– August 11, 2019
J/24 One Design sailing regatta. Competitors from across the Northeast. Best viewing is from Breitbeck Park, Oswego International Marina and Fort Ontario State Historic Site. Free to attend.
Have you ever wanted to turn laps at the Oswego Speedway? The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience will give you two chances to do this summer - first on Sunday, June 23 and again on Sunday, August 11!
Guest speaker Don Gillespie, Oswego County native and national artist, unveils a new exhibit about bicycling. Free to attend.
Don Gillespie, artist and Fulton native,will lecture on Oswego's Cycling History and Dave Horton, the famous one armed bicyclist of the 1890's. He will present all of the historic research he did for his latest painting depicting a race that started in 1895 on the corner of East Mohawk and 3rd Street in Oswego, in front the mansion owned by Maxwell Richardson, and featuring Dave Horton, the famous one-armed racer.
His recently completed painting will be unveiled and donated to the Oswego County Historical Society.
The new exhibit on "Bicycles in Oswego" in the temporary gallery will also be opening that day.
The beloved tale of “The Princess and the Pea” told through song and dance in this Broadway musical. Fun for the whole family. $15 adults; $12 Seniors/Students; 5-11 pay your age; under 5 are free.
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