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Bug Country Celebrates 20 Years in 2015!
Postings for February 17, 2013 Full Month View

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12:00PM 2:30PM 4-H Tack Sale 19th annual Oneida County 4-H Tack Sale at the Verona Fire Hall, Main Street, just off Route 365 in Verona. New & used tack and equipment, vendors, refreshments, new & used clothing, riding apparel. Proceeds benefit the Oneida County 4-H Horse Program. Info.: 315-736-3394, ext. 122.
2:00PM 6:00PM 1st Annual Cabin Fever Winter's here! And so far, there's no show so your kids are stuck indoors. If you're all feeling restless, get out of the house and join us during Winter Break for the first annual Cabin Fever Event at MVCC's Field House. The event is open to everyone.

This is warm winter for the family and includes great activities such as: indoor archery, rain gutter boats, pinewood derby racer competitions; and skill challenges such as knot-tying, first aid, flag etiquette, and leave no trace. We'll also have letter-boxing, cultural exhibits and much more! Food will be available for purchase.

The event will cost $5/child, which includes activities and event patch. Additional cost for pinewood cars and regatta boats. This event is being hosted by the Revolutionary Trail's Council.

Register for the event online at, or by calling the Scout Service Center at 735-4437.
2:00PM 5:00PM F.I.L.M. Series: "Suitcase of Love & Shame" The Hamilton College F.I.L.M. (Forum on Image and Language in Motion) series will present a sneak preview of "Suitcase of Love and Shame" (2012) with director Jane Gillooly. The event includes the screening of the film as well as a discussion with the director. It is free and open to the public. "Suitcase of Love and Shame" began when Gillooly saw an item, advertised under that name, on Ebay. She bought the suitcase and discovered inside it a collection of memorabilia, mostly audio tapes, sent back and forth between two lovers during the early 1960s. These tapes, as re-presented by Gillooly, become a fascinating window into the social realities of late 1950s and early 1960s American culture. Gillooly teaches filmmaking at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. FREE Hamilton College Kirner-Johnson Building, Bradford Auditorium

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