Date(s) - September 3, 2022
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Chelsea, Vermont


The Chelsea Arts Collective is pleased to invite art and music lovers to the return of the
Chelsea Arts on the Green Market and Festival to be held on Saturday, September 3rd
(rain or shine) from 10 am until 3 pm on Chelsea, Vermont’s historic North Common.

This free event will feature live music with performances by perennial favorite Jim Rooney who is a Grammy award winning producer, known for his work with John Prine, Nanci Griffith and Iris DeMent, will be joined by guitarist, singer songwriter Adam Smith and Rudy Rudell on harmonica for a set of country, folk and Americana music starting at 10am.
SundayTable band members, Grace Marie Wallace who had the privilege to study with some amazing Jazz vocalists including Madeline Kole & Natalia Bernal, and for the past 3 years has been performing in the Upper Valley Area of NH & VT and Ed Eastridge who started his career as a professional guitarist in Washington DC and also became a Grammy winning recording engineer; working with such artists as Sheryl Crow, Wynton Marsalis and Eva Cassidy.
Footworks is a dynamic band that brings audiences the powerful rhythm and beautiful melodies of Celtic music. Footworks’ traditional Celtic songs, rollicking fiddle, lovely Irish whistle, and strong guitar rhythm make for a delightful and unforgettable musical experience.

There will be 40 New England professional and emerging artists and artisans, with a broad range of mediums, who will be displaying and selling their work. Some featured artists include painters Linda Schneider and Jessica Neary, Ceramicists Chris Vernon and Peter Duveneck, Fiber artist Neysa Russo, Printmaker John Vincent, among many talented others.

There will be diverse food offerings with Hanover’s Box Truck offering Baja Tacos, Rutland based Sustainable Eats Serving coffee/espresso drinks, healthy smoothies, bakery items, soups, sandwiches and other chef inspirations., and wood fired pizza masterpieces created by Nick and Fritz, as well as Sweet Doe Goat’s Milk Gelato.

One of the highlights of this family friendly and free festival is the Family/Community Tent where local professional artists will offer workshops throughout the day for participants to create their own works of art with clay and found objects, paint and paper.

A silent auction will be held throughout the day with works donated by many local artists. For more information, visit or call Carrie at 802/685-4866.