Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Copake Falls Day 2018 is August 18


Mark your calendar!
COPAKE FALLS DAY
August 18, 2018

Schedule is preliminary . . . check back for updates!

8 AM
Registration for 5k Cross Country Run in the Wilderness

9 AM
Run starts

10 AM
Opening Ceremony on the Triangle

11 AM
Espalier with Fruit Expert Lee Reich, Lecture at Church of St. John in the Wilderness. 
Lunch in the Market Area, Church of St. John in the Wilderness, Depot Deli & Taconic Wayside Inn 
Kid’s Nature Craft Activities opposite the Park Entrance
Farmers’/Craft Market in front of the Hamlet Apartments
Bounce House and Blacksmithing at the Copake Iron Works
Touch A Truck – 33 Valley View Rd
Visit Hidden Gardens – including Margaret Roach’s and Broken Arrow Nursery
Follow the Map to Historic Homes in the Hamlet
Scavenger Hunt and other Activities for Kids
Local History Exhibit at the Historical Society’s Museum – Antique Collection of Mike Fallon
Visit a Dairy Farm all day. Milking at 4:30 PM
Chance Auction and Big Prize Raffle
Tours of the Iron Works Museum and Visitors Center 
Bring your Bathing Suit and Take a Dip in the Ore Bed
Demonstrations by the Columbia County Sheriffs

12 PM
Face Painting and games, Pony Rides 

1 PM
Kid’s Art Projects, Birdhouse and Feeder Projects

2 PM
Play, TBA at Church of St. John in the Wilderness 

4 PM
Raffle and Auction Drawings

4:30 PM
Jazz Vespers, Church of St. John in the Wilderness

5:30 PM
Beef Barbeque by our very own Pitmasters
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at Bash Bish Bicycle, Depot Deli, Taconic State Park office & Copake Town Hall. Music by the Bash Bish Band!

7 PM
Brian Robinson’s Raptors and Reptiles Show near the Nature Center, Taconic State Park. 
Campfire Music with Zach Nayer on the green across from the Park Office.


Questions?
Visit copakefallsday.org or call 518.966.2233.
Interested in being a vendor? Contact rbruce@taconic.net.

Copake Falls Day is a Benefit for Local Community Organizations

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

10th Annual Copake Falls Day

Saturday, August 19th


For information about being a vendor, call 518329-3251

Friday, June 3, 2016

9th Annual Copake Falls Day, August 20th, 2016


COPAKE FALLS DAY        August 20, 2016



  8:00 AM       5k  Cross Country Run in the Wilderness Registration

  9:00 AM       Run starts



10:00 AM       Opening Ceremony on the Triangle

                       

11:00 AM       Thomas Rainer, Landscape Artist, Lecture at Church of St. John in the Wilderness. More information to follow.



11:00 AM       Lunch in the Market Area, Church of St. John in the Wilderness, Depot Deli and Taconic Wayside Inn

11:00 AM       Kid’s Nature Craft Activities opposite the Park Entrance

All Day           Farmers’/Craft Market in front of the Hamlet Apartments

                        Art Show at the Taconic Wayside Inn

                        Visit Hidden Gardens – including Margaret Roach’s

                        Follow the Map to Historic Homes in the Hamlet

Scavenger Hunt and other Activities for Kids

Local History Exhibit at the Historical Society’s Museum – Bash Bish Falls Exhibit

Classic Car Show

Visit a Dairy Farm all day. Milking at 4:30 PM

Chance Auction and Big Prize Raffle

                        Tours of the Iron Works, Museum and Machine Shop

Bring your Bathing Suit and Take a Dip in the Ore Bed

K-9 Demonstrations by the Columbia County Sheriffs

12:00 PM        Face Painting and games, Pony Rides, Sheep Shearing and Herding

1:00 PM          Kid’s Art Projects, Birdhouse and Feeder Projects

2:00PM           Play, “Lombard” starring Susan Fullerton at Church of St. John in the Wilderness

4:00 PM          Raffle and Auction Drawings

4:30 PM          Jazz Vespers, Church of St. John in the Wilderness

5:30 PM          Beef Barbeque by our very own Pitmasters

Tickets are $15.00 and can be purchased at Bash Bish Bicycle, Depot Deli, Taconic State Park office and Copake Town Hall. Music by the Bash Bish Band



7:00 PM          Campfire Music with Zach Nayer, on the green across from the Park Office





Questions?    www.copakefallsday.org   or call 518-966-2233

Copake Falls Day is a Benefit for Local Community Organizations