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Farmers' Market of the Week: Cooperstown

This week's market is the Cooperstown Farmers' Market, located just off Main Street in Pioneer Alley, Cooperstown.

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Calendar

Thursday, 8-11
East Meets West—Theater Workshop With Lanny Harrison Four Thursdays, August 11- September 1, 7–9 PMPresented off-site in the instructor’s East Meredith barn studio No pre-registration needed. For teens and adults$15 per session ($45 for 4 sessions for WKC members), payable to Lanny.  Call The Centre for directions (607)278-5454.
Friday, 8-12
he Hot Club of Cowtown seamlessly blends Western swing with the hot jazz style of the legendary gypsy string masters Stephane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt of the Quintette du Hot Club de France. The trio is internationally known for its jaw-dropping virtuosity and unforgettable live shows, which evoke both the smoky bistros of 1930s Paris and the hoedowns of the mythic American West.
Thursday, 8-18
East Meets West—Theater Workshop With Lanny Harrison Four Thursdays, August 11- September 1, 7–9 PMPresented off-site in the instructor’s East Meredith barn studio No pre-registration needed. For teens and adults$15 per session ($45 for 4 sessions for WKC members), payable to Lanny.  Call The Centre for directions (607)278-5454.  
Saturday, 8-20
Alash are masters of Tuvan throat singing (a remarkable vocal technique for singing multiple pitches at the same time), as well as being skilled traditional Tuvan instrumentalists. They are deeply committed to traditional Tuvan music and culture, while also being fans of western music. Alash exemplifies their belief that traditional music must constantly evolve, by subtly infusing their songs with western elements, thereby creating their own unique style that is fresh and new, yet true to their Tuvan musical heritage.
Thursday, 8-25
East Meets West—Theater Workshop With Lanny Harrison   Four Thursdays, August 11- September 1, 7–9 PMPresented off-site in the instructor’s East Meredith barn studio No pre-registration needed. For teens and adults$15 per session ($45 for 4 sessions for WKC members), payable to Lanny.  Call The Centre for directions (607)278-5454.    
Saturday, 8-27
August 27 & 28 Saturday & Sunday, 10AM–4PM $100 for both days ($80 WKC members) or $55 per day With Lisbeth Firmin & Richard KathmannSponsored by Golden Artist Colors & Williamsburg Paints
Saturday, 8-27
Darlingside uses inventive instrumentation, soaring harmonies, and a fusion of 60s folk, bluegrass, classical, and modern indie-rock sensibilities to create cinematic soundscapes and surreal dream spaces. The group’s exceptional songwriting, exquisite arrangements, wry (often literary) wit, and skillful vocal interplay yield quietly passionate songs with a folk rock groove. Their sound is successfully both retro and contemporary, with layers of textural experimentation and sunny melancholy.
Thursday, 9-1
East Meets West—Theater Workshop With Lanny Harrison   Four Thursdays, August 11- September 1, 7–9 PMPresented off-site in the instructor’s East Meredith barn studio No pre-registration needed. For teens and adults$15 per session ($45 for 4 sessions for WKC members), payable to Lanny.  Call The Centre for directions (607)278-5454.    
Friday, 9-2
Opening reception, Friday, September 2, 5–7 PM Exhibit runs from through November 5. Our annual fundraising exhibition will be a collection of artworks inspired by the natural environment of the northern Catskills and born from the inventive minds of area artists. (Artists needed! For guidelines, contact info@westkc.org or call (607)278-5454.)
Sunday, 9-4
Join us for our Labor Day party extraordinaire! The Centre’s 11th annual family-friendly summer’s-end celebration of the region’s “agri-cultural” bounty includes a full afternoon of foot-stompin’ music and entertainment. You can graze all day on scrumptious foods made from fresh local products; pick up fabulous baked goods; bid on artwork; shop a huge silent auction and rummage sale of antiques, goods, and services to benefit The WKC; enjoy the beer-tasting booth; keep the kids entertained with lots of kid-friendly games and activities; and shop for one-of-a-kind items from local vendors.