CNY Arts Center announced a new downtown location for the 4th annual Arts Fest, which runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 14.
Included in the festival will be the Arts in the HeART Gallery at 47 S. First St., Fulton.
“We are celebrating the first anniversary of the gallery the entire month of June and felt the downtown location was perfect for our annual celebration of handmade original art,” said Nancy Fox, director. Continue reading →
The Granby Elementary School community united for a charitable cause Friday May 2 as the gymnasium and cafeteria were bustling with activities during an indoor carnival.
The event, which benefited Make-A-Wish of Central New York, featured bounce houses, carnival games, a photo booth and food. Each person purchased tickets to participate in the different activities, with all money going toward making a sick child’s dream come true. Continue reading →
Fulton Youth Soccer has started its 36 consecutive year of play.
We had some sour weather early on, but we pushed through and are off to a great start. This year we had a situation arise that we have never encountered before and I want to explain the reason for that.
Starting last year we put a cap on the number of players each team can have. We set that number at twice the number of players on the field, plus a goalie.
The May 20 school budget vote will include a proposition regarding the Fulton Public Library.
With this proposition, the library trustees are asking to change the library to a “School District Public Library.” They are also asking voters to approve an annual budget of $350,000 a year for five years, which totals $1.75 million.
This proposition can be very misleading if not read completely before voting on it. Continue reading →
All meals include milk and dessert. Lunch is served at noon.
Activities daily at 11 a.m.
For reservations, call Eileen 24 hours in advance at 592-3408.
The dining and activity center is a program of Oswego County Opportunities.
OCO, Inc is a private, nonprofit agency that has been supporting communities throughout Oswego County since 1966. A member agency of the United Way of Greater Oswego County, OCO provides more than 50 vital services throughout 80 separate locations.