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Feature Artist, Fiona O'Downey
May 25
Electric Company
Varick St.
Fiona's memories of growing up in Utica and attending St. Anthony's School are apparent in her colorful abstract paintings.
Tomato Pie,
and Riggies, oh my!
Salvatore Borruso tells us of some of the many foods that started in Utica and have spread all over the country. One local favorite, Chicken Riggies, is now celebrated
each year during Riggiefest. The 2nd annual event on May20th was a big hit, thousands of people attended. Salvatore now has Chesterfield's
famous Riggie
sauce bottled
for easy
at home!
From Hardy Boys to X-Men, the Adirondack Mountains have been the setting for countless children's books.
ADK Center
for Writing

Publishing Conference
June 10th
North Creek
Eastern Star Home was built on the site of the Waterbury Estate. Henry Waterbury moved his family to Oriskany in the mid 1800's and built a felt mill on the site of a woolen mill, believed to be the 1st mill in America to manufacture fabrics from raw material.
The original Waterbury Mansion
Eastern Star Home was established on the site of the Waterbury Estate in 1916
Summit Park 1897-1926
Summit Park was built on the Oriskany Bluffs and opened on Memorial Day of 1897. Every day the park was open, thousands attended.
Summit Park was very successful. The trolley system made the park accessible to people from all over the area, it had stops throughout Utica, Rome, Clinton, Frankfort, Ilion, Mohawk, Herkimer, and Little Falls. Among its attractions were a pavilion, an open air theater, amusement rides, ice cream parlors, an observation tower, a racetrack, penny arcades, a shooting gallery, and facilities for boat rides.
A postcard of Summit Park postmarked Aug. 24, 1905
Postcard of the trolley loop at Summit Park
The giant wooden rollercoaster was a crowd-pleaser at Summit Park
A book about Summit Park & one about Eastern Star are available at the Oriskany Museum
O'riskany? Molly O'Malley's Irish Pub on River Street in Oriskany may be Irish, but Richard enjoyed a delicious Reuben!
Waterbury Felt Company
Waterbury Felt Company has been operated at the same location in Oriskany since 1846. At one time it employed over 300 people. You can tour the facility be calling (315) 736-3016 and ask for Ginnie or Annie.
Waterbury Felt Company Yesterday and Today
Adirondack Paddlefest
Sunday, May 21
Old Forge

A Banquet of Song
Oneida Area Civic Chorale
Sunday, May 21 at 4:00pm
$10, Oneida High School
Seneca Street

Farmers Markets
Saturday, May 27 at 8am at
Partners Trust, Albany St., Little Falls
Hamilton Green, Hamilton, NY

Spring Bazaar
Friday, May 26 at 6pm
Amusements Rides
Park Avenue, Whitesboro

It's a Zoo!
Sunday, May 21 at 8pm
$5, Strebel Auditorium
Utica College
The bluegrass music of
Black River Ramblers
Mark Werchowski
Road Trip to Oriskany
Canal Place
Little Falls