Oxford is a lovely town located on the Chenango River in Chenango County, New York.Lafayette Park, a traditional village green, is surrounded by a small commercial center with a fifties style soda fountain (Hoppie's) serving excellent ice cream sodas and a family-owned drug store (Bartle's) with an interesting selection of glassware.The green hosts a Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings from 9 am to noon. Chances are you'll find it here - or rather the owner David O. Take a walking tour to see the handsome early 19th century architecture (including the Oxford Memorial Library built in 1794 by bridge designer, Theodore Burr) or hike the Finger Lakes Trail.
East End Farmers' Market - Every Saturday from am to pm from June 5th through October 23rd at Dexter Park at the corner of Franklin and Elm Streets AND on the Green in the Village of Homer every Wednesday evening from to 7 pm starting June 9th and running until October 27th.
Lindesay Patent Rural Historic District - "9,200-acre parcel of land comprising the southwestern portion of the Town of Cherry Valley, Ostego County, New York, is located at the northeastern corner of the Allegheny Plateau in central upstate New York.
The Lindesay Patent was first surveyed in 1739, and includes the historic village of Cherry Valley, as well as many farmsteads surrounding the village that represent 19th and early 20th century regional patterns of land use." New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets- Has information on Farmers Markets.
You can search I Love New York Farms: a Guide to Farm Fresh Products, which lists nearly 2000 farms offering food, products, and services directly to the public.
For example, a search for maple products in the Central Region located over 100 farms which sell maple products.
David Mabey's Antiques - 66 North Canal Street, Route 12, Oxford (607-843-9007). Mabey's building is literally crammed with objects. Chances are you'll find it here (or rather David will find it for you in some obscure corner).
Oxford is a lovely town with handsome early 19th century houses on the east side of the Chenango River.
Lafayette Park, a traditional village green, is surrounded by the commercial center with a fifties-style ice cream and sandwich shop (Hoppie's) and a family-owned drug store (Bartle's) with an interesting selection of glassware.
Castle on the Hill: New York State Inebriate Asylum - Complex of buildings on Robinson Street in Binghamton.
Designed by architect Isaac Perry, the original building was constructed around 1864.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on 12/09/97.