Kellogg Street Productions
30 Kellogg Street
Clinton, NY 13323
or call 315-853-7133
Exploring the arts, entertainment
and heritage of our region.
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Event Spotlights with Kari Crimmins
Mohawk Valley Living features music of:
The Scene Weekly
with Mark Werchowski
Episode #77 - Sept 17, 2006
10am CW (starts 9/24 ch. 11)
12:05 Midnight WKTV
Copper City Rome
Town & Country
This week we enjoyed exploring a bit of the night life in West Utica. It is certainly a rockin' place at night!
GOOD NEWS: We premiere our additional 10am timeslot next week! (9/24)
BAD NEWS: Next week (9/24) our 7:30am show will be pre-empted for the Ryder Cup (or more good news if you're a golf fan.)
Next week we return to West Utica where we visit a brand new coffee house and The Players of Utica's future home.
-Sharry Whitney, Producer
The Nole brothers traveled the country and world to hone their culinary skills. They brought their talents home to East Utica.
Sunday, Sept. 17 at 2:00
SUNY Oneonta Goodrich Theatre
Tickets are $24, seniors and students $22, under 13, $12
13th Annual Fall Festival
Sunday, Sept. 17 at 10am
Musical entertainment, pony rides, food, games and more. Fern Park, South Shore Road in Inlet
Oneida County Regional Air Show
Sunday, Sept. 17 at 10am
There are aviation exhibits, flight simulators, aerobatic biplanes, screaming fighter jets.
Adults are $9, children, $7.
Oneida County Airport in Oriskany
Remsen Barn Festival of the Arts
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 23&24 at 10am
300 exhibitors, arts & crafts, farmers market, country cooking and more. Free.
Main Street in Remsen
Dean enjoys the pastry end of the business, his brother, Jason, the gourmet cooking.
Sat. Sept. 23rd
The Devereux, Utica
Paul Chambers renovated his family's garage business into a beautiful series of shops in Inlet. His love of outdoor sports inspired him to open French Louie's Adirondack Outdoor Sporting Goods
St. Joseph's-St. Patrick's Church
No matter what your religious background, consider touring this beautiful church in Colombia Street.
Globe Woolen Mill
Built in the mid 1800's the Globe Woolen Mill is now home to the Shoppes at the Finish Line. You can find furniture, flowers, gifts, Avon, quilting supplies and also enjoy a delicious lunch at Paolo's Café.
Paolo serves up food with a side of entertainment at his Café at the Shoppes.
amazing gourmet food at
the corner of Varick & Colombia. Christian Garramone has created a beautiful atmosphere, taking advantage of some of the original features of this historic building.
Michelle Klosak is a member of the Landmark Society and
believes that customers appreciate the beauty in the preservation of historical buildings.
Performing nationally for over 7 years, Joe Sweet started his musical career at the age of nine in Frankfort. He performs acoustically and with his band, Jomama and the Funkdaddys.
You can catch him Tuesdays at Cafe Domenico and this Saturday, Sept. 23 with the Funkdaddys at the Electric Company on Varick Street.
Visit Joe at www.joesweet.com
or check out his Global Music Networking Site www.apollotunes.com
Open Daily 10-5