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Delaware County Stagecoach Arts Festival Set for July 6 & 7

Written By The Mountain Eagle on 7/3/24 | 7/3/24

TREADWELL & FRANKLIN — Artists in and around Treadwell and Franklin will open their studios, barns, homes, and galleries to the public from 10-5, rain or shine, on the first weekend in July.

Since 1996, Delaware County’s Stagecoach Run Art Festival has featured a juried selection of art that draws visitors from across New York State and beyond. This year, the work of more than sixty artists will be featured across twenty locations, most of them along the scenic stretch of road once known as the Catskill Turnpike.

Stagecoach is a self-guided tour and entirely free to the public. Many of its visitors begin their journey at the Bright Hill Literary Center in Treadwell where a salon-style exhibition of participating artists’ works can be found. The exhibit will remain for the month of July but can prove especially helpful when visitors are trying to plan their day(s) at the Festival.

The Stagecoach Festival’s mission is to strengthen the ties between artists and their community, highlighting the value the arts bring to the region, while offering a venue for those artists to display and sell their work.

Event maps will be in broad distribution in the month preceding the event but also available at any of the participating venues (recognizable for their large yellow signs) during the weekend of the event. 

Restaurants in the village of Franklin will be open, and the Franklin Community Museum, which just unveiled a newly renovated space, will be offering traditional summertime grill fare to benefit the museum.

For more information, please visit or follow us on Facebook or Instagram at /StagecoachRunFestival.

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