Postings for September 13, 2014
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||Kiwanis World Record for Largest Raft of Canoes
||Central Adirondack Kiwanis is partnering with the One Square Mile of Hope Organization to regain the Guinness World Record for the “Largest Raft of Canoes and Kayaks”. For information and registration go to: http://www.onesquaremileofhope.org/index.html.
||Grit N Grace
||Grit N Grace will be performing at Main Street Tavern at 2298 Dewing Ave in Clayville.
||6th Annual Michael Mayne Memorial Ride
||For more info go to www.MichaelMayne.org. The ride starts at St Hwy 51 Memorial Park in Burlington Flats. $20 per driver/$10 per rider- includes lunch and door prizes-proceeds to benefit team Michael Mayne for Sitrins Stars & Stripes run/walk & Sitrins Military Rehab Program- Co sponsored by the Otsego County Red Knights Chapter 44
||Landis Arboretum Fall Plant, Book, and Bake Sale
||Come to the area's best Fall Plant, Book and Bake Sale! Unusual trees, shrubs and perennials for sale. Baked goods. Used books. Educational walking tours on Native Plants and Old Growth Forests. Horticulture experts available to answer your plant questions. Activities, admission and parking FREE
||Mikaylas Breakfast for Hope in New Hartford
||The New Hartford American Legion is hosting Mikayla’s Breakfast For Hope to help raise money for Williams Syndrome at 8616 Clinton Street in New Hartford. The cost for adults is $8, seniors $6 and children $5.
||Harvest Festival at the Farmers' Museum
||A perfect blend of new attractions and trusted favorites make the 36th annual Harvest Festival the most entertaining celebration of fall in the area. Live performances, family activities, crafts, demonstrations, and storytime. Animals are always a large part of Harvest Festival. Take in the whole museum on a horse-drawn wagon ride. Marvel at demonstrations of dog obedience and agility. See cuddly alpacas and watch their agility in an obstacle course. Many artisans show-off their skills; learn from blacksmithing, printing, spinning, and fiber art demonstrations. Harvest Fest includes the chance to help with harvesting potatoes, beans, corn, and hops. Children enjoy agricultural activities that include corn shelling and grinding. They can also enjoy the Children's Barnyard. You'll even watch apples pressed to make fresh cider. An abundance of delicious foods from the season's harvest.
||KICK CANCERS A**
||We are raising monet for cancer support programs offered here at Peaceful Acres Horses. Music will be playing from 1:00 on. Exhibitors and facilitators will offer all guests samples of complementary wellness and health programs - yoga - dance - drumming - exercise - meditation, the list goes on... Can't come but want to donate? make a donation at peacefulacreshorses.com
||My name is Heidi Sprouse and I am a wife, mother, and teacher at Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Central School. For 20 years, I have dedicated my life to helping others realize their potential. Now, I'm trying to do the same for myself. 11 years ago my father died from cancer and I turned to writing. After three years of struggling to find a publisher, my first book, "All the Little Things" was published. Since then, I've gone on to publish "Lightning Can Strike Twice." I write stories about small town men made extraordinary by their actions and circumstances and the women who love them, stories that honor roots, family, and strong values. My mission is to spread the word about my books, prove to my students that they can make their dreams come true, and let adults know it's never too late to write the next chapter in their lives. I'm having a book signing at Mysteries on Main Street in Johnstown.