Little Falls is located in Herkimer County 23 miles east of Utica between St Johnsville and Herkimer along Highway 5 on the banks of the Mohawk River in the Northern Region of the state. Water has always been a factor in the development of the city of Little Falls. Although in the city's earliest days, the falls may have created a navigational problem, they soon became a natural blessing; their presence spurred the onset of settlement in the gorge and became a source of water power. Little Falls soon became a stopping point between New York City and the western part of the state.
Historic Canal Place is a revitalized industrial area that includes two refurbished 19th century stone mill buildings set amidst two parks along the Mohawk River. Little Falls is part of the Utica-Rome, New York metro area.
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Massachusetts Sheep and Woolcraft Cummington MA May25-26 All Massachusetts sheep producers and woolcraft enthusiasts are invited to participate in this event. Camping is available on the grounds for vendors and exhibitors.
Mountain Jam Festival Hunter Mountain NY June6-9 Mountain Jam is a four-day, multi-stage event, featuring approximately 50 bands on 3 stages in one of the Northeast’s most pristine natural amphitheaters.
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival Utica NY July18-21 A Who's Who of Bluegrass in the Beautiful Catskill Mountains. A Gathering of Music, Learning & Friends.
Connecticut Wine Festival Goshen CT July27-28 Taste the best of Connecticut’s wineries. Sample locally produced specialty foods. Enjoy live music. Browse for handicrafts. And more. It’s all happening at the Connecticut Wine Festival.
Williamstown Theatre Festival Williamstown MA June26-August18 Nestled in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, the Williamstown Theatre Festival is a summer-long celebration of theater that brings together a vast and impressive array of artists and offers audiences varied cultural experiences.
The Woodstock Fruit Festival Diamond Point NY August18-25 Children are our future and it is vitally important to expose them to the environment where eating whole raw fruits and vegetables is the norm.