VISIT our North Country
A nonprofit organization dedicated to showcasing the folk culture and living traditions of New York's North Country. Explore this site to discover the diverse customs and traditions--like storytelling, music, crafts, foodways, and folk art--that make life special in our region, from the St. Lawrence River to the Adirondack Mountains.
TAUNY is the North Country's only non-profit organization dedicated to identifying, recording, and preserving the rich, living cultural heritage of our region. For over 30 years, community members like you have been contributing their time, money, and talent to help us accomplish our mission.
Submissions due Monday, August 10
11:00 am-3:00 pm
Winning recipes to be featured at August 14 TAUNY Cooks Tasting Tent
We want to hear about your experiences and creative responses over the past months and going forward, with the pandemic changing many of our daily ways, while also reinforcing our sense of what’s most familiar and important to us. Check out the project description here for more about what we're looking for and how to share it with us.
Carolina Lily is a beloved traditional quilt pattern, always popular in fabric quilts and barn quilts. TAUNY Board Member and barn quilt movement leader and teacher Ruth McWilliams has painted this lovely 2’ x 2’ on point barn quilt and donated it to TAUNY to raffle. Proceeds will support TAUNY operations and programming. Tickets are $5 each.
February 29-October 24, 2020
The North Country Folkstore
Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm
and Saturday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Shop in TAUNY’s North Country Folkstore and Go Home with One or More Photographs by Dorothy Badger
For the months of August and September, customers in TAUNY’s North Country Folkstore will receive an 8x10 color photograph by Massena photographer Dorothy Badger for every $25 spent.
Note: All images, text and other material found in this website © 2020 TAUNY. All rights reserved.