Arts, crafts galore set for Saturday
This Saturday’s Three Notch Market Arts and Crafts Festival, planned for the grounds of historic Springdale, features a variety of vendors and musical entertainment.
The Andalusia Junior Woman’s Club sponsors the event, now in its second year.
Arts and crafts vendors will show handmade jewelry, woodwork, quilts, folk art, birdhouses, paintings, photography, hair bows, children’s clothes, plants and pottery. A caricature artist will be on hand for drawings on demand.
Food vendors will have baked goods, hot dogs, fried fish, and other festival favorites.
Entertainment is planned throughout the day, and will culminate with a 6 p.m. performance of the Rochelle Harper Band co-sponsored by the City of Andalusia.
Harper is an Andalusia native and AHS grad who has taken her original and cover music to the Gulf Coast, and who has performed at Montgomery’s Jubilee City Fest, and Mobile’s Bayfest.
Area residents are encouraged to bring their blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the concert on the lawn of Springdale.
Other entertainment includes:
9:45 – Ted Watson, National Anthem
10:00 – Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
10:15 – Brad Ingram, Praise Music
11:00 – Katie Howell’s Cheer Group
11:15 – AHS Choral Department
11:45 – Sweet Magnolia Gypsies (bellydancers)
12:00 – Peyton Prevett
12:15 – Scott Rogers and Tambry Nix
12:45 – The Company Dance Center
1:15 – The Chase, Christian Music
1:45 – Andalusia Ballet
2:15 – Sisters by Grace
2:30 – Callow
3:00 – Carroll Williams Band (Tripp Bass)
4:15 – Madison Castleberry (sings with Southland)
4:30 – Southbound River
6:00 – Rochelle Harper Band