The 6th annual Maritime Magic Arts/Crafts Show will be held Saturday, June 3, 2017 indoors at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts, 107 S. Harrison.

                                                     One of Brad Hanson's unique cribbage boards.

In addition to the artists and crafters, the show includes a Resale Shoppe of items donated by LACA and community members. The Arts Center's Gift Shop is also open for customers.

The artists and crafters who will be exhibiting and selling their works at the June 3, 2017 show are:

Julie Austin, Traverse City, (Garden Accents) stepping stones, birdbaths, garden plaques/totems.

Linda Bengston & Chick Boulter, Spring Lake, (Sisters Crone) home & garden décor, jewelry, purses, soy candles, bracelets with attitude.

Margie Bennett, Irons, hand-painted signs and décor, hand-sewn items.

Dan Blackstone, Walhalla, woodcrafts, toys, yard games, decorations.

Gordon Cole, Manistee, handmade wooden toys made from different species/colors of recycled wood.

Melissa Decator, Hesperia, (One Winged Wonders) clay sculptures, cards, journals, polymer clay earrings, mini albums.

Jon Erickson, Ludington, reclaimed items made into functional and decorative art.

Heidi Ferwerda, Zeeland, (Foxy /Lady's Art) wire-wrapped stone, pendant and earrings, hand-strung bead bracelets and necklaces.

Ray Frase, Waterford, hand-crafted wooden and epoxy pens.

Verna Fugere, Ludington, storage/bed for American Girl or other 18-inch doll, bed includes mattress, sheets, dust ruffle, comforter, shams and pillows.

Brad Hanson, Rochester, MN, unique cribbage boards (SS Badger, North Pier Light, Coho Salmon), wall plaque of oversized word game letters, cutting boards, small ring boxes.

Kaye Holman, Ludington, Ludington Youth Sailing School.

Linda Hummel, Fremont, crochet, knitted and sewn hot pads, baby quilts, hats, blankets, burp clothes, embroidered towels and pillow cases, scarves.

Julie Johnson, Ludington, (Pics & Wics) soy candles with natural soy and cotrton wicks, air fresheners.

Phyllis Kidder, Mears, copper trees. Luci Lavis, Ludington, reversable aprons, coin purses, wine glass coasters, pillows, scrap scarves.

Pat McKillen, Spring Lake, ceramic tiles, trivets, lazy Susan, coaster and hanging pictures, cards.

Erika Miller, Walker, (Naturally Harmonious) homemade organic condition-specific lotions oil blends and sprays.

Terry Rasmussen, Ludington, craft items of Barbados bags, decorative tissue covers and art murals.

Marion Riedl, Ludington, (Creations by MIR) Michigan applique towels and potholders, scrubbies, aprons.

Cindy Shoemaker, Baldwin, vegan soaps and lotions, recycled copper soap dishes and yard art.

Beth Smith, Ludington, (Just Ben Fusing) fused glass, fordite, Petoskey stone pendants and fused glass tiles & suncatchers.

Linda Sykes, Cadillac, sugar scrubs and bath bombs.

Kittie Tuinstra, Hart, (Little Bird Botanicals) lip balms, soaps.

John Wemlinger, Onekama, driftwood art with wood, rocks and beachgrass and author of “Winter's Bloom.”

Gretchen Whitmer, Lake City, (Glass Art Design) stained glass, fused glass, slumped bottles, bottle art and lamps, bottle lanterns and lights in bottles.

Ted Woodmansee, Ludington, wooden tables, novelties and games.

Proceeds from the artists' booth & table rental fees, admission donations, Resale Shoppe and the Gift Shop are used to support LACA projects and programs.