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					                                  WINTER IN OSWEGO COUNTY
                                   November 2006– March 2007
                                       Calendar of Events
Courtesy of Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning


November
11/3 Fri
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Kingston, 7pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler Sts.,
973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

11/4 Sat
Scriba. Scriba Ladies‟ Auxiliary Craft Show, 10am-4pm. 50-60 tables of handmade items to sell, can be great
gifts, raffles, full kitchen available; lots of fun. Scriba Volunteer Fire Station, NYS Rte. 104E, 315/343-4545.
Admission free; crafter’s tables $15.

11/4 Sat
Oswego. Rice Creek Ramble, 1pm. Enjoy an autumn hike. An adult must accompany children; unable to
accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

11/4 Sat
Oswego. Robin & Linda Williams and Their Fine Group, 8pm. The sounds of rural America are explored
through the warm vocal harmonies and acoustic guitar driven arrangements of this husband and wife duo often
heard on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion. Accompanied by mandolin ace Jimmy Gaudreau and
ex-Red Clay Ramblers bassist Jim Watson, the Williams blend a robust mixture of bluegrass, old-time folk and
acoustic country music. Oswego Music Hall, 41 Lake St., 315/342-1733, E-mail:
oswegomusichall@yahoo.com, www.oswegomusichall.org. Admission: $14/adults, $10/members, under
12/half price.

11/4 Sat
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Trenton, 7:30pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler
Sts., 973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

11/7 Tues
Hannibal. Fall Fiesta Concert, 7:30-8:30pm. Hannibal Senior High Band and SUNY Oswego Concert Band
present a joint concert featuring a variety of instrumental music. Hannibal High School, Cayuga St., 315/564-
7910, E-mail: sterrino@hannibalcsd.org. Admission free.

11/8 Wed
Oswego. Post Card Club of Oswego County Dinner Meeting, 5:30-8pm. Members and guests bring in post
cards to buy, sell or exchange; members share their collections with others. Canale’s Restaurant, 156 W. Utica
St., 315/695-5089. Admission: cost of dinner.

11/8 Wed
Oswego. Ke-nekt‟ Chamber Music Series: Excelsior Cornet Band, 7:30pm. Music of the times surrounding
the American Civil War performed in costume and on original period instruments. Sponsored by ARTSwego.
Sheldon Hall Ballroom, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts.
Admission: $15/adults, $10/seniors and students, $7/SUNY Oswego students.
11/10 Fri
Oswego. Celebrating Women in Sports, 12:40-2:15pm. A panel of national experts in sports, business, media
and nutrition talk about the improvements for women in sports in the 25 years since Title IX. SUNY Oswego,
Campus Center food court, 315/312-3056. Admission free.

11/11 Sat
Oswego. Jazz Guitar and More Festival, 9am-10pm. Workshops, clinics and concerts are all part of the
daylong festival headlined by the Mike Stern Band. A performance-only pass offers tickets for the Mike Stern
Band, an intellectual and passionate show by flamenco and classical guitarist Dennis Koster and the distinctive
world-jazz fusion guitar of the Rez Abbasi Quartet. Sponsored by ARTSwego. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall,
SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $55/adults,
$35/seniors and students, $15/SUNY Oswego students. Concerts only pass $35/$20/$10.

11/11 Sat
Oswego. Jazz Guitar Festival: Dennis Koster, 2pm. Strikingly singular guitarist and master of duality, Koster
has perfected both his flamenco and classical styles independently, and astounds audiences with his ability to
perform each without compromise to the other. Sponsored by ARTSwego. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall,
SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $12/adults,
$8/seniors and students, $7/SUNY Oswego students.

11/11 Sat
Oswego. Jazz Guitar Festival: Rez Abassi Quartet, 4pm. Abassi’s distinctive world-jazz fusion guitar glows
with tremendous imagination and incontrovertible skill. His virtuosic mastery of the guitar infuses a new genre
mixing enchanting Indian sensibilities and the chops of American jazz. Sponsored by ARTSwego. Waterman
Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts.
Admission: $12/adults, $8/seniors and students, $7/SUNY Oswego students.

11/11 Sat
Oswego. Mike Stern Trio, 7:30pm. Blazing front man Stern strikes a splendid balance between memorable
melodies and killer grooves. Stern played with Blood, Sweat and Tears at the age of 22, and has since shared
the stage with Jacob Pastorius, the Brecker Brothers and Miles Davis. Sponsored by ARTSwego. Waterman
Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts.
Admission: $14/adults, $10/seniors and students, $7/SUNY Oswego students.

11/11-11/12 Sat-Sun
Fulton. Holiday Express, 10am-5pm Sat, 10am-4pm Sun. Many different model and toy train layouts and
displays; dealers selling trains. Sponsored by Oswego Valley Railroad Association, Inc. Fulton War Memorial,
W. Broadway (NYS Rte. 3), 315/342-0028. Admission: $3/adults, children 12 and under free with adults.

11/12 Sun
Oswego. Recorder Consort: A Celebration of Suites, 2-3:30pm. This concert explores the genre of the suite as
arranged for the recorder in both classic and modern formats. Sponsored by SUNY Oswego Music Dept.
Church of the Resurrection, 120 W. Fifth St., 315/312-2130, E-mail: lavallee@oswego.edu. Admission: $5
suggested donation, SUNY Oswego students free.

11/14-11/19 Tues-Sun
Oswego. Dora: A Case of Hysteria, 8-10pm Tues-Sat, 2-4pm Sun. The place is Sigmund Freud’s office in
Vienna in 1900. A father brings his daughter, who has developed neurotic symptoms, to Freud. In this re-
imagining of one of Freud’s most famous (or infamous) case studies, Kim Morrissey gives Dora a voice of her
own. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego. 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu,
www.oswego.edu/theatre. Admission: $12/adults, $10/seniors, $7/SUNY Oswego students.
11/15 Wed
Fulton. 24th Annual Wine and Cheese/Silent Auction, 5:30-8pm. Guests place silent bids to purchase antiques,
collectibles, art work, gift certificates, jewelry and other items donated for the event. Special foods, beer, wine
and punch are included in admission. Sponsored by Friends of History in Fulton, NY, Inc. Jubilee Hall,
Immaculate Conception Church, 309 Buffalo St., 315/598-4616, E-mail: friendsofhist@juno.com. Admission
$20.

11/15 Wed
Pulaski. Program, 7:30pm. Slide show with views of old Pulaski by Terry Rossman. Pulaski Historical Society,
3428 Maple Ave., 315/298-4650, E-mail: phspulaski@aol.com. Admission free.

11/15 Wed
Oswego. French Art Songs Recital, 7:30-9pm. Professor emeritus Leon Carapetyan joins faculty members
Amanda Carnie and Todd Graber for a recital of French art songs by Debussey, DuParc, Poulenc, Faure and
Hahn, among others. The event also features current voice students. A small reception will follow. Sponsored
by SUNY Oswego Music Dept. Church of the Resurrection, 120 W. Fifth St., 315/312-2130, E-mail:
lavallee@oswego.edu. Admission: $5 suggested donation, SUNY Oswego students free.

11/16 Thurs
Oswego. USOswego, 6-9pm. Public dance at a re-creation of a WWII-era USO canteen. 17 piece live band
plays swing era music. Elk’s Lodge, 132 W. Fifth St., 315/343-1176, E-mail: dgoodness@twcny.rr.com.
Admission $1.

11/17 Fri
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Kingston, 7pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler Sts.,
973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

11/17 Fri
Oswego. Concert Band, 7:30-9pm. The concert band will perform selections by Copland, Gershwin, Holst,
Grainger, Delb Joio, Hanson, Reed and McBeth. Reception with the musicians will follow the concert.
Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2130, E-mail: jorgense@oswego.edu. Admission free,
donations appreciated.

11/17 Fri
Oswego. Beirut, 7pm. WNYO presents one of the most buzzed about indie bands of 2006. The music is the
vision of 20-year-old Zach Condon, and has been described as Balkan brass band music. He will be performing
with a 10 piece orchestra to re-create the complex sound of the debut album Gulag Orkestar. Sponsored by
ARTSwego. Sheldon Hall Ballroom, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu,
www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $10, $5 w/SUNY Oswego ID.

11/18 Sat
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Peterborough, 7:30pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and
Schuyler Sts., 973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission:
$3/adults, $2/students and seniors.

11/18 Sat
Oswego. Rice Creek Ramble, 1pm. Enjoy an autumn hike. An adult must accompany children; unable to
accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.. 315/312-7961. Admission free.
11/18 Sat
Oswego. Lucy Kaplansky, 8pm. Well known on the folk scene for her crystalline harmonies, the nuance, power
and texture in Kaplansky’s voice are matched by the imagery and emotion of her lyrics and melodies. Oswego
Music Hall, 41 Lake St., 315/342-1733, E-mail: oswegomusichall@yahoo.com, www.oswegomusichall.org.
Admission: $14/adults, $10/members, under 12/half price.

11/18-11/19 Sat-Sun
Hannibal. “A Country Christmas,” 10am-5pm. Community-wide celebration including 9th annual craft show,
breakfast with Santa, lunch, “how-to” seminars, wine tasting, gift shopping, community tree lighting,
entertainment, caroling, wagon rides, festival of trees, contests and fun. Many participating organizations and
businesses. Village of Hannibal, west of NYS Rtes. 3 and 104 interchange, 315/564-5479 or 315/564-6606.
Admission free.

11/18-11/19 Sat-Sun
Hannibal. Festival of Trees, 10am-5pm Sat, 10am-4pm Sun. Silent auction of decorated trees and wreaths;
stories and crafts for children; refreshments. Hannibal Free Library, Oswego St., 315/564-5471. Admission free.

11/19 Sun
Hannibal. Christmas Tree Lighting, 5-5:30pm. Tree lighting ceremony; entertainment, refreshments.
Sponsored by Hannibal Historical Society; Hannibal Village Square, 315/564-5650. Admission free.

11/19 Sun
Oswego. Holiday Expo “Home for the Holidays,” 11am-5pm. Favorite local shops under one roof to kick off
holiday shopping season. YMCA Armory, 265 W. First St., 315/343-1981, E-mail: Louella@fultonweb.com,
www.oswegodailynews.com. Admission free.

11/19 Sun
Oswego. Oswego State Jazz Ensemble, 2-3:30pm. 20-member group plays traditional and contemporary jazz-
based music for big band. Directed by Eric Schmitz, Associate Professor of Jazz Studies. Church of the
Resurrection, 120 W. Fifth St., 315/312-2130, E-mail: lavallee@oswego.edu. Admission: $5 suggested
donation, SUNY Oswego students free.

11/24 Fri
Fulton. Christmas Alpaca Shop Sale, 9am-4pm. Christmas shop for sweaters, scarves, mittens, gloves, socks,
teddy bears, etc. Willow Creek Farm Alpacas, 388-390 Lakeshore Rd., 315/593-8220 or 315/592-5889, E-mail:
whitens@a-znet.com. Admission free.

11/24-12/16 Thurs-Sat
West Monroe. Annual Holiday Wreath Sale, 12noon-4pm. Fresh evergreen wreaths hand decorated with
colors and themes. Orders may be called in ahead. $12 and up depending on size and decorations. West Monroe
Historical Society, 2355 NYS Rte. 49, 315/676-7414. Admission free.

11/27-12/8 Sun-Fri
Fulton. Parade of Trees, 1-5pm weekdays, 2-4pm Sun. Non-profit groups and organizations decorate theme
trees: visitors vote for favorite trees in three categories. Cash prizes, donated by local merchants, awarded to top
three in each category. There are usually 12-15 theme trees on display and the Pratt House is decorated with
antique and collectible Christmas decorations. Friends of History in Fulton, N.Y., Inc., 177 S. First St. 315/598-
4616, E-mail: friendsofhist@juno.com. Admission free, donations appreciated.

11/29 Wed
Oswego. Blue Jupiter: Scattered Flurries, 7:30pm. Edgy pop-funk vocal a cappella group Blue Jupiter
presents their holiday concert, “Scattered Flurries,” featuring traditional carols and up-tempo arrangements of
contemporary holiday pieces. Blue Jupiter incorporates fresh humor and dramatic moments through sketch and
song. Sponsored by ARTSwego. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail:
tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $14/adults, $10/seniors and students, $7/SUNY
Oswego students

11/30 Thurs
Oswego. Children‟s City Holiday Tree Lighting, 5-7pm. Entertainment, arrival of Santa Claus, lighting of city
holiday tree. Sponsored by the Greater Oswego Chamber of Commerce and the City of Oswego. Civic Plaza, 13
W. Oneida St., 315/343-7681, www.oswegochamber.com. Admission free.

11/30-12/3 Thurs-Sun
Oswego. Christmas Tree Sale, hours TBA. Fundraiser to benefit the H. Lee White Marine Museum – buy your
tree in the Historic Maritime District and help preserve local history. H. Lee White Marine Museum and
Oswego Maritime Foundation, W. First St. Pier, 315/342-0480, E-mail: info@hleewhitemarinemuseum.com,
www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com. Admission free.

11/30-12/3 Thurs-Sun
Oswego. Holiday History Shoppe, 3-8pm Thurs-Fri, 10am-8pm Sat-Sun. Cooperative heritage shop featuring
unique gifts offered by the H. Lee White Marine Museum, Safe Haven Museum, Friends of Fort Ontario,
Oswego County Historical Society, Heritage Foundation and Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.
“A unique shopping experience.” Canal Commons, 191 W. First St., 315/342-0480, E-mail:
info@hleewhitemarinemuseum.com, www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com. Admission free.

December
12/1 Fri
Fulton. “Building Literate Communities” Breakfast, 8-9:30am. Adult literacy awareness presentation and
fundraising campaign breakfast. Hosted by Literacy Volunteers of Oswego County. Reservations required by
Nov. 27. Lakeview Manor, 723 NYS Rte. 3, 315/342-8839, E-mail: lvoswego@verizon.net,
www.lvoswego.org. Admission free.

12/1-12/23 Daily
Oswego. Holiday Railroad Display, 1-5pm. See miniature train displays courtesy of the Oswego Valley
Railroad Association; temporary art exhibit of train related works by Russell D. Porter; festive holiday
decorations. H.Lee White Marine Museum, W. First St. Pier, 315/342-0480, E-mail:
info@hleewhitemarinemuseum.com, www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com. Admission free.

12/2 Sat
Oswego. Rice Creek Ramble, 1pm. Enjoy an autumn hike. An adult must accompany children; unable to
accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

12/2 Sat
Oswego. The Dust Poets, 8pm. A five-piece acoustic folk-pop group with roots deep in the Canadian prairie.
The band is well known for their infectious spirit, powerful stage presence, hot instrumental chops, and juicy
harmony singing. Oswego Music Hall, 41 Lake St., 315/342-1733, E-mail: oswegomusichall@yahoo.com,
www.oswegomusichall.org. Admission: $14/adults, $10/members, under 12 free.

12/2 Sat
Oswego. Olde-Fashioned Oswego Christmas, 10am-4pm. Over 50 vendors offering homespun crafts and
antiques; indoor dining and live music. Oswego Community Christian School, 400 E. Albany St., 315/342-
9322, E-mail: ocommchr@twcny.rr.com, www.occs.vze.com. Admission: $1/16 yrs. and older; handicap
accessible.

12/2 Sat
West Monroe. Santa Visit – Tree Lighting, 7pm. West Monroe Volunteer Fire Dept. brings Santa by fire truck
to light Christmas tree, give candy canes, talk to children. Refreshments at New Life Church, next door. West
Monroe Historical Society, 2355 NYS Rte. 49, 315/676-7414. Admission free.

12/2 Sat
Oswego. Christmas Nu2U Sale and Cookie Sale, 9am-4pm. Sale of gently used Christmas decorations and
possible Christmas gifts; Christmas cookies sold by the pound; lunch served. Trinity United Methodist Church,
45 E. Utica St., 315/343-1715. Admission free.

12/2 Sat
Sandy Creek. Winter Recreation Swap and Sale, 8am-12noon. Bring used equipment to sell; buy new or used.
Sponsored by the Winona Forest Recreation Association. Sandy Creek High School, 124 Salisbury St.,
315/298-6993, E-mail: raceinfo@winonaforest.com, www.winonaforest.com. Admission free.

12/2 Sat
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Lindsay, 7pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler Sts.,
973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

12/2-12/3 Sat-Sun
Oswego. Holiday Greens Sale, 11am-4pm. Sale of evergreen wreaths and cedar roping. Oswego County
Historical Society, 135 E. Third St., 315/343-1342. Admission free.

12/3 Sun
Oswego. Holiday Open House, 1-4pm. Tour decorated Victorian period rooms; enjoy entertainment and
refreshments. Oswego County Historical Society/Richardson-Bates House Museum, 135 E. Third St., 315/343-
1342, E-mail: tprior@twcny.rr.com. Admission free.

12/3 Sun
Pulaski. Light Up Pulaski Open House, 4-6pm. Open house with Christmas decorations, raffle drawing for
Selkirk Lighthouse signed print. Pulaski Historical Society, 3428 Maple Ave., 315/298-4650, E-mail:
phspulaski@aol.com. Admission free.

12/3 Sun
Pulaski. Light Up Pulaski, 12:30-6pm. Holiday event to kick off the season; entertainment, food, displays
throughout the village. 315/298-2213, www.pulaskinychamber.com. Admission free.

12/3 Sun
Pulaski. Lights in the Library, 1-3pm. Holiday tree and wreath show featured at an open house. Pulaski Public
Library, 4917 N. Jefferson St., 315/298-2717, E-mail: pullib@nnyln.net. Admission free.

12/3 Sun
Pulaski. Opening Reception Winter Art Show, 1-4pm. Refreshments, entertainment and art exhibit. Salmon
River Fine Arts Center, 19 Lake St. 315/298-7007. Admission free.

12/3 Sun
Fulton. Annual Open House, Cookies and Punch Party, 2-4pm. Friends of History open the John Wells Pratt
House to the public for viewing and voting for Parade of Trees; holiday music; cookies and punch. Museum is
open for tours. 177 S. First St., 315/598-4616, E-mail: friendsofhist@juno.com. Admission free, donations
appreciated.

12/3 Sun
Oswego. Staged Reading: A Christmas Carol, 3-5 pm. Since the story’s publication in 1843, audiences have
found the time to renew the Christmas spirit with this classic tale of redemption. Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim,
Scrooge and the ghosts come alive in this production with music of the Victorian era sung by the SUNY
Oswego State Singers. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego. 315/312-2141, E-mail:
tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $7/adults, $5/seniors/children, $3/SUNY Oswego
students.

12/3 Sun
Fulton. Christmas on the Farm, 10am-4pm. Enjoy festive music and seasonal décor as you visit our 16
beautiful alpacas; shop in our farm store for unique, luxurious gifts of alpaca including capes, scarves, socks,
gloves, mittens, teddy bears and more. Willow Creek Farm Alpacas, 388-390 Lakeshore Rd., 315/593-8220 or
315/592-5889, E-mail: whitens@a-znet.com. Admission free.

12/3 Sun
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Bancroft, 3pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler Sts.,
973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

12/5 Tues
Oswego. Orchestra Concert, 7:30-9pm. The College Community Orchestra will perform Beethoven’s 8th
Symphony and other pieces. Sponsored by SUNY Oswego Music Dept. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY
Oswego, 315/312-2130, E-mail: lavallee@oswego.edu. Admission: $5 suggested donation, SUNY Oswego
students free.

12/7 Thurs
Fulton. 2006 City of Fulton Christmas Tree Lighting Jubilee, 5-8pm. Annual Christmas tree lighting with free
concerts, free refreshments, free photos with Santa and gifts for the children. 141 S. First St., 315/592-2474, E-
mail: bostrander@cityoffulton.com. Admission free.

12/8-12/9 Fri-Sat
Oswego. Carmina Burana with nicholasleichterdance, 7:30 pm. Hear these Medieval Latin tales in a
refreshingly modern collaboration. Carl Orff’s musical masterpiece is performed by a chorus of 150 voices from
the college and community, all behind the moving artists of nicholasleichterdance. Leichter’s choreography is a
counterpoint to Carmina Burana that uses a combination of modern, hip-hop, jazz and street dance styles.
Sponsored by ARTSwego. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail:
tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $16/adults, $12/seniors and students, $7/SUNY
Oswego students

12/8-12/10 Fri-Sun
Oswego. Holiday History Shoppe, 3-8pm Fri, 10am-8pm Sat-Sun. Cooperative heritage shop featuring unique
gifts offered by the H. Lee White Marine Museum, Safe Haven Museum, Friends of Fort Ontario, Oswego
County Historical Society, Heritage Foundation and Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce. “A unique
shopping experience.” Canal Commons, 191 W. First St., 315/342-0480, E-mail:
info@hleewhitemarinemuseum.com, www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com. Admission free.
12/8-12/10 Fri-Sun
Oswego. Christmas Tree Sale, hours TBA. Fundraiser to benefit the H. Lee White Marine Museum: buy your
tree in the Historic Maritime District and help preserve local history. H. Lee White Marine Museum and
Oswego Maritime Foundation, W. First St. Pier, 315/342-0480, E-mail: info@hleewhitemarinemuseum.com,
www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com. Admission free.

12/9 Sat
Oswego. A Very Tuba Christmas, 3-5pm. Hear your favorite Christmas classics in all their deep robust glory.
Sponsored by the SUNY Oswego Music Dept.. Foyer/Lobby Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2130, E-
mail: lavallee@oswego.edu. Admission free.

12/10 Sun
Oswego. Nutcracker Ballet, time TBA. Performed by Ballet for Young Audiences, a professional troupe from
NYC; rendition of the classic ballet. Sponsored by the Children’s Board of Oswego. Faust Theater, Oswego
High School, Buccaneer Blvd., 315/343-8287. Admission free.

12/10 Sun
Oswego. Annual “Christmas at Sea” Open House, 1-5pm. Traditional holiday decorations, music and
refreshments. Santa arrives by Coast Guard cutter to hear the wishes of attending children. Miniature train
displays courtesy of the Oswego Valley Railroad Association; temporary art exhibit of train related works by
Russell D. Porter. H. Lee White Marine Museum, W. First St. Pier, 315/342-0480, E-mail:
info@hleewhitemarinemuseum.com, www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com. Admission free.

12/10 Sun
Williamstown/Amboy. Feeding Our Feathered Friends, 2-5pm. Program for families includes constructing
evergreen wreaths and decorating them with edible wildlife treats. Sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension
of Oswego County. Amboy 4H Environmental Education Center, 748 NYS Rte. 183, 315/963-7286. Admission
free – registration required.

12/13 Wed
Oswego. Post Card Club of Oswego County Meeting, 7-8:30pm. Members and guests bring in post cards to
buy, sell and trade; members share their collections with attendees. Oswego Post Office, 391 W. First St.,
315/695-5089. Admission free.

12/15 Fri
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Bowmanville, 7pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler
Sts., 973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

12/16 Sat
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Bancroft, 7pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler Sts.,
973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

12/17 Sun
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Trenton, 4pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler Sts.,
973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

12/18 Mon
Hannibal. Holiday Concert, 7:30-8:30pm. Evening of holiday songs presented by the Hannibal Senior High
Band. Hannibal High School, Cayuga St., 315/564-7910, E-mail: sterrino@hannibalcsd.org. Admission free,
please bring a donation for the Hannibal Christmas Bureau.

12/21 Thurs
Oswego. USOswego, 6-9pm. Public dance at a re-creation of a WWII era USO canteen. 17 piece live band
plays swing era music. Elk’s Lodge, 132 W. Fifth St., 315/343-1176, E-mail: dgoodness@twcny.rr.com.
Admission $1.

12/29-12/30 Fri-Sat
Oswego. Pathfinder Bank Oswego Hockey Classic, 4pm. The Oswego State men’s ice hockey team welcomes
three nationally-ranked hockey programs to the newly-opened Oswego State Campus Center Ice Arena for one
of the premier events in Division III hockey. SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2488,
www.oswego.edu/athletics/hockeyclassic. Admission: $6/adults, $3/youth.

12/30-1/1
Boylston. New Year‟s Sled Dog Training Session, 9am-4pm. Meet the mushers and dogs in a relaxed
environment. Sled dog group training; beginners welcome. Sponsored by Pennsylvania Sled Dog Club. CCC
Camp-Winona Forest, Mannsville Rd., 315/298-6679, E-mail: ernernest@yahoo.com,
www.pennsleddogclub.com. Admission free.

January
1/5 Fri
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Bowmanville, 7pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler
Sts., 973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

1/6 Sat
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Wellington, 7pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler
Sts., 973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

1/6 Sat
Oswego. Delaney Brothers Bluegrass, 8pm. A central New York favorite, this bluegrass band celebrates 25
years of music making. Oswego Music Hall, 41 Lake St., 315/342-1733, E-mail:
oswegomusichall@yahoo.com, www.oswegomusichall.org. Admission: $12/adults, $8/members, under 12/half
price.

1/6 Sat
Redfield. Winter Trails, 9am-3pm. A national event offering snowshoeing and cross-country ski
demonstrations, clinics, children’s games, and various competitions. Beginners one-mile ski race. Salmon Hills,
100 Noble Shores Dr. 315/599-7008, www.salmonhills.com. Admission free.

1/13 Sat
Redfield. Poker Run & Bar-B-Q, 9am-6pm. Snowmobile ride with poker run and chicken Bar-B-Q dinner.
Sponsored by Redfield Sno-Rec Club. Redfield Hotel, Co. Rte. 17, 315/599-7724. Admission: $5/ride,
$6.50/dinner.

1/13-1/14 Sat-Sun
Boylston. 13th Annual Tug Hill Challenge, 9am-4pm. Traditional sled dog race; with “kid and mutt dash” –
you bring the kid, we supply the mutt. Sponsored by Pennsylvania Sled Dog Club. CCC Camp-Winona Forest,
Mannsville Rd., 315/298-6679, E-mail: ernernest@yahoo.com, www.pennsleddogclub.com. Race entry fees;
“kid and mutt dash”/spectators admission free.

1/13-1/14 Sat-Sun
Oswego. Oswego Riverfront Winter Carnival, 10am-8pm. The inaugural Riverfront Winter Carnival. A two-
day organized program of festivities, contests, games and revelry. Sponsored by Econo Lodge Inn & Suites,
Best Western Captain’s Quarters, and Oswego Minor Hockey Association. Behind the Econo Lodge Inn along
the Oswego River, 315/343-1600, E-mail: sbroadwell@oswegowfd.com. Admission free.

1/18 Thurs
Oswego. USOswego, 6-9pm. Public dance at a re-creation of a WWII era USO canteen. 17 piece live band
plays swing era music. Elk’s Lodge, 132 W. Fifth St., 315/343-1176, E-mail: dgoodness@twcny.rr.com.
Admission $1.

1/20 Sat
Mannsville. Tug Hill “Try-It” X-C Ski Race, 10:30am. 25/12K classic ski event (citizens’ race and ESG
Qualifier). Registration at Sandy Creek High School. Sponsored by Winona Forest Recreation Association,
315/298-6993, E-mail: raceinfo@winonaforest.com, www.winonaforest.com. Registration $15/$20.

1/20 Sat
Sandy Creek. “Try-It” Race Luncheon, 12noon. Luncheon for community and “Try-It” racers. Sponsored by
the Sandy Creek History Center. 1992 Harwood Dr., 315/387-5456x7, E-mail: historian@sandycreekny.us.
Admission: donation.

1/20 Sat
Oswego. Printmaking, 10am-12noon. No press is necessary to learn how to make your unique monotype prints
with Mary Pierce. Perfect for note cards. Please bring a rolling pin for making prints and a mug and spoon for a
hot beverage. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd., 315/312-7961. Admission: $15 includes materials.

1/20 Sat
Oswego. Nature‟s Story Hour, 1pm. As the seasons change, it is time to gather ’round the warmth of a good
story. An adult must accompany children; unable to accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson
Rd. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

1/20 Sat
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Cobourg, 7pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler Sts.,
973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

1/20 Sat
Oswego. Music Hall Performance, 8pm. Performer TBA. Visit our Web site for details. Oswego Music Hall,
41 Lake St., 315/342-1733, E-mail oswegomusichall@yahoo.com, www.oswegomusichall.org. Admission:
TBA

1/21 Sun
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Wellington, 3pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler
Sts., 973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

1/27 Sat
Oswego. Rice Creek Ramble, 11am. Enjoy a winter hike. An adult must accompany children; unable to
accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

1/31 Wed
Oswego. “Friendship,” 7:30pm. Vincent Mantsoe’s troupe of international dancers draws upon the purest
elements of African dance, abstracts them into new forms and floods the stage with something spellbinding and
totally irresistible. The musical score by composer Anthony Caplan, echoes the dance. Sponsored by
ARTSwego. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu,
www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $22/adults, $18/seniors and students, $7/SUNY Oswego students.

February
2/3 Sat
Phoenix. SNOWBLAST, 10am-4pm. Crafts for kids, snow softball tournament, games, contests, snow
sculpture, craft show, refreshments. Schroeppel Town Hall, 69 Co. Rte. 57A & Chestnut St., 315/695-2801, E-
mail: SchroeppelCS@usadatanet.net. Admission free.

2/3 Sat
Oswego. Warm Up Oswego Festival, 11am-11pm. Oswego’s 2nd annual winter festival. All day events – crazy
costume sled races, warm up fun run, music, fireworks, treasure hunt in the snow, hot & spicy food, downtown
scavenger hunt, salsa dancing and more. Downtown venues, YMCA, and Oswego Armory, 315/343-1981, E-
mail: deana@oswegoymca.org, www.warmuposwego.com. Admission free: fees charged for gala, food, and
entry fees for some events.

2/3 Sat
Boylston. 27th Annual Tug Hill Tourathon X-C Ski Race, 9am. 50/25/15/k Classic Citizens Race and
NYSSRA Point Series Race. Registration at Sandy Creek High School, Friday 2/2/07 and Saturday 2/3/07.
Sponsored by Winona Forest Recreation Association. Winona State Forest, 315/298-6993, E-mail:
raceinfo@winonaforest.com, www.winonaforest.com. Registration: sliding scale, $40-$50.

2/3 Sat
Oswego. Don Conoscenti, 8pm. Exploring the landscape of storytelling, this critically acclaimed songwriter
fuses styles that include rock, jazz, blues, folk, and funk. Oswego Music Hall, 41 Lake St., 315/342-1733, E-
mail oswegomusichall@yahoo.com, www.oswegomusichall.org. Admission: $12/adults, $8/members.

2/4 Sun
Oswego. Oswego Admirals Junior „A‟ Hockey vs. Port Hope, 4pm. Crisafulli Arena, E. Ninth and Schuyler
Sts., 973/615-3974, E-mail: info@oswegoadmirals.com, www.oswegoadmirals.com. Admission: $3/adults,
$2/students and seniors.

2/9-2/10 Fri-Sat
Oswego. Musical Theatre “I Do, I Do,” 8-10:30pm. Written as a “Valentine to Marriage” this two-character
musical celebrates 50 years in the life of a typical couple at the turn of the century, offering a tuneful look at the
ordinary, yet not so simple, facts of married life. Port City Theatre, W. 4th and Mohawk Sts., 315/598-8812 for
reservations, E-mail: nfox7070@yahoo.com. Admission: $12/adults, $10/seniors.

2/10 Sat
Oswego. Rice Creek Ramble, 11am. Enjoy a winter hike. An adult must accompany children; unable to
accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

2/11 Sun
Pulaski. Valentine‟s Day Sweet Indulgence Party, 1-3pm. Delicious desserts, candy and punch with an art
exhibition. Salmon River Fine Arts Center, 19 Lake St. 315/298-7007. Admission $5.

2/14 Wed
Oswego. Ke-nekt‟ Chamber Music Series: Devils, Soldiers, and Souls, 7:30pm. Temptation, satanic pacts, and
eternal damnation are recurrent themes in the Faustian legends of the Middle Ages. Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du
Soldat recalls an innocent and careless military deserter who falls into the Devil’s clutch. Let yourself be
tempted by Mark Cole’s full staging of L’histoire and Lieder with guest artists Todd Graber and Janet Brown.
Sponsored by ARTSwego. Sheldon Hall Ballroom, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail:
tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $15/adults, $10/seniors and students, $7/SUNY
Oswego students.

2/15 Thurs
Oswego. USOswego, 6-9pm. Public dance at a re-creation of a WWII era USO canteen. 17 piece live band
plays swing era music. Elk’s Lodge, 132 W. Fifth St., 315/343-1176, E-mail: dgoodness@twcny.rr.com.
Admission $1.

2/16-2/18 Fri-Sun
Oswego. Musical Theatre “I Do, I Do,” 8-10:30pm Fri-Sat, 3-5:30pm Sun. See Feb. 9-10 listing.

2/17 Sat
Oswego. Softball in the Snow, 9am-? Family fun, single elimination softball games. Co-ed teams, unlimited
number of people on a team, no age limit. Free food including pizza, baked goods and coffee. Sponsored by
Oswego County Area 29 Special Olympics. Registration at Leighton Elementary School, One Buccaneer Blvd.,
event at Leighton and Oswego High School fields. 315/342-1899 or 315/342-4541, E-mail:
TCPullen@twcny.rr.com. Registration: $10/player.

2/17 Sat
Oswego. North Country Hawks, 8am-7:30pm. Come enjoy winter birding at its best and enjoy the winter
scenery. The area is active at this season with arctic birds and local raptors that are hard to see elsewhere. For
this van tour with Gerry Smith, wear warm wind/water resistant winter clothing, bring binoculars if you can,
and your lunch. Program is not suitable for children. Pre-registration and payment are required before
1/30/2007. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd., 315/312-7961. Admission: $50 includes transportation.

2/17 Sat
Oswego. Nature‟s Story Hour, 1pm. As the seasons change, it is time to gather ’round the warmth of a good
story. An adult must accompany children; unable to accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson
Rd. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

2/17 Sat
Oswego. Jim‟s Big Ego, 8pm. Hailing from Boston, Jim’s Big Ego has carved a unique place in the music
world by rocking harder, fresher, louder and sweeter. Oswego Music Hall, 41 Lake St., 315/342-1733, E-mail
oswegomusichall@yahoo.com, www.oswegomusichall.org. Admission: $14/adults, $10/members, under
12/half price.

2/21 Wed
Oswego. James Burke, 8pm. The popular TV host, scientist, and historian talks about “Technology, Change
and the Arts” in a provocative look at the serendipitous process by which scientific and technological
innovation brings about social change. Sponsored by ARTSwego. Hewitt Union Ballroom, SUNY Oswego,
315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission free – limited seating; call or e-
mail for ticket.
2/24 Sat
Boylston. Mannsville Quest, 9am-4pm. Northern purebred sled dog mid-distance race, “kid and mutt dash.”
Sponsored by Pennsylvania Sled Dog Club. CCC Camp-Winona Forest, Mannsville Rd., 315/298-6679, E-mail:
ernernest@yahoo.com, www.pennsleddogclub.com. Admission free.

2/24 Sat
Oswego. Rice Creek Ramble, 11am. Enjoy a winter hike. An adult must accompany children; unable to
accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

2/25 Sun
Boylston. Winona Derby, 9am-4pm. Sled dog sprint race, “kid and mutt dash.” Sponsored by Pennsylvania
Sled Dog Club. CCC Camp-Winona Forest, Mannsville Rd., 315/298-6679, E-mail: ernernest@yahoo.com,
www.pennsleddogclub.com. Admission free.

March
3/1-3/2 Thurs-Fri
Hannibal. “Grease,” 7:15-10pm. Students of Hannibal High School bring this 50’s musical to life on stage.
Hannibal High School, Cayuga St., 315/564-7910, E-mail: sterrino@hannibalcsd.org. Admission: $7/adults,
$5/students and seniors.

3/1-3/3 Thurs-Sat
Oswego. Lost In a Viral Paradise, 8-10pm. Created, written and performed by students and faculty from
SUNY Oswego’s art, music and theatre departments in collaboration with Squonk Opera, an internationally
known performance troupe that specializes in interdisciplinary performance projects. A fantastic and dreamlike
blend of cutting edge mixed media, original music, imaginative scenic effects, puppetry and movement.
Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego. 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu,
www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $12/adults, $10/seniors/children, $7/SUNY Oswego students.

3/3 Sat
Oswego. Music Hall Performance TBA, 8pm. Visit our Web site for details. Oswego Music Hall, 41 Lake St.,
315/342-1733, E-mail: oswegomusichall@yahoo.com, www.oswegomusichall.org. Admission: TBA

3/3 Sat
Redfield. “Ski Fest” Slide and Glide Party, 9am-4pm. A former US ski team member will be present; free
mini lessons for beginners, door prizes, entertainment, fun races, great food, snow sculpting for the kids, clinics
and demonstrations. Salmon Hills, 100 Noble Shores Dr. 315/599-7008, www.salmonhills.com. Admission
free.

3/4 Sun
Redfield. Hayloft Pub‟s 5th Annual Antique & Vintage Snowmobile Show, 12noon-2:30pm. Come experience
snowmobiles from the past. Collectors and enthusiasts from all over New York State come to show off their
restored sleds. 410 Co. Rte. 39, 315/599-7669, E-mail: hayloftpub@aol.com, www.TugHillHayloft.com.
Admission free for spectators; small fee to register sleds.

3/7 Wed
Oswego. The Eastman Jazz Trio, 7:30pm. Combining a deep knowledge of the tradition with the courage and
skill to take musical risks, The Eastman Jazz Trio is heralded as “a jazz combo that cooks.” Hosting and playing
with them is SUNY Oswego’s Eric Schmitz. Sponsored by ARTSwego. Sheldon Hall Ballroom, SUNY
Oswego, 315/312-2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $15/adults,
$10/seniors and students, $5/SUNY Oswego students.
3/9-3/11 Fri-Sun
Oswego. Lost In a Viral Paradise, 8-10pm Fri-Sat, 2-4pm Sun. See March 1-3 listing.

3/10 Sat
Oswego. Rice Creek Ramble, 11am. Enjoy a winter hike. An adult must accompany children; unable to
accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

3/10-3/11 Sat-Sun
Redfield. Salmon Hills Skijor and Sled Race, 9am-4pm. Sled dog racing at its best! Season ending race; meet
the dogs and mushers; enter your child in the “kid and mutt dash.” Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Sled Dog
Club. Salmon Hills Outdoor Adventure Center, 100 Noble Shores Dr., 315/298-6679 or 315/599-7008, E-mail:
ernernest@yahoo.com, www.pennsleddogclub.com. Admission free.

3/14 Wed
Oswego. Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, 7:30pm. This vibrant, effervescent 50-member folk ensemble brims
with Hungary’s rich culture and delivers it unreservedly through their authentic dance, lively music and
traditional costuming. Sponsored by ARTSwego. Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego, 315/312-
2141, E-mail: tickets@oswego.edu, www.oswego.edu/arts. Admission: $22/adults, $15/seniors and children/
$7/SUNY Oswego students.

3/15 Thurs
Hannibal. March Madness Concert, 7:30-8:30pm. Celebrate “Music in Our Schools” month by joining the
Hannibal Senior High Band and Chorus for their joint concert.
Hannibal High School, Cayuga St., 315/564-7910, E-mail: sterrino@hannibalcsd.org.
Admission free.

3/15 Thurs
Oswego. USOswego, 6-9pm. Public dance at a re-creation of a WWII era USO canteen. 17 piece live band
plays swing era music. Elk’s Lodge, 132 W. Fifth St., 315/343-1176, E-mail: dgoodness@twcny.rr.com.
Admission $1.

3/17 Sat
Oswego. St. Patrick‟s Day Concert with Searson, 8pm. Celtic band with a contemporary attitude performs at
the American Foundry in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Sponsored by Oswego Music Hall. The American
Foundry, 246 W. Seneca St., 315/342-1733, E-mail: oswegomusichall@yahoo.com,
www.oswegomusichall.org. Admission: $14/adults, $10/members, children under 12/half price.

3/17 Sat
Oswego. Nature‟s Story Hour, 1pm. As the seasons change, it is time to gather ’round the warmth of a good
story. An adult must accompany children; unable to accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson
Rd. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

3/24 Sat
Oswego. Rice Creek Ramble, 11am. Enjoy a winter hike. An adult must accompany children; unable to
accommodate groups. Rice Creek Field Station, Thompson Rd.. 315/312-7961. Admission free.

3/28 Wed
Pulaski. Program, 7:30pm. Pulaski’s Revolutionary War Veterans by Shawn Doyle. Pulaski Historical Society,
3428 Maple Ave., 315/298-4650, E-mail: phspulaski@aol.com. Admission free.
3/31 Sat
Oswego. Sparky and Rhonda Rucker, 8pm. Folk musicians who have performed throughout the U.S. singing
songs and telling stories from the American tradition. Sparky Rucker has been performing for over forty years
and is internationally recognized as a leading folklorist, musician, historian, storyteller, and author. Oswego
Music Hall, 41 Lake St., 315/342-1733, E-mail oswegomusichall@yahoo.com, www.oswegomusichall.org.
Admission: $12/adults, $8/members, under 12/half price.

Ongoing Events

Nov-Dec
11/6-12/15 Daily
Sandy Creek. Children‟s Christmas Tree Event. Children will decorate trees from Nov. 6-10; community will
vote Nov. 13-30; awards and party will be Dec. 5; distribution of trees to the needy from Dec. 11-15. Sandy
Creek History Center, 1992 Harwood Dr., 315/387-5456 x7, E-mail: historian@sandycreekny.us. Admission
free.

Nov-Dec, Feb-March dates TBA
Oswego. Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, doors open 6pm, dinner and show 7-9pm. Bright Star Productionz
is calling all amateur gumshoes and sleuths alike for an evening of suspense, drama, intrigue, murder, mayhem,
comedy and cuisine. Murder mystery with fast-paced comedy where you are seated right in the middle of the
action. Bridie Manor, 1830 Bridie Square, 315/963-3820, E-mail: Laura@brightstarproductionz.com,
www.brightstarproductionz.com. Admission $32.

Nov-March Wed
Hannibal. After School at the Library Program, 3:45-4:45pm. Crafts, games, use of the library and snacks for
grades K-6. Hannibal Free Library, Oswego St., 315/564-5471. Admission: donations.

Nov-March Tues & Thurs
Hannibal. Story Hour, 10-11am. Stories, crafts and songs for preschool age children. Hannibal Free Library,
Oswego St., 315/564-5471. Admission: donations.

Nov-April
Oswego. “Write Away!” & “Art & History Rule!” Two unique contests for Oswego County students. Students
visit the museum sometime before April 30, 2007 to tour the exhibits and prepare a story, poem, essay or
artwork inspired by some particular theme, exhibit or artifact. Entries must be original and prepared by the
entrant during, and specifically for, the contest. Cash prizes of $25, $50 and $100 for the three best entries in
each of three grade categories in each contest. Grades 1-3 will be awarded special non-competitive gifts for
participating in the art contest only. Contest rules are available at the museum and posted on the Web site,
www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com. H. Lee White Marine Museum, W. First St. Pier, 315/342-0480, E-mail:
info@hleewhitemarinemuseum.com. Admission free.