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Welcome to the Sharon Springs Chamber of Commerce!

The mission of the Sharon Springs Chamber of Commerce is to promote and support local businesses, support civic and economic growth, and enhance the quality of life of the people who work and reside in Sharon Springs, New York.

We are a membership-driven organization founded in 1903. We not only strive to develop, promote, and support Sharon Springs businesses, but also to showcase our wonderfully diverse community at large. The Sharon Springs Chamber of Commerce membership consists of restaurateurs, retail merchants, lodging proprietors, professionals, service providers, community programs, and patrons.

We work to bring the business community together to advance the economic future of Sharon Springs.  More importantly we reach beyond our retail sector to embrace our civic and cultural organizations, our public school and library, and our trade workers. We are grateful for the support of our wonderful individuals and patrons  who work with us to achieve our goals.

About the Chamber

The Sharon Springs Chamber of Commerce membership has restaurateurs, retail merchants, professionals, service providers, community programs and patrons as members.

We may be a diverse group, but all have a connection to Sharon Springs.

Come celebrate with us!

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Sharon Springs Harvest Festival

September 21-22, 2024

The Sharon Springs Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the Annual Sharon Springs Harvest Festival will be held September 21 & 22, 2024. This bucolic celebration has been a favorite of locals and visitors to quaint, historic Sharon Springs, NY for over 20 years. It has evolved from a small garlic festival to a full-fledged fall festival with music, demonstrations, food, tastings, activities, artisans and makers. In keeping with last year’s harvest festival, this year we will continue to focus on our local farms along with the best of NY artisan specialty crafts while keeping all of the favorites of festivals that have come before.

 

We are looking for local farmers, artisans, producers, makers, not-for-profits, food trucks, breweries and more. As always, this event will make the perfect capstone to a great summer and offer a prelude to what Upstate New York autumns are all about.

Featured Member

Historic Cherry Valley Businesses

An association of businesses in greater Cherry Valley, NY that work together to host events, promote the area, encourage economic development, civic involvement, and general improvement of the village and environs.

 

The businesses of Historic Cherry Valley, New York, invite you to come and enjoy our natural beauty, historic heritage, and vibrant art community through our many events throughout the year.

Events Planned for 2024:

 • May 24-27 - Memorial Day Weekend Spring into Summer Festival

 • October - Art Trail (in coordination with Schoharie County Arts)

 • December 6-8 - Cherry Valley Holiday Weekend

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Featured Member

Edgefield Bed and Breakfast

A well-appointed Edwardian-era home providing comfortable accommodations. Edgefield is situated in the historic village of Sharon Springs in the midst of a wide variety of cultural offerings. There are several places of great natural beauty in the area which can be seen on short drives, as well as many family-centered sites and activities.
 

The original part of Edgefield was constructed in the 1860s and a wing added during the 1880s. The house was a small summer hotel during the later years of the 19th Century, known as the Curry House. When it returned to a private residence in the early 20th Century, a large front porch was removed and the façade altered in the Greek Revival style. Nine-foot-tall clear leaded glass windows and doors and a small entry porch were added. From 1916 to 1976 the residence was the third in a family compound of summer houses; the other two are across Washington Street. 

 

Edgefield is decorated throughout in English Country house style. Patterns abound! A life-long collection of antique English and American furniture; paintings, water colors and drawings; lamps and Oriental rugs, as well as small silver boxes, baskets and candlesticks, complement the Edwardian architecture of the house.

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