Spend the weekend with us - make reservations now.
BE SURE TO GAS UP YOUR VEHICLE IN WARRENSBURG, CHESTERTOWN, LAKE LUZERNE
OR NORTH CREEK (DEPENDING UPON WHAT DIRECTION YOU ARE APPROACHING FROM),
AS THERE ARE MILES OF FUN, BUT NOT ONE GAS STATION IN THURMAN.
Want to attend Thurman Fall Farm Tour, but prefer NOT to drive?
Reserve a seat on the Saratoga and North Creek Railway https://www.sncrr.com and call Don (518-494-2507) to reserve a vehicle that will meet you at Thurman Station and take you and your party to selected tour sites and return you to Thurman Station or The Glen at the end of your fun-filled day.
BOWEN HILL/RIVER RD./418 AREA
*NEW* This year ~ Guest Investigation with Adirondack Spectral Investigations!
For a small fee, you can go on an actual "Ghost Hunting" investigation with Thurman's paranormal investigators from Adirondack Spectral Investigation. Bring your camera, recorders and video camera's and come and hunt some ghosts!!
More information to come, so be sure to check back!!!
Click on the Site Name below to go to that information page.
THURMAN FALL FARM TOUR CRAFTER/VENDOR NOTICE
Attention crafters, businesses, not-for-profits and all other vendors: If you wish to be part of our 2012 show,
please click below to download an application form. All vendors will be set up at The Glen Lodge.
See details on THIS FORM.
This event is coordinated by The Thurman Station Association, a 501 (c) 3 organization. If you would like to join TSA, please email us. If you wish to make a tax deductible donation to support our efforts to help coordinate the interests of the station and railroad with the interests of Thurman, NY for their mutual benefit.
The Thurman Fall Farm Tour is made possible in part by use of Warren County Occupancy Tax funds granted by the Town of Thurman,
and from Stewarts Shops.
Thurman Fall Farm Tour is hosted by:
Thurman Station Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 29
Athol, NY 12810
THURMAN ~ WHERE NATURE IS A WAY OF LIFE
Thurman people who live off the land have found a variety of ways to benefit from nature's bounty. Whether it be grooming a sugarbush and tapping maple trees, coaxing fruits and vegetables from the rocky soil, selectively cutting trees and sawing them into lumber, raising farm animals or transforming tree branches into fine furniture, they combine creativity and hard work in this romance with nature called "farming."
Come join us as we celebrate our heritage. Visit farms and other sites all over Thurman.
Fun will begin at 9 a.m.with a pancake breakfast at Valley Road Maple Farm, and other activities will be featured throughout the two days at times shown in the brochure. This year's activities are expected to include displays of old tractors and engines, a craft show, quilt show, a geocaching adventure, dowsing and timberframe demos, live music, woodworking demos, and...well, just check our web page and find out. Contact us for more info at email@example.com
The free locator map and timetable that will become available on this site will help you tailor a day of family fun. Download or contact us to have one emailed to you.
Info. 518-623-9595 or email us: TFFTInfo@thurmanstation.org
For the safety of your pet and the animals you visit, if you travel with a dog, PLEASE LEAVE IT IN YOUR VEHICLE.
SEE OUR SITES BELOW ~ MORE TO BE ADDED
Check this page frequently for updates, and note individual schedule variations that will be posted.
Outside Stony Creek Center
"Thurman Hop" train ride - Saturday & Sunday
Sample the hospitality aboard the Saratoga & North Creek Railway by buying a ticket at Adirondack Ambiance or at The Glen Lodge. The train run departs The Glen at 1:31 p.m. And guests must get off at Thurman Station and immediately board the northbound train for the return trip to The Glen. (don't miss it; the train cannot wait, and the next northbound will not arrive until evening.)
Alternately, depart Thurman Station at 11:22 a.m. And get off at The Glen to enjoy the craft and vendor show and/or buy a box lunch to enjoy beside the river. The southbound train will pick you up at 1:31 p.m. For your return trip to Thurman Station.
Petting, pony rides and intriguing intro to Native American culture…read more.
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Maple talks and tastes, timber frame demonstrations, and mmmm, barbecued chicken. Read more…
Talk turkey, select all natural meats and veggies, and meet the author of “Mad Sheep.” Read more…
If a stitch in time saves nine, there are millions saved in these quilty pleasures….Take a look.
These guys will flip for you - pancakes, that is, 9-1; see demos, dowsing, antique engines galore. Read more…
Lumber is just the beginning here. See artisans with wooden wares, jewelry, garden stones, Native American crafts. Read more...
Where a guard llama is the big cheese, and the tasting tent, live music, heritage wool spinning and rug making heighten your enjoyment. Read more…
Art from Adirondack trees and scenes, and a “secret garden,” to boot. Read more….
Artisans and a vintage trains against the backdrop of Great Camp ambiance…Read more…
“Rapid” transit, Adirondack-style. Read more…
Llama smooches galore and a must-have book...read more
2012Thurman Fall Farm Tour Sites were:
Watch for updates for this years participants!