Updated Summer / Early Fall Schedule

I thought it might be a good idea to post this again with an update… Can’t believe we’re almost at the end of July already! Scary how fast time is going by. Anyway, a couple of big events, then things will quiet down again so I can actually be in the studio doing some of my own work again.
Next up this coming weekend;
Shelburne Museum Art and Craft Festival, Shelburne, VT, July 27, 28 and 29. I’ll be here leading a new Community Mosaic Project! We’ll raffle it off at the end of the event and I’ll share proceeds with the Shelburne Craft School.
“Returning this year to the Shelburne Museum, this festival hosts 150 artists and artisans in media ranging from hand-thrown pottery to fine silver and gold jewelry to contemporary furniture. With a great selection of food and drinks, live entertainment and ongoing craft demonstrations, this festival celebrates the best of summer in Vermont in a beautiful and easily accessible location. Adults $8, get a coupon if you join their mailing list, kids 12 and under free. What a great mini-vacation!”

Kast Hill Studio workshop on 3-Dimensional Armature Building for Outdoor Lightweight Sculpture. August 6-10. I’m back in the studio this month! Please see my Workshop page for details.

Canterbury Artisan Festival, Canterbury Shaker Village, Canterbury, NH September 15 & 16.
10 am to 5 pm both days. I’ll be here with another fun Community Mosaic Project that we’ll raffle off at the end of the event and I’ll share proceeds with the Village.

“The Canterbury Artisan Festival will be a celebration of craft, music and food. The Craft Fair & Farmer’s Market will be a strong focus of the event, with individual vendor tents dotting the lane, for a festive fair atmosphere. We’ve got great music including The Amy Black Band, Three Tall Pines, Chasing Blue, Crunchy Western Boys and Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki. All with a Beer Garden to boot! We’re offering a special $12 ticket for the event, $6 for kids 6-17, kids 5 and under enter free of charge.”


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