Boat / Transportation Museum Planned in Skaneateles, Finger Lakes

In the latter part of the 19th and early part of the 20th centuries, the Creamery was a vital part of the Skaneateles community, providing a centralized milk-processing facility for the area. Over the years the Creamery was also a thriving butter-making business, and an ice cream processor for the Best Ice Cream Co. and later, the Borden Co. In the early 1990s, the Skaneateles Historical Society acquired the nearly 100-year-old derelict building, renovated it, and established a new home for the Society and a museum for the community.

Steve Donigan Agency, insurance in Central New York

When it comes to protecting your auto, home, business and family, don’t leave it up to chance, or fly-by-night brokers. At the Steve Donigan Agency we take pride in our business and strive to be relationship specialists providing you with the total insurance solution for all your needs. Being insured with the best has its advantages.

Mother and daughter team in Skaneateles Real Estate

We are a mother and daughter team who would be very happy to list your property or to assist you in finding the right property for you to purchase. Working together we will find the right buyer for your home and the right home for you.

Dale Look, Realtor & Skaneateles, NY Blogger

  Dale Look – Assoc. Broker, CRS, CBR, GRI and Skaneateles, NY Blogger Aaron Moss Real Estate – 39 Jordan St., Skaneateles, NY 13152 Office (315)685-5500 Cell (315)567-1450 (Best number to reach me as I am on the road alot!) VISIT ME AT www.mossred.com OR email me at LOOKDA@A-ZNET.COM Saturday, March 15, 2008 12:51 pm Syracuse Real Estate Forecast is …

Finger Lakes Lifestyle, Home & Garden Show

Built upon the successes of previously produced active lifestyle events in Florida, California, Arizona, Texas & Toronto, as well as the unparalleled response to the last 13 Adirondack Living Shows in the Northeast over the last 5 years, The Finger Lakes Show will quickly earn its’ place as the largest event of it’s type in Western/Central New York.