Hamilton Maple Products is the Potter County Artisan Center “Star of the Month.” We invite you to visit the center to check out some of their mouth watering candy and/or maple syrup which is much better than the highly touted Vermont Maple Syrup. The center is located at 227 N. Main Street Coudersport and is open Noon-4:00p Sunday through Thursday; 9:00 am to 8:00 pm Friday and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday.
The Hamilton Family frequently brings home prizes from the Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. There are several ways you can find out more:
Visit the website www.pottercountyartisancenter.com click on “See the Artisans” tab
Visit their website: http://www.hamiltonspuremaple.com/index.html Where you can learn the history which began with Native Americans and select delicious recipes.
And/ or their Face Book page: https://www.facebook.com/search/top/…
The Artisans all live in and around Potter County, or have a significant local connection.
Each one passes through a committee which determines the appropriateness and quality of the art.
We feature an artist each month as the Star of the Month – a nod to the magnificent Dark Skies of Potter County,
and the Stargazing Field at Cherry Springs State Park
Artisan “Star” of the Month
James and Rebecca Obleski
Jim and Becky are some of the founding members of the Artisan Center. They are enthusiastic volunteers, and have invested hours and hours of labor into the building. Jim is the designer of our logo. His fine art and commercial art work can be seen all over the state, and beyond. Becky is a skillful textile artist, as well as being a talented designer of jewelry, glass art, and more. She changes out the decorations in the window and the rest of the gallery seasonally. The Artisan Center, as a group, would like to say “Thanks” to Jim and Becky to all you do to keep things looking great around here!!