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

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