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Thurman Fall Farm Tour

goats in a pen
a cheese plate
tractor ride
tractor ride
man on tractor
horses in field near cars
man doing woodworking
man facing animal
man near catapult
Pure Maple from Mud Street Maple
Award winning Kunik of Nettle Meadow
goats running
metalworking tools
Quilt display at the Thurman Quilt Show
Resident of the Kemp Sanctuary at Nettle Meadow
Got Maple
Saw mill demonstration at Martins Lumber
Breakfast at Valley Rd Farm
Toad HIll
Residents at Blackberry HIll
Fall produce at Whitefields Farm
Wagon Ride at Toad Hill
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Travel to Thurman and spend a fun family autumn day seeing the sights and enjoying country friendliness at its best!

The event showcases farms, maple producers, a goat and sheep farm, sanctuaries, and a tree farm and lumber mill promoting sustainable forestry through a self-guided tour of the largest farms and unique sites in the area. Visit farms over 200 years old and others that have been carved out of woodlands in this decade.

There will be a quilt show, kids activities, trebuchet punkin chunkin', and animal encounters. Bring your camera!

Start the day with a pancake breakfast at Valley Road Maple Farm. Mike and Ralph serve up all-you-can-eat fluffy flapjacks topped with Valley Road maple syrup and Oscar's Adirondack Smokehouse sausages. Breakfast starts at 9am and goes until 1pm.

Thurman Fall Farm Tour, just 20 minutes from Lake George Village will showcase some farms over 200 years old. Pack up the family for a day of country fun and stellar shopping at the Thurman Fall Farm Tour on Saturday, October 12, from 10 am to 4 pm.  

With a map and guide found in town or online, you’ll be able to self-guide to unique sites for free open houses at farms and sugarhouses with ag-citing activities for all ages.

Shop for cheese products, jams, jellies, organic veggies and meats and artisans’ wares. See the punkin-chunkin’ trebuchet, take wagon rides, taste maple, cheese, and menu items.  Make your first stop the Quilt show at the Town Hall, pick up your map and passport for chances to win a basket full of goodies from our farms. Explore a goat and sheep dairy farm with a kids’ activity tent, visit a horse ranch. See a Dutch timber frame barn being built; learn about sugaring, mushrooms, medicinal plants and enjoy country friendliness at its best.  See specifics and updates at the Visit Thurman web site   This event, hosted by Thurman Community Assoc., is made possible by Warren County occupancy taxes.

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