Steamboat Era Museum 4th Annual Annual Holiday Marketplace

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Steamboat Era Museum 4th Annual Annual Holiday Marketplace

Dec 16, 2017 10:00 am - Dec 16, 2017 4:00 am

The Steamboat Era Museum will hold its Third Annual Holiday Marketplace on Friday, November 24 and Saturday, November 25 from 10am-4pm. You may also shop on December 2, 9 and 16 from 10am-4pm. The marketplace will feature more than 20 artisans with work in wood, jewelry, metal, fiber, stain glass and more.

EXCLUSIVELY AT THE MARKETPLACE!
Chesapeake Bay Scarf
A vintage style map of the Chesapeake Bay showing steamboat ports, based on a large map at the museum,
is presented on a 72″ x 30″ scarf. The soft and drapey
scarf, made of 100% soft polyester voile, is easy to wear
in different ways and shows the entire Bay from Baltimore to Norfolk. All the Bay towns with steamboat wharves are identified. Show your friends and family where you live or like to visit.
$36. Supply is limited
Paint Your Own Watermen’s Boot!
15 pairs of four-foot boots painted by artists and located on the Northern Neck and Middle Pennisula represent the Watermen’s Way project completed this past spring. The project led by Virginia’s River Realm, Steamboat Era Museum, Rappahannock Art Center and Lancaster Chamber of Commerce is a tribute to the Watermen and women of the Chesapeake Bay.  $12. Supply is limited
PLUS!
On Friday, November 24, Pat Rose will be signing her new book, Tides That Bind, Weems VA,from 10am-2pm. Her book will be available at the museum during the Marketplace.

The museum is offering you a chance to create your own Watermen’s Way boot. Available exclusively at the Marketplace is a 6″ white ceramic boot with paints and brushes all packaged for holiday giving.

The museum gift shop will be full of interesting items including posters, books, note cards, journals and note pads, as well as garden and home decorative pieces. There will be stocking stuffers and gifts for kids and adults along with new holiday merchandise including tree ornaments, Santa dolls, hostess gifts and more.

A portion of all proceeds will support the museum.

Steamboat Era Museum 4th Annual Annual Holiday Marketplace

Dec 16, 2017 10:00 am - Dec 16, 2017 4:00 am

The Steamboat Era Museum will hold its Third Annual Holiday Marketplace on Friday, November 24 and Saturday, November 25 from 10am-4pm. You may also shop on December 2, 9 and 16 from 10am-4pm. The marketplace will feature more than 20 artisans with work in wood, jewelry, metal, fiber, stain glass and more.

EXCLUSIVELY AT THE MARKETPLACE!
Chesapeake Bay Scarf
A vintage style map of the Chesapeake Bay showing steamboat ports, based on a large map at the museum,
is presented on a 72″ x 30″ scarf. The soft and drapey
scarf, made of 100% soft polyester voile, is easy to wear
in different ways and shows the entire Bay from Baltimore to Norfolk. All the Bay towns with steamboat wharves are identified. Show your friends and family where you live or like to visit.
$36. Supply is limited
Paint Your Own Watermen’s Boot!
15 pairs of four-foot boots painted by artists and located on the Northern Neck and Middle Pennisula represent the Watermen’s Way project completed this past spring. The project led by Virginia’s River Realm, Steamboat Era Museum, Rappahannock Art Center and Lancaster Chamber of Commerce is a tribute to the Watermen and women of the Chesapeake Bay.  $12. Supply is limited
PLUS!
On Friday, November 24, Pat Rose will be signing her new book, Tides That Bind, Weems VA,from 10am-2pm. Her book will be available at the museum during the Marketplace.

The museum is offering you a chance to create your own Watermen’s Way boot. Available exclusively at the Marketplace is a 6″ white ceramic boot with paints and brushes all packaged for holiday giving.

The museum gift shop will be full of interesting items including posters, books, note cards, journals and note pads, as well as garden and home decorative pieces. There will be stocking stuffers and gifts for kids and adults along with new holiday merchandise including tree ornaments, Santa dolls, hostess gifts and more.

A portion of all proceeds will support the museum.

Location

irvington Steamboat Era Museum

156 King Carter Drive, Irvington, VA 22480

Organizer

Steamboat Era Museum

(804) 438-6888