Springfield Farmer’s Market June 26, 2021

Hi to all of our supporters. Another great morning at The Springfield Farmers Market. If you haven’t already read any of our blogs, here is a little background history about it.

Springfield Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, June through September. The Springfield Farmers Market is held adjacent to the Heritage center on North Market Place in Springfield, Ohio. It features dozens of local vendors featuring fresh, local vegetables, meats, dairy products, baked goods, arts and crafts. Also, COhatch Springfield is open with 5 restaurants and two bars located inside the old Myer’s Market .

We went very simple again. We decided on bringing belts, purses, wallets, cord keepers, growler carriers, wine bottle carriers, bracelets and a few journals. We got all our products into one large bin but still needed two vehicles for the setup. We’re still searching for a 15 passenger van to put everything in it.  We started a Ko-fi Page! Ko-fi helps creators get support from fans of our work. Please support or follow our page! https://ko-fi.com/dragoncatleather . We set up a goal of $5000 to buy a van.

Setup for the market started at 7:30 am. We arrived around 8:30 am. Setup was a breeze for us. It was a windy day for the market. It got a little hotter at the close of the market. . Everyone was excited to be out and enjoying the market. There were about 30 vendors at the market. It was a good mix of vendors featuring fresh, local vegetables, meats, dairy products, baked goods, arts and crafts. A few highlights, we bought some cinnamon rolls from Le Torte Dolci . Also, we bought jalapeno and cheese brats from the  wonderful folks at Billy’s Bacon & Brats. We bought some ham for slow cooked green beans from Bank Barn Meats . Our friends from Sleepy Panda Forge and Leather were at the market.

We will be back at it again on Saturday July 3 from 9am to 12:30pm. Come out and visit us. We will be at Waynesville Street Faire from 10 am to 4 pm on July 17, 2021.  Also,  we will be at the Cincinnati Celtic Festival from July 23 to July 26,2021

 If you are one of the many folks that asked about custom orders, please fill out the form on the contact us page. Also, if you saw something in our booth not listed on the website, please fill out the form on the contact page. Thanks again for coming out and seeing us. Keep up to date on shows and festivals by visiting the events page. Also, follow  us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Tik Tok, and Youtube.

Waynesville Street Faire 6/19/2021

Hi to all of our supporters. Another Saturday and new to us, Waynesville Street Faire.  If you haven’t already read any of our blogs, here is a little background history about the street faire.

 Waynesville Street Faire is held once a month on a Saturday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, June through September. The  Waynesville Street Faire features 40 Art and Vintage/Antique vendors who are setting up in the street to bring, share and talk about the joy of what they artistically create. The Waynesville Street Faire is sponsored by The Waynesville Shops. The  Waynesville Street Faire will have booths with crafts, quilts, pottery, textiles, art and handcrafted jewelry all created by the talented people in our neighboring communities. In addition to the vendors, Waynesville is home to the most wonderful and amazing gifts and antiques. The shops will be open and they hope to see you and your family! Eat – Shop – Enjoy while walking around this quaint town on Main Street in Waynesville,Ohio.

 We went very simple again. We decided on bringing belts, purses, wallets, cord keepers, growler carriers, wine bottle carriers, bracelets and a few journals. We got all our products into one large bin but still needed two vehicles for the setup. We’re still searching for a 15 passenger van to put everything in it.  We started a Ko-fi Page! Ko-fi helps creators get support from fans of our work. Please support or follow our page! https://ko-fi.com/dragoncatleather . We set up a goal of $5000 to buy a van.

Setup for the market started at 7:15 am. We arrived around 8:15 am. Setup was an adventure because of the rain and wind. It ended up being a beautiful day for the market. It got a little hotter at the close of the market.  Everyone was excited to be out and enjoying the market. There were about 30 vendors at the market. It was a good mix of vendors featuring fresh local vegetables, tea, arts, and crafts. A few highlights, we met the owner of RA Woodworking . Also, we met some wonderful folks at The Upcycle Asylum.  

We will be back in Waynesville again on Saturday July 17 from 10 am to 4 pm. Come out and visit us. This weekend will be at The Springfield Farmers Market from 9 am to 12:30 pm.If you are one of the many folks that asked about custom orders, please fill out the form on the contact us page. Also, if you saw something in our booth not listed on the website, please fill out the form on the contact page. Thanks again for coming out and seeing us. Keep up to date on shows and festivals by visiting the events page. Also, follow  us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Tik Tok, and Youtube.

Springfield Farmer’s Market June 12, 2021

Hi to all of our supporters. Another great morning at The Springfield Farmers Market. If you haven’t already read any of our blogs, here is a little background history about it.

Springfield Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, June through September. The Springfield Farmers Market is held adjacent to the Heritage center on North Market Place in Springfield, Ohio. It features dozens of local vendors featuring fresh, local vegetables, meats, dairy products, baked goods, arts and crafts. Also, COhatch Springfield is open with 5 restaurants and two bars located inside the old Myer’s Market .

. We went very simple again. We decided on bringing belts, purses, wallets, cord keepers, growler carriers, wine bottle carriers, bracelets and a few journals. We got all our products into one large bin but still needed two vehicles for the setup. We’re still searching for a 15 passenger van to put everything in it.  We started a Ko-fi Page! Ko-fi helps creators get support from fans of our work. Please support or follow our page! https://ko-fi.com/dragoncatleather . We set up a goal of $5000 to buy a van.

Setup for the market started at 7:30 am. We arrived around 8 am. Setup was a breeze for us. It was a beautiful day for the market. It got a little hotter at the close of the market. . Everyone was excited to be out and enjoying the market. There were about 30 vendors at the market. It was a good mix of vendors featuring fresh, local vegetables, meats, dairy products, baked goods, arts and crafts. A few highlights, we met one of the owners of Bank Barn Meats . Also, we met some wonderful folks at Billy’s Bacon & Brats.  Our friends from Sleepy Panda Forge and Leather were at the market.

We will be back at it again on Saturday June 26 from 9am to 12:30pm. Come out and visit us. This weekend will be at Waynesville Street Faire from 10 am to 4 pm.If you are one of the many folks that asked about custom orders, please fill out the form on the contact us page. Also, if you saw something in our booth not listed on the website, please fill out the form on the contact page. Thanks again for coming out and seeing us. Keep up to date on shows and festivals by visiting the events page. Also, follow  us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Tik Tok, and Youtube.

Springfield Farmer’s Market June 5, 2021

Hi to all of our supporters. It has been a year and half since our last show. Our first show of the year was at The Springfield Farmers Market. Here is a little background history about it.

Springfield Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, June through September. The Springfield Farmers Market is held adjacent to the Heritage center on North Market Place in Springfield, Ohio. It features dozens of local vendors featuring fresh, local vegetables, meats, dairy products, baked goods, arts and crafts. Also, COhatch Springfield is open with 5 restaurants and two bars located inside the old Myer’s Market .

The day before, we did a dry run of setting up our booth. We went very simple. We decided on bringing belts, purses, wallets, cord keepers, growler carriers, wine bottle carriers, bracelets and a few journals. We got all our products into one large bin but still needed two vehicles for the setup. We’re still searching for a 15 passenger van to put everything in it.  We started a Ko-fi Page! Ko-fi helps creators get support from fans of our work. Please support or follow our page! https://ko-fi.com/dragoncatleather . We set up a goal of $5000 to buy a van.

Setup for the market started at 7:30 am. We arrived around 8 am. Setup was a breeze for us. It was a beautiful day for the market. There was the right amount of breeze and sunshine. Everyone was excited to be out and enjoying the market. There were about 30 vendors at the market. It was a good mix of vendors featuring fresh, local vegetables, meats, dairy products, baked goods, arts and crafts.A couple of highlights, we met Jeb Pencil, a bison farmer  and owner of Pencil Bison Ranch  that wanted us to leather work with bison’s hides. Also,  it was good to see Justin from Sleepy Panda Forge and Leather. The last time we saw him and his wife was at BrewDog DogTap Columbus.

We will be back at it again on Saturday June 12 from 9am to 12:30pm. Come out and visit us.
If you are one of the many folks that asked about custom orders, please fill out the form on the contact us page. Also, if you saw something in our booth not listed on the website, please fill out the form on the contact page.  Thanks again for coming out and seeing us. Keep up to date on shows and festivals by visiting the events page. Also, follow  us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Tik Tok, and Youtube.

DogTap Exchange February 10, 2019

Founded in 2007, BrewDog started in Scotland with a mission to revolutionize beer drinking. In 2015, BrewDog brought their revolution to the United States and landed in Columbus, Ohio. Since 2015, it has expanded to a bar in the Short North and Franklinton. Dog Tap just opened a hotel at the brewery and dogs are allowed to stay here. The Dog Tap Exchange started about a year ago. The Exchange features local made products and artists.

We have done all but 1 of the Exchanges. This is my favorite place. One main reason is puppies are allowed in the building and patio. The Exchange was held in the lobby of Dog Tap but moved to the museum part of the building. This gave the people more time to look at the artists and vendors. This was first show with a condensed version of our 10 x 10 spot.  The crowds were steady all day even with the snow. We are looking forward to the next Exchange.

If you are one of the many folks that asked about custom orders, please fill out the form on the contact us page. Also, if you saw something in our booth not listed on the website, please fill out the form on the contact page.  Thanks again for coming out and seeing us. Keep up to date on shows and festivals by visiting the events page. Also, like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram

Thanks again for joining us ! – Azure Dragon Works and Captain Bob’s Emporium

Weekly Update February 18, 2019

We have confirmation for two upcoming events, The Magical Market and The Viking Fest. The Magical Market is a first year event that will feature fantastical items from magical and intergalactic realms, superheroes and villains, or otherworldly creatures such as elves, fairies, wizards, gnomes, etc. The Magical Market is being held at Goshen High School in Goshen, Ohio. The Viking Fest is an annual festival in Whitestown, Indiana. The second year event will have the Vikings invading Whitestown once again for a fun and educational festival including a Viking Village, fight reenactments, live music, and more. The Viking Fest is being held at Anson Acres in Whitestown, Indiana.

Our schedule of events will be slowly filling up the calendar, once we get more acceptance letters. This week, we took time to increase stock levels on bracelets, journals and low on hand products. Azure made embossed bracelets with a new color scheme. She is also tooling more journals for the upcoming year. She put some final touches on a custom coin purse that will be sent out this week. Captain did a bunch of dragon scale bracelets. The dye job on the bracelets is one of a kind. He mixed dyes to achieve the unique custom color for this project.

If you are one of the many folks that asked about custom orders, please fill out the form on the contact us page. Also, if you saw something in our booth not listed on the website, please fill out the form on the contact page.  Thanks again for coming out and seeing us. Keep up to date on shows and festivals by visiting the events page. Also, like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram

Thanks again for joining us ! – Azure Dragon Works and Captain Bob’s Emporium