The art and science of imagination

Holiday Market

November 22, 2014

10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Please join us Saturday 11/22 from 10am-4pm to usher in the holiday season and get your shopping done! The Market will feature pottery, jewelry, clothing and other fiber arts, accessories, handmade toys, fresh holiday greenery, local honey, handmade soap, and many other unique gifts. Activities for children will be featured throughout the day, and there will be a Kindermarket where they can choose and wrap handmade gifts for family and friends. Enjoy live music, coffee, and delicious food at our cafe.
Keep up to date on the Holiday Market on our Facebook Event Page!

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Artisan Vendors include:

Claudia Marie Felt, Claudia Lenart
wool felted animals, angels, ornaments, and Waldorf fairies

My Small Wonders, Donna Koranek 847-550-9322
hand-dyed yarn, felting kits & supplies, felted items

Eyeball Designs, Elizabeth English
re-purposed clothing & accessories

Whimsical Acres, Gabriela Zamora
goat milk soap, lotions, body butter, baby cream, eye pillows, sewn children’s toys

Hatlestad Studio, John G. Hadlestad 847-223-5260
wooden swords, shields, exercise bars, & walking sticks

Claymate’s Pottery, Linda Zepere 847-668-6758
functional pottery & ceramic jewelry, mugs, bowls, yarn bowls & more

Young Living Essential Oils, Carrie Wilhelm #397035 224-280-6228
essential oils & products

Wires, Pliers & Stones, S Jay Wexler 847-367-5493
handmade jewelry and art objects made from natural stones and materials

The Bee House, Lizzy Holland 847-752-8499
natural wood toys and felt play food toys that inspire imagination

Stitched for Ewe, Katie Cook & Sherree Grinnip 815 893-4037
unique hand made and embroidered items, ready-made or design your own

Farmhouse Creations Art Glass Studio, Susan Slack
fused glass art

Leigh Beads, Leigh Spoehr 847-456-9990
affordable, wearable hand made jewelry pieces, inspired by natural elements

L Gerard Studio, Laura Gerard
hand-painted silk scarves, lampwork glass beads, hand-stitched journals

Indira Chandra
gifts from around the world, shawls and stoles

Christine Aylward
functional ceramics