Located on Main Street in Lyme, NH, Long River Studios sits filled with the creative offerings of local artists & crafters. A volunteer-run cooperative, Long River was formed in 1991 to try to connect local artists & crafters with the local community and help them make a living. Currently, Long River represents 75 artists and crafts people from a wide sampling of medium. Within its walls, you will find sculpture, photography, jewelry, needlework, painting and basketry just to highlight a few. Long River Studios is open year round and hosts three annual exhibits. Long River Studios is one of the focal points for the village of Lyme and once though its doors you get a feel for the New Hampshire region known as the Upper Valley. If you stay at Breakfast on the Connecticut stop by Long River and pick up that one of a kind holiday gift.
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November 8th, 2011 by donnanandersen
May 14th, 2011 by donnanandersen
2011 marks 123 years since the establishment of the Creamery in Lyme, which served the community and surrounding area until 1958. 2011 also marks the 15th Anniversary of Lyme Creamery Antiques, which opened for the first time on May 24, 1996. They will be celebrating on that day this year and all year long. They will be serving ice cream for 15 days beginning on May 24th and continuing daily through June 7. Except for those 15 days, when they will be open every day, they will continue their scheduled opening days of Friday, Saturday and Sunday – 11 to 5, beginning on May 13. They do have a program called the Antique Buyers’ Club with earned credit balances being carried forward from last year at 50%. In recognition of this year’s anniversary all discounts with the Antique Buyers’ Club will start at the 15% level. Stay at Breakfast on the Connecticut, have a wonderful breakfast and then visit the Lyme Creamery Antiques, about 4 miles away.