Outdoors in Delhi: Go Hiking!

Bramley Mountain Trail (photo by Catskill Mountain Club)

Bramley Mountain Trail (photo by Catskill Mountain Club)

Experience the magic of the outdoors right here in Delhi! Hiking is free and simple to do, and great for any time of year. Hike our scenic trails and breathe in some fresh mountain air - there are many great hikes to choose from!

  • Gribley Trail (3.08 miles)
    Named after the beloved character in the children’s novel My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George, which was set near Delhi. The trail starts at the end of Sheldon Drive near the high school in Delhi. After a steep climb, the trail passes through varied vegetation, offering views of the village. It then proceeds west near the ridgeline of the mountain, then finally descending to meet the Bulldog Run Trail. Follow the Bulldog Run Trail to the Immanuel Lutheran Church Trailhead.
  • Bulldog Run Trail Loop  (2.39 miles)
    Named after Delaware Academy Central School’s mascot, the trail meanders the side of Federal Hill in an easy loop, starting and ending at the Immanuel Lutheran Church Trailhead.
  • Frightful’s Falls Trail (.36 miles)
    Named after the falcon, a second character in My Side of the Mountain, this trail connects Bulldog Run to the Gribley Trail.
  • Bramley Mountain Trail (4 miles)
    A moderate level trail leaving to the summit of Bramley mountain, where there are open views, a former fire tower, and an abandoned bluestone quarry. Impressive cliffs and caves line the footpath between the summit and the quarry. Access the trail by parking on Glen Burnie Rd, one mile south and uphill of its intersection with County Road 18, Delhi.  

Delhi's Annual Harvest Festival Saturday, September 23rd

The tradition continues! Join us for the 33rd Annual Delhi Harvest Festival!

The Greater Delhi Area Chamber of Commerce (GDAC) is hosting the Delhi Harvest Festival on Saturday September 23rd from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the help of the Catskill Ladies Association to Support & Inspire, CLASI The festival will take place at Delhi's Courthouse Square on Main Street in Delhi and will happen RAIN OR SHINE. 

Well over 60 vendors will be selling wonderful items including all sorts of jewelry, handmade gifts, yarns, art work, handbags, baked treats, wooden items and much more. From noon until 4:00 p.m., the band Bluestone Country will perform in the bandstand for all to enjoy.


Harvest Festival 2016 

Harvest Festival 2016 

Happy Vendors from 2016-Willow Birch Apothecary

Happy Vendors from 2016-Willow Birch Apothecary

The streets of Delhi are full of shoppers and people enjoying our beautiful small town! 

The streets of Delhi are full of shoppers and people enjoying our beautiful small town! 

Pellegrino Grant for 2017 Announced-Deadline for Applications July 15th, 2017

The Greater Delhi Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the opening of the application process for the 2017 Pellegrino Grant. This grant will be awarded to a member business that is interested creating a project that directly impacts the beauty of the greater Delhi area. 

Visit the Pellegrino Grant page here to apply. 

Applications are due by midnight, July 15th. If you need any assistance with the application process, please contact us here

Fair on the Square in Delhi

Photo: Julie Hilson

Photo: Julie Hilson

It's been an annual tradition for 44 years, and the Delhi Fair on the Square will return again this summer! Every Friday during the month of July, the community gathers together on Courthouse Square to enjoy live music in the gazebo, local vendors, kids' games, crafts, food, and each other. Join us for beautiful summer evenings on the Square!

The Fair on the Square is brought to you by the Delhi Fire Department, Delhi Kiwanis Club, Delhi Masons, Delhi Rotary ClubDelhi Women’s Club, and Knights of Columbus.

Fair on the Square in Delhi
Fridays in July from 5pm to 9pm

Courthouse Square
Delhi, NY

Delhi Farmers' Market Starts This Week

We love the warm weather because it means Farmers' Markets!

The Delhi Farmers' Market is a wonderful opportunity to connect with local farmers and producers. Shoppers can expect a wide array of products including fresh local produce, cheese, fresh baked goods, locally raised bedding plants and hanging baskets, locally produced crafts and maple products. Purchasing locally grown produce and products keeps more capital in the community and it is environmentally friendly since it was grown or produced within a drivable distance, reducing the amount of resources required for transport.

This year's market will have something for everyone.

Join us every Wednesday through September at Courthouse Square in Delhi! 

Networking Event this Thursday in Delhi

Our goal as an organization is to be a resource to businesses in the region and we would love for you to utilize us as a resource and join us to help support the entire business community. 

Next month, we are excited to host another networking mixer. Please join us at Tay Tea on Main Street in Delhi for an evening of community building with light snacks, tea, drinks and more. We're excited to use this meeting to kick off the Pellegrino Grant for 2017 and also talk about some of the great new things that we are planning for the rest of the year. 

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First Annual Dr. Candace Vancko Grant Winner Announced

The Greater Delhi Area Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate The Cardio Club on being announced as our first Dr. Candace Vancko Grant recipient. Co-owners Raegan Reed and Laura Stewart submitted the winning application with a commitment to expanding their product line and services in an effort in increasing health and wellness in the community, specifically the SUNY Delhi student population. 

This is a matching grant that the Greater Delhi Chamber of Commerce will be awarding annually to the area member business that is ready to invest into their business with the purpose of directly impacting the student population of SUNY Delhi. This can take many forms, including, but not limited to, adjusting inventory, adding an attraction, or offering a new service with the primary focus of better serving and connecting to the SUNY student population.

We will be doing a call for applications again in September 2017. If you are interested in attracting the student population to your business with a unique and innovative approach and are willing to match our investment of up to $500, we suggest that you apply. Please sign up for our email newsletter to get the latest news and updates. 

Please join us in congratulating Cardio Club




Delhi Harvest Festival

The Greater Delhi Area Chamber of Commerce (GDAC) is hosting the 33rd Annual Delhi Harvest Festival on Saturday September 23rd from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The festival will take place at Delhi's Courthouse Square on Main Street in Delhi and will happen RAIN OR SHINE.  

Over 60 vendors will be selling wonderful items including all sorts of jewelry, handmade gifts, yarns, art work, handbags, baked treats, wooden items and much more. From noon until 4:00 p.m., the band Bluestone Country will perform in the bandstand for all to enjoy.

The Automobile Endurance Run will be traveling through Delhi on the same day as the Harvest Festival.  It's going to be a great day in Delhi!

Only one of each Direct Company will be permitted.


  1. Pink Zebra
  2. Bee Thankful Honey
  3. Dale's Blue Butterfly Boutique
  4. LuLaRoe
  5. Lilla Rose
  6. Thirty-One
  7. Cooperstown Country Store
  8. Baggie's Boutique
  9. Gifts Galore
  10. Scenic Woodburnings and More
  11. Harry Finerow
  12. Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention
  13. Tracy's Treasures
  14. Pine Hill Books
  15. Perfectly Posh
  16. Jo's Creative Crochet
  17. Catskill Country Studio
  18. Pinkey Puzzles
  19. Quilter's Delights
  20. Bathsaver
  21. Florence Seeley
  22. Usborne Books & More
  23. Burn Ayr Farm
  24. Catskill Mountain Maple Gifts
  27. Baskets & More
  28. ScarfGirl Fiber Arts
  29. One of a Kind De-Signs
  30. Lipsense by Senegence
  31. Anderson's Hillbilly Honey
  32. River Eagle Creations
  33. Delhi Women's & Men's Club
  34. Kaatskill Gifts & Kollectibles
  35. Violet & Blue Jewelry
  36. Tupperware
  37. Banker’s Dozen
  38. Vicki’s Barnwood & Fence post
  39. W.C.S Ceramics
  40. EVAN
  41. CLASI/Miller's BBQ
  42. Two Vintage Ladies
  43. Jess About Massage
  44. Maple Shade Farm
  45. Sweet Ending Desserts
  46. Delaware County Senior Council
  47. Willow & Birch Apothecary
  48. Trades of Hope
  49. Maplewood Farm
  50. Pampered Chef
  51. Lori Rae Jewelry
  52. Delaware Academy Varsity Girls Volleyball
  53. AdvoCare International
  54. Kaleidoscope Art
  55. Ellen Crawford Designs
  56. American Legion Ladies Auxiliary
  57. Thirty-One
  58. Scentsy
  59. Northern Lights Angel Catskill Krafted
  60. naturesknuggets
  61. Delaware Academy GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)
  62. The 3 Stitching Ameigos
  63. Soul Song Originals Jewelry
  64. Pure Romance by Trish
  65. Delaware County Democrats
  66. DA German Club
  67. On the Light Side
  68. Greenane Farms
  69. BB's Hand Made
  70. Head to Toe
  71. Only One Pottery
  72. Eccentricities Inc.
  73. Loads of Leggings
  74. Healing Science Today
  75. Family Planning of South Central New York
  76. Walton Trading Post
  77. Main Street Cards & Gifts
  78. Delaware County Community Action Network

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!  Contact Christina at delhichamber@delhitel.net


REGISTRATION IS CLOSED! Contact Christina at delhichamber@delhitel.net to check for openings.

Name *
What name do you want on the map?
What category is your type of product? *
Note: All vendors selling food are responsible for making sure they meet New York State Department of Health regulations. If you have questions, please contact the local office for the Department of Health at 607-432-3911.
What Vendor Space are you registering for? *
Please use the PayPal link at the bottom of this form or mail a check for the appropriate amount to the Greater Delhi Area Chamber of Commerce at PO Box 46 in Delhi, NY 13753 in order to reserve your location.
Were you a vendor at last years Harvest Festival? *
If you cannot remember the number you were assigned, please tell us about where you were located for the event.
If possible, would you like to be placed there again? *
We will do our best to accommodate all requests.
We agree to indemnify and save harmless the Greater Delhi Chamber of Commerce or the Catskill Ladies Association to Support & Inspire against and from any and all loss, damage expense, cost charges, liability clains and demands occuring or resulting from or connected with our exhibits. Sponsor shall have no liability to any exhibitor for postponements because of acts of God, accident, fire or other interruption of whatever nature beyond the sponsor's control. *

Pay with PayPal below.

Select the space you are registering for, then add to cart and complete payment process.

Chamber email is delhichamber@delhitel.net

Harvest Festival Spaces

State-Wide Maple Weekend

Did you know that New York State is home to the largest resource of tappable maple trees within the United States? Our state’s unique climate and forestry make it naturally perfect for maple syrup production. As a result, there are hundreds of maple syrup producers in our state making some of the finest maple products you will find anywhere.

On the weekends of March 18-19 and March 25-26, New York State celebrates maple production with the annual, state-wide Maple Weekend. Here in the Greater Delhi Area, Catskill Mountain Maple will be participating on both weekends by offering a special pancake breakfast event. Details below.

A pancake breakfast with maple syrup, eggs, sausage and a beverage will be served by local 4-H Clubs. Suggested donation is $4/person to help support 4-H Camperships to Camp Shankitunk in memory of Terry Kaufman. You will also be able to buy maple products such as maple syrup, maple granulated sugar, maple cream, maple cotton candy, maple jelly, maple-coated nuts, maple mustard, and maple popcorn.

March 18-19 and March 25-26 at 9am-1pm

Catskill Mountain Maple
65 Charlie Wood Road, County Route 2
DeLancey, NY
(Between DeLancey and Andes)

For more info, please call 607-746-6215

Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Delhi

Photo: Charley Beveridge

Photo: Charley Beveridge

On Saturday, March 18, meet on Main Street, Delhi, NY, at 12:00 pm for the St. Patrick's Day Parade start and enjoy pipe bands, floats, community leaders and kids of all ages as they celebrate the day! After the parade, there are brief performances on the Court House Square with some vendors.

As is tradition, festivities continue at O'Neill's Shire Pub at 123 Main Street where food and drink flow until the evening. Local rock band Esquela kicks off in the bar at 4pm.