A Maker’s Market, a vendor fair of locally made art and other ware, will be held April 15 on the lawn of the Wahab House.

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A Makers Market on Silver Lake will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 15 on the Wahab House Lawn, 161 Irvin Garrish Hwy., next to the Anchorage Inn.

Visitors can enjoy shopping with local and regional vendors showcasing their products that include herb markers, large coffee mugs, ceramic serving spoons, local coffee, leather purses, local watercolors, homemade granola, jewelry designed with porcelain made from china, homemade soap, jams and local honey and wall art.

This is a free event.  Biking or walking is suggested as there is limited parking.  Parking is available at the NPS parking lot.

Local artisans/vendors interested in participating may contact Helena Stevens for information at hrstevens1@gmail.com.

Kim Meacham with son Django last summer selling their made on Ocracoke Milk Street Soaps
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