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Calendar

Friday, 11-28
Skydiving Santa and his elves make a landing at Hurds Christmas Tree Farm. Complimentary gift from Santa's pack and hot cocoas and candy canes for kids. Free hayrides out to plantation. Harvest your own tree. Tree farm open December weekends until December 14. Fresh wreaths. Food. Baling, drilling the trunk, assitance loading tree onto car. Visit our website and Facebook for more information.
Saturday, 11-29
Cooperstown Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday year round. The market draws 30 vendors from within a 50-mile radius, providing a wonderful array of local foods and hand-crafted items. The live music and seating area have made the market a community gathering place where old friends meet and new friends are made. See the website for hours of operation and special events 9 am–2 pm, Labor Day through December; 10 am– 2 pm, January through April; 8 am–2 pm, May through Labor Day; Summer Tuesday Markets, noon–5 pm, July and August.
Saturday, 11-29
Open-air farmers’ market offering local foods, including fruits and vegetables, grass-fed meats, poultry, eggs, cheeses, maple products, honey, chutneys and sauces, preserves, and baked goods, plus unique handmade crafts and jewelry. Live music, free tastings and special events. 9 am–1 pm, Saturdays, May 24 through December; Winter hours 9 am–1 pm, 2nd & 4th Saturdays, January through May.
Saturday, 11-29
Join us at Burn Ayr Farm for your holiday shopping! Featuring local products, and Christmas trees, decorations and more! Burn Ayr Farm MeatsBeef, Chicken & Pork Ideuma Creek AlpacaScarves, Hats, Mittens & Socks Tay Tea Apple Sax Bakery Annie HayesHooked Rugs & Organic Soap Maplewood FarmMaple Little Delaware Pottery Greentree Home Candle
Saturday, 11-29
Lucky Dog Farm Store has many local vendors who work hard to create lovely and funcitonal products. Come visit and see what they are making for the holidays! Vendors will be in attendance to show off their wares. The event is free with many local items for sale. Free reusable shopping bad for first 16 purchasers! Complimentary hot cider will be available while you shop. Lucky Dog Farm Store Cowbella Creamery Rachelle's Rustic Wreath Discomedusa Roscoe NY Beer Company
Saturday, 12-6
Open to youth ages five (5) and above, the annual Winter Workshops of Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC)’s 4-H Youth Development program is an opportunity for families to get crafty before the holiday season. On Saturday, December 6, 2014, participants can enjoy 10 stations of make-and-take activities including a community service project. This program will take place from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at the CCESC Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center on 64 Ferndale-Loomis Road in Liberty. The snow date for this program is Sunday, December 7.
Tuesday, 12-16
The Center for Agricultural Development & Entrepreneurship (CADE) and Lucky Dog Organic Farm today announced the Lucky Dog Local Food Hub has been selected for funding through the Local Food Promotion Program (LFPP) of the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service. The Hub currently offers product aggregation and transportation, buyer introductions and educational workshops.
Wednesday, 12-17
Join Ryan Tripani and Jim Walsh of the Catskill Forest Association and Gary Mead of Fruitful Furnishings the third Wednesday of each month for "From the Forest" on 91.3FM WIOX Community Radio (streaming live at www.wioxradio.org) from 6-7 p.m. Learn about tree identification and the in-season Catskill forest experience from experts in the field.