Tag: Local Farms

Samascott’s Indoor Craft Fair, Dec 11

 

Samascott’s Garden Market in Kinderhook is hosting their 2nd annual Indoor Craft Fair on Saturday, December 11th. The fair will be held inside the main greenhouse, and will include local foods and crafts, essential oil soaps, acrylic paintings, wooden toys, jewelry, cookies & cupcakes, gourmet cheese spreads, chocolates & olive oil, Nine Pin Cider, and more. 

Columbia-Greene Humane Society will be on site accepting donations of dry cat food, blankets, towels & sheets.
 
It’s a great place to do your holiday gift shopping while supporting small, local businesses.

DATES/TIME: Saturday, December 11, 2021 / 10am – 3pm

LOCATION: Samascott’s Garden Market
65 Chatham Street
Kinderhook, NY

MORE:
Samascott.com
facebook.com/SamascottOrchards
instagram.com/samascottorchards

 

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Greenhouse Cidery Reopening Weekend, May 2021

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The Greenhouse Cidery at Chatham Berry Farm is reopening this weekend – Thursday 5/6, Friday 5/7 & Saturday 5/8! The Cidery will have their own small batch hard cider on tap + a great selection of NY made beers, wines and spirits.

Yummy Kitchen will be back for the 2021 Season – Get ready for the BEST pan-Asian cuisine prepared on site from fresh & delicious ingredients!

Masks required and social distancing.

DATE/TIMEThursday May 6, Friday May 7 & Saturday May 8 / 5pm-9pm

LOCATION: The Greenhouse Cidery at The Chatham Berry Farm
2309 Route 203,
Chatham, NY  12037 

MORE:
www.thechathamberryfarm.com
facebook.com/thechathamberryfarm
instagram.com/thegreenhousecidery

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Samascott’s Annual Corn Maze is Open

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Every year, Samascott’s Garden Market in Kinderhook designs and creates a unique, corn maze for visitors to explore.

This year marks the 9th annual Corn Maze, and it is a special dedicated to Kayla Samascott Wilson , who passed away in February after a 5-year battle with breast cancer. She was 36 years young with a husband, two young children, and many family members and friends who loved her much.

Kayla loved the farm and played an important role in the family business. She never missed a corn maze with her little ones. In honor of Kayla’s favorite ice cream order ~ small twist with rainbow sprinkles ~ please enjoy free sprinkles on your free ice cream when you find all 8 of the stations that are hidden inside the maze.

DATES/TIME: Weekends through end of October 2020
11 am – 4 pm (last entry)
For Weekday entry, see a cashier

ADMISSION: $8 per person. Children under 4 are free.

Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Strollers are not recommended.

LOCATION:
Samascott’s Garden Market
65 Chatham Street
Kinderhook, NY

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facebook.com/SamascottOrchards
instagram.com/samascottorchards

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Queer Night on the Farm – OutHudson’s Annual Farm Event, Sep 16

Join OutHudson and Lil’ Deb’s Oasis for a safe, and free, gathering at Chaseholm Farm, with local friends and queer family.

119598399_2387398728231248_9059122156332551603_oHighlights of the night include a movie screening, bonfire, and shows by Davon and Celeste. The evening will feature a screening Kiki (2017; Sara Jordenö) and Community Action Center (2010; AL Steiner, AK Burns).

Light snacks will be provided for free. Fresh baguettes, local cheese, and drinks will be available for purchase. Please bring warm clothes and a blanket. Masks and physical distancing are required. CDC and NYSDOH safety precautions will be followed.

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 / 6pm – 10pm

LOCATION: Chaseholm Farm
115 Chase Rd,
Pine Plains, New York 12567

ADMISSION: Free & All Are Welcome

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OutHudson.com
facebook.com/OutHudson
facebook.com/chaseholmfarm
facebook.com/lildebsoasis

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Support Our Farming Community

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The Columbia Land Conservancy (CLC) has some great ideas to support our farming community during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of those ideas is purchasing food from local farms.

New York State considers farms and farmers markets to be essential during this time. Local farms are still open, but you may have to be flexible to purchase their products. Find your favorite farms online or call to see if they are taking pre-orders for pick up or offering delivery services while we all practice social distancing. CLC has created a directory of Columbia County Farms to find available local farm products.

Another idea is to sign up for a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share. CSA memberships offset some of a farmer’s early operational costs and allow them to invest in their growing season, while you enjoy fresh food as it is ready for harvest. Click here to find a CSA near you.

MORE:
http://clctrust.org
facebook.com/ColumbiaLandConservancy
instagram.com/clctrust

info@clctrust.org
518.392.5252

 

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