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Dear Members,

 

This weekend we honor Flag Day and recognize in this celebration our Armed Forces and Veterans who have served abroad. We also wish all our members a Happy Father’s Day!

2014 Oneonta Elks Lodge 1312 Community Open House

Saturday June 14, 2014

84 Chestnut Street, Oneonta, NY 13820
Community Open House from 1:00 pm – 4 pm  

(Flag Raising Ceremony at 4:00p.m. by the American Legion Post 259)

 

The Oneonta Elks, is pleased to be celebrating their 100th Anniversary with a Flag raising ceremony and Community Open House on Saturday June 14, 2014 at the Oneonta Elks Lodge.  Lunch will be provided- small donation appreciated to benefit Elks Programs. The open house will run from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. With tours of the lodge.

 
Join us for an Eye Opener Breakfast at maurices on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 8:30 am

Located in the Southside Mall in Oneonta, maurices offers fashion that is real, fresh and fun.  Denim to dressy.  Work week to weekend.  Find the clothes that speak to you.  Rsvp to Shelly Giangrant, Vice President Member Services at [email protected] or by calling (607) 432-4500 ext. 207

 

 

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cid:image004.png@01CF8714.97DAAC60cid:image006.png@01CF8714.97DAAC60Cooperstown Lakefront Concert Series Kicks off June 24

A variety of music every Tuesday evening starting June 24 and July and August

The Cooperstown Lakefront Concert Series kicks off its 10th season in scenic Lakefront Park.  The Village of Cooperstown Parks Commission  will again host the venue for ten grand musical performances.  Area bands and soloists will perform a wide genre of music. The family-oriented concerts are showcased on the historic bandstand,7 p.m. every Tuesday starting June 24 and continuing throughout July and August. . Bring a lawn chair, blanket and your dancing shoes for an activity the entire family will enjoy on a Cooperstown Summer evening on the shore of Otsego Lake.   There is no charge.

 

Leading off the season on Tuesday, June 24 is The Saints Jazz Quintet Plus One.  This concert is in memory of Bertha Mae Clancy as her family requested donations to the Lakefront Concert Series upon her death.  The group includes George M. Ehrmann, trumpet/flugelhorn, leader; Ed Badgley, tenor, sax, clarinet, soprano sax; Museyb Shareef, trombone and vocals;Tommy Zinis, keyboard; Duke Armstrong,  bassist and Kevin Corkery,  percussion.  This is their 26th year and will be performing an eclectic mix of jazz Standards, Dixieland, Blues, Behop, Latin, The Route 20 song, and Vocals.

 

The remainder of the Summer  line up includes:

July 1,  Party of Two

A veritable nightclub on wheels, this duo crosses genres, generations & borders with broad appeal.

 

July 8, Steve Falvo Easy Money Big Band

This sought after, 18-member big band plays music by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Bobby Darin, Sinatra & more.

 

July 15, New Horizons Barbershop Chorus & Full Circle Quartet

Singing a cappella music in barbershop style. Be prepared to have a good time!

 

July 22: Heaven’s Back Door

This acoustic quartet interprets traditional & contemporary blues & jazz along with original compositions.

 

July 29, The Jelly Rolls

An eclectic mix of bluegrass instruments playing all your favorite hippie tunes.

 

August 5, Cooperstown Community Band

Celebrating 153 years performing patriotic marches, Broadway show tunes, dixieland, jazz, themes & favorites!

 

August 12, Dyer Switch Band

This versatile, engaging bluegrass band has a dynamic stage presence that has captivated audiences throughout the Northeast.

 

August 19, Cooperstown Community Band

Celebrating 153 years performing patriotic marches, Broadway show tunes, dixieland, jazz, themes & favorites!

 

August 26, Fritz Henry

Solo singer and guitar offers fun and interactive variety of music for all ages – always a treat!

 

For more information and to receive weekly e-mail concert reminders/updates/cancelations about the Lakefront Concert series contact Rich McCaffery at 547-5256 or [email protected] or the Village of Cooperstown at 547-2411, www.cooperstownny.org.  Special acknowledgement to Central NY Mobile Marketing, www.cnymobilemarketing.com for donating the graphic design for fliers & rack cards.

 

 

 

The Master Gardeners of Otsego County,

The Master Gardeners of Otsego County is a group of volunteers with the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schoharie and Otsego Counties.

 

They were selected as one of 180 gardens across the country to grow the All-American Seed Collection plants for 2014.  Please join them at the following events:

 

Wednesday, July 30, 2014 – Open House Master Gardener All-American Seed Garden

Come visit our garden and see the 2014 AAS selections growing there.

4 – 6 p.m.     Cornell Cooperative Extension, 123 Lake Road, Cooperstown, NY

Refreshments and garden tours   607.547.2536     www.cceschoharie-otsego.org

 

Master Gardener Harvest Luncheon and Silent Auction

Saturday, August 23 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Otesaga Hotel Cooperstown

Speaker: Tim Marten  607.547.2536                     www.cceschoharie-otsego.org

 

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Dairy Day at the Oneonta Farmers’ Market!

 

The Oneonta Farmers’ Market celebrates Dairy Month this Saturday, June 14th at the Main Street Plaza with free tastings of local dairy products including cow and goat milk cheeses by Sherman Hill Farmstead and sample scoops of Stewart’s Shops Ice Cream. Come meet the Otsego County Dairy Princess, find out how to get a tour of your local dairy farm and learn about Upstate New York State dairy farming.  The event is sponsored by Stewart’s Shops.

 

There will be free balloons and activities for children, including a petting corral at the Tauzel Farms vendor booth. The Tauzels will talk about milking and raising dairy cows, and children will have the chance to see and pet a live calf from their farm. Tastings begin at 10:00 am at the manager’s tent, hosted by the Otsego County Dairy Princess who will chat with visitors about history and importance of dairy farming in New York State. Try some spreadable chevre or hard cheeses by Sherman Hill Farmstead’s or a scoop of Stewart’s Shops Ice Cream, made with milk from Upstate New York farms. Local blues singer and guitarist, Mike Herman, will entertain the crowd with his acoustic finger-style blues, playing songs by blues and folk legends from Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan to Son House & Robert Johnson.  With a sound often compared to that of Jorma Kaukonen of Hot Tuna, his performances dish out some of the finest finger-picking you’ll hear in these parts.Music begins at 10am.  Live performances at the farmers’ market are always free of charge to the public.

 

The Oneonta Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday throughout the season from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm at Oneonta’s Main Street Plaza under the white canopies right in front of the Clarion Hotel. Rain or shine! For more information call 607-437-0158, visit www.OneontaFarmersMarket.com, or ‘like’ us on facebook.

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