The Marshall Handmade Market is coming to the Island on Saturday November 18th

Marshall Handmade Market

The Marshall Handmade Market offers an incredible array of locally made items from pottery, jewelry, cards, botanicals, hand carved spoons, leather goods, paintings, baked goods and much more. 

Come see the what’s for sale at the Market on Saturday November 18th on the island at Marshall High Studios from 10-5. Better yet make a weekend of it and come stay at the Marshall House Inn (we’ve still got some rooms available), visit the market and relax afterwards at one of Marshall’s fine eateries or hangouts. 

Check out the fine group of makers this year at https://www.marshallhandmade.com/

Come make a brick at the Old Jail in Marshall

Josh Copus a local ceramic artist has launched his Brick Factory at the old Marshall Jail which he and several partners have recently purchased from the county.

Adults and kids alike will have a great time learning about how bricks are made and making their own brick which will be fired in Josh’s kiln in the Walnut community and then used when the jail is renovated. Each person making a brick will also receive a ‘Community’ brick to take home.

And the best part is it’s totally free! 

Check out the website at communitybrick.org for times and to learn more about this fun project.

Important update regarding COVID-19 

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and based on guidance from state and local health officials, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the Inn out of caution for the health and safety of our staff, guests and our community. For anyone with reservations scheduled through March 31, 2020, we will be in touch shortly to discuss the next steps.

We are still accepting reservations for summer and fall and hope to see you then.

We understand that you may have questions and we will do our best to get back to you as quickly and as transparently as possible while this dynamic situation unfolds.

Thank you in advance for your continued support and understanding. We wish you and your loved ones good health and safety in these trying times.

Sincerely,
John & Kerstin Davis
The Marshall House Inn Innkeepers