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Windham Civic Centre
5379 Main Street
Windham, NY 12496

Built in 1834, the Windham Civic Centre, is the former Centre Presbyterian Church in Windham, NY.  The building was donated to the town in the late 1970s and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.  Restored in the 1990s, the Centre has a capacity of 250 seats and is noted for its warm acoustics.  It has been used for numerous concerts and presentations for the community, and has been the home of the Blackdome Festival since 2017 and the Windham Chamber Music Festival since 1997.  A number of concerts at the Civic Centre have been broadcast nationally on American Public Media’s Performance Today.

Located on Main Street in the center of Windham, the Civic Centre is a short walk to shopping, restaurants, a wine bar and a cafe.


The Windham Local
5410 Main Street
Windham, NY 12496

The Windham Local is a restaurant that opened in Summer 2017 as a place to gather and enjoy fresh, tasty, local food and drink. This old brick building was once a bank.  The open, airy dining room has soaring ceilings where many of the original features of the space remain in place, including the walls and flooring of the old bank vault.  Inspired by the beauty, bounty and warmth of the Catskills, the Windham Local celebrates the products and people of Windham and the surrounding area.


Windham Fine Arts

5380 Main Street
Windham, NY 12496

Windham Fine Arts is a contemporary gallery located in the heart of historic downtown Windham. The gallery opened its doors in 2001 after a three-year restoration of the original 1855 structure. Steeped in local elegance and charm, with over 3000 square feet of curated space, the gallery is enjoyed by artists and patrons alike. Representing many diverse and distinguished artists, both local and internationally acclaimed, they present solo and group exhibitions, while hosting cultural and art events year-round.