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The School of Art at Mohawk Valley Community College is holding an Art Scholarship Contest. more
The Rome Free Academy Marching Band becomes a “second family” for its members, said Director Stephen Russell. more

The Constable Hall Association and the Tug Hill Commission have announced the fifth live webinar in the Constable Chronicles series, “Into the Adirondack Wilderness." more
The Central New York Library Resources Council has announced a library media specialist at the Holland Patent Central School District, is the winner of its 2022 All-Star Library Award. more
Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School art teacher Heather McCutcheon recently presented at two conferences about a mind map/personal brand art project she conducts with her students. more
The Players of Utica unveiled their theatre’s mural which pays homage to current and former theatres that once dominated downtown Utica. more
The Irish Cultural Center of the Mohawk Valley is searching for descendants of Paidraig Cundun, known locally as Patrick Condon. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will offer “Comic Book Drawing for Children,” a workshop with E98 Art Studio at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3. more
Jessica Farmer, cultural programs coordinator at the Shako:wi Cultural Center, for Haudenosaunee (Iroquois), will host a program featuring storytelling and how to make a cornhusk doll. more
The Canastota Wall of Distinction 13th annual induction ceremony took place on Saturday, Oct. 15 at Theodore’s Restaurant on Route 5. more
Rome Community Theater, 8911 Turin Road, will present “An Evening of Original One-Act Plays: written by local playwrights, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 28, and Saturday, Oct. 29. more
With the Halloween season in full swing, the National Fire Protection Association has some tips and guidelines for keeping your home fire safe even as you celebrate the holiday. more
The Town of Lee will be holding a dedication ceremony for its new statue in the Lee Town Park on Veteran’s Day. more
Retired with a lot of stories to tell, renowned musician Carmen Caramanica, of Utica, has released his first book recounting his legendary experience with his guitar. more
The restoration of historic Guy Park Manor is finally under way in Amsterdam through a project that will make the landmark a more resilient community gathering space. more
On Sunday, more than 100 people gathered and recreated a historic walk through Madison and Oneida County that black and white abolitionists did in 1835. more
Youngsters of all ages are invited to Science Night in the laboratories of Eckel Hall and Eddy Hall at Cazenovia College from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27. more
Work continues this week on the construction of a new entrance building at the Utica Zoo. more
Catholic Charities Oneida/Madison County’s annual HalloWine wine and craft beer event returns at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21. more
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