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7/5/2015 Norwood Village Green's 42nd Annual Concert Series: THE ALL STAR BIG BAND with guest artist alto sax superstar Steve Wilson

Steve was a 4 year member of Origins led by Chick Corea (same bass player and drummer who are in Chick’s current band, The Vigil). He has taught at Juilliard, the Manhattan School of Music and SUNY, Purchase. He is currently teaching at City College and has played with a host of internationally celebrated jazz musicians.

 

For more information: www.nvgcs.org  joe@nvgcs.org   315-353-2437 land  315-261-2866


7/9/2015 Fire Making and Hand Drumming Campfire with Len Mackey

Fire Making and Hand Drumming Campfire with Len Mackey

Wachtmeister Field Station, Canton, NY

Thursday, July 9, 2015 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm

 

Want to roast some s'mores? Learn the Earth's oldest ways of making fire with hand or bow drill. Feel the deep, peaceful power of songs from Native North America and Guinea West Africa, and learn how to play traditional rhythms during this interactive performance by Len Mackey.


7/10/2015 Art Market

POTSDAM - Art Market - Meet local artists, view their work, buy directly from the artists. Free & open to the public. At Ives Park. Info, SLC Arts: 315-265-6860www.slcartscouncil.org.


7/11/2015 Oxbow Fire Company Dance

The Oxbow Volunteer Fire Company will be hosting a Dance on July 11 from 9pm to 1am at 37653 County Route 25, Antwerp. Music provided by DJ Spin Man Slim. Admission is $6.00 and includes one free drink.


7/11/2015 Letterboxing Workshop and Trail Walk

Letterboxing Workshop and Trail Walk

A. George Davis Park, Potsdam, NY

Saturday, July 11, 2015 – 10:30am to 12:00pm

 

Letterboxing is a treasure hunt that anyone can participate in by looking online for clues, hearing about a box by word of mouth or running into one by accident. A letterbox is a small hidden container holding a unique stamp and log book. In our workshop we will create trail names of our own, find some letterboxes by the river, and check out cool wildlife along the way! Never been letterboxing? No problem! We'll help get you started with all the materials you'll need for this event. Please RSVP to natureupnorth@gmail.com so we know that you're coming! 


7/11/2015 American Legion Legacy Charity Ride

American Legion Riders Chapter, sponsored by  Norfolk American Legion Post 925, will hold their 2nd American Legion Legacy Scholarship Charity Ride on Saturday, July 11, 2015. All proceeds collected will be donated to the National American Legacy Scholarship Fund. Registration will begin at 9am at the Norfolk  Post, St. Rt. 56, at the corner of East High St. and ride will depart at app. 11am. Plans are for a ride of app. 100 miles in length in St. Lawrence & possibly Franklin County locations with two or three stops during the ride. The Ride will return to Post 925 later in the afternoon where raffle tickets will be available and likely a poker hand, followed by a great meal at the Norfolk Post. 

For more information call 315-328-4766


7/11/2015 Chicken Barbeque

The Oxbow Volunteer Fire Company will be holding a chicken barbeque on July 11 from 12pm - 3pm at 37635 County Route 25 in Antwerp. Dinners are $9.000 and include 1/2 chicker, salt potatoes, baked beans, cole slaw and dessert. Eat in or take out.


7/12/2015 Paul Meyers Jazz Trio

The Edwards Opera House presents the Paul Meyers Jazz Trio on Sunday, July 12 at 5:00 at 161 Main Street, Edwards.

Tickets $12 for adults and $5 for children ages 6-12. Tickets will be available at the door. 

For more information please visit www.edwardsoperahouse.org


7/12/2015 Food Forest Tour Set

WELLESLEY ISLAND, NY --  The Local Living Venture and Cross Island Farms are coordinating a special Summer event, the "Magical Mystery Tour: A Guided Walk Through a Developing Edible Forest Garden" on Wellesley Island, near Alexandria Bay, NY on Sunday, July 12 from 12 noon to 2 p.m.

The itinerary includes sharing information about edible trees, bushes and perennial plants. 
Host Dani Baker will describe the process of planning and planting over 200 varieties of edible perennial plants in an accessible arrangement that is both pleasing to the eye and to the palate.  

Dani Baker is a former psychologist, but she retired in 2006 to operate a diversified organic farm with partner David Belding.  Over the next few years they gradually added heritage breed pastured pigs, chickens, meat goats, beef cattle, ducks and turkeys.  Their farm has a small wind turbine and solar array to supply the farms' electric power, and they offer farmer-guided educational organic farm tours and on-farm primitive camping.  

This guided educational tour with the Local Living Venture is an opportunity to learn about the seven permaculture layers that they have incorporated in their edible food forest, always with an eye to 
building excellent soil composition and minimizing labor and other inputs.


Permaculture is an agricultural method that incorporates human needs with respect for natural systems in such a way that it creates highly efficient and self-sustaining ecosystems.  This means less work for the gardener, since weeds are given less than optimal conditions to grow in, for one example, or considered for their food value as another example.  

Edible forest gardens are a form of permaculture that mimics the structure and function of natural forests, while producing food and other useful products.  Participants will get a glimpse into the planning and design of a low maintenance food-producing landscape and explore using fruit, nuts and perennial vegetables in a food forest setting where permaculture principles, such as plant pairings for regenerative growth and ease of care, are highlighted.

Participants can also pick and taste in-season edibles and will go home with a potted perennial plant to begin or add to their own edible gardenscape.

There is a suggested donation for this unique event of $17 per adult or $10 for students, and carpooling options are available through Ridebuzz.org.  Following and separate from the Local Living Venture coordinated edible food forest tour is an optional Farm Tour, at a nominal cost, independently presented by proprietors Dani Baker and David Belding. 

To sign up, contact LocalLivingVenture@gmail.com or call (315) 347-4223 with phone number(s), email address, and the number in the party to receive an email confirmation. Other events can be found on the Full Events Calendar at www.LocalLivingVenture.org


7/12/2015 Norwood Village Green's 42nd Annual Concert Series: A DOUBLE BILL: JUSTIN JOHN MONIZ and THE GRETCHEN KOEHLER TRIO with DANIEL KELLY

A DOUBLE BILL with JUSTIN JOHN MONIZ performing music from THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK and THE  GRETCHEN KOEHLER TRIO with DANIEL KELLY

 

Combining traditional fiddle playing with a jazz pianist’s touch for improvisation, accented by world-music percussion beats, and featuring Gretchen’s new CD 7 "The Waxwing”.

 

For more information: www.nvgcs.org  joe@nvgcs.org   315-353-2437 land  315-261-2866


7/13/2015 Orienterring and Geocaching, Nature Day Camp

Friends of the Robert Moses State Park Nature Center, Inc.

Nature Day camps for July 2015

July 13th-17th Barnhart Beach 1-3 pm

Monday July 13th: Orienterring and Geocaching

Please bring a lunch and a drink. Long pants and sneakers should be brought for walks.


7/14/2015 Ants Ants Everywhere Nature Day Camp

Friends of the Robert Moses State Park Nature Center, Inc. Nature Day Camps for July 2015

July 13th-17th Barnhart Beach 1-3 pm

Tuesday July 14th: Ants Ants Everywhere

Please bring a lunch and a drink. Long pants and sneakers should be brought for walks.


7/15/2015  Introduction to Charcoal Drawing

The SLC Arts Council will he holding an Introduction to Charcoal Drawing class with Laura Garnero on July 15th and 17th at 41 Elm Street (Old Snell Hall), Potsdam 2pm to 5pm.

This course is an introduction to charcoal drawing. Students will use charcoal drawing materials to draw a variety of portraits and still life set ups. All students will be encouraged to push their individual style. By the end of the class students will have a better understanding of the materials and the principals of design.

Price for the class is $57 for members and $72 for non-members. For more information, please visit slcartscouncil.org or call 315-265-6860.

 

 


7/15/2015 Birds and Bird Watching Nature Day Camps

Friends of the Robert Moses State Park Nature Center, Inc. Nature Day Camps for July 2015

July 13th-17th Barnhart Beach 1-3 pm

Tuesday July 15th: Birds and Bird Watching

Please bring a lunch and a drink. Long pants and sneakers should be brought for walks


7/16/2015 Gloop and Other Slimes Nature Day Camp

Friends of the Robert Moses State Park Nature Center, Inc. Nature Day Camps for July 2015

July 13th-17th Barnhart Beach 1-3 pm

Tuesday July 16th: Gloop and Other Slimes

Please bring a lunch and a drink. Long pants and sneakers should be brought for walks


7/16/2015 Norwood Village Green's 42nd Annual Concert Series: AN EVENING WITH JULIE BUDD

Currently she is the Exclusive Guest Artist, and Singer In Residence at New York’s Metropolitan Room. Julie has toured with Marvin Hamlisch for 40 years and performed with Sinatra, Liberace, etc., and appeared on all of the late night shows (Carson, Merv Griffin etc.). In Norwood she will be performing with Herb Bernstein, Julie’s personal accompanist/arranger for the past 50 years, and with Scott LaVine – Synthesizers, Dan Gagliardi - Bass, Larry Baycura - Drums, and Andy Van Duyne - Sound technician.

 

For more information: www.nvgcs.org  joe@nvgcs.org   315-353-2437 land  315-261-2866


7/16/2015 Reading with Animals
On Thursday, July 16th at 2:00 pm, as part of the Summer Reading Program, the Canton Free Library presents “Reading with the Animals!” A naturalist from the NYS Zoo at Thompson Park will read us a story and then introduce some live animals that were featured in the book! Get Wild About Books! 
 
This free, all-ages program will take place at the First Presbyterian Church on Park Place in Canton. No registration is necessary. Call Valerie at the library at 386-3712 ext 4 for more information.

7/17/2015 Reptiles and Amphibians of NY Nature Day Camps

Friends of Robert Moses State Park Nature Center, Inc. Nature Day Camps for July 2015

July 13th-17th Barnhart Beach 1-3 pm

Friday July 17th: Reptiles and Amphibians of NY

Please bring a lunch and a drink. Long pants and sneakers should be brought for walks.


7/17/2015 Daniel Tiger Visits Canton

WPBS and the Canton Free Library will present a visit with Daniel Tiger on Friday July 17th at 10:00 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church on Park Place in Canton. Visit will include storytime, a chance to meet Daniel Tiger, and a book giveaway. Bring a camera! Free and open to the public. Call Valeria at 386-3712 x 4 for more information.


7/17/2015 WPBS and the Canton Free Library present: Danial Tiger is coming to our neighborhood!
  • Friday, July 17th at 10am at the First Presbyterian Church on Park Place in Canton.
  • Visit will include storytime, a chance to meet Daniel Tiger and a book giveaway. Bring a camera!
  • Free and open to the public.
  • For more information, please call Valerie at 386-3712 ext. 4

7/17/2015 Painting Party

Painting Party: City on Friday, July 17 from 6 pm- 8pm. This class will take you step by step in creating a fully framed picture. Everyone is encouraged to bring their own beverages. Appetizers will be served.

Members- $25 Non member- $30

Kid's Place, 323 Washington Street, Ogdensburg (Education center of the Frederick Remington Art Museum)


7/18/2015 Chicken BBQ

There will be a chicken barbeque held on Saturday, July 18th at the Norfolk American Legion Post #925 from 11am until they are sold out. Dinners are $9 and include a half chicken, baked beans, cole slaw, salt potatoes and a roll. Eat-in or take out available.


7/18/2015 Wild Edible Plants Hike

Wild Edible Plants Hike

Saturday, July 18, 2015 - 9:30am to 12:00pm

Stone Valley Trail (Riverside Drive Trailhead), Colton

 

Wild edible plants add a nutritious element to salads, jams, teas, trail snacks and more.  Come spend a few hours learning how to locate, identify and prepare local edible plants responsibly and safely. You will have the chance to taste some wild forest edibles and take home some new recipes!

 

This moderately difficult hike will begin at the trailhead at the end of Riverside Drive on the east side of the Raquette River in Colton (at the dead end near the Fire Station).  Please RSVP to Justin Dalaba atnatureupnorth@gmail.com if you plan on attending.  More details on the workshop and location can be found here.


7/19/2015 Remington BBQ

Remington BBQ on Sunday July 19th from 11am-2pm. Don't miss Fred's Wild West BBQ provided by Parker Piercey, Pepsi and Lipton Iced Tea products, tents on teh lawn, live music and activities for the kids. Ogdensburg summer at its best. Limited BBQ availablr- get there early!

Cost is 15$ for adults and 7$ for kids under 13

Location: Frederic Remington Art Museum, 303 Washington Street, Ogdensburg


7/19/2015 Colton Youth Fishing Derby

The Colton Youth Fishing Derby will be held on July 19th. Registration is FREE and will be held at 7am the day of the derby behind the Colton Town Office building. Awards and prize ceramony will be held at 2pm. Food and drinks will be provided.

For more information please contact Kevin Lamora at 315-262-0899.


7/19/2015 Norwood Village Green's 42 Annual Concert Series: BEARTRACKS

Tom Venne, Julie Venne Hogan, Scott Hopkins and Harry Ralph are “Beartracks”. The main focus of the group is the sibling vocal harmony of Tom and Julie. Although not a traditionally structured bluegrass group, the trio gained acceptance and a solid fan base at festivals throughout the Eastern US and in Canada from Calgary to PEI. Scott Hopkins, an experienced bluegrass musician, joined the group in the summer of 2012, bringing a driving banjo style and, at times, adding a third part harmony to the group. The addition of the banjo brought a much more traditional bluegrass sound to Beartracks, although you will still hear some Hank and Merle in their sets. In late July 2013, the perfect fourth bear was located at a festival in Danby, VT. Harry Ralph, an extraordinary fiddle player, decided to accept the offer to become a permanent member of Beartracks. Harry also adds a great third part harmony to the group.

 

For more information: www.nvgcs.org  joe@nvgcs.org   315-353-2437 land  315-261-2866


7/23/2015 Norwood Village Green's 42nd Annual Concert Series: THE WAYDOWN WAILERS

Outlaw rock with Michael Scrimminger, Conner Pelkey, Dave and Christian Parker

 

For more information: www.nvgcs.org  joe@nvgcs.org   315-353-2437 land  315-261-2866


7/23/2015 Storywalk, hula hoops, bubbles, games and more
Storywalk, hula hoops, bubbles, games and more for Canton Free Library’s Books at the Beach!
 
On Thursday, July 23rd at 2:00 pm, the Canton Free Library invites you to Taylor Park for stories, games and fun! There will also be a StoryWalk set up for kids and grown-ups to explore. Wear beach clothes for the water games and plan to stay afterwards to swim and play with library friends! Meet at 2:00 at the Taylor Park Beach on Miner Street in Canton. No registration is necessary. If it’s raining, the program will not be held. Call Valerie at the library at 386-3712 ext 4 for more information.

7/23/2015 Books at the Beach

The Canton Free Library Summer Reading Program presents: Books at the Beach!

Wear your swim clothes, bring a towel and beach toys and join us for books, games, bubbles, hula hoops, a storywalk, and lots of fun!

Free and open to all ages. No rain date. Meet at Taylor Park Beach on Miner Street in Canton. 

For more information, please call Valerie at 386-3712 ext. 4.


7/23/2015 Evening Paddle on the Little and Grasse Rivers

Evening Paddle on the Little and Grasse Rivers                 

Thursday, July 23, 2015 – 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Little River Boat Launch, Park St./Rte. 27, Canton

 

Cool down and unwind after a long summer day with an evening paddle down a calm river. We will spend some time exploring the Little River and surrounding wetlands, while providing some basic canoe/kayak tips. You can bring your own canoe or kayak, or borrow one from us for free! 

 

We will meet at 6:30pm at the boat launch next to the Park St & Canton/Pyrites Rd bridge in Canton, just south of the St. Lawrence University athletic fields. Please RSVP to natureupnorth@gmail.com if you would like to attend.  Boats are limited, so reserve soon! Adult-sized life jackets are provided, but if you are bringing kids, please bring your own kid-sized life jackets. For more details, visit: http://natureupnorth.org/event/little-river-evening-paddle-0


7/25/2015 Explore American Civil War at Robert Moses State Park, Massena

Explore American Civil War at Robert Moses State Park, Massena, on July 25th -26th

 

Massena- Did you know that baseball became a great American pastime during the Civil War? Learn about early baseball and other 19th century recreational pursuits at the 14thAnnual Civil War Reenactment Weekend at Robert Moses State Park, Massena, Saturday and Sunday, July 25th -26th, sponsored by SeaComm Federal Credit Union.  The Civil War Reenactment Weekend is the final event of the St. Lawrence County Historical Association’s Commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, which began in 1861.  In addition to SeaComm Federal Credit Union, other sponsors include Gene and Connie Barto, Stewart’s Shops, Massena AMVETS Post #4, Heuvelton AMVETS Post #1997, Canton VFW Post #1231, Gouverneur VFW Post #6338, and Niles Asset Management, Inc.   A food concession will be provided by the Marine Corps League, St. Lawrence County Detachment 408, throughout the weekend.

The military camps are open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. Mock battles will be at 3 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

 

Visitors to the reenactment are encouraged to walk through the encampment to see how soldiers lived; check out the displays of Civil War history and artifacts at the pavilion; try your hand at a variety of Children’s toys and games from the 19th Century; and listen to short presentations on topics ranging from the Artillery at Gettysburg to Fan Language.  New activities this year include a Civil War Trivia contest, a Ladies Fry Pan Toss, and games of rounders (Civil War era baseball).

The tentative schedule for Civil War Reenactment Weekend (subject to change) is as follows:

Saturday, July 25th:

10:00 a.m.                  Camps Open to the Public

Ongoing                    Drilling, Children’s Toys & Games, Historical displays

10:30 a.m.                  Ladies Activity – Fan Decorating

11:00 a.m.                  Holding the Federal Line – 9th Mass. Battery on July 2nd

11:30 a.m.                  The Widow, Mrs. Lincoln

12:00 p.m.                  Civil War Trivia contest

12:30 p.m.                  Fan Language

1:15 p.m.                    Ladies & Kids Frying Pan Toss contest

2:00 p.m.                    Civil War Railroads

2:30 p.m.                    Civil War Trivia contest

3:00 p.m.                    Battle

4:00 p.m.                    Basket Auction

6:00 p.m.                    Camps Close to Public

Sunday, July 26th:

10:00 a.m.                  Camps Open to the Public

Ongoing                    Drilling, Children’s Toys & Games, Historical displays

11:00 a.m.                  Civil War Trivia contest

11:30 p.m.                  Flag History & Union Corps Badges (Lee Houser)

12:00 p.m.                  Early Play (Heather Gauthier)

1:00 p.m.                    Battle & Closing Ceremonies

Quilt Raffle Drawing

The St. Lawrence County Historical Association presents the weekend, which is hosted by the 2nd Michigan, Co. E Reenactment Unit.  Admission is $4 per person per day, free for children 6 and under.  The maximum you will pay, no matter how many passengers are in a vehicle, is $15.  For more information, call SLCHA at 315-386-8133, e-mail info@slcha.org, or visit the website at www.slcha.org

 

Reenactors from New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, Ontario and Quebec, Canada, are expected to attend, including General Isaac Trimble, Mary Todd Lincoln, and the 11th NY Light Artillery. Also, Miss Susan’s Sutlery and Possum Holler Sutlery will be on hand to sell period goods, clothing, and souvenirs.


7/26/2015 Norwood Village Green's 42nd Annual Concert Series: JAMMIN DIVAS

Liz Simmons, Melissa McMillan, Kath BuckellHadar Noiberg, flute blend stunning renditions of traditional and contemporary original folk music and elements of improvisation from each of their cultures. Through stunning three part harmonies bedded against the plush melodic landscape of the flute and double bass, The Jammin’ Divas draw the audience into an experience that transcends three continents history by sharing songs and stories of how each country culturally influence and enrich one another.

 

For more information: www.nvgcs.org  joe@nvgcs.org   315-353-2437 land  315-261-2866


7/26/2015 Explore American Civil War at Robert Moses State Park, Massena

Explore American Civil War at Robert Moses State Park, Massena, on July 25th -26th

 

Massena- Did you know that baseball became a great American pastime during the Civil War? Learn about early baseball and other 19th century recreational pursuits at the 14thAnnual Civil War Reenactment Weekend at Robert Moses State Park, Massena, Saturday and Sunday, July 25th -26th, sponsored by SeaComm Federal Credit Union.  The Civil War Reenactment Weekend is the final event of the St. Lawrence County Historical Association’s Commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, which began in 1861.  In addition to SeaComm Federal Credit Union, other sponsors include Gene and Connie Barto, Stewart’s Shops, Massena AMVETS Post #4, Heuvelton AMVETS Post #1997, Canton VFW Post #1231, Gouverneur VFW Post #6338, and Niles Asset Management, Inc.   A food concession will be provided by the Marine Corps League, St. Lawrence County Detachment 408, throughout the weekend.

The military camps are open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. Mock battles will be at 3 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

 

Visitors to the reenactment are encouraged to walk through the encampment to see how soldiers lived; check out the displays of Civil War history and artifacts at the pavilion; try your hand at a variety of Children’s toys and games from the 19th Century; and listen to short presentations on topics ranging from the Artillery at Gettysburg to Fan Language.  New activities this year include a Civil War Trivia contest, a Ladies Fry Pan Toss, and games of rounders (Civil War era baseball).

The tentative schedule for Civil War Reenactment Weekend (subject to change) is as follows:

Saturday, July 25th:

10:00 a.m.                  Camps Open to the Public

Ongoing                    Drilling, Children’s Toys & Games, Historical displays

10:30 a.m.                  Ladies Activity – Fan Decorating

11:00 a.m.                  Holding the Federal Line – 9th Mass. Battery on July 2nd

11:30 a.m.                  The Widow, Mrs. Lincoln

12:00 p.m.                  Civil War Trivia contest

12:30 p.m.                  Fan Language

1:15 p.m.                    Ladies & Kids Frying Pan Toss contest

2:00 p.m.                    Civil War Railroads

2:30 p.m.                    Civil War Trivia contest

3:00 p.m.                    Battle

4:00 p.m.                    Basket Auction

6:00 p.m.                    Camps Close to Public

Sunday, July 26th:

10:00 a.m.                  Camps Open to the Public

Ongoing                    Drilling, Children’s Toys & Games, Historical displays

11:00 a.m.                  Civil War Trivia contest

11:30 p.m.                  Flag History & Union Corps Badges (Lee Houser)

12:00 p.m.                  Early Play (Heather Gauthier)

1:00 p.m.                    Battle & Closing Ceremonies

Quilt Raffle Drawing

The St. Lawrence County Historical Association presents the weekend, which is hosted by the 2nd Michigan, Co. E Reenactment Unit.  Admission is $4 per person per day, free for children 6 and under.  The maximum you will pay, no matter how many passengers are in a vehicle, is $15.  For more information, call SLCHA at 315-386-8133, e-mail info@slcha.org, or visit the website at www.slcha.org

 

Reenactors from New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, Ontario and Quebec, Canada, are expected to attend, including General Isaac Trimble, Mary Todd Lincoln, and the 11th NY Light Artillery. Also, Miss Susan’s Sutlery and Possum Holler Sutlery will be on hand to sell period goods, clothing, and souvenirs.


7/27/2015 Carving Class with Jack Taylor

Morristown Gateway Museum

email: info@slcha.org

www.slcha.org


7/29/2015 Flying Experience with Larry Seguion ( Hammond Museum )

Flying Experience with Larry Seguion ( Hammond Museum )

info@slcha.org

www.slcha.org


7/30/2015 SLC Arts Council Class
  • WHAT: Make a Blue Moon Pendant with Virginia Burnett
  • WHERE: SLC Arts, 41 Elm St (Old Snell Hall), Potsdam
  • WHEN: Thursday, July 30th, 6:30 - 8:30PM
  • PRICE: Members: $34 | Non-Members: $39
  • DETAILS: Learn the basics of wire wrapping as you make your very own Blue Moon pendant. Students will construct a simple wire wrapped pendant finding to dangle clusters of sparkling beads from. More wire wrapping is used to attach the finding to a colorful leather cord. This is a good beginner project, and the finished necklace can be used to hold an ID card, a small USB flash drive, a key or other small treasures that you might want to wear around your neck. If you have something special you would like to include, please bring it to class. There will be plenty of beautiful beads for you to make bead clusters from.
  • To registerslcartscouncil.org | 315-265-6860

7/30/2015 The Party in The Park

Bassmaster Elite Series

Thursday July 30, 2015 

Crunchstein- Free

Friday July 31, 2015

11:30 am Shawn Stoddard- Free

1:00pm Acoustic Brothers- Free

Gates open 5:00pm tickets $10 online $15 at the gate

5:00pm Chris Taylor and Custon Taylor Band

7:00pm Kristen Kelly- Voted CMT's "Next Woman of Country"

9:00pm Keith Anderson CMT Music Star

Saturday August 1, 2015

11:30 am Amy Rivera -Free

1:00pm HipShot- Free

Gates open 5:00pm tickets $10 online $15 at the gate

5:00pm Atomic Precipitation-

7:00pm Eliminator KC

9:00pm Little Paradise

Sunday August 2, 2015

5k Color me for a cause Fun Run- Registration starts at 9:00 am, Run starts at 10:00 am

11:30 am The Double Barrel Blues Band -Free

5:00 pm TOMB-Free

 

 


7/30/2015 Plein Air Festival

July 30th- August 2nd Sponsored by the Morristown Public Library. There will be a newsstand putside of the library with a list of artists painting sites, Hors D'oeuvres a Bella Brooke Winery, book sale at the library, a concert on the river, and a silent auction and reception. Event detail are on www.morristownpubliclibrary.org


7/30/2015 Bassmaster Elite at the St. Lawrence River, Waddington NY

Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at St. Lawrence River 

St. Lawrence River - Waddington, NY, Jul 30 - Aug 2, 2015
 
 

- Daily launches at 6:15 a.m. ET

- Daily weigh-ins at 3:15 p.m. ET

- Watch the Bassmaster Elite Series pros live, in-person

- Outdoor expo opens at noon on Saturday and Sunday

- Boat and motor demos

- Interactive B.A.S.S. sponsor displays

- Prizes, giveaways and more!

for more information visit: http://www.bassmaster.com/attend-bassmaster-elite-st-lawrence-river#

 


7/31/2015 The Party in The Park

Thursday July 30, 2015 

Crunchstein- Free

Friday July 31, 2015

11:30 am Shawn Stoddard- Free

1:00pm Acoustic Brothers- Free

Gates open 5:00pm tickets $10 online $15 at the gate

5:00pm Chris Taylor and Custon Taylor Band

7:00pm Kristen Kelly- Voted CMT's "Next Woman of Country"

9:00pm Keith Anderson CMT Music Star

Saturday August 1, 2015

11:30 am Amy Rivera -Free

1:00pm HipShot- Free

Gates open 5:00pm tickets $10 online $15 at the gate

5:00pm Atomic Precipitation-

7:00pm Eliminator KC

9:00pm Little Paradise

Sunday August 2, 2015

5k Color me for a cause Fun Run- Registration starts at 9:00 am, Run starts at 10:00 am

11:30 am The Double Barrel Blues Band -Free

5:00 pm TOMB-Free

 

7/31/2015 Bassmaster Elite at St. Lawrence River

Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at St. Lawrence River 

St. Lawrence River - Waddington, NY, Jul 30 - Aug 2, 2015
 

 

 Daily launches at 6:15 a.m. ET

- Daily weigh-ins at 3:15 p.m. ET

- Watch the Bassmaster Elite Series pros live, in-person

- Outdoor expo opens at noon on Saturday and Sunday

- Boat and motor demos

- Interactive B.A.S.S. sponsor displays

- Prizes, giveaways and more!

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