The 2018 list of artisans will be posted closer to the festival date.

The following vendors will be part of  the 2017 Ol’ Front Porch Music Festival Village Market showcasing artwork, crafts and products. The Village Market is located across from Lou Mac Park adjacent to the Main Stage area.

| Bright and Shiny to Tease the Eyes

Carolina Country Crafts by Phyllis Ormond will be with us again this year offering her beautifully hand-finished furniture and wooden bowls.

Joan Russell from Arapahoe will display her beautiful original prints and hand-painted wine glasses. Check out these beautiful designs for the holidays.

Samplyn Pottery Oriental potter Lynn DeChesser will display and offer her unique hand-built pottery. These pieces will look marvelous in your home.

Sea Treasure by Patrice offers beautiful and whimsical handmade glass beach decor and handmade decor from seashells. Patrice Kaluza joins the festival from Corolla, NC.

Tangled Turtle  Lampwork glass artists Rosalyn Kutchins from Oriental and Wendy Johnson from New Bern team up to offer one of a kind wearable  and functional art pieces. Each piece is custom designed and made of Murano and special silvered glass and then set in unique sterling silver and precious metal handmade settings. Their pieces can be seen in galleries across Eastern NC.

WaterDog Woodworks from Oriental will bring high quality wood projects including frames, signs and plaques to decorate your house. Come and see!

| Delights for Body and Soul

Gerlinda Geire, a beekeeper from Beaufort, will bring her beeswax luminaries, candles and soap.

Nadine Eby and Mary Katherine Christenson from Oriental will have some handmade soap, candles with some great stoneware pottery to warm up your house.

Sammi & Sofies Wholesome Treats Tonya Smith from Oriental doesn’t want you to forget to pamper your four-legged family member. Indulge them with one of her delicious dog treats, including “Howloween” treats. She also offers pet oral health and probiotics, handmade dog toys and custom harnesses.

Scentsy Fragrance  Sharon Grant from Winterville has created wonderful and relaxing fragrances for the home and body. Her selection of scented oils will warm your body and soul.

| Makin’ Music

Johnny Schronce from Atlantic Beach will be with us again with guitar accessories. For all of you guitarists this is a must visit.

Second Wind Oriental’s Jennifer Craft Del Rio will bring her Wind Chimes, Garden Sculptures and Seasonal Whimsies, which she has created from antique, vintage and found objects.  Take home a unique piece that brings back memories of the festival every time the wind blows.

Spiral Flutes Visiting artists David and Susan Graves from Palm Bay, FL, will have some of their hand made Celtic and Native styled flutes along with small handmade percussion instruments. Stop by and see these beautiful sounding pieces of art.

| Accessorize Yourself

Alpacas of the Crystal Coast Lou Ann Sekely raises alpacas and will have her home grown woven wear to keep you warm as we move into fall. Be sure to try on her hats, gloves and scarves. And check out the soft cuddly teddy bears!

Earthly Treasures Michele Muscella, from Arapahoe will once again be presenting her handmade jewelry.

Oriental Knot owner Judith Lynch from Oriental will have her nautical themed jewelry to set off your perfect outfit. Her contemporary designs are one of a kind.

St Thomas Episcopal Church will offer baby bonnets, quits and other knitted pieces. Stop by and buy something to snuggle.

ZuZu’s Artisan Jewelry Suzanne Burchfiel from New Bern will display her handcrafted metal designs. Come see her unusual designs in Silver and copper.