In preparation for Harborfest 2014, The Oswego Police Department are announcing the following advisories regarding traffic, pedestrian and general information specific to Harborfest scheduled for July 24 – July 27.
Alcoholic Beverages / Open Container Ordinance – Harborfest is designed to be a fun, family oriented event and we ask all those attending Harborfest to be respectful of others enjoying the festival and to act responsibly. The city of Oswego’s Open Container
Ordinance, which prohibits the possession of an open container of an alcoholic beverage in a public place, will be strictly enforced throughout this event.
The Sterling Renaissance Festival this weekend is honoring the oldest beverage in human history! Continue reading
Rosemary Nesbitt was all about children.
She was a master storyteller, turned classic literature into plays for the stage and enchanted generations. Her legacy lives on in her play “The Great Rope,” about a 12-year-old boy named Jonathan. Continue reading
SUNY Oswego’s theatre department is offering a new minor in live event design, which can lead to potential careers in lighting, effects, stage management, makeup, sound design and multimedia to enhance special events of all kinds. Continue reading
“Music in the Park” concerts are continuing through the summer at Henley Park in Phoenix. Continue reading
The SOS (Save Our Students) FEST continues today and tomorrow in Hannibal.
The festival began Friday July 18 and continues July 19 and 20 at Firemen’s Field, Rochester Street.
This is a large three-day Christian music festival with more than 15 bands.
By Ashley M. Casey
Harborfest is coming to your town, and classic rock band Grand Funk Railroad will be there to help you party it down.
Grand Funk is one of numerous acts gracing the stages at Oswego’s 27th Harborfest, which takes place July 24 through 27 on the shore of Lake Ontario. Continue reading