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Sunday, October 5 is the day of the scarecrows in beautiful Stamford (Delaware County). The long Main Street will be decked out in dozens of homemade scarecrows. The public is invited to vote for their favorite. There will also be … Continue reading
Phelps was once the “Sauerkraut Capital of America.” Today the small, pretty community throws a big party to recognize their claim to fame. Cabbage bowling? Got it! Sauerkraut Cake? Yes! The King and Queen of Kraut and their Kourt! Yup. … Continue reading
Cortland area restaurants show off their culinary creativity with a walking sample tour in Historic Downtown Cortland (Main Street and adjacent side streets). Admission includes a collectible glass and a pack of tasting tickets for each stop along the way … Continue reading
The annual York Valley (NY) Festival is a grand day of family fun, entertainment, kids activities and LOTS OF FOOD! York (a short drive from Geneseo) has been holding this festival for years and is one of the highlights of … Continue reading
Mark it down…Saturday, January 18 and get your throwing arm ready ladies! The Long Lake (Hamilton County) Winter Carnival is an annual funfest featuring all kinds of unique events including Snowball Golf, a Cardboard Box Derby Race and a Money … Continue reading
The 38th Annual Canal Days Festival is held annually during the first full weekend of June in beautiful Fairport, NY, along the banks of the historic Erie Canal. The festival features over 200 artisans, more than 40 food and drink … Continue reading
Bring the kids…the Snowflake Festival in Jamestown is perfect for them! The Saturday, February 2 Snowflake Festival will have a variety of activities and opportunities, both indoor and out, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Outdoors will be snowshoe demonstrations … Continue reading
One of the most popular events of the holiday season begins on November 30 and runs for nine performances. It is the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s live performance of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” The venue for this new holiday … Continue reading