Due to COVID-19, many tourist attractions have had to cancel or delay opening. Please call businesses for details.
 

All EventsAugust 10, 2020 thru
September 8, 2020

 

Monday, August 10

Info 09:30 AM12:00 PM

Where: Springers Stables, 128 Lake Rd, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: $15. per person 4-6 people $60. 7-10 people $100. $10 for each additional person

For more information please contact:
Springers Stables | 518-883-8548
https://www.facebook.com/events/693763374501815

Walk our farm petting zoo trail. Visit the farm animals, learn to ride a horse, play some farm games and more.
Open Monday and Wednesdays 9 am -10:30.
$15. per person
4-6 people $60.
7-10 people $100.
$10 for each additional person

Tuesday, August 11

Info 03:00 PM06:00 PM

Where: 109 E. Main St, Johnstown 12095

Cost: FREE

For more information please contact:
Stephanie Gray | 5188323530 | egray@citlink.net
www.fmfma.org

Join us every Tuesday from now until the end of summer for fresh and local produce, plants, baked goods, and more.
Please note that the market has moved and will now be located in the parking lot behind the Johnstown Senior Center.

Social distancing guidelines are in effect.

Wednesday, August 12

Info 12:00 PM04:00 PM

Where: Rice Homestead (Mayfield Historical Society Museum), 328 Riceville Road, Mayfield 12117

Cost: Free | The Rice Homestead

For more information please contact:
Carol Johnston | 5183320538 | cfyfejohnston@aol.com
www.facebook.com/ricehomestead

The Mayfield Historical Society’s Rice Homestead is open for tours Wednesdays and Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m from July 1 – August 29. The free tour features the 1790 homesteading cabin of Oliver Rice, his 1810 Federal Style home, along with its smokehouse, springhouse, Loom Room, and historical gardens. The home and Loom Room feature original belongings of the Rices as well as historical items from the Mayfield community. For further information or for a private tour on another day, contact Bob Suits, President of the Mayfield Historical Society, at 518-725-5261.

Info 09:30 AM12:00 PM

Where: Springers Stables, 128 Lake Rd, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: $15. per person 4-6 people $60. 7-10 people $100. $10 for each additional person

For more information please contact:
Springers Stables | 518-883-8548
https://www.facebook.com/events/693763374501815

Walk our farm petting zoo trail. Visit the farm animals, learn to ride a horse, play some farm games and more.
Open Monday and Wednesdays 9 am -10:30.
$15. per person
4-6 people $60.
7-10 people $100.
$10 for each additional person

Thursday, August 13

Info 07:00 PM09:00 PM

Where: 119 W. Main St.,, Johnstown 12095

Cost: Free

For more information please contact:
Bill Ackerbaue | 5182106181 | billackerbauer@gmail.com
https://www.leaderherald.com/news/community-news/2020/07/johnstown-midsummer-concert-series-announces-lineup-for-third-season/

July 23: Jim Gaudet & The Railroad Boys, an acoustic Americana band based in the Capital Region. Gaudet pens most of the band’s material, and he is backed up by Sten Isaacsen on mandolin and electric guitar, Bob Ristau on bass, and Amsterdam native, Sara Milonovich, on fiddle. Jonathan Blake, a local singer-guitarist, will open the show with a set of acoustic rock. This show will be sponsored locally by Main Motorcar.

July 30: Hanzolo, a funk-and-soul band hailing from Cooperstown. The band recently released its debut LP, “Table Butter,” and has gotten air play on Capital Region radio stations. Local singer-guitarist Nicole Campbell will open the show. This show will be sponsored locally by Bradley Yerdon, licensed real estate salesperson with Howard Hanna Real Estate.

Aug. 6: The North & South Dakotas, a bluegrass ensemble based in the Albany-Saratoga region known for its laid-back vibe and instrumental jams. Johnstown’s own Matthew Bosworth will open the show with a solo acoustic set. This show will be sponsored locally by Townsend Leather.

Aug. 13: Drank the Gold, the Saratoga Springs-based Irish-American duo of Oona Grady and James Gascoyne, who will be joined by accompanist Chris Carey. The Adirondack folk duo of Keanen Stark and Orion Kribs will open the show. This show will be sponsored locally by the law office of Michael Viscosi.

For more information, visit the Johnstown Midsummer Concert Series on Facebook or email billackerbauer@gmail.com.

Friday, August 14

Info 03:00 PM06:00 PM

Where: Fulton County Visitors Center, Rt. 30 & Rt. 29, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: n/a

For more information please contact:
FMFMA | n/a

All of the Fulton-Montgomery Farmers Market Association (FMFMA) markets are 100% producer markets, which means that
every vendor grew, raised, or made all of the products they offer for sale at the market.

Saturday, August 15

Info 12:00 PM04:00 PM

Where: Rice Homestead (Mayfield Historical Society Museum), 328 Riceville Road, Mayfield 12117

Cost: Free | The Rice Homestead

For more information please contact:
Carol Johnston | 5183320538 | cfyfejohnston@aol.com
www.facebook.com/ricehomestead

The Mayfield Historical Society’s Rice Homestead is open for tours Wednesdays and Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m from July 1 – August 29. The free tour features the 1790 homesteading cabin of Oliver Rice, his 1810 Federal Style home, along with its smokehouse, springhouse, Loom Room, and historical gardens. The home and Loom Room feature original belongings of the Rices as well as historical items from the Mayfield community. For further information or for a private tour on another day, contact Bob Suits, President of the Mayfield Historical Society, at 518-725-5261.

Info 08:30 AM12:30 PM

Where: Elm St Pavilion, Gloversville 12078

Cost: FREE

For more information please contact:
Stephanie Gray | 5188323530 | egray@citlink.net
https://www.facebook.com/GloversvilleNYFarmersMarket

Join us every Saturday from now through mid-October under the Elm St. Pavilion for fresh, local plants, produce, meats, prepared foods, and more! This season we are featuring some of your favorite vendors:

Milburt Farms
Beyond Your Garden
Slavonian Cafe
Gray’s Garden And Greenhouse
Gramma’s Get Up And Go Bars
And More…

Social-distancing guidelines are in effect.

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