ROUSES POINT, N.Y. — The Village of Rouses Point is proud to host the “Most on the Coast Adirondack Coast Market Day” on Saturday, September 29, from 10a.m.-4p.m. at the Rouses Point Civic Center. The “Most on the Coast” is a diverse showcase of the best crafts that the Adirondack Coast Region has to offer, including handmade crafts, local artists, food vendors, beer and wine tasting, live music and a kids area.
“Our region has a growing population of artisans, growers and crafters that produce high-quality handmade items that are the pride of the Adirondack Coast,” said Steve Peters, Village Administrator.
“It’s a great honor to showcase what the Adirondack Coast Region has to offer, along with the opportunity to welcome visitors from all over the region to this one-of-a-kind event.”
Booth space is available and can be reserved online at www.rousespointny.com . A 10×10 space is available for $35, and $5 extra for electricity. Vendors interested in participating in this event can obtain registration forms at www.rousespointny.com, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or on the Village of Rouses Point’s Facebook page. For questions and more information, please contact Jessica Shields, Village of Rouses Point’s Recreation Facility Manager at email@example.com or (518) 297-5502 x311. Entry fee is $3 per person, children under 12 are free.
“We are proud to host the ‘Most on the Coast’ at the Rouses Point Civic Center,” said Jessica Shields, Recreation Facility Manager. “We encourage any interested vendors and shoppers to put this event on their calendar and join us in Rouses Point.”
Rouses Point is a friendly village on the shores of Lake Champlain in northern New York. The village provides a natural gateway in which to conduct business with an impressive bridge to the east to Vermont, and close proximity to Montreal, Canada. Low taxes and real estate prices offer people a great opportunity to thrive with a small service or retail business. The classical architecture, well-preserved downtown and endless outdoor activity create an ideal environment to work and live.
–Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau
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