The Weekender: Features
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One of the area’s most scenic attractions — with majestic waterfalls and sweeping views —will be available for a limited public viewing this weekend. 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
Broadway Theatre League of Utica is now accepting applications for its Students on Broadway program. more
A check for $20,000 from the proceeds of the Third Annual Veterans Parkway Car Show was presented to officials of Chapter 490 of the Military Order of Purple Heart Veterans in a ceremony. more
The cardinal easily stood out to Cindy Humble as it sat perched on a pine tree in the back yard of her Chapman Street home in Jamestown. more
Banned books are some of the most popular at Jervis Public Library. more
Hamilton College’s Wellin Museum of Art celebrates its 10-year anniversary with the exhibition, “Dialogues Across Disciplines,” opening from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17. more
Craobh Dugan-O’Looney is re-starting its free Irish Ceili Dance classes with a meeting for anyone interested. more
The city of Utica has recognized several nurses and staff at Babe's at Harbor Point, 80 N. Genesee St., for saving a patron’s life. more
ROME The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Central New York, presented by Upstate Cancer Center, is inviting the community to join the movement to honor and remember loved ones and fight back … more
Thelma Gallagher, a resident of VestraCare’s Sunset Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, celebrated her 107 birthday recently. more
These local pets are looking for a family. more
The fifth annual Connor’s Way Run/Walk will take place on Sunday, Sept. 18, in the Adirondack foothills of Hinckley, with the virtual event taking place now through Sept. 18. more
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Central New York, invites the community to join the movement to honor and remember loved ones and fight back for lifesaving change. more
Sooner or later, I knew I was going to write this article. I have to, even if nobody pays any attention. more
Madison County Historian Matt Urtz will present a program titled “When Hops Were King” at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Rome Historical Society, 200 Church St. more
The end of summer is a dead zone for exciting new films, made crystal clear by the under-the-radar release of the good but wholly forgettable “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.” more
On Oct. 21, 1835, 600 black and white abolitionists met in Utica to form an antislavery society. more
The Mohawk Valley Latino Association will help celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with a featured talk at the Oneida County History Center. more
In anticipation of the 10th Anniversary of Saint Marianne Cope’s Canonization in October, the Catholic Churches of Greater Utica will celebrate by blessing and lighting two new signs. more
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