Business of the Month

    February Business of the Month — Crill’ s Service and Tire Station is our February Business of the Month. Crill’s has been servicing Boonville for over 27 years. They can do all types and sizes of vehicles. As local owners they have given back to the community in many ways. The Chamber is proud to have them as our February Business of the Month.

    March Business of the Month — Our March Business of the Month takes us to Myers Towpath Restaurant and Lodge in Turin. Jen & Greg Myers purchased the Towpath in June 2011. Since their opening, they have brought great food to our area. With their large and in charge wings to their fresh, never frozen Steaks, Chicken and Fish. They also have gluten free items for those in need. Jen & Greg have been an active part of the Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce and we are happy to announce them as March Business of the Month.



Welcome New Members!

    The Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome their newest member — Awesome Country. Awesome Country foods is located on Route 12, Boonville. They have dips, spices, sauces, candy, soaps, pasta and so much more. You may have already seen them at our Farmer’s Market, now they have their own store. You will find something for everyone in this little store of goodies. Welcome to the Chamber!



Business After Hours

    Our most recent event was held on Sep 14, see our Facebook page for pictures.
    Our next Chamber After Hours events are: TBA — All events start at 5:30pm and last until 7:30pm, please RSVP the Chamber at 315-942-5112.



Upcoming Events

 Chamber Events

  • March 31 — Easter Egg Hunt — 200pm SHARP — Erwin Park, Route 12, Boonville — for kids 12 and under

  • Read Our Member Letter
  • *Advertising Promotions are open to all businesses to advertise in both the Boonville Herald and on our local radio stations WBRV, The Moose and The Blizzard at a great price!


 Other Area Events

  • April 7 — Adirondack High School Indoor Garage and Craft Sale — 900am to 200pm — Are you tired of this snow? Tired of being trapped inside? Come out April 7th, 2018 from 9am to 2pm and join your friends and neighbors at the Adirondack High School on State Route 294 in Boonville for the Annual Indoor Garage and Craft Sale! We have a full house again this year with fresh and familiar faces. Into leggings? We have Lula Roe as well as Agnes and Dora! Looking for purses? We have Thirty-one and home crafted ones as well. Come and get your fix of crochet items, wood crafts, jewelry, Scentsy, Foozy socks, horseshoe art, antiques, Young Living Essentials, and of course GARAGE SALE ITEMS!!! National Honor Society is hosting their famous Chinese Auction, the Class of 2019 will have lunch items available for sale, and the Class of 2021 is doing a Can and Bottle Drive… a great opportunity to clean out your winter collections of bottles and cans. Our manufacturing class will be selling bird houses and cutting boards… great gifts for family and friends! The school library will have a table of free books and magazines for the taking….yes, FREE stuff!!! New this year: Lewis County Humane Society will be on hand with adoptable pets so if you are in the market for a new member of the family, you are coming to the right place! Admission is FREE to one and all! We look forward to seeing you!

  • April 8 — Cub Scout Pack 13 Pancake Breakfast — 800am to Noon — VFW in Boonville at 108 Park Ave.
    They will also be having a Chinese Auction, Tickets $1.00 a ticket or 10 for $5.00 and 50/50 raffle. MENU consists of Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Coffee, Juice, and Milk. The cost of the Pancake breakfast is age 12 – Adult $ 7, ages 5 -12 $ 5, and Under 5-Free. See a Cub Scout for pre-sale tickets. The pre-sale tickets end on March 30th. No pre-sale tickets will be sold at the door. Tickets at the door for Adults (12+) $8, ages 5-12 $6 and under 5 free. Cub Scout Pack 13 Hope you can join them. They are looking forward to serving you a Fantastic Pancake Breakfast!

  • April 9 — ATV Roundtable Meeting — 500pm at Lewis County Search and Rescue — If you’re an ATVer or support ATVing now is the time to get involved. Do you know of any landowners that might open their land for ATV trails? If so have them contact Jackie Mahoney to see what the benefits are for doing so, her info is below. Next ATV Roundtable meeting is April 9th Please review and let me know if there are any changes that need to be made. Our next meeting will be April 9th at 5 pm at the Lewis County Search and Rescue. We will plan on discussing the SNIRT at this meeting. These meetings are open to all and it costs nothing to attend. Come out and get the facts. Checkout the attached minutes from the last meeting. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact Jackie Mahoney @ (315) 376-5972 or Guy Case.

  • April 28-29 — Ladies First — The Lodge at Headwaters is proud to announce our first annual LADIES FIRST Event!!! Come enjoy a weekend of wine, pampering, shopping, and fun! April 28-29, 2018 Vendor Set-up Saturday @ noon – Sunday at 2 — MORE INFORMATION

  • May 4 — MVCAA’s 52nd Annual Gala & Community Champions Award Presentation — Friday, May 4, 2018 6:00 to 10:00 PM EDT — Hart’s Hill Inn Whitesboro — Join MVCAA as we celebrate 52 Years of Helping People in the Mohawk Valley and Honor Our 2018 Community Champions! Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and award presentation, followed by dinner and dancing! CLICK TO REGISTER


 Dodge Pratt Northam Art & Community Center Events
 Call 315-942-5133 for details or visit
DPN Web Site

  • TBA: Classes for Basket Weaving, Loom Weaving, NOAA SkyWarn Training
  • Piano and Accordion Lessons — Tuesdays and Thursdays offered by Gail Haile, open to children and adults. Beginners or for those who want to brush up their skills. Contact DPN for available time slots.
  • Voice Lessons — Michael Scott Ferris is offering voice lessons for children and adults. Contact DPN for available time slots.
  • Guitar Lessons — Thursdays starting in October. Lessons for children are also available. Contact DPN for more information.
  • Computer Classes — Offered on Wednesday and Thursday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm. Adult beginner classes, Facebook or to learn how to use for genealogy research. Contact DPN to sign up as class size is limited or to request private classes.
  • FREE WiFi Internet Access and Computer Usage — Members can use our computers from 11:00am to 3:00pm Wed-Fri.
  • The monthly “Kids Crafts Day” will be announced in the Boonville Herald and posted on our Web site.


Saranac Soda with Covered Bridge Label!
Available only at the Chamber Offices
$2 each, $3 for 2 or $9 six pack




Proud of our past

Building for our future

“A Season For Everyone”


    If it sounds like Boonville combines the best parts of Central New York then we definitely agree!

    Our community is a natural center for lovers of outdoor life, rich history or just quiet relaxation.

    There’s no hectic resort atmosphere but we do have small town hospitality, friendly people and an engaging blend of the classic and the modern. Whether it’s shopping, hiking, winter sports or waking up in one of our charming bed and breakfasts, you’ll feel what we treasure about our area almost immediately.

    You can reach out and touch the history of New York and the United States, travel hundreds of miles by snowmobile, or even show your children real reindeer for Christmas.

    Our visitors find themselves returning to Boonville year after year. We’d love for you to join us for a day, or for a lifetime. Come to Boonville and let us help you create your own memories!


    Pictures of Boonville Gazebo and Winter Scene are courtesy O’Connor Printing, Inc. and available on postcards available at: O’Connor Printing, Great American, Allen’s Jewelry, Erwin Library



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