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April, 2014
25 Historic Canastota
Oneida
315-363-0745
phoffman@oneidacommunity.org
www.oneidacommunity.org

As part of the spring Adult Enrichment Series Focus on Photography: 19th-Century Collections Around Townť Joe DiGiorgio, President, Canal Town Museum, whose Historic Canastotať presentation will feature slides of the Biographť (the moving image) and local imagery of bygone times. 3 p.m. As a special treat for series attendees, the new restaurant located in the Mansion House, Kenwood and Vine, will open for happy hour following the talks and lecture attendees will receive 15% off selections from a special appetizer menu.

25 Canal Clean Sweep
Chittenango
315-3801
info@clcbm.org
www.clcbm.org

Community Service Opportunity Clean Sweep at Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum is Fri. April 25, 2014 from 9 am until 1 pm. Spring cleaning to prepare our buildings and grounds for a new visitor season. Vacuum, dust, wash windows, rake, etc. If you can help, call chairperson Donna Lynch 247-9253 or e-mail dandmlynch@verizon.net. Or call the museum at 687-3801 or email coordinator@clcbm.org.

26 Canal Town Museum – Canal Clean Sweep Event
Canastota
315-697-2567
jdigiorgio@twcny.rr.com
http://canastota-canal.com/

The toll path neighborhood and the recently developed tourist park will be cleaned up. Meet at 10 am at the Canal Town Education Center 110 Canal St Canastota. Volunteers will receive Canal Clean Sweep T-shirts! The 9th annual Canal Clean Sweep is an event of the NYS Canal Corporation, in partnership with Parks & Trails New York. Last year over 150 communities, not-for-profit organizations, civic groups, businesses, and social clubs took part in nearly 100 cleanup and beautification events along the Canal System and the Canalway Trail. Let's do our part here in Canastota on April 26th!

26—26 BROADWAY'S NEXT H!T MUSICAL
Hamilton
315.824.1420
patti@palacetheater.org
www.palacetheater.org

Every song is fresh. Every scene is new. It’s improvised and funny! The next great American musical will be written in your town! The hysterical unscripted theatrical awards show. Master improvisers take audience suggestions to create a spontaneous evening of music and humor - a full blown improvised musical - complete with characters, witty dialogue, and plot twists galore. Recently at The Triad, Tribeca Film Festival, and at the New York Musical Theater Festival. Under the direction of improv veterans Rob Schiffman and Deb Rabbai. A Baylin Artists Production. Tickets are on sale: $20 per person. Show is at 8pm.

May, 2014
3 De-mystifying Digital Photography
Oneida
315-363-0745
phoffman@oneidacommunity.org
www.oneidacommunity.org

As part of the spring Adult Enrichment Series Focus on Photography: 19th-Century Collections Around Townť Juan Junco will lead a workshop on De-mystifying Digital Photography. Learn how to best use your camera settings, how to compose winning photographs, tips for controlling light and other techniques to create winning photographs. Then explore the Mansion House and grounds to test your skills and share your work at the end of the workshop. Juan is well known for his extraordinary photographs of the Central New York landscape and music scene. Cost is $20 for Mansion House members, $30 for non-members. Reservations are required: Call 315-363-0745.

3 Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum - I LOVE MY PARK DAY
Chittenango
315-687-3801
coordinator@clcbm.org
http://clcbm.org/

Come join us at the Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum to celebrate the third annual I LOVE MY PARK DAY, a state-wide event to to celebrate, improve and enhance state parks and historic sites. May 3rd from 10 AM - 12 PM Volunteers will be participating in staining picnic tables and park benches. Appropriate for ages 13 and older. Volunteers are asked to please bring garden gloves, a snack and to please wear old clothes. All volunteers are asked to meet at the Visitor Center (Building A)located at 717 Lakeport Road, Chittenango. *In the case of inclement weather, the scheduled projects will take place on Sunday, May 4th instead. Register at: I Love My Park Day at www.ptny.org/ilovemypark/ For more information, please visit: http://www.clcbm.org or call (315) 687-3801.

3 Old Erie Canal State Park - I LOVE MY PARK DAY
Oneida
(315) 363-3590
pmeakin@oneidacity.com
www.ptny.org/ilovemypark

Come join the Oneida Rail Trail Committee to celebrate I LOVE MY PARK DAY. I Love My Park Day is an exciting statewide event to improve and enhance New York parks and historic sites and bring visibility to the entire park system and its needs. From 9 AM to 12 PM, volunteers will help pick up litter, clear overgrown brush, assess maintenance/painting projects and make other improvements along the 3 mile stretch of the Old Erie Canal from Rt. 46 in Oneida to N. Court Street in Wampsville. All volunteers will be asked to meet at Jacks or Better at 193 Lake Road, Oneida, N.Y. Register at: I Love My Park Day at www.ptny.org/ilovemypark With any questions, please contact Patti Meakin at pmeakin@oneidacity.com or (315) 363-3590.

3 Ideal Cut Glass Show
Canastota
315-875-5361
rkelly003@twcny.rr.com

On May 3rd from 10 AM-2 PM Canastota Canal Town Corporation will host the Ideal Cut Glass Show at the Canal Town Museum and Education Center. Admission will be $4.00 pre-sale or $5.00 at the door. Pre-sale tickets available at Library, Village & Town Hall. There will be presentations at the Bee Man Candle Co. from 10:30 AM & 12:30 PM and 11:30 AM & 1:30 PM. The Erie Canal Brewery Co. Tour and Tasting Room will be open at the brewery 135 James St. Bldg. 3, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM. Present ticket for 10% discounts at Canastota Canal Town Museum, Bee Man and Brewery.

3 Wine Pairing Diner at Owera Vineyards
Cazenovia
315-815-4311
info@oweravineyards.com
www.oweravineyards.com

The Colgate Inn and Owera Vineyards present a four course wine pairing dinner. Each course created by Chef Brian Dewey of the Colgate Inn is expertly paired with wine from Owera Vineyards. Event starts at 6:30pm with Hors D’oeuvres & Cash Bar- 7:00 pm Dinner. Cost is $100 Per Person All Inclusive.

• Appetizer Sautéed plum tomato, garlic, shallots, zucchini, squash, pearl onion, spinach and Owahgena white wine in puff pastry topped with brie cheese Wine Pairing: Owahgena White

• Salad Mixed greens with candied walnuts, lively run blue cheese, orange segments, and citrus vinaigrette. Wine Pairing: Dry Riesling

• Entrée Seared rack of lamb with pan roasted fingerling potatoes, wilted ramps and Owahgena red wine mushroom sauce Wine Pairing: Owahgena Red

• Dessert Fresh macerated berries with puff pastry and fresh whipped cream Wine Pairing: Frontenac Gris OWERA VINEYARDS 5276 EAST LAKE ROAD, CAZENOVIA, NY CALL (315) 815-4311 FOR RESERVATIONS

3—4 Spring Migration Nature Art Festival
Canastota
315-697-2950
greatswampconservancy@gmail.com
www.greatswampconservancy.org

May 3rd & 4th 10 am - 4 pm both days. 13th Annual festival featuring wildlife artists and crafters. Environmental exhibits,hay rides to the great blue heron rookery, children's games and crafts, wild animals and birds of prey shows; Saturday: Chicken BBQ, Sunday-8 am guided bird walk, 10 am- power point on how to photograph birds with internationally known wildlife photographer Eric Dresser, Open Hand Puppet Theater. Both days- music food and much more. $3 adults, $1 child under 12

4 Spring Pie Festival & Gathering
Fenner
rjezer@gmail.com
thefreecenter.org

Tours of the Wind Farm & FREE Center, learn how a wind turbine works, see a producing willow plot. Auction of pies and local items by Assemblyman Bill Magee.

8 Trifecta Art Opening & Gallery Reception
Cazenovia
315.655.3169
office@stonequarryhillartpark.org
http://www.stonequarryhillartpark.org/ev

Janet Culbertson Exhibit, Paradise Gone,ť in the Winner Gallery; Jeff Hollman Weathervane Exhibit, outside; Chris Gentner sculpture acquisition, outside. Opening Reception at the Winner Gallery, 6-8 pm. Refreshments and Artists talk. $5 suggested donation. Complimentary refreshments

9 Reflections from the Past: 19th-C Photos at Onondaga Hist As
Oneida
315-363-0745
phoffman@oneidacommunity.org
www.oneidacommunity.org

Pamela Priest, Archivist and Research Center Manager, Onondaga Historical Association, brings samples of historic photos from the Associations holdings and explains different photographic processes of the period. As a special treat for series attendees, the new restaurant located in the Mansion House, Kenwood and Vine, will open for happy hour following the talks and lecture attendees will receive 15% off selections from a special appetizer menu.

10—30 Mothers and Children of the Original Oneida Community
Oneida
315-363-0745
pcaputi@oneidacommunity.org
www.oneidacommunity.org

The roles of mothers and children in this radical 19th century utopian community will be examined through photographs, artifacts, and written and oral history. This community challenged contemporary social views on property ownership, gender roles, child-rearing practices, monogamous marriage, and work.

15 Spring Plant Sale
Cazenovia
315-815-4149
www.cazenoviagardenclub.org

Cazenovia Garden Club SPRING PLANT SALE .... Perennials, Annuals, Grasses, Herbs, Hanging Baskets and much more! Lakeside Park on East Road in Cazenovia 10 am to 4 pm

17 Open English/Western Horse Show
Brookfield
315-899-7749
cldtigger@yahoo.com
http://brda.us

Hunter, Western and Gymkhana classes open to all breeds. Select Hunter & Western classes approved for points for Stock Breeds by NOHA (National Open Horse Show Association). Approved by The Jockey Club for the Thoroughbred Incentive Program. Standardbred Division approved by the Central NY STB Association.

17 Spring Kite Fest with the New York Kite Enthusiasts
Cazenovia
315.655.3196
office@stonequarryhillartpark.org
http://www.stonequarryhillartpark.org

10am -4 pm. Bring your own kite or make one, free, at the Art Park (while supplies last). For more information go to or call (315) 655-3195 Suggested donation: $5 per car. Concessions available, but picnic baskets are welcomed!

30 8th Annual Emerald City Classic Golf Tournament
Chittenango
315-684-7320
shughes@madisontourism.com
http://www.oz-stravaganza.com/home/history-of-l-frank-baum/mission-statement/upc

Join us at Woodcrest Golf Course, 6200 Cheese Factory Rd., Chittenango, NY. Captain & Crew Format. Registration 8:00-9:00 a.m.; Shotgun start at 9:00 a.m.

Coffee, Doughnuts & Muffins at Registration Hot Dog & Soda at the Turn BBQ Lunch Registration fee: $65 per golfer; $260 per foursome. Includes: golf, cart, prizes, hot dogs & soda plus BBQ

Registration Deadline: May 23, 2014

Madison County Tourism, Inc. is proud to partner with the Oz-Stravaganza! committee and “All Things Oz Foundation” in hosting the 2014 Emerald City Classic. Thank you for considering fielding a team or sponsoring our event. Sponsorships are tax deductible. Your participation will help continue to grow one of the most unique events in the northeast. People travel from across the country to Chittenango to celebrate the life and works of our native son, L. Frank Baum. The Emerald City Classic, a fund raiser for Oz-Stravaganza! , will kick off another great season of events in our area so join us for a great round of golf!

31 Shred Fest
Oneida
(315)363-2000
www.oneidabank.com

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.

June, 2014
5—8 25th Annual Boxing Hall of Fame Induction Weekend
Canastota
315.697.7095
www.ibhof.com

Canastota, NY is again proud to host the annual Boxing Hall of Fame Induction Weekend for you and your family. Boxing's greatest names will be on hand for this exciting, fun-filled weekend where you can rub elbows with more than 35 boxing legends at variety of events! This year's inductees include Oscar De La Hoya, Joe Calzaghe and Felix Trinidad among others

6—8 Madison Bouckville Spring Antique Show
Bouckville
315-877-5374
jimdutcher01@aol.com
www.madison-bouckville.com

Visit the site of the Madison Bouckville Outdoor Antique week for the annual June Show. Over 100 dealers on individual fields are in town to show off and sell their antiques.

6—8 Oz-Stravaganza! 2014
Chittenango
315-333-2286
evansban61@gmail.com
www.oz-stravaganza.com

Our theme is "Timeless Oz". Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the MGM movie and 100th Anniversary of L. Frank Baum's book, "Tik-Tok of Oz". Our Facebook pages are Oz-Stravaganza! and All Things Oz. Many surprises this year!

7 Dressage Schooling Show and Jumping Derby
Brookfield
315-520-9204
KNowak5170@aol.com
htto://brda.us

Both USDF and USEF Western Dressage, Prix Caprilli tests. Approved by The Jockey Club for the Thoroughbred Incentive Program. Standardbred Division approved by the Central NY STB Association.

7—7 A CHORUS OF DREAMS
Hamilton
315.824.1420
patti@palacetheater.org
www.palacetheater.org

Exotic, daring, illuminating dance theater performance! An original score fuses global rhythms with ArcheDream's blacklit stage activating a surreal environment of dynamic scenery, hand painted masks and vivid costumes. At this pivotal moment in American history, Chorus of Dreams challenges audiences and communities to approach our National identity through fresh eyes and open minds. An Archedream production. You wanted them back and they are back. Tickets are on sale: $15 youth 17 and under and $20 adults 18+. Show is at 7pm.

7—7 Gasstuff.com Petroliana Fest
Bouckville
315.427.5094
Jmancino@aol.com
Gasstuff.com

Vendors from across the country come to Bouckville to buy,sell and trade Petroliana 6798 Rt. 20 at the Gallery Antiques at Pinebrick 7AM-1PM

21 Open English/Western Horse Show
Brookfield
315-899-7749
ckdtigger@yahoo.com
http://brda.us

Hunter, Western and Gymkhana classes open to all breeds. Select Hunter & Western classes approved for points for Stock Breeds by NOHA (National Open Horse Show Association). Approved by The Jockey Club for the Thoroughbred Incentive Program. Standardbred Division approved by the Central NY STB Association.

27—29 Brookfield 50/30/15 Competitive Trail Ride
Brookfield
518-882-1515
duniry@aol.com
http://BrookfieldCTR.weebly.com

The ride is sponsored by the NY Horse Council (nyshc.org) and sanctioned by Eastern Competitive Trail Ride Assoc. (ectra.org) Judges: Nick Kohut, DVM and Eva Norris Contact Ride Secretary: Joanna Lasher; (518)882-1515, (duniry@aol.com) and/or Ride Manager Dan Gruen (BrookfieldCTR@roadrunner.com)

July, 2014
11 Madison County Fair Youth Horse Show
Brookfield
315-899-7743
cldtigger@yahoo.com
http://brda.us

Madison County Fair Youth Horse Show. Hunter, Western and Gymkhana classes. Approved by NOHA for stock breeds. Classes start at 9 am sharp.

13 Madison County Fair Open Horse Show
Brookfield
315-899-7743
cldtigger@yahoo.com
http://brda.us

Open Horse Show. Hunter, Western and Gymkhana classes. NOHA approved for stock breeds. Jockey Club approved for Thoroughbreds, Central NY Standardbred Association approved for STB's. Classes start at 9 am sharp.

13 Madison County Fair Open English Western Horse Show
Brookfield
315-899-7743
cldtigger@yahoo.com
http://brda.us

Madison County Fair Open Horse Show. Hunter, Western and Gymkhana classes. Approved by NOHA for stock breeds. Classes start at 9 am sharp.

19—20 Mule Days
Brookfield
315-899-6286
minimule2010@aol.com
http://brda.us

Mule and Donkey show, evening activities, trail ride.

19—20 Lorenzo Driving Competition
Cazenovia
315-391-6410
twillit3@yahoo.com
www.lorenzodriving.com

Overlooking the beautiful Cazenovia Lake, the Lorenzo Driving Competition occurs on the third weekend in July on the scenic grounds of the Lorenzo State Historic Site. Approximately 100 horses and carriages compete in a variety of classes including ring work, obstacles and a cross country pleasure drive. Spectators from across the northeast enjoy free admission to the competition, shop in our Market Lane and enjoy the ambience and the entertainment of the show.

August, 2014
11—17 43rd Annual Madison Bouckville Antique Week
Bouckville
315-893-1762
info@madisontourism.com
www.madison-bouckville.com

Visit Madison and Bouckville as a 2-mile stretch of US Route 20 is lined with over 2000 antique dealers for an entire week. See and buy antiques and collectibles from past centuries, enjoy the excellent food vendors, and plenty of parking. Some show fields open as early as Sunday the 10th with all fields open by Thursday. For a full listing of all antique dealers, show fields and information on the event visit the website.

15—17 Madison-Bouckville Big Field Antiques Show
Bouckville
315 686 5789
allman@gisco.net
www.madisonbouckvillebigfield.com

100's of top quality antiques booths converge on the Big Field August 15 through 17, 2014 for the phenomenon that is the original antiques show of Madison Bouckville Week. Show hours are Friday August 15, Early Buyers, 8 am to noon - Admission $25.00; General Admission begins Friday, August 15 at 12:01 to 5pm and continues through Saturday and Sunday. Sat hours are 8 am to 5 pm and Sunday 9am to 4 pm . General Admission is $7.00 315 686 5789 for more info.

September, 2014
13 Shred Fest
Chittenango
315-363-2000
www.oneidabank.com

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.

13 Shred Fest
Hamilton
(315)363-2000
www.oneidabank.com

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.

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