Sunshine Market

Pacific Kelp Baskets
Northwest Beach Works Striped Cutting Boards
Tin Door jewelry
Wicked Brooms
Kay Kepley Resonance Cards
Oh Grow Up Plant supports

A new addition to this year's festival, the Sunshine Market features more than twenty vendor booths with unique, often hand-crafted merchandise and food items for sale.  The Sunshine Market will be held 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday, March 5, at the Guy Cole Event Center at Carrie Blake Community Park, 202 N Blake Ave.  Sunshine Market vendors include:

Donika Huls, Sunshine Festival's Selected Artist 

The Art of Pottery - pottery, ceramics

City of Sequim  - festival tee-shirts, mugs, posters, hats, and "glow bling"

D's Nuts - cinnamon roasted nuts (pecan, almond, cashew)

Dougerly Candle Co. - hand-poured, soy candles, painted rocks

Green Thumb Jewelry- jewelry made from hand-casted metals

Linda's Loft - hand-crafted eyeglass buddies, goof balls, totes

Lisa's Designs - unique, hand-beaded jewelry

Mary B. Truly - fine art, watercolors, prints, cards, blankets, totes

North West Beach Works - unique jewelry and housewares made from recycled local woods and materials

Oh-GrowUp - unique metal plant supports for the garden

Olympic Peninsula Authors - paperback books by local authors for sale

Pacific Kelp Baskets - baskets woven from bull kelp

Peninsula Craft Studio cloth-based items for kitchen, home, pets, toys, and more

PNW Girl - macrame creations to decorate your home, driftwood & shell dangles

Raggedy Rug Co. - hand-woven rag rugs using discarded materials

Resonance Cards and Natural Light Photography/Kay Kepley - fine art, photo cards

Rockin' Rocks - jewelry, polished stones, photography cards, calendars

Sequim Bee Farm - honey, food products, plants

Tin Door Studio - Tin jewelry from upcycled tin boxes, vintage watch faces

Wheat Stalk Boutique - jewelry made from brass, crystals, gemstones

Whimzees - crocheted items, aprons, American Girl clothing

Wicked Brooms - Appalachian-style hand-crafted brooms, pot scrubbers