Celebrate the theme of 'passages' on this fun walk along the Susquehanna River from Main to Mill Street. Along the way, we'll explore the natural and human history of the region, search for signs of animal life, and look for evidence of how the land has changed with the passage of time.
Related Event: American Folk Art Buildings: Architecture, Imagination, and Storied Places. The Collection of Steven Burke & Randy Campbell
Subjects of short film Rendered Small, Steven Burke and Randy Campbell will talk about their eclectic collection of handcrafted small buildings and structures.
Join Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society on Saturday, November 10, 11:30am-12:30 for a bird walk on the grounds of the Fenimore Art Museum.
The Cooperstown Art Association’s Holiday Show & Sale kicks off with a public opening the evening of Friday, November 9th from 5 – 7 pm. The work in the show is geared toward holiday gift giving and includes cards, ornaments, glass, sculpture, jewelry, apparel, woodwork, paintings, prints, stained glass, photos, fiber arts, toys, furniture, pottery and much more.
Join Otsego Land Trust volunteer and Brookwood extraordinaire Ed Rowley on a walk and talk through time. On this tour through history, you will stroll along 100-year old Italianate garden beds and explore the charming arts-and-crafts style Garden House as Ed tells the story of Brookwood: from the time of Native American presence, to the founding of Cooperstown, to OLT’s ownership of the site today.
This November 8th Henry March Gallery will open RIP DVD: Emerging Millennial Video Art, an exhibit of regional artists’ video media for sale. The gallery, will be open from 10:00am until 4:00pm during each day of the Glimmerglass Film Days festival (November 8th-12th).
Join Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society for a bird walk on the grounds of the Fenimore Art Museum prior to the viewing of The Messenger. This bird walk is free and open to the public. Participants will meet at the back patio of the Fenimore Art Museum in time for a 10:30 am start.
Shop Locally at the Cooperstown Art Association Galleries. On display through December 23, work in the show is geared toward holiday gift giving and includes cards, ornaments, glass, sculpture, jewelry, apparel, wood work, paintings, prints, stained glass, photos, fiber arts, toys, furniture, pottery and much more!
Otsego Regional Cycling Advocates (ORCA) will lead two group bike rides around Otsego Lake.
Peter Rutkoff, NEH Distinguished Professor of American Studies at Kenyon College, and member of the Glimmerglass Film Days Steering Committee, is in residence at the Cooperstown Graduate Program this fall where he will be teaching a class on the use of black and white film from the 1930s to the 1950s to address important political questions including war and peace, race, class, and gender. Screenings of five classic American films will take place on Sunday afternoons at 4 pm at the Cooperstown Graduate Program, and will be open to the public (space is limited though – please reserve)