Walpole Artisans Tour – 11/23-25/18

The 16th Annual Walpole Artisans Tour is a great way to find locally handmade gifts for that special someone, or even for yourself. Held Thanksgiving weekend, Friday, November 23 through Sunday, November 25, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and housed at four locations, the tour features original juried artwork, fine crafts, and other unique items created by 25 artisans from the region..

Perfect for the gift-giving season, items for sale represent a wide variety of mediums, including wool and silk scarves, hand-forged jewelry, blown-glass vases and paperweights, cloth and leather handbags, wood and leather candle holders, wooden bowls and pens, etched-glass stemware and mugs, metal garden sculptures, all-natural skin care products, wooden harps, original paintings, holiday ornaments, and note cards.  Also meet the artisans and talk about their process or their goals.

We hope you will visit us at all four locations:

▪ The Walpole Artisans gift shop at 52 Main Street, Walpole, N.H.

▪ The Walpole Town Hall, 34 Elm Street, Walpole, N.H.

▪ Sherwin Art Glass, 33 Bridge Street, Bellows Falls, VT

▪ Walpole Mountain View Winery at Barnett Hill Vineyard, 114 Barnett Hill Road, Walpole, N.H.

For more information and a tour brochure, stop by the Walpole Artisans Shop at 52 Main Street, call 603.756.3020, email walpoleartisans@myfairpoint.net (new email address), or visit our website, www.walpoleartisans.org.

Please feel free to forward this email and to invite your family and friends to come along!

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