Little Utica United Methodist Church will have a free kids’ dinner and movie night at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1.
The dinner menu consists of hot dogs, macaroni and cheese and pizza. There will also be chips and dip and cookies for dessert.
Following dinner will be a popular G rated movie that the kids will enjoy.
Little Utica United Methodist Church is located on Lamson Road, heading west off Route 48, just past the intersection of Lamson Road and East Mud Lake Road.
For more information, call the church at 678-2270 or visit the church’s website at
littleuticaumc.org or their Facebook page.
Trinity United Methodist Church, 45 E. Utica St., Oswego, will serve a dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 3.
The menu this time will be hot turkey sandwiches, vegetable, dessert and beverage. Donations are not expected but will be accepted. Call 343-1715 with questions.
The Town of Schroeppel Department of Community Services is offering an Arts and Crafts program for children ages 12 and under from 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Continue reading
The Library Learning Center at the Oswego Public Library is offering a four-part Introduction to Computers workshop from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 6, 13, 20 and 27.
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In his new book, Dr. Alok Kumar, a professor of physics at SUNY Oswego, describes and documents the development of scientific and mathematical concepts in South Asia centuries — and in some cases millennia — before they were rediscovered or adopted in Europe.
The VOW (Victor Orlando Woolson) Foundation has received a $200 grant to help put on the first Oswego County Substance Awareness Family Education Fair from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday Aug. 16 at the Mexico VFW.
Public art — Artist Eric Stein of Huguenot sands imperfections from “Cutter,” one of six large sculptures that have begun rising along heavily used walkways near SUNY Oswego’s Marano Center for a two-year exhibition. “Shape Shifters” by Coral Lambert of SUNY Alfred is at left. In a competitive process, a team of judges from SUNY Oswego selected the works of three more sculptors from New York state and one from Iowa for the public display.
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Two large sculptures recently rose on a maple-shaded triangle of land near the Marano Center at SUNY Oswego.
Art faculty member Benjamin Entner hopes the two-year installation — which ultimately will feature six sculptures — will mark the beginning in a drive for more public art on campus.
This past weekend I had an opportunity to attend a conference on Lake George located on the eastern border of New York state north of Albany.
It was like going home as I had taught about 45 minutes north of there in Ticonderoga and gone to college in Plattsburgh.