On Friday, July 28, you’re invited to Warrensburgh Farmers’ Market to see the best of Adirondack arts, crafts, and treats. This year’s Arts Festival will be held from 3 to 6 p.m., at the Warrensburgh Mills Historic District on River Street, and you won’t want to miss what’s in store!
Not only will you be able to find great carvings, knitting, painting, and jewelry, but you’ll have the unique chance to observe Adirondack Artisans working on their craft!
Learn from experts like Darlene Gregson, who will explain the making of healing soaps and lotions. Or if you’re a literature buff, local author Pat Leonard will show you how she personalizes her books! Artists will enjoy watching Kaena Peterson as she builds a world out of watercolor paint.
In addition, Barry Gregson will be making rustic furniture, Donna Bonura will guide you through designing your own earrings, and Wini Martin will transform pieces of paper into beads right before your eyes!
Delicious food and drinks will also be offered this Friday! Here’s some of what you can find when you come to the Farmers’ Market:
- Craft Beverages
- Fair Trade Coffee
- Maple Products
- Organic Chicken
- Fruits and Vegetables
Enjoy these tastes of the north country while listening to music by Just Brett. You can even take home pet treats and seasonal recipes, or pick up information on local businesses and upcoming events!
For more info and to participate, call or text (518) 466-5497, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guests will have the chance to win two kayaks to benefit the Warrensburgh Historical Society, and $20 in Farmers’ Market Bucks to spend at the Market!