HEMLOCK MERCANTILE — At The Boonville Black River Canal Museum (Photo submitted)
Christmas on the Canal in Boonville Saturday
BOONVILLE — The Boonville Black River Canal Museum will host its 14th annual Christmas on the Canal from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Museum complex, found along the Black River Canal.
Locally made Christmas wreaths will be for sale on the front porch of the Mercantile. Hot dogs will be for sale as well. Coffee, cookies and popcorn will be available free of charge.
Inside the Mercantile, local author Irene Uttendorfsky will be on hand with her books. She will sign the books purchased that day or guests are invited to bring already-owned books for signing. Also, Steve Schleicher from North Country Forge, Awesome Country, Michael Gavigan from Mag’s Creations and Ashley Galligan from Geodesic Love will be on hand selling their wares.
The Hemlock gift shop will be open selling their canal clothing, DVDs, CDs and books along with their Museum lanyards, key chains, magnets and coffee mugs. There will be a raffle for a reproduction of a handcrafted early American child’s sled. Tickets will be $1 each or six tickets for $5. The tickets will be sold at the Mercantile on the day of the event and the drawing will be at 3 p.m. that day.
Self-taught painter’s work on display in Old Forge
Romaniko and Weir exhibit to open at Kirkland Art Center
Andy Warhol topic of talk Dec. 12
Rome Art Association ‘Winter Exhibit’ opens
- 4:00pm 12/05/18Self-taught painter’s work on display in Old Forge
- 4:00pm 12/05/18Romaniko and Weir exhibit to open at Kirkland Art Center
- 4:00pm 12/05/18Andy Warhol topic of talk Dec. 12
- 4:00pm 12/05/18Rome Art Association ‘Winter Exhibit’ opens
- 4:00pm 12/05/18Celebrate the season with holiday workshops, sales, films at Oneida library
- 4:00pm 12/05/18Holiday reading event in Remsen
- 4:00pm 12/05/18Victorian Holiday Ornament Workshop Saturday
- 4:00pm 11/28/18Christmas on the Canal in Boonville Saturday
- 4:00pm 11/28/18MWPAI announces December events
- 4:00pm 11/28/18Holiday tour aids Landmarks Society