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This collection of poetry reflects the author’s experiences when he was in emotional distress. more
The Capitol Theatre, 230 W. Dominick St., has postponed its first of two SummerStage productions for the season. more
In support of the local agricultural industry and in an effort to connect the community to the farmers and growers who provide safe, affordable food ... more

UTICA The Utica Garden and Flower Show returns to the Utica Public Library, 303 Genesee St., on Friday and Saturday, July 8 -9. The Flower Show, a judged event, is sponsored by District V of the … more
The Old Forge Library and Town of Webb Historical Association are hosting a local History and Stories series at 5 p.m. on Thursdays throughout the summer. more
Utica shoes! Who knew? Many people don’t realize Utica once had a thriving shoe manufacturing industry, producing as many as two thousand pairs of shoes a day. more
The McConnellsville Garden Club’s Annual Flower Show Luncheon will take place on Wednesday, July 13... more
They’ve become a hometown sensation and it’s not often that you don’t see the two together — whether it be grocery shopping or browsing through books at Jervis Public Library. more
Due to the success and positive feedback from last year attendees, View is excited to announce the 2nd Annual ADK Quilt Conference will be taking place Oct. 17-19. more
Have you ever wondered how Medieval chainmail armor was made? Are you interested in jewelry making? Do you want to receive the knowledge to create your own armored bracelet? more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St. will host Mindfullness, a wellness program, on Thursday, July 7 ... more
Personal insights into the life and art of Norman Rockwell will be shared by the artist’s granddaughter, Abigail Rockwell, during the presentation, “My Grandfather, Norman Rockwell,” ... more
Rome Rotary Club has announced the return of its annual photography contest, to be held in the Boathouse at Bellamy Harbor Park during Canalfest ’22 starting Friday, Aug. 5. more
The eighth annual Adirondack Pastel Exhibition will be on display until July 31 at View, the Center for Arts & Culture in Old Forge. more
Kids of all ages are welcome at the Oneida County History Center for a history-themed story hour on select Wednesdays this summer. more
“My Brush, My Adirondacks,” an exhibit by watercolor artist, Ron Rakowski, will be on display July 1 through July 30 at the Old Forge Library... more
Cassandra Miller of Oneonta has been named director of marketing and communications at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute. more
A Little Free Library has been installed at the Moseman camp, on the southeastern shore of the middle section of Kayuta Lake. more
OLD FORGE The Old Forge Library, 220 Crosby Blvd., will host award-winning songwriters, singers and musicians Cosby Gibson and Tom Staudle on Tuesday, June 28.   From 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., they will … more
Local residents addressed the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill School Board with allegations that the Sherrill-Kenwood Library’s budget vote was the victim of electioneering — via stickers. more
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