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Vernon Verona Sherrill FFA Maple Weekend

3/21, 3/22, 3/28 & 3/29 for more information or call 829-7462.

Rome Polish Home Palm Sunday Buffet

3/29   Noon to 4 pm

All are welcome! They will be serving ham, scalloped potatoes, corn, rolls and dessert. Adults are $10, children 5 to 12 are $5. Rome Polish Home, 415 South George St, Rome


3/30   9:45 to 11:30 am

This documentary had been rescheduled due to the weather.  Jamie Nabozny grew up in Ashland, a small Northern Wisconsin town on the south shore of Lake Superior. His life was drastically changed when he was targeted in middle school for being gay. Room #288, Robert McLaughlin College Center, Herkimer College.

Free Easter Craft Workshop/ Kopernik Memorial Association of Utica

3/30  11 am to 2 pm

This event takes place in Marion Hall, Holy Trinity Church, 1206 Lincoln Ave, Utica, just off Route 12, at the side entrance of the church. Please bring hard boiled eggs and a pound of butter, Holy Trinity will supply the palms. You will be doing traditional Polish Easter eggs decorating (Pisanki), palm weaving and butter lamb making. For more information please call John Ossowski, Cultural Director at 733-5150.

Poland Fire House Auxiliary Fish Fries

2/13 to 4/3  4pm-8pm

Poland Fire House, 11 Case St, Poland. Call for Take outs @ 826-7141.

Wellin Museum of Art to Feature New and Recent Works by Alyson Shotz

Through 4/4/2015

Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature”
Brooklyn-based sculptor Shotz examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass and space in her work. The exhibition showcases a broad range of the artist’s creative output featuring large-scale sculptures, prints, ceramics, a wall drawing and an animation, many of which are on view for the first time.

Shotz created several new and site-specific works for this exhibition. She constructed a large-scale, wall drawing comprised of white linen thread strung on carefully sited nail heads with which Hamilton College students assisted her this summer.

Closed on Mondays and college holidays.

Ruth & Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, College Hill Rd, Clinton.

Deerfield Volunteer Fire Company Fish Fry Fridays

2/13-4/10  4pm-7pm

Take outs available.

Monthly Gaming Session

Saturday, January 10, 2015
10:00 am – 4:14 pm
Additional Dates
Saturday, April 11, 2015 10:00 am – 4:14 pm
New Hartford Public Library
2 library lane
New Hartford, NY
Price: Free —
Our monthly gaming session! We get together to play games. Learn a new game or play an old favorite! The cost is absolutely free, though we would appreciate it if you brought a snack for everyone to have. We also encourage you to bring any board games you would be interested in playing or you think others might be willing to play. We should be in the Sammon conference room, which is downstairs in the library though it can subject to change. If coming, check signage to see where the Adventurer’s Guild (the old name for the group) is meeting.

Mothers & Children of the Oneida Community

5/10/2014 through 5/10/2015

Through original photographs and artifacts this exhibit examines the lives of mothers and children of the original Oneida Community. The utopian community of more than 300 people lived as one family, challenging contemporary social views on property ownership, gender roles, child-rearing practices, monogamous marriage, and work. The exhibit opens Saturday, May 10 and is free both Saturday and Sunday and will run until May 2015, 9 to 5 PM. Oneida Community Mansion House, 170 Kenwood Ave. 363-0745 for more details.

Ham Radio Meeting/Madison Oneida Amateur Radio Club

1/28, 2/25,/3/25, 4/29, 5/27  7:30 PM

Madison-Oneida BOCES

4937 Spring Road
Verona, NY

Price: $0.00 Free —

Madison-Oneida Amateur Radio Club (MOARC) meets the last Wednesday of each month (EXCEPT July and August) in the library at Madison-Oneida BOCES on Spring Road in Verona. Meetings start at 7:30 p.m. and last for about an hour, longer if a program is scheduled for that evening.

MOARC has been a source of friendship and fellowship for over 25 years to those in Madison and Oneida Counties that enjoy the hobby of amateur radio. MOARC also provides testing for those who wish to get a license or advance their license class.

MOARC members provide communication at numerous events around central New York including; Tour de Cure, Yellow Brick Run, Races at Turning-Stone, Sitrin Stars & Stripes Run/Walk and Pumpkin Patrol. Our service at these events helps to maintain the safety of the participants and volunteers/employees during the event.

Guests are welcome at our meetings and we would be happy to tell you more about amateur radio if you are interested in getting involved.


Opening Nov. 29 and on exhibit through June 2015 in the Gorman Galley of the Oneida Community Mansion House, “The Historic Sales Office of Oneida, Ltd.” honors an industrial building that would feel at home on an Ivy League campus.
This photographic display surveys the background, construction, and life of the building in about thirty photographs selected from the archives of the Oneida Community Mansion House. Also featured is a selection of Oneida’s advertisements and silverware from the year of 1926.
The noble 1926 edifice was created as a visual monument to the ideals of Oneida Community, Ltd., a company dedicated to the highest quality in both silverware and worker relations. Designed in the English Gothic manner by Syracuse architect Albert Brockway, it also happened to be “the most beautiful building of its kind in the country,” according to the company’s president.
Once home to the 19th century utopian Oneida Community (1848-1880), the Mansion House houses a museum, residential apartments, overnight lodging, Kenwood and Vine restaurant, and banquet and meeting space.
Guided tours are available Wed. through Sat., 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Sun. at 2 p.m. for a nominal fee. Self-guided and On-Cell tours may be taken during regular business hours. The Oneida Community Mansion House is located at 170 Kenwood Ave., Oneida, NY. For information call 315-363-0745 or visit

Cost: free

North Utica Neighborhood Meetings

Monthly, every fourth Monday, from November 24, 2014 until November 23, 2015

Meeting which is open to the public to discuss issues of concern to the residents of the city of Utica with emphasis on those issues affecting North Utica residents. City officials and representatives of various departments, i.e. Public Safety, Works, School , elected officials etc. are invited to speak on a variety of topics and to answer questions. North Utica Senior Center, 50 Riverside Dr, Utica

Free Legal Clinic

6/2/14  to 1/4/16   9 AM to 4 PM

The monthly clinic by Legal Services of Central New York offering free legal services in Rome, New York is on Monday June 2, 2014. The clinic is at the Rome City Courthouse, 100 West Court Street, Rome, New York, from 9:00am to 4pm.
Free legal services are available to a wide range of individuals and families, with incomes at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. A family of 4 with gross annual income of $47,700 qualifies for our free services.
We offer experienced legal counsel for problems related to housing, education, public benefits, consumer debt or access to healthcare, or guidance on everyday issues. 793-9105 for more details.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Support Group Meeting

Weekly support group meetings available for persons diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Every Monday 6:30-m-8pm (except holidays)
St. Elizabeth School of Nursing – 1st floor conference room
2215 Genesee St., Utica, NY
No fees; group is professionally assisted on 3rd Mon of ea month

All aspects of meeting are confidential
Call: 315-768-7031 for more information