Photos: St. Helena Winter Market Dec 5, 2018 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save The St. Helena Winter Market was held Dec. 1-2 at the Native Sons Hall. St. Helena Winter Market Shujan Bertrand, of Aplat Culinary Designs, holds a culinary tote and over her right shoulder is a bouquet tote. The bouquet tote, made of denim, is the item that started Bertrand's path to developing zero waste totes and dish covers. St. Helena Winter Market at Native Sons Hall The second annual Winter Market includes about 30 artisans hand picked by Richard Carter and Kelly Farley. Some of the crafts people are longtime friends of Carter or Farley, others have been found through relationships or at other markets, Carter said. ANNE WARD ERNST PHOTOS St. Helena Winter Market Owen McInerneny's jewelry is made of sterling silver and 18-karat gold. St. Helena Winter Market Cassoulet dishes made by Kathy Kearns of Crockett Pottery are dishwasher and microwave safe. St. Helena Winter Market The St. Helena Winter Market included family-friendly craft activities such as cookie decorating and wreath making. St. Helena Winter Market Kathy Kearns, right, stands with her pottery ware from Crockett Pottery. Kearns has been a potter for more than four decades. St. Helena Winter Market Richard Carter, left, worked with partner Kelly Farley to curate and create the second annual St. Helena Winter Market. Their concept is to bring high-quality artisans and crafts people together with the community. St. Helena Winter Market The Station, a soon-to-be-opened market at 1153 Main St. in St. Helena, donated all proceeds of the sale of baked goods and beverages to We Care Animal Rescue. The baked goods are on a test run and may or may not be on the menu at The Station, which is owned by Joel Gott. St. Helena Winter Market June Taylor Jams out of Berkeley included several flavors of jams, marmalades, syrups and candies. St. Helena Winter Market Custom made knives, wood blocks and other decorative wood pieces, made by woodworkers Sarah Million McCormick and Tobyn Clark McCormick, are among the elite-level curated craftsmen represented at the market. Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Most Popular Napa Police: Second teenager arrested for trying to thwart investigation into school shooting plot Napa County hits The Prisoner winery with code violation notice Authorities: Right-wing activist enters property of Nancy Pelosi near St. Helena, not arrested 15 new California laws you should know about in 2019 For $130,000 a year, could you and a friend see yourselves taking care of this San Francisco lighthouse? promotion Share your photos with the Napa Valley Register The Napa Valley Register welcomes your photographic contributions to the Faces and Places gallery, which runs every Sunday. promotion Pet tributes We know your pets are like members of the family.