EASTON — Just in time to get that one-of-a-kind gift, the Art and Craft Marketplace is going on through Sunday, Dec. 8, on Harrison Street, in conjunction with Christmas in Easton.

Maryland-handcrafted art and crafts are front and center.

George and “Peaches” Meyer have jars of local honey with the “BeeGeorge” label, and life-sized driftwood sculptures by Calvert County artist Larry Ringgold are back by popular demand.

Creative jewelry, handmade candies and soaps, fresh floral holiday arrangements are interspersed with beautiful artwork, local photography and more.

New this year is the Doehrn Tea Company, purveyor of fine loose leaf teas under guidance of Monika Mraz of Oxford.

Whimsical and practical, stitched items from Brenda Heinsohn, Beth Heinsohn, Cathy Heinsohn, Erin Pine and Amy Lange as “Creative in Cordova” are sure to please.

For the person who loves the Shore, photography by Easton’s Joan Orme brings that beautiful outside into your home, no matter what the weather.

More than 40 artisans form an eclectic mix of the appealing and comical, dazzling and charming, with something for every taste and pocketbook.

The show is the brainchild of Susan Langfitt and mosaic artist Jennifer Wagner-Campbell, who constantly strives to bring art and creativity out to meet the public.

Sunday, Dec. 8, the marketplace, in the Waterfowl Festival Building, the old armory at 40 S. Harrison St., will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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