For those who have been wanting to see the quality crafts created locally, Round Peak Vineyards is the place to be this weekend.
Today Round Peak Vineyards is hosting a Holiday Bazaar focusing on works created by local artisans.
The event will feature work from artists in Surry County as well as surrounding counties, and will run from noon to 6 p.m.
The artists will include musicians, painters, jewelers, a lapidary (stone cutter), photographers, a cheese maker, soap maker and quilter, according to organizers.
A photographer also will be on hand with a photo booth and props to shoot photos at the event and make them available for download.
And the event will feature the first-ever public showing of a special series entitled “A Variation of the Northern Road.”
Music will be performed during the event by Steve Lindsley from noon to 3 p.m. Lindsley will be followed by mandolin duo George Smith and David Crawford from 3 to 6 p.m.
In addition, carriage rides will be available for $5 a ride, and a massage therapist will be available to rub one’s troubles away for $1 a minute.
Beer, wine, mulled wine and food also will be available throughout the day.
Round Peak Vineyards is at 765 Round Peak Church Road. For more information visit www.roundpeak.com.
Reach Keith Strange at email@example.com or 719-1929.