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Rome Branch of the YMCA and YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley will begin a series of family-focused cooking and craft classes on Thursday, Oct. 13. more
Innovare Advancement Center, 592 Hangar Road, will host Richard J.R. Raleigh Jr., partner with Womble Bond Dickinson, for its next Lunch and Learn series. more
The 57th 4-H Conservation Education Days (CED) were held recently at Delta Lake State Park. more

Hamilton College will present a free lecture by George Washington University Associate Professor of American Studies and Political Science Elisabeth Anker on Thursday, Oct. 20. more
Working out is a year round activity that is truly personalized to your needs and what you can do. Check out the video in the column. more
“Wild & Woodsy ADK,” an exhibit of photography by Tracy Genovese, is on display at the Old Forge Library, 220 Crosby Blvd.  more
The Irish Cultural Center of the Mohawk Valley is hosting a family-friendly Halloween-themed paint and sip class. more
The Broadway Theatre League of Utica presents “Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story” at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16, at the Stanley Theatre. more
“Bros” brings the romantic comedy back to theaters with a solid same-sex twist, which is entirely the point. more
Several local volunteer groups will be helping the Oneida Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution clean headstones at the Old Burying Ground. more
Jervis Public Library will hold a reception after hours for patrons who completed the recent Mid York Library Road Trip. more
ROME Rome Community Theater opens it’s 2022-2023 season with “Annie Get Your Gun.” To open a season the right way, you’ve got to really put on a show and make a show of putting on that show. … more
The Great Pumpkin on display at the Clinton Farmers Market on Thursday, Oct. 6. more
State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47, Rome, announced Thursday that several public libraries in the 47th District will receive state library construction grant funds. more
Gorgeous peak fall colors are expected in the Adirondacks this weekend, with beautiful near-peak leaves to be found throughout most of the Catskills. more
Blaring horns, majestic color guards and spectacular displays of musicianship are promised at the New York State Field Band Conference annual Field Band Championship Show. more
A Rome native hoping to pass on the message that growing up can be messy, and that’s OK, her first published book for teen readers has been released through Amazon’s KDP Publishing. more
View, the center of arts and culture at 3273 Route 28, will host workshops in the coming weeks on needle felting felting and stained glass. more
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. more
Herkimer College will partner with the Frank J. Basloe Library and the Herkimer Historical Society to offer a genealogy course, “Climbing Your Family Tree,” for the beginning family … more
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