Have a talent? Share it with the Cazenovia community! This year's annual Winter Festival Talent Show will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6, in the high school auditorium.
The 2015 Madison County Travel Guide is now available from Madison County Tourism. The 52-page guide presents visitors with comprehensive sections on dining, recreation, lodging, events, shopping and other opportunities.
The CNY Jazz Arts Foundation is warming away the midwinter blues with some jazz. January Jazzfest is filling four levels of Mohegan Manor in Baldwinsville with a sampler of jazz artists Sunday, Jan. 25, including vocalist Nancy Kelly, saxophonist Ralph Lalama and trombonist Melissa Gardiner.
Girl Scouts gear up for sales pitches, service projects
Between earning awards and serving their communities, area Girl Scouts had a busy 2014. This year will be just as busy as the girls set their goals for the annual cookie sale — which is available online for the first time ever — and continue pursuing service projects within their communities.
After more than one year of being run by an interim director, the Stone Quarry Hill Art Park Board of Directors last week announced the hiring of a permanent executive director for the park — Emily Gates Zaengle. Zaengle, 27, a native if Unadilla Forks, holds advanced degrees in both landscape architecture and museum studies and during the past three years has served as both an intern and a volunteer at the art park.
The schedule of events for this year's Cazenovia Winter Festival has been released. The festival will take place from Thursday, Feb. 5 through Sunday, Feb. 8.
The Silverwood Clarinet Choir has announced that it will perform a free concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1, at the Oneida Library, 220 Broad Street, Oneida.
Experience the magic of winter during the 37th annual Winter Living Celebration from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Jan. 24 at the Rogers Environmental Education Center in Sherburne. Hosted by the Friends of Rogers, this fun-filled day will be packed with outdoor activities and demonstrations.
If you go to the website for the Animal Planet television show “Monsters Inside Me,” you will find clips from various episodes and some of the show’s best moments. If you watch the clip titled, “Creepy, exorcist-like spider walk horrifies one mother,” you will see the first television performance of 15-year-old Siobhan Kiernan, who is currently a sophomore at Cazenovia High School.
Cazenovia American Legion Post 88 will continue the tradition started by Cazenovia Masonic Lodge 616 of providing a hearty pancake breakfast for attendees and participants of the Cazenovia Winter Festival on Saturday, Feb. 7.
The Stone Quarry Hill Art Park Board of Directors has announced the hiring of Emily Gates Zaengle to the position of executive director. Zaengle assumed the role on Jan. 5 and has already been busy meeting with various community organizations and strategizing for the 2015 summer season at the Art Park, according to a statement on the park website. “I can’t tell you how thrilled we are,” said SQHAP Board of Directors President John Hunt.
The public is invited to participate in “Great Decisions 2015,” a discussion group about U.S. foreign policy sponsored by the Cazenovia League of Women Voters. The group will meet for eight weeks on Thursdays through February and March. The first meeting is scheduled for 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, in the Cazenovia Public Library reference room.
The Cazenovia High School Drama Club has announced that its annual spring musical production, “Singin' in the Rain,” will be presented on March 5, 6 and 7 in the high school auditorium. Also, in anticipation of the performances, the drama club is once again offering the opportunity to “sponsor a costume” and be listed in the production program.
More than 550 participants lined up at the starting line in 20 degree weather to take part in the 11th annual Chilly Chili 5K Run/Walk this past Sunday, Jan. 11. Coming in first overall as top male runner was Fred Joslyn, 30, of East Syracuse, with a time of 16:03. The top female runner was Elizabeth Lucason, 10, of Camden, with a time of 19:09.
Has scheduled two needs assessments focus groups for community input
The Cazenovia Area Community Development Association (CACDA) is currently undertaking a project to see if there is both a desire and a need by the Cazenovia community to have facilities and programs for local senior citizens and stay-at-home/homeschooling parents.