Fulton Market Days is back on March 25th Presented to you by... South Texas Artisans Markets
Come celebrate one of Texas’ favorite fishing villages and enjoy the Newest and Best Market Days around and right on the water! Fulton Market Days made its debut in January with over 2000 attendees! Fulton Market Days has quickly become known as the “Premier Market Day”, offering live music and dancing under the Pavilion, a Kids Play Area, 6 Food Trucks and over 100 Vendors offering everything from Arts & Crafts, Clothing & Accessories, Plants, Baked Goods, Smoked Meats & Cheeses, Local Honey, Fine Cigars, Food, Hand Crafted Jewelry and much, much more! Hours are from 10-5, for vendor information call 361-463-0125
Come Join Us, on the 4th Saturday of each month starting March 25th at 402 N. Fulton Beach Road.
Rip Tide is Playing From 1pm -5pm
A Sampling Of What You Can Expect To Find
Ted’s Vending-Sausage, Roasted Corn
& Turkey Legs
Ted and Irma Coggeshall have been selling Turkey Legs, Roasted Corn and Sausage on a Stick for over 25 years. On their biggest year ever they sold over 8000 turkey legs by traveling from Galveston down to the Valley doing 1 to 3 day shows every weekend. 2 of the other 6 Food Vendors include Always Sunny Eats and Sweets serving Philly Cheese Streaks, Gyros, Fresh Fruit Cups or Sorbes and Magonadas. Also featured is Trevino’s Concessions serving Funnel Cakes, Footlong Corn Dogs and the World Famous Twister Fries.
Red Cactus Funk & Junk
We’re very excited to introduce you to Chris and Chrissy Torres, owners of Red Cactus Funk and Junk. One of their favorite quotes is from Thomas Edison “To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” I must say... they’ve invented some awesome art from a wide variety of “funk and junk”. It’s whimsical and impractically practical, their pieces are obscure and intriguing, they evoke an imagination that comes from creative and pondering minds. I must believe these two have a very hard time walking past anything that doesn’t spark their creativity.
AC Motorsports will be at Fulton Market Days, these guys are awesome and they’re bringing a few of the ODES with them. If you haven’t seen one of these babies up close, here’s your chance! They’re street licensed for roads up to 45MPH and are often equipped with premium sound systems, custom features and body wraps.
Annette Berksan Jewelery
Annette Berksan, Jewelry Designer, will be joining us at Fulton Market Days. Annette is an accomplished Professional Web and Graphic Designer from Austin, Texas. She now calls Port Aransas home and is enjoying her love of design and applying this to one-of-a-kind hand made jewelry. Her work is inspired by the coastal influence of the sandy beaches, ocean waves and the enlightening creatures of the sea. With an ebb and flow of color and style, Annette brings to life wearable art that will be forever cherished.
Top Fuel Foods-PoBoys, Fish Plates & Ceviche
Sunshine Hoff of Top Fuel Foods is creating freshly hand battered and fried Oyster and Shrimp PoBoys for one of a kind flavor sensations. She also offers these in plate dishes along with Fish plates, Ceviche, Fish Tacos and a wonderful children’s menu of Nachos, Dogs and Fries. 2 of the other 6 Food Vendors include Doughz Guyz Wood Fired Pizza and The Fire Pit serving BBQ Sandwiches & Plates
Live 60’s-70’s Rock-N-Roll With RIPTIDE
Mike Isbell the creator of RIPTIDE Band has been entertaining for the last 15 years. He plays at some of the major Festivals along the coast such as Oysterfest, LaMardi Gras and the Flip Flop Festival.
Knives & Wives
An absolutely beautiful couple with beautiful merchandise, Rodney and April Morris hail from Ben Bolt, Texas and bring to our shoppers high quality handmade products like impeccably crafted one-of-a-kind knives, custom jewelry and more. Sometimes friends join in so there will be more wives who make soaps and other jewelry. Quality, love of their craft and a commitment to customer satisfaction insures you'll be happy with every purchase.
Doughz Guyz Wood Fired Pizza
The idea of putting a wood fired pizza oven on wheels was shear genius and our customers absolutely agreed. Curtis and Tommi Ann Wright actually ran out of food on our debut of Fulton Market Days around 2:00pm. As fast as he could fire up a pizza the crowds kept lining up for more! Our food vendors offered such a variety of great food that everyone ate and was well satisfied! These two will be increasing their stock for our next show so they'll have plenty to handle the demand on March 25th. BTW they also cater private parties. Contact them at 325-456-5123.
Holiday Beach Honey Man
Honey is a beautiful thing, it's medicinal value to it's sweet taste makes it a market favorite. Chris Brock offers a wide variety of products and one of my favorites are his honey stix. They're available in Watermelon, Blueberry, Apple, Cherry, Orange Blossom, Wildflower and my favorite, Cinnamon. Some of his other products include soaps, candy, small batch flavored honey and of course, good ole raw honey. He's a "must visit" vendor when you join us March 25th for the best market around.
Food, food and more food!!! We couldn't brag about our market day if we weren't willing to bring you the best in food. Yvonne Trevino promised me she makes the best funnel cakes around, she was a truth sayer. As I walked around our market and watched the happy faces as they delved into her funnel cakes loaded with sweet and syrupy fruit toppings, complete with whipped cream, it was obvious she was a hit. Also in her arsenal were twisted taters, basically a endless twisted potato chip, foot long corn dogs and sweet ice tea. All I can say is thanks Yvonne for making our market so sweet and tasty!
Sue Bonnar Fine Arts
Award winning artist, Sue Bonner, brings her canvas to life at Fulton Market Days. You'll see her creating her masterpieces right before your eyes, and with each stroke of her brush the painting comes to life. Sue shows her work at the Rockport Center for the Arts and various other galleries around the Coastal Bend. Specializing in bird and wildlife art, Sue’s favorite mediums include pen and ink, watercolor pencil, watercolor and acrylic.
Shear Bliss Alpaca Farm
Laura and Michael Newberry love alpacas so much they decided to start an Alpaca farm! Their products include alpaca hats (beanies and berets), socks, mittens, scarves, wet felted dryer balls and throws. They also have dog and cat toys made from alpaca fiber and their popular alpaca fertilizer, made from alpaca poo. They weave alpaca bath mats, rugs and scarves, all made from their sheared alpacas. The teddy bear shown in the picture is the softest and most cuddly little creature one will ever hold. They're ranch is located near Sinton, Texas in the small community of Papalote (Spanish for windmill) and ranch visits can be arranged by prior appointment. What an enjoyable outing with family or friends. 361-287-3643.
Tin Can Soap Company
Everyone loves handmade soaps and Debbra Olson's products are no exception! Debbra's twist is her artistic ability to create pieces that take on a life form all its’ own. With painstaking precision she creates molds of sea creatures and relics for that one-of-a-kind art piece you won’t find elsewhere. I had the opportunity to visit her studio and the fragrances were out of this world! She has drawer after drawer of custom molds, her favorite a large conch shell. The detailing in her soap is impeccable. A visit top her booth at Fulton Market Days is a must. I can promise you won't leave empty handed!
Be sure to come out March 25th to Fulton Market Days at 402 Fulton Beach Road and enjoy great live music and dancing with Riptide, some excellent food and some of the best artisans the coast has to offer. We'll see you there!!!
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Applications call 361-463-0125
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