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

All EventsJune 19, 2021 thru
December 4, 2021

 

Saturday, July 3

Info 09:00 AM03:00 PM

Where: Northville Public Library, 341 S Third St, PO Box 1259, Northville 12134

Cost: free | Northville Public Library

For more information please contact:
Michael Burnett | 5188636922 | norlib@mvls.info
northvillepubliclibrary.weebly.com/

thousands of used books, dvds, and audios at bargain prices

Info 06:00 PM

Where: Sherman's Park W Caroga Lake Shore Road, Caroga Lake

For more information please contact:
https://carogaarts.org/event/red-white-blue-bluegrass/

Celebrate Independence day at Sherman’s with great music and local beer by Stump City Brewery! Opening the night will be Girl Blue, one of Capital District’s emerging singer-songwriter whose first single “Fire Under Water” went viral reaching over 2.5 million plays. Based in Upstate NY, the North & South Dakotas have coined themselves as the “Y’Alternative Bluegrass” with a blend of country, folk, and bluegrass heard in their music.

Tickets: Free, reserved in advance

Tickets go on sale on June 17 at carogaarts.org

All seating in physically distanced pods of 2, 4, and 6 people.

Pods are assigned upon entry into park with ticket and seated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Following the CDC and New York State guidelines, we will continue to monitor, adapt, and communicate the guidelines to ensure a positive experience for the audience and performers.

Info 09:00 AM04:00 PM

Where: 120 Lakeview Road, Broadalbin 12025

Cost: Cost $15. Per person, Under 12 months, free

For more information please contact:
Debbie Sam's | 518-883-8548

Escape to Springer’s Farm petting zoo where you can visit real farm animals and learn more about farming.

Info 08:30 AM12:30 PM

Where: Elm St. Pavilion, Gloversville 12078

Cost: FREE

For more information please contact:
Stephanie | 518-332-3530 | pwckid@hotmail.com
https://www.fmfma.org

Stop out under the pavilion and check out some of our local awesomeness every Saturday morning between 8:30 and 12:30. Fresh and locally grown produce, baked goods, spirits, plants, foods and more!

Info 12:00 PM04:00 PM

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

Cost: Free Admission

For more information please contact:
Carol Johnston | 518-332-0538 | cfyfejohnston@aol.com
www.facebook.com/ricehomestead

The Mayfield Historical Society’s 1810 Rice Homestead is open today from 12 noon to 4 pm. It is the home of Oliver Rice, early settler who ran a fulling mill and was a key figure in the little hamlet of Riceville. The Rice Family owned the property for 198 years and many of the contents of the house is original to the family. The property includes a 1790 cabin, smokehouse, spring house, Mayfield History Room, the “Loom Room”, gardens, and picnic tables on its property surrounded by heritage Sugar Maple trees.

Wednesday, July 7

Info 12:00 PM04:00 PM

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

Cost: Free Admission

For more information please contact:
Carol Johnston | 518-332-0538 | cfyfejohnston@aol.com
www.facebook.com/ricehomestead

The Mayfield Historical Society’s 1810 Rice Homestead is open today from 12 noon to 4 pm. It is the home of Oliver Rice, early settler who ran a fulling mill and was a key figure in the little hamlet of Riceville. The Rice Family owned the property for 198 years and many of the contents of the house is original to the family. The property includes a 1790 cabin, smokehouse, spring house, Mayfield History Room, the “Loom Room”, gardens, and picnic tables on its property surrounded by heritage Sugar Maple trees.

Info 12:00 PM04:00 PM

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

Cost: Free Admission

For more information please contact:
Carol Johnston | 518-332-0538 | cfyfejohnston@aol.com
www.facebook.com/ricehomestead

The Mayfield Historical Society’s 1810 Rice Homestead is open today from 12 noon to 4 pm. It is the home of Oliver Rice, early settler who ran a fulling mill and was a key figure in the little hamlet of Riceville. The Rice Family owned the property for 198 years and many of the contents of the house is original to the family. The property includes a 1790 cabin, smokehouse, spring house, Mayfield History Room, the “Loom Room”, gardens, and picnic tables on its property surrounded by heritage Sugar Maple trees.

Thursday, July 8

Info 06:00 PM08:00 PM

Where: The Rice Homestead, 328 Riceville Rd, Mayfield

For more information please contact:
https://www.facebook.com/events/935059107284969/

The Mayfield Historical Society will be holding its 3rd Annual Cruise-In, Concert, and Ice Cream Social on Thursday, July 8th, from 6 – 8 pm at The Rice Homestead, 328 Riceville Road, Mayfield. The Society is inviting owners of antique and hot rod vehicles to attend the Cruise-In. Admission is free and the first 50 vehicle commitments will receive a dash plaque commemorating the event. The gate will open at 5 pm for vehicle set-up. To register for the cruise-in, vehicle owners should call Bob Suits at 518-725-5261; however, pre-registration is not required to attend.
In addition, Alex Hitrick will provide music on the lawn from 6-8 pm. Attendees are asked to bring lawn chairs; however, some picnic tables will be available. The Society’s Annual Ice Cream Social will also be held that evening with ice cream, cake, and a beverage. In addition, hot dogs with the locally iconic “Lee’s Famous Hot Dog Sauce” will be for sale. The descendants of Lee Goulet, owner of Lee’s Snack Bar in the village of Mayfield, donated Lee’s secret meat recipe to the Mayfield Historical Society as well as its snack bar signs which will be on display. Tours of the Homestead will also be held.
For more information, contact Bob Suits, at sprkybob@yahoo.com, or call 518-725-5261, 518-332-0538.

Friday, July 9

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:
Broadalbin Farmers Market | (518) 568-5764
https://www.facebook.com/events/237501927777171/

Join us every Friday for our very own market. We have local small businesses and farms setting up to help you stock your gardens, patios, spirits and pantries right from this fresh air market.
The second Friday of each month we will be having live music to get your toes tapping.
Please follow the NYS rules regarding COVID and social distancing so that we can continue to operate without additional restrictions

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