Hope you’ve had a great week! The forecast this weekend looks perfect, and we’re thinking about heading out for a hike to enjoy the foliage, and rewarding ourselves with some apple pie. How about you? Here’s what else looks good to us this weekend:
After our experience on the Open Studios Tour in Washington County this summer (read about that here!), we were pretty taken with the talented artists we visited, their gorgeous work, and the beautiful farmland we traveled through. Landscapes for Landsake combines these into an amazing art exhibition featuring over 40 local artists that benefits the Agricultural Stewardship Association (whose mission is to conserve and protect the region’s farmland). Buy gorgeous art, and save local farms - win-win! Grab the details here.
The forecast this weekend calls for being outside, so we were psyched to see West Mountain’s Fall Festival on the calendar for this Saturday and Sunday (and next weekend, too!). Looks like they’ve got a little something for everyone - wagon rides, chair lift rides, hikes, a petting zoo, pony rides, food, and brewery + distillery tastings. Sounds good to us! Here are the details.
It’s opening week at Seasoned (the restaurant of SUNY ADK’s culinary arts program), and they are coming right out of the gate with a Guest Chef Dinner this Saturday night featuring Chef Tim Spedding and Louise Rødkjær Jørgensen of Rascal and Thorn! Snag your tickets here, and if you can’t make it on Saturday, definitely plan to check them out this season - they serve lunch and dinner on Wednesday and Thursday through December 5.
We’ve always wanted to go to a murder mystery dinner, and this one sounds like a blast. It starts with a silent clown’s act going awfully awry (which is particularly creepy) and what better than enjoying a delicious dinner while you figure out whodunit?! Check out the details and purchase tickets here.
Have a great weekend!
Bri + Tom
P.S. If you’re looking to head out apple picking this weekend, here are five local orchards you might want to try!