A homemade pimento cheese sandwich is becoming a rare delicacy in a fast-food world, but at Paradise Garden’s May Artist Market this coming Saturday (May 14), this Southern specialty will be readily available. The Chattooga Garden Club, famed for their delicious sandwiches at Finster Fest, will be back at the Garden and serving up secret-recipe pimento cheese goodness! Oh, and the Garden Club ladies also will have plants for sale.
The May Artist Market will present a great lineup of artists selling their handmade creations. Come peruse the work of over twenty artists, and enjoy touring around Howard’s 4-acre folk art environment/roadside attraction.
Here’s the full lineup:
Becky Altman, paintings and fiber arts
Kay Cook, paintings
Kimberly Dawn Crowder, paintings
Dale “Breezy” Ellis and Marianne Talarick, folk pottery
Evergreen Studio by Ash (Ash Pontrelli), studio pottery
Mandy Grant, stained glass and pottery
Lucy King, paintings and prints
Lee Laney, pottery and paintings
Will Linn, paintings
Little River Arts Council, array of art
Peter Loose, paintings
Mountain Mama Farms, soaps and other hand-made goods
Olivia Myers, pottery and wooden spoons
Martha Sandlin, wooden cutouts with mosaic tile and found objects
James Schroeder, stenciled paintings and painted wooden cutouts
Billy Smith, paintings
Tom and Judy Touchstone, pottery and ceramic jewelry
Paradise Garden admission is reduced for this special 11am-4pm event: $10 general admission; $5 seniors; free for ages 12 & under and Chattooga Country residents and members.
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