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  • History On Tap

    Category: History History On Tap


    October 7, 2019

    History on TapSUNY  Professor Candace Haak of the History Dept will present her class's work in Oswego Town Rural and Riverside Cemeteries.

    And we hope to view the video of UNITED NATIONS WEEK IN OSWEGO 1943.

    Admission is free.

    GS Steamer's
    70 E. 1st St.
    Oswego, NY 13126
    315-342-0000
  • Oswego Farmers' Market

    Category: Public and Farmers\' Markets Oswego Farmers' Market


    October 10, 2019

    City of Oswego Annual Weekly Farmer’s Market sponsored by the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.

    Located on West First Street in the heart of downtown. The market runs every Thursday from 3:30pm-8:30pm, June 13-Oct. 10, 2019. Stop down to enjoy fresh produce, baked goods, arts and crafts and more...

    West 1st and Oneida Sts.
    Across from the Village Shops
    315-592-9357

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  • Oswego Food & History Tour

    Category: History Oswego Food & History Tour

    See Desc. for Times
    October 12, 2019

    This 1.5 m. walking tour entertains with stories from Oswego's past while you enjoy tastings from 8 different locally owned businesses and restaurants.

    Tours offered 9 am-noon or noon-3 pm. $45 per person.

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    Encampment Fort Brewerton & the Oliver Stevens Blockhouse Museum

    Category: History Encampment Fort Brewerton & the Oliver Stevens Blockhouse Museum


    October 12, 2019

    Schroth’s Company of Roger’s Rangers are returning to Fort Brewerton for another encampment! The Schroth's New York Company of Roger's Rangers will return to present a living history weekend designed to replicate life and the soldier's way in colonial America in the 1750s and 60s, They will also have elements of the 46th Regiment of Foot that portray a British Light infantry unit and an 18th century bateaux (boat) crew that will serve as the crew of the HMS Nettle. Each crew will give a living history of what it would be like at Fort Brewerton. Cooking, camp life, musket and cannon drills will be demonstrated as well as fire making and bush warfare. The public is welcome to attend and discover how life was truly lived here at Fort Brewerton during the 1700's.

    Admission is free.

    Fort Brewerton & Oliver Stevens Blockhouse Museum
    9 US-11
    Brewerton, NY 13029
    315-668-8801
    Haunted Oswego Tours

    Category: History Haunted Oswego Tours


    October 12, 2019

    This 1 mile walking tour entertains you with stories of Oswego's spirits and unusual events at a leisurely pace from the river to historic Franklin Square.