Fall Into These Great Events and Sales!!!
1 Clinton Plaza Dr. Fresh Food~Classic Cocktails~Live Music
Dinner Served: 4-10pm
Cocktails: T-Th 4-11pm, F & S 4-1am
SAT 9/14, 9PM $5
EMPIRE OF LIGHT
Brian & Peter from Subduing Mara
WED 9/18, 7PM
LOREIN DANIELS TRIO
SAT 9/21, 9PM $15
THE BIG TAKEOVER
WED 9/25, 7PM
SAT 9/28, 8:30PM $8
WED 10/2, 7PM
THE PIPERS DEN
FRI 10/4, 9PM $5
ROBERT MABE BAND
SAT 10/5, 9PM $7
OHS REUNION WEEKEND
WED 10/16, 7PM
RANDY MIRITELLO & DAVID GANS
SAT 10/19, 9PM $12
JOHN SCARPULLA BAND
SAT 10/26, 8PM $8
Costume Party & Bartender Competition
WED 11/20, 7PM
LUKE WINSLOW KING
Delta Blues, Folk, Ragtime, Rock 'N Roll, Gospel
DATES/TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
2019 - 2020 RIF Dates:
Greater Plains: November 13
Valleyview: November 14
Riverside: November 15
RIF EXISTS THANKS TO OUR COMMUNITIES SUPPORT. EVERY DONATION BUYS BOOKS!!
Please help continue this amazing program and make a donation today.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll schedule your next event!
On Saturday, September 21, the late W. Clyde and Mildred E. Wright will be honored with the naming of Hartwick’s new turf athletic field. The “Clyde & Millie” will be a one-of-a-kind:
One Field. Two Names.
From now on, all men’s sporting events played at the stadium will take place on “The Clyde;” women will play on “The Millie.”
The dedication ceremony at halftime of the football game against King's College is one of several highlights of our True Blue Weekend 2019.
Is having a 20th anniversary party on October 4th from 5-7. We’ll have Ommegang beer, refreshments, and many artists old and new.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE ANNUAL PANCAKE DAY ON OCTOBER 19, 2019
FROM 8AM TO 1PM
Annual St. Baldrick’s Fundraising Event.
Join us in the fight to conquer childhood cancers!
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!
Children's Activity on Oneontans and the Gold Rush
The Greater Oneonta Historical Society's Children’s Programming Committee will present a free event on Saturday September 21 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon at the Oneonta History Center, 183 Main Street. Recommended for children ages 8 to 12, the activity will provide interactive experiences relating to the History Center's current exhibition, “The Oneonta ’49ers", about the six local men who left for California and the Gold Rush in 1849.
The activities will include learning about the lifestyle and hardships of these daring men through multimedia, an exhibition hunt, and a hands-on clay workshop. The workshop will be led by Jacqui Hauser, the owner of the Studio for Art and Craft. In it, children will learn about, decorate, and take home a clay vessel similar to a type used by the ’49ers.
Refreshments will be provided. As space is limited, reservations are required. Reserve space(s) by contacting (607) 432-0960 or info@OneontaHistory.org or by visiting the History Center.
Written by Children's Programming Chair Kim Back and distributed by GOHS executive director Bob Brzozowski (director@OneontaHistory.org, (607) 432-0960)
"The Oneonta '49ers"
The exhibition tells the story of Collis Huntington and the five other men who together left Oneonta for the California Gold Rush in 1849. Huntington was accompanied by Leroy Chamberlin, Daniel Hammond, George Murray, Egbert Sabin, and Carleton Watkins. The exhibition includes life in the newly incorporated village of Oneonta, the group's trip to California, their intertwined lives, and the Huntington and Watkins legacies. The exhibition, which includes related artifacts and a slide show of dozens of Carleton Watkins' photographs, has been extended to Saturday November 23.
New in the Shop: Carleton Watkins: Making the West American by Tyler Green. I've read this new biography, and heartily recommend it. Watkins led a life with more than its share of mystery, fame, and tragedy. Being an art critic, Green writes from a different perspective. Like Watkins himself, he looks at photography as art. He brings into the story Collis Huntington and the other four fellow travelers, as well as many 19th century luminaries such as John Muir and Robert Louis Stevenson.
History Center Hours
The History Center's regular hours are weekdays noon to 4 PM and Saturdays 10 AM to 4 PM. In departures from those hours in September, the Center will be closed on Labor Day, September 2, and will be open until 5 PM on September 20-21 and September 27-28 for Hartwick True Blue Weekend and the SUNY Oneonta Family Weekend respectively.
Mark Your Calendars!
October 2: Collette Tour Presentation/Hofbauer and Morris Awards/Annual Meeting/Election of Trustees & Officers
October 6: Watkins Scholar Weston Naef's Program
October 15, 22, 29: Philo Vance Film Series
October 19: Hops for History
October 26: Halloween Stories for Children
November 8: Benefit Auction
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.