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Westmoreland Historical Society will host the program, “Savage Arms History,” presented by local historian Lou Parrotta. more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute of Utica will present works by Lesley Dill, a New York-based artist. more
The Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards including best musical, has announced it will offer a lottery ticket for upcoming shows in Utica at The Stanley Theatre. more
At the second-generation Cullen Pumpkin Farm in Richfield Springs, the Shypski brothers — John, Tom, and Richard — along with their families, friends, and neighbors, are keeping fall traditions alive. more
The Utica Commandery #3 of Knights Templar NY along with the Rome Commandery hosted the Grand Commandery of New York during the 209th Annual Convocation last weekend. more
As October is Polish American Heritage Month and several events are being organized in the Mohawk Valley to draw attention to the occasion. more
The United Way of the Mohawk Valley’s Emerging Leaders United group doubled down on its efforts to beautify area neighborhoods with a second clean-up this year. more
The Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation has announced that Utica Monday Nite has been awarded a multi-year Levitt AMP Grant Award. more
Oneida Public Library will host program sessions designed to spark conversation about European American expansion into Indian lands in New England and Upstate New York. more
The Project Fibonacci Foundation, Inc., GPO Federal Credit Union and Copper City Brewing Company will host Tap Into STEAM from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19 at Copper City Brewing Company. more
The national tour of “The Book of Mormon,” winner of nine Tony Awards, will play a limited engagement Sept. 23-24 at The Stanley Theatre.  more
Handshake.City is hosting the sixth annual Downtown Getdown on Saturday, Sept. 24 at its park and event space in Bagg’s Square. more
The Remsen Barn Festival of the Arts is back. more
“Coping with Our Own Suffering,” the newest part of the “The Journey-Shepherding God’s People” video series, is now available online. more
Gaetano Nasci, of Rome, an Eagle Scout with Troop 44 of Clark Mills, has come to the aid of both a local non-profit agency as well as the furry, four-legged friends it helps with his service. more
The Rome Elks Lodge #96, 126 W. Liberty St., will host a craft and vendor show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, to benefit the Abraham House. more
The Board of Trustees for the Western Town Library is seeking community support for a fundraising campaign to replace the library’s aging and deteriorated playground equipment. more
This is the first 2022 I LOVE NY Fall Foliage Report for New York State. more
The Utica Zoo invites the public to come help them celebrate the cute — and presumably cuddly — red panda during International Red Panda Day on Saturday, Sept. 17. more
Rome’s Capitol Theatre, 220 W. Dominick St., will screen a six-movie series, The Great American Novel, in the 1928 auditorium beginning Saturday, Sept. 24. more
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