Benefit Car Wash
Bring your dirty car to the Car Wash to benefit the Canajoharie Middle School Odyssey of the Mind team. At the Ace Hardware Store in Palatine Bridge. They'll also have a bake sale/food sale.
Bikers For Animals
All motorcycle riders are invited to participate in the first annual "Bikers For Animals" fundraiser for the Stevens-Swan Humane. The 50 mile ride starts in Whitesboro (Grossman’s Bargain Outlet Center) at Noon and ends at the Stittville VFW, where food, beverages and live music from Crooked Keel will be part of the after ride festivities.
Registration starts at 10:30am and the donation is $10 per person or $15 per couple. There will also be a live auction and much more. Proceeds will benefit the work being done at the animal shelter.
Donations for the auction are being accepted and for additional information and details, email HarleySatch@aol.com, call Satch at j (315) 768-8483, visit www.Stevens-Swan.org or call Stevens-Swan at (315) 738-4357 (Pet-Help) x 23. Thank you.
4-H District Public Presentation
4-H Members from Herkimer, Madison, Oneida and Oswego Counties invite you to Tractor Supply in Rome as they participate in 4-H District Public Presentations.
Ask a 4-H alumnus, “Which 4-H experience has served you the best throughout their careers and life?” Hands down the reply will be “Public Speaking”.
Through participation in the 4-H Public Speaking program, youth ages 5-19, learn to express themselves with confidence and skill. Workshops are held throughout the year to aid the members in learning: what makes a talk interesting, how to handle questions from the audience, and how to present yourself so that you project a professional image.
All of the youth participating at Tractor Supply in Rome have completed various levels of competition to reach the 4-H District Event. In the past the District Event was the pinnacle of accomplishment for these participants. This year the 4-H State Event has been resurrected and provides our senior speakers an opportunity to compete against fellow NY State 4-H Members at Cornell on May 18th.
Youth will be speaking on the following topics:
From My Oven to Yours
To Make Doll Furniture
Airplane Parts and How they Work
Eat Grass, Why Pasture Products are Better
How to Make Tacos
Ride and Slide
Black Widow Spider
To Kill a Mockingbird
The Distraction of Daydreams
The Right of the People
Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development programs connect youth to the resources of Cornell University and the land-grant system, strengthening the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and problem-solvers.
Activities and events inspire and shape youth, give them opportunities to master skills, enrich their knowledge, and work with others who can positively influence them.
To become involved in 4-H, contact your local Cornell Cooperative Extension office or visit this website: http://cce.cornell.edu/Youth/Pages/4-HYouthDevelopment.aspx
Mothers Day Luncheon
The Westside Senior Center will be having a Mother's day Luncheon right at the center, to honor the mother's and grandmother's of the community.
Mother's Day Luncheon
717 Court St
Utica, NY 13501
Kielbasa Sandwich with or without Kapusta/Kraut
and Make your own sundae
Please Call for reservations: 315-735-0735
The gift shop will be open for Mother's Day Shopping + Gifts
Solar and Stargazing with MVAS
The Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society (MVAS) will be holding both a Solar and Stargazing event on Sat May 11th 5 PM at the
New Hartford Sherrill Brook Park basketball court, Route 12 S in New Hartford.
Solar observing starts at 5 PM till dusk then Stargazing till 11 PM both clouds permitting.
benefit for mark matreson
Auction, penny auction, raffles, lunch, dinner and dj! Come join the fun. Tickets are 15 for adults, it is at the hc smith benefit club in saint johnsville, if you need more info call 1-315-985-1500
Mayfaire on the Green
Free Admission Renaissance Festival: Three Years and Counting!
Northern Oneida County’s own much-loved renaissance festival, Mayfaire on the Green, will embark on its third year of festivities. Just a few minutes outside of Utica or Rome, the historic Holland Patent Village Green will witness two days of knights in armor, fair maidens, actors and actresses, fire breathers and jugglers, Morris dancers, belly dancers, a dragon, and much more. Because of their commitment to keep the admission free of charge, Parker Publishing and Entertainment is looking for businesses to take advantage of the marketing and branding tie-ins that help fund the entertainers and the various costs in producing the event. The festival also provides important fundraising opportunities for local food pantries and other worthy causes.
Those interested in participating as “Friends of the Faire,” please contact Tim@mayfaireonthegreen.com. Any actors curious about joining the cast, please contact the Merely Players of Upstate NY at firstname.lastname@example.org.