Howlin’ at the Moon with The Nellies

On Friday, July 31 at 7:00 PM, join us at Mabee Farm Historic Site for a night of great bluegrass and folk music as we welcome The Nellies to the Howlin’ Stage for their blend of driving rhythms and beautiful two part harmonies. Their energy is contagious, and their fun loving stage presence will put a smile on your face! Opening the night is Flood Road.

The Schenectady County full-moonHistorical Society proudly presents its seventh season of the Howlin’ at the Moon concert series at Mabee Farm Historic Site. The 2015 season will be the most exciting and ambitious Howlin’ year yet, with 12 scheduled events. Each month on the full moon, Mabee Farm will host an evening of live music, featuring regional folk and bluegrass artists.

The concert will take place in the 1760s Nilsen Dutch Barn at Mabee Farm. The concert begins at 7:00 PM. Admission is $5.00, and snacks and coffee are available for purchase. For more information please contact Jenna Riley at educator@schenectadyhistorical.org or 518-887-5073.

Arts & Crafts Festival

 

arts and crafts postcard flat2Join us for the 12th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival at Mabee Farm Historic Site!

Date: August 15, 2015
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
Admission: $5.00; kids and students FREE!

This year’s Arts & Crafts Festival will be bigger and better than ever, with over 40 artist and crafter booths! Featuring the best in regional arts and crafts, the festival includes handmade pottery, wood crafting, handwovens, candles, jewelry, fine arts, painted furniture and much, much more! Also on site are blacksmithing and woodworking demos, art and historic exhibits, and nature trails.

For more information, please contact Curator Mary Zawacki at 518-887-5073, or by email at curator@schenectadyhistorical.org. The Mabee Farm Historic Site is wheelchair accessible, with off-street parking in front of the George E. Franchere Educational Center.

The Mabee Farm Arts & Crafts Festival is sponsored by Crossroads Gifts and Wellness, 133 Jay St, Schenectady, NY 12305