Monday, May 23, 2016


Pompanuck Farm Hosts its 
Annual Memorial Day Potluck Picnic on Monday, May 30.

Every Memorial Day since 1994, Pompanuck Farm has hosted a day of community celebration. It is an “open house” event, a tribute to this day of remembrance and to the creativity of the people of our greater community. The public is invited to enjoy this day-long arts festival and tour Pompanuck’s buildings and grounds. Each year an outdoor stage is constructed and tents and tables are set for a community wide potluck sharing. 

Over the years the Memorial Day Picnic at Pompanuck has become an annual festival of community building; networking, play, meal sharing and a performance showcase for musicians and artists in varied media whose offerings often reflect the spirit of peace.

This event is free and open to the public. Bring a dish and family and friends. This year, Pompanuck will hold its Memorial Day gathering on MONDAY, MAY 30 immediately following the Memorial Day Parade in downtown Cambridge New York until dark.
When: Directly following the Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 30 in downtown Cambridge, New York until dark
Where: Pompanuck Farm, 494 Chestnut Hill Rd., Cambridge, NY

Why: To honor and remember and to celebrate community!

Little Circus a juggling, clowning and aerial trapeze show!

Music ~ Cradle Switch

  and Natural History

Play ~ Hoola Hoops, juggling scarves, the tite pipes, fantastic bubbles                  

Food and Beverages

You’re welcome to bring your own picnic...
purchase a delicious meal and other goodies from the Round House Bakery Concession (all proceeds from the sale of food goes directly to help fund the purchase of 1 Washington St., our present home.)
The Little Circus, a self contained 45 minute show featuring aerial fabric, trapeze, juggling, and tight wire. The show is infused with the warmth, humor, and audience participation for which Give & Take is known, and is a consistent hit with children and adults alike.  The Little Circus is suitable for school assembly programs, fairs & festivals, community events, and anywhere else that families gather.

Pompanuck Farm is located at 494 Chestnut Hill Road in Cambridge NY. Call 518-677-5552 or email: for info and visit

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Spring Vacation Enrichment Program 2016

Spring Adventures in the 

Round House Kitchen 

and Pompanuck Farm

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 25, 26 and 27, 2016
9:00am - 2:30pm daily.

Thanks to a grant from Stewart’s Corporation, Pompanuck Farm is offering three days of kids cooking, hiking and “making” adventures during the school vacation week.

Dates are Mon, Tues and Wed,  April 25, 26 and 27, from 9:00am to 2:30pm each day. The program is is open to all children of elementary school age with an enrollment limit of 20 students.  The cost is $30 per day or $80 for all three days. All meals and materials are included.

Each day we will plan, make, serve, eat and clean up a snack and a lunch while learning a lot about food. Between cooking and baking time we’ll explore the woods, ponds and streams around Pompanuck Farm, play outdoor games and enjoy quiet times in the Round House.

Program leaders are Lisa and Scott Carrino, teachers and food enthusiasts andveteran Round House Bakery staff members, Colleen McAvoy and Emily Davis.

You may register one of three ways:
__call Pompanuck Farm at 677-5552
__email Lisa Carrino at and we will send you registration forms or 
__register online here:

Please contact us before registering if your child has food allergies.

Pompanuck Farm is a 501c3 not for profit educational institution.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

ReggaePizza Big Night! Spring 2016

Saturday, April 9, 2016  6:30 - 11:00pm 

Pompanuck Farm

See below for complete details.

A Fundraiser for Pompanuck Farm Institute

Featuring “The Dread Resistors” with special guest Bruce Williamson and you never know what surprise guests may appear!

Experience community in a unique venue with exciting reggae Music to dance to and exquisite Pizza! Come and dance the night away! 
Wood-fired pizza by Scott Carrino and friends