This weekend, September 8th, downtown Onancock will be abuzz with the annual Harborfest celebration.  On this date, the regular Onancock Market will transform into an expanded Art Show, with our regular Farmers, Watermen & Food Vendors setting up on the grass area behind the lot we normally occupy.

Here’s a quick overview of the changes this means for our regular market patrons:

The Harborfest Art Show will operate from 9am – 4pm in the gravel lot on the corner of Market Street & Ames.

The Onancock Market food vendors will be open from 9am – 12pm, located just next to the lot, on the grass area. (Note, the Market is opening 1 hour later than usual)

 

…So come out and shop for your regular fresh produce, seafood, BBQ, meat and baked goods … AND swing through the Art Show to find some great gifts, decorations and unique goods that will be on offer!

(Click here for the full lineup of Harborfest festivities)

2012 Harborfest Art Show Vendors

Lauri Fisher – Handcrafted Gemstone Jewelry

Mama Girl – Paper mache folk art sculptures and pictures

Carmie Duer – Silver wire wrapped oyster shells and sea glass jewelry Roberta Dean –

Handpainted Silk Scarves, pillows and framable art

Raphaela Garris – Handmade beaded jewelry

Pat Mulligan – Hand turned wooden bowls

Linda Redmond – Handmade Doll clothes and accessories

Bryan Shreaves – Handmade primitive art birdhouses

Mary Lou Culbertson – Sea Glass Jewelry

Mary Waldron – Jewelry and wood crafts

Pat Ellison – Painting and wearable art

Laura Ellison – Resin Jewelry

Joanne & Edward Beckwith – Jewelry, decoys, paintings, sketches

Diana M. Davis – original watercolors

Lavender Skies – soaps, lotions, herbs

Polka Dots – Handcrafted Jewelry

Willowdale Botanical Science – lotions and natural cosmetics

Elizabeth Hunt Pottery – Hand turned sculptural teapots, vases, etc

Guy Shover – Miniature cast bronzes and bronze and wood figures

WeBeJammin’- Homemade jams and jellies

Kit Fechtig – Miniature paintings

Plan B – Jewelry and ArtJewelry

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