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Tony Trischka, Bluegrass and Family Fun at Harmony Hall on Sept 10th! 

We are excited to announce that Banjo great Tony Trischka and his band will be headlining the Eighth Annual Highlands Bluegrass Festival & Craft Fair this year on the Great Lawn of historic Harmony Hall. This year's festival is one of a series of very special surprised we have planned for our 2017-18 program year, which marks the 10th anniversary of the formation of Friends of Harmony Hall by educational charter on April 24, 2007. We can't think of a better way to celebrate than to invite our festival guests to enjoy the music of a world-class artist on our Great Lawn. We also are proud to once again be a part of New York State's annual Hudson Valley Ramble and look forward to welcoming visitors from throughout the region to enjoy true Appalachian music in the heart of the magnificent Hudson Highlands and Ramapo River Pass!

Gorgeous Crafts & Great Food

As we celebrate the last days of summer, why not prepare for the coming of winter by purchasing something that you could probably live without but don't want to! It is an important part of the Harmony Hall mission to support the communities of the Hudson Highlands.

FOHH is currently seeking craft and food exhibitors for the 2017 festival. If you are an artisan, or a Highlands purveyor of handmade crafts, craft beers, edibles or wines, and you are interested in exhibiting your wares during this year's festival, click here for more information and the 2017 exhibitor's application.

Something for Kids of All Ages

You bring the kids, and we'll provide the fun and games in our Kid's Corner while the adults enjoy local crafts, goodies and, of course, the music!. 

A Center for Culture at the Heart of the Ramapo Highlands

Before you leave, please stop by the exhibit sponsored by the Friends of Harmony Hall ~ Jacob Sloat House and introduce yourself. We are hard at work helping the Town of Ramapo to restore the 1848 Jacob Sloat House so that we will have a home from which we can introduce you to this beautiful and historic region. We'd love to tell you more or to welcome you onboard as our newest member!