James Rada, Jr.

Flood watches and the threat of rain didn’t deter people from visiting Thurmont’s downtown businesses for the Main Street Art & Wine Stroll on May 10, 2019. A dozen businesses hosted dozens of local wineries, artists, and other artisans for the bi-annual event. Visitors sampled wines from area vineyards and admired the work of local artists.

The participants included: Businesses: Browns’ Jewelry & Gifts, Center of Life Pilates & Holistic Health Center, ESP Dance Studio, Gateway Orthodontics, Hobbs Hardware, Long & Foster – The Huffman Team, My Eye Doctor, Rebecca LaChance Artistic Portraits, Rebecca Pearl Gallery, Thurmont American Legion Post 168, Thurmont Amvets Post 7, Thurmont Bar & Grill, Thurmont Kountry Kitchen, Thurmont Main Street Center, Thurmont Senior Center, Timeless Trends Boutique; Artisans: Alexandra Farrington, Ashley Wagester, Barbara Creighton, Charlotte Dutton, Gnarly Artly, James Rada, Jr., Jan Flynn, Jody Newton, Liz Dodson-The Kombucha Lady, Michele Maze, Nancy Houston, Nicole Lutrell, Sarah Simmons, Scales & Tales, Sharon Rowland, Sublime Wine Design, Willow Creek Studio, Yemi; Musicians: Doug Alan Wilcox, Gateway Brass Ensemble, Harold Staley, Open Easy, Slap Happy; Wineries: Catoctin Breeze Vineyard, Detour Vineyard Winery, Links Bridge Vineyards, and Mazzaroth Vineyard.

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