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Because of the Coronal Virus Pandemic, Many immediate and upcoming Events across NY State have either been modified or postponed. Please consult individual Event websites to get the latest updated information.
 

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Events for June 1

Antique Boat Museum Opens for 2020

Antique Boat Museum Opens for 2020
Location: 750 Mary St., Clayton, NY, 13624
Phone: 1-315-686-4104
Plan a trip to North America's premier freshwater nautical museum in North America. The Antique Boat Museum's galleries overflow with more than 300 unique and beautifully-preserved boats and thousands of recreational boating artifacts relating to the history and culture of boating in North America and the St. Lawrence River in particular. It also hosts speed boat rides, boat shows, educational programs for all ages, special events and more.
 

Events for June 5

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Taste of Syracuse is Happening!

Taste of Syracuse is Happening! Time: 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: TOPS Friendly Markets
Location: Clinton Square , Syracuse , NY, 13202
Phone: 315-471-9597
Get ready for The Summit Federal Credit Union Taste of Syracuse, Central New York’s biggest two-day food and music festival! Despite the pandemic, it will take place this year but with a twist - it will all be virtual! “Tastes” of the live festival, such as “best of” music from year’s past and present, food segments, contests, celebrity shout-outs and more will also be available on the event’s website and Facebook page along with a schedule of the online events that will happen both Friday and Saturday, June 5 & 6. And many of our restaurants will be offering delicious Taste Takeouts for you to enjoy. We’ll talk to them and take a look at the delicious items that they’ll be offering during the virtual Taste of Syracuse weekend. The Taste is THE kick off event and starts the annual summer festival season in and around Clinton Square. Taste of Syracuse brings out the most exciting food and music throughout Central New York.
 

Events for June 6

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Taste of Syracuse is Happening!

Taste of Syracuse is Happening! Time: 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: TOPS Friendly Markets
Location: Clinton Square , Syracuse , NY, 13202
Phone: 315-471-9597
Get ready for The Summit Federal Credit Union Taste of Syracuse, Central New York’s biggest two-day food and music festival! Despite the pandemic, it will take place this year but with a twist - it will all be virtual! “Tastes” of the live festival, such as “best of” music from year’s past and present, food segments, contests, celebrity shout-outs and more will also be available on the event’s website and Facebook page along with a schedule of the online events that will happen both Friday and Saturday, June 5 & 6. And many of our restaurants will be offering delicious Taste Takeouts for you to enjoy. We’ll talk to them and take a look at the delicious items that they’ll be offering during the virtual Taste of Syracuse weekend. The Taste is THE kick off event and starts the annual summer festival season in and around Clinton Square. Taste of Syracuse brings out the most exciting food and music throughout Central New York.
 

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad: Blues Express

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad: Blues Express Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Location: Milford Depot, 136 E Main St, Cooperstown, NY, 13807
Phone: 1-607-432-2429
The Cooperstown Blues Express is the area's only Rolling Nightclub! Join us for a 3 Hour Rockin' Blues Party every Saturday night featuring some of the best bands in upstate N.Y. Riders can enjoy food and drink. Full cash bar with beer and wines. No outside food or beverages are permitted. The train starts boarding at 6:30 PM at the Milford train depot, hits the tracks at 7:00 pm sharp and arrives back in Milford around 10 PM. Tickets to board are cash only. You must be 21 with valid I.D. to ride. Dancing room is limited so reservations are suggested for larger groups.
 

Madeline's Festival at Fort Ontario

Madeline's Festival at Fort Ontario Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fort Ontario State Historic Site
Location: 1 E. Fourth St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 315-343-4711
“Madeline” fans can celebrate Oswego’s connection with the children’s book character created by author Ludwig Bemelmans, who wrote the beloved children’s books about a brave little girl named Madeline. He served as a private in the U.S. Army and was stationed at Fort Ontario in 1917. This FREE festival includes a variety of crafts, games, kite flying, book readings, marionettes, a parade, ice cream social, performances of ‘Madeline and the Gypsies’ an original skit based on the Madeline books and other free activities. For information about the Madeline Festival, call Fort Ontario State Historic Site at 315-343- 4711 or visit http://historicfortontario.com .
 

Events for June 7

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Events for June 11

Alive at Five

Alive at Five Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: City of Albany
Location: Jennings Landing , Albany , NY,
Phone: 518-434-2032
Email: http://www.albanyevents.org/
Celebrating 31 years of music in 2020, Albany’s signature free concert series premiered in the summer of 1990 with a performance by legendary folk artist Richie Havens, and has since grown into a staple of summer in the Capital Region. Showcasing a diverse lineup of big names, up-and-coming acts and the region’s most talented original artists, Alive at Five offers eight weeks of FREE, critically-acclaimed performances catering to nearly every taste.
 

Events for June 12

Trailblazer Festival

Trailblazer Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Host/Presenter: 100.9 The Cat
Location: Hunter Mountain, 64 Klein Ave., Catskill , NY, 12442
Phone: 1-800-486-8376
Experience 3 days of country music and camping at Hunter Mountain this June! On the grounds of the former Taste of Country Music Festival, this event brings you two stages, 30+ artists, and more. Headliners featured are Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley and Thomas Rhett!
 

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Great NYS Food & Wine Festival

Great NYS Food & Wine Festival Time: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cerow Recreation Park Arena
Location: 615 E. Line Road, Clayton, NY, 13624
Phone: 1-315-686-3771
This three-day festival is a celebration of all things New York food and beverage, featuring vendors from as far away as Buffalo and Long Island, along with live music daily. Enjoy quality "Made in New York" food and wine products including candy and cheeses, nuts, sauces, herbs and spices, maple syrup and other maple products, apple cider, cookies and ice cream and, of course, NYS wines.
 

Capital District Annual Polish Fest - CANCELED

Capital District Annual Polish Fest - CANCELED Time: 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa Church
Location: 250 Old Maxwell Road, Latham, NY, 12110
The Capital District’s PolishFest is a celebration of Polish heritage – the food, music, art, language, customs and the culture of the Polish people. The annual Festival is held on the grounds of Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa Church conveniently located at 250 Old Maxwell Rd., Latham, NY just off I-87. The Festival features a vast array of favorite traditional Polish foods, including pierogi (stuffed dumplings), golabki (cabbage rolls), kielbasa (sausage), Bigos (hunter stew), Borscht (beet soup) and a huge assortment of gourmet Polish desserts lovingly prepared by our parishioners. Music and traditional Polish dances entertain festival-goers throughout the day.
 

Seneca Lake Wine Trail's Smokin' Summer Kickoff

Seneca Lake Wine Trail's Smokin' Summer Kickoff Time: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Seneca Lake Wine Trail
Location: 2 N. Franklin St. #320, Watkins Glen, NY, 14891
Phone: 1-877-536-2717
Kick off summer with three days of local wine and summer food pairings. Smokin’ Summer Kickoff is the perfect way to kickoff the season. Participants will enjoy a self-guided tour around beautiful Seneca Lake, while sampling local wine and seasonal food pairings at more than twenty participating Seneca Lake Wine Trail wineries. Tickets are valid for the duration of the event weekend. Groups of 19 or less may attend together without making additional appointments. Advance Tickets: $40 single ticket $30 designated driver ticket $675 Weekend Packages (2 individual event tickets, 2 night stay, 8 hours transport) by Sip Back & Relax Tours
 

Events for June 13

Trailblazer Festival

Trailblazer Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Host/Presenter: 100.9 The Cat
Location: Hunter Mountain, 64 Klein Ave., Catskill , NY, 12442
Phone: 1-800-486-8376
Experience 3 days of country music and camping at Hunter Mountain this June! On the grounds of the former Taste of Country Music Festival, this event brings you two stages, 30+ artists, and more. Headliners featured are Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley and Thomas Rhett!
 

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Capital District Annual Polish Fest - CANCELED

Capital District Annual Polish Fest - CANCELED Time: 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa Church
Location: 250 Old Maxwell Road, Latham, NY, 12110
The Capital District’s PolishFest is a celebration of Polish heritage – the food, music, art, language, customs and the culture of the Polish people. The annual Festival is held on the grounds of Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa Church conveniently located at 250 Old Maxwell Rd., Latham, NY just off I-87. The Festival features a vast array of favorite traditional Polish foods, including pierogi (stuffed dumplings), golabki (cabbage rolls), kielbasa (sausage), Bigos (hunter stew), Borscht (beet soup) and a huge assortment of gourmet Polish desserts lovingly prepared by our parishioners. Music and traditional Polish dances entertain festival-goers throughout the day.
 

The Old Erie Canal Boat Float & Bash

The Old Erie Canal Boat Float & Bash Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum
Location: 717 Lakeport Road, Chittenango, NY, 13037
Phone: 1-315-687-3801
Paddle the scenic and calm waters of the historic Old Erie Canal! Let's fill the Old Erie Canal waterway with colorful kayaks, canoes, and paddle boards. Choose from 4 launch locations depending on your preferred distance. All paddlers end at the Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum at 2 pm for the Boat Float Bash with music and food trucks! Visit Kayak rentals are available through: Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum. Please reserve by June 5th. Call the museum (315) 687-3801 or email info@clcbm.org. Oswego Expeditions.Must be reserved by the Friday before the event. Includes paddle, PFD, and boat delivery (drop off and pick up). Call (315) 561-0223 or email oswegoexpeditions@gmail.com. Morse Kayak Rentals in Cazenovia has kayaks and stand-up paddle boards for rent. Reserve by phone at 315-655-2400. Must be reserved by the Friday before the event.
 

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad: Blues Express

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad: Blues Express Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Location: Milford Depot, 136 E Main St, Cooperstown, NY, 13807
Phone: 1-607-432-2429
The Cooperstown Blues Express is the area's only Rolling Nightclub! Join us for a 3 Hour Rockin' Blues Party every Saturday night featuring some of the best bands in upstate N.Y. Riders can enjoy food and drink. Full cash bar with beer and wines. No outside food or beverages are permitted. The train starts boarding at 6:30 PM at the Milford train depot, hits the tracks at 7:00 pm sharp and arrives back in Milford around 10 PM. Tickets to board are cash only. You must be 21 with valid I.D. to ride. Dancing room is limited so reservations are suggested for larger groups.
 

Great NYS Food & Wine Festival

Great NYS Food & Wine Festival Time: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cerow Recreation Park Arena
Location: 615 E. Line Road, Clayton, NY, 13624
Phone: 1-315-686-3771
This three-day festival is a celebration of all things New York food and beverage, featuring vendors from as far away as Buffalo and Long Island, along with live music daily. Enjoy quality "Made in New York" food and wine products including candy and cheeses, nuts, sauces, herbs and spices, maple syrup and other maple products, apple cider, cookies and ice cream and, of course, NYS wines.
 

Seneca Lake Wine Trail's Smokin' Summer Kickoff

Seneca Lake Wine Trail's Smokin' Summer Kickoff Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Seneca Lake Wine Trail
Location: 2 N. Franklin St. #320, Watkins Glen, NY, 14891
Phone: 1-877-536-2717
Kick off summer with three days of local wine and summer food pairings. Smokin’ Summer Kickoff is the perfect way to kickoff the season. Participants will enjoy a self-guided tour around beautiful Seneca Lake, while sampling local wine and seasonal food pairings at more than twenty participating Seneca Lake Wine Trail wineries. Tickets are valid for the duration of the event weekend. Groups of 19 or less may attend together without making additional appointments. Advance Tickets: $40 single ticket $30 designated driver ticket $675 Weekend Packages (2 individual event tickets, 2 night stay, 8 hours transport) by Sip Back & Relax Tours
 

Art on Lark - POSTPONED - TBA

Art on Lark - POSTPONED - TBA Time: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: Lark Street , Albany, NY, 12210
Phone: 1-518-248-9770
This annual summer street festival that celebrates local art and artisans in Albany and draws in a yearly attendance of nearly 10,000 people. One day each year in June the city’s historic Lark Street is shut down to traffic and transformed by artists' displays including painters, photographers, jewelers, sculptors, ceramicists, live performances, and music. Shoppers can enjoy all the regular businesses Lark Street has to offer including cafés, restaurants, gift shops, and bars, as well as more than 50 local artists popping up for the day with their individual booths. Attendees can also enjoy food, drinks, live music, and the best of Lark Street! Art on Lark is the second largest street festival in upstate New York and has been voted the Capital Region’s Best Arts Event by both the Times Union Readers Poll and Metroland.
 

Blacksmithing Weekend at Farmers Museum

Blacksmithing Weekend at Farmers Museum Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Farmers' Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80, Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Hear the bellows blow and watch hot iron worked by hammer at Blacksmithing Weekend. Demonstrating traditional tool and hardware making, blacksmiths working on a number of forges will show the versatility of the blacksmith's craft. Learn tips and secrets of the trade from our knowledgeable staff and visiting blacksmiths. Included with regular museum admission––free for members!
 

LARAC June Arts Festival

LARAC June Arts Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: City Park
Location: Glen Falls, NY
Phone: 518-798-1144 ext.2
The LARAC June Arts Festival is one of the premier summer events in the southern Adirondack Region, drawing crowds of more than 15,000. This spectacular weekend arts and craft festival offers a variety of handmade items such as jewelry, fine art, textiles, decorative items for your home, garden decor, and so much more. Local and specialty foods will also be available on-site. There is live musical entertainment provided by local musicians along with children's activities, arts demonstrations, not-for-profit exhibitors, and concessions. Located in beautiful downtown Glens Falls’ City Park, this event takes place rain or shine and is FREE and open to the public.
 

Events for June 14

Trailblazer Festival

Trailblazer Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Host/Presenter: 100.9 The Cat
Location: Hunter Mountain, 64 Klein Ave., Catskill , NY, 12442
Phone: 1-800-486-8376
Experience 3 days of country music and camping at Hunter Mountain this June! On the grounds of the former Taste of Country Music Festival, this event brings you two stages, 30+ artists, and more. Headliners featured are Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley and Thomas Rhett!
 

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Capital District Annual Polish Fest - CANCELED

Capital District Annual Polish Fest - CANCELED Time: 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa Church
Location: 250 Old Maxwell Road, Latham, NY, 12110
The Capital District’s PolishFest is a celebration of Polish heritage – the food, music, art, language, customs and the culture of the Polish people. The annual Festival is held on the grounds of Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa Church conveniently located at 250 Old Maxwell Rd., Latham, NY just off I-87. The Festival features a vast array of favorite traditional Polish foods, including pierogi (stuffed dumplings), golabki (cabbage rolls), kielbasa (sausage), Bigos (hunter stew), Borscht (beet soup) and a huge assortment of gourmet Polish desserts lovingly prepared by our parishioners. Music and traditional Polish dances entertain festival-goers throughout the day.
 

Seneca Lake Wine Trail's Smokin' Summer Kickoff

Seneca Lake Wine Trail's Smokin' Summer Kickoff Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Seneca Lake Wine Trail
Location: 2 N. Franklin St. #320, Watkins Glen, NY, 14891
Phone: 1-877-536-2717
Kick off summer with three days of local wine and summer food pairings. Smokin’ Summer Kickoff is the perfect way to kickoff the season. Participants will enjoy a self-guided tour around beautiful Seneca Lake, while sampling local wine and seasonal food pairings at more than twenty participating Seneca Lake Wine Trail wineries. Tickets are valid for the duration of the event weekend. Groups of 19 or less may attend together without making additional appointments. Advance Tickets: $40 single ticket $30 designated driver ticket $675 Weekend Packages (2 individual event tickets, 2 night stay, 8 hours transport) by Sip Back & Relax Tours
 

Great NYS Food & Wine Festival

Great NYS Food & Wine Festival Time: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cerow Recreation Park Arena
Location: 615 E. Line Road, Clayton, NY, 13624
Phone: 1-315-686-3771
This three-day festival is a celebration of all things New York food and beverage, featuring vendors from as far away as Buffalo and Long Island, along with live music daily. Enjoy quality "Made in New York" food and wine products including candy and cheeses, nuts, sauces, herbs and spices, maple syrup and other maple products, apple cider, cookies and ice cream and, of course, NYS wines.
 

Beekman Street Art Fair

Beekman Street Art Fair Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Arts District on Beekman, Inc
Location: Beekman Street Arts District, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 1-518-583-2129
Email: artsonbeekman@gmail.com
The annual Beekman Street Art Fair will kick off summer in Saratoga Springs in the Beekman Street Art District. This family-friendly event will feature work by juried fine artists and craft artisans as well as performances under the big tent on Ash and Beekman, roaming street performers and specialty and gourmet food trucks. Sample show specials and ‘after the fair’ entertainment at the restaurants and clubs in the neighborhood. Enjoy a fun and inspiring day on Beekman Street – rain or shine! Produced by The Arts District on Beekman, Inc in collaboration with Saratoga Arts.
 

LARAC June Arts Festival

LARAC June Arts Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: City Park
Location: Glen Falls, NY
Phone: 518-798-1144 ext.2
The LARAC June Arts Festival is one of the premier summer events in the southern Adirondack Region, drawing crowds of more than 15,000. This spectacular weekend arts and craft festival offers a variety of handmade items such as jewelry, fine art, textiles, decorative items for your home, garden decor, and so much more. Local and specialty foods will also be available on-site. There is live musical entertainment provided by local musicians along with children's activities, arts demonstrations, not-for-profit exhibitors, and concessions. Located in beautiful downtown Glens Falls’ City Park, this event takes place rain or shine and is FREE and open to the public.
 

Events for June 18

Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival - CANCELED

Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival - CANCELED Host/Presenter: Maple Ridge Center
Location: 7421 East Road, Lowville, NY, 13367
Phone: 315-376-4963
Email: keith@beavercamp.org
The Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival invites you come and have a pickin’ good time on your Fathers' Day Weekend! Weekend pass includes rough camping BEFORE JUNE 1, 2020. Food Booths will be open throughout the weekend. For information on tickets, camping and more, visit the festival website (listed above)
 

Alive at Five

Alive at Five Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: City of Albany
Location: Jennings Landing , Albany , NY,
Phone: 518-434-2032
Email: http://www.albanyevents.org/
Celebrating 31 years of music in 2020, Albany’s signature free concert series premiered in the summer of 1990 with a performance by legendary folk artist Richie Havens, and has since grown into a staple of summer in the Capital Region. Showcasing a diverse lineup of big names, up-and-coming acts and the region’s most talented original artists, Alive at Five offers eight weeks of FREE, critically-acclaimed performances catering to nearly every taste.
 

Events for June 19

Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival - CANCELED

Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival - CANCELED Host/Presenter: Maple Ridge Center
Location: 7421 East Road, Lowville, NY, 13367
Phone: 315-376-4963
Email: keith@beavercamp.org
The Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival invites you come and have a pickin’ good time on your Fathers' Day Weekend! Weekend pass includes rough camping BEFORE JUNE 1, 2020. Food Booths will be open throughout the weekend. For information on tickets, camping and more, visit the festival website (listed above)
 

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival

Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival Host/Presenter: Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival
Location: 162 Prospect St, Ballston Spa, NY,
Phone: 1-518-480-7651
This family-friendly event celebrates the best of the capital region showcasing hot air balloons, top BBQ chefs from across the U.S., live music, local food, craft beer, a large marketplace and an amazing kids zone. Featuring: 6 BBQ chefs, firing up the smokers and grills 30 hot air balloons, ready to launch over the Adirondack Mountains 75 Exhibitors in the Marketplace: Arts, Crafts, Specialty Goods, and Sundries
 

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

Ithaca Reggae Fest - CANCELED FOR 2020

Ithaca Reggae Fest - CANCELED FOR 2020 Time: 8:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Host/Presenter: Stewart Park
Location: 702 Willow Ave., Ithaca, NY, 14850
Email: ithacareggaefest@gmail.com
This festival is dedicated to the protection of Cayuga Lake through a vibrant celebration of Ithaca’s legendary reggae community and its history. Spanning all genres of reggae, from dancehall to ragga, rub-a-dub to roots, the Friday night Sound Clash promises to move your body to the drum and the bass with mashups. The main event takes place on Saturday 11 AM to 10 PM in Ithaca’s historic Stewart Park with pre and after-parties June 19 and 20 at The Haunt. Weekend Passes and Saturday-only tickets are on sale now at IthacaReggaeFest.com. As always children under 16 are admitted free of charge to Stewart Park when accompanied by a parent or guardian.
 

Events for June 20

Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival - CANCELED

Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival - CANCELED Host/Presenter: Maple Ridge Center
Location: 7421 East Road, Lowville, NY, 13367
Phone: 315-376-4963
Email: keith@beavercamp.org
The Tug Hill Bluegrass Festival invites you come and have a pickin’ good time on your Fathers' Day Weekend! Weekend pass includes rough camping BEFORE JUNE 1, 2020. Food Booths will be open throughout the weekend. For information on tickets, camping and more, visit the festival website (listed above)
 

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival

Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival Host/Presenter: Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival
Location: 162 Prospect St, Ballston Spa, NY,
Phone: 1-518-480-7651
This family-friendly event celebrates the best of the capital region showcasing hot air balloons, top BBQ chefs from across the U.S., live music, local food, craft beer, a large marketplace and an amazing kids zone. Featuring: 6 BBQ chefs, firing up the smokers and grills 30 hot air balloons, ready to launch over the Adirondack Mountains 75 Exhibitors in the Marketplace: Arts, Crafts, Specialty Goods, and Sundries
 

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

Ithaca Reggae Fest - CANCELED FOR 2020

Ithaca Reggae Fest - CANCELED FOR 2020 Time: 8:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Host/Presenter: Stewart Park
Location: 702 Willow Ave., Ithaca, NY, 14850
Email: ithacareggaefest@gmail.com
This festival is dedicated to the protection of Cayuga Lake through a vibrant celebration of Ithaca’s legendary reggae community and its history. Spanning all genres of reggae, from dancehall to ragga, rub-a-dub to roots, the Friday night Sound Clash promises to move your body to the drum and the bass with mashups. The main event takes place on Saturday 11 AM to 10 PM in Ithaca’s historic Stewart Park with pre and after-parties June 19 and 20 at The Haunt. Weekend Passes and Saturday-only tickets are on sale now at IthacaReggaeFest.com. As always children under 16 are admitted free of charge to Stewart Park when accompanied by a parent or guardian.
 

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad: Blues Express

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad: Blues Express Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Location: Milford Depot, 136 E Main St, Cooperstown, NY, 13807
Phone: 1-607-432-2429
The Cooperstown Blues Express is the area's only Rolling Nightclub! Join us for a 3 Hour Rockin' Blues Party every Saturday night featuring some of the best bands in upstate N.Y. Riders can enjoy food and drink. Full cash bar with beer and wines. No outside food or beverages are permitted. The train starts boarding at 6:30 PM at the Milford train depot, hits the tracks at 7:00 pm sharp and arrives back in Milford around 10 PM. Tickets to board are cash only. You must be 21 with valid I.D. to ride. Dancing room is limited so reservations are suggested for larger groups.
 

Storm King's 2020 Summer Solstice Celebration - CANCELED

Storm King's 2020 Summer Solstice Celebration - CANCELED Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: 1 Museum Rd, New Windsor, NY, 12553
Phone: 845-534-3115
Email: summersolstice@stormkingartcenter.org
The Summer Solstice Celebration is Storm King Art Center’s premier Hudson Valley event. Amidst the picturesque landscape, guests will enjoy signature cocktails, a delicious three-course meal, private tours, a performance by The Dream Unfinished and Eva Alt, and viewings of our major exhibitions, Mark Dion: Follies and Outlooks: Jean Shin. The Summer Solstice Celebration continues to be a truly unparalleled experience celebrating all that the Hudson Valley has to offer.
 

Events for June 21

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival

Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival Host/Presenter: Saratoga Balloon & BBQ Festival
Location: 162 Prospect St, Ballston Spa, NY,
Phone: 1-518-480-7651
This family-friendly event celebrates the best of the capital region showcasing hot air balloons, top BBQ chefs from across the U.S., live music, local food, craft beer, a large marketplace and an amazing kids zone. Featuring: 6 BBQ chefs, firing up the smokers and grills 30 hot air balloons, ready to launch over the Adirondack Mountains 75 Exhibitors in the Marketplace: Arts, Crafts, Specialty Goods, and Sundries
 

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

Events for June 22

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

Events for June 23

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

Events for June 24

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

Events for June 25

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

Alive at Five

Alive at Five Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: City of Albany
Location: Jennings Landing , Albany , NY,
Phone: 518-434-2032
Email: http://www.albanyevents.org/
Celebrating 31 years of music in 2020, Albany’s signature free concert series premiered in the summer of 1990 with a performance by legendary folk artist Richie Havens, and has since grown into a staple of summer in the Capital Region. Showcasing a diverse lineup of big names, up-and-coming acts and the region’s most talented original artists, Alive at Five offers eight weeks of FREE, critically-acclaimed performances catering to nearly every taste.
 

Events for June 26

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

ZooBrew

ZooBrew Time: 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Seneca Park Zoo
Location: 2222 Saint Paul Street, Rochester, NY, 14621
Phone: 1-585-336-7200
This 21-and-over Happy Hour features regional beers, a variety of wines, live music, food and animal experiences. ZooBrew is becoming more popular among Rochesterians every year with record attendance and a long history of successful fundraising for the Zoo’s conservation and education programs. Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the Front Gate and include event admission, live music, and animal experiences. Beer, wine, and food will be available for purchase. Beer and wine tents accept CASH ONLY. Tickets are not date specific and can be used for any 2020 summer ZooBrew. This event is held rain or shine. **Must be 21 or older to attend.
 

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Catskills Getaway Weekend – Gourmet Meal and Meditations

Catskills Getaway Weekend – Gourmet Meal and Meditations Host/Presenter: Kadampa Meditation Center NY
Location: 47 Sweeney Road, Glen Spey, NY, 12737
Phone: 845-856-9000
Email: info@kadampanewyork.org
Enjoy a weekend away from the busyness of daily life. Start your getaway Friday evening with a relaxing meditation and a delicious meal in the Kadampa World Peace Temple and cafe. Saturday morning, take our workshop and learn how meditation can help us be happier and solve our problems. The Meditation Workshop topic is “A Life of Less Stress”. In the afternoon, explore our 82 acres of natural woodlands or the charm of Catskills. Then on Sunday, set a peaceful tone for your return home by coming to our morning meditation class with Prayers for World Peace. Everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary. Friday Night Gourmet Meal & Meditation $20 per person. Saturday Meditation Workshop $20. Accommodations & vegetarian meals available at additional cost, contact registration for rates. www.kadampanewyork.org or call (845) 856-9000
 

Events for June 27

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Rochester International Jazz Festival - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 Host/Presenter: Xerox
Location: 250 East Ave., Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 1-585-454-2060
As one of the nation's leading international music festivals, this European-style music event attracts music lovers from around the U.S. and the world. From legendary performers and familiar favorites - to rising stars and new discoveries – this festival brings together unique musical sounds from many countries, highlighting international artists' take on the only true American art form - jazz. With many streets closed, the diversity of 19+ venues ranges from elegant concert halls to intimate clubs to vibrant outdoor stages with free concerts – all located within walking distance in and around Rochester's east end cultural district,. Visit http://rochesterjazz.com/artist_lineup for full line-up.
 

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Catskills Getaway Weekend – Gourmet Meal and Meditations

Catskills Getaway Weekend – Gourmet Meal and Meditations Host/Presenter: Kadampa Meditation Center NY
Location: 47 Sweeney Road, Glen Spey, NY, 12737
Phone: 845-856-9000
Email: info@kadampanewyork.org
Enjoy a weekend away from the busyness of daily life. Start your getaway Friday evening with a relaxing meditation and a delicious meal in the Kadampa World Peace Temple and cafe. Saturday morning, take our workshop and learn how meditation can help us be happier and solve our problems. The Meditation Workshop topic is “A Life of Less Stress”. In the afternoon, explore our 82 acres of natural woodlands or the charm of Catskills. Then on Sunday, set a peaceful tone for your return home by coming to our morning meditation class with Prayers for World Peace. Everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary. Friday Night Gourmet Meal & Meditation $20 per person. Saturday Meditation Workshop $20. Accommodations & vegetarian meals available at additional cost, contact registration for rates. www.kadampanewyork.org or call (845) 856-9000
 

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad: Blues Express

Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad: Blues Express Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Location: Milford Depot, 136 E Main St, Cooperstown, NY, 13807
Phone: 1-607-432-2429
The Cooperstown Blues Express is the area's only Rolling Nightclub! Join us for a 3 Hour Rockin' Blues Party every Saturday night featuring some of the best bands in upstate N.Y. Riders can enjoy food and drink. Full cash bar with beer and wines. No outside food or beverages are permitted. The train starts boarding at 6:30 PM at the Milford train depot, hits the tracks at 7:00 pm sharp and arrives back in Milford around 10 PM. Tickets to board are cash only. You must be 21 with valid I.D. to ride. Dancing room is limited so reservations are suggested for larger groups.
 

Keuka Wine Trail's Fire it Up BBQ Weekend

Keuka Wine Trail's Fire it Up BBQ Weekend Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Keuka Lake Wine Trail
Location: 2375 State Route 14A, Penn Yan , NY, 14527
Phone: 1-800-440-4898
Kick off summer in the Finger Lakes on Keuka Lake! From Riesling to Cabernet Franc, discover how well wines pair with mouth-watering barbecue and summer side dishes. Taste delicious grilled foods and barbecue prepared with a wide range of local sauces, rubs, and marinades. Early summer is the perfect time to visit Keuka Lake and experience spectacular wines and views at each winery.
 

Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival

Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival Host/Presenter: Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Location: 108 Avenue of of the Pines , Saratoga Springs , NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
If you love great jazz music and having fun, you don't want to miss the Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival at SPAC. It's the most popular jazz festival in the area and one of the most anticipated events in Saratoga each summer! A great lineup of world-class jazz artists will take the stage at SPAC this year! The big-name acts at the Saratoga Jazz Festival perform all day long on the main stage (SPAC Amphitheater), while the Charles R. Wood "Jazz Discovery" Stage features up-and-coming jazz artists, with performances trailing off in the early evening. Performances on the Charles R. Wood "Jazz Discovery" Stage will begin at 11am each day. Amphitheater Stage performances will begin at 12:45pm on Saturday and 11:45am on Sunday.
 

Events for June 28

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum

Hop Talks & Tours at Farmers Museum Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Farmers Museum
Location: 5775 State Highway 80 , Cooperstown, NY, 13326
Phone: 888-547-1450
Enjoy "hop" talks and tours each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 am–1 pm in our country village (June through September) along free beer tastings with local breweries at the Farmers Museum on select Saturdays. It's all part of The Farmers' Museum experience and included with a general admission ticket. Between 1840 and 1900, New York State grew more hops and brewed more beer than any other state in the country. Today, New York has more than 400 craft breweries. The Farmers Museum's new exhibit, New York’s Craft Beer Revival, features objects, images, and text highlighting the history of New York State brewing, hops, and barley up to the present day. Central New York’s breweries and beer experts share their stories and process in this vibrant and engaging exhibition.
 

Catskills Getaway Weekend – Gourmet Meal and Meditations

Catskills Getaway Weekend – Gourmet Meal and Meditations Host/Presenter: Kadampa Meditation Center NY
Location: 47 Sweeney Road, Glen Spey, NY, 12737
Phone: 845-856-9000
Email: info@kadampanewyork.org
Enjoy a weekend away from the busyness of daily life. Start your getaway Friday evening with a relaxing meditation and a delicious meal in the Kadampa World Peace Temple and cafe. Saturday morning, take our workshop and learn how meditation can help us be happier and solve our problems. The Meditation Workshop topic is “A Life of Less Stress”. In the afternoon, explore our 82 acres of natural woodlands or the charm of Catskills. Then on Sunday, set a peaceful tone for your return home by coming to our morning meditation class with Prayers for World Peace. Everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary. Friday Night Gourmet Meal & Meditation $20 per person. Saturday Meditation Workshop $20. Accommodations & vegetarian meals available at additional cost, contact registration for rates. www.kadampanewyork.org or call (845) 856-9000
 

Keuka Wine Trail's Fire it Up BBQ Weekend

Keuka Wine Trail's Fire it Up BBQ Weekend Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Keuka Lake Wine Trail
Location: 2375 State Route 14A, Penn Yan , NY, 14527
Phone: 1-800-440-4898
Kick off summer in the Finger Lakes on Keuka Lake! From Riesling to Cabernet Franc, discover how well wines pair with mouth-watering barbecue and summer side dishes. Taste delicious grilled foods and barbecue prepared with a wide range of local sauces, rubs, and marinades. Early summer is the perfect time to visit Keuka Lake and experience spectacular wines and views at each winery.
 

Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival

Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival Host/Presenter: Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Location: 108 Avenue of of the Pines , Saratoga Springs , NY,
Phone: 518-584-9330
If you love great jazz music and having fun, you don't want to miss the Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival at SPAC. It's the most popular jazz festival in the area and one of the most anticipated events in Saratoga each summer!
 
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