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String Bee plays at Trinity Jan. 21

Religion CAMDEN — String Bee Opens the 14th Season of the Trinity Community Coffee House in Trinity Episcopal Church, 98 Main St., on Saturday, Jan. 21, at 7 p.m. Entrance is up the front steps or through the handicapped accessible entrance from the parking lot next to the church by the post office. It’s free with donations accepted for the performers. Free refreshments are provided by... 4:00pm 01/19/17

Roast pork dinner slated Jan. 29

Meetings / Events CLARK MILLS — The Church of the Annunciation will hold a Roast Pork Dinner in its Parish Hall on Clarey Ave. from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday Jan. 29. Tickets are $12; $7 for children (6 to 12); and those 5 and under eat free. 4:00pm 01/21/17

Just walk across the room

Religion The average person walks ten thousand steps each day. People walk because that is the way God created humans to move about. Bill Hybels, a pastor and leader within the Christian community says, “Assume the average distance across the room is 20 feet—about 10 steps. The question I hope to answer is this: What if 10 steps — just one-thousandth of your daily average — could... 4:00pm 01/21/17

Free ‘Day of Unity’ Saturday in Presbyterian Church

Rome The First Presbyterian Church, 108 W. Court St., is sponsoring “A Day of Unity in Our Community” on Saturday, Jan. 21 from noon with closing remarks at 3 followed by a small indoor walk. It’s a free, public event. Spokeswoman Michelle Dolan said, “Many local communities are doing ‘Sister Walks’ to support the Women’s March on Washington and we wanted to expand on that. No... 4:00pm 01/19/17

Women gather Thursday in Canastota

Religion CANASTOTA — The Oneida-Canastota Christian Women’s Club meets for “New Year, New Attitude” luncheon at 11:15 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, in the Rusty Rail. Cost is $13. Guest speaker is Pat Wood of Vernon. Event features Brenda Seitz from Wood and Whimseys Shop. The Rev. Abigail Browka will sing. Call Jackie Lottermoser at 363-1224. 4:00pm 01/14/17

Cincinnati Creek plays Tuesday

Religion LEE CENTER — Cincinnati Creek will be performing at St. Joseph’s Parish Center, 5748 Stokes-Lee Center Road, on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 6:30 p.m. to open the Tuesdays in Lee Center series. The event is free, including refreshments.  The group will be playing much original material, 50’s rock and roll country, bluegrass, and gospel. The 4-person group was formed in 2008 and each... 4:00pm 01/14/17