Easter Farmyard Nursery

Come see the new baby animals! Saturday, April 15th from 11am to 2pm the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market will feature farmyard animals. Take your picture with a bunny or a chick, or a baby lamb. Don’t forget your Easter eggs! Pick up your $1 coupon toward a dozen eggs at the Market […] Read more »

18th Annual Historic Preservation Awards

Call for Nominations! 18th Annual Historic Preservation Awards for Otsego & Schoharie Counties Do you know a person, group or business who has gone the extra mile to revitalize or preserve the historic character of their home, barn, storefront, landscape or streetscape? Help us celebrate the people, buildings, and cultural […] Read more »

New Year, New Manager!

Meet your new Market Manager!  Shannon Kirch Favorite Veggie: Butternut Squash Favorite Fruit: Elderberry Favorite Farm Animal: Ducks Favorite Saying: “Cultivate your bliss.”      After moving to a new state every 6 months (or less) for the last 4 years, I decided it was time to stay in one […] Read more »

Wonderful World of Wool – Sat., March 18th

Come join us! Wonderful World of Wool at the Farmers’ Market, Saturday, March 18th from 11 am – 2 pm. Meet a local Angora Rabbit, observe spinning and weaving demonstrations! Enjoy a wonderful assortment of wool products available for purchase. Live music and all your favorite market vendors. See you […] Read more »

Thank you!

And just like that, Glimmerglass Film Days 2016 has come and gone. Thank you to all who came out to see some truly wonderful thought-provoking films. And a special thank you to all who made it possible through grants, sponsorships, and in-kind donations. We couldn’t do it without you.   […] Read more »

Article 78 filed in Dominion New Market Expansion

9/29/16 — Today Otsego 2000, Mohawk Valley Keeper, John Valentine and Maryann Valentine filed an Article 78 petition against the Town of Minden, challenging the Town Planning Board’s decision to approve expansion of the Dominion New Market compressor station at Brookman Corners. The petition asserts that the Town Planning Board […] Read more »