Remington Summer Festival returns to Ogdensburg | Company

OGDENSBURG – The Frederic Remington Art Museum will host a Remington Summer Festival for a second year featuring products from more than 30 vendors.

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 18, vendors will sell wine, jewelry, candy, baked goods, and more inside and outside the museum at 303 Washington St.

“We had a great turnout with close to 500 people last year. We would be happy with the same number of people. This is a fundraising event for the museum, and like the vendors, we really appreciate the support,” said Melanie Flack, director of museum development.

Vendors will include Coyote Moon Vineyard, Not Your Average Cookie, Eye Candy Jewelry, River Rat Designs, Tom’s Got Wood and Attagirl Soaps. The full list of providers can be found on Facebook at

Food will also be available for purchase from Whinee Weiners and Sunshine Texmex food trucks.

Admission to the festival is $5. All proceeds will go to museum education programs.

“The festival helps the museum continue to preserve and promote culture, foster learning, and provide educational opportunities,” Flack said. “The museum also helps increase tourism, which benefits our entire county.”

The museum’s galleries will also be open, including the new 2022 Member Jury Art Exhibition.

“Guests can come out to support local vendors and the museum, and view the art,” Flack said.

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