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Stony Creek Community

Because 50% of the town is state land, most facilities are available to everyone. Lakes and rivers have access areas for small boats and canoes. Mountain trails are available for hiking, fishing and hunting. Our scenic roads provide excellent bicycling, walking and touring opportunities. Daily walks can be safely made at any time of day and you don't have to breathe exhaust. Our mountains average about 2500 feet, making the view from the top accessible to almost everyone. Outdoor activities are great as long as you make a deal with the bugs during the spring. Mountain Festival 2004 The town recreation field has a basketball court, softball field, playgrounds, picnic tables with grills, a bandstand and a covered pavilion. Stony Creek is dammed up, creating a great old time "swimming hole." Summer band concerts in the park provide music for every taste, with an opportunity for cookout with family and friends. Some of the country's best fall foliage is found in the Adirondacks and Stony Creek takes a back seat to no one. The crisp air and falling leaves of fall almost get you looking forward to the coming winter. Warren County provides a system of groomed snowmobile trails. Ice fishing, sledding, skiing and cross-country skiing are also enjoyed. Calendar of Events:
7/29/2014
The Hyde Collection
3pm- The Hyde Collection visits the library with hands-on art activities.
Contact Patrice for more information on this Youth Program activity at 696-3399.
7/29/2014
Summer Music in the Park Series


Loren & Mark
7:00 pm
Rain or Shine
Bring a Lawn Chair

Their diverse repertoire of original and arranged music consists of stunning guitar instrumentals as well as vocal duets, giving them wide appeal and strong audience connection. Influenced by Americana, Jazz, Country Western and Classical music, Loren and Marks unique style of guitar playing is largely built upon the thumb-picking techniques pioneered by guitar greats Merle Travis and Chet Atkins, and their songs feature Lorens superb vocals with some beautiful harmonies from Mark. Guitar playing like you've never heard before!
8/1/2014
Stony Creek Mountain Days Festival KICKOFF


SAVE THE DATES! August 1 - 3rd 2014

2014 11th Annual Stony Creek Mountain Days Festival

Friday night kick off with music by

ROADHOUSE at 7:00 pm in the Green Meadows Park Pavilion!!



Friday Night will spotlight our businesses and our neighboring chamber businesses!
Check out the Chamber's booth for our weekend long Raffle, and our T-Shirts and Hats for Mountain Days Festival.

Pony/Horse rides available on the field also.

Food Booth by the Stony Creek Volunteer Fire Company.

The NY STATE LUMBERJACK COMPETITIONS SCHEDULED TO BE ON SUNDAY
11 am - 4:30 pm on the field.





8/2/2014
Stony Creek Mountain Days Festival - Saturday events


2014 11th Annual Stony Creek Mountain Days Festival

INFORMATION TO DATE (please check back for updates!)

Town-Wide Garage Sale - 9-5
Locator maps may be picked up at the Information Booth in Town Center at 9 am or the Chamber Booth on the festival field at 11 am.
LOOK FOR THE BRIGHT YELLOW SIGNS!!!

SCAVENGER HUNT SATURDAY ONLY! Collect the letters for the secret word and turn in at the Chamber Info booth on the festival field on Saturday only. Drawing will be at 5 pm at the Chamber Info booth. MUST be present to WIN!

Mountain Festival starts at 11 a.m. on the Town Field (Green Meadow Park)


**Historical Time Line**

Interactive Colonial Encampment and a Norseland (Viking) Encampment with demonstrations all day long: Weaponry, Cooking, Crafts, Demos, Music!


On both Saturday and Sunday, the members of the 35th Regiment of Foot will be doing a
Colonial Fashion show at 1 pm;
Military Drills for Children & Adults using wooden muskets at 11:30 AM and 2 PM; and at
11 a.m. meet the 18th Century Surgeon and learn about historic medical practices and procedures-volunteer to be his patient!
Ongoing 35th Regiment camp activities will include open fire cooking using a variety of colonial cookware and techniques, 18th century military medicine, and talks about life of a soldier in the 35th Regiment. The unit’s historical British commander Colonel Munro

was immortalized in James Fenimore Cooper’s fictional novel– The Last of the Mohicans.
A musket firing demonstration will be done by the unit soldiers at 3 PM on Saturday and Sunday. Many of the colonial activities are interactive and wonderful for all ages.
All children’s activities at the weekend festival are free.

Vendors & Displays to date:

Adirondack Aromatherapy-hand crafted soaps
Stony Creek Library Book Sale
Warren County Soil & Water
leCreations - hand made jewelry
Stitches by Nancy - hand made blankets
Adirondack Gold Maple - maple products
Adirondack Song Birds - hand-carved, hand painted songbirds
Operation Adopt-A-Soldier - supporting our troops
J Floral Designs - floral arrangements, wreaths
Brodeur Creations - jewelry
Crafts Hand Made - Dreamcatchers and more!



Kid’s Corner
Many Activities:

Face Painting
Games and more!

All Kids Activities are Free!
Free SnoCones & Cotton Candy!

All Day Activities:

Living World Ecology - reptiles of all kinds

Exploring—Creepy Crawlies in the Creek with Soil & Water staff throughout the day!

Interactive Colonial and Norsemen Demonstations

ENTERTAINMENT

Johnny & the Triumphs - concert under the pavilion at 6:30 pm!! John Kribs is a guitarist, singer and songwriter whose talents have garnered over 40 years of critical acclaim. Raised in rural upstate New York, he played his first bar gig at age 13 and later that same year joined a hard working and popular high school rock band, The Blue Mystics . In 1968 after winning several "Battle of Bands", The "Mystics" appeared on CBOTs' "Saturday Date"; the Canadian "American Bandstand". Heady stuff for a 15 year old! Along with rock n roll, John performed every Sunday as part of an award winning gospel-folk group "David " and the more theatrical God Squad. In school he was a member of the school choir and Canta Sera (evening singers choral group). Totally engaged in music John began writing and arranging his own poems and songs and by the age of 17 his repertoire regularly included his own compositions and arrangements. In 1984 John formed Johnny & The Triumphs, a roots rock/ rock- a-billy band and a new venue for Johns original songs. Their 1987 INDIE release 'Johnny and the Triumphs', featured 9 of John's songs and reached to the top of the American play charts in France, going to #1 in the cities of Bordeaux and Sens.


FOOD CONCESSION DURING EVENING MUSIC PRESENTED BY THE STONY CREEK FIRE DEPARTMENT!

Food on the Field:

Stony Creek Chamber Food Booth - Hamburgers, Build Your Own Loaded Nachos.

Stony Creek Free Library - Hot Dogs, Meatball Subs, Chips, Desserts, and more

Stony Creek Volunteer Fire Company - Sausage & Peppers, Beverages

Grandpy's Ice Cream & Desserts

Food & Beverages in Town Center:

Stony Creek Inn
Tavern 16
Stony Creek Market & Cafe

LOCATION FOR THE BANDS--TOWN PARK PAVILION on Festival Field



8/3/2014
Stony Creek Mountain Days Festival - Sunday events


2014 11th Annual Stony Creek Mountain Days Festival

Town-Wide Garage Sale - 9-5
Locator maps may be picked up at the Information Booth in Town Center at 9 am or the Chamber Booth on the festival field at 11 am.
LOOK FOR THE BRIGHT YELLOW SIGNS!!!

NY STATE LUMBERJACK COMPETITIONS

TODAY ONLY

11:00 AM until approximately 4:30 PM

Scheduled Competitions

Axe Throw
Men's Crosscut
Women's Crosscut
Men's Bowsaw
Women's Bowsaw
Spring Board
Hot Saw
Men's Standing Block
Women's Standing Block
Men's Underhand Chop
Women's Underhand Chop


Mountain Festival starts at 11 a.m. on the Town Field (Green Meadow Park)


**Historical Time Line**

Interactive Colonial Encampment and a Norseland (Viking) Encampment with demonstrations all day long: Weaponry, Cooking, Crafts, Demos, Music!



On both Saturday and Sunday, the members of the 35th Regiment of Foot will be doing a
Colonial Fashion show at 1 pm;
Military Drills for Children & Adults using wooden muskets at 11:30 AM and 2 PM; and at
11 a.m. meet the 18th Century Surgeon and learn about historic medical practices and procedures-volunteer to be his patient!
Ongoing 35th Regiment camp activities will include open fire cooking using a variety of colonial cookware and techniques, 18th century military medicine, and talks about life of a soldier in the 35th Regiment. The unit’s historical British commander Colonel Munro was immortalized in James Fenimore Cooper’s fictional novel– The Last of the Mohicans.
A musket firing demonstration will be done by the unit soldiers at 3 PM on Saturday and Sunday. Many of the colonial activities are interactive and wonderful for all ages.
All children’s activities at the weekend festival are free.

Vendors & Displays to date:

Adirondack Aromatherapy-hand crafted soaps
Stony Creek Library Book Sale
Warren County Soil & Water
leCreations - hand made jewelry
Stitches by Nancy - hand made blankets
Adirondack Gold Maple - maple products
Adirondack Song Birds - hand-carved, hand painted songbirds
Operation Adopt-A-Soldier - supporting our troops
David & Jean Jacques - carved bowls and toys
J Floral Designs - floral arrangements, wreaths
Brodeur Creations - jewelry
Crafts Hand Made - Dreamcatchers and more!



Kid’s Corner
Many Activities:

Joanna's Fun Faces - Face Painting
Games and more!

All Kids Activities are Free!
Free SnoCones & Cotton Candy!

All Day Activities:

Living World Ecology - reptiles of all kinds

Exploring—Creepy Crawlies in the Creek with Soil & Water staff throughout the day!

Interactive Colonial and Norsemen Demonstations

Food on the Field:

Stony Creek Chamber Food Booth - Hamburgers, Build Your Own Loaded Nachos.

Stony Creek Free Library - Hot Dogs, Meatball Subs, Chips, Desserts, and more

Stony Creek Volunteer Fire Company - Sausage & Peppers, Beverages

Grandpy's Ice Cream & Desserts

Food & Beverages in Town Center:

Stony Creek Inn
Tavern 16
Stony Creek Market & Cafe
8/5/2014
Big Fez & the Surfmatics - Music in the Park


Big Fez
7:00 pm
Rain or Shine
Bring a Lawn Chair.

Big Fez and the Surfmatics are a four-man group performing classic surf and beach music from the early 1960's. While all four members are journeymen musicians who have individually developed their craft through rock, country, bluegrass, and Celtic music, it is the music of their youth, the “music of the surf”, that has brought them together to form this outstanding combo. Big Fez and the Surfmatics' repertoire includes the great instrumental hits of the surf era, including songs by such greats as The Ventures, Dick Dale and the Del-Tones, The Trashmen, The Chantays, The Surfaris, and Duane Eddy. Big Fez also performs many of the great vocal hits of the surf era as well, performing songs by The Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, The Challengers, The Rivieras, and many more.
8/12/2014
The Tang Teaching Museum
3pm - The Tang Teaching Museum visits the library with a Science/Art project
8/12/2014
Lustre Kings - Music in the Park


Lustre Kings
7:00 pm
Rain or Shine
Bring a Lawn Chair.

Mark Gamsjager and the Lustre Kings play rock and roll the right way. The powerhouse Albany NY combo has wowed crowds at Manhattan's Rodeo Bar, Seattle's Tractor Tavern and all points in-between; and they've done it with uncommon fervor, commitment and flair.
8/19/2014
The Spinney Brothers at Music in the Park!

7:00 pm
Rain or Shine
Bring a Lawn Chair

•2013, Nominated for the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Emerging Artist of the Year
•2014, January, No Borders Reached #1 on the Bluegrass Unlimited National Survey Top 15 Albums
From the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada, the Spinney Brothers are comprised of Allan Spinney , Rick Spinney, Gary Dalrymple and Terry Poirier.

Brothers Allan and Rick debuted their band in 1992, showcasing a tight brother duet vocal style that was immediately recognized for it’s energetic and distinctive sound.

The cornerstone of the Spinney Brothers musical identity is the sound of traditional, southern-flavoured bluegrass music. The first generation bluegrass legends have been an important musical influence, yet their music is equally shaped by their personal lives and local heritage. By incorporating original material, which draws from various sources, the Spinney Brothers effortlessly intertwine the past with the present.

The Spinney Brothers believe in freshness and excitement of traditional bluegrass music. Brother duet singing, backed by supportive and complimentary instrumentation, is the foundation of their tasteful and recognizable sound. Give a listen, and you are sure to be entertained.


Stony Creek Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
P.O. Box 35
Stony Creek, NY 12878
518-696-4563
info@stonycreekchamber.com

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