The market is rolling right along, just hitting our stride as we make our way into the second half of our outdoor season. We’re pleased to announce another full market with 38 artisans showing their creations along Ashland Creek, in the heart of downtown Ashland.
It is always a few degrees cooler down by the creek, which is still running cold and clear this late into the season. Grateful that Mt. Ashland still has snow. Very cool!
As manager, I would like to welcome back to the market all you artists who were just up at Oregon Country Fair in Eugene. I hope it was a huge success for each and every one of you. It is good to have you back!
This weekend you will find all sorts of locally made art and craft at this outdoor market on Calle Guanajuato, the cobbled alleyway behind the plaza shops in downtown Ashland. This magical domain is were you will encounter metal smithed jewelry, whimsical fairy sculptures, pottery, leatherwork, photography, woodwork, fine art, hand pounded copper bowls, carved stones, and much more.
Join us along the creek. Live music, creek side dining, and locally created artisanal wares.
Saturday, July 15
11:30-1:30 Rod Petrone
2:30-4:30 Hollis Peach
Sunday, July 16
11:30-1:30 Daniel Sperry
2:30-4:30 Cole Cullen