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Adirondack Antique and Craft Shows

June 2nd, 2006 · 5 Comments · News

Almost Every Weekend:
Crafts and Antiques Shows

Crafts and antiques shows are ubiquitous in the Adirondacks during the summer and fall seasons. Here is a brief sampling:

  • Both crafts and antiques will be sold in Ives Park on Saturday, July 8th, as part of the Potsdam Summer Festival.
  • An Arts and Crafts Festival takes place in Warrensburg, July 8th and 9th.
  • The 54th Annual Antiques and Collectibles Show and Sale is slated for July 27th through 29th at the Saranac Lake Civic Center.
  • The Hague Annual Arts and Crafts Fair, August 5th and 6th, features Adirondack-made items. At the Hague Community Center.
  • Crafts and art from Northen New York’s varied ethnic traditions will be highlighted at the Festival of North Country Folklife, August 12th at Robert Moses State Park, Massena.
  • The Mt. Arab Masonic Flea Market and Craft Fair will host 300 vendors August 17th through 20th at the Municipal Park in Tupper Lake
  • The Adirondack Antique Show – the show that outgrew its original home at the Adirondack Museum – is slated for September 16th in Byron Park, Indian Lake.

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5 Comments so far ↓

  • Collectibles

    I am always on the lookout for antiques for my house. Garage sales seem to be the best place to find them at a reasonable price.

  • Barbara Bailey

    I am trying to locate a young basketmaker that was working and exhibiting at the 2007 annual Adirondack antique show. He was a young man and I believe for the New York area. I have regretted the fact that I did not buy and basket handbag that was for sale. If you can help me locate him I would greatly appreciate your trouble. Looking forward to the 2008 show. Barbara Bailey Miami, FL

  • TourPro

    Try contacting the show organizers?

  • George A Mingle

    I’m interested in particpating in the Adirondack Antique Show in Byron Park, Indian Lake on Sept. 16, 2009. Can I get any information on this show and who to contact? Thank you.

  • TourPro


    Contact Hamilton County Tourism, ask for Dean. He’s the “Tourism King” down there.

    His number is at the bottom of the page.

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