Jackson's Mill Jubilee

WVU – Jackson’s Mill (near Weston, WV).

August 30, 31, September 1, 2019 Mark your calendar each year for Labor Day Weekend (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday).

Call LCCVB 304-269-7328, Debbie Garrett 304-269-6131, or Clydene Garrett 304-269-2092.

2019 Artisans
(in no particular order)

  1. New Beginners Designer Photography – Karen Wilfong – Matted and framed Photography of Nature (flowers, bees, birds) and Jackson’s Mill structures.  (Front Office of WVU-Jackson’s Mill)
  2. Apple Butter Demonstration and Sales – D. Legg (Front of Barbour County Cottage)*
  3. Hackers Creek Pioneer Descendants – WV Book Sales & Signings.
  4. The Enchanted Moon – Paula and Steve Mitchell – Beaded Jewelry and Wood Burned Products.
  5. Duffy Hand Stitched Gifts – Duffy Greba – Hand stitched quilt designs.
  6. Dummie Dum Cupcakes – Deborah Smith – Gourmet Cupcakes (Yum)
  7. Appalachian Axe Co. – John Tokarz – Handcrafted Wooden Signs and other Items.*
  8. Heart’s Content Antiques – Kara Tustin – Assortment of Antique furniture and Collectibles.                                                                                                                      
  9. Hillbilly Essentials – Shirlene Bolyard – Homemade soaps, wax tarts and more.
  10. Second Chance Bears – Shannon Adams – Unique Crafts from Bears to Collectibles.
  11. CJS Construction Co. – Claude Saliga – Handcrafted Coffee Tables w/matching end tables, Trestle Tables, Wooden Benches, Barnwood Bookcase, Spice Racks, Wooden American Flag, Driftwood Décor, and more.*
  12. Consoleah Collectibles – Tammy Freed – Coin Rings, Copper Jewelry, Spoon Jewelry, Wind Chimes, and more.
  13. TJ Leather – Thresea & John McCrady – Leather items (belts, beautiful bracelets, and more).   Designing leather demonstration. 
  14. Yulin – Charles Zang – Handmade Marionettes and Jewelry.
  15. Periwinkle Farms – Ellen Van Dyne – Jams, Jellies, Fresh Ground Peanut Butter, Steak Sauce, BBQ Sauce.
  16. Cindy’s Silver Jewelry (Cindy’s Heirloom Creations) – Cindy Fortner – Silver bracelets, rings, necklaces, and more
  17. Creations from the Heart – Debra Workman – One of a kind handcrafted pieces of Sterling Silver Jewelry.*
  18. Pattern of Integrity – Amber Smith/Brandon Hill – Quilts, handcrafted items.*
  19. Elgood Mountain Rainbow Glass – Jeannette Justice – Handmade glass jewelry.
  20. Simple Treasures – Lisa Barber – Three-D Stained Glass, Decorative Glass Dip Holders made from slumped Bottles.
  21. Pam Snyder Pottery – Pam Snyder – Unique pottery, bowls, plates and other various items.
  22. Country Weaving – Tammy May – Loom woven rugs, Baskets (painted designs inside). 
  23. Valley View Apiary & Breads – Mark A. Goodwin – Honey and Homemade Breads.*
  24. Wood & Beyond – Randall Arbogast – Wood Art, Laser Etching, Photos on Wood.
  25. My Doll Closet – Mary Hendricks – Handmade doll clothes and more.
  26. Glady Creek Arts and Crafts – Ann Weaver – Children’s Books with accessories.*
  27. “Art C” by Nancy – Nancy Collins – Paintings created by artist Nancy.  Art classes for Kids (free) and Adults (fee) during the Jubilee.
  28. Chi Chi Chic – Teena Harman – Wire jewelry, metal bracelets, and primitives.
  29. Lloyd Creations – Kate Lloyd Searfoss – An accomplished artist who paints the most beautiful pictures.  Taking the concept of a drop of paint or mixing colors design a necklace or bracelet pendant. All pieces are signed by the Artist.
  30. Wild Mountain Soap Co. – Phillip & Mary Peelish – Handmade soap and other items.  Try out their soap at the outdoor sink. You will have the softest hands in the neighborhood.
  31. Connie McColley Handmade Jewelry – Connie McColley – Unique wire jewelry.  Demonstrations.
  32. Terra Gladius Knives – Dave Reynolds – Various knives with unique designs.
  33. E & V Crafts and Wood Working - Jason Edgel - Hand Crafted Products
  34. WeSign2 – Janelle St.Martin – Essential Oil Blends and Essential Oil Diffusers.*  
  35. SMB Table – Albani St. Martin Brown – Homemade sweets (Mini-Pies, Cookies, Pie Babies), Barn Quilts, Recycling Various Items.*
  36. Pullin Patterns – Marjorie Pullin – Crocheted sweaters with various designs for children and adults with wonderful and bright colors.
  37. Woodland Brook Studios – Georgette B. Griffith – Accomplished artist creating beautiful pictures, cards, and collages.
  38. Silverwearables – Becky George – Upcycled Silver – Jewelry and more.
  39. Russ Shaffer Embossed Engravings – Russ Shaffer – Beautiful hand created pictures using various materials including paper making.
  40. “Skyler C. Gull” Series – Eric Armstrong – Author  (Saturday and/or Sunday Only)
  41. Aroma of the Andes – Duane, Rachel, Joshua, & Justin Brown – Variety of home grown and ground coffees.  Try a sample.
  42. Ridge Walker Crafts – Dianna Hewitt – Pottery.
  43. Yummerdall Crafts and Antiques – Bill and Becky Muehling – Unique Antiques and difficult to find items.
  44. J B Jewels – Jean Schoonover – By using various types of semiprecious stones, buttons, and fetish type stone animals, Jean creates one of a kind necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and key chains.  She will be demonstrating her jewelry making.
  45. Country Girl Creations – Chesity Powell – Potpourri, Photo Frames, Birdhouses.  Chesity moved to the Barn to be with the music as well as share her work.
  46. Crafty Hands Primitives – Stephanie Tuesing – Homespun Fabric Creations, such as, Quilts, Pillows and Table Runners.
  47. Bon Savon Soaps – Gayle Heaster – One of our local artisan is bringing her love of making soap to the Jubilee along with some other favorites
  48. The Rusty Crow – Michele Fritz – Hand painted recycled items
  49. All in Stitches LLC – Lyn Halapy –  Slate photography. Keepsake pictures attached to slate for hanging or stand alone.  Memories to cherish.
  50. Robin Roberts Baskets – Robin Roberts – Handcrafted baskets of various designs.  She will be demonstrating her craft. * (All the way from Georgia)
  51.  Tower Road – Marge Davenport – Handcrafted Jewelry.* (All the way from Georgia)
  52. Macomber Mamma’s Nibbles & Noshes, LLC – Sandy Walters – Dog Treats and more. *
  53. Comfy and Cozy Alpaca Wear – Gerald Steve Andexler – Scarves and socks made from Alpaca fibers.
  54. Spruce Knob Wood Products –John & Susan Pennington – Handmade wooden spoons, cooking utensils, measuring spoons.  Watch John carve his wooden spoons.
  55. Lowther Studios – Josh Lowther – Blacksmith.  Handcrafted metal art.*
  56. Cut-N-Create Woodsmithing – Benjamin Williams & Gerald Houchin – Hand Turned pens and more. *
  57. Tom’s Heritage Tools – Thomas Wellings, Sr. – Handcrafted pitch forks, rakes, etc.  Will be demonstrating his craft. *
  58. Mushroom Workshop – Brian Gainer – Handcrafted fishing poles and Lures.*
  59. Corks and Spoons – Linda Seckman – Decorating various items with corks and caps, Hand painted broom handles, stools, and chairs.  Very Colorful.
  60. Covered Bridge Baskets – Jill Schiefelbein – Handmade baskets – Business Card Wagon, Market Basket, Divided Organizer, Tote w/Leather Handles or Strap. *
  61. Tharp Pottery – Joyce Tharp – Pottery.  (Tamarack Artist)*

 

NEW FOR 2019 – FARMER’S MARKET

Located above the Council Circle

Access by the covered Bridge or to the left of the Barn

Friday and Saturday Only

  1. Tanner Leatherworks – Eugene Breza – Hand tooled belts, shoes, pouches, and more.*
  2. Nolan Farms – Doug Nolan – Frozen Pork, Chicken, Chicken Eggs, Corn.  Bring a cooler with ice.*
  3. Rt. 18 Farm Market – Angie & Jerry Brake – Variety of locally grown Produce.*
  4. Whimsical Wire by Megan – Megan  Wykoff – Wire wrapped Jewelry – (Tree of Life pendants, wrapped semi-precious stones, earrings and wire rings.  Located between Booth Number 43 and 44 in the Barn.*

     

*New Artisans this year (2019)    

The Board of Directors thanks all of the Artisans for all their support and dedication to keeping our heritage alive. 



PICK-UP PARKING - When buying large or bulky items, we are providing parking at the Pool Gate or Barn Gate for pick-up of your purchased items when you are ready to leave.  Example – I buy a metal wall hanging, I pay the Artisan for the product. In turn, the Artisan gives you a ticket to allow you to park in our pick-up locations.  The other ticket is placed on my purchase. We have a cargo cart for helping with the moving of large or bulky items. Ask your Artisan for more information.