Approximately 120 local businesses exhibit products and services, from garage doors to home financing to furnishings.
Here is the exhibitor list as of January 29, 2016.Read More
The support of our sponsoring businesses is invaluable in helping the Saratoga Springs Rotary Club give back to the community. The sponsors’ donations to the show give a significant boost to the show’s proceeds, which are invested by the Rotary Club into community organizations, youth scholarships, and humanitarian aid.
The Rotary Club greatly appreciates this demonstration of community spirit, and we thank the show’s sponsors for their generosity.
- The Adirondack Trust Company (major sponsor)
- Allerdice ACE Hardware (door prize sponsor)
- Granite & Marble Works (supporting sponsor)
- Mannix Marketing (media sponsor)
- The Saratogian (advertising sponsor)
- Saratoga Today (magazine sponsor)
- Edward Jones (hospitality sponsor)
Any business or individual interested in sponsoring the show in the future should email firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Art & Fine Crafts Show: 20+ Exhibits on Second Floor
Back by popular demand, the Home and Lifestyle Art Show will once again take over the top floor of the City Center for the entire weekend. After you’ve talked with designers and home improvement specialists downstairs, stop by the upstairs booths to shop for paintings, ceramics, fiber art, woodworking, photography and mixed media. There will also be attractive handcrafted jewelry, homemade soaps and custom flower and plant arrangements. Taste a sample of wine and spirits and bring home a bottle or two of their fine-crafted flavors.
Don’t miss the Saratoga Springs High School Art display featuring the talents of local high school art students. Saratoga Arts will be awarding the “Best in Show” high school student with a fee one-year membership. Start putting your new home and lifestyle design plans in motion!
Ceramics & Sculpture
Fibers & Textiles
Sadie’s Suitcase (Kathy Stancampiano)
Floral Design & Plant Arrangements
Patty’s Petals (Patricia Caruso)
Revibe (Kristi Carrara)
Cobble Hill Farm Apothecary (John Ducharme)
Saratoga Jewels (Julie Leininger)
Saratoga Rocks (Vickie Rehberg)
Thistledown Studio, mixed media (Nan Wilson)
Tom Tracey (mixed media)
CLP Design Studio (Betsy Seplowitz)
Ladybug Hollow Photography
Saratoga Note Cards (GJ Bradley)
Through My Lens (Dennis Donohue)
Wine & Spirits
Caledonia Spirits (Hallie Picard)
Hillrock Distillery (Lauren Casey)
Lakeland Winery (Andrew Watkins)
ABC Woodworking (Al Caruso)
Against the Grain Woodwork (Ray Faiola)
Kerr Chainsaw Carving (Josh Kerr)
Beautiful landscaping exhibits are a main attraction at the show. Local nurseries bring in breathtaking displays, sure to chase away the end-of-the-winter blues and inspire spring gardening projects and landscaping upgrades.Read More
Whether you want a hot tub, a gourmet outdoor grill, or a home entertainment system, you’ll find services and products to fit your lifestyle at the show.Read More
The Saratoga Springs Rotary Club donates the show’s proceeds to local organizations, youth scholarships, and humanitarian aid. In addition to an annual Major Gift to a local non-profit organization, the Club makes smaller donations to a wide range of local organizations supporting youth recreation and education, food pantries and organizations that serve those in financial need, historical sites, and cultural activities.
As part of the Club’s continued dedication to helping local students pursue higher education, it now provides over $40,000 annually in scholarships to high school seniors who go on to pursue diverse studies. This work is done in conjunction with the Saratoga Springs Rotary Education Foundation, which raises funds for scholarship purposes.
The Saratoga Springs Rotary Club also assists from time to time with disaster relief efforts, reflecting its belief of being involved global citizens. It also supports the efforts of Rotary International, and in particular Rotary’s effort to eradicate polio.Read More