HUNTINGTON – A variety of entertainment is on the program as Nomada Bakery and The Red Caboose team up for the second Saturday Market at Heritage Station in Huntington this weekend.
Market vendors will set up on the brick patio in front of the Visitor Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 10, where guests can browse the offerings of several vendors. Some of the suppliers that should be implemented include Heart Spun Handicrafts, which offers hand-spun yarns; A. Morris Artworks, with mixed art and jewelry; author Eric Douglas; Art by Brandy Jefferys; Tish’s Designs, offering dog accessories; Sage Hollow Crafts, with crochet toys and household items; fine art by Romey Williamson as well as Patty Stewart; and the mixed media art of Liv Consciously Art.
This month’s market also includes the folk trio Cypress Band which will perform from noon to 2 p.m.
In addition to the planned vendors, the event will include a children’s painting party from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside the Visitor Center Community Hall, where the Cabell County Public Library will host the child-friendly activity. children.
“We are excited to partner with the Cabell County Public Library to host a children’s craft workshop,” said Raine Klover, director of Red Caboose. “We have an award-winning library system and their community outreach programs are the best. “
Heritage Station stores – Full Circle Gifts & Goods, The Gumbo Stop Cafe, Taps at Heritage, Birds of a Feather, and The Historic Hippie – will be open during the market. Heritage Station is also home to Brown Dog Yoga, High Wicke Social, All About You Hair and Nail Salon, and the Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District.
The Red Caboose is a regional craft center and gift shop operated by the Huntington Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. The shop represents more than 150 local and regional artisans. Nomada Bakery offers a variety of freshly baked goods and pastries as well as breakfast and lunch options.
Heritage Station is located at 210 11th St.