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Annual Victorian Holiday Celebration, Altamont NY (Albany Co.)

The event has already taken a place at this date: 
12/13/2015
Time: 
12-5 pm
Price: 
Free, except $10 for Victorian House Tours, ages 11-Adult.

Ages

All Ages

Location:

Altamont, Village of (Albany Co. NY)
115 Main St. PO Box 643
Altamont, NY, 12009
United States

Phone:

(518) 861-8554
Contact name: 
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Email address: 
Annual Victorian Holiday Celebration with House Tours, Village Stroll, Festival of Trees, Living Nativity, Arrival of the Holiday Train
 

HOLIDAY HOUSE TOURS
Tickets on sale from 12:00 to 3:15pm at the Masonic Hall.
• Adults: $10 Children age 10 and under free.
• Travel in a free trolley to visit village Victorians and new homes in the Bozenkill addition.

The Masonic Hall
138 Maple Avenue 12-4:30pm
• Vote for your favorite decorations in the Festival of Trees
• Silent Decorated Wreath auction- winners announced at 3:30
• Children’s gingerbread houses on display

Altamont Reformed Church
129 Lincoln Ave. 4:15pm
• Living Nativity

St. John’s Lutheran Church
140 Maple Ave. 12:30-5:00pm
• Holiday Treasure Hunt starting point for kids ages 3-7. Collect prizes by following “clues” to village locations
• Mrs. Red Shoes crafts
• Mac N Tosh the Clown balloons and temporary tattoos
• Face painting, games, and food
• Church of St. Vincent de Paul Choir

Orsini Park
Gazebo 12:00-5pm
• Animals to pet from Victoria Acres
• Holiday themed PhotoOp
• Five Rivers Environmental Education Center
• Boy Scouts’ bonfires
• Hay Rides- $3, kids under 3 FREE
• Gratitude Wreath: Who or what are you grateful for in this holiday season?

Don’t Miss the Santa Train!
Orsini Park 5:00pm
• Holiday tree lighting
• Santa arrives on the Holiday Train

Altamont Enterprise
120 Maple Avenue 12-5pm
• Classical guitar music and tours of new facility

Agway
106 Prospect Terrace 12-5pm
• Dog and Cat Holiday Costume Contest 12:00 for Dogs/1:00 for Cats
Prizes for all!
Pet Photos with Santa from 11-2pm

Altamont Free Library
179 Main Street 12-5pm

• Heather’s cards and framed pictures
• Book signing and raffle basket for Traitor Knight by Keith W. Willis. This swashbuckling tale in the tradition of The Princess Bride, combines traditional fantasy, rollicking adventure, and twisty intrigue with a large helping of romance and a dollop of wit. Lies...Betrayal...Deception... and that’s just the good guys!
• Holiday Storytelling and book signing How I Came to Dowagiac—
Memories of an Orphan Train Rider
In 1854 ten-year-old Elsie Dowdel finds herself living on the streets of New York City. She is befriended by a young orphan girl with whom she had shared food. The girls are taken in by the Children’s Aid Society and started on an adventure that will take them to another state, another way of life and, perhaps, a new family.
• Quilt raffle

Altamont Village Hall
115 Main Street 12-5pm
• Kids’s Hula Hoop Contest at 1:00 and 3:00 in Community Room
• Fire Department Open House-1921 Antique Fire Truck, PhotOp, Safety Brochures, Hot cider
• The Archives and Museum. See the collections that contain 125 years of Village history and events. Current show: Remembrance: Selected Stained Glass Windows of Altamont

Hungerford Market
106 Maple Avenue 7-4pm
• Story Time with Santa 11-12pm. Listen to stories with Santa while enjoying free hot cocoa & cookies
• Outdoor Fire Pit & free mulled cider
• Coloring Contest. Coloring sheets available Dec. 1. Winners receive a $10 Toys R Us Gift Card for each age group! Ages 4-6 & Ages 7-9

Spinning Room
190 Main Street 12-5pm
• Ukulele music with Kurt Siegel
• Knitted items for sale

Mio Vino
186 Main Street
Wine tasting 1-3pm
Bar open all day

Altamont Corners
187 Main Street
Holiday decorations, music and food

Home Front Café:
192 Main Street 2-7pm
• Enjoy the 1940’s Decoration
• Experience our baked goods. Bill • Holden is a Master Baker and is known for his famous Cheesecake. Try Amanda Miller’s amazing scones, pastries and pies. Hot beverages on the house!
• Please make a donation to the Leatherstocking Honor Flight. “We fly our heroes to Washington, DC to experience & reflect together at the memorials”

WINTERMARKET
Holiday shopping from 12-5 pm

Re-Nue Spa: 119 Maple Avenue
• NiniBeads- Glass Beads, Jewelry and more
• Justabout Fudge
• Stained Glass artwork
• Alpaca hats, gloves and more
• Pampered Chef-kitchenware
• TooCoolBeads
• J. Wyatt Spencer Memorial Scholarship Fund. Logo T-shirts and wristbands for sale to support the fund
* Free Therapeutic Touch Session- energy used to promote balance and well being
* My Mom's Cake Pops

182 Main Street: Next to Mio Vino
• Farmshare Studio- Giclee prints and cards
• This Lady’s Got Glass- Glass art
• Ulstersoaps
• Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy
• The Creative Candle
• CeCe’s Wool- pet supplies
• Peyster Street Designs- Jewelry
• Tru Fit Custom Clubs- Golf Club fitting and Repairs
• Smyth/Cid Pottery
• JNB Specialty Foods-salsa’s & more
• Herbal Turtle Teas
• Ida’s Crafts

Altamont Antiques: 135 Maple Ave.
• Desolation Road Studio cards & prints
• The Helderberg Blacksmith.
Ornamental ironwork
• Chi’s scarves, hats, gloves and more

Altamont Legion: 988 Altamont Blvd. near Stewart’s
• Green Wolf Brewing Co. Artisan Beer
• Wash Green and Clean. All-natural eco-friendly laundry and cleaning products. Essential oils
• D&W Farm & Animal Rescue-Body care products- proceeds support rescue
• Crystal’s Custom Crafts
• Mountain Winds Farm maple products
• Andrea's Craftastic Creations
• Handbag Heaven and more
• Fair Trade Jewelry created by Heartsound Uganda
• PMD Designs. Custom gifts, jewelry, and fine woodworking
• Crocheted Gifts By Diane
• Free chili, soup, baked goods!

Severson Insurance: 104 Maple Ave. near Hungerford Market
• Honey Hollow Brewery. Artisan Beer
• Angry Monkey BBQ Sauce
• Roosevelt Grooming Company. Men’s Grooming products

Altamont Community Room:
Village Hall/Fire Department.
115 Main Street
• Curly One Jewelry Designs by Beth
• Angelwood Gifts
• Norray’s Honey
• Bacon Handmade Neckwear
• Our Daily Eats
• Dougside Syndicate
• DogGone Stylish-collars, leashes
• Hoops by Jem- Hoola Hoop sales and kids contest at 1 & 3
• upstateNYphotography
• Claudia’s Beaded Jewelry
• Kelly’s English Toffee
* Bella Fleur


THANKS!
To our wonderful sponsors:
• Altamont Country Values
• First National Bank of Scotia
• Fredendall Funeral Home
• Key Bank
• SEFCU
• SMS Lines
• Stewarts
Altamont Community Tradition (A.C.T.) presents VICTORIAN HOLIDAY CELEBRATION & WINTERMARKET
December 13, 2015
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