Friday-Sunday, November 25, 26, and 27, 10:00am-4:00pm
Saturday and Sunday, December 3-4, 10:00am-4:00pm
Holiday gift shoppers and art lovers “go local” at this high-end curated sale that features jewelry, quilts, band boxes, cards, children’s toys, bread boards, baskets, scarves, hand-knit socks, ceramics, handmade books and papers, tin sconces, scherenschnitte (cut paper art), holiday ornaments, including over-the-top decorated wreaths, and delectable edibles made by dozens of Columbia, Ulster, and Berkshire area artisans. Admission is free.
“Handmade Holiday is going to be bigger and better than ever,” said Vivian Wachsberger, chair of the Handmade Holiday Committee. “We have 53 vendors this year—almost half of whom are new. Shoppers will discover hundreds of unique and gorgeous craft and gift items, with prices to suit every budget.”
This year’s Handmade Holiday participants include Erika Adams, Andrea Angerame, Sue Anderson, Amanda Bagnato, Lisa Bouchard, Michael Boyer, Christina Byron-Steen, Beth Carlisle, Kay Castelle, Felicita Chipak, Maria Crespo, Frances Culley, Pamela Dalton, Mary Anne Davis, Victoria diNardo, Brigid Dorsey, Joe Duclos, Bina Evan, Randy Ezinga, Walter Fleming, Joyce Flower, David Foley, Ulrike Grannis, Jerry Grant, Patricia Gravett, Liz Hamann, Ali Hermann, Douglas and Kim Houska, Tony Jannetti, Kris Kanter, Lisbeth Karlsson, Erin Kelly-Dill, Sharon Koomler, Melody Lea Lamb, Bill Morency, Donna and Ed Mullet, Clarke Olsen, Sarah Omura, Alicia Peck, Fritz Platt, Elizabeth Post, Howard Reznikoff, Barbara Rosenthal, Pat Rotondo, Seema Sudan, Lucy Swope, Prudence Theriault, Sabrina Tranchita, Vivian Wachsberger, Fahari Wambura, and Margaret White.