Sackets Harbor was the place to be on Saturday for the Made in New York Festival. After a barrage of advertising in its third year, the festival finally arrived on Saturday after much anticipation. More than 100 vendors representing New York businesses packed the event. The show also features ongoing entertainment from bands across the state. "It generates a lot of publicity for these companies, the smaller companies," said Corry Lawler, of Lawler Realty. But the British boogie-rock band Foghat, known for it's hits "Slow Ride" and "Fool for the City" headlined the event. The festival is a fundraiser for Meals on Wheels and The Urban Mission.