Join Us At The Maker Market!
Meet inspirational makers, shop, enjoy beverages & appetizers, & hear from the creators of Maker’s Way TV Show. Join O’Maine Studios, Bangor Savings Bank, and Maker’s Way artisans from 5-7PM on November 15 for an evening filled with conversations and the opportunity to shop local!
Wednesday, November 15 | 5:00-7:00PM
NEW HAMPSHIRE INSUTUTE OF POLITICS
SAINT ANSELMS COLLEGE
100 Saint Anselm Drive, Manchester, NH
Makers Joining Us Include:
We provide you with great bowties that befit you and your lifestyle. Our bowties are made from the highest quality fabrics and guaranteed to give you functionality, durability and comfort. Our skilled master tailor handle all of our cutting and sewing, ensuring precision in all production processes and paying attention to the details. Come to us and choose the best style for your lifestyle.
95% of all Officially Knotted Bowties are made from upcycled fashion. Located in Stratham, NH at The Collectors Eye.
Growing up in a ski lodge in Killington Vermont, Emily lived observing scapes filled with snow and nature. The magical scenery inspired her to start creating visual interpretations. Inheriting the artistic gene, she continued her born-made path and attended the Rhode Island School of Design, (RISD) in 2003, where she earned a Bachelor in Fine Arts degree majoring in Illustration. Being a teacher’s assistant at RISD, she fell in love with watercolors which led her to selling her unique pieces to private clients, while teaching at schools all over the nation. In 2008, she moved to Italy and decided to share her art with the rest of the world. Focused on convenience, she remodeled her business and transitioned from watercolor to digital paintings.
Woods and Water Pottery is owned and operated by Richard (Rick) and Karen Roth. We have been married for over 30 years and share a number of interests. Recently we discovered how much we enjoy working with clay. Rick is a talented artist, known primarily for his wildlife wood carving, which is represented in some of his pieces.
Ron Marcoux is a lifelong resident of Bedford, New Hampshire, whose love of woodworking started around the same time he and his wife built their house in the backwoods of his hometown.
What has most inspired Ron to make memorable, long-lasting pieces has been his family. Making new toys for his grandson was the perfect opportunity to learn to learn how to use a lathe and master a new tool for his craft. Since then, Ron has become totally hooked with the craft of woodturning, creating bowls, vessels, lidded boxes, wooden tops and more from local wood that has been gifted to him through the generosity of neighbors and friends. Apart from the wooden bowls that he turns, Ron also uses the unused portions of those logs to create wooden utensils such as spatulas and stirring spoons.
- Juried member of the League of NH Craftsman
- Secretary of the Granite State Woodturners
I started my passion for woodworking in high school. I designed and built a pine hutch as my senior project. Also turned my first bowl. My career brought me through the ranks of carpentry to eventually starting my custom home and finish carpentry company. I focused on wood turning about 7 years ago. I haven’t had any formal training, being self taught. I enjoy promoting my craft and assisting others in their journey into the woodworking. I create Christmas trees and angels. I enjoy the smiles that they bring to peoples.
Sweet Bee Farm
Handmade goats milk soap, beeswax products and raw honey
I have been designing and creating jewelry for over twenty years. Like the ancient periods from which I draw inspiration, the process and tools I use are traditional. My work is delicate and intricately designed. I am also a GIA Graduate Gemologist. This knowledge allows me to select quality gemstones for each piece of jewelry. I am juried member of the League of New Hampshire and reside on the Seacoast of New Hampshire.
Farmers Khadija and Isha will be joining us at the Maker’s Way Market! Fresh Start Farms is a collective brand for immigrant and refugee farmers participating in the New American Sustainable Agriculture Program, a program of the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success. We work alongside new American farmers to bring farm-fresh ingredients to your table via neighborhood farmers markets and stands, wholesale, and our FarmShare and Fresh Start Market.
Beginning in 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Fresh Start Farms began to work with other producers and local food hubs from across northern New England to expand product offerings and to provide access to fresh local foods year-round.
Maine Grains serves bakers, brewers, chefs and families freshly-milled, organic and heritage grains sourced from the Northeast. By re-localizing grain production and milling we support the health and livelihood of the farmers and communities we serve. Our traditional stone milling process ensures nutrient-packed products that are full of flavor and perfect for natural fermentation baking and cooking. Maine Grains is creating jobs, improving land use, and providing healthy food for all while serving as a successful model for thriving local economies.
And more makers still to come. Check back here soon for more makers joining us in Manchester!
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