Adding to the fun and festive atmosphere at the 2nd Annual Little Falls Cheese Festival will be live music, live local theater performances, and more.
PLEASE CHECK BACK — the entertainment roster is growing — a great time is guaranteed for all!
From 10 am – 1 pm:
This always-popular band blends classic rock’n’roll with rhythm & blues. Enjoy smash hits from the 60s to the present–sing along, get up and dance!
From 2 pm – 5 pm:
A unique, enjoyable blend of bluegrass and jazz. Focused on music from the ’20s to the ’50s, their eclectic interpretations cover blues, swing, rock, and even classical music.
At their shows, teenagers discover music they didn’t know they liked, old men exclaim, “I haven’t heard that song in forever!,” and jazz freaks and casual listeners alike have a good time.
“WHERE’S THE BIG CHEESE?,” a one-act mystery play set in Little Falls, brought to you by LiFT (Little Falls Theater Company). Written by Angela Harris, directed by Matt Powers.
Two performances: 11:30 am and 2 pm. At “The Shop” at Vincent Guitars, 590 Main St.
Free admission, limited seating–arrive early!
CHEESE-MAKING INFORMATION AND DEMOS at the Little Falls Community Center, 524 Main St.
1:15 pm, live presentation on cheesemaking. Free admission, limited seating–please arrive early!
Continuously screened presentations: “Cheesemaking” and “Life on the Farm.”
GUIDED LITTLE FALLS CHEESE TRAIL WALKS
11 am and 3 pm. Sign up at the Ann Street information booth.
The guided cheese trail is a leisurely stroll from Main Street to Lock 17. Numbers are limited to 20 — sign up on a first come first served basis. There are steps involved in negotiating the railway underpass, but otherwise the trail is on sidewalks or blacktop. Allow up to an hour for the round trip.
To do the complete trail on your own (see page 8 of the festival booklet) allow a little less time.
BEEKMAN BOYS BOOK-SIGNING
1 pm – 2pm only. Booth 2.
don’t miss the LITTLE FALLS’ FARMERS MARKET, M&T Bank parking lot.
9 am – 5 pm (extended hours especially for the day of the Cheese Festival).
Stop by to browse, sample, and purchase local farm-grown and farm-raised produce, meats, and more.