Farmers' Museum

Introduction to Blacksmithing, Crafting a Letter Opener

This is an introductory class geared toward people who are interested in beginning to learn about the art of blacksmithing. Participants will learn how to build a fire in the forge, heat metal, twist, cut, and bend while using the traditional tools and methods of a blacksmith. Each participant will build and take home a uniquely hand-crafted letter opener. This class is for participants 14 and older.

Location: Field Blacksmith Shop

Date: November 10, 10 AM-3 PM

Class Fee: Members $90, including lunch. Non-members $100, including lunch. All materials included.

Development Associate

Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmers’ Museum seek a Development Associate to cultivate giving campaigns and events which enhance the unforgettable experience our members and donors have. The ideal Development Associate will engage members and donors with their pleasant demeanor, timely responses, creative thinking, planning skills, and ability to create positive partnerships.

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Visitor Services Assistant

Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmers’ Museum have an opening for a full-time Visitor Services Assistant. The Visitor Services department is comprised of Museum Admissions and the Museum Stores. This position provides direct support to the Visitor Services Manager by maintaining accurate attendance records for both museums and handling school and special event admissions. Retail responsibilities include ordering merchandise, maintaining the e-commerce sites, assisting with restocking, and maintaining records of product information.

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Discover Beer Flavor: Hops and Brewing

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Join Aaron MacLeod, Director of the Hartwick College Center for Craft Food and Beverage, in historic Bump Tavern for a new 3-hour workshop on Friday, November 2. Learn about the origins of flavor in beer, including influences from raw materials and brewing techniques, as well as identifying common flavors found in beer.

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