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COLUMBIA’S 2nd Saturday
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Vendor applications are due in the Chamber oﬃce by Wednesday, September 9th or on www.visittyrrellcounty.com, Satu r da y, S e p t e m b e r 1 2 t h
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The September "Second Saturday" event will be held on Saturday, September 12th from 1:00pm-4:00pm in downtown Columbia. Vendor applications are due in the Chamber oﬃce by Wednesday, September 9th and can be found on the Chamber website at www.visittyrrellcounty.com, the Town Municipal Building at 103 Main Street and various locations around town. The event encourages vendors with homegrown, handmade products, arts and crafts, etc.
Churches and other non-profits are encouraged to bring a hand-crank ice cream maker and their favorite recipe and join in the homemade ice cream booth. Sales will benefit the non-profit. No Commercial vendors will be accepted. For further information call 252-796-7079.
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s l a e d l a speci Veggies and Fruits Crafts Not- For-Profits Sales will benefit the non-profit. No commercial vendors will be accepted. For further information call 252-796-7079.
Churches Churches and other non-profits are encouraged to bring a hand-crank ice cream maker and their favorite recipe and join in the homemade ice cream booth.
Homegrown Grown in your own Garden? The event encourages vendors with homegrown, handmade products, arts and crafts, etc. Sales will benefit the nonprofit. No commercial vendors will be accepted.
Handmade Tyrrell and Neighbor Counties Have combined more arts and crafts people than you can imagine. Join us and show your trade. Sales will benefit the non-profit. No commercial vendors
See some old friends or make new ones. “Open markets are huge community builders”
articipants will be able to sell their wares at 2nd Saturday.
If you grow it, bake it, catch it, or craft it, - apply! All have been eagerly waiting for a local venue to sell their goods and things and they also expect some locals who started growing organic vegetables this year!
Designed for premium comfort, John and Kathy’s handcraft wood chairs tilt to any angle so you can select your ideal position – from full upright to near-full recline! Their unique furniture is crafted from sustainably harvested, beautifully grained southern yellow pine and assembled with stainless steel hardware. Built to stand the test of time, it will provide comfort and versatility in the garden or on the patio,
Carolina Easy Chair designed and built in Belhaven NC by John & Kathy Schermerhorn featured their Easy Chair at the last 2nd Saturday event! at the beach or alongside the lake, on the porch or in your home – anywhere easy care, easy store furniture is desired. www.roughcutwoodworks.net
Contact: Sue Spivey Economic Development Coordinator, Town of Columbia, NC PO Box 361 - 103 Main Street Columbia, NC 27925 Phone: 252-796-2781 and Cell: 252-796-7079 email@example.com
Great way to support our Not-For-Profits and families by selling locally grown foods and then some!
Scuppernong Grapes Anyone?
Kudos for Sue Spivey, Economic Development Coordinator. The more arts and crafts markets and farm stands that we have in Tyrrell County the better chance we have to crowd out fruits and veggies shipped in from thousands of miles away. Great way to support our Not-For-Profits by selling locally grown foods! - il