Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Gift Fair @ Albany Institute of History & Art - November 25, 26, 27, 2011

I will have a table at the Gift Fair for all three days, along with my mother who will be joining me for two of the days (Friday and Saturday) selling her homemade jam, jellies, watermelon rind pickles and relish. We will be on the third floor of the museum sharing a table. There are elevators in the building to help you get to the third floor.

Please stop by and visit the artists who are participating in the Gift Fair.

Gift Fair @ Albany Institute of History & Art
Location of Museum
125 Washington Avenue
Albany NY 12210

ABOUT THE EVENT (taken info from their website and email from the Museum)
The Albany Institute of History & Art is happy to once again host the Free Thanksgiving Weekend in conjunction with the Gift Fair- three full days of holiday fun for the entire family, all free of charge.
Sponsorship has been generously provided by M&T Bank. The annual Albany Institute Gift Fair showcases the work of more than 50 vendors who will be set up throughout the museum, selling beautiful and distinctive gifts by local jewelers, craftspeople, and  artists. The general public will be able to shop at the Gift Fair from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm throughout Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
In addition to complimentary admission, Free Thanksgiving Weekend will feature several family friendly activities, including LEGO Also taking place will be Play for All sessions, incorporating the 16 interactive toy stations that are part of our newest exhibition, Berkshire Museum, this exhibition celebrates the world of toys from the 1950s to the 1970s, allowing adults to relive their childhood while sharing their experiences with their children.
With free admission all weekend long in our galleries, individuals and families can see a number of great exhibitions on display in addition to Washington United States. In the Entry Gallery will be ® building competitions and demonstrations in the Key Cultural Center. Kid Stuff: Great Toys from Our Childhood. Developed by the region’s own Kid Stuff.  First in the Hearts of Our Countrymen: George which will feature a wide area of paraphernalia pertaining to the first president of the Albany and the Civil War: On the Home and Battle Fronts, which takes a look at Albany’s participation in the Civil War as it relates to medicine.

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