Craft Fair

Harvest Craft Fair

The Harvest Craft Fair
Long Lake Town Hall
1204 Main Street
Long Lake, NY 12847
Saturday, October 7, 2017 10am – 4pm

The Harvest Craft Fair is free and open to the public. Vendors will be on site selling hand-made American crafts including:

Soy Candles, herbs & spices, books, balsam and wood crafts, natural stones, ice cream, body butter, soaps, Adirondack Fibers and Yarn, ceramics, rustic signage, cutting boards to benefit North Country Life Flight, scarves.

Activities on site include a Bounce House for the kids, Guess the Weight of the Pumpkin, painting pumpkins and the infamous Pumpkin Drop at 2pm.  Thanks to Rasmussen Builders for the use of the Genie Lift for the Pumpkin Drop. 

Enjoy leaf peeping and the Harvest Craft Fair! 

27th Annual Arts and Craft Fair in Raquette Lake

 

The Raquette Lake Parents Teachers and Friends will sponsor the 27th annual Arts and Crafts Fair at the Raquette Lake School on Rt. 28 on Saturday, August 12, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  This is a juried show with all items being displayed for sale the work of the exhibitor on site, the majority of whom reside in the Adirondack Park. 

 

Adirondack artists exhibiting include Fawn Ridge Pottery of Chestertown and South Bay Jewelry of Raquette Lake.  Lis Barsuglia-Madsen is back with her hand woven clothing, rugs and accessories.  Other exhibitors include Bob Montesano photography and David “R.C.” Oster’s pen and ink drawings of historic buildings and Adirondack scenes. Toni Rudd will be selling her delicious homemade jams and jellies and Carol Milliman-Estes will be selling the famous Milliman homemade fudge.  Kent Menges will be displaying his wrought iron work ‘Adironstix’.  New to this year’s show is Nancy Pulling Best with her children’s books and Ken Stanton with rustic Adirondack furniture.

 

Other items for sale this year include stained glass, alcohol inks on tiles, vases and yupo.

 

There will be a Chinese raffle with items donated by the exhibitors and the drawings will take place at 3:30 that afternoon.  You need not be present to win.

All proceeds of the raffle will be donated to North Country Life Flight, a free, not-for-profit critical care air rescue service serving the Adirondacks.

The show is held inside the school and will go on rain or shine!!

Support your local and regional artists and find a truly distinctive gift for yourself, friend or family member!

Harvest Craft Fair in Long Lake October 8

There is still time to get your leaf peeping in for 2016. Make Long Lake, NY your stop on your tour of the Adirondacks. Destination, the Long Lake Annual Harvest Craft Fair on Saturday, October 8, 2016 at the Long Lake Town Hall located at 1204 Main Street Long Lake, NY from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

St. Lawrence Duck Decoys

St. Lawrence Duck Decoys

Vendors will be selling their handmade crafts featuring: soaps, hiking sticks, keychains, etched tree fungus, wooden bowls, rolling pins and cheese boards. Herbal spice mixes, homemade chip and dip bowls, bread and soup mixes, soy candles, with Adirondack and home scents, rustic furniture, frames and décor, wooden decoys. Balsam cloth and wood filled crafts, children’s books and related board games, polished stone jewelry, books, rustic signage and woodcrafts, body butter, lip balms, bath salt, face and body scrub, hand sewn home décor, and knitted items.

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Vendors return year after year and it’s a great kick off to holiday shopping, adding rustic Adirondack touches your home decor. The small show packs a big punch with a variety of quality vendors, there is something for everyone. Vendors: Moose River Candle Company, Fauna on Flora, Chipman Woodworks, Santa’s Attic and Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen, Rustic Creations, St. Lawrence River Decoys, Bunny’s Craftique Cottage, Thornapple Creek Books, Jenter Designs, Nancy Did It, Birch Pond Designs, Stream Valley Essentials, Adirondack Inspirations, Beagle Boy Beads and the Long Lake Ladies Auxiliary

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Kids activities will be available including a bounce house, pumpkin painting and games outside of the Town Hall.

There will be a raffle to benefit the Long Lake Ladies Auxiliary.

Admission is free.

Fall Foliage quickly heading towards peak.  Another weekend awaits for you to catch a glimpse of her beauty.  Long Lake, NY

Fall Foliage quickly heading towards peak. Another weekend awaits for you to catch a glimpse of her beauty. Long Lake, NY

Make a weekend out of your adventure. Lots of activities going on in the region. Leaves are at their mid-point and rapidly heading toward peak, so do not miss your opportunity to see mother natures finest work!


Best Best for October 5th – October 8th.

Wednesday October 5th:

Raquette Lake Navigation – Bus Lunch Buffet Cruise @ 12:30 – 2:30
For RL Navigation Reservations call 315-354-5532
Trivia at The Cellar Restaurant and Pub in Long Lake NY, 7pm

Thursday October 6th:
Raquette Lake Navigation – Bus Lunch Buffet Cruise @ 12:30 – 2:30pm
Bus Dinner Buffet Cruise @ 4 – 6pm

Friday October 7th:
Great Camp Sagamore, Raquette Lake, NY – Mountain Music Weekend @ (4pm – Oct. 10 10am)

Saturday October 8th:

2016-harvest-fest

Harvest Craft Fair, Long Lake Town Hall. 1204 Main Street. Free Admission 10am – 4pm. Over 20 vendors. Bounce House and pumpking painting for the kids.

Adirondack Museum: Hamilton County Bicentennial Bash 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Included with general museum admission. Reception at 4 p.m. featuring Live music with Alex Smith & Ryan Leddick.

Discover the people and places of Hamilton County from 1816 to 2016. Hear from regional historians, enjoy local talent, play old-fashioned games, and explore museum grounds and exhibits with a Hamilton County history hunt.

Raquette Lake Navigation – Lunch Bus Buffet Cruise @ 12:30 – 2:30pm
Saturday Fall Scenic Cruise @ 2:00 – 3:30pm

The Wild Center – Born to Be Wild. Open 10a.m. to 5 p.m. Meet the newest animal members of the Wild Center Family. The Wild Center welcomes new residents, including a porcupine, otter and turtles! There will be a few opportunities during the day to meet them and then make some baby animal crafts.

Sunday October 9th:
Raquette Lake Navigation – Fall Sunday Champagne Brunch @ 12:30 – 3pm
Sip N Sail N Paint @ 4pm
Monday October 10th:
Raquette Lake Navigation – Columbus Day $5 Cruise @ 11:30 – 1pm

For more information www.mylonglake.com or 518-624-3077

Raquette Lake Busiest Day Features the Craft Fair

The Raquette Lake Parents Teachers and Friends will sponsor the 25th annual Arts and Crafts Fair at the Raquette Lake School on Rt. 28 on Saturday, August 8, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. This is a juried show with all items being displayed for sale the work of the exhibitor on site, the majority of whom reside in the Adirondack Park.

Hand knitted caps available!

Hand knitted caps available!

Adirondack Stics

Adirondack Stics

Fawn Ridge Bowl

Fawn Ridge Bowl

Adirondack artists exhibiting include Fawn Ridge Pottery of Chestertown and South Bay Jewelry of Raquette Lake. Lis Barsuglia-Madsen is back with her hand woven clothing, rugs and accessories. Sharron Knapp of Saranac Lake is returning with her popular Polar Fleece products. Other exhibitors include Bob Montesano photography and David “R.C.” Oster’s pen and ink drawings of historic buildings and Adirondack scenes. Toni Rudd will be selling her delicious homemade jams and jellies and Carol Milliman-Estes will be selling the famous Milliman homemade fudge. Kent Menges will be displaying his wrought iron work ‘Adironstix’ and Lynn Ballou of Raquette Lake with her limited edition prints and notecards. Sid Ward will be returning with his cutting boards.

Other items for sale this year include stained glass, handwoven baskets, and more!!!!

There will be a Chinese raffle with items donated by the exhibitors and the drawings will take place at 3:30 that afternoon. You need not be present to win.
All proceeds of the raffle will be donated to North Country Life Flight, a free, not-for-profit critical care air rescue service serving the Adirondacks.

The show is held inside the school and will go on rain or shine!!

Support your local and regional artists and find a truly distinctive gift for yourself, friend or family member!

31st Heart of the Park Craft Fair, August 2nd, 2015

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IMG_8977On August 2nd from 10am – 4pm, the annual Heart of the Park Craft Fair will be held at the Mt. Sabattis Pavilion.

With nearly 40 vendors selling a wide variety of hand-crafted goods and art, this event is sure to be a hit. Jewelry, outdoor furniture, clothing, pottery, and fudge are just a few of the items you will be able to purchase from vendors. Vendors include local business owners from right here in Long Lake to vendors who will join us from Syracuse and Plattsburgh and everywhere in between!

Throughout the day Penelope the Clown will be available to entertain the kids while you shop and the Lion’s Club will be serving a delicious BBQ lunch. For dessert or snack grab some kettle corn from North Country Kettle Corn who will be selling some of their sweet treats!
Parking will be available at the pavilion with overflow parking at the lower lot near the tennis court. “The Little Bus” will be available for shuttling those in the lower lot to the event. Admission, as always, is only $1! Don’t miss out on this opportunity for hand crafted goods!

OcktoberPETfest, Long Lake NY Highlight Video

On Saturday, October 8, 2011 the Town of Long Lake and the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts collaborated together for OcktoberPETfest. The event featured a craft fair, a magician, bounce house, a Pet Parade Contest, Pet Agility Course, a Pet Maze and a Punkin’ Chunkin’ Competition.

It was a beautiful fall day and we thank all our vendors and guests for coming out. Special Thanks to the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts for their support and great staff and as always enriching our events! Always remember to support your Arts Center so we can keep bringing you great events all year long.

Thank you to our vendors, the Long Lake Artisan’s Cooperative, The Long Lake Lions Club, Flavor, Cybercreek Cafe for providing us with the great yummy food.

Most of all thank you to our Punkin’ Catapult Builders. Brittney Olbert & Trevor with Tamarack Attacks – the ultimate Winners plus The Dominator built by Chris Howe, Thom Ross, Nick Luxford and Jimmy Waite’s “Puppies Love to Fly” (I’ll fact check back at the office) No animals were hurt in the Pet Parade or the Punkin Chunkin Competition!

Click here to watch a highlight video featuring “It’s Not the Fall That Hurts” by The Caesars.

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