The Oswego County Historical Society to Host a Lecture on Oswego County World War I Commemoration

Oswego – The Oswego County Historical Society will host a lecture entitled “Oswego County World War I Commemoration: Celebration, Remembrance & Reflection” on Sunday, November 18 at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Room of the Oswego Public Library at 120 E. Second St. The event is free and open to the public. The guest speakers will be Oswego County World War I Commemoration Committee...
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Oswego County WWI Veterans to be Honored at Ceremony Marking 100th Anniversary of Armistice

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego County WWI Commemoration Project, (OWWICP), has worked with the county and City of Oswego, as well as local veterans’ organizations, to prepare special program at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 at Oswego County Veterans Memorial Park (West Linear Park along the river), to recognize the 132 servicemen from Oswego County who died in the war, and mark the 100th anniversary of...
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The Oswego County Historical to Host a Lecture on Life of St. Marianne Cope and Her Time in Oswego

Oswego – The Oswego County Historical Society will host a lecture entitled “A Saint Amongst Us: The Life of St. Marianne Cope” on Sunday, October 21 at 1:30 p.m. at the St. Marianne Cope Hall behind St. Peter’s Church at 83 E. Albany St. The event is free and open to the public. The guest speaker will be Kristin Barrett-Anderson, Director of the St. Marianne Cope Shrine & Museum,...
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Mexico Point Park’s Concert/Fireworks will be Bigger and Better

Magician Paul Antonio, Ghanaian Drumming, songstress Emalee Herrington, Mexico Brass, and Fritz’s Polka Band followed by up-close and personal fireworks by Young Explosives will all be part of Mexico Point Park’ s annual free Lakeside Concert and Fireworks on Sunday, July 8, starting at 1 pm.  All new this year, from 1 to 8, will be a Craft Fair sponsored by the Mexico Chamber of Commerce....
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“Last Post” Lantern Tours of Fort Ontario to begin July 4th

AmeriCorps staffer Victoria Marks will lead themed lantern tours of Fort Ontario State Historic Site on Wednesday nights from July 4th to August 30th, 2018. The “Last Post” Lantern Tours will feature descriptions of the history, myths, and legends of who, how, why, and where hundreds of officers, soldiers, civilians, and Native American died at Fort Ontario since 1755. Tours will begin inside...
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Learn About Nature’s Bountiful Harvest at Mexico Point Park

The Native Americans and early settlers knew how to survive without supermarkets and fast food outlets and so can you. Shopping in nature’s market is easy if you know where to look and how to use what is available. Be part of the “Field to Fork” movement and learn what wild things you can eat – for free. Think about it… with wild edible there is no GMO and/or additive issues. Nancy...
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