Join Friends of Rogers from 9:30 am -11 am or 11:30 am-1 pm on February 25 and ‘Learn to Ski’ at Rogers Center. Participants will be taught the basics of cross-country skiing, a fun way to enjoy the outdoors and get great exercise.
The oldest form of skiing, cross-country was developed to aid travel over […]
Morrisville State College students will join the local community to celebrate the 11th annual Winter Fest Saturday, Feb. 25.
Winter Fest, an event that brings the college together with members from the local community, offers a variety of activities. Free and open to the public, this year’s event will be held from 2-7 p.m. at […]
Ribbon cutting Feb. 3
WHAT: Would you like to spend an afternoon enjoying delicious food, great coffee, refreshing drinks and most importantly, Utica’s largest selection of available-to-play board games? Then you won’t want to miss out on the grand opening of Wanna Play Café, Utica’s first – and only – board game café.
WHO: Ribbon […]
A barred owl perches on an evergreen. Listen for these majestic birds during the “Owl Prowl” hosted by Friends of Rogers on Feb. 11. Photo courtesy Wells Horton
Join Friends of Rogers on Feb. 11 for a full-moon guided hike and “Owl Prowl,” during an evening trek through one of the many trails at […]
Celebrate 200 years of the Erie Canal and experience one of the most scenic and historic trails in America this summer
Registration is now open for Parks & Trails New York’s 19th annual Cycle the Erie Canal tour, an unforgettable opportunity to bike across New York State and take in the rich history of the […]
Would you like to spend an afternoon enjoying delicious food, great coffee, refreshing drinks and most importantly, Utica’s largest selection of available-to- play board games?
Then you won’t want to miss out on the grand opening of Wanna Play Café,
Utica’s first – and only – board game café. The grand opening is scheduled for […]
Positively Rome will host its third annual Moonlight Trail Night Feb. 11 at Delta Lake State Park. The family-friendly event will kick off at 5 p.m. and will include candle-lit trails for snowshoeing, walking, cross-country skiing and fat-tire mountain biking.
Roger Maclaughlin will also be on site with horse-drawn sleigh rides through the State Park. […]
The Oneida Rail Trail Committee will be holding its monthly meeting on Thursday, Jan. 26, at 6 p.m., at the Oneida Rec Center, 217 Cedar St., Oneida. The ORTC meets the last Thursday of every month.
The meetings are open and the public is invited and encouraged to attend.
Volunteers are needed for all aspects […]
Madison County Tourism, the county’s official tourism promotion agency, announced that the 2017 Madison County Travel Guide is now available. The 44-page guide, which features a scenic shot of the Colgate Inn and downtown Hamilton on the cover, presents visitors with comprehensive sections on attractions, craft beverages, dining, recreation, lodging, events, shopping and other opportunities.
Lorraine Szaraz, Meg Szaraz, Larry Natarelli, Jack Campbell, Kelsey DuChene
Thanks to donations from the Tappet Twirlers Automobile Club of Rome and Szaraz family, The Arc of Madison Cortland now has an adaptive wheelchair bowling ramp.
The ramp makes bowling a dream come true for people who are unable to leave their wheelchair. With […]
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park is excited to bring back artist Sonja Hinrichsen for a second Snow Drawings event during Cazenovia’s Winter Fest, Saturday, Feb. 11.
This year, the drawing will take place on Cazenovia Lake (weather depending). Tickets to participate in this one-of-a-kind public art-making event are $5 for adults and include a free […]
On Saturday, Jan. 21, the Town of Madison Historical Society invites the public to attend a country dance with Double Chase playing.
The dance is at the historical building at 3606 South St., Madison, from 7 to 10 p.m.
This popular band calls good old-fashioned square dances […]