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Clinton, Madison Artists, Artisans Featured At Bee & Thistle Inn's Holiday Happenings

The event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. and cocktails will be available. Bring cash and checks, since some of the artists take only those forms of payment.

From SkyChaser Photography
From SkyChaser Photography
The Bee & Thistle Inn is hosting a series of Tuesday Holiday Happenings, events designed to showcase local artists and artisans who are selling their wares just in time for holiday gift giving. 

Clinton's SkyChasher Photography will be one of the featured artists Tuesday, Dec. 10 and two Madison-based businesses, Jen Conroy Jewelry, and East Wharf Bags, will be featured on Tuesday, Dec. 17. 

"Come by and see the works of Sky Chaser Photography (Me!), Kristofer Rowe Photography and EFWatermelon Jewelers," said DLee, of SkyChaser Photography. "A Place Called Hope will be greeting guests as they arrive with some of their beautiful Owls! Happy Hour will be on or stay for dinner  Would love to see you and who knows, maybe you can get some Holiday shopping done! Thanks for your support."

The event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. and cocktails will be available. Bring cash and checks, since some of the artists take only those forms of payment. 

Bee and Thistle Inn and Lounge is located at 100 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, Connecticut 06371. The phone number is 860.434.1667. From Madison or Clinton, take I-95 North to Exit 70. Left at end of ramp. Right at second traffic light (first intersection). Proceed to the end of road and make a left onto Lyme Street (Route 1 North). The Inn is the third house on the left.

Tuesday, December 10:

Kristofer Rowe~wildlife and avian photography; SkyChaser Photography, Lisa Fatone Design~ Ornaments, Jewelry, Watercolors

Tuesday, December 17 
Jen Conroy (jewelry); East Wharf Bags (canvas totes)
Robyn Butler December 10, 2013 at 08:13 AM
Will this still be held tonight with the weather?
Pem McNerney (Editor) December 10, 2013 at 08:16 AM
good question. i will check and if i hear back i will let you know.

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