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The First Year

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You would fell in love this place if you're a lover of handicrafts, paintings, sculptures and art in general. They have goods in from brass to wood. Must visit if you're planning to buy something for your house or a gift for someone.

The OgunquitFest Artisan Craft Fair features live music, food trucks, and more than 60 crafters displaying their wares in two adjacent locations, Dorothea Jacobs Grant Common and the Dunaway Center, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The show is the only continuous, non-juried arts festival of original drawings, paintings, graphics, sculpture, crafts, and photography in the world. Whatever the size, subject, media, or price, all works are original art, created by the artists you meet!

The show's beautiful beachfront location at Chase Palm Park provides an informal atmosphere that encourages visitors to the show to talk with members about their art or craft - and in some cases even see them in action! The show is unique in that each artist lives in Santa Barbara County and personally produces every piece for sale. The Santa Barbara Arts and Crafts Show is still the perfect place for visitors and the local community to shop for that unique Santa Barbara gift.

The casual atmosphere lends itself to interaction. Customers enjoy talking to artists about their craft and purchasing the pieces that speak to them. The personal connection with the artist adds value to the art and the experience.

The application process maintains the show's mission to showcase hand-crafted originals from Santa Barbara artisans. Once an artist has been approved, they join the ranks of a vibrant local art community and have the privilege to showcase their art at the popular Santa Barbara waterfront to locals as well as to the millions of visitors who come to Santa Barbara each year.

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Throughout our marriage, we've spent time in each other's company traveling and enjoying the pleasures of a good meal, with the freshest ingredients, simply prepared and properly seasoned. During breaks from our then careers as attorneys, we explored and were intrigued by the traditions of salt making in the most picturesque and tranquil places in the world. As we spent more and more time in our cherished childhood beach town of Amagansett, we began exploring the craft of salt making. What started as a hobby almost thirty years ago turned into years of refining our sea salt making process: from the design of our unique solar-evaporating salterns, to the manner by which we carefully tend and hand harvest our crop, to experimenting with flavors that pair well with our delicate sea salt.

Our salt is unrefined, crunchy sea salt, crafted entirely by hand in small batches from the Atlantic Ocean. Our traditional process utilizing open-air salt pans is entirely natural, requiring only the sea, wind, sun, and patience. We evaporate fresh, clean, filtered seawater outdoors under the sun and bathed by ocean breezes. Unlike most others, we do not boil or oven-dry seawater nor trap the forming crystals in a factory building or greenhouse. We use no anti-caking agents, bleaching additives, or other chemical additions. We proudly and painstakingly craft our products to our exacting standards without cutting corners.

At True Food Kitchen, our menu is carefully crafted so that every bite and every refreshing sip serve up big flavor, an abundance of fresh ingredients and a taste of the unexpected. Our artisan chefs create crave-worthy classics alongside a steady rotation of seasonal offerings that take advantage of naturally ripe fruits and vegetables so their flavor is full and their nutrients, rich. Creative, hand-crafted beverages built around seasonality, quality ingredients and simple preparations complement every occasio


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