Summer has arrived! Hello July!

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1 Clinton Plaza Dr. Fresh Food~Classic Cocktails~Live Music

Dinner Served: 4-10pm

Cocktails: T-Th 4-11pm, F & S 4-1am
www.bsideballroom.com

MUSIC/EVENT CALENDAR
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WED 7/3, 7PM STAN FOX TRIO 
Stan, Gerry & Rich Jazz Standards
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WED 7/10, 7PM KIM HAWKEY BAND
Music from the 20’s & 30’s
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WED 7/17, 7PM STEVE FABRIZIO BAND
Jazz & Pop Standards
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SAT 7/20, 9PM $12 JEFFERSON HAMER, KRISTIN ANDREASSEN & LAUREN BALTHROP 
Harmony Singing Trio 
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THURS 7/25, 5PM $100
100 WOMEN WHO CARE OTSEGO
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SAT 7/27, 9PM CRANSTON DEAN
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SAT 8/3, 9PM $5 THE PHAKERS
Best of the Grateful Dead
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DATES/TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. INFO/RESERVATIONS: 607-432-2053


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Dancer in the family? Looking to start? Here are a few great ways to get them started!

Dancer in the family? Looking to start? Here are a few great ways to get them started!



Hometown 4th of July: The Greater Oneonta Historical Society (GOHS) will be at the annual Hometown 4th of July in Neahwa Park again this year following the parade down Main Street. Look for GOHS near the historic Red Caboose. GOHS executive director Bob Brzozowski and railroad historian Jim Loudon will be giving free tours of the caboose from 1 to 5 PM.

 

Sunday July 14 Kitchen Table Conversations on the Oneonta Theatre: Related to the History Center's current Oneonta Theatre exhibition, Alan Donovan and Gary Wickham will host Kitchen Table Conversations (KTC) beginning at 2 PM. All are invited to share their memories of the Oneonta Theatre. The program will be recorded for posterity as another in the KTC series, to be listened to later athttp://www.oneontahistory.org/words.htm.

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Briggs Pool in Wilber Park is OPEN!!!
Splish Splash!  Hours:  Open Swim 1pm-5pm  Family Swim: 5pm-7:30pm

Splish Splash!

Hours:
Open Swim 1pm-5pm
Family Swim: 5pm-7:30pm



#JohnnyStrong

#JohnnyStrong


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Summer is More Fun at Hartwick’s Yager Museum

ONEONTA, NY—Hartwick College’s Yager Museum of Art & Culture begins its series of popular summer craft programs for children this Wednesday, June 26, from noon to 3 p.m.

Summer Crafternoons allow children to explore their creativity in the setting of the Museum galleries. The Museum will set up craft tables filled with all the supplies needed for kids to make something brilliant and beautiful! Snacks will also be available to help power participants’ creativity.

Summer Crafternoons are free and no reservation is needed. An adult will be required to accompany children during the programs, however.

Each week, there will be a new theme and some supplies specific to that theme, but budding artists may make any kind of art they choose. This season’s weekly themes are:

·         June 26 – Picture Messages

·         July 3 – Tapestry

·         July 10 – Landscapes

·         July 17 – Paper Chain

·         July 24 – Ships

·         July 31 – Pots

Several exhibitions will also be on view at the Yager during the summer, including:

·         Silent Lakes & Flashing Rivers: 20th Century Fishing Cultures in Temagami follows museum founder Willard Yager's 1911 trip to northeastern Ontario and looks at region through the eyes of its First Nations inhabitants, Canadian entrepreneurs and tourist.

·         Black Lives at Hartwick Then and Now explores the history of African-Americans and African-American Life at Hartwick Seminary and Hartwick College from the 19th century to the present. The exhibition features photos and documents from the College’s Paul F. Cooper Jr., Archives and artifacts from the Museum collections.

·         Contested Identities: Images of Native Americans, 1880-1930, draws on compelling photographs from the Museum’s Falconer Collection to illustrate the struggles of Native Americans to retain their cultural identities in the face of government efforts to assimilate them into the general American culture.

·         Of Time and the River: 12,000 Years in the Upper Susquehanna Region, which features many Native American artifacts collected by the Museum’s founder and namesake.

·         Masterpieces of European and American Art: Hartwick College’s Art Treasure Room, a permanent exhibition of works ranging from the Italian Renaissance to 20th century pieces by Rockwell Kent and Childe Hassam.

·         Earth Water Sky: Landscapes from the Museum Collections includes art of varied media, styles and time periods.

·         Sculptures in Silver: America's Standing Liberty Quarters, 1916-1931, displays one of the most artistic coins minted by the United States, as designed by Hermon Atkins McNeil.

The Yager is the Oneonta area’s only museum of art and culture. It is open Wednesday to Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. from June 1 through July 31, after which it will be open by appointment only until the start of the College’s Fall Term. During the summer, the Museum is closed Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and College holidays. Admission is free and parking is available near the entrance on the first floor of Yager Hall. To reach the Museum, take West Street to Clinton Street and turn right onto Cayuga Drive. Follow Cayuga Drive to Yager Hall.  Parking is available adjacent to the Museum entrance.

For more information on The Yager and these exhibitions, visit the museum’s website [https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/arts-culture/yager-museum/]or Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/yagermuseum/], call 607-431-4480, or e-mail Kendall at kendalld@hartwick.edu.


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Come one, Come ALL! Come CeLeBrAtE!!! July 20th is the Oneonta Farmers Market’s 43rd birthday!! There will be live music by Mike Herman and free tastings all day! The Oneonta Farmers Market is open 9am-1pm every Saturday!

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Starting in July, we will be hosting Salsa Dancing Night 2 times a month for the summer months! 607-431-9898 for questions!

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Congratulations to Riverside Elementary!!

They have been chosen as the recipients of this year’s Back to School Donation Bags Program from Office Depot! The bags are priced at $5, $10, and $15 increments. Supplies in the bag are things like: glue, crayons, scissors, pencils, markers, colored pencils, pencil boxes, pencil sharpeners, etc! All supplies that help to keep the school supply lists to a minimum!

So, how can you help??

Customers can purchase the bags and drop them in the bus box at Office Depot and put a tag on the wall showing you donated supplies.


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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! 
https://www.facebook.com/events/381603519238619/


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Handmade Baseball Pens

Only at Edward Teleky Jewelers at 3 Dietz Street, Oneonta, New York


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Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday: Noon - 4pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm


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Hours:
M - 10:30am - 4pm
T - 11:30am - 5pm
W - 11am - 5pm
Th - 11:30am - 5pm
F - 11am - 6pm
S - 1pm - 5pm
S - 1pm - 5pm


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