41st Annual Harvest Festival at The Farmers' Museum | Kids Out and About Albany

41st Annual Harvest Festival at The Farmers' Museum

Harvest Festival is two days of live performances, music, and family activities celebrating the bounty of the season's harvest. More info coming soon. Harvest Festival is included with regular museum admission! Children age 6 and younger are FREE, as well as Museum Members. $12 adults (13-64), $10.50 seniors (65+), $6 children (7-12).

More info coming soon.

Harvest Festival is included with regular museum admission! Children age 6 and younger are FREE, as well as Museum Members. 
$12 adults (13-64), $10.50 seniors (65+), $6 children (7-12).

More info coming soon.

Harvest Festival is included with regular museum admission! Children age 6 and younger are FREE, as well as Museum Members. 
$12 adults (13-64), $10.50 seniors (65+), $6 children (7-12).

More info coming soon.

Harvest Festival is included with regular museum admission! Children age 6 and younger are FREE, as well as Museum Members. 
$12 adults (13-64), $10.50 seniors (65+), $6 children (7-12).

More info coming soon.

Harvest Festival is included with regular museum admission! Children age 6 and younger are FREE, as well as Museum Members. 
$12 adults (13-64), $10.50 seniors (65+), $6 children (7-12).

New this year is a discounted "Two-Day Festival Pass" for admission both Saturday and Sunday plus free admission to Fenimore Art Museum.

New this year is a discounted "Two-Day Festival Pass" for admission both Saturday and Sunday plus free admission to Fenimore Art Museum.

The Festival Tent features live performances and family activities:
  • Crafts, demonstrations, storytime, and contests
  • Musical performances on Saturday: "Bourbon and Branch" and "Gravelyard"  
  • Musical performances on Sunday: "Rusty Doves" and "Heaven's Back Door"  
  • Saturday: Blue Ribbon Cloggers 
  • Sunday: O'Donnell Kelly Dance Company 
Animals are always a large part of Harvest Festival:
  • Marvel at demonstrations of dog obedience and agility.
  • Watch a parade of champion animals from the museum’s annual Junior Livestock Show.
  • See cuddly alpacas and watch their agility in an obstacle course. An entire tent is home to these domesticated animals raised for their fiber. 
  • Smile at the Children's Barnyard filled with rabbits, goats, and donkeys.
  • Take in the whole museum on a horse-drawn wagon ride.

Many artisans demonstrate their skills. (Complete artisan and vendor list coming soon!)

  • Spinning and fiber art demonstrations.

Harvest time means farm and food:

  • Help with harvesting potatoes, beans, corn, and hops. 
  • Enjoy agricultural activities that include corn shelling and grinding. 
  • Apple cider pressing demonstrations.
  • Savor an abundance of delicious foods from the season’s harvest.
  • Relish the taste of pulled pork, chili, hot dogs, and salads.

Children will especially enjoy:

  • Rides on the Empire State Carousel, the museum you can ride (sponsored by Matt Sohns and family)
  • Historic games and races
  • Rope making
  • Apple bobbing
  • Craft activities for the entire family
  • Nineteenth-century games in the one-room schoolhouse

At noon on Saturday, stop by the Empire State carousel for the dedication of a new carousel plaque honoring New York State musician Pete Seeger. Carousel creator Jerry Holzman will also sign the museum's book detailing the history of the carousel.

On Sunday at 2:00 pm, enjoy a book signing and reading with author Shannon Hayes and her new book Homespun Mom Comes Unraveled and Other Adventures from the Radical Homemaking Frontier.

- See more at: http://www.farmersmuseum.org/harvest#sthash.AN8sAdC5.dpuf

 
 
 
 
 
The Festival Tent features live performances and family activities:
  • Crafts, demonstrations, storytime, and contests
  • Musical performances on Saturday: "Bourbon and Branch" and "Gravelyard"  
  • Musical performances on Sunday: "Rusty Doves" and "Heaven's Back Door"  
  • Saturday: Blue Ribbon Cloggers 
  • Sunday: O'Donnell Kelly Dance Company 
Animals are always a large part of Harvest Festival:
  • Marvel at demonstrations of dog obedience and agility.
  • Watch a parade of champion animals from the museum’s annual Junior Livestock Show.
  • See cuddly alpacas and watch their agility in an obstacle course. An entire tent is home to these domesticated animals raised for their fiber. 
  • Smile at the Children's Barnyard filled with rabbits, goats, and donkeys.
  • Take in the whole museum on a horse-drawn wagon ride.

Many artisans demonstrate their skills. (Complete artisan and vendor list coming soon!)

  • Spinning and fiber art demonstrations.

Harvest time means farm and food:

  • Help with harvesting potatoes, beans, corn, and hops. 
  • Enjoy agricultural activities that include corn shelling and grinding. 
  • Apple cider pressing demonstrations.
  • Savor an abundance of delicious foods from the season’s harvest.
  • Relish the taste of pulled pork, chili, hot dogs, and salads.

Children will especially enjoy:

  • Rides on the Empire State Carousel, the museum you can ride (sponsored by Matt Sohns and family)
  • Historic games and races
  • Rope making
  • Apple bobbing
  • Craft activities for the entire family
  • Nineteenth-century games in the one-room schoolhouse

At noon on Saturday, stop by the Empire State carousel for the dedication of a new carousel plaque honoring New York State musician Pete Seeger. Carousel creator Jerry Holzman will also sign the museum's book detailing the history of the carousel. On Sunday at 2:00 pm, enjoy a book signing and reading with author Shannon Hayes and her new book Homespun Mom Comes Unraveled and Other Adventures from the Radical Homemaking Frontier. Admission to Harvest Festival is included with paid museum admission: $12 adults (13+), $10.50 seniors (65+), $6 children (7-12). Children age 6 and younger are free, as well as members of the New York State Historical Association. Join today!  Purchase a discounted Two-Day Festival Pass for admission both Saturday and Sunday plus free admission to Fenimore Art Museum: $18 adults (13+) and $9 juniors (7-12).   Sponsored by Organic Valley and Matt Sohns and family. This event is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. - See more at: http://www.farmersmuseum.org/harvest#sthash.AN8sAdC5.dpuf

New this year is a discounted "Two-Day Festival Pass" for admission both Saturday and Sunday plus free admission to Fenimore Art Museum.

The Festival Tent features live performances and family activities:
  • Crafts, demonstrations, storytime, and contests
  • Musical performances on Saturday: "Bourbon and Branch" and "Gravelyard"  
  • Musical performances on Sunday: "Rusty Doves" and "Heaven's Back Door"  
  • Saturday: Blue Ribbon Cloggers 
  • Sunday: O'Donnell Kelly Dance Company 
Animals are always a large part of Harvest Festival:
  • Marvel at demonstrations of dog obedience and agility.
  • Watch a parade of champion animals from the museum’s annual Junior Livestock Show.
  • See cuddly alpacas and watch their agility in an obstacle course. An entire tent is home to these domesticated animals raised for their fiber. 
  • Smile at the Children's Barnyard filled with rabbits, goats, and donkeys.
  • Take in the whole museum on a horse-drawn wagon ride.

Many artisans demonstrate their skills. (Complete artisan and vendor list coming soon!)

  • Spinning and fiber art demonstrations.

Harvest time means farm and food:

  • Help with harvesting potatoes, beans, corn, and hops. 
  • Enjoy agricultural activities that include corn shelling and grinding. 
  • Apple cider pressing demonstrations.
  • Savor an abundance of delicious foods from the season’s harvest.
  • Relish the taste of pulled pork, chili, hot dogs, and salads.

Children will especially enjoy:

  • Rides on the Empire State Carousel, the museum you can ride (sponsored by Matt Sohns and family)
  • Historic games and races
  • Rope making
  • Apple bobbing
  • Craft activities for the entire family
  • Nineteenth-century games in the one-room schoolhouse

At noon on Saturday, stop by the Empire State carousel for the dedication of a new carousel plaque honoring New York State musician Pete Seeger. Carousel creator Jerry Holzman will also sign the museum's book detailing the history of the carousel.

On Sunday at 2:00 pm, enjoy a book signing and reading with author Shannon Hayes and her new book Homespun Mom Comes Unraveled and Other Adventures from the Radical Homemaking Frontier.

Admission to Harvest Festival is included with paid museum admission: $12 adults (13+), $10.50 seniors (65+), $6 children (7-12). Children age 6 and younger are free, as well as members of the New York State Historical Association. Join today!  Purchase a discounted Two-Day Festival Pass for admission both Saturday and Sunday plus free admission to Fenimore Art Museum: $18 adults (13+) and $9 juniors (7-12).  

Sponsored by Organic Valley and Matt Sohns and family. This event is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

- See more at: http://www.farmersmuseum.org/harvest#sthash.AN8sAdC5.dpuf

New this year is a discounted "Two-Day Festival Pass" for admission both Saturday and Sunday plus free admission to Fenimore Art Museum.

The Festival Tent features live performances and family activities:
  • Crafts, demonstrations, storytime, and contests
  • Musical performances on Saturday: "Bourbon and Branch" and "Gravelyard"  
  • Musical performances on Sunday: "Rusty Doves" and "Heaven's Back Door"  
  • Saturday: Blue Ribbon Cloggers 
  • Sunday: O'Donnell Kelly Dance Company 
Animals are always a large part of Harvest Festival:
  • Marvel at demonstrations of dog obedience and agility.
  • Watch a parade of champion animals from the museum’s annual Junior Livestock Show.
  • See cuddly alpacas and watch their agility in an obstacle course. An entire tent is home to these domesticated animals raised for their fiber. 
  • Smile at the Children's Barnyard filled with rabbits, goats, and donkeys.
  • Take in the whole museum on a horse-drawn wagon ride.

Many artisans demonstrate their skills. (Complete artisan and vendor list coming soon!)

  • Spinning and fiber art demonstrations.

Harvest time means farm and food:

  • Help with harvesting potatoes, beans, corn, and hops. 
  • Enjoy agricultural activities that include corn shelling and grinding. 
  • Apple cider pressing demonstrations.
  • Savor an abundance of delicious foods from the season’s harvest.
  • Relish the taste of pulled pork, chili, hot dogs, and salads.

Children will especially enjoy:

  • Rides on the Empire State Carousel, the museum you can ride (sponsored by Matt Sohns and family)
  • Historic games and races
  • Rope making
  • Apple bobbing
  • Craft activities for the entire family
  • Nineteenth-century games in the one-room schoolhouse

At noon on Saturday, stop by the Empire State carousel for the dedication of a new carousel plaque honoring New York State musician Pete Seeger. Carousel creator Jerry Holzman will also sign the museum's book detailing the history of the carousel.

On Sunday at 2:00 pm, enjoy a book signing and reading with author Shannon Hayes and her new book Homespun Mom Comes Unraveled and Other Adventures from the Radical Homemaking Frontier.

Admission to Harvest Festival is included with paid museum admission: $12 adults (13+), $10.50 seniors (65+), $6 children (7-12). Children age 6 and younger are free, as well as members of the New York State Historical Association. Join today!  Purchase a discounted Two-Day Festival Pass for admission both Saturday and Sunday plus free admission to Fenimore Art Museum: $18 adults (13+) and $9 juniors (7-12).  

Sponsored by Organic Valley and Matt Sohns and family. This event is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

- See more at: http://www.farmersmuseum.org/harvest#sthash.AN8sAdC5.dpuf

Organization:

The Farmers' Museum

Location:

5785 State Hwy 80 (Lake Road) PO Box 800
Cooperstown, NY, 13326
United States

Phone:

607-547-1426
Contact name: 
David Buddle
Email address: 
Dates: 
09/21/2019
09/22/2019
Time: 
10:00 am–5:00 pm

Comments

We are going to follow this homepage addrss because i have to do this to get information about where to fix connections to bluetooth audio devices in windows 10 I want to use my windows 10 OS desktop without using any cable for sound system.

This is a really good topic to entertain the kids and you have great skills for writing such an interesting post. Click on https://www.bestessaytips.com/custom_essay/ to get further information related to this.

Yoga is a term that refers to an array of traditional systems of physical exercises, as well as meditation in Hinduism. Both the exercise component and the meditative component of yoga have shown promising health benefits. However, writing an essay on yoga is hard, so have a look at the examples first https://bestwritingservice.com/essays/Health/benefits-of-yoga.html.

A great concern has arisen over the fact that television viewing for young children is harmful to the child's language development, level of creativity, and rate of imagination. A lot is written on that account. For more information, read the article
https://bestwritingservice.com/essays/Research/Effects-of-Watching-Telev....

I've been there myself. It was particularly awful toward the start of my second year of school. I was seeing a specialist that didn't "get me", desiring somebody who was at that point in an upbeat relationship <a href="http://www.buyassignment.com/help-with-assignment-writing.php">online assignment help</a>, and I caught an insidious ailment that put me down and out for about fourteen days or somewhere in the vicinity

I've been there myself. It was particularly awful toward the start of my second year of school. I was seeing a specialist that didn't "get me", desiring somebody who was at that point in an upbeat relationship, and I caught an insidious ailment that put me down and out for about fourteen days or somewhere in the vicinity
http://www.buyassignment.com/help-with-assignment-writing.php