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Saturday Morning Youth Art to Begin at the Salmon River Fine Arts Center

Pulaski, NY – Starting October 17th, children between ages 5 and 10 now have something to look forward to on Saturday mornings that will allow them to discover and develop their creativity. The Salmon River Fine Arts Center is launching their Young Artist Experience or YAE program (pronounced “yay”). The program will offer weekly classes every Saturday morning that encourages personal growth...
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Maritime Museum Creates Quest to Uncover the Hidden History along Local Waterways

Did you know there is an island dedicated to a spy in Mexico, New York or that there is a World War II tug that shot down a Nazi plane now docked in Oswego’s inner harbor?  The new Sailor Sam Canal to Shore Challenge program from the H. Lee White Maritime Museum in Oswego will help you answer all of these questions and many more.  This program, sponsored in part by the Erie Canalway National...
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Theater Arts Youth Academy Goes High Tech with “Do You Read Me?”

The Theater Arts Youth Academy (TAYA) of the Oswego Players, Inc. is going high tech with its first streaming performance full of virtual fun!  It’s a mad cap comedy for the whole family to enjoy. “Everyone at NASA thinks that Dr. Weaver’s Mars colony is a joke, because it’s full of average joes instead of astronauts. Their mission? To grow the first eggplant on Mars. As Dr. Weaver...
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H. Lee White Maritime Museum has Activities throughout September

The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego will continue to be open daily in the month of September, Monday through Sunday from 12 – 5 pm. The museum’s main building features maritime and historical exhibits. Also open are the National Historic Landmark WWII Tugboat “LT-5,” and NYS Derrick Boat No 8. New this year is a temporary exhibit marking the 65th anniversary of operation of the Port...
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Share Your COVID-19 Experience with the Oswego County Historical Society

OSWEGO COUNTY – The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for people to grapple with as so many changes quickly altered their daily lives. As a community, everyone learned to adapt to these circumstances in various ways. Parents taught their children at home for the first time, workers and families used technology to communicate with employers and loved ones, and everyone took precautions in...
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Fall Classes on Tap at the Arts Center

CNY Arts Center announces the launch of art classes for the fall season. With something for every age, the classes will slowly start to bring the Center to life again and provide a healthy distraction from the weighty concerns overshadowing everyday life. “The website is full of new classes being offered not only for kids but also adults,” said Cheryl Green, Programming Coordinator. “We’re...
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