9:00 am Flower walk with Liz Take a walk thru public and private flower gardens. Take your camera along to get some optimal flower photos. FREE- Starts at the Hadley-Luzerne Public Library.
9:00-4:00 The Plant Lady invites you to come tour her gardens full of unusual and unique plants and shrubs. Some are available for purchase. (287 Lake Ave)
9:00-4:00 Mathew Watkins invites you to view his gardens. He has all kinds of flowers, vegetables, shrubs, grasses and even a water feature! (26 Traver St)
10:00-4:00 Wander through the Lamplight Inn's Perennial Garden. Also please notice the beautiful display of flowers along their porch!
Rockwell St Hadley - Several plantings in Circular Street Park
11:00 am - 12:00 - Animal Education Program with Bernie. Come to the library and get up close to an animal of New York's past, a real live Canada Lynx. The Canada Lynx was once abundant in the state and has now since disappeared to an occasional sighting. Bernie will give information about it's history and biology. Bernie will also be bringing Burt the Parrot, Muffin the Chinchilla & a Hedgehog, along with specimens of animals found in the Adirondack area - like bobcat, red fox, grey fox, ermine, mink. There will be time for touching some of the animals.
1:00 pm - Belly Dancing in the Library - Kachina and Dhanita are a belly dance duet with foundations in both tribal and folkloric styles of dance. They bring this to you in the form of a brief performance to showcase the fluidity and grace of this style of dance, which will then be followed by a one hour class in the basics so that you, too, can begin to learn the movements. This class is open to all ages. People of all shapes and sizes are encouraged to attend, because belly dance is about how you feel, not how you look! We’re looking to have a lot of fun, and we hope you’ll come join us!
All Day - Visit our vendors listed below puchase gifts, plants and stop for a bite!
All Day Take your pictures with various flower displays! FREE- Bring your camera.
Visit The Kinnear Museum of Local History - FREE-donations accepted.
Visit The Gailey Hill School - This one-room school house served grades 1-6 from 1865 to 1937.
Visit the Pulp Mill - This was the first mill in the United States using American-made machinery. It still stands with some of the original machinery, and was opened as a public museum on July 4, 1962.
Visit Bow Bridge - Provides spectacular views of the Sacandaga River in Hadley. This restored bridge represents one of the last of its kind in the country.
Adirondack Aromatherapy the North Country's Premiere Suppliers of Aromatherapy Products and Services.
Adirondack Attitudes - Rustic Furniture
C & D Feldt - Woodcrafts with and Adirondack Theme
Gail LaBoissiere - American Girl Doll Clothes, Sports Bears & Pillows, Catnip Mats.
Handcrafts by Jackie - Handmade patchwork & machine appliquéd fabric items.
Judith McCampbell - Ceramics, crochet towels, aprons, some jewelry.
Ken Raisner - Hand-carved, painted, life size songbirds of the Adirondacks.
Leaves by Jenney - 2 sizes of hand made Leaf shaped waterfalls & stepping stones.
Mary Jane Ulrich - Knit & crochet things for kids.
Second Hand Productions - Jewelry made from recycled pocket & wrist watches.
The Holy Mother and Child Parish will be selling fresh fruit bouquets and scrumptious baked goods.
Winefred Martin Demonstration how to make paper beads. Jewelry & Stained Glass Stepping Stones.
Nottingham Hollow Specialty Foods - Specialty foods including fudge, toffee, brittle, and roasted nuts.
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