Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce announces townwide tag sale:
The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce is coordinating a Town-Wide Tag Sale on Saturday, October 5, 2013. The town-wide tag sale will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with more than 80 homeowners and businesses participating.
The sale, which will include all of Philipstown, Putnam County, will feature tag sales in the towns and villages of Cold Spring, Garrison, and Nelsonville. Come for the day and look for treasures all over this historic and affluent area.
Maps of registered homes and locations will be given out on October 5 at the following locations:
*Vera’s Farm Market, 3091 Route 9, Cold Spring;
*Carla Goldberg Studios, 63 Pine Street, Nelsonville;
*Garrison Café, 1135 Route 9D, Garrison;
*Chamber of Commerce Information Booth, foot of Main Street, Cold Spring.
Maps will also be able to be viewed and printed on the chamber’s website and Facebook page.
Call Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce 845-265-3200 or visit coldspringareachamber.org <http://coldspringareachamber.org/>
for more information. The map of all the vendors will be available on Friday, Oct. 4 on the Chamber’s Facebook page and on the
website. The rain date for the event will be Sunday, October 6, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About the Chamber – The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce was incorporated more than 100 years ago and represents small business
owners, non-profit organizations, and professionals in many fields throughout the Town of Philipstown in Putnam County, New York. Our community is situated in the Hudson River Valley just a short 70-minute train ride from Manhattan on Metro-North’s Hudson Line. The Village of Cold Spring and the hamlet of Garrison are timeless Hudson River towns known for their scenic beauty and quaint, rural charm.
The Chamber actively promotes the Cold Spring and Garrison area as both a tourist destination and a thriving community in which to live and work. We sponsor events throughout the year, provide opportunities for local businesses to network and learn from one another, and engage in many projects and activities designed to make the community a better place.