4th of July Weekend at Lithia Artisans Market

Leah Fairbanks, Glass Artist, is a regular at the Lithia Artisans Market Ashland (LAMA).

This weekend we pass from June into July and then Independence Day falls on Wednesday.

We are open…
Saturday 10-6
Sunday 11-5
and… Wednesday, 4th of July, 10-5

The artisans market is once again packed full with all kinds of locally crafted wares, live music, and creek-side dining. When you take the time to stroll through the weekend artisans market you get a chance to appreciate how creative the folks are who live here in the region.

Holly Gonnella creates cool jewelry and sells regularly at the  Lithia Artisans Market Ashland (LAMA).

45 artisans are signed up to show and sell their creations this upcoming weekend at the market. Woodwork, jewelry, clothing, fine art, leather, photography, body care products, and much more will be on display along Ashland Creek on Calle Guanajuato —  the magical alley way behind the plaza in downtown Ashland.

The artist shown in the image above is Leah Fairbanks. Her glass beads are truly miniature art pieces that you can adorn yourself with. She has been making glass beads for decades and her work speaks for itself. Come by and see Leah. She is a regular at the market, a wonderfully happy human, and truly gifted in her artform. You have to see her stuff up close to really appreciate the fine details.

The Brothers Reed play regularly at the Lithia Artisans Market of Ashland (LAMA). It has been awhile. We’ve missed you, welcome back!

Music Schedule

Saturday, June 30

11:30-1:30     Bekkah McAlvage

2:30-4:30     Hollis Peach

Sunday, July 1 

11:30-2:30     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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