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Leonardsville Memorial Day Parade

5/30  11 am

Starts at the school on State Route 8. 525-7165 for more information.

Eaton Day


5/30    9 am to 4 pm

On Memorial Day Monday, May 30th, the Friends of the Old Town of Eaton Museum will be hosting the 21st Annual “Eaton Day”. The day, which is held in the Hamlet of Eaton on Route 26, is an opportunity for the Town of Eaton residents past and present to enjoy history, memories and good homemade bake goods with special activities thrown it! The theme of this years event is “Preserving the Past for the Future “a statement that is a perfect description of the importance of the Old Town of Eaton Museum that is proud of the many artifacts and stories that are preserved within its 200 plus year walls. The Friends of the Old Town of Eaton Museum hold “Eaton Day” in an effort to raise money for the upkeep the museum building and to put on fund the event each year. The mission of the group being to responsibly sustain the museum building and contents as a significant evolving repository of local history and artifacts through fund raising, tours, and celebrations of which “Eaton Day” each year is an important part. The group feels it is important for the citizens of the Town of Eaton to recognize that the artifacts housed within the walls of the Eaton Museum, those heirlooms that may come to us in the future and those people, both living and dead who form the tapestry of our community are, in fact, our inheritance. Also, by engaging the community, on Eaton Day, they hope to protect the Town’s shared heritage and leave a legacy for the future and the future of the Old Town of Eaton Museum. The “Day”, that features, a huge bake and pie sale, tours of the museum, food, crafts & rummage tables, as well as entertainment and history, with its theme of Preserving the Past for the Future, is a perfect explanation of the museum’s goals. Eaton Day starts at 9am and goes to 4pm, with special presentations starting after the parade, which this year is in Morrisville. Come join the Eaton Community for an old fashioned day of fun and community pride, Eaton Day!

Opening Reception: Home Sweet Home Exhibit/Oneida County Historical Society

8/11/15   6 to 8 pm

A look back into the Utica of a century ago. Exhibit will continue through May of 2016. 1608 Genesee St, Utica


Mohawk Farmers Market

6/1  2 to 5 pm

Local vegetables, fruits, meats, maple syrup, bacon, chickens and leather goods. Weller Park, 41 W. Main St.

20th Annual Rhubarb Festival

6/5  11 am to 4 pm

The Palatine Settlement Society will hold the 20th annual Rhubarb festival at the historic 1747 Nellis Tavern, NYS Route 5 East, St. Johnsville. The rhubarb pie baking contest with guest judges starts at 12 noon sharp. Lunch items along with all kinds of rhubarb delicacies will be available. Music will be performed by the barbershop quartet “Revisions”, from 1 to 3 pm. Admission is free but donations are always welcome. Proceeds will go to the continuing restoration and preservation of the 1747 Nellis Tavern., including the wall stenciling restoration. Tours will be available., or contact Mary Davis, President at 315-866-2619.



The Salvation Army Youth Enrichment Services (S.A.Y.E.S.) is ideal for youth grades K through 6th. It features homework help, gym time & game room, snacks, and much more. The cost is $25 per child/per month and registration with first months payment most be submitted for children to begin. We are also an approved drop-off location for busing. The Salvation Army – 410 West Dominick Street, Rome, NY 13440


4/4  6:30 to 8 pm

1st Floor conference room. No fees. Every First Monday of the month except holidays.  St. Elizabeth Hospital, 2215 Genesee St, Utica.