The Weekender: Features
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New and experienced potters are invited to join Pottery Manager Alaina Hall and Assistant Manager Kristen Martin for two multi-week classes starting on Feb. 21. more
It has been almost a decade since Pastors Matt and Leticia “Tish” Zehr purchased the Constableville Elementary School. more
The Utica Zoo has announced a new addition to its family of animals — as its female white-handed gibbon, Snowflake, gave birth to a healthy baby. See the video clip in the story. more
“There’s a storm coming and we all need to get in front of it,” Rome branch NAACP President Jacqueline Nelson told the Rome City School District Board of Education. more
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children-Mohawk Valley branch is hosting an informational meeting for interested riders of the 2023 Ride for Missing Children-CNY. more
The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum’s third week of Black History Matters Programs begins Feb. 15. more
“Love is patient, love is kind …” those words are exactly what Santo and Sandy Panicca of Overland Drive have used to build and keep their 60-year marriage strong. more
Here’s a collection of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music and video game platforms this week. more
These local pets are looking for a new family. more
The party hats were properly placed on the table. The bouquet of balloons indicated a celebration. The bright youthful colors welcomed the thought of a birthday celebration. more
Horror director M. Night Shyamalan is known for his spooky and tense thrillers, and “Knock at the Cabin” delivers exactly that with its potentially apocalyptic storytelling. Without giving away … more
The Capitol Arts Complex is celebrating Black History Month with the screening of “In the Heat of the Night” at the Capitol Theatre, 220 W. Dominick St., tonight. more
The Rome Community Theater, 8911 Turin Road, welcomes audiences back in the new year with the comedy “Drinking Habits” by Tom Smith. more
Rome Community Theater on Upper Turin Road, under the direction of Deborah Martin, will present the “heavenly” comedy, “Drinking Habits,” starting Friday, Feb. 10. more
The Museum of Ethnography of Geneva in Switzerland has returned traditional sacred objects, a mask and a rattle, to the Haudenosaunee after 200 years in Switzerland. more
The New Hartford Indoor Percussion Ensemble is hoping to reach the peak of its performance abilities during the upcoming 2023 season.   more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and its partners are in the second year of a moose research project in the Adirondack region. more
Friends and family recently helped Glenfield resident and World War II veteran Robert Ingersoll celebrate turning 100-years-old with a birthday party at the 3-G Fire Hall in December. more
The annual Ken Lyon Sr. Memorial Fishing Derby was held the weekend of January 28-29. more
For more than a decade, SUNY Morrisville has helped participants come together in the Global Game Jam to make a game in 48 hours, all around one central theme. more
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