Everything about it was unbelievably tasty -- definitely adding it to my favorites list. Next up was the Clay, Glass, and Metal show, also on Washington Avenue this weekend. Although it's going to be warm, at least they haven't predicted any nasty weather, which so often hits this great show. There are all kinds of artists there with a wide variety of price points. There's something for everyone. I stopped at my friend Marcia Hovland's booth. She's so whimsical!
I love her new flower pots:
One of the newer activities is the mosaic tile art project for the Royal Oak Public Library.
It's a beautiful, sunshiney day but too hot for me to linger.
A couple of artists were doing demonstrations during the show. A glass blower was getting fired up and the potter below was getting ready too. Something about the heat just made me keep walking, though.
These potted flowers were near the entrance to an apartment building nearby where my grandfather lived more than 75 years ago -- amazing!
At my last stop for the day, I picked up dog food and treats for Maggie at my favorite pet store, Premier Pet Supply, and returned home to gear up for an afternoon of serious sewing in the air-conditioned comfort of my living room.