- Farming with KidsKids do real farm chores: milking goats, feeding chickens, collecting eggs, grooming horses, harvest from the garden. Activities vary. No reservations required. $6/person, under 3 free. Minimum of 5 people required to hold event.
- Farm ToursFarm Tours are open to the public and are held every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Tours are 1 hour long and cost $30 minimum for up to 6 people: $7 per additional adult and $5 per child, kids 3 and under are … Continue reading →
- Exhibit: Written in StoneOutdoor Art Series: Written in Stone. Four magnificent granite sculptures by renowned artist Harry Gordon. Much of his current work draws from his earlier classical, figurative work, and it is possible to find remnants of the figure in his art. … Continue reading →
- Barryville Farmer’s MarketThe market offers local products including: fruits, vegetables, cut flowers, baked goods, milk, cheese, jams, meat, poultry, eggs, wine and more. Saturdays, rain or shine.
- Exhibit: Esoterica“Esoterica,” an exhibit of paintings by Ioannis “Yanni” Glykokokalos. The exhibit opens with a reception on June 12 from 7 to 9 p.m. & the artist will be giving an artist talk from 7- 7:20 p.m.
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