Outdoor booths and indoor stands in mammoth tents will display jewelry, stylish clothing, leather, glassware, ceramics, woodwork, scenic photography, sculpture, handcrafted furniture, quilts, prints and paintings.
Local artists exhibiting at the show include
- Ardsley. Susan Ullman – Paper
- Buchanan. Margaret Lent – Wearable Fiber
- Bedford. Lynn Pullman – Wearable Fiber
- Carmel. Loretta Lam – Non-Metal Jewelry
- Cortlandt Manor. Susan Obrant – Wearable Fiber
- Cortlandt Manor. Soli Pierce – Wood
- Katonah. Suzanne Schwartz – Metal Jewelry
- Mamaroneck. Libby Denenberg – Mixed Media
- Ossining. Loren Maron – Clay
- Peekskill. Kevin Burnett – Painting, Drawing, Printmaking
- Pleasantville. Andrew Lerman – Photography
- Port Chester. Brian Toohey – Leather Belts with Metal Buckles
- Scarsdale. Elena Rosenberg – Wearable Fiber
- White Plains. Deborah Bohren – Photography
- Yonkers. Arny Weinstein – Kaleidoscopes
- Yonkers. Jacqueline Johnson – Non-Metal Jewelry
New specialty food vendors include: Pika’s Farm Table serving Liege Wafels; Sweet Muse offering fudge brownies 12 different ways; and Sabrosa Salt Company, a maker of finishing salts.
Tribe Hills, a nonprofit, collaborative music organization, will entertain with a bevy of live music performers on stage from noon to 4 p.m. on Friday and Sunday, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. The selections will include folk, blues, country, rock and more. Both original pieces written by some of the artists and popular songs will be played. Seating will be available.
Musical performance times
Friday, September 20, 2013
- 12. John Banrock and Michael Pennachio
- 12:40. MbiraNYC
- 1:20. Tim “Lonely Leaves” Feeney
- 2:00. James Durst
- 2:40. Pat LaManna & Rick Ahneman
- 3:20. Peter Calo
- 11:00. Rob McMahon
- 11:40. Phil Dollard
- 12:20. Lisa Jane Lipkin & Jay Hitt
- 1:00. Larry Kolker w/Sticks Levine
- 1:40. Judy Kass
- 2:20. Mike Rock
- 3:00. Di Morgan
- 3:40. Steve Kaplan & Shirl Lawrence (Great Blue)
- 4:20. Group Hootenanny: Singalong & Chorus Songs
- 12:00. “Nyack” Tom Cardullo & Scoot Horton
- 12:40. 3 Wheel Drive
- 1:20. Some South County
- 2:00. Alex Smith
- 2:40. Arlon Bennett
- 3:20. Honor Finnegan
The show is managed by Artrider Productions, formed in 1983 to run crafts shows at Lyndhurst and elsewhere by Stacey Jarit and her husband and co-director Jeff Sobel, formerly a town planner for the Village of Tarrytown.
The show goes on rain or shine. It opens each day at 10 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m. on Friday and Sunday and at 6 p.m. on Saturday. The admission costs are $10 per adult, $9 for seniors and $4 for children 6 to 16. Dogs are not permitted. Parking is free at nearby parking areas with frequent free shuttle-bus service.
Tribes Hill, Hammond House, 111 Grasslands Road, Valhalla, NY 10595, 914-564-9212, www.tribeshill.com
Artrider Productions, P.O. Box 28, Woodstock, New York 12498, www.artrider.com, 845-331-7900.
Artrider and The National Trust for Historic Preservation hold a similar spring-time show at Lyndhurst. The dates for this event are May 2 to May 4, 2014. The fall 2014 crafts show is planned for September 12-14.
Lyndhurst, 635 S. Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591. 914-631-4481. www.lyndhurst.org.