About the Folklife Center
The Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library is an award-winning program created in 1993, charged with the mission to research and present the cultural traditions of the upper Hudson Valley and southern Adirondacks of upstate New York. Its core programs–Special Collections, Exhibitions, and Cultural Events–are largely supported by grants, and have attracted a large, diverse regional audience to its gallery, research room, and cultural programs.
Learn the history behind the Library and the new Folklife logo, see how our new neon sign was crafted, and take an animated tour with founding director, Todd DeGarmo.
What is Folklife?
The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress provides guidance.
The Folklife Center will be reopening on Tuesday, June 1st with the following hours:
|Monday||9 AM to Noon, 1 to 7 PM|
|Tuesday||9 AM to Noon, 1 to 7 PM|
|Wednesday||9 AM to Noon, 1 to 7 PM|
|Thursday||9 AM to Noon, 1 to 7 PM|
|Friday||9 AM to Noon, 1 to 5 PM|
|Saturday||9 AM to Noon, 1 to 5 PM|
Closed Sundays and Holidays
The Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library
251 Glen Street, on City Park
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Todd DeGarmo, Founding Director
Kevin Rogan, Librarian
Erica Gonyea, Archivist
Tisha Dolton, Historian
The Folklife Center's activities are made possible in part by financial support from the New York State Council on the Arts - Folk Arts Program with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.