Bring a little piece of the Adirondacks home after a visit to the festival which will feature artisans and makers from throughout the region, offering paintings, furniture, specialty foods, sculptures, clothing, stained glass, and much more.
From the traditional to the contemporary, the local products for sale at the festival are inspired by the natural majesty of the Adirondack wilderness; many are made using techniques passed down across generations. The festival offers a unique and memorable market for all things Adirondack, highlighting the variety of historical and modern processes used by makers and artisans in the North Country today. The entry fee for the festival is included in the price of museum admission. Purchase tickets online here.
2022 Vendor List:
Tom’s Got Wood – Woodworking
Heirlooms/Scandinavian Weave and Knit – Clothing
Spruce Mountain Designs – Jewelry & Accessories
Chipman Woodworks – Woodworking
Northeast Living Lights – Jewelry & Accessories
Lawrence River Decoys – Woodworking
Adirondack Rockware – Ceramics & Pottery
As the Wheel Turns Pottery – Ceramics & Pottery
A Teaspoon of Silver – Jewelry & Accessories
JMG Woodworking – Woodworking
Gristmill Distillers, Inc. – Food & Beverage
Stirring Creations – Bath & Beauty
Tekeni Sun – Woodworking
Rare Earth Body & Soul – Décor & Decorative Arts
Native North American Traveling College – Jewelry & Accessories
The Orebed Sugar Shack – Food & Beverage
Joe’s Woodturning – Woodworking
Tota Ma’s Baskets – Woodworking
Small Feather Empire – Jewelry & Accessories
Good Mind Design – Woodworking
Chrisjohn Arts – Décor & Decorative Arts
Adirondack Winery – Food & Beverage
Snipe Clan Botanicals – Bath & Beauty
Sylvia Vidal Photography – Photography
C&P Photography – Fine Art
The Adirondack Experience is located at 9097 State Route 30 in Blue Mountain Lake, NY.
For more information call 518-352-7311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit https://www.theadkx.org/ to keep tabs on upcoming programs and events.
Photo at top provided by the Adirondack Experience, the Museum on Blue Mountain Lake.
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