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Agricultural education topic of banquet Oct. 4

Home LEONARDSVILLE — The resurgence of agricultural education in secondary schools will be the featured topic at the Upper Unadilla Valley Association’s (UUVA) annual banquet on Wednesday, Oct. 4. The event begins at 6 p.m. at The Horned Dorset Inn, 2000 Route 8. Cost is $45 per person, including tax and gratuity.  Beverages are additional.  Reservations must be made by Sept.... 4:00pm 09/22/17

Sign-up for October Food $en$e

Home Registration for the October Food $en$e program — open to everyone regardless of income — will be held at United Methodist churches in Rome, Lee Center and Verona, the First Baptist Church in Rome, and the Presbyterian Church in Holland Patent. Food $en$e is a discount food program provided by the Central New York Food Bank. Everyone is welcome to participate. There are no... 4:00pm 09/22/17

Madison County Hop Fest Sept. 16

Home ONEIDA — The Madison County Hop Fest celebrates the past, present and future of the hop industry on Saturday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Madison County Historical Society, 435 Main St. Free admission for presentations, exhibitors, and vendor booths. Special events include: • Taste of Hops: a food and beer pairing from noon to 2 p.m. Tickets are limited to 150, and... 4:00pm 09/08/17

Cornell Cooperative Extension offers QuickBooks for Farmers class

Home Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County will be offering a six-week introduction to QuickBooks Pro, “QuickBooks for Farmers.” The fee for the course is $250, and the course instructors recommend purchase of the “QuickBooks Farm Accounting Cookbook” and any version of the QuickBooks software. The software is not included in the registration fee. A free 30-day trial... 4:00pm 09/08/17

Garden club tours historic site Wednesday

Home CAZENOVIA — McConnellsville Garden Club will tour the Lorenzo State Historic Site Mansion, 17 Rippleton Road, on Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 10 a.m. There is a $4 fee for the tour. Built in 1807 by Dutch-born John Lincklaen, it is believed the house was named after an Italian artist as Lincklaen was “enamored” with Italian artistry and architecture. The 87-acre site was donated to... 4:00pm 09/08/17