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COTTAGE STREET STUDIOS in Easthampton, MA will host its’ spring Open Studios and Sale, Sat. May 4th & Sun. May 5th  from 10-5pm each day.

There will be a talented group of 30 Fine Artists and Makers offering a creative selection of gifts and fine art for home, family and friends in all price ranges: from the smallest spoon rest to the grandest painting. See where the magic happens and learn how things are designed and made, sign up for classes and find that special Mother’s Day or wedding gift or a treasure that will last a lifetime.

ONE COTTAGE STREET, an old historic mill building is situated on Rt. 141 across from the Nashawanuck Pond and board walk. Five decades ago it enclosed four cavernous acres of empty space. Riverside Industries purchased the building from JP Stevens Texiles, moved it’s programs in and began renting over three maze like floors to bookbinders, a fine woodworking school and an ever growing community of artists. One Cottage Street has over 80 studios and  is now home to a lively community of regionally, nationally and internationally recognized  designers, crafts people and fine artists many of whom have spent their careers here in good company honing their craft.

SECOND SATURDAYS are here.  2pm-6pm February 9th, 2019

Come browse and shop in several of the fun One Cottage Street studios.

SPRING OPEN STUDIOS and SALE

Save the dates!  May 4th + 5th, 2019, 10am-5pm

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  • May 4th & 5th Open Studio and Sale 10am-5pm

    Please Join us for the Cottage Street Open Studios & Sale, May 4th, 10-5 and May 5th, 10-5. An opportunity to purchase the perfect piece of art for your home or something locally designed and crafted for a wedding present or Mother’s Day. ...

    May 4 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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