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 email@example.com.
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)
Learn about the Saratoga Home & Lifestyle Show through these videos that highlight the exhibits and activities that make this show a popular community event.
Space is still available for artists and artisans wishing to participate in the art show portion of the Saratoga Home & Lifestyle Show at the Saratoga Springs City Center, Friday, March 3 through Sunday, March 5. The art show will feature painters, photographers, sculptors, glassblowers, woodworkers, jewelers and more.
The Saratoga Springs Rotary Club has reserved the entire second floor of the City Center for its 2017 art show. More than 5,000 square feet will be devoted to artists and art-related vendors. Original works of art are encouraged. All sales are the responsibility of the artist or vendor; Saratoga Springs Rotary Club requires no commissions. Rotary will also allocate limited space for wine and spirits vendors.
Each year thousands of people attend the Saratoga Home & Lifestyle Show, and that means great exposure for exhibiting artists and artisans. Prizes and giveaways will ensure a steady flow of traffic throughout the 28 art show booths.
Available booth sizes are 10 x 7, 10 x 8 and 10 X 10 feet. The booth fee covers all three days of the show and ranges from $170 to $215 if paid by January 2. (Artists may team up to share a single booth, but the booth must be registered under one name.) The artist, vendor or a representative must be present at the booth throughout the show. To learn more, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, leave a message at (518) 932-1367 or visit RotaryHomeShow.com.
On the first floor, the Home & Lifestyle Show will host more than 100 vendors for home improvement, outdoor living and landscaping, family recreation and other lifestyle products and services. These booths go on sale in December. Interested vendors may email email@example.com to add their names to the notification list.
The proceeds of all booth rentals help the Saratoga Springs Rotary Club continue its financial support of community organizations, youth scholarships and humanitarian aid.
The Saratoga Home & Lifestyle Show, an annual community event organized by the Saratoga Springs Rotary Club, will take place March 3-5, 2017, at the Saratoga Springs City Center.
The show will feature approximately 120 exhibitors throughout the first floor of the Saratoga Springs City Center, with a wide range of home improvement, outdoor living and landscaping, family recreation, and lifestyle products and services, as well as great prizes. Attendees have the chance to win several types of prizes, including hourly door prizes, and a grand prize.
Returning after its successful 2016 debut will be the Fine Art & Crafts Show on the second floor of the City Center, featuring area artists.
The preliminary schedule for the show at the City Center is Friday, March 3 from 5-9 p.m.; Saturday, March 4 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Sunday, March 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission to the show is free.
In addition to exhibits, the show typically features special events and activities, such as cooking demonstrations and kids activities.
Show Funds Rotary’s Donations to Community, Scholarships, and Global Aid
The Rotary Club expects to raise close to $100,000 from the event, with proceeds being distributed to community organizations, youth scholarships, and international humanitarian projects. Since the original show was held in 1973 at the Saratoga Armory, the Show has made possible the significant financial gifts of the Rotary Club, as well as strengthening the community spirit of Saratoga.
In addition to an annual Major Gift to a local non-profit organization, the Club makes smaller donations each year to a wide range of local organizations focused on youth recreation and education, provision of services and food to those in need, historical sites, and cultural activities.
As part of the Club’s continued dedication to helping local students pursue higher education, it now provides $50,000 annually in scholarships to high school seniors. 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.
Membership in the Saratoga Springs Rotary Club (www.saratogaspringsrotary.org) offers an excellent opportunity for Saratoga area businesses and individuals to make a positive impact in the community and the world. Members of the Club meet every Wednesday from 12:15 to 1:15 at Longfellows Restaurant for fellowship, lunch, and an informational program.
Any home and lifestyle-related business interested in exhibiting at the 2017 Show (March 3-5) is invited to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
In early autumn 2016, past exhibitors will be invited to renew their booth space. In December, the Rotary Club will reach out to new prospective exhibitors to fill any available booths.
Back by popular demand in 2017, after its successful 2016 debut, the Rotary Club will host a Fine Art & Crafts Show on the second floor of the City Center, concurrent with the Home & Lifestyle Show. Any artist interested in exhibiting should contact email@example.com.