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Heart of the Park Craft Fair is always the first Sunday in August

Heart of the Park Craft Fair

On August 5th 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 Long Lake to vendors who will join us from Syracuse and Plattsburgh and everywhere in between.
 
Products and crafts available in 2018 include: jewelry, body butter, candles, duck decoys, woodcrafts, rustic signage, rustic furniture, silk-screened Adirondack wildlife tee-shirts, maple products, herbal spice blends, watercolor paintings, etched tree fungus, Sid Wards Cutting Boards to benefit Life Flight, wooden bowls, rolling pins, hand thrown pottery and homemade jams, fabric totes and purses, ice cream, Adirondack gifts, hand-painted glassware and quilted items, wood vases, stone jewelry, wine, insulated wine tumblers, birch bark baskets, children’s books, ink and pencil drawings of local scenes, books, Christmas tree skirts, table runners, fleece blankets, diaper bags, burp clothes, wood handled kitchen utensils, framed original art, paddles and more!
 
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.  
 
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 American-made hand crafted goods!

My Sister’s Attic

My Sister’s Attic is a thrift and consignment shop operated by Emily Farr and Kelly Black.   Kelly and Emily have a wide selection of inventory from gently used furniture, including indoor and outdoor, home goods, décor, puzzles, kids toys, clothing including special occasion clothing, summer wear and in a range of sizes.  In addition there are household items from dishes, gifts and collectibles. Emily and Kelly are now in their third summer operating the store and they are always rotating inventory as product moves in and out.  In order to maximize their offerings, they now have a tent to showcase and display more items for sale. Find them on Facebook for up to date information on inventory.  Hours are Thursdays & Fridays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. to -2 p.m  Located at 8572 Newcomb Road. 

Adirondack Fibers and Yarn Shop in Long Lake, NY

Just in time for Adirondack Quilt Camp it’s time to open the window on Adirondack Fibers and Yarn Shop located on Adams Park Way off of Kickerville Road.  Hey, you never know what you’ll discover in Long Lake, NY!  

 

“If you’re anything like me when you have an idea for a project you want to do it RIGHT NOW!! I don’t want to have to wait until the weekend when I can get somewhere that sells the stuff I need, I want to start (and usually finish) it in that moment. Over the winter I picked up crocheting again after a few years hiatus. I had some yarn laying around to make hats out of, I borrowed yarn from friends and eventually had to get out of town to buy more yarn. Little did I know I didn’t even have to leave Long Lake to get material, we have our own yarn and fiber store right here in town! 

 

Adirondack Yarn and Fibers is located on 48A Adams Park Way, just off of Kickerville Rd, and it has IT ALL! You want to crochet? You got it! You want to knit? You got it. You want to weave or even make your own yarn? You can do all of that. 

 

Donna Adams is an avid knitter, crocheter and weaver who not only sells yarn, but made her own yarn (and it’s for sale) from sheep she used to have on her 36 acre farm. Although they no longer keep the animals they used to have she has plenty of wool and yard that she spun and dyed herself. The wool she has for sale is 50% wool from her sheep, 50% alpaca from the former farm in North Creek and 100% Adirondack! It’s very soft and comes in some amazing colors. In addition to these beautiful yarns she sells she makes any number of articles of clothing, one of my favorites is called a chill-chaser, and when time permits teaches all of these skills. 

 

Not to be outdone her husband, Bob Adams is an equally amazing artist. His carpentry skills are top-notch. The table and the beautiful cabinet that are in the yarn and fiber store were made by Bob right there at the farm. Make sure you ask Donna to roll back the protective placemats to see the table, it’s worth a look. In addition to the furniture Bob has made he has also made a lot of the products that Donna sells in the store. There are looms of various sizes for the beginner weaver to the experienced weaver. Knitting and crochet needles, as well as drop spindles that are tole painted by Donna herself, are also hand made by Bob, and can be purchased right there at the store. Everything you need for your next project is available at the store. 

 

I love crocheting and all of the things that go along with it but the thing that will make me want to go back over and over is the greeter, Cosmo. Going to a craft store is awesome enough but add this handsome dogger into the mix and it’s just about perfect! I wouldn’t mind sitting on the porch crocheting the day away with his handsome face! 

 

If you’re looking to stop up to the store her hours are Thursday through Sunday 11am – 4pm in the summer and by appointment in the winter. She also will take orders if you’re just looking for something handmade. You should never have to leave town again to get your craft on!”

 

Fall Fire Fest and Harvest Craft Fair in Long Lake NY

As the mountains turn to fire with the colors of fall let’s celebrate the changing of the seasons with the Fall Fire Festival On October 10th, 12pm – 4pm and Harvest Craft Fair from 10am – 4pm! Find us along Long Lake’s Main Street. Long Lake Town Hall is 1204 Main Street and the Long Lake Central School lawn is right across the street. Parking available at the Long Lake Town Hall and Long Lake Central School.

The Harvest Craft Fair boasts a number of gifted and creative artisans bringing you American Made products. Look for Santa’s Attic & Mrs Claus’ Kitchen – herbal & spice blends, soup-bread mixes, assorted cheeses, Rustic Creations – Rustic Furniture, Chipman Woodworks/Gary Pierce – wooden bowls, rolling pins, and cheese boards, Moose River Candle Company selling soy candles, handmade soaps, hiking sticks and keychains, Bob & Linda Jones selling wooden fish & duck decoys, swans, herons, geese & loons, Piece by Piece selling stained glass, suncatchers, night lights, panels 3-D stars, plant stakes, Fauna on Flora selling Etched Tree Fungus, Wesley Jennings selling jewelry made from stones they collected and Creative Creations selling floral arrangements, note card sets, miscelleouns paper crafts, Halloween Crafts, suncathers and wine-glass charms.

The Fall Fire Festival is a free carnival like festival that will begin at noon on the Long Lake Central School Lawn. It’s location is right across from the Long Lake Town Hall (the fire house) so visiting both the craft fair and the Festival is a snap.

Kids will have the chance to earn tickets for prizes by playing games such as pumpkin bowling, pumpkin pop, milk bottle baseball, ladder toss and many more. Activities for adults and kids alike will include games such as ladder ball, corn hole, and horseshoes.

Fall Fire Festival and Harvest Craft Fair on Sat October 10th

Fall Fire Festival and Harvest Craft Fair on Sat October 10th

In additions to the games there will be an obstacle course that kids can race through, a bounce house to jump in, and photo booth to capture the day’s memories! Food and kettle corn will also be available for purchase!

Other activities will include the popular pumpkin seed spitting contest for all ages as well as scarecrow contest. Participants can either build their scarecrow ahead of time or at the festival with materials supplied. Prizes will be awarded for the ‘Most Frightening,’ ‘Most Traditional,’ and ‘Most Humorous’ scarecrows!

Back by popular demand, entertainers CirqOvation! With interactive stilt walking, a living statue, and fire manipulation this dynamic duo are sure to entertain the crowds throughout the day!

While the kids are playing, start your Christmas shopping early! Across the street at the Town Hall local vendors will be selling their handmade American Wares starting at 10am. Enjoy a selection of gifts and crafts. Admission is free.

Fall can be an unpredictable time of year, sometimes cold, sometimes warm. We’re prepared for both! On a cool October day warm up by the large fire pit or grab some warm drinks and food from our food and beverage vendors. If it’s rainy we will have as many of the activities as possible under a large tent.

Long Lake is OPEN! No extra water here!

With the recent onslaught of Hurricane Irene wreaking havoc with our region and the continuation of rains from Hurricane Leigh/Lee (call the fact checkers) – it would certainly seem the Adirondacks are struggling. Long Lake extends a huge branch of “hang in there” to our neighbors in Keene, Keene Valley, all along the Ausable, our friends in Warren County, south of us in Binghamton and Vermont struggling with their clean up and rising waters. Those communities got hit hard by Irene and Long Lake knows the surprise, shock and amount of work it is to rise up after a disaster – check for flooding Long Lake (spring 2011). Hang in there our neighbors, our hearts are with you.

But with news about flooding in our region, so comes rumors and questions. There’s a rampant rumor spreading that an imaginary lock has been put on the imaginary gate into the Adirondack Park. Just to clarify, there are not gates to the Adirondack Park, there are no toll booths and the blue line is a map demarcation and chances are you won’t actually see a blue line when crossing into the park (as far as I know)

Long Lake and Raquette Lake are here and open.

Long Lake Clouds

This weekend presents the 90 Miler Adirondack Canoe Classic sponsored by the Adirondack Watershed Alliance. Over 600 paddlers are registered. The race kicks of on Friday morning, September 9th in Old Forge.

Saturday the event takes off from Endion in Long Lake. Paddlers hit the course at 8:30am. Spectators are welcome to view the race from the Long Lake Town Bridge as they paddle north towards Tupper Lake. It’s a glorious sight to see these paddlers as they wend their way down the widening of the Raquette River. Organizer Brian McDonald anticipates with the volume of water in the lakes and rivers that it will be a record breaking race year.

Best small town moment of the week. Meeting two paddlers from Michigan stopping at the Long Lake Town Beach who saw event organizer Brian McDonnell picking up the big orange buoys (borrowed from the Adirondack Museum) from the Town of Long Lake – if anything this event is collaborative and partners from all across the North Country help out to welcome the paddlers to our region. The couple from Michigan stopped to say hi to Brian and report they had arrived from the west and they were looking forward to the race. We’re thrilled to be part of such a far–reaching event that invites folks from all over the country and the world to our beautiful region.

Also this weekend is the Adirondack Museum Rustic Furniture Fair. Enjoy the museum’s fantastic collection of artifacts and history, and the A.F. Tait exhibit. Step outside to experience a world class event not to be missed. Rustic Furniture makers from across the country descend on Blue Mt. Lake and the Adirondack Museum to showcase their work and sell it to guests. These artisans are exclusively selected and display their handcrafted rustic pieces on the museum campus.

If that’s not enough for you, check out Newcomb’s Teddy Roosevelt Weekend chock full of events galore celebrating the historic ride by Teddy Roosevelt from the heights of Mount Marcy to become President of the United States.

And don’t forget to make Long Lake your central location for dining and lodging. Long Lake is in a great central location to explore the Adirondacks and enjoy these events in area towns. Great restaurants, beautiful views, a lake, hey we even have an airport (okay, a seaplane base) but it’s an airport to us. Have your own seaplane? Fly in, or fly over to see the paddlers on the race to Saranac Lake!

Here comes the plane from the LL Airport

See you in Long Lake this weekend! We’re open in the Heart of the Adirondacks and the weather looks great!

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