CANTON -- The annual TAUNY Folkstore Holiday Showcase will open to the public Saturday, Nov. 4, and run through the end of December.
This showcase is a temporary expansion of the folkstore, 53 Main St., during the holiday season and features a wide variety of additional merchandise in The TAUNY Center’s first floor gallery space.
The showcase will include new additions to the Folkstore including cutting boards and reclaimed wood benches by Michael LaBell; canoe and cycling mugs by Nan Lazovik; hand-blown glass pens by Steve Harrington; wooden recipe boxes, spoon and fork sets, and beer tasting flights by Eric Smith; recycled fabric postcards by Alice David; and Moose Pops, Pecan Turtles, and Nonpareils from Adirondack Chocolates.
Work by new Folkstore Artists including felted wool booties and bags by Nancy Griffith; wooden cutting boards, trunks, boxes, and bowls by Glenn Sova; recycled fabric bags by Tina Charbonneau; local honey from Snye’s; small decorative pack baskets from Mountain Weavers Guild; mugs and totes by Judith Utter; woven rugs from Rock Bottom Rustic Crafts; and an assortment of chocolates from Lake Shore Candy, will also be featured.
The opening of the TAUNY Folkstore Holiday Showcase kicks off the holiday season at The TAUNY Center which will include seasonal programs, an Adirondack Balsam Wreath sale, a gingerbread workshop on Nov. 11, and the annual Holiday Open House and Sugar & Spice Gingerbread Contest and Display on Dec. 2.