The Blossom family has an ancestral and business root to Lynwood Center as family members of its founders, Emmanuel & Edna Olson. The Blossoms built and opened Lynwood Commons in 2002 as a mixed use facility of apartments and small business. Manager Sarah Blossom invites you to explore the marvelous work of her guest artists in the community room of Suite G. Vendors: Amy's Decadent Chocolates - Caramel apples, fudge, toffees, etc
Jeri Hansen- Asian folkart and handwovens, wearables
Pam Flaman- Homespun wool and felted items
Mary Cruz - Mixed Ethnic Dolls, quilted arts
Hawaiian Waters Artwork - Hawaiin themed paintings and gifts
Contact: Kristan Franzen email@example.com
Helen Hecker - Journals, boxes, Iris fold card
Meredith Arseneau - Handmade oil, cloth tote bags
Little Nicklebush Farm - Home made soap
Debbie Patrick - Wreaths with vintage ribbons, buttons and accessories
Validate-Appreciate - Children's furniture, hand woven characters, wreatths
Contact: Doug and Sandy Carpenter Phone:360-393-3909
Acupuncture and Wellness Center-Poulsbo - Body oil spray and free appointments
Location Map #2: St. Barnabas Church
St. Barnabas Church
St Barnabas Church 1187 Wyatt Way Bainbridge Island, Wa 98110 206-842-5601 In 1946, the cornerstone was laid for St. Barnabas. The first services were held there on the Sunday before Thanksgiving 1946. The church was consecrated by Bishop Stephen Fielding Bayne Jr. on June 11, 1948
Soks Martz- Handmade Antique quilted Santas, Snowmen and ornaments Contact: Soks Martz firstname.lastname@example.org Maggie Ball - Silk quilts and patchwork Renee Manning - Painted wood boxes, trays and canvases Tracy Thomson- Jewelry, saldered bottles, upcycle clothing Artist Bio Essential Aromas- Lotions, Fragrance and soaps Contact: 1-800-961-3872 www.mjmfragrances.com Mary Deets- Scarves, accessories and gifts Contact: Mary Deetsmedeets@hotmail.com Susan Otte - Roasted Almonds and nuts Nancy Criss - Jewelry Secret Garden Lavender & Herbal Products - Nattural Lavender and Herbal Products Jeanne Rose Designs - Glass garden art, masks and ornaments, driftwood feeders & birdbaths Danny & Judy Heath - Wooden Salmon, oak library chairs, magazine racks and benches Kathy Roemer - Gemstones, jewelry set in silver Jessica Loescher - Functional potttery and garden art Becky Woodworth - Photography matted and framed & photo cards Lila Ghising - Fair Trade Clothing, scarves SCash Designs - Chanderleir jewelry and Christmas ornaments Contact: Sarah Cash email@example.com The Sawdust Patch - Unique, whimsical upscaled Holiday Decor Contact: Bob & Jeanne Drake Eutopos Farm & Garden- Eutopos Huckleberry jam, jelly and sauses Modern and Medieval Woodturning - Turned wood art and tools Contact: Ellen Winnie & Ralph Lindberg firstname.lastname@example.org Smooth*e - Smoothies and blended soups Bio Doug Otte - Bavarian lean Bratwurst
Location Map #3
Countryman Stables 5349 McDonald NE (206) 842-1408
Experience the country in pastoral Eagledale, where Kathy Countryman offer kids 12 & underfree pony rides in a covered arena. Saturday & Sunday only, 11 - 2 p.m.
Although the pony rides are free, please consider making a contribution to our Tiny Tim Adopt-a-Family Fund. Thank you!
“I live on Bainbridge and I am a huge fan of Christmas in the Country, primarily the participation by Kathy Countryman. Christmas in the Country is one of those great community traditions that seem rarer with every passing year. It was one of the first things that I enjoyed with my kids when we first moved to the island after ten years in downtown Seattle. They still both remember their first pony ride at Countryman’s Stables – one of my daughters now rides there regularly and I think it was because of one special Christmas afternoon. What I remember best is how nice it felt to drive around this lovely island and see some charming art, listen to various artists, see how many people just donated their time and opened their houses, and feel how special it is to live in a true community as opposed to a specific geographic location.”
Sheila Hughes of One Reel, a nonprofit organization that produces the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle
Location Map #4: The Camp Yeomalt Cabin and Classroom
The Camp Yeomalt Cabin and Classroom
Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District The Camp Yeomalt Cabin and Classroom 900 Park Ave NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
This beautiful and historic log cabin was originally constructed as a Boy Scout camp in 1935 by unemployed island residents through Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Works Progress Administration. Built of mostly local materials, the cabin served as a scout camp for generations of Bainbridge Islanders. In 1942 the camp was used as the US Army 202nd Coast Artillery’s Bainbridge Island headquarters. At that time a bathhouse was constructed where the Camp Yeomalt Classroom stands today. Many Park District art classes, youth arts and science workshops and summer camps are held here.
Marc and Hajni Joslyn invite you to their beautiful,country eden and studio for Christmas in the Country. Hajnalka's Studio, garage, covered deck, and yard will overflow with exciting arts & crafts. Hajni shows her original watercolor paintings, cards, jewelry, lotion bars, tapestry bags, and canine cutesy clothes and collars.
Vendors: There will be no vendors other than the host at this location for the 2014 show. Hajni will be showing her own work of art as well as other products listed above.
Ollie and Janice Pedersen welcome you to their twenty acre country compound with charming remodeled 1921 farmhouse, barn, schoolhouses, horse arena, and Santaland and site of Hazel Creek Montessori School. The Montessori School students offer musical entertainment Friday at 11:00am. Photos with Santa by Karin Lehotsky - Fri. 1-5pm, Sat. 10am-noon, 1-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm.
Vendors: Marian Borg, Leah Jacobs - Table linens, matching bowls & plates Honu Kreations - Handmade furniture and toys Holly Mandarino - Hair ties and headbands and bracelets Julie Houpt - Handmde, handpainted basketry and tole-painted items The Cat Hatter - Primitive arts & crafts and crochet items Christine Leviton - Paper mache', glass domes, repurpsed clothing, barnwood signs and banners Karin LehotskyPhotography- Treasured Santa photos Contact: Karin Lehotsky 278 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 206 780-8999, email@example.com Patricia Stoneman-Lowe - Custom fossil, gemstone & pearl jewelry Marie Lennen and Jennifer Todd - Fresh green wreaths and swags Bainbridge Beeswax Works - Beeswax candles Contact: Lucille Fox firstname.lastname@example.org Cathy Kelley - DriftwoodFused glass, jewerly, upcycle Holly Overton- Artwork and wreaths Eagle Roost Productions - Birdhouses and birdfeeders Contact: Ray Schreiber email@example.com Darin Gilman- Candle holders, functional art, frames and lamps Pottery for the Birds - Pottery and bird sculpture Contact: Jean Damm Phone: 360-638-2426 Bird Photography - Photography and cards of birds Contact: Irv Damm Phone:360-638-2426 firstname.lastname@example.org Jacques Thiry - Wild Caught Alaskan smoked salmon Mati Walters - Fine Silver jewelry, semi-precious stones Josh Hershfield - Balsamic Vinegars and Olive Oils Kathy Levine - Appligue tea towels, hand bags and pillows Cynthia Herrick- Vintage Christmas ornaments and accessories Mi Regalo - Fine women's handbags Show Sponsor: J'aime les Crepes - Sweet Savory crepes cooked to orderBio Contact: Paul Pluska Two locations to serve you! Bainbridge Island WA -206-842-5276, Kingston WA -360-297-5886 www.facebook.com/jaimelescrepes **Voted #1 for best crepes in the Northwest**
Janice Pedersen & the Jolly ol' Elf
Karin Lehotsky will make sure that your favorite moments with your child and Santa are captured as photo memories. Santa photos will be shot at Hazel Creek Farm during the weekend at the following times:
Santa Photos: Friday 1-5pm Saturday 10am-noon, 1-5pm Sunday 11-4pm
Savor the sweet life with Nancy and Bob Fortner at Sweetlife Farm. Their studio will feature products lovingly grown, produced and packaged by them on site, and samples will be available in their WSDA commercial kitchen. Sweetlife's affordable and practical items are all beautifully made, and a pleasure to give, and receive or keep for yourself. Get into the spirit of the season by visiting artisan craft vendors in the house, greenhouse, and gazebo. Stroll the gardens to see, hear and feel the amazing Stradivarius of wind chimes also available for sale at the farm. These add new meaning and experience to the garden, and make wonderful gifts for the special people in your life. Make time to visit Sweetlife—you’ll be glad you did!