“You are invited to join us at The Rock ‘N Gem & Artisan Show!! There’s Adventures for Everyone!! There will be over 65 vendors set up in an outdoor park-like setting, selling Everything Rock & Crystal Related! There will also be Many other Artisans that are offering their own personal creations just for you to choose from! Perfect for the weekenders going up north and coming home right on Highway 169! This FREE event is within an easy drive from the cities for a daytime family trip. We would love to see you there! It’s going to be amazing!”
Be sure to check out The Hairy Mosquito Trading Co. on your way to the cabin! The annual plan is to reopen April 1st. We’ll see if the snow and ice cooporate! The artist are eagerly awaiting!
Located directly off Highway 169 North, just 5 miles past Milaca Unclaimed Freight. Weekend cabin traffic is busy busy. The Hairy Mosquito is the perfect stop to get out and stretch your legs. They offer local Heggies pizza (made right in Milaca, Mn.) Delicious, creamy, Bridgeman’s ice cream, served at an actual, real-life old-fashioned Bridgeman’s soda fountain bar that functioned in Otsego, Mn. out of the ole’ drug store!
Needless to add, this is a FANTASTIC location for events! Follow on facebook for the latest updates!
Vendors welcome! There are still spots available for all events.
Local homebase for several members of our private group @OnlineArtFestMN – hosted by Lotte’. The Hairy Mosquito has created multiple on-site studios to share the skills, knowledge and talent of Doc Watson of Swamp Dweller Art – Randy Beach’s “Ye ol’ Rock Shop” – AKA. Randy Beach’s GEM Lab – Charlotte Kitt of Happy Hollow Glass (hey that’s me) and way more locally made art! There is also handcrafted bees wax skin care items, local honey and maple syrup, wild rice and so on! oh – and ICE CREAM! Stay tuned and follow The Hairy Mosquito Trading Company to stay updated on season opening and this years events calendar!
We can’t wait to see you!
Tell them Lotte’ – the Happy Hollow Glass girl sent ya! 😉
Lampwork Borosilicate Glass & Fine Arts by Little Lotte' Since 1999