Adirondack Rural Skills & Homesteading Festival


The Adirondack Rural Skills and Homesteading Festival celebrates the talents of a bygone era with a distinctly Adirondack flair.

The festivities take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, followed by related workshops on Sunday.

SATURDAY 10am to 4pm:
Alpacas – Apple Pressing – Bat Boxes  – Cream to Butter – Cure Porch on Wheels – Dairy Goats – Does Your Life Fit In a Tiny House? – Draft Horse Club – Farrier – Fly Tying – Forest Bathing – Hemp Products – Hex and Hop – Home Food Preservation – Jersey Cows – Knitting – LogOX Wood Processing Tools – Making Brine Pickles – Making Traditional Ointment – Master Gardener –  Meat: Goats and Samples – Mushroom Walk – Osgood Farm Tour & Camp Fire – Pressure Canner Gauge Testing – PSC Beekeeping Club – Recycle Paper Demo – Sheep – Shelter Building – Soapmaking Over Fire – Spinning Demonstrations – Learn About Survival Pucks – Water Purification – Wild Edible Walks & Display – Winemaking – Woodsmen’s Team Expositions

$5/person or $10/carload. Free with valid Paul Smith’s College ID.

SUNDAY Hands-On Workshops:
Please contact the VIC at 518-327-6241 or for registration.

Programs to be announced in 2020.

Overnight lodging at Paul Smith’s College is available. To inquire, please contact Sarah Wheeler at PSC.

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