The Oneida County History Center (OCHC) has announced “Tuesday Night Big Band at the History Center,” a program featuring live music set for Tuesday, October 4th. [Read more…] about Tuesday Night Big Band at Oneida County History Center
The Historical Society of Woodstock will host an interview with Jerry Mitnick, author of The Music in the Walls, Stories and Anecdotes from Tinker Street Cafe 1988-1998, on Sunday, October 2nd. [Read more…] about Woodstock’s Tinker Street Cafe 1988-1998
John Jay Homestead State Historic Site will host its popular “John Jay’s Not-So-Big City” walking tour of Lower Manhattan on Saturday, October 1st. [Read more…] about John Jay’s New York City: Bowling Green to City Hall
The Southampton History Museum on Long Island has announced “Spooky Spirits at the Rogers Mansion,” a program taking place during the month of October, ending October 29th. [Read more…] about Spooky Spirits at Southampton History Museum
The Oneida County History Center has announced “Utica Shoes? Who Knew?,” a new exhibit looking at the story of another major industry in Utica that often gets overlooked, shoe manufacturing, set to open on Saturday, October 1st. [Read more…] about Utica Shoes: An Exhibit Opening and Talk Saturday
Hickory Ski Area in Warren County, NY, has announced a series of new events called “Hickory Extreme,” to take place on their new mountain biking trail system, set to begin on Sunday, October 2nd.
The Adirondack Foothills Trails Alliance has announced that the 2022 Adirondack Mountain Bike Festival is set to take place Saturday and Sunday, October 1st and 2nd, at McCauley Mountain in Old Forge. [Read more…] about 2022 Adirondack Mountain Bike Festival Oct 1-2
The 2022 World’s Largest Garage Sale, an annual tradition in Warrensburg in Warren County, NY, is set for this weekend, September 30th through October 2nd.
Now in its 42nd year, the World’s Largest Garage Sale is a true community-wide event with sales happening at multiple locations along Main Street and throughout Warrensburg residential neighborhoods. [Read more…] about World’s Largest Garage Sale This Weekend
Water has always been an important part of New York City‘s Bloomingdale neighborhood history. Streams and ponds covered the landscape before the Dutch arrived and when the Croton Aqueduct came right through Bloomingdale it changed the neighborhood forever. [Read more…] about Old Springs, Wells and Watercourses of Bloomingdale
The Hudson River Maritime Museum in Kingston will host a “Celebration of Woodworking,” event on Saturday, October 1st.
The event will include artisans and craftspeople sharing their woodworking skills with the public, youth activities, build-your-own demonstrations, the Kingston Boat Building Challenge and more. [Read more…] about Hudson River Maritime Museum Hosting Celebration of Woodworking