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Horseshoe Forestry Co. topic Tuesday

Arts & Learning VERNON — The Horseshoe Forestry Co. is the topic for the April program of the Town of Vernon Historical Society at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25. The Vernon Historical Society is located in the Town of Vernon Offices, 4305 Peterboro Road. The Power Point presentation will be by member Jon Landers. The maple syrup operation of Abbot A. Low was located on Horseshoe Lake. In 1900,... 4:00pm 04/22/17

Bracelets topic Thursday at Weavers group

Arts & Learning CLINTON — The Foothills Weaving and Fiber Arts Guild meets Thursday, April 20 at 10 a.m. at St. James Episcopal Church, 9 Williams St., the organization has announced. Guild member Sherrill Koss will present an overview of several styles of bracelets that incorporate combinations of beads, weaving, leather or waxed cord, and knotting techniques such as micro-macrame. The... 4:00pm 04/19/17

Hyde Hall invites artists

Arts & Learning COOPERSTOWN — In Honor of Hyde Hall’s 200th anniversary, it’s inviting artists to participate in an open exhibition. Hyde Hall, the Cooperstown Art Association, and the Smithy welcome artists to submit art that represents, interprets, or reveals their favorite view or concept of Historic Hyde Hall. One work will be selected for display at Hyde Hall throughout the year and... 4:00pm 04/19/17

Wreath, poetry workshops offered

Arts & Learning TOWN OF RUSSIA — A pussy willow wreath is among workshops offered at the Shawangunk Nature Preserve, 255 Shawangunk Road off Pardeeville Road. Call 315-826-7405 for information, registration and directions. Saturday, April 22 10:30 a.m.-noon.   Symbol of Spring — A Pussy Willow Wreath: This miniature wreath is woven with sweet, wild willow twigs adorned with soft, downy... 4:00pm 04/19/17

Author discusses Navy Family book in library Thursday

Arts & Learning ONEIDA — The Oneida Public Library, 220 Broad St., will host retired Oneida High School history teacher Rich MacAlpine as he discusses his latest book, “Admiral Frank H. Schofield: A Portrait of an American Navy Family (1886-1942)” at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 20. The event is free. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and autographs. Call 315-363-3050 for more... 4:00pm 04/19/17