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Farmers’ Market Brunch set for Sunday

— The 3rd Annual Farmers’ Market Brunch will be held Sunday, Sept. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Gore Mountain.

This unique array of area culinary talent will be offered in accompaniment to Gore’s expanded summer and fall activities, providing an opportunity to enjoy the mountain while learning about the region’s well-established and brand-new businesses.

Participants are planned to include, but are not limited to, Adirondack Gold Maple Syrup, Andie’s at Smith’s, Barkeater Chocolates, barVino, Basil & Wick’s, Centerplate at Gore Mountain, Izzy’s Market, Marsha’s Family Restaurant, Pete’s Ahh, Snow Train, Wevertown Country Store, and Whisk n’ Wine. This tasting event features a menu of items with the freshest local ingredients available at the North Creek Farmer’s Market. Examples of items include layered French Toast Casserole with maple caramel sauce, vegetable sandwiches made with Nettle Meadow goat cheese, seasonal vegetable strata, blueberry kuchen, all-natural smoothies, and much, much more.

Tickets are $20 per person, or $50 for a family of four, and include a scenic Northwoods Gondola Skyride for all participants. Brunch cocktails will be available a la carte, with live acoustic music performed by Vinnie Leddick. The event will be held on Gore Mountain's attractive new brick patio. After a summer of hard work installing it, this popular gathering place is complete with new tables and a radiant-heat system beneath to melt winter's ice and snow. The Base Lodge will be available if weather is unfavorable or if guests prefer to dine indoors.

Reservations can be made by contacting Gore at (518) 251-2411, X1121.

Other activities available at Gore during the brunch and throughout the fall include hiking excursions, climbing wall, bungee trampoline, inflatables, mountain biking, miniature golf, and disc golf. For complete brunch details and the growing menu of featured items, visit www.GoreMountain.com or join the event on Facebook.

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