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Community Events Week of June 30th - July 6th

Sunday, June 30th 

  • CROGHAN-100 Target Sporting Clays June 30th at Beaver River Fish & Game Club, Bush Rd. Croghan Sign ups start at 8 am and shooting starts at 9 am.  Cost is $30 per person and the kitchen will be open for food!
  • OCEOLA-Journey Across the USA with the Oswego Valley Fiddlers, On June 30, 2024, the North American Fiddlers Hall of Fame and Museum will welcome the Oswego Valley Fiddlers Chapter (OVF) of the NYS Old Tyme Fiddlers Association (nysotfa).  The chapter will lead us on a “Journey Across the USA” during the 2:00-5:00 pm FREE concert at 1121 Comins Road in Osceola NY.   The Oswego Valley Chapter invites their audiences to sing along, play spoons, dance, guess the states and just have fun!  There will be seating in the audience reserved for players who wish to play along with OVF’s concert. There is also an opportunity during the Chapter’s break from 3:00-4:00 pm for the audience to “Jam.” The Museum site includes a Pavilion which may be enclosed in case of inclement weather, a dance floor, a brick patio with picnic tables, and an adjacent children’s play area. The Museum and Hall of Fame are FREE and open during concerts. There is FREE parking on the left side of the shared driveway.  The site is smoke-free, drug-free, and pet-free.  The Fiddler’s Kitchen offers pre-packaged snacks.  For further information: www.nysotfa.com or Facebook: New York State Old Tyme Fiddlers Assn. The Sunday Concert Series is made possible by the NYS Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the NYS Governor and the NYS Legislature.
  • OLD FORGE-The Adirondack Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets tomorrow and every Sunday at 5:30pm at the Niccoll’s Memorial Presbyterian church in Old Forge

Monday, July 1st

  • LOWVILLE-Lego Club at Lowville Free Library July 1st from 10-11:30 am! Come for part or all of the time to play with our Legos and Duplos. All youth ages 2 and up are welcome! Extra baseplates will be available for youth who want to enter Lewis County Fair’s Lego Exhibit–details at https://lowvillefreelibrary.org/lego2024/.  
  • PORT LEYDEN-The Port Leyden Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Monday at 7:30PM at the Port Leyden Fire Hall

Tuesday, July 2nd

  • BOONVILLE-July 2nd through August 1st Dodge Pratt Northam's summer youth art classes for ages 5-15 will begin on July 2 and will run on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday until August 1. The theme this year is botanicals, and registration forms are available on DPN's website at dpnboonville.org, or by visiting the Center. Call 315-942-5133 or visit dpnboonville.org for more info.
  • OLD FORGE-On Tuesday, July 2, at 4 pm, the Old Forge Library's Music in the Gazebo series will feature The Dovetones. The Utica area based trio features familiar tunes from the 1920s to the 1960s. They showcase vintage "hot jazz," Prohibition era jazz, and original jazz-based music. You'll also hear selections from The Great American Songbook and swing standards from Irving Berlin, to Cab Calloway, plus Fats Waller to Frank Sinatra. Classic blues and rock-n-roll from Elvis Presley to Carl Perkins are on their play list, as well as ska-classics from The Blues Busters and Bob Marley and The Wailers. Jerry Dee plays upright bass and sings for The Dovetones. He is joined by Devin Garramone on tenor sax, and Jay Barady on mandolin. The large lawn area surrounding the library gazebo offers the opportunity to spread out and enjoy this free, family-friendly entertainment. Listeners are asked to bring their own blanket or folding chair. In case of inclement weather, the audience is invited to sit under the big tent on the lawn. The Friends of the Old Forge Library will offer a used "book mart" during each Tuesday concert if weather permits. Listeners are invited to stop by their booth and load up on used books, dvds, puzzles and more. Donations are appreciated. The concerts are always free to attend. Dancing IS ALWAYS ENCOURAGED
  • LOWVILLE-Village of Lowville presents Music in the Park 2024 at Veterans Memorial Park on Parkway Drive, behind the fire hall. Tuesday, July 2nd at 6 pm, Fritz’s Polka Band will play.  In case of rain, the bands will perform at the fairgrounds pavilion.  Please bring your own seating.  Smoking and alcohol are strictly prohibited.   

Wednesday, July 3rd

  • LOWVILLE-Narcotics Anonymous meets every Wednesday at 7PM at 5520 Jackson Street in Lowville. Please use side entrance.
  • PROSPECT- The Sobriety By the Dam group of Alcoholics Anonymous Meets every Wednesday at 7:30PM at the Park United Methodist Church in Prospect.
  • LYONS FALLS-The Lyons Falls Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Wednesday at the Forest Presbyterian Church at 7:30PM

Thursday, July 4th

  • TURIN-The Village of Turin and surrounding communities to have their annual July 4th parade at 11:00 AM.  The Village will once again have a small quick parade starting on West Main Street and cross over to East Main Street starting at 11:00 am ending at the south Lewis school.
  • BARNEVELD-The Barneveld Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Thursday at St. David’s Episcopal Church at 7:30p
  • BOONVILLE-ToePath Trekkers weekly run and walks are on Thursdays at 6:30 pm. They meet in the Lansing Pavilion in Erwin Park and run and walk the towpath, followed by social time after. Hot dogs and water are provided. 

Friday, July 5th

  • BOONVILLE-Friday, July 5th, and every Friday through the end of August is Boonville Community Harvest Farmers Market from 2-7pm at the Elks Lodge in Boonville. 
  • TURIN-The Catskill Puppet Theater will return to Turin on Friday, July 5th at 6:00. Turin FireHall  or park area.  They will be presenting Sister Rain and Brother Sun, a fun interactive musical show for all ages  Visit www.catskillpuppettheater for reviews or descriptions of the award winning show. They will also have free ice cream afterwards while people are invited to try and work the puppets.
  • OLD FORGE-A Local Art exhibit will be on display through July 27th at the Old Forge Library during library hours with an opening reception to be held in conjunction with the local First Friday Artwalk on Friday July 5th from 5-7 pm.
  • BOONVILLE-The Village of Boonville will be hosting a band concert featuring the band Plane Jane and a fireworks show by American Fireworks on Friday, July 5th. The band will kick off the festivities at 6PM and the fireworks show will begin at dusk.  Don't forget:  the splash pad, playgrounds, tennis, basketball, volleyball courts and walking trail are available for your enjoyment!!  So come on out and enjoy a great evening of entertainment for young and old alike!Vendors will also be available in the park selling their tasty treats.   Vendors may register for a vendor's permit at the Village Offices, Monday - Friday, 8AM - 4PM. 
  • OLD FORGE-The Adirondack Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Friday at 9:00 am at the Niccoll’s Memorial Presbyterian church in Old Forge
  • BOONVILLE-The Boonville Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Friday at 7:30PM at the Boonville Baptist Church.

Saturday, July 6th 

  • LOWVILLE-Saturday, July 6th, Rock Painting at the Lowville Free Library from 10 am til noon.  Drop in to paint rocks! Make a rock to take with you AND make one to leave at the library to add to our summer rock snake.  All welcome, event free!
  • BOONVILLE-Saturday, July 6th.  Chicken BBQ 13190 State Route 12to benefit the Adirondack Boys Basketball program.  10 am til gone.  $8 per half, $13 per dinner.  Dinner includes mac salad, baked beans, and dinner roll. 
  • LYONS FALLS-Lyons Falls ALIVE Annual Festival will be held this year on July 6th at the Riverside Community Park. The Festival is a free family event culminating with live music and fireworks in the evening!  The parade will begin at noon on Markham Street and will wend its way to the Park. Line-up will be at 11:15 a.m. The Lyons Falls Library, 3918 High Street, is offering free stickers and kids' activities during the Lyons Falls Festival, Saturday July 6th. For more information or to sign up to be in the parade, please contact Chris Chaufty at 315-766-6897 or Virginia Fitzgerald at 315-513-4510. Other events of the day include the Lyons Falls Firemen will have a BBQ and other picnic foods up until 3 p.m. Food trucks will take over from that time until the fireworks at dusk. There will be a Community Service Award, giant car show on the field, , games for kids, face painting, bake walk, basket auction, live bands and much more. There will be 2 bands performing music throughout the afternoon and early evening. At dusk, the giant fireworks will begin.  SHORT VERSION  LYONS FALLS-Lyons Falls ALIVE Annual Festival is July 6th at the Riverside Community Park. The Festival is a free family event culminating with live music and fireworks in the evening!  The parade will begin at noon on Markham Street and will wend its way to the Park. Line-up will be at 11:15 a.m. 
  • OLD FORGE-The Adirondack Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Saturday at 8PM in the Niccoll’s Memorial Presbyterian church in Old Forge

Ongoing

 

  • OLD FORGE-Star Livingstone will lead the Old Forge Library's 2024 Summer Writers Workshop. The 5-session workshop will take place on Wednesdays, July 3 through July 31 at 5:45 pm. Enrollment is limited to 15 participants and participants are asked to attend all 4 sessions. This fills up fast to call or email to reserve your spot! This 42 year tradition is a summer favorite. The workshop welcomes all levels of writing experience and all genres. The workshop title is "Playing with Words", in keeping with the Old Forge Library's summer themes of lightness and fun. Registrants are requested to come to the first meeting bringing a brief sample of a favorite piece of writing by any author. Star Livingstone, writer, naturalist, and educator has enjoyed an eclectic career sharing the challenge and mystery of language through teaching, tutoring, editing, leading writing groups, and creating poetry workshops for both adults and children. She has directed the West Falmouth library summer science school, the Easton Day Camp in Massachusetts, and shared her tree stories with the combined Falmouth schools' Arbor Day assembly. Star has long been involved with the Old Forge Library Poetry Contest both as a poetry judge and as the leader, for several years, of the pre-contest adult workshop. Star finds inspiration from both the natural world and human nature and, personally, finds poetry the most useful way to express the experience of being. She is the author of Harley, an early reader book and true story. She practices the principles of permaculture and poetry on a two-acre homestead in Woodgate, New York. Weekly workshops will culminate in a public open mic where participants and others can share polished work. The Open Mic Night is scheduled for Wednesday August 7 at 6 pm. The public is invited to come and listen to our local writers. Registrants are asked to attend all sessions. Please call the library at 315 369-6008 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register.
  • LOWVILLE-Join us for a weekly storytime, Smiling Stories, on Tuesday mornings at 11 am with books, songs, movement, and crafts! We start each morning with 10-15 minutes of playtime, then read together, do some movement and interactive fun, and finish up with another activity like a craft or game. 
  • CAMDEN-Osceola Public Library is accepting Book Donations June 21 - August 2, 2024 to go towards our book sale in August. We will not accept textbooks or magazines! Drop off your donations during our library's hours Wed, Thurs, and Fridays 3-7pm. Please DO NOT leave your donations outside or in our book drop!!! You can contact us @ 2117 N. Osceola Rd Camden, NY 13316, Phone #: 315-599-7122 and Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • BOONVILLE-Summer Story Hour with Mrs. Hannah begins Tuesday, July 9th at 10am at the Erwin Library in Boonville. Every Tuesday Mrs. Hannah will read a specially picked story, have a fun craft, and delicious snack! Children of all ages can come enjoy the fun! Cost: FREE
  • OLD FORGE-Wednesday night Craft Get-Togethers at the Old Forge Library continue on most Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 pm 
  • Free Community Dinner at New Covenant Christian Community Church in Port Leyden on the first Wednesday of each month from 4:30 to 6 PM and community prayer at 6:30 PM 
  • BOONVILLE-North Country Proudly Honors will have banners on display on poles throughout the Village from Memorial Day through Veterans Day. 
  • BOONVILLE-Boonville Community Harvest Farmers Market is every Friday from June 14th through August 30th from 2-7pm at the Elks Lodge in Boonville. 
  • BOONVILLE-Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce Farmer’s Market is every Thursday from June 22nd through October 5th from noon til 6pm at Erwin Park. 
  • BOONVILLE-July 2nd through August 1st Dodge Pratt Northam's summer youth art classes for ages 5-15 will begin on July 2 and will run on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday until August 1. The theme this year is botanicals, and registration forms are available on DPN's website at dpnboonville.org, or by visiting the Center. Call 315-942-5133 or visit dpnboonville.org for more info.
  • BOONVILLE-ToePath Trekkers weekly run and walks are on Thursdays at 6:30 pm. They meet in the Lansing Pavilion in Erwin Park and run and walk the towpath, followed by social time after. Hot dogs and water are provided. 
  • CONSTABLEVILLE–Join us at Constable Hall for a delightful high tea experience! Enjoy a leisurely summer afternoon, taking in the beautiful surroundings, with a cup of tea. High tea will be served every Sunday from 1-4 PM until the end of the season (excluding Father's Day). Be sure to come back and explore different themed teas throughout the season. We can't wait to welcome you to the veranda!
  • CONSTABLEVILLE-The Constable Hall Association is excited to announce a special exhibit for the 2024 season, "Out of the Box- Clothing and Textiles of the Time". This exhibit will feature displays of clothing, textiles, and quilts, some of which have never been seen by the public before and will be on display through July 7th. 
  • BOONVILLE-The Village of Boonville is launching an Open Call for Project Proposals to be considered by the Local Planning Committee for potential inclusion in the Village's NY Forward Strategic Investment Plan. Eligible project types include public improvement projects, new development or rehabilitation of downtown buildings, façade enhancements or small-scale building renovations, and branding and marketing initiatives for downtown. Proposed projects must be located within the Village of Boonville's NY Forward boundary, be able to break ground within two years of receiving funding, have financing largely in place, and be sponsored by a public, non-profit, or private entity with the legal authority to undertake the project. Proposed projects located near or adjacent to the Boonville NY Forward boundary will also be considered if a statement of justification is provided. The Open Call for Project Proposals opens on June 3, 2024 and will close on August 1, 2024 at 5PM. Applications may be submitted to the Boonville Village Hall or by mail and must be received or postmarked by 5PM on August 1, 2024 to be considered. Interested project sponsors may access the application form online at www.BoonvilleForward.org. Hard copies of the application are also available at the Boonville Village Hall at 13149 NY-12 and at the Erwin Public Library, 104 Schuyler Street in Boonville. The Village's project consultant, Laberge Group, will hold office hours onJuly 18th from 4-8 pm, to assist potential project sponsors with their applications. Additional technical assistance will be offered through virtual appointments. To schedule an appointment, visit the NY Forward website at www.BoonvilleForward.org. Team members will also be available  to answer questions about the Open Call for Projects Form on June 20th at the Farmers Market at Erwin Park from 12:30 to 3:30. For more information please contact: Judith Dellerba, Mayor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (315) 338-2880 ext. 4 Lisa Kaiding, Village Treasurer and Grants Administrator This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (315) 338-2880 ext.5
  • OLD FORGE-The Old Forge Farmers Market will be held in the parking lot of the George Hiltebrant Recreation Center, 201 North Street.  The Old Forge Farmers Market (OFFM) will be held every Friday starting June 21st through October 11th, rain or shine, and operates from 1 pm until 5 pm. Parking is plentiful. For information on the Old Forge Farmers Market, please contact LivingADK at 315.369.3353 or follow the Old Forge Farmers Market on Facebook & Instagram. Hope to see you there!
  • OLD FORGE-Old Forge Library seeks "Local ART" entries, Reception July 5th The Old Forge Library is calling area artists to submit to Local ART, an open exhibit featuring 2-D artwork in any media. Artists may submit photography, oil paintings, acrylics, water media, pastel, mixed media, collage, printmaking, quilting and drawing.The exhibit will be on display through July 27 during library hours with an opening reception to be held in conjunction with the local First Friday Artwalk on July 5 from 5-7 pm. Library director and gallery owner, Linda Weal said, "We love to celebrate the arts community and our amazing local creativity. Our arts scene is diverse - all ages, all media, all levels of experience. Art is fun and art is for everyone!" She also explained that this is a great opportunity for beginners, students and youth. "The library is friendly and we welcome everyone who would like to participate. It is inspired by our community's first local art shows that Mirnie Kashiwa established in the 50s," she said. The Old Forge Library hosts a variety of art exhibitions throughout the year, primarily from local artists, and supports the creative spirit in all of us. Call the library or email for information about library exhibits 315-369-6008 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • LOWVILLE-Village of Lowville presents Music in the Park 2024 at Veterans Memorial Park on Parkway Drive, behind the fire hall. All concerts begin at 6 pm.  In case of rain, the bands will perform at the fairgrounds pavilion.  Please bring your own seating.  Smoking and alcohol are strictly prohibited.   Tuesdays
  • The South Lewis Senior High School has promoted a new program, the FFA Alumni and Supporters group. This group was established to support the local South Lewis FFA chapter. We encourage past FFA members or anyone who supports FFA to join. Our first fundraiser will be a can and bottle drive that will run from July 4th to August 4th. Donations can be placed on the wagon at the Christian Community Center in Turin.

Next week, July 7th - July 13th

  • PORT LEYDEN-2024 Illumination Yoga Festival The Illumination Yoga Festival is a celebration of community and wellness. Together we will enjoy a high vibration day of yoga classes, somatic experiences, delicious food, shopping, and prizes. Join us on Sunday July 7th from 10 AM to 3:30 PM at the picturesque Hayloft at Moon Shine Farm. 100% of net proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to local organizations that shine a light on our community. Learn more and register for this event on Kelpytownkove.com on the events tab. Lets Illuminate!
  • OSCEOLA-Bluegrass Music will fill the Pavilion at the North American Fiddler Hall of Fame and Museum site at 1121 Comins Road in Osceola on Sunday, July 7th from 2:00-5:00 pm.  Grass Rootz, the Community Band of the Mohawk Valley Bluegrass Association (MVBGA), will share their Bluegrass and Traditional music at the FREE concert.
  • CONSTABLEVILLE–Join us at Constable Hall on Sunday, July 7th for an unforgettable afternoon in our stunning garden. Immerse yourself in the captivating music of Joni Mitchell, performed by the incredibly talented Loraine O'Donnell. Sip on a glass of wine, available for a donation, as you enjoy the music and the company of friends in this iconic setting. Take a break from your hectic schedule and unwind in the tranquil surroundings of Constable Hall. Let yourself be swept away by the history and beauty of this historic location. This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of Gentry Realty, a Friend of the Hall. Don't miss this opportunity to relax, unwind and make memories in the ambiance of Constable Hall. We look forward to welcoming you to this special event and creating lasting memories together. See you there!
  • LOWVILLE-Lego Club at Lowville Free Library Monday, July 8th from 10-11:30 am! Come for part or all of the time to play with our Legos and Duplos. All youth ages 2 and up are welcome! Extra baseplates will be available for youth who want to enter Lewis County Fair’s Lego Exhibit–details at https://lowvillefreelibrary.org/lego2024/. 
  • LYONS FALLS-The Moose River Fish & Game Club will be hosting a membership potluck meeting Monday, July 8th at 6pm. Come join the club for a delicious meal, get updates on news and events and get your membership if you haven' already! The meeting will be held at the club on David Bridge Road in Lyons Falls the second Monday of July due to the holiday week, so come join us Monday July 8th at 6pm! Please call Sarah at 315-404-5571 with any questions.
  • BOONVILLE-The Committee of the Heather Hutchinson Memorial Autism Walk are having a ribbon cutting of Heddy’s Haven, a sensory retreat at the Oneida County Fairgrounds on July 8th at 6:30 pm. This structure will be used for people with sensory sensitivity.  Please RSVP to Lucrezia Johnson by Saturday, July 6th.  
  • BOONVILLE-The Town of Boonville will have a Board meeting on Monday, July 8th at 7pm in the Town Board Meeting Room.
  • BOONVILLE-Summer Story Hour with Mrs. Hannah begins Tuesday, July 9th at 10am at the Erwin Library in Boonville. Every Tuesday Mrs. Hannah will read a specially picked story, have a fun craft, and delicious snack! Children of all ages can come enjoy the fun! Cost: FREE
  • BOONVILLE-Sign up in person for Food Sense Boonville at 109 Main St (Virtually Yours) on Tuesday, July 9th from 11 am - 3 pm and Wednesday, July 10th from 11:30 am - 3:30 pm.  You can also sign up online at https://foodsense.foodbankcny.org.  The deadline for July’s order is July 15th. pickup is at 200 Post St  July 26th from 12-2pm.  Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/foodsenseboonvilleny
  • BOONVILLE-Tuesday, July 9th, the Village of Boonville will have a Board Meeting at 7 pm at the Village Offices.  
  • LYONSDALE-Tuesday, July 9th, and the 2nd Tuesday of every month, the Town of Lyonsdale will have a Board Meeting at 6:30pm. 
  • LOWVILLE-Village of Lowville presents Music in the Park 2024 at Veterans Memorial Park on Parkway Drive, behind the fire hall. Tuesday, July 9th  at 6 pm, Josh Breen will be featured.  In case of rain, the bands will perform at the fairgrounds pavilion.  Please bring your own seating.  Smoking and alcohol are strictly prohibited.   
  • BOONVILLE-Sign up in person for Food Sense Boonville at 109 Main St (Virtually Yours) on Wednesday, July 10th  from 11:30 am - 3:30 pm.  You can also sign up online at https://foodsense.foodbankcny.org.  The deadline for July’s order is June 15th.  
  • LOWVILLE-Lego Club at Lowville Free Library July 10th from 10-11:30 am! Come for part or all of the time to play with our Legos and Duplos. All youth ages 2 and up are welcome! Extra baseplates will be available for youth who want to enter Lewis County Fair’s Lego Exhibit–details at https://lowvillefreelibrary.org/lego2024/. 
  • CONSTABLEVILLE-Summer Social sponsored by St. Mary's Catholic Church, Constableville, NY at church hall Wednesday, July 10th from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM Food, Fun, Raffles, Cake Walk, Dime Toss and more.
  • LOWVILLE-July 11th Gummy Bear Science at the Lowville Free Library from 11 am -12 pm. Come explore and experiment, all with candy!  All are welcome, free event!
  • BOONVILLE-July 11th at 2pm - The Rev Theatre presents "The Boy Who Cried Wolf": Bring a lawn chair or blanket and join us in Boonville at Erwin Library for an amazing live performance. There will also be food from a local vendor. The show is free and begins at 2pm. All ages welcome!
  • LYONS FALLS-Beginning Thursday, July 11th, The Lyons Falls Library, 3918 High Street, will host a free educational program for teens by The Northern Regional Center for Independent Living (NRCIL)—"What's Good About Teen Anger." The class meets weekly at 3 p.m. on Thursdays through October 31st. Call the Library (315-348-6180) for more information.
  • CONSTABLEVILLE-Join us for Painting at the Hall with The Thirsty Painters! We are excited to welcome Breanne Dale for a painting class on July 12th at 6:00PM. She has created a special piece just for us and will provide all the supplies needed. Bree will guide us through each step to create a beautiful painting. The cost for this event is $40.00 and pre-registration is required as the class is limited to 15 people. Depending on t6he weather, the class will be held outside or in the Servants Quarters at the Hall. To register, please call the Hall at 315-397-2323 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You may also register at The Thirsty Painters website. We hope to see you there!
  • TURIN-Join us for the 12th Annual Hon. John S. Parker Memorial Golf Tournament, for those over 50, hosted by the Constable Hall Association on July 12th, 2024 at Ledges Golf Course. Registration starts at 11:30 am with a shotgun start at 12:30 pm. The format is a two-person Captain and Mate with flights for men women, and co-ed teams. The registration fee is $70 per two-person team and includes nine holes of golf, a cart, raffle prizes and best team scores. To sign up, send a $70 check made payable to Constable Hall Association, Inc. with your team members names, flight, and contact information to Chris Panic at 5963 John Street, Constableville, NY 13325. You can also drop off your completed form and payment at Ledges Golf Course. Advance restrains are welcomed! There will be raffle prizes draw throughout the day, as well as prizes for the best teams, closest to the pin, skins, 50/50 and a $100 lottery "tree" award. Hotdogs will be served at the end of play. All proceeds from the tournament will go towards the preservation of Constable Hall. We hope to see you there. For more information go to https://constablehall.org/events/12th-annual-honorable-john-s-parker-memorial-golf-tournament/
  • BOONVILLE-Friday, July 12th, The Boonville Concert Band is holding a concert at Erwin Park in Boonville in the lower pavilion at 7pm. 
  • CONSTABLEVILLE-Join us for the 12th Annual Hon. John S. Parker Memorial Golf Tournament, for those over 50, hosted by the Constable Hall Association on July 12th, 2024 at Ledges Golf Course. Registration starts at 11:30 am with a shotgun start at 12:30 pm. The format is a two-person Captain and Mate with flights for men women, and co-ed teams. The registration fee is $70 per two-person team and includes nine holes of golf, a cart, raffle prizes and best team scores. To sign up, send a $70 check made payable to Constable Hall Association, Inc. with your team members names, flight, and contact information to Chris Panic at 5963 John Street, Constableville, NY 13325. You can also drop off your completed form and payment at Ledges Golf Course. Advance restrains are welcomed! There will be raffle prizes draw throughout the day, as well as prizes for the best teams, closest to the pin, skins, 50/50 and a $100 lottery "tree" award. Hotdogs will be served at the end of play. All proceeds from the tournament will go towards the preservation of Constable Hall. We hope to see you there. For more information go to https://constablehall.org/events/12th-annual-honorable-john-s-parker-memorial-golf-tournament/
  • LYONS FALLS-On Saturday July 13th at 10 a.m. the Lyons Falls Library, 3918 High Street, is hosting a "Superhero Story Time" with Trish Michael, local author of "I Feel Super." Come dressed as your favorite hero!
  • LOWVILLE-Lowville Free Library is having a Tie Dye Event, Tie Dye Your Way, on July 13th from 10 am til noon.  Drop in for a tie dye day! Bring your own item or two–t-shirt, socks, bandana, etc–and we’ll have the dye and designs!  Free event!
  • BOONVILLE-Benefit Chicken BBQ for Jack Kronewitter. Jack works at the BoonvilleTransfer site and is recovering from liver cancer surgery and could use some help paying his bills. It will be at Crill's Service Center on July 13 at 11am. Meals is 1/2 chicken with macaroni salad, baked bean and a roll for 15 dollars. Donations are welcomed on site.
  • WEST LEYDEN-Community Trunk Sale in West Leyden The Reformed Church, located at 1195 State Rt. 26, West Leyden, NY 13489, is sponsoring a Community Trunk Sale on Saturday, July 13th, from 10 am to 4 pm. In addition to the trunk sale, there will be a bake sale, basket raffle, free ice cream sundaes, mission raffle tickets, cookbooks, fabric, yarn, and collectibles for sale. The Basket Raffle drawing will be at 4 pm. The proceeds will be used for the church fuel fund.
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