Saturday, December 7th from 11AM-5PM
Sunday, December 8th from 11AM-4PM
11AM - Bruce Lewis
12PM - Brass Band
2PM - Seth Murphy, Cello
12PM Warren Byrom and Chris Sullivan
Free parking is available at 446 East High Street (look for the Kentucky Native Café sign). Limited parking is also available at Michler's main entrance at 417 East Maxwell Street.
October Press - Deborah Kessler
Deborah Kessler is a letterpress printer based here in Lexington. Her broadsides and note cards are printed on antique presses. Broadsides are signed by the author, and include the work of George Ella Lyon, Gray Zeitz, Michael Moran, Dianne Moomey, Richard Taylor and others. This year will feature new cards and broadsides by Wendell Berry and George Ella Lyon
JUSBRI Designs - Heather Saunders and Pat O'Brien
Ukrainian Inspired Pysanky - Deedee Lanham
Deedee Lanham makes pysanky egg ornaments, which are made by a series of colors dyed on blown egg shells using a traditional wax resistant method.
Sells and broad range of vintage jewelry and ornaments.
Open Window Scents - LaDonna Durham
Food Chain - Leandra Forman
Food Chain will be a new addition this year selling bourbon bunt cakes, gift bags of freeze dried local berries and dried fruit. Also don't miss their local powdered pumpkin with which they will mixing drinks.
Meadow House - Laura Poulette
Beautiful watercolor lettering, botanically inspired.
Dirty South Pottery - Ashley Norman
Local ceramics artist and owner of brick and mortar ceramics store in historic Winchester. Check out their Christmas ceramics collection at their store or at the market.
Ash Hill Alpacas and Wild Rose Farm - Kate Robie and David Lowry
Alpaca hats, scarves, and fiber art.
Char Arnett Howington
Offering botanically inspired ceramics.
Woodworker making photo albums, cutting boards, rolling pins and more.
Creekview Woodshop - Tanya Faberson
Hand-made heirloom cloth dolls
Jennifer Lackey Moore
Fused glass jewelry
Katie Joya Photography
We welcome back to the market this year Katie, who will be joining from British Columbia, Canada. Katie works professionally with plants and "I let the plants, the bugs, and the sun tell me what to photograph every day."
Featured Art by the Kentucky Native Café & Michler’s Staff
In addition to our table and tent vendors, check out "The Shed" for a look at some of the original artwork produced by the Michler's employees: