We have a table at the Sharpe Maple Celebration on March 15. Enjoy the celebration and stop on by! We will have merchandise for sale, information about the group, and signup sheets.
2014 Work Days are here! Come join us as a volunteer from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm on the following Saturdays:
- March 8
- April 5
- May 3
- June 7
- July 12
- August 2
- September 6
- October 4
We will be pulling weeds, trimming grass, sweeping, cleaning, and maintaining. We will also be asking for help with other larger projects.
Work days can be canceled or rescheduled due to inclement weather. If you would like to help out at a work day, please contact us ahead of time so that we may notify you of any changes.
The Kimlin Cider Mill is located at 140 Cedar Avenue, on the east side of the road, just north of Kimlin Court.
Cider Mill Friends is joining Friends of Jackson House for the “Walk for History” across the Walkway Over The Hudson on November 24. Come walk to save our historic resources!
An Old-Fashioned Cider Tasting
as part of Cider Week New York, to benefit restoration activities at the Kimlin Cider Mill
Saturday, October 26, 2013
at the Kimlin Cider Mill, 140 Cedar Avenue (just north of Kimlin Court), Poughkeepsie, NY
– Behind-the-scene tours of the historic (c.1880) Kimlin Cider Mill
– Cider tasting from local cider makers, including our own KIMLIN CIDER
– Silent auctions
– Apple bobbing
– Pumpkin painting
Admission: $25/adult, $10/child age 2-12 — includes tasting glass for the first 100 people
Special Thank You to our Sponsors & Donors to this Event:
– Peach Hill Park in Poughkeepsie (provided apple for our Kimlin Cider)
– Kettleborough Cider House (provided cider for the tasting)
– Breezy Hill Orchard and Stone Ridge Farm (provided cider for the tasting)
– And more!
Join us at the Fair Trade Bazaar at the Aula (adjacent to Ely Hall) on the campus of Vassar College on Raymond Avenue in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Join us at the Arlington Street Fair September 21-22, 2013 on Raymond Avenue in Poughkepsie.
Join us at the home of our president for our spring gathering to benefit restoration activities at the mill, “An Apple Afternoon”. Enjoy homebrewed cider, homemade refreshments, talks on the art of cider making, recently-acquired historic artifacts and artwork, and a raffle. Talks by apple grower and cider making Elizabeth Ryan of Breezy Hill Orchard, and homebrewer Ian McGregor. $25/per person (tax deductible). RSVP required.