THE REALLY BIG SHOW =  SPRING  

Our annual home, garden and business expo -- with some crafts, food and wine, too -- is slated for April 25 and 26 at Clarkson University's Cheel Arena. Vendors, click here to download a vendor packet. Look for a complete vendor list and schedule, coming soon.

ANTIQUE LURES APPRAISED SATURDAY

A collection of antique lures and other fishing equipment will be displayed at The TAUNY Center, Main Street, Canton, through May. On Saturday, April 12, the exhibit opens at 10 a.m. and curator Ray Bartholomew will offer free appraisals of vintage lures from 1 to 3 p.m. 
 

HOLIDAY POSTCARDS ON DISPLAY

"Historic Easter Postcards" featuring Easter greetings of yore is open at the Potsdam Public Museum. Don't miss the "Bunny Band" card... 

QUILTING THE SEAWAY TRAIL 

The Great Lakes Seaway Trail hosts The Hoffman Challenge Quilt Exhibit  April 12-13,  at the 1000 Islands Art Center, Clayton. Sixty quilts will be on display; admission is $5. Visit the Seaway Trail website for more information. 
 

FREE SPRING BREAK FUN

 
 
The Friends of the Robert Moses State Park Nature Center host “Upcycle Art Daycamps” at the Massena Community Center, 61 Beach St., each morning from April 14 to April 18. Kids five to 12 can learn how to transform a potato chip bag into a wallet, or water bottles into bracelets. Pre-registration is required. And family-friendly movies will unspool during spring break week at the New York Power Authority’s (NYPA) Frank S. McCullough, Jr. Hawkins Point Visitors Center in Massena. Admission, parking and 
popcorn are all free.
 

BRING THE DOG

Take the entire family on vacation to St. Lawrence County -- click here to discover our pet-friendly accommodations.

 

New from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation: the New York Wildlife Viewing Guide, describing more than 100 places to observe wildlife from bald eagles to white-tailed deer. Visit NewYorkWatchableWildlife.org to find out more.

 

 

 

 

 

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