Events Calendar

A spectacular summer fireworks display, home town parades along our Main Streets, blow-out sales on tens of thousands of books, gallery openings and artist receptions, musical events in historic venues such as one of the last standing Catskills resorts and an awe-inspiring former church building with perfect acoustics, theater, dance, comedy, film, writer’s evenings and open mic’s, golf tournaments on an 18-hole championship course, farm tours, farmer’s markets, historic re-enactments – and more!
From annual festivals celebrating horseshoes, our heritage, and scarecrows to one of the area’s largest antique car shows, our many events will keep you so busy you’ll need another vacation!

Below is the Calendar of Events brought to you by the Greater Stamford Area Chamber of Commerce. This Calendar includes non-chamber member events. You may view the events in either a Calendar View or an Agenda view by using the appropriately named buttons.

In the Agenda view, you may use the “+Expand All” button to see the details of all the events on the list. You may click on the “Read More>>” button in a specific event to see all the details about that event.

We look forward to welcoming you to our area and we know you will have fun!

Dec
20
Sat
Ribbon Cutting @ The Village Green
Dec 20 @ 9:30 am – 10:00 am

logothumbThe Greater Stamford Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a ribbon cutting for member Village Green. Stop in and congratulate the owners!

Holiday Pop-Up Farmers Market @ Churchill Gym
Dec 20 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Celebrate The Best of the Winter Season With Local Producers

Local Farmers and Craftspeople are coming together to put the perfect touch- or taste!- in your holiday celebrations. Please join us to celebrate the most wonderful products in the greater Stamford area.

Participating vendors:

  • The Farmers’ Wife –  Pies, Sticky Buns, Thingamagigs
  • Most Precious Pottery –  Handmade Porcelain Pottery
  • Earthly Remedies by Erin – Herbal Remedies- salves, lotions, sachets
  • Millions of Stitches – Handmade Bags and Purses
  • Weinland Farms –  Homegrown Beef
  • Byebrook Farm –  Gouda cheese
  • Jefferson Historical Society – Books & Memorabilia
  • Peck & Potter Farm –  Jams, Jellies, and Baked Goods
  • Shaver-Hill Farm –  Maple Products
  • Harpersfield Nanny –  Quilted, crocheted, and knitted items
  • Traveler’s Tea –  Organic Teas
  • Maple Shade Farm –  Jams, Greens, Crafts
  • The Pickle Man –  Pickles
  • Harpersfield Cheese –  Cheese
  • Horton Hill Farm –  Honey
  • Ate O Ate Food Truck
  • Country Pride Cheese House Cheese, Cheese Spreads, Lamb

In addition, we will have live music (provided by Don Dales) and a visit from Santa Claus.

Information for vendors:

There is a $ 15 vendor fee for GSACC members.
There is a $ 30 vendor fee for non-GSACC members.

YOU WILL HAVE TO PROVIDE YOUR OWN TABLE(S)/CHAIR(S) FOR THIS MARKET.

THIS IS AN INDOOR MARKET. There is limited access to electricity.

LIABILITY INSURANCE IS REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MARKET. VENDORS MUST SUBMIT PROOF OF GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE (PREMISES AND PRODUCT) NAMING GSACC AS ADDITIONAL INSURED.
GSACC has been working all year to develop a plan through which you can purchase insurance specifically for participation in our Pop-Up Markets. We will contact you with pricing and availability if you check the appropriate response below. You may also want to check if your current homeowners insurance would issue you a Certificate of Insurance for this event.

PLEASE MAIL PAYMENTS AND PROOF OF INSURANCE TO: GSACC, PO BOX 166, STAMFORD, NY 12167 BY DECEMBER 15TH

*** Filling out this form does not automatically guarantee a vendor space at the market. You will receive a confirmation e-mail to let you know if your market application has been accepted.  To fill it out the Vendor Registration form, click here.

Holiday Fair @ MURAL on Main Gallery
Dec 20 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

logothumbThe Mount Utsayantha Regional Arts League (MURAL) is expanding their regular gift shop offerings into a four-day Holiday Fair December 18th through the 21st. Many local artists will display their work for sale. Choices include pottery, handmade soaps, fragrant candles, organic teas, jewelry, and wearable art, as well as original paintings and an assortment of prints and cards by local artists.

Dec
21
Sun
Holiday Fair @ MURAL on Main Gallery
Dec 21 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

logothumbThe Mount Utsayantha Regional Arts League (MURAL) is expanding their regular gift shop offerings into a four-day Holiday Fair December 18th through the 21st. Many local artists will display their work for sale. Choices include pottery, handmade soaps, fragrant candles, organic teas, jewelry, and wearable art, as well as original paintings and an assortment of prints and cards by local artists.

Feb
15
Sun
More Hobart History @ Hobart Community Center
Feb 15 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

logothumbPresented by Jim Meagley.

Lectures are followed by refreshments. There is no charge and all are welcome, but seating is limited.

Given the uncertainty of weather and illnesses, please call 607-538-9080 to confirm date and topic.

Mar
22
Sun
Faces of Freedom, Lives of Courage @ Adams' Antiquarian Book Shop
Mar 22 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

logothumbPresented by Tom Sears.

Lectures are followed by refreshments. There is no charge and all are welcome, but seating is limited.

Given the uncertainty of weather and illnesses, please call 607-538-9080 to confirm date and topic.

Apr
26
Sun
Confessions of a Reading Woman, Part II @ Adams' Antiquarian Book Shop
Apr 26 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

logothumbPresented by Deidre Larkin.

Lectures are followed by refreshments. There is no charge and all are welcome, but seating is limited.

Given the uncertainty of weather and illnesses, please call 607-538-9080 to confirm date and topic.