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Nov-6 to Dec-31
National Fossil Days Exhibit
Canastota, NY

Nov-19 to Nov-23
Hamilton Theater Indie Series presents ART AND CRAFT
Hamilton, NY

Dec-5 to Dec-7
Christmas at Lorenzo
Cazenovia, NY

Dec-6
Make-your-own Victorian Ornament
Oneida, NY

Dec-7
Earlville Opera House Holiday Tea to benefit Arts for Youth
Earlville, NY

Dec-10
"Texas Tenors" Town of Madison Senior Bus trip
Madison, NY

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ONEIDA AREA

Events

December, 2014
6 Make-your-own Victorian Ornament
Oneida
315-363-4136
history@mchs1900.org
Get into the holiday spirit by registering for the Madison County Historical Society’s make-your-own Holiday Heritage Handicraft Victorian Ornament workshop on Saturday, December 6th from 10 am- 12 pm at the historical society. There are two workshops, one for children between the ages of 7-9 and the other for adults. Enjoy creating lasting memories by making your very own handmade Victorian style ornaments. The adult workshop is $25 and the children’s workshop is $10. Ribbons, Victorian "scrap," colored embossed paper, tinsel, colored paper, cotton batting and other supplies will be available to use. Reservations are required for both workshops as space is limited to 12 per workshop. Pamela Vogan Lynch, a professional artist and retired Director of Art for the Oneida City School District will be the instructor for the adult craft workshop. Holiday refreshments will be offered. The deadline to register is November 26th. For more information please contact MCHS at 315-363-4136, or
19 Sweetback Sisters Country Christmas Singalong Spectacular
Oneida
315-691-3550
info@earlvilleoperahouse.com
earlvilleoperahouse.com
Starts at 8pm at the Oneida Community Mansion House, 170 Kenwood Avenue, Oneida, NY 13421. Country Christmas Singalong Spectacular has a predominantly swing bottom line with a barn-raisin' country savor that's absolutely irresistible. Zara Bode and Emily Miller really are sweet, their voices like meadowlarks and they boast a crack outfit behind 'em, anchored by a guy who's astonishing on guitar.The combination of all that results in a zesty, spirited, and sometimes backwoods reverential disc that's also just plain fun. Look at Country Christmas as though it were the LP Dan Hicks, the Andrews Sisters, and Dolly Parton never teamed up to put out F.A.M.E.
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