EAST MEREDITH — After a two-year hiatus, the West Kortright Centre’s annual family-friendly, summer’s end celebration returns to East Meredith. On Sunday, September 4, from noon–6 PM, the West Kortright Fair features three live bands, fresh local foods, an epic bake sale, local artisans and other vendors, a rummage sale, and plenty of children’s entertainment—including Wacky Wendy and her whimsical paper craft hats. Admission is by pay-what-you-can donation. The concert tent features West Kortright Centre Shakespeare alums Moppy Copperwheat and Zara Zee performing at 12:30 p.m. as the ”antifolk” duo Sourdoe, followed by the North Atlantic fiddle music of Drank the Gold at 2:15 p.m.. At 4:30 p.m., Atom & the Orbits blast off from the early rock & roll universe with a set of danceable two-minute old-school power pop songs à la Chuck Berry.

The West Kortright Fair will be held rain or shine. The West Kortright Centre is located at 49 West Kortright Church Road in East Meredith. Contact info@westkc.org with any questions. This event is sponsored by Catskill Country Living, Price Chopper, Stewart’s Shops, and New Music USA.

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