Re-Nue Spa

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Re-Nue Spa blends the quaint village charm with complete professional services 

119 Maple Avenue
P.O. Box 636
Altamont, NY 12009

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Booth Rental Available for a Stylist
Inquire about a Nail Technician or Massage therapist position
Call or email Rhonda for inquiries.

Get ready for the Holidays!

Stylist Specials

Maraes Organic Color or Goldwell Color with Rhonda

Organic Color is
~Ammonia Free 
~Sulfate Free ~PPD Free ~Paraben Free ~Gluten Free

Mention this ad and receive $10 off your Cut and Color.
New Customers Only
861-5723 ext 3#

Maraes Organic Color Reg. $89
Goldwell Hair Color (Not Organic)
Reg. $79

10% off a Cut and Color with April

Using Redken Color
Just mention this ad when you call her
861-5723 ext 4#
New Customers Only
Reg. $90

10% off a Cut and Color with Katie

Using Paul Mitchell Color
Just mention this ad when you call her
861-5723 ext 8#
New Customers Only
Reg. $78


Eyelash Extensions with Katie
$80 Reg. $100

They can be as dramatic or undramatic as you like!

We have Gift Certificates Available!

$50 Initial Visit
~Hour Swedish or Deep Tissue Massage

~Hour European Facial

We are collecting unwrapped toys for local children in need. Now until December 15th

Re-Nue Spa will be part of this amazing event with vendors for Holiday Shopping: see below

Victorian Holiday House Tours and Village Stroll                       Sunday December 14th

All Events are FREE except for house tours

MASONIC TEMPLE: 138 Maple Avenue.
12:30-4:00 Tour our Village's Victorian Homes. Tickets:$10 
10 and under FREE

*Children's Temporary Tattoos, Balloon Sculptures, Crafts 
*A display of Art and Gingerbread Houses Crafted by local 
*Silent Auction on Wreaths and vote for your favorite tree

3:30 Winning bids on wreaths will be announced

Living Nativity 4:15
Gather at the outdoor manger as members re-present the Live Nativity Scene

Welcome Santa's arrival on the Holiday Train. Gifts for children and light up the Village's holiday tree! 

AGWAY: 106 Prospect Terrace
Dog and Cat Holiday Costume Contest. 12:00 Dogs & 1:00 Cats. 
Prizes for everyone! Get your pet’s picture with Santa 11-2. Donations for pictures are appreciated; proceeds go to the Altamont Fire Department

Shopping and Demonstrations
Helderberg Blacksmith 
Custom Metal Work, Forging and Fabrication, Historic Reproduction and Metal Sculpture. 

WINTER MARKET: 12:00 – 5:00
Tables and Tables of Vendors with Items for Holiday Shopping

*102 Maple Avenue- Severson Agency Inc.
Desolation Road Studio- Cards and prints
AND Raffle

*182 Main Street- Fiamma's Café
Painted Pearl- Jewelry
Peyster Street Designs- Jewelry
Bacon Neckwear- Bow ties
This Lady's Got Glass- Glass art
L'Esperance TileWorks- Tile & ornaments
Farmshare Studio- Giclee prints and cards
Garden Cards- Photo cards of gardens
Ulstersoaps- Soap
Tidy Thyme- Green cleaning supplies

*124 Maple Avenue- Mountain View Prosthetics
Beebe Ideaworks- Country sewing
Jacob's Barn- Christmas crafts
Woodworker- Carved birds
Ronnie Dalauro-Bead Contessa

*119 Maple Avenue- Re-Nue Spa
Pampered Chef- Cooking items
Jam Junkie- Jam
Short and Stout-Tea
Ragged Edge Studio- Scarves & art
Bonnie Spencer- Alpaca accessories
Doggone Stylish- Dog accessories
Chair Massage  

SPINNING ROOM: 190 Main Street
Knitted items for sale. 

Storyteller and Author Nancy Marie Payne 
12-5- Book Signing
Half Hour Holiday Stories told at 1 and 3

With over 40 years teaching experience and over 12 years as a professional storyteller, Nancy Marie Payne specializes in researching and creating commissioned historical pieces. She also enjoys sharing stories from life, fairy tales, stories of strong women, legends and humorous stories.

Book signing- How I Came to Dowagiac
(Memories of an Orphan Train Rider)

In 1854 ten year old Elsie Dowdel finds herself living on the streets of New York City. She is befriended by a young orphan girl with whom she had shared food. The girls are taken in by the Children's Aid Society and started on an adventure that will take them to another state, another way of life and, perhaps, a new family.
The book is written for middle grade students, but will appeal to anyone interested in this little know piece of our history.

THE AMERICAN LEGION Post #977: 988 Altamont Blvd
Stop in and Warm up! We are looking forward to meeting you.
Enjoy a complimentary cup of soup, chili, coffee, hot chocolate and some goodies on us. 
Enter to win a Holiday Basket too! 

MIO VINO: 186 Main St 
Wine tasting 1-4 
Brunch 10-3
Bar open all day and dinner starts at 5

7:00-5:00 Special Holiday Menu

Mrs. Red Shoes AND Church Craft Fair
Visit Mrs. Red Shoes to "Make-It" and "Take-It"! Fun crafts for kids to make and take home with them

Open 2-5
2-4 Come to the Altamont Free Library for entertainment from local guitar-wielding troubadour David Warner. The music will include tunes about trains and the holiday season. 


Quilt Raffle: Amish made, 93" x 100"
Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00
Benefs the Library

HOME FRONT CAFÉ: 192 Main Street 
Open 2-7
Enjoy our 1940’s Decoration and the Nutcracker Collection on display.
Experience our new Bakery!
Bill Holden is a Master Baker and is known for his famous cheesecake. 
Try Amanda Miller’s amazing scones, pastries and pies!
Hot beverages on the house! Please make a donation to the Wounded Warrior’s.

Community Kids Christmas Lunch with Santa 
Contact Janet at 861-3669 for reservation

To reach your stylist or technician please press their 
extension number followed by the pound sign.
Not sure who to call?  Call Rhonda
 Phone Number: (518) 861-5723

1# Kristine:  Stylist, Massage Therapist and Nails

2# Dawn:  Stylist

3# Rhonda:  Stylist, Facial Waxing

3# Stacy:  Esthetician, Body and Face Waxing

4# April:  Stylist

5# Lisa:  Stylist and Facial Waxing

8# Katie:  Stylist, Makeup, Eyelash Extensions and Facial Waxing

~Open Tue-Sat
~Hours vary depending on stylist.  We are all independents.
~Walk-ins- come see if someone is available.
~Gift Certificates available
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