Harvest Fest

The Tompkins Corners Cultural Center in Putnam Valley hosted a harvest festival on Saturday (Oct. 24) that included songs and music from Hans Christian Andersen stories and plenty of other all-natural entertainment for children.

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2 thoughts on “Harvest Fest

  1. Thanks for this beautiful slideshow, and your support for local volunteer preservation and cultural organizations like Tompkins Corners Cultural Center.

  2. Thanks so much, Ross, for your wonderful photos and to The Current for following what we are doing “over the hill” in Putnam Valley at Tompkins Corners Cultural Center!

    I’d also like to thank the Putnam Arts Council for their generous grant which allowed us to present Lou Del Bianco as part of our ‘Storytelling for Families” series. We hope to be able to offer much more programming for children post-COVID.

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