I LOVE NY started the “New York Fall Foliage Report” on September 11 and will continue until the end of the foliage season, around the first or second week in November. Montgomery County has started its own annual report this year as well.
Reporting station: Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site, Fort Hunter
Percent of trees predicted to have changed by the coming weekend: 20%
Brilliance: Dull to average as more color emerges
Predominating colors: Greens with pops of orange and reds developing
Rating: Beginning with a lot more brilliant and beautiful colors to come
Green is still predominant with more orange and yellow showing through.
Enjoy a night of music and dancing! Friday night at the Elk’s Lodge in Amsterdam, Grand Central Station will perform; wings and craft brews will be available to purchase.
Saturday features A Taste of History, the Garden Bug Fall Festival, Family Fun Day, the Friends of Sanford Stud Farm Open House and so much more.
The Friends of Sanford Stud Farm Open House will feature food trucks, vendors, and crafters. Tour the historical Hurricana Barn and enjoy a variety of local vendors.
Mohawk Valley Collective in collaboration with the Fort Plain Free Library host “Family Fun Day” in Haslett Park, Fort Plain. Including the popular Chalk-on-the-Walk where art is drawn on the sidewalk around the park, a bounce house, and many other family friendly events. Food and ice cream will also be available.
The Montgomery County Historical Society’s annual fall fundraiser, A Taste of History, features over a dozen soups, along with freshly baked breads and homemade pies. Benefiting the preservation of Old Fort Johnson, this year’s event will be held at the Century Club in Amsterdam. Seating is limited seating and advance tickets are recommended. Admission includes unlimited soup samples, bread, pie, beverage and a special souvenir mug. Tickets can be purchased online.
The annual Garden Bug Fall Festival will have a variety of agricultural products and fall decor available for purchase: mums, pumpkins, indian corn, bows, hay bales, corn stalks, and more. Vendors and crafters will be on hand both Saturday and Sunday. Music, bounce house, cider donuts, wagon rides, car cruise-in (Saturday only beginning at noon), food and gifts are all available.
Explore our countryside, enjoy our events, and take in the autumn season!
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