The weather forecast looks iffy for Saturday, but we still have at least 35 artisans hoping the predictions are wrong. Sunday’s weather looks great and even more folks are signed up for that day. Another full market.
This week is the official beginning of the outdoor season at the Oregon Shakespearean Festival. The Feast of Will is happening tonight in Lithia Park. From this weekend forward we are in the thick of the outdoor season. It is a great time to come out and meet the artisans at the Lithia Artisans Market of Ashland.
OPEN WEEKENDS ~ SAT 10-6 & SUN 11-5
The artisans market wishes to give a special shout out to two members of the market who are volunteers extraordinaire. Dan Clark of Pine Tree Jewelry (featured in the photo above) and Jim Young of the Hat People both helped me, your humble market manager, get the shade cloth up in the alley of the Guanajuato mural. It makes the job a lot easier with a few professionals in the mix. Thank you gentlemen for the help. The Calle is 10 degrees cooler in the shade.
As of the writing of this blog we still have 41 artisans signed up to participate over the course of the weekend. One thing you can never predict with 100% certainty is the weather. Let’s think sunny thoughts and make due with whatever the weather decides to throw at us.
Handcrafted items made by local hands is what you will find every weekend along Ashland Creek on Calle Guanajuato. Join us in supporting local art.
Saturday, June 9
11:30-1:30 Hollis Peach
2:30-4:30 Blades of Grass
Sunday, June 10
11:30-1:30 To Be Announced