Savor the Last Bit of Summer With These Great Events!
1 Clinton Plaza Dr. Fresh Food~Classic Cocktails~Live Music
Dinner Served: 4-10pm
Cocktails: T-Th 4-11pm, F & S 4-1am
SAT 8/17, 9PM $5
FOLLOW THE MUSE
Raw Power Rockin’ Americana
SAT 9/21, 9PM $15
THE BIG TAKEOVER
DATES/TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
We are officially booking parties at our BRAND NEW office 389 Chestnut! We plan on moving there in August!
What we provide:
1 bottle of wine or bubbly
Coffee and all the fixin’s
Parking for 10 of your closest friends
Amazing inventory to shop from in a relaxed and spacious atmosphere
Let us do the work! All you have to do is gather your friends and come hang out for a a couple of hours! Best of all, you earn FREE LuLaRoe!
Now booking September, October, November and December dates.
Think fundraisers (LLR matches dollar for dollar)
Gather ladies from work and have Happy Hour with us!
On a weight loss journey and need new clothes? Have a party! Celebrate that victory with your tribe!
The list goes on and on! Send me an email email@example.com and we'll schedule your next event!
After much deliberation, Green Earth Southside is now open for business! We have a full cafe, bulk foods and spices, grocery, a large salad bar, vitamin supplements, CBD products, and cold brew coffee on tap!
Located at 5252 State Hwy 23 across from Lowe’s Hardware. 10am-6pm Mon-Sat.
Wednesdays at 6pm: Intro to Dungeons & Dragons
2 Full Size Intro Level D&D Games: Intro to D&D and D&D Adventurers League
FREE Entry and new players welcome! https://www.facebook.com/events/336555356998407/
Thursdays at 6pm: Board Game Night
All skill levels and experience welcome! We're always happy to teach!
The History Center's new exhibition opens on Friday August 16, and tells the story of "The Oneonta 49ers." In 1849, storekeeper Collis Huntington left Oneonta to open a branch store and find his fortune in California. He was accompanied by five other local men - Leroy Chamberlain, Daniel Hammond, George Murray, Egbert Sabin, and Carleton Watkins. The exhibition will include life in the newly incorporated village of Oneonta, the group's trip to California, their intertwined lives, and their legacies. It promises to be a fascinating look at how the Gold Rush changed lives in a village in Upstate New York and the great influence at least some of these new Californians from Oneonta had.
There will be a reception for The Oneonta 49ers exhibition on Sunday August 18,from 2 to 4 PM. The event, with refreshments, is free and open to the public.
GOHS will take a walk around the former campus of the Homer Folks Tuberculosis Hospital (1935-1973) on Wednesday August 21. The land is owned by the State of New York, and currently occupied by the Oneonta Job Corps Academy (OJCA), the NYS Department of Health, and Broome Developmental Services Transitional Center. The tour begins at the parking lot just off West Street at 6:30 PM. Homer Folks walking tour leaders are Janice Downie, who was a nurse at Homer Folks, Chris Kuhn, OJCA director, and me. Walking along the campus' roads and paths, the tour leaders will discuss the past and present uses of the various buildings. Participation is by donation and is limited to thirty persons. Pre-registration is recommended. Register by contacting the History Center at (607) 432-0960 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The next GOHS bus trip will be to Mohonk Mountain House on Tuesday September 17. (Please note that the date of the trip has been changed). The coach will leave the Hale Bus Garage for the day trip to Mohonk. After arrival, participants will be given a tour of the historic hotel, followed by Mohonk's legendary buffet lunch. After lunch, participants will have the opportunity to walk the grounds, including the beautiful gardens, perhaps participate in some of the activities offered at Mohonk, or simply enjoy the view from a rocking chair on the porch. Prior to leaving, lemonade and cookies will be served. Cost is $155 per person. I’ve had the good fortune of attending several meetings at Mohonk over the past 20+ years. The hotel is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, is on the Register of Historic Places, and is still owned by descendants of the founding family. The hotel overlooks Mohonk Lake. The views of the surrounding valleys are superb and the food is amazing! Click here for a rave review from Travel + Leisure: https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/tripideas/new-yorks-best-kept-secret-is-this-castle-resort-thats-straight-out-of-a-fairy-tale/ar-AAEKj2p?li=BBnb7Kz . Registration forms are available at the History Center and at the GOHS website. For more information, contact Bill or Marge Pietraface at (607) 432-1385. The registration deadline is Friday August 30.
New in the Shop: GOHS is one of ten venues selling City of the Hills caps. Sweet Home Productions will donate $2 to Family Services Association for every cap sold, and GOHS will receive $2 for each cap sold at the History Center. GOHS is one of two venues - the Destination Oneonta Welcome Center is the other - selling We're Onta Something tee shirts. Also new in the shop are new Swart-Wilcox House refrigerator magnets; new designs of Jennifer Kemper mugs, tankards, and magnets; and expanded offerings of Lynn & Dale Price's jewelry from re-purposed buttons, Bakelite, and coins.