Events

Here you will find an up-to-date listing of scheduled events that we are either hosting or attending.

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April – May: Howard County Art For All. This year we are a participating studio and shop in HoCo’s Art for All event!  The event is a two-month celebration of all the fantastic artists in Howard County, and the beautiful works they create.  Our weekend of demonstrations, April 26-28, falls smack in the middle, and would be a great time to visit.  Of course, we’d love to see you any time.  Participating studios and shops are too numerous to list here, but definitely check out the website for more information – and come on in and see us sometime!  

May 18, 2019: Heron’s Meadow Farm, First Flush Celebration.   We are thrilled to be a special guest for this event at Heron’s Meadow – a beautiful tea farm right here in Woodbine, MD!  Their plants are still young, and not yet harvested, but this will be the first “flushing” of the tea fields, and you’re invited!  Learn about tea varieties and processing and sample fine teas from around the world.  Because Heron’s Meadow is also home to MudPi studios, you will also be invited to try your hand at some work with clay, and we will have fiber and yarn for you to work with as well.  It will be a wonderful day!  See their Facebook event for more information.

May 19, 2019: Breezy Hill Knit & Crochet Club Meetup.  Crafts, friends, and, maybe, a beautiful spring day!  We hope you can join us at the farm for our monthly crafting meetup, from 1:00pm – 4:00pm.  Bring a shareable snack – and of course your project!  Crafters of all skill levels are welcome.
Space is limited, so please RSVP at our MeetUp page.

June 1 – 2: Strawberry Festival at the Sandy Spring Museum.  This will be our first year as an artist vendor at the Strawberry Festival, and we are really excited about it!  If you’ve never been, it is an amazing weekend of fun for the whole family.  There is live music and entertainment, food trucks, activities for the kids, a beer garden, lots of great local vendors, and, of course, strawberries!  The Festival is a fundraiser for the museum, so there is a small cost for tickets ($3.00 for a single ticket, $10.00 for family ticket, 2-day wristband for $15.00) – but the fun you will have is well worth the price of admission!  Come check it out, won’t you?  More details at their website.