Parking! Parking!

Park + Ride

One of the biggest hurdles while planning The Makers Festival was the parking situation.  Beach View Farms is located in a residential neighborhood, and parking along Beach View Avenue is understandably prohibited.  

 

The Magaziner Family (owners of two local restaurants: Old Causeway  and  Mud City Crab House) have generously offered up their newly acquired "Mud Shuttle" to transport Makers Festival attendees from the Southern Regional Middle School parking lot directly to the Beach View Farms entrance, which is a 1.8 mile ride (or walk if you choose!).

 

How it works

 

Festival goers are encouraged to drive directly to Southern Regional Middle school and follow posted signs for parking.  There will be a "Bus Stop" area where attendees can wait for the Mud Shuttle. The shuttle will run every 10-15 minutes directly from SRMS to the Farm, which is a less than 5 minute ride.  As always, walking or biking is welcome and bike racks will be provided for those riding. 

Southern Regional Middle School has also pitched in to our event by offering up a parking solution. We are happy to give back to Southern by donating a portion of the proceeds from the Rustic Drift Biergarten to a college scholarship fund dedicated to a deserving art student.  Directions to SRMS are below.

 

Should you have any questions regarding parking before the event, feel free to email organizers at makersfest@gmail.com. There will be volunteers stationed along the route to guide you and answer any questions you may have regarding parking as well. 

The "it" event.

We have to be honest, it's a bit surreal for anyone to refer to The Makers Festival as the 'it' event. It's flattering, no doubt, but surreal. Check out a fabulous article by Victoria Ford of The Sandpaper covering all aspects of the festival.



If You Don't Know, Now You Know

Last week Makers Hosts School of Vintage & Volatile Media Management took a stroll through Beach View with Farmer Extraordinaire Chris Adams.  There have been so many changes to the space since our last visit (including clearing a field for weddings!), and we are extremely fortunate to have this beautiful landscape as our canvas.  

Thank you to Tony Coon of Darn Swell Media for working his magic!

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