Stone Ridge Orchard. Only 2 hours from NYC.
3012 State Route 213, Stone Ridge, NY 12484.
Everyone will be parking in the orchard. The field is approximately a 5-minute walk from parking areas. You may drop off your guests at the entrance, but you must park ASAP after that.
For eating BBQ or drinking cider, pods will spaced 10 ft apart in the field. Masks must be worn around the farm unless you are a) in your pod or b) 10 ft away from other attendees. Food and beverage pick-up will be spaced and enforced. When purchasing admission online, you must have agreed to the health form in order to gain admittance into the event. Event security will be there to enforce social distance. Hand sanitizer stations will be provided.
Stone Ridge Orchard offers a few overnight “glamping” lodging options on these special event weekends for a lucky few attendees who can snap them up before they are gone. Listings are available on Tentrr. In addition, some rooms are still available at Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern in nearby Saugerties.
Q: What should I bring?
A: Bring a blanket and/or lawn chair, and wear layers in case it gets cold or buggy. Tents are not allowed. Outside food/beverage is not allowed. There will be mats to fit 2-4 people provided on the event field, first come first served, but may also bring additional chairs and blankets.
Q: What is the weather policy?
Events will go on Rain or Shine
Q: Are tickets refundable?
No refunds, however, tickets are transferable.
Q: Drinks…what’s the dealio?
A: Local cider, beer will be available for additional purchase.
Q: What kind of food?
A: Food for purchase from Urban Fork Food Cart, including Hudson Valley Apple crisp wings, deep fried PB&J and more. Coal oven pizzas and additional food and beverages are available for purchase and social distancing and timing will be enforced to reduce and eliminate lines.
Elizabeth Ryan, Caylin Sanders and Stephen Dima have known each other for many years supporting shared passion project Fulton Market Association, Inc., in New York City. Despite diverse backgrounds, including farming (Ryan), agritourism (Sanders), and production (Dima), this group came together via a common desire to support local farmers and makers just outside New York City. When the pandemic struck, this team joined forces, determined to find a way for the public to experience the joys of local agritourism and live music, all while supporting the farms that have been deeply affected by the drastic changes and limitation in local travel. And thus, Farm to Treble was born. See below for individual bios.
Elizabeth Ryan, producer of Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider and owner of Stone Ridge Orchard, is a renowned fruit grower and cider maker. Elizabeth has a degree in Pomology from Cornell University and she has also studied cider making in Somerset and Hereford in England. She is one of the founding GrowNYC Greenmarket farmers, received the Cornucopia award from Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, and was a Smithsonian Fellow. Her products can be found in multiple Greenmarkets and she also sells her cider, food and pastries at Fulton Stall Market. Follow Elizabeth on Facebook and Instagram.
Caylin Sanders is Founder & CEO of EscapeMaker.com, NYC’s guide to local getaways since 2000. An expert in the tourism industry, Caylin was the brains behind Emmy Award-winning EscapeMaker webisode series featuring the agritourism of New York State. She launched an Agritourism Pop-Up Shop in 2016 inside Fulton Stall Market, offering maps, guides and tours to help people plan more local farm escapes, winery weekends and craft beverage trail crawls. There, she produces their tasting events and large outdoor, themed events throughout the year. EscapeMaker also offers agritourism training for farmers. Follow Caylin on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Stephen Dima is President & Co-Owner of Dima Productions. Dima Productions has created and produced some of the largest music, comedy and family festivals in New York City. From the Seaport Music Festival to the NY Comedy Festival, Dima has worked with some of the biggest artists as well as some of the biggest brands in the country and has produced hundreds of major events in venues from Central Park to Madison Square Garden and Carnegie Hall. From introducing top indie acts like Animal Collective, Hot Chip, Grimes and The National to their first huge audiences in NYC, to working with legendary artists like Jerry Seinfeld, Roger Waters and Bruce Springsteen, Dima Productions has earned the respect of agents, artists and managers throughout the world.