Arts at the Palace’s Main Stage Series: Henry V

Arts at the Palace’s Main Stage series returns with Shakespeare in the Square’s Henry V.

On Saturday, July 22, 2017, at 7 pm, join Arts at the Palace for NYC’s Shakespeare in the Square’s performance of Henry V sponsored by NBT Bank.

Founded in 2010, Shakespeare in the Square is a company dedicated to performing […]

Syracuse Poster Project installs Splash Poetry

The Syracuse Poster Project, a non-profit civic arts organization, wants to brighten up cloudy days.

For those unfamiliar, for 16 years, the Poster Project has partnered with local poets and Syracuse University Illustration students to create an annual series of poster art about the city of Syracuse. These posters, including the recently unveiled 2017 posters, […]

CNY Amateur Premiere of American Idiot opens July 21

CNY Playhouse announces our July musical, Green Day’s American Idiot. The CNY Amateur Premiere of American Idiot will run for 10 performances, July 21-August 5. (Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm). Tickets are: $28 Fridays & Saturdays, $25 Thursdays & Sundays. Buy tickets before June 11 to get Early Bird tickets […]

Richard “Rit” Midlam Exhibit

The Griffing Gallery of the Greater Oneida Kallet Civic Center announces the upcoming exhibit, “Forest Creatures and Textures: by local artist/photographer, Richard “Rit” Midlam.

This body of work encourages the viewer to look carefully at the wonders of the natural world and to celebrate its never-ending diversity. “Rijami”, Midlam’s professional signature, spiritually complements the […]

Stone Quarry Hill Art Park loans sculpture to Xavier Woods

Swan, by artist Miriam Nelson with a Xavier Woods home in the background, photo by Katie Doucette.

Swan sculpture compliments modern homes on Comstock Street in the University area

Stone Quarry Hill Art Park is pleased to collaborate with Bob Doucette to facilitate the installation of an outdoor sculpture at Xavier Woods. Swan, is […]

Canastota Community Band to perform June 29

The Canastota Community Band will perform a traditional summertime band concert Thursday, June 29, 2017, at 6:30 p.m., at the International Boxing Hall of Fame Pavilion as part of the Canastota Parks and Recreation Commission’s Summer Concert Series.

The program will consist of marches, ballads, show tunes and patriotic pieces to celebrate July 4. This […]

Utica Public Library to host free two-session poetry class

The Utica Public Library will host a free two-session class entitled “Introduction to Poetry Writing” Aug. 5 and Aug. 12 at 1:30 p.m. The class will introduce participants to all the basics of composing poetry. The instructor will be author, poet and educator Suzanne Richardson, assistant professor of English at Utica College.

Registration is required. […]

Words & Pictures, A Memorial Contest in honor of Rebecca Eddy

Poetry and art workshops announced

Words & Pictures, a Memorial Contest in honor of Rebecca Eddy is getting underway with a series of workshops. Poetry and Art workshops will be offered for participants in the month of July.

“We have entirely revamped the contest this year,” said Library Director Liz Metzger.

This year, entries will […]

Utica Library announces photography contest winners

On Tuesday, June 20, the Utica Public Library announced the winners of its fourth annual Photography Contest for adults at a reception in the library gallery.

Pictured from left are winners Lisa Cooper (Best of Show), Sam McManus (Best Social Commentary), Terry Ann DeLude (Best B&W-tie), Jan Coffin (Best Striking Use of Color), Christina Hopkins […]

Oneida announces summer concert series

July 13th Joe Angerosa Memories of Elvis @ Higinbotham Park (Rain Date July 17)

July 20th Fritz’s Polka Band Polka @ Historical Society (Rain Date July 24)

July 27th Old Clay Stone Variety of Music and @ Higinbotham Park (Rain Date July 31) Artist

August 3rd Matt Chase and Thunder Canyon Country @ Higinbotham […]

OPL art workshop moves outdoors in July

Oneida Public Library has engaged the intrepid artist and teacher Carol Cotten to follow the trail of the French Impressionists in a free weekly Art Workshop en plein air for adults on Wednesday mornings, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, July 5, 12, 19 and 26.

Cotten will be meeting students in scenic spots in the […]

2017 Oz Parade Winners

Specialty Awards

Judge’s Choice: Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy Best Presentation of Theme: Community Bank Best Musical Presentation: Syracuse Elk’s Club Drumline Crowd Pleaser: Downbeat Percussion Most Creative: The Grand Ozziest: Oneida Indian Nation

High Score Winners

Wee Bears Preschool Upstate Independent Drum & Bugle Corp Bolivar Road Elementary School Central Square Middle School Marching Band Penn […]