Saturday, October 6 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Lakewood Professional Park
5803 Wilkinson Blvd., Belmont, NC 28012
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Owner Lauren Ingram was raised in Colorado, but spent many summers diving in the Cayman Islands where she developed a love of the local Caribbean cuisine. She started her career in the restaurant industry at an early age and attended Johnson & Wales University where she attained a degree in Culinary Arts. Upon graduating, she worked at several well known restaurants in Portland, Oregon. She lived and worked in Europe for 2 years where she continued her development in the Culinary field. Upon relocating to Charlotte, North Carolina, she pursued her love of Caribbean food by creating Carolina Moon, a food truck, which specializes in putting a fresh and unique spin on traditional Caribbean cuisine.
10:00 - 11:00 Cedric Guthrie
Smooth Standard Vocals
12:00 - 1:00 Spencer Mountain String Band
2:00 - 4:00 Demperio Hertz Music
Demperio Hertz Music is at it's core a two piece band that morphs seamlessly into a quartet and quintet depending on the venue and the need. Featuring Chris Hertz on guitars, percussion and vocals, David Demperio on mandolin, guitars, percussion and vocals, Monte Biddy on Guitar, Dobro, Mandolin, fiddle and vocals and Russ Carroll on bass and vocals. We play many different kinds of cover and original music from Americana to Jazz to Blues and Classic Rock with a focus on vocal harmony. We are available to perform for private parties, restaurants, bars, coffee houses, corporate events or any social gathering . Contact us for availability. You can book us as a duet, trio or quartet or quintet. We provide our own sound system for most events.
Demos by Barry Lockman, potter
and Bonita Lowe, pencil drawing
Vendors Displaying Fine Arts and Crafts
Jocelyne Lavaud-Adams is a Woodturner in Weddington, North Carolina. She has been experimenting with different types of materials such as nuts, deer antlers, acrylics and exotic woods for about eight years. Walking through the woods in her backyard in search of unusual pieces of dead wood is a favorite activity. The saying, “No one has a greater asset for his business than a man’s pride in his work” by Hosea Ballou guides Jocelyne’s approach to woodturning.
Figurative Painting and Pastel Portraints
Cindy is a “retired” health care professional that discovered stained glass many years ago. She continues to challenge herself with the many fun things that can be done with stained glass, especially fusing and lampworking.
Glass and Jewelry
Paul and Angela Shafranski
Pen and Ink; Suncatchers
Paul Shafranski was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. As early as the age of four, he would spend hours drawing on the back of out-of-print rolls of wallpaper that his mother would bring home. He grew up in Orlando, Florida, and after graduating from high school, continued his art education at Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, FL. Since college, he has tried to continue taking classes wherever he has lived. Never wanting to be a starving artist, Paul went into the Engineering field. During this time, he developed a liking for pen and ink. The feel for the crisp lines and crosshatching appealed to him. As with every artist, the most important thing to Paul is to be able to create art and be respected by the general public. We all wish to create that which others will enjoy and want to have in their own homes.
Catawba River Artisans
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Charles Austin Paintings
Jim and Doris Biscardi Paintings and Pottery
Renee Clemmer Pottery
David and Lynette Demperio Jewelry, Mixed Media
Pat Groome Mosaics
Chris and Nancy Hertz Paintings, Music, Publishing
Jan Homan Metalsmith/Jewelry
Barry Lockman Salt-fired Pottery
Lorene Lovell Watercolor
Tom Pacheco and Bonita Lowe Photography/Painting