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The Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library, 543 Sherrill Road, has eliminated late fees for most items in its collection. more
The annual Oneida County Farm Fest 2023, a blend of agriculture, education and fun, is back. more
Oneida County Farm Bureau will be unveiling the latest edition to the Oneida County Dairy Industry. more

Earlier this month, during the Utica Commandery’s 200-year-old charter and the document’s metal case — were lost in transport. The items have been found. more
All are welcome to the H.A.R.P. Museum at the Irish Cultural Center of the Mohawk Valley at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 25. more
Registration is open for the 2023 Classical Youth Chamber Music Festival (CYCMF) being presented by members of Alliance Classical Players. more
Oneida County 4-H members were at Cornell University in Ithaca recently to participate in the New York State Horse Bowl Contest. more
The Utica Zoo announced the death of Canada Lynx, Breton, who brought joy and wonder to visitors and staff alike during his time at the zoo. more
The Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways Council recently recognized the thousands of adult volunteers who give their time and dedication to Girl Scouting. more
The Kirkland Art Center has named the organization’s executive director, following a search by the center’s board.  more
Though it’s got a new name, Games People Play has been a card and board game hobbyist’s go-to spot for years. more
Utica Children’s Theatre has announced a Toy Story-themed fundraiser in support of its 2023 programming. more
The Prospect Free Library will present “Sporting Fashions: Outdoor Girls 1800 - 1960” with Joan Shkane on Saturday, May 13 at 1 p.m. more
Oneida County Tourism has launched the Oneida County Mural Trail as a way to showcase the many murals across the Mohawk Valley. more
After 10 days and over 800 votes casted, Steven Teller was chosen as the mural artist whose design will replace the former sunburst mural at Liberty Bell Park in Utica. more
A photographer from Rome will have his photos of the Adirondacks on display later this month at a photography gallery in Barcelona, Spain. more
Artletics at Rome Art and Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., is offering a fun-filled, eight-week summer camp program to explore, create and imagine. more
Writer/director James Gunn returns to the Guardians of the Galaxy to deliver the grand, celebratory finale that we’ve all been waiting for.  Listen to the podcast linked at the end. more
Rome native Francis DiClemente has released his latest book of poetry. more
“Tender Rain,” a play written by Mohawk Valley native Kyle Bass, made its world premiere on Wednesday at Syracuse Stage. more
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