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Episode #123 August 5, 2007
10am CW (Ch. 11)
12:05 Midnight WKTV
The Scene Weekly with Mark
Exploring the arts, entertainment
and heritage of our region.
Montana's Sports Bar &Restaurant
N Litchfield St, Frankfort
Every 3rd Sat of Mo.
River Rd., Marcy
Field Days Aug 17-19
Clinton Cleaners & Embroidery
Clinton Farmers Market
Home of Monster Sub
Florentine Pastry Shop
677 Bleecker St., Utica
West End Seafood
2201 Erie St., Utica
Event Spotlights with Kari
Clubs & Hobbies with Emily
Utica Camera Club
All meetings and workshops, unless otherwise indicated, are held at the Heritage Health Care Center at 1657 Sunset Avenue in Utica. Meetings and workshops begin at 7:00 pm.
Join this active 400 member club open to all ages and paces. Thursday night runs and
Sunday morning breakfasts.
Kirkland Bird Club
Dedicated to Bird Watching and the Study of Nature in the Mohawk Valley Region of New York State
Mohawk Valley Quilt Club
To encourage education & participation in the making of quilts, the history of quilt making & other needle arts.
Mohawk Valley Gaming Club
The Mohawk Valley Gaming Club is a not-for-profit club in Utica dedicated to the playing and enjoyment of games of all sorts.
Mohawk Valley Bonsai Club
Meet the second Saturday of each month at 10:00am
Please use the Oneida Street entrance off the Parkway
Mohawk Valley Corvette Club
-Celebrating 30 years!
Meets last Thursday of the Month, Elks Lodge, Utica
To afford practice and training in the art of public speaking and in presiding over meetings.
6:30PM, 2nd/4th Wednesdays of the Month
Moose River Restaurant
Holiday Inn, Utica Business Park
Next week: Fresh Figs and New Hartford's historic homes & farms.
After some hot weather, it was a surprise to wake up to a chilly 50 degree morning!
We begin August with a Road Trip to New Hartford. It's interesting how each community we visit seems to have a personality of its own. We're never quite sure what it will be until it reveals itself. Although New Hartford has the look and feel of a quaint New England town, Richard felt like he was in New York City -from the "hot dog lady" in the park, to the bustling NY style deli, to the hopping restaurant where the chef comes out to mingle with guests and the little Greenwich Village-like shops.
Thanks for traveling around the Mohawk Valley with us, Sharry & Lance
Now The Academy of Performing & Creative Arts
New Hartdford's founder, Col. Jedediah Sanger arrived in the Mohawk Valley penniless in 1788. He the New Hartford area because of its excellent farmland and ample water supply. He purchased 1,000 acres for 50 cents an acre from George Washington. Mills sprang up all along the Sauquoit Creek. New Hartford flourished throughout the early 19th century as the center of the carrying business for the West until the Erie Canal and Railroad shifted commerce to Utica.
New Hartford Historical Society & Museum
Our guide this week was local historian, Barb Couture. She met us at the New Hartford Historical Society Museum located in the Point School Apartments at 2 Paris Rd.
Open Monday 1-3pm & Saturday 10am-2pm
No, Richard is not at the corner of 42nd and
8th in Manhattan, he is actually on the corner
of Genesee and Oxford in New Hartford where
there's a hotdog stand! It is open weekdays
during lunch and on Tues and Wed evenings
during the concerts in the park. Maryanne
Snow, a New Hartford school teacher, set up
the stand with her husband as a way for her children to work to raise money for college.
Casab's Deli has been located on the busy corner in New Hartford for nearly 20 years. It's a bustling place for people on the go. You can grab some fresh fruit or potato salad to go, or sit down and enjoy some a deli sandwich or a cup of coffee and read the paper.
MV Living Fan Special Today, Aug 5, 2007
Buy one breakfast and get one 1/2 price!
Richard enjoyed hanging out at Casab's with owner Pattie.
If you want the taste and feel of NYC, just stop into Georgio's during any lunch or dinnertime. The place is hopping with people enjoying homemade pasta and great greens! Chef Georgio can be seen mingling with his guests whenever he finds time to break away from the hustle in the kitchen.
You'll feel like you're in Greenwich
Village when you stop in to see
John Lincoln-Lovely in his 6'x20'
store located at 56 Genesee Street.
Inside you'll find all kinds of rocks
and crystals from all over the world and from right here in the Mohawk Valley. You'll also find farm-raised and mounted exotic bugs, butterflies and moths.
And you thought he was just a mild-mannered television host!
Ravenswood Comics on Seneca Turnpike in New Hartford has been the headquarters for everything comics for nearly a quarter century. Janine Julian is proud to be a part of the ever-changing comic business.
Feature Artist- Tracey Casler
We meet this week's feature artist in the breezy countryside of West Winfield. Tracey Casler's palette is colorful wildflowers which she grows on the family's farm. She is partial to sunflowers and even has a red variety, but she grows all kinds of different flowers and is constantly experimenting with new ones. You can see her beautiful work at the Clinton Farmers Market 11-5pm on Thursdays and at the Hamilton Market on Saturdays 8-1:00
Meet Tracey at:
Clinton Farmers Market
In 1887, due to the rapidly growing population of East Utica, it was decided that a new Parish would be formed east of the center line of Mohawk Street. St. Agnes was built on the corner of Kossuth and Mary where it stills stands today serving faithful Catholics. In 1947, a devastating fire destroyed much of the church. The framework was still sound and it was rebuilt. Lost in the fire were two sculptures of angles. Father Willenburg discovered them and they were restored and now sit on the alter.
Monday, Aug. 6th
Shawangunk Nature Preserve, Free
Building with Scrapwood
and Kids Emergency Forest Shelters
ADK Rustic Table
and Living Within Your Means
Eagles Polka Band
Tues, Aug 7 at 6:30pm
New York Mills
Celebration Brass Quintet
Sunday, August 5 at 7pm
Perseids Meteor Shower
Lecture and Observation Party
CNY Astronomy Club
Saturday, Aug 11 at 8:30pm
Kiwanis Park, Clinton
Jim Atwell "From Fly Creek: Celebrating life in Leatherstocking Country"
Free Book Lecture
Sunday, August 5 at 2pm
Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown
CNY Astronomy Club
Lecture and Star Party
Sat Aug 11 at 8:30pm
Kiwanis Park, Clinton