September 15, October 20. Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Joel & Dawn Simpson

Hand turned wooden bowls and hand carved wooden utensils. White oak baskets. Crocheted wearables and accessories made from premium natural fibers. Members of The Artisans Guild of ESVA.
Joel and Dawn Simpson (Hallwood)
Attending May 5, June 2, July 7, August 4, September 1, October 6.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market

Laughing Dog Jewelry  (website)

Original, very unique handmade affordable jewelry created by local artist using various metals and semi-precious stones.  Bracelets, pins, earrings, barrettes, belt buckles.  Will take custom orders.
Jim Warren (Parksley)
Attending every market except May 26 and June 23. Attending the November 17 Holiday Market. 

Laurence Pitts (website)

Handmade wooden farm house decor products including raised dog feeders, old fashioned tool boxes, bird houses, patio benches and tables.
Laurence Pitts (Wachapreague)
Attending June 2, 16, 23, 30, July 7, 21, August 4, 18, September 15, 22, October 20, 27.

Mama Girl

Folk Art which is inspired by Mama Girl’s faith and happy imagination.  She wants her art to bring joy to everyone who encounters it.
Mary Onley (Painter)
Attending June 2.  

Peggy’s Patches

Handmade textile accessories and decorative items.
Peggy Brown (Melfa)
Attending August 25.  

Priddygirlz Beads

Handcrafted costume jewelry including earrings, bracelets, necklaces and rings.
Brenda Yates (Onley, VA)
Attending May 26, June 2, 30, July 7, August 4, 25, September 1, 22, October 6.

Pritay Sea Treasures

Beach themed sea glass and shell jewelry, home decor, sun catchers, mosaics, wind chimes, lamps and more.
Patricia Bragg (Wachapreague)
Attending May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 9, 16, 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 11, 18, 25, September 1, 15, 22, 29, October 13.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Seaside Spinner

Works with regionally grown wool and alpaca fibers to create yarns colored with natural plant dyes. Offering yarns, knitting kits, Christmas ornaments and knitted woolen accessories such as purses, scarves, hats and mittens.
Nancy Ferguson (Greenbackville)
Attending May 19, June 2, 23, July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, September 1, 15, 22, 29, October 6, 13, 20, 27.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Secrets of the Universe

Eco-friendly, nature inspired jewelry that incorporates exotic recycled materials from around the world.
Joan Devaney (Salisbury, MD)
Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Shore Dogs

Baked pet treats including “Doggie Breath Busters” made from flax, parsley and peppermint. Also a pumpkin and cinnamon creation. Handmade dog bandanas and do-it-yourself dog collars.
Stephanie Blaine (Gainsville, VA)
Attending May 12, June 30, July 14, August 11, September 8, October 13, 27.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

Sisters Making It

Handmade wearable and decorative items including crocheted bracelets, necklaces, hats, scarves, purses. Holiday decorations and wreaths.
Julie Elbers and Angie Cobb (Onancock, VA)
Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.

South Street Creations  (website)

Woven wall hangings, knitted and woven scarves, woven coasters and mug rugs, crocheted paracord baskets. Chainmaille and beaded jewelry, bookmarks and home ornaments. Pottery pins. Recycled paper.  Handmade wooden flounder and mermaids.  Member of the Eastern Shore Art League
Tomeka Watkinson and Bob Williams (Wachapreague)
Attending May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 9, 16, July 21, August 18, September 1, 8, 15, 29, October 6, 13, 20, 27.

Stained Glass Creations by Linda Ennis  

Mosaic tiles and plates, stained glass jewelry and panels, sun catchers, business card holders.  Member of the Eastern Shore Art League
Linda Ennis (Jamesville)
Attending TBA.

Susan McGuire

Watercolor and acrylic paintings. Florals, seascapes, landscapes, figures and cards. Framed and unframed.  Member of the Eastern Shore Art League.
Susan McGuire (Onancock)
Attending June 30, July 7, 21, 28, September 22, October 20.  Attending the November 17 Holiday Market.