The purpose of Cortland Repertory Theatre is to offer Central New York residents and visitors of all ages an opportunity to experience, at an accessible price, the range and scope of excellent professional theatre.
CRT serves the region by providing a long term commitment to cultural enrichment and by endowing its community with a sense of pride and ownership.
Online sales service begins
May 19, 2014
PDF Seating Chart
For Summer Performances at the Little York Pavilion –
6799 Little York Lake Road, Preble, NY 13141
Year-Round Administration/Box Offices ONLY –
24 - 26 Port Watson St
Cortland, NY 13045
Fall Fiber Arts Festival
Saturday, October 11, 2014 9:00-5:00
Sunday, October 12, 2014 10:00-3:00
at the national historic Little York Pavilion, Dwyer Memorial Park on Little York Lake
$5.00 admission for the public to benefit Cortland Repertory Theatre.
Kids 12 and under FREE
6799 Little York Lake Road
Preble, NY 13141
Featuring a wide variety of vendors
* Knitting * Spinning * Felting * Yarn * Pelts * Raw Fleeces * Blankets* Shawls *Clothing * Roving * Unique Fiber Products * Crafts * Christmas Gift Ideas *Sheep *Llamas * Angora Rabbits and Goats …and much more!
Light refreshments will be available for purchase. All proceeds support the CRT Guild.
For more information or questions, please send an email to:
LittleYorkFiberFestival@hotmail.com or call 607-753-6161
If you are interested in attending in 2014 as a vendor, you may download the vendor application (PDF) HERE.
2013 Vendors included:
A 2 Z Fibers, LLCAleatory Alpaca FarmAngora OnlineBurt's Peaceful Valley Enterprises
Castle Tower Alpacas
Cobblerock Ridge FarmConnie's ClosetCornucopia Yarn Shop
Cozy Rabbit Farm
Dan Tracy Designs, LLC
Fat Yellow Dog FarmFelt GoodsIronwood Hill FarmJoel S. Perkins & Son
Magpie Handcrafted Treasures & Curiosities
Maybe Tomorrow FarmNamaste Knolls Fiber ArtsPeartree
S & S Syrup
Salt City Yarn & Fiber Mill
Shepherd's Falls Farm
Spun Right Round LLC
Stillmeadow Finn Sheep
Tassawassa Ridge Fiber Farm
West Creek Family Farm
Windy Meadows FarmThe Wool Exchange