UPCOMING EVENTS

Shows and events where you can find Liberatus Jewelry!

 

Jonny Z Fest

May 20th  12-5pm

Hardywood Brewery
2408-2410 Ownby Ln, Richmond, VA 23220

Join us and celebrate the creative spirit of Richmond during this fun, free, kid-friendly event. Hardywood and ART 180 present a variety of children's activities including a moon bounce, face painting, and various art works. Vendors from Bizarre Market showcase local arts and crafts, with 10 percent of all sales benefiting ART 180. 

The Carytown Farmers Market

June 3rd 11am-3pm
City Stadium - 3201 Maplewood Ave. Richmond, VA

The Carytown Market is a small scale farmers market. It was created to give local farmers, producers of goods, and consumers the opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties. The market not only offers visitors a chance to buy locally from area farmers but also to shop at the many unique stores on Cary Street.
 

Old Town Arts Fair

June 9th 10am-6pm

Waterfront Park - 1 Prince St. Alexandria, VA 22314

Approximately 90 vendors sell their arts and crafts - pottery, photography, paintings, wood, home and garden items, glass art, jewelry, and much more. FREE public event! Great activities for children, i.e. painting a boat. Food trucks and vendors, and beer and radler/shandy for sale; Hosted by Volunteer Alexandria.

2nd Sundays - Williamsburg

June 10th, 11am-5pm

400 Prince George St. Williamsburg, VA

The festival features over 75 Artisans each months, local Authors & for Children & Adults and some special culinary offering! Artisan styles range from & fine funky to abstract & upcycled, vintage boutique kids clothing, paintings to pottery, woodworks, glass, jewelry, photography & more!

The Carytown Farmers Market

July 1st, 11am-3pm
City Stadium - 3201 Maplewood Ave. Richmond, VA

The Carytown Market is a small scale farmers market. It was created to give local farmers, producers of goods, and consumers the opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties. The market not only offers visitors a chance to buy locally from area farmers but also to shop at the many unique stores on Cary Street.

2nd Sundays - Williamsburg

July 8th, 11am-5pm

400 Prince George St. Williamsburg, VA

The festival features over 75 Artisans each months, local Authors & for Children & Adults and some special culinary offering! Artisan styles range from & fine funky to abstract & upcycled, vintage boutique kids clothing, paintings to pottery, woodworks, glass, jewelry, photography & more!

The Carytown Farmers Market

July 15th, 11am-3pm
City Stadium - 3201 Maplewood Ave. Richmond, VA

The Carytown Market is a small scale farmers market. It was created to give local farmers, producers of goods, and consumers the opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties. The market not only offers visitors a chance to buy locally from area farmers but also to shop at the many unique stores on Cary Street.

The Carytown Farmers Market

July 29th, 11am-3pm
City Stadium - 3201 Maplewood Ave. Richmond, VA

The Carytown Market is a small scale farmers market. It was created to give local farmers, producers of goods, and consumers the opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties. The market not only offers visitors a chance to buy locally from area farmers but also to shop at the many unique stores on Cary Street.

The Carytown Farmers Market

August 19th, 11am-3pm
City Stadium - 3201 Maplewood Ave. Richmond, VA

The Carytown Market is a small scale farmers market. It was created to give local farmers, producers of goods, and consumers the opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties. The market not only offers visitors a chance to buy locally from area farmers but also to shop at the many unique stores on Cary Street.

The Carytown Farmers Market

September 2nd, 11am-3pm
City Stadium - 3201 Maplewood Ave. Richmond, VA

The Carytown Market is a small scale farmers market. It was created to give local farmers, producers of goods, and consumers the opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties. The market not only offers visitors a chance to buy locally from area farmers but also to shop at the many unique stores on Cary Street.

2nd Sundays - Williamsburg

September 9th, 11am-5pm

400 Prince George St. Williamsburg, VA

The festival features over 75 Artisans each months, local Authors & for Children & Adults and some special culinary offering! Artisan styles range from & fine funky to abstract & upcycled, vintage boutique kids clothing, paintings to pottery, woodworks, glass, jewelry, photography & more!

The Carytown Farmers Market

September 23rd, 11am-3pm
City Stadium - 3201 Maplewood Ave. Richmond, VA

The Carytown Market is a small scale farmers market. It was created to give local farmers, producers of goods, and consumers the opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties. The market not only offers visitors a chance to buy locally from area farmers but also to shop at the many unique stores on Cary Street.

Williamsburg Celebrates Artisans

September 29th

Join us as we celebrate our local artists and artisans at the 2017 Williamsburg Celebrates Contemporary Artisans show! This year we are excited to feature over 20 local artists and artisans - come see their displays and demonstrations and enjoy the talent in our local communities. The show includes artists display booths on Duke of Gloucester Street (on the block running from Henry St. to Nassau St.), and plein air artists painting around the Williamsburg area. 

 

Party on the Avenues

September 30th

It's a celebration of the great shopping, food, live music, tasty beverages and fun on Libbie/Grove/Patterson Avenues.