The First Presbyterian Church in Cazenovia will celebrate a Palm Sunday worship service at 10 a.m. on Sunday, March 29.
The Manlius Art Cinema, in addition to being the area’s only dedicated independent and foreign cinema theatre, is proud to host Central New York’s screenings of the Royal National Theatre of London. The next presentation will be “Behind the Beautiful Forevers” at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 12, with an encore performance at noon Saturday, April 18.
Students at Burton Street Elementary School last week spent a day learning and even teaching about physical and mental health at the school’s first Health and Wellness Fair.
The Cazenovia High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Kathleen DiNardo, will present its 13th Annual Jazz Night at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, in the Cazenovia High School auditorium. The Hartwick College Jazz Ensemble, directed by Gregg Norris, will work with the CHS Jazz Ensemble during the day and will be featured in the concert that night.
For the second consecutive year, Cazenovians have raised nearly $50,000 to help increase childhood cancer research and awareness through a St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraising event. Hundreds of people showed up to the event, held Sunday, March 22, at Burton Street Elementary School, more than 100 got their heads shaved and, as of press time, a little more than $47,000 was raised.
More than 100 residents of the greater Cazenovia area crowded into the Cazenovia Public Library community room last week to hear from members of the Peterboro-Cazenovia-Canastota Amish community who offered a discussion on Amish life, history, tradition and culture.
Nearly 50 Cazenovia student musicians and singers in grades 5 through 12 performed in the annual Madison County Music Educators Association’s Spring All-County Music Festival, which was held March 13 and 14 at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School.
Madison County Health Department announced on March 19 its first positive rabies results this year in three animals. In the town of Lebanon a cow and cat tested positive for rabies and in the town of Hamilton a cat also tested positive for rabies.
Technology classes continue at the Cazenovia Public Library in March—“Syncing Your Life with iCloud” on Monday, March 23, and “Discovering Your Digital Library” on Wednesday, March 25.
This year’s town of Nelson Skunk Hollow Day has been scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at the town office – only a few hours after the annual Mad. Co.W Race concludes at the same location.
The Atwell Mill and its Annex on Albany Street are becoming a de facto medical center in Cazenovia, with current businesses there including a chiropractor, a dentist, a family physician’s office, a family therapist, a personal therapist, a psychotherapist, a physical therapist, a laboratory testing service and a Medicare insurance agent. And now, with the recent addition of Hamilton Hearing, LLC, there is also a hearing counselor and hearing aid dispenser.
Last weekend’s high school drama club production of “Singin’ in the Rain” was an amazing production of great acting, well-executed singing and dancing and impressive live orchestral accompaniment. All the performers in the show, musicians in the pit, stage and production crews and production staff deserve the standing ovation they received Saturday night, and can be rightly proud of an impressive accomplishment.
The Cazenovia High School Drama Club annual spring musical production, “Singin' in the Rain,” will be presented this weekend, March 5, 6 and 7, in the high school auditorium.
The Cazenovia Area Community Development Association (CACDA) is sponsoring an upcoming presentation and discussion of the local Amish community as part of their 2015 Community Building Signature Project.
Cazenovia Community Preschool’s second annual event, The Gala at Lincklaen, scheduled for 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, March 6, at The Lincklaen House, will help erase the winter blues with a night of activities, raffles, auctions and lots of food and drink.