|13||Fall Migration Festival & Chicken BBQ
8am guided bird walk with Matt Perry, professional birder, followed by a full family festival with fine art and craft vendors that opens at 10am-4 pm. There will be wagon rides to the heron rookery, environmental displays, kids games and make and take crafts, A Creepy Crawler Creature Walk (guided children's walk), a basket auction, unique shopping with the vendors, wild wnimals and a pot bellied pig visitor who loves popcorn. Kindred Kingdom has a Birds of Prey program, wild animals from Out of the Cage Pet Mobile, adirondack Wildlife Refuge will present s wolf and coyote evvent plus our famous Chicken BBQ. Plan to spend the day in a healthy country atmosphere. Donation: adults/$3, members/$2, children 12 and under/$1.
The general public is invited to bring their personal documents, financial statements, credit card offers, and other sensitive material to be securely shredded at no charge by the experts from Confidata. Oneida Savings environmentally friendly eStatement enrollments, as well as identity theft prevention tips, will be available. The process takes only a few minutes and Confidata will come to your car to assist you with your bags and boxes. A maximum of 5 boxes, or 175 lbs. of material, will be accepted per person (no business shred, please). SECURE shredding provided by Confidata.
|14||The Queens of Pure Country
Imagine Kitty Wells, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton, Dottie West, Barbra Mandrell, and Reba McIntyre ALL on the same stage in one magical night. Welcome to the Legend Inn - where music is played and legends are made. Starring Josie Waverly, www.josiewaverly.com. For tickets, call 315-824-1420.
|21||Annual Elizabeth Smith Miller In the Kitchen Bloomer Tea
12:30pm Tickets must be purchased to attend at: http://mercantile.gerritsmith.org/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=29&products_id=260 for more information: http://www.inthekitchentea.com/
The Harvest Dash will be a 1-mile walk/run and 5K trail run through the crops and orchard at Critz Farms on Sunday, September 21, 2014. The cost for 1-mile participants is $15 and for 5K participants is $20. 100% of these proceeds will benefit Camp Good Days and Special Times, a not-for-profit organization who organizes year round programs and summer camping experiences for children and families that have been impacted by cancer and other life threatening challenges.
We will be using the money to fund their annual Junior Good Days Program. For more information about who Camp Good Days are and what they do you may visit www.campgooddays.org. In addition to the run, all participants and guests or family members will receive FREE admission to Critz Fall Harvest Celebration for the remainder of the day. At Critz they will be offering, tractor rides, pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, a gigantic corn maze, cider making demonstrations, sweet and hard cider tastings and many more Fall activities!
|26||Good Nature Brewing Dinner @ Hamilton Inn
6pm cash bar. Enjoy a 4 course meal at the Hamilton Inn, each course expertly paired with a unique brew from Good Nature Brewing Co. $45 per person, including tax and gratuities.
|24||National Abolition Hall of Fame&Museum Commemoration 2013
National Abolition Hall of Fame & Museum Commemoration 2013 Inductees- Abolition Symposia: Elijah Parrish Lovejoy, Myrtilla Miner, John Rankin, Jonathan Walker. NAHOF Annual 19th-Century Antislavery Dinner (Must be Reserved)
|25||GSENHL & NAHOF Open House
Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic Landmark & the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum Open House: Gerrit Smith Estate Tour with Norman K. Dann PhD. National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum Tour with Jessica Clarke
|9||New York State History Month- Native American Month
Over the River with Abolitionist Lydia Maria Child - Peterboro Mercantile Online
|31||Watch Fire for Emancipation
|2||5th Annual Peterboro Emancipation Day
Gathering-Assembly-Picture-Cemetery Solomon Northrup family discusses the impact of the movie 12 Years a Slave At Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic Landmark, Smithfield Community Center