Posts Tagged ‘Canajoharie’

Festival Fever: Standing Strong: A River Through Time, 8/10/13

Friday, August 9th, 2013
Emeralds of July

Emeralds of July

On Saturday (August 10), the Mohawk Valley Collective has organized “Standing Strong: A River Through Time,” a full day of events, including live music, BBQ, open houses at historic locations and an antique and craft fair, on Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013 to support those affected by recent severe flooding in Fort Plain and along the Otsquago Creek.

From 9am-5pm, the day-long fest will take place at two locations: Unity Hall in Fort Plain and West Hill School in Canajoharie. Maps and additional information will be available at the new Tourist Information Center and the Arkell Museum in downtown Canajoharie, as well as Haslett Park and Unity Hall in Fort Plain.

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Real Good for FREE: Music On Main Street, Canajoharie

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Tonight: The Michele Fay Band

Tonight: The Michele Fay Band


The annual Music On Main Street concert series is back for another summer season of free concerts on the front lawn of the NBT Bank at the corner of Mohawk & Church streets in Canajoharie. Concert-goers are invited to bring along lawn chairs and blankets.

All concerts begin at 7pm on Tuesdays. The rain location for the concert series is the Arkell Hall Auditorium at the Canajoharie High School.

Here’s the schedule of performances for the 2012 season of free shows:

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Real Good for Free: Music on Mainstreet, Canajoharie

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011
Jim Gaudet & the Railroad Boys

Jim Gaudet & the Railroad Boys (photo by Rich Pagano)

The annual Music On Mainstreet concert series in Canajoharie kicks off tonight with bluegrass favorites Jim Gaudet & the Railroad Boys, who are showcasing their new album, “No Questions Asked.”

The concerts take place on the front lawn of the NBT Bank at the corner of Mohawk & Church streets in Canajoharie. The rain location is the Arkell Hall Auditorium at the Canajoharie High School.

Concerts are held at 7pm on Tuesdays.

Here’s the line-up for the 2011 summer season:

Tonight (July 5): Jim Gaudet & the Railroad Boys
July 12: Babik
July 19: The Trapps
July 26: Madcat & Kane
August 2: The Nobby Reed Project
August 9: The Wiyos
August 16: The Refrigerators

MORE REAL GOOD FOR FREE SHOWS, 2011:

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Real Good for Free: Music on Main Street

Monday, July 19th, 2010

The Music on Main Street concert series has been going on in downtown Canajoharie for 15 years, and it keeps getting bigger and better. The concerts take place on the front lawn of the NBT Bank at the corner of Mohawk St. & Church St. Concertgoers are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets.

In case on inclement weather, the rain site for the performances is the Arkell Hall Auditorium at the Canajoharie High School.

All shows take place at 7pm on Tuesdays:

Jul 20: Sgt. Dunbar and the Hobo Banned
Jul 27: Frank Vignola
Aug 3: Reggie’s Red Hot Feetwarmers
Aug 10: Railbird

PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED: REAL GOOD FOR FREE:

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Real Good for Free: Canajoharie

Saturday, May 23rd, 2009

Takin it to the streets, part 13?

Yes, yet another free outdoor music series, and this one – dubbed Music on Main Street – is out in Canajoharie. But it’s definitely worth the trip westward, especially for the July 21 performance by Jesse Lege and Bayou Brew.

Lege is a bona fide Cajun music legend – a traditional accordionist-guitarist-vocalist, who has carried the sound of Louisiana into the 21st century and all around the world.

The Music on Mainstreet concerts take place on the front lawn of the NBT Bank at the corner of Mohawk and Church streets in Canajoharie at 7pm Tuesdays.

Here’s the line-up:

July 7: Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams

July 14: Big Medicine

July 21: Jesse Lege and Bayou Brew

July 28: The Fulton Chain Gang

August 4: Notorious

August 11: Dyer Switch

Previously:
Real Good For Free: Guilderland
Real Good for Free: Alive @ 5
Real Good for Free: Powers Park

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