Calendar of Events in Schoharie County

The following events are made possible with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the NYS Council on the Arts, administered in Schoharie County by the Greene County Council on the Arts through the Community Arts Grants Fund. Schoharie Grants Coordinator Dennis Shaw can answer questions for the re-grant program serving Schoharie County and can be reached at schohariegrants@gmail.com.

July 19: Full Moon Music Series: The Hop City Hellcats, 8pm. Find the magic of the moon at Landis during our live music series at the Meeting House. $10 per person, Kids 12 and under free.

July 20: Landis Arboretum Full Moon Concert Series. Mettawee River Theater Company.  After taking a two-year hiatus to create and develop a new show, the acting troupe has plans to tour in 2019 to perform “The Ringdove” and Landis will be one of their stops. The performance will cater to an all ages’ audience. Find the magic of the moon during our live music series, held at the Landis Arboretum in Esperance in the Meeting House, with its “million dollar view” and nearly perfect acoustics. We invite you to join us inside near the stage or outdoors on our broad deck – or on a blanket on the lawn. $10. Kids 12 and under FREE. More information at fred@landisarboretum.org or 518 875 6935.

July 21: Tom Wadsworth and Three Bonz. 6:30pm. Three BonZ plays original and traditional Americana in the many styles that label encompasses. Wadsworth writes in Rural Rock, Swing, Folk, Old-time, Real Country and Bluegrass styles and plays songs penned by other writers in those styles. A Three BonZ show might include a jazz standard from the Swing Era, a Bluegrass favorite or fiddle tune, an Old-time tune or a song from one of the many singer-songwriters Tom admires as well as a good many of his original songs. Wadsworth plays guitar and mandolin and is the groups lead vocalist. The trio includes Tom Wetmore on upright bass and backing vocals and Len Broiles on fiddle, mandolin and backing vocals.  Summer concert series sponsored by the Richmondville Historical Society. All concerts take place at the historic Bunn-Tillapaugh Mill. Admission Free Ice Cream Social at intermission. All donations to benefit the Bunn Mill Restoration Project. Info with Joan Sondergaard at rumblejs@gmail.com

July 21: Not So Quiet Concert Series, presents Zach Stevenson. 4pm. Middleburgh Public Library, Main Street Middleburgh Suggested donation: $10.  For more information contact Sonny Ochs: sonnyo@midtel.net

July 28: Maple Museum Free Music and More: Celebration of Strings. Celebration of Strings offers the performance of Julliard and Conservatory trained musicians in their adaptation of classical music (old or new) in a different theme each year, accompanied by a narrative. This is a summer concert series sponsored by the Jefferson Historical Society.  Free Admission. More information at cbgb21@yahoo.com

August 2, 3, 4: Timothy Murphy Playhouse presents: Disney’s “Little Women” Middleburgh High School.  $10 General Admission, $8 Senior/Student.  Performances 7pm Friday and Saturday, 2pm Sunday. More information at heidijbromley@gmail.com.

August 9, 10, 11: Timothy Murphy Playhouse presents: “Lion King Jr.” Middleburgh High School.  $10 General Admission, $8 Senior/Student.  Performances 7pm Friday and Saturday, 2pm Sunday. More information at heidijbromley@gmail.com.

August 9: Maple Museum Free Music and More: Canal St. String Band. Canal Street String Band will perform traditional music from America’s sailors, canallers, cowboys, farmers, domestics and more. They will bring a variety of instruments to the event. Harking back to the 19th century heyday of the Jefferson Cornet Band (reputed to be the best in the land) Summer concert series sponsored by the Jefferson Historical Society.  Free Admission. Concerts take place in the Maple Museum and on the Town Green. More information at cbgb21@yahoo.com

August 16: Full Moon Music Series: The Meadows Brothers, 8pm Find the magic of the moon at Landis during our live music series at the Meeting House. $10 per person, Kids 12 and under free.

August 18: Music at the Mill: Wild Mountain.  Wild Mountain is Old Time acoustic music with a healthy dose of Swing and Irish tunes blended with lots of humor and done to be fun! Wild Mountain consists of Jane Rogers playing Banjo, Mandolin and Penny Whistle, along with Barb Narc on Fiddle and vocals, and Gael Joyal on Guitar, Clawhammer Banjo, Dobro and vocals. The group believes that good songs are their own genre and you might hear anything from Charlie Poole to Mark Knopfler to O’Carolan during the show. Music at the Mill is a summer concert series sponsored by the Richmondville Historical Society. All concerts take place at the historic Bunn-Tillapaugh Mill. 6:30pm Admission Free Ice Cream Social at intermission. All donations to benefit the Bunn Mill Restoration Project. More information with Joan Sondergaard at rumblejs@gmail.com.

August 21: Not So Quiet Concert Series, presents Windborne. 7pm. Middleburgh Public Library, Main Street Middleburgh Suggested donation: $10.  For more information contact Sonny Ochs: sonnyo@midtel.net

August 25: Maple Museum Free Music and More: First Call Brass Ensemble. Performing popular music from the late 19th and early 20th centuries including music from Sousa, Joplin and Stephen Foster. This is a summer concert series sponsored by the Jefferson Historical Society.  Free Admission. Concerts take place in the Maple Museum and on the Town Green.

For more information on this and other events in Schoharie County that are made possible in part with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the NYS Council on the Arts, administered in Schoharie County by the Greene County Council on the Arts through the Community Arts Grants program, please contact: Dennis Shaw, Community Arts Grants Coordinator for Schoharie County at schohariegrants@gmail.com.   Visit www.greenearts.org for more information on this and other important services and programs offered by Greene County Council on the Arts.

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Stay tuned, there’s always more to come in Schoharie County. View the full calendar of Cultural Events at www.greenearts.org/additional-arts-culture-calendar/

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