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The Holly Trail is set for November 12-13 in Allegany County


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The Holly Trail was started in  2009 by Christina Wightman and Sue Johnson. Their idea took shape when they asked a few women they knew who were creative to be a part of a “trail” of stops, with gifts and products that were handmade and unique. A short “trail” through our beautiful Allegany County that could be enjoyed in part of a day. Our first year was a huge success! We were all women originally, but through the years a few men have been members as well.

 L to R: Judy Cornelius, Kim Herr, Violet Elmer, Sue Neal, Sue Johnson, Marsha Sick, Robin Kellogg, Val Bessette. Missing from photo: Bill Cavanaugh, Kim Kasperski, Jennifer Sorochin, and Jessica Flamini-Fahs.

This years Trail is exciting because we postponed due to Covid for 2 years. We have some changes to the trail along with a few new and talented members! One big change is The Old Homestead has been sold, so Sue and Tina will be setting up at Sue’s Quilted Treasures studio. Our members are Kim Herr, Marsha Sick, Judy Cornelius, Val Bessette, Sue Neal, Sue Johnson, Violet Elmer, Robin Kellogg, with new members Bill Cavanaugh, Kim Kasperski, Jennifer Sorochin, and Jessica Flamini-Fahs. There are 8 stops on this year’s trail, featuring these 12 creative people who all make things different than each other. No duplicate offerings! We hope to offer you a wonderful shopping experience chock full of interesting, unique, tasty, and beautiful handmade goods that make superb gifts!

Grab some friends and carpool along The Holly Trail  on November 12th &13th from 10-5, unless otherwise stated by individual stops.

Find us on FB at The Holly Trail for more info!

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