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Cooperstown Pride Block Party

The Cooperstown Pride Block Party is set to take place on Sunday,June 30th, from 11 AM to 2 PM at Pioneer Park (Main St and Pioneer St).

‘Haight Street Rat’ by famed artist Banksy on view this summer in Cooperstown

The exhibition, Banksy: The Haight Street Rat, is on view May 18 through September 8 at Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown.

First Day Hike – Glimmerglass State Park

First Day Hike takes place on Monday, January 1, 2024 at Glimmerglass State Park, Cooperstown, Otsego County, NY.

Storyteller Perry Ground Coming to Fenimore Art Museum

Join master storyteller and cultural educator Perry Ground for a family-friendly performance of stories from the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Longhouse.

Chris Thomas and Friends - Dancers 2023

Celebrate Native America at Fenimore Art Museum on August 19

Free, family-friendly event on August 19 includes a Haudenosaunee history presentation and a performance of traditional social dance.

Preschool Tuesdays Start June 6 at The Farmers’ Museum

Preschool Tuesdays at the Farmers’ Museum now offers two sessions every Tuesday in June: 10:00am and 3:00pm.

Kids’ STEAM Program at the Farmers’ Museum

Week-long STEAM Camps for Kids this summer at The Farmers’ Museum

Week-long STEAM sessions for kids take place July 10-14 and August 7-11 at the Farmers’ Museum. Register by June 16.

Fenimore Art Museum’s Glimmer Globe Theatre Announces Auditions for This Summer’s Lakeside Performance of The Tempest

Glimmer Globe Theatre Auditions for The Tempest

 Fenimore Art Museum’s Glimmer Globe Theatre will hold open auditions for a new production of Shakespeare’s fantastical final work, The Tempest. In-person auditions will take place at Fenimore on Thursday, April 20 from 5:00-7:30 p.m. 

Fenimore Art Museum Food For Thought Lunch and Lecture Series

Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown announces the 2023 Food For Thought Lunch and Lecture Series Schedule with dates through November.

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Herbal Remedies at The Farmers’ Museum

Discover How Plants Were Used as Medicine in the 19th Century at Herbal Remedies Weekend at The Farmers’ Museum

Saturday, June 22, event features herbalist and farmer, AC Stauble

Herbal Remedies Weekend
Saturday and Sunday, June 22–23, 2024 • 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown, NY

COOPERSTOWN, NY — Learn the various ways plants were used as medicine and how they were produced in the mid 19th century during The Farmers’ Museum’s Herbal Remedies Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, June 22 and 23 from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. The event features herbalist and farmer, ACStauble, who leads a workshop sharing how she produces skin soothing herbal infused salves on Saturday (June 22) from 3:00-4:30pm. She will also offer an herbal extracts demo and sell her products on-site throughout the day.

At the Farmers’ Museum both days

Watch the blacksmith create lab equipment used in the distillation of medical extracts. Tour our medical specimen garden. See medical advertising printed on the museum’s vintage press. At the Lippitt Farmhouse, interpreters show and discuss simple home remedies that every farm family was well versed in producing. Explore the grounds with a Garden Tour or a Weed Walk. You’ll also find everything else that makes the museum a great day trip—the friendly farm animals, the Cardiff Giant, the Empire State Carousel, Todd’s General Store, and more! See a full schedule at FarmersMuseum.org.

Entry to Herbal Remedies Weekend is included with regular museum admission.

The Museum has teamed up with Museums for All, which provides those receiving food assistance (SNAP) benefits with free admission, for up to four people. Find more information at FarmersMuseum.org.

About AC Stauble

AC Stauble is an herb farmer, herbalist, product maker, educator and podcaster in South Edmeston, New York on traditional Oneida lands, where she grows hundreds of varieties of medicinal herbs, fruits, trees and fungi. Using her homegrown herbs, Stauble creates small batch, hand-made herbal remedies like skin soothing salve, muscle rub, tinctures, teas and more under the brand, Traveling Herb Farmer. She sells her wares at the Cooperstown Farmer’s Market and online at TravelingHerbFarmer.com.

About The Farmers’ Museum

As one of the oldest rural life museums in the country, The Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown, New York, provides visitors with a unique opportunity to experience 19th-century rural and village life first-hand through authentic demonstrations and interpretative exhibits. The museum, founded in 1943, comprises a Colonial Revival stone barn listed on the National Register for Historic Places, a recreated historic village circa 1845, the Empire State Carousel, and a working farmstead. Through its 19th-century village and farm, the museum preserves important examples of upstate New York architecture, early agricultural tools and equipment, and heritage livestock. The Farmers’ Museum’s outstanding collection of more than 23,000 items encompasses significant historic objects ranging from butter molds to carriages, and hand planes to plows. The museum also presents a broad range of interactive educational programs for school groups, families, and adults that explore and preserve the rich agricultural history of the region. Visit FarmersMuseum.org for more information.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free-range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.

Cooperstown Pride Block Party

Cooperstown Pride Block Party

This event takes place on Sunday, June 30th, from 11 AM to 2 PM at Pioneer Park, Cooperstown, NY.

Cooperstown Pride Block Party, Image provided by Destination Marketing, Otsego and Schoharie TPAJune is Pride Month in the state of New York, a celebration of LGBTQ+ self-identity, inclusivity, and equality. To celebrate, local businesses and community members have partnered with the Otsego Pride Alliance to present the first annual Cooperstown Pride Block Party.

Attendees can anticipate a variety of family-friendly activities, including free face painting, kid’s crafts, and games, along with a special appearance by the Hill City Ice Queens. Additionally, there will be lively DJ-sets featuring DJ Raphael and special guests from the community.

To learn more about this years Pride Block Party visit www.cooperstownpride.com.

You can find more events near you at Mohawk Valley Today Events.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free-range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free-range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free-range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free-range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free-range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free-range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.

Cooperstown Farmer's Market

Cooperstown Farmers’ Market

Shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty.

Growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles of Cooperstown, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free-range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, plants, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts, and more! Enjoy live local music at the Market every Saturday, 10 am to noon.

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, founded by Otsego 2000 in 1991, supports local growers, producers, and artisans and offers a direct connection between producer and consumer. A Saturday ritual for many, the Farmers’ Market is a welcoming place of community.

Take a look at the recipes we’ve gathered that feature Farmers’ Market ingredients!

Open Year-round

Saturday Markets

May through December: 9 am – 2 pm

January through April: 10 am – 2 pm

Tuesday Markets

July, August & September, 12 pm – 5 pm

SNAP and FMNP Welcome!

The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market and the Cooperstown Lions Club have partnered to offer SNAP Match. SNAP Match enables customers to stretch their grocery dollars by doubling an EBT coin distribution with SNAP Match Vouchers. In 2020, the Community Foundation of Otsego County provided a grant to increase the SNAP Match by $10 in light of the pandemic. The SNAP Match PLUS program provides a 1:1 match up to $15, PLUS an extra $10. Market customers using $15 or more in SNAP benefits will receive an extra $25 to spend at the Market.