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Find Locally Made Products at Mohawk Harvest
Buying local and shopping small businesses are mantras that we say when purchasing much needed and loved items. Why not use it as a fun game when exploring the Mohawk Harvest and Micropolis Art Gallery on 30 N. Main St.?!
A community-owned grocery store in historic Downtown Gloversville, Mohawk Harvest is dedicated to supporting local farmers and producers, and recently became a sponsor of the Farm to Table Tour that will be held in Fulton and Montgomery counties on July 30th. Can you name at least 10 products that are made locally that can be found in the store? We will give you four to get started ... Upstate Coffee produced in Gloversville, Baucy Be’s hot sauces from Broadalbin, Y Not Dog Cookies from Mayfield, and Lanzi Brothers Gourmet Italian Dressing from Fulton County.
While investigating the Mohawk Harvest for great and local buys, be sure to check out the Micropolis art Gallery that is housed inside. Numerous works that are on display include those by many local artists and include paintings, drawings, pastels, photographs, fiber art, mixed media, woodwork, glass, digital art, jewelry and more.
Enjoy this summer exploring Downtown Gloversville and learning the local flavors and art that are created by your Fulton County neighbors!
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