November 2013

Rustic Riders - September 2013 News We had a great time at the Loon Festival at the VIC in October! In November we have a few duo gigs, but we are continuing to practice new material with Joe and we look forward to sharing it. Thank you everyone who donated to our MS Bike Team. We had a wonderful ride in Columbia County on a beautiful September Day. It was great meeting new friends the next day at the Saratoga Peace Fair and to share the stage with some of my idols especially Joseph Bruchac and Dan Duggan. In October we took a break and visited our new granddaughter Emma in Minnesota. All the MS research support has really helped her mother! We’re playing closer to home in November. We look forward to seeing you around. PS As you do your Christmas Shopping remember that CD’s make great gifts! Support you independent music makers. You can order from us directly and pay what your able. Email mail us at rusticriders@gamil.com or you can order through CD Baby. Rustic Riders Music for Sale Locally CD’s are also for sale at Hoss’ Country Store in Long Lake, The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, Ampersound and the Community Store in Saranac Lake. November Gigs – Check here for more details. Give the Spirit Sale 1st Presbyterian Church, Saranac Lake Friday 11/8/13 from 4-7 pm Saturday 11/9/13 from 9-1:00 pm Alternative socially responsible holiday shopping: Maya Works textiles and beads, SERRV handcrafts, Equal Exchange coffee & tea, Heifer Intl. Living Gift Market, Shallow Wells and The Saranac Lake Skate Park Committee will be taking Holiday. Wreath Orders! Duane Gould will provide music on Friday and Lisa Meissner will provide music on Saturday. Sunday, 11/17/13 – 9:45 am 1st Presbyterian Church of Saranac Lake– Sermon in Song Church Street, Saranac Lake NY The Kingdom has come! Friday, 11/29/13 – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Wild Center, Tupper Lake, NY The Wild Center - Black and White Friday It's Black, & White, Friday! Normally the day after Thanksgiving is Black Friday. At The Wild Center this year, November 29th is Black & White Day. Black & White with Night and Day, our pair of skunks, just two of the highlights of the day. A Trunk Show of local Adirondack Artisans will fill the Center, showcasing local photographers and painters, jewelry makers, knitters, leather goods and more. Unique items from The Wild Supply Co. will complete your holiday shopping with free gift-wrapping. There will be live music with Rustic Riders for those recovering from their Thanksgiving feasts, seasonal treats from the Waterside Café for those who still have room to eat and indoor crafts for the kids. Taste the sweet flavor of maple treats like maple spun delight and sugar on snow. The best thing? Admission is just $5 for adults and free for children 14 and under. Admission is free for members. Avoid the crowds, bring the family, and whatever color you choose - make it a local day.

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