Lindsey & Forrest J. Stone, Display Some of His Woodworking Products; The Low-Back Chair Maghony, Designed and Built in Portland. A Wood Cutting Board Made From Red Heart is For Sale as Well. See forrestjstone.com for more.
A Cotton Clothing Line from Luksin, (Damariscotta) Was on Display today. Luksindesigns.com
A Ceramic Dish Crafted by Meg.Walsh,; Co-Manager of the Bayside Clay Center.
By Carol McCracken (Post # 2,375)
In the Pool at the Base of the Lincoln Park Fountain.
Over 100 vendors set up booths today at the 8th annual Picnic, at Lincoln Park, said Any Tech of Pinecone & Chickadee, organizer of the popular event. Lincoln Park is located at the corner of Congress and Franklin Streets. Admission was free. It was a hot and sunny day, but there was always the pool at the base of the fountain for children to cool off in. And they did. All hot day.
Following are some photographs of the various vendors at the Picnic.
The annual Winter Picnic will be held on December 13th at 58 Fore Street, Portland. It’s always another popular event in the area.
Pinecone & Chickadee, Picnic organizer, is located at 6 Free Street, Portland. See pineconeandchickadee.com. for more information.
Cory Bucknam, a Junior High School Art Teacher and Ceramic Artist – Stroudwater Studio. See www.stroudwaterstudio.com. She Works Mostly in Green Because It’s Like Being in Nature
Sammy Astrachan, Takes a Reading Break Under a Shade Tree at the Park.
Litter Box Knits Were Well Represented by Charlene Roberts and Her Daughter, Sierra Roberts. Bellfie Roberts (dog) is Part of the Family as Well.