Commerce Chenango is inviting the public to eat, drink and be merry at the Chenango County Wine, Beer and Food Festival. The event is scheduled for Saturday, July 30 at the Chenango County Fairgrounds in Norwich.
After a two year hiatus due to Covid, the Audubon Summer Camps will return this season. There will be two sessions. The July 25-28 session is for children entering grades 3 and 4. And the August 15-18 session is for youngsters entering grades 5 and 6.
NYS is observing the 26th annual Maple Weekend at farms throughout the region. Funded by the state department of Agriculture and Markets, Maple Weekend gives the public an opportunity to learn about the maple sugar making processes.
Energy Smart Hartwick recently kicked off its Electric Vehicle Community Campaign with a webinar. This is the first step in getting the town of Hartwick designated as a Climate Smart Community. The designation will make the town eligible for state clean energy grants.
The American Legion Post 183 in Sidney is calling all riders to come out for the annual Benefits Run Saturday, July 28th. The ride will benefit Operation Comfort Warriors. The American Legion Riders and all participants will meet at the Sidney Veteran's Memorial at River Street and Route 8 where a map will be provided for the ride.
Friday, July 20th, Commerce Chenango will host a bus trip from Norwich to Binghamton to see the, ah hem, Rumble Ponies in action at NYSEG Stadium. They are, of course, the Double A affiliate of the New York Mets (Binghamton Mets sounded SO much better).
Main Street Cooptoberfest and Cooperstown on Tap are just a month away and we've got the list of brews and ciders all lined up and ready for you to sample on Main Street.
Cooperstown's historic Main Street will shut down for the day on October 10 to feature family friendly activities, games, and vendors during the day with "Main Street Cooptoberfest" organized by the Cooperstown Chamber