Event at Skaneateles Artisans
GRAND OPENING! Skaneateles Artisans July 19, 2007 5:00pm – 9:00 pm Please join us as we celebrate our Grand Opening.
Date: July 19, 2007
Location: 11 Fennell St.
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Date/Time Details: July 19, 2007 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Picture this: A charming turn-of-the-last-century Village by the Lake. One of the Finger Lakes in Central New York that is.
Trouble is, how do you pronounce it? It all started before the American Revolution when the local Iroqious Indians labeled our crystal blue waters “Long, Beautiful Lake” which in Indaian parlance was “Skaneateles”.
Walking around the Village you will likely hear Skinny Atlas. Indeed, many local business websites but that in print. We think that’s because five syllables is a lot for any word, especially after a couple of beers. However, if you ask the “Old Timers”,or the Mayor, or anyone at the Historical Society; you will hear Skan-ee-at-e-les.
Still in doubt? This is a link to Merriam Webster On Line dictionary, where they have an audio pronunciation link. Try it out. Then come and enjoy the “StoryBook Village” and say it any way you want. Enjoy!
Sterling Renaissance Festival (Weekends only July – Mid August)
15385 Farden Road
Sterling, NY 13156
Experience an authentic Elizabethan festival in 16th-century Warwick, England. The professional theater company combines with arts and crafts, jousting, games and refreshments in an entertaining atmosphere set in a shady forest. Weekends only July – August.
New Hope Mills Inc.
5983 Glen Haven Rd., off Rt. 41A
Moravia, NY 13118
This water-powered gristmill has been operating since 1823. The mill offers a country store featuring New Hope Mills pancake mixes. Country store open year-round, Monday-Saturday, guided mill tours by appointment. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit New Hope Mills second retail location at 181 York Street in Auburn.