RAIN AND SHINE, WE HAD A GREAT TIME!

THANK YOU FROM THE THIRD ANNUAL

LITTLE FALLS CHEESE FESTIVAL

 NEARLY 50 VENDORS, 27 NEW YORK STATE CHEESEMAKERS,

OVER 100 DIFFERENT CHEESES!

Here it is—our 2017 slideshow. Please enjoy! Heartfelt thanks to the fine photographers who donated their work.

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“Great turnout even with the crazy weather!!!! Loved to see the community coming together and supporting our local businesses!!!! We enjoyed the cheeses, maple product, and seeing people out…Cannot wait to see what new comes next year as every year this gets bigger and better!”

“My brother came from Albany for the Little Falls Cheese Festival. He said, ‘I can’t believe I just spent $130 on cheese…on cheese!! I’m so happy!’ ”

“Came w/son and granddaughter. Even with the rain…it was great. Well put on event…so many vendors and samples. We all love cheese…got a lot to bring home…and wine. A nice enjoyable family event…looking forward to next year.”

“We had a great time and delicious food! It was great food and entertainment!”

“Once again, awesome!!! Thank you, Little Falls, for putting this together!! Proud to be a valley girl!”

“Had a great time……..music, food, cheese galore……I will go back next year.”


FREE!: If you didn’t receive a Festival Program at the Festival, we still have a few left; please contact us and we’ll send one to you. • In addition to being a great mini-directory with all the community ads to refer to all year, the Festival Program is also filled with all sorts of fun information about Little Falls and the Erie Canal  (even a trivia quiz with which you can impress your friends)!


DID YOU KNOW? Little Falls, NY is the historic capital of cheese of the United States! The Little Falls Cheese Festival was created to showcase New York’s artisan cheesemakers and gourmet food producers and to celebrate the historical roots of Little Falls. The first cheese exchange in the United States was in Little Falls in the 1850s, which set the price of cheese for the country and influenced the price of cheese in Europe! Read more.