Fun Fact about Syracuse/Onondaga County

Fun Fact about Syracuse/Onondaga County …. did you know ….. …that Jamesville Reservoir was originally created to feed the Erie Canal and control Butternut Creek. Jamesville Dam was completed in 1874. Today, the reservoir is surrounded by private homes and one of Onondaga County’s favorite parks, Jamesville Beach. Covering about 252 acres, it is still operated by the NYS Canal …

Fun Fact about Syracuse/Onondaga County

Fun Fact about Syracuse/Onondaga County …. did you know ….. … that Oneida Lake is New York’s largest body of water completely within New York’s boundary, measuring 79.8 square miles and expanding four counties – Onondaga, Oswego, Madison and Oneida. Oneida Lake hosts numerous types of recreational activities including boating, sailing, fishing, swimming, beaching and more. Attached, please find this …

Onondaga Historical Association Museum

Onondaga Historical Association Museum is currently exhibiting Salt City Comes of Age: Syracuse During the Impressionist Era in America 1880-1915 & Toys From Your Childhood: The Psychedelic Sixties. For details, call 428-1864 or go to www.CNYHistory.org. November 1, 2009 through May 2, 2010: Toys from your Childhood: The Psychedelic Sixties! Do you remember playing with Clue, Twister, Creepy Crawlers, Rock …

Arc of Onondaga Race 2008

Starts:  9/6/2008  Ends: 9/6/2008 Event:     Arc Race 2008 Location:  Long Branch Park, 371 Long Branch Rd, Syracuse For More Info:  315-476-7441 ext. 147      Website:  www.arcon.org Arc of Onondaga is the largest provider of services to people with developmental disabilities in Onondaga County.  We have been providing these services since 1951 to nearly 3,000 individuals and their family members.  To learn …