August 26 and 27 at Lithia Artisans Market

Jeff Patterson makes pond yachts. Guaranteed to sail. See them in person at the Lithia Artisans Market of Ashland (LAMA).

Despite the smoky skies, we are open for business at the Lithia Artisans Market. 42 artisans are signed up to show over the course of the weekend. Another all star lineup of great local artists and musicians will be gathering along Ashland Creek for the outdoor market. Every weekend until the end of October.

SAT 10-6 ~  SUN 11-5

I am really excited about our lineup of music this weekend and hope the smoke clears up so the show can go on. However, if the smoke becomes an issue, music may be cancelled. Very excited to have The Maybe Sometimes playing on Saturday, and The Brothers Reed returning to our stage on Sunday. Full music schedule below.

Featured in the photo above is a very crafty member of the Lithia Arts Guild, Jeff Patterson. Jeff fell in love with pond yachts when he was a kid. He still has the original pond sailboat he had as a boy. Pond boats are a big deal in many parts of Europe, but not so much here in the states. Slowly but surely he is changing that with his small business he calls Constellation Pond Yachts. These boats are really cool and guaranteed to sail. His construction and attention to details in these boats is something you have to see in person. Come by and Jeff will tell you all about them.

The Maybe Sometimes featuring Bekkah McAlvage and Sage Meadows. Live music at the Lithia Artisans Market.

Music Schedule

Saturday, August 26

11:30-1:30     Doug Warner

2:30-4:30     The Maybe Sometimes

Sunday, August 27

12:00-3:00     The Brothers Reed

 

About LithiaArtisansMarket

We are a collective of artists, artisans, and musicians who gather along Ashland Creek during the sunny months of the year to sell our wares, dance to the sounds, and share in the abundance of life. Saturdays from 10:00am - 6:00pm and Sundays from 11:00am - 5:00pm, April 14th through November 15th. Two sets of live, original music each day. 40 local and regional artisans selling their unique creations.
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