New York State Presidential Primary coverage is coming to the Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard in Fly Creek this Thursday and Friday afternoon courtesy of NBC as the network broadcasts LIVE.  According to a press release, traditionally small diners and cafes have been selected in earlier primary States however NBC has chosen small agribusinesses like the Mill to showcase the rural natural abundance of Upstate, NY.  Monday through Wednesday the show will be broadcast from Schoharie Valley Farms/ The Carrot Barn in neighboring Schoharie County.


If you want to experience all the action, the public is invited to tour the Mill and be a part of the television production of a live, nation-wide broadcast anchored by Kate Snow and Craig Melvin between 1:00 and 5:00 pm both Thursday and Friday, April 14 and 15.

You can find The Fly Creek Cider Mill three miles from the Village of Cooperstown, in the village of Fly Creek.  There is no admission charge for a tour and parking is free.  For more information visit their website at

Kate Snow, Craig Melvin  (Credit: Fly Creek Cider Mill)
Kate Snow, Craig Melvin  (Credit: Fly Creek Cider Mill)