Fur Trade Re-enactment

May 12 and May 13, 2007 10AM – 4PM The Early History of Ganondagan Location: Ganondagan State Historic Site, Victor, NY Living historians from across the US and Canada recreate the historic meeting at New York’s only Native American State Historic Site. Visit with both Iroquois and Colonial people dressed in authentic 17th century clothing. There will be French, Jesuit …

TIM GREEN TELLS WHY HE SUPPORTS CITY LIBRARY PROJECT

  Best-selling author, retired National Football League player, journalist, television personality and Skaneateles resident Tim Green will speak Thursday in Oswego in support of the Oswego Public Library’s restoration project and to mark the library’s 150th anniversary. “I like to choose things that are near and dear to my heart when it comes to assisting with fundraising events,” said Green. …

THE IDEAL CAMPUS VISIT

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED to A PRESENTATION on THE IDEAL CAMPUS VISIT by Margaret S. Tiedemann Director of Placement Educational Consultants   May 9, 2007 7:00 – 8:30 PM Dobson Hall First Presbyterian Church Skaneateles, NY Choosing the best time to visit a college campus is often a complicated process. A great deal of planning is associated with this task. …

Frontline Staff Familiarization Tour, June 14th 2007

  Frontline Staff Familiarization Tour, June 14th The Office of Tourism is organizing a familiarization tour for frontline tourism staff. The purpose of this tour is to educate staff that interact with our visitors on a regular basis – front desk and box office personnel, docents, wait staff, wine tasting room employees and others – about area attractions, restaurants, and …

135 MILES OF FARMS, FOOD & FUN ALONG ROUTES 5&20

135 MILES OF FARMS, FOOD & FUN ALONG ROUTES 5&20    Cayuga County is a rich and diverse agricultural area that encourages our visitors to enjoy scenic drives along vineyard laden hillsides, hand-pick seasonal fruit, taste award-winning wines and enjoy seasonal festivals and fairs.

Freedom’s Call by Richard Breyer

 Wednesday 7:00pm at Baltimore Woods call 315-685-8480 for details Freedom’s Call” is about the American Deep South in the turbulent ’50’s and ’60’s. We journey to Memphis, Little Rock, Oxford, Jackson and the Mississippi Delta with two African-American journalists who covered the important stories of the era. The film features Dorothy Gilliam, first female African American reporter at The Washington …

Ed Mortin Speaks at the Creamery about our History

The 308 page book chronicles the activities of the 75th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the Civil War and is told in their own words. On November 30, 1861, nearly a thousand men board a train at the State Street depot in Auburn, New York. On September 23rd, four years later, fewer than half returned. Some had mustered out …