Saturday march to celebrate science
A March for Science steps off Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Oneida Square roundabout on Genesee Street in Utica.
The event is to champion support and funding for science, science-based policy and diversity, according to organizer Central New York Citizens in Action, Inc.
The march will occur in conjunction with similar marches around the country. It’s unclear whether many people will show up locally. The main one is in Washington, D.C.
Following the march there will be a Rally for the Earth from 5 to 8 p.m. at the DeSales Center, 309 Genesee St.
This free event will feature discussions, live music, potluck and exhibits, the announcement said, adding that Saturday is Earth Day.
In case of rain, the march will take place at the DeSales Center.
For more information about the event, call
315-725-0974 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be the bearers of love in a harsh world
Schall sings in Constableville
Vernon church hosts sales
Annual BBQ at Steuben Methodist Church April 28
- 4:00pm 04/21/18Schall sings in Constableville
- 4:00pm 04/21/18Vernon church hosts sales
- 4:00pm 04/21/18Annual BBQ at Steuben Methodist Church April 28
- 4:00pm 04/21/18Church offers free meal April 28
- 4:00pm 04/21/18Church to hold pasta dinner
- 4:00pm 04/21/18Be the bearers of love in a harsh world
- 4:00pm 04/14/18Chamber music concert April 21 at First Presbyterian Church
- 4:00pm 04/14/18Mark Hoffmann brings swing music to Trinity Community Coffee House
- 4:00pm 04/14/18Spring bag sale in Lee Center
- 4:00pm 04/14/18‘God, etc.’ series starts Monday