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Adirondack Living & Rustic Shows

Attention all you Northeast log homers…

Two interesting events will be held in your area in the next few weeks that you’ll probably want to know about.  One of the most enjoyable things about living in a log home is the challenge of decorating and furnishing it the way we envision our perfect home.  Discovering quality rustic furniture and accent pieces is an ongoing adventure, and it is seldom that we find hundreds of artists and craftsmen gathered together in one place… make that two places.  There are two big events scheduled for upstate New York and here’s the details…

2008 St. Lawrence River Rustic Show will take place in Alexandria Bay, NY on August 1st. through the 3rd.  Attending this show will be an army of artists and craftsmen that produce some of the most unique and appealing rustic decor items you will find anywhere.  Visit their website for details and to see what you can expect to find at the show.  For additional information, call (315) 628-5868 or go to: www.stlawrenceriverrusticshow.com

The Adirondack Living Show™is a 3 day celebration of camps, Adirondack art, and rustic living. This annual edition of the show will be held in Queensbury, New York at the new Adirondack Sports Complex, August 15th. through the 17th. A One-Stop-Shop for thousands of products and services, the Adirondack Living Show has already earned it’s place as the largest and most revered event of it’s type in the country.  The typical home show/outdoor living/rustic furnishing show will be enhanced through the innovative combination of exhibits, hand on demos and thousands of products and services indigenous to Adirondack Living.

1 comment to Adirondack Living & Rustic Shows

  • Are you updating this blog to reflect the dates in 2009? i.e. April 24-26, 2009 & August 7-9, 2009. Also your reference to the Alex Bay show is completely misleading. It is very small, poorly produced, poorly attended by both vendors and consumers and is not worth publishing

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