The annual Goshen ornament has arrived.
This year’s ornament features Goshen’s iconic Harriman Fountain decorated for the holidays.
Linda Mabie, recently retired from Linda’s Office Supplies & Gifts, is continuing her tradition of selling the ornament. Mabie will be selling the ornament every Friday at a pop-up location in the Goshen Music Hall at 223 Main St. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting Oct. 2 and continuing through Dec. 18.
A limited quantity of all past ornaments will also be available.
This is the eighth year Mabie has held the ornament sale. Previous ornaments featured signature Goshen buildings including the Historic Goshen Public Library, the First Presbyterian Church, Goshen Town Hall, the Harness Racing Museum, the Historic Train Station, Village Hall and the new Goshen Library.
All the glass ornaments are hand-made in Ecuador, so each is one-of-a-kind.
“I love the Harriman Fountain, especially when it is all decked out for the holidays,” Mabie said, “The fountain not only represents the link to our town’s past, but its location at the five points also represents the place where Goshen truly comes together.”
The ornament also will be available at the Goshen Mailroom, located at 22 West Main St., in Goshen, the former location of Linda’s Office Supplies.