Sunday, November 23, 2014

*FINAL* Live Performance Schedule for the 2014 Bizarre Bazaar!


BIZ BAZ 2014 Live Performance Schedule



Friday, November 28th


Upstairs Stage:

5pm: Mark Roberts-Extended Bass Soloist

6pm: KT/DG- Indie, Flutey-Folk

7pm: Sugarfoot Detour – Folk Rock

8pm: Raghsidad Belly Dancers



Downstairs Stage:

5:15pm: Sean Mawhirter/ Finger Style Guitar Soloist

6:30pm: Tasha Haas and The Silos

7:30: Lana Haas and the Sonic Mystics/ (extended set)

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Saturday, November 29th


Upstairs Stage:

9am: John Thompson- Accordian Soloist

10am: Walt Babbit- Singer Songwriter

11am: Deborah Pine and Mark Eldridge- Singer Songwriter

12:00: The Heebie Jeebies-Folk, Americana

1:15pm: Darrell Lea- Singer Songwriter

3:00pm: Barry Barnes and Earnest Zydeco-Accordian & Washboard

4:00pm: Zo and Glo - Rock/Jazz



Downstairs Stage:
9:15: Ardys Ramberg- Singer Songwriter

10:15: Fraoch- Celtic Band

11:30: Russ Kapp- Jazz Guitar Soloist

1:00: N’Umbs Up - Northumbrian Folk

2:15: Rick Frydman -Singer Songwriter

3:15: Desert Wind- Flute & Percussion

4:15: Michael Paul- Singer Songwriter





Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Artist feature: Kathleen Hayward

Kathleen Hayward creates unique beaded jewelry and mixed media wind chimes using upcycled and found materials.


She became interested in "made objects" while working as an industrial photographer in the 1980s. Her passion evolved into the use of black and white photography and traditional lab development processes to capture man-made objects juxtaposed against a natural landscape setting.

Kathleen is still involved in photography but decided to pursue jewelry making in 1999. She uses her previous knowledge of free-flowing space and color to create new objects in the form of jewelry. She taught herself to create sterling silver jewelry and started adding beads to create one-of-a-kind pieces of wearable art. This led to new ideas that included wind chimes constructed from silver plated tea service, driftwood, silverware, upcycled and found materials, and semi-precious stones and beads. Kathleen also uses spoon and fork handles left over from the construction of wind chimes to create new objects such as spoon rings and bracelets with detailed embellishments.

Kathleen does most of her work in her home studio and takes custom orders, offering one-on-one design services to meet the needs of her clients.

She has participated in the Bizarre Bazaar for eight years and more of her work can be found on her website.