The art and craft Holiday Boutique at Deepwells Farms on 25A in St. James, N.Y. will be held on December 1-2. Thirty artisans will be at the decorated 1845 Greek revival style farmhouse featuring hand-crafted gifts, stained glass, jewelry, handmade marionettes, dolls, painted Santas, pottery, floral arrangements, candles, organic soaps, Christmas ornaments, fiber arts, holiday items and more. Enjoy complementary hot cocoa and cookies in the beautifully decorated mansion and get a glimpse into the past while supporting The Deepwells Farm Historical Society.
Deepwells Farm is a stunning mansion, circa. 1845, that is a landmark on western Long Island. Over the decades it has been the home of many significant family names including William J. Gaynor, a mayor of New York City. It is a magnificent example of Greek Revival architecture and is listed on the National Historic Landmark.
Where: Deepwells Farms Historic Site, St. James, N.Y.
When: December 1-2, 2012
Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.