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Country Christmas Tour has a lot

Saturday, May 25, 2013 - Updated: 1:55 PM

Dear Cris,

The Country Christmas Tour Committee has been making plans for the annual event held Thanksgiving Weekend throughout the hamlets of Indian Lake, Blue Mt. Lake and Sabael. We are now celebrating our 16th year of the tour.

The CCT is a self-guided event featuring artisans, crafters and organizations that make and offer for sale a variety of gift items from numerous locations and homes throughout the area. They have adopted the theme "Made in the Adirondacks" for their wares.

Merchandise includes birch bark / twig pieces, Adirondack furniture, balsam items, decorated holiday arrangements and wreaths, decorations, Tole and decorative painted items, quilts, throws, table runners, hand spun yarn and knitted and crocheted items from local alpacas, handmade jewelry, toys and so much more, lovingly made for special gift giving or personal enjoyment.

Along with the artisans and crafters there are local businesses featuring Adirondack themed items and home-based businesses selling makeup, candles, etc. joining the tour this year for a well-rounded offering this holiday season.

As in the past we are also working on a children's workshop, house tours, demonstrations, entertainment and more for you to enjoy the whole weekend and to give you inspiration to begin your holiday. Mark your calendars now for Nov. 29 and 30 and come join us.

You can find Indian Lake Country Christmas Tour on Facebook. For further information about the Country Christmas Tour please call Annelies Taylor at (518) 352-1962. Artisans and crafters are wanted.

Annelies Taylor

Blue Mt. Lake


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