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September 27

You’ve seen him on NBC’s The Voice. You’ve seen him on stage at The Stanley with Ricky Z’s Billy Joel tribute band. He sang the National Anthem at this year’s... 

September 28

Join Barbara Granato as she explains the perks and importance of genealogical research.  Granato will share personal stories and anecdotes to illuminate the benefits of conducting personal research and tracing... 

August 30 – September 30

Solo art exhibit by nature artist Dale Risney, who paints as an Impressionist. He has been painting with oils, watercolors, acrylics and pastels for over three decades. Dale's work is mostly celebrating nature's gift of trees, stumps,... 

September 30

Dana Spiotta is the author of four novels: Innocents and Others, new from Scribner in 2016; Stone Arabia (2011), which was a National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist in fiction,... 

August 30 – September 30

Solo art exhibit by nature artist Dale Risney, who paints as an Impressionist. He has been painting with oils, watercolors, acrylics and pastels for over three decades. Dale's work is mostly celebrating nature's gift of trees, stumps,... 

August 29 – October 7

Fade to Gray features new paintings by SUNY Cortland Alumnus Jaime Brett Treadwell, who currently lives and works in Philadelphia. His vibrant works are imbued with an '80s nostalgia and... 

October 7

Opening reception: Oct. 7th, 6-8 PMGallery hours: Oct. 5-26th, Mondays and Wednesdays, 1-3 PM and Saturday, Oct. 8th 1-3 PMThe exhibition Press & Fold explores the works of sculptors Sara... 

September 16 – October 22

Woe: Globalized Sadness is an exhibition by Argentine artist Juan Cavallero that explores the borderless nature of human desperation and poverty.  In this exhibition, Cavallero uses both photography and video to... 

October 2

Friends of the Zoo invites children of all ages and their favorite teddy bear or plush animal (and their parents) to attend a special Teddy Bear Clinic. Bring your plush... 

October 2

Uticon is a family-friendly, day long celebration of comic books and comics-related pop culture! We have professional comic artists and writers, as well as independent and semi-professional comic book artists... 

October 28

The Palace Theatre Halloween Bash!The Car (1977) - 6:30pm (35mm Film Print)Flash Gordon - 8:30pm (35mm Film Print) Dance Party / Costume Contest - 10pm (cash prizes to top three costumes... 

September 28

Join Barbara Granato as she explains the perks and importance of genealogical research.  Granato will share personal stories and anecdotes to illuminate the benefits of conducting personal research and tracing... 

October 15

Explore the immigration of the Welsh to America by way of their quilts. Wrap yourself up in the history of America as it is seen through the eyes of a quilter.... 

November 12

Commemorating Veteran's Day with tales of courage and humanity in wartime, in conflicts ranging from the Revolution to modern times. Noted storyteller Paul Boehlert will tell the stories of men... 

April 1 – December 31

An exhibition of historic artwork and fanciful coin banks from the collection of Syracuse’s M&T BankApril 1, 2016  to December 31, 2016Syracuse’s main M&T Bank offices house a remarkable collection... 

September 30

Dana Spiotta is the author of four novels: Innocents and Others, new from Scribner in 2016; Stone Arabia (2011), which was a National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist in fiction,... 

October 7

Christie Grimes teaches writing at SUNY Jefferson, and hosts the North Country Writers Festival in Watertown annually, as well as a monthly reading and performance series, First Fridays, in Sackets... 

October 12

On the fourth day of what Lara Naughton thought would be two weeks of bliss in Belize, she was kidnapped and assaulted by a man pretending to be a cabdriver.... 

October 24

OFL welcomes local author, librarian and fellow mystery lover Brian Abbott to facilitate a discussion about the mystery genre. Discover classics of the genre, current trends and how one local... 

September 27

You’ve seen him on NBC’s The Voice. You’ve seen him on stage at The Stanley with Ricky Z’s Billy Joel tribute band. He sang the National Anthem at this year’s... 

October 7

Her lovely voice, impeccable guitar playing, and sensitive song writing make her a star on the rise. She has already received more than two million YouTube views and has recently... 

October 8

A homegrown entity formed in Syracuse, the Ruddy Well Band has emerged as one of Central New York’s premier performing string bands. A finely-crafted combination of dynamic rhythms, tight harmonies,... 

October 9

Featuring local pianists and CMM’s refurbished Steinway pianosin a concert of music from solo to 40 fingers.Music for solo piano, four, six and eight hands, by:Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Casella, Rachmaninoff,... 

November 2

One of America's most beloved dance companies returns to the ARTSwego stage. Sylvia Waters, founding artistic director, received an honorary doctorate from SUNY Oswego in 1996. Her successor Troy Powell... 

November 3 – November 6

"Would you believe that seven police boats are closing in on us right now?" asks Maxwell Smart of the head of KAOS who now holds him captive. When the master... 

November 11 – November 19

When American student Margie Cameron arrives at an archeological dig in Sicily, she revels in the freedom that suburban America can’t provide, but soon learns that she’s also unleashed a passion she can’t... 

November 2 – November 19

A song and dance rollercoaster of rock, R&B, jazz and a whole lotta soul!  With songs like “Hound Dog,” “Fools Fall In Love,” “Stand By Me,” “Jailhouse Rock” and 35... 

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