Upcoming Events

Kurpil Family Fiddlers

August 26 @ 2:00 pm EDT | 332 Main Street
, Grahamsville, NY 12740 United States

The Kurpil Family Fiddlers will perform their toe tapping fiddle music while intermingling local   fiddle music history, song history and the origins of fiddling. Includes an exhibit of fiddle photos and memorabilia. Light refreshments are included. 

Neversink History Afternoon

September 9 @ 1:00 pm EDT | 332 Main Street
, Grahamsville, NY 12740 United States

Photos, records, stories and artifacts from the Town of Neversink. Includes a special program and speaker. Come and share your Neversink history!

Waterwheel Demonstration

October 14 @ 2:00 pm EDT | 332 Main Street
, Grahamsville, NY 12740 United States

Come and see our waterwheel supplying water to the milk house and running early equipment! Learn how water has been used by farmers over time and how it is safeguarded today. Light refreshments are included.

Lost Towns

October 21 @ 2:00 pm EDT | 332 Main Street
, Grahamsville, NY 12740 United States

Wes and Barbara Gottlock, authors of  Lost Towns of the Hudson Valley will speak about the lost towns of the Ashokan Reservoir, brick making in the town of Roseton near Newburgh and Camp Shanks/Shanks Village in Rockland County. Light refreshments are included.

Needle Arts From the Past for Today: Cross Stitch

October 28 @ 2:00 pm EDT | 332 Main Street
, Grahamsville, NY 12740 United States

Cross stitch is one of the oldest needle arts and still very popular today. Join Penny Coombe and friends to learn some of the history of cross stitch, view examples and try your hand at a small project. Age eight and up are welcome – no experience is needed! Pre-registration required.

The Art and Craft of Catskill Leather

November 4 @ 2:00 pm EST | 332 Main Street
, Grahamsville, NY 12740 United States

Ryan Trapani, Director of Forest Services for the Catskill Forest Association, will discuss the impacts of the hemlock bark tanning industry on Catskill communities and forests. He will also describe how he uses hemlock bark today to convert   deerskins into leather. Light refreshments are included.

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