Monday, July 30, 2012

Copake Falls Day Schedule is Here!

7:30 AM 5k, 10k Cross Country Run in the Wilderness Registration - contact Sarah Becker to pre-register.

8:15 AM Runs start
10:00 AM Opening Ceremony on the Triangle
Family Fun Run on the Rail Trail Registration
10:30 AM Tour of the Copake Iron Works, Machine Shop and Museum with archaeological historian Victor Rolando.
11:00 AM Ken Druse Garden Lecture at the Church of St. John in the Wilderness. Tickets at druselecture.eventbrite.com
11:00 AM Lunch in the Market Area and The Church of St. John in the Wilderness
11:00 AM Kid’s Nature Craft Activities opposite the Park Entrance
All Day Bring your Bathing Suit and Take a Dip in the Ore Bed
Farmers’/Craft Market in front of the Hamlet Apartments
Art Show at the Taconic Wayside Inn
Crafters at the Iron Works
Hidden Gardens of Copake Falls – 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
Classic Car Show
Visit a Dairy Farm all day, Milking at 4:30 PM
Chance Auction and Big Prize Raffle
Blacksmithing Demonstrations at the Iron Works
1:00 PM Face Painting and Balloon Twisting with Melody Newcomb
1:00 PM Kid’s Art Projects, Birdhouse and Feeder Projects
1:00 PM Tour of the Copake Iron Works, Museum and Machine Shop with archaeological historian Victor Rolando

1:00 PM Ken Druse Workshop – sold out. Tickets available for 11pm lecture and slide show.
3:00 PM Carl Ritchie/Taconic Stage Presents “Going On” at Church of St. John in the Wilderness, written by and starring Elizabeth Richardson.  Admission free thanks to Taconic Stage sponsors Ed Herrington, Inc. and Brad Peck Inc. (run time approximately one hour).
3:30 PM Raffle and Auction Drawings
4:45 PM Jazz Vespers at Church of St. John in the Wilderness
5:30 PM Beef Barbeque by our very own Pitmasters in the Wilderness
Tickets are $15.00 and can be purchased at Bash Bish Bicycle, Depot Deli, and Copake Town Hall. Music by the Bash Bish Band and at the information booth on Copake Falls Day (subject to availability).

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