The Oneida County History Center in Utica, NY, has announced the return of its popular Sip & Paint program featuring a still life with historical artifacts from the museum’s collection, set for Saturday, November 19th. [Read more…] about Historical Sip and Paint in Utica November 19th
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The Chenango Canal was built between 1833-36 to link the Susquehanna River to the Erie Canal and connect Binghamton and Utica. It closed in 1878 due to competition from railroads. Information about the construction and modification of the Chenango Canal is scarce compared to the Erie Canal.
Recent archaeological projects completed by the New York State Museum Cultural Resource Survey Program have uncovered remnants of original canal locks, sluiceways, and three residential privies (outhouses). [Read more…] about Chenango Canal Archaeology In Utica: An Update
The Oneida County History Center will host “Haunted Mohawk Valley,” a program with Dennis Webster and the Ghost Seekers of Central New York, set for Saturday, October 22nd. [Read more…] about Haunted Mohawk Valley Presentation Saturday
The Oneida County History Center (OCHC) has partnered with the Italian Heritage Club of the Mohawk Valley to celebrate Utica’s Italian heritage and Italian Heritage Month with an Italian Heritage Program and Display on Saturday, October 15th. [Read more…] about Italian Heritage Program, Exhibit in Utica
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 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
The Mohawk Valley Latino Association (MVLA) will celebrate Hispanic Heritage month during their annual meeting held at the Oneida County History Center on Saturday, September 17th.
On July 7th, 2021, a devastating EF1 tornado with winds up to 105 miles per hour hit the small village of Westernville in Oneida County, New York. The storm ripped the steeple off the Presbyterian church, damaged homes, and destroyed hundreds of trees.
The recovery from this hardship brought the residents together in unimaginable ways. [Read more…] about Westernville Tornado Film Screening Set for Saturday
The Oneida County History Center has announced “Beers, Bikes, and Barges: Utica Ride,” an hour-long guided cycling tour, followed by a drink at Bagg’s Square Brewing in Utica, NY, set for Thursday, August 18th. [Read more…] about Beers, Bikes, and Barges Utica Ride August 18th