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Episode # 266 May 2, 2010
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Experience South East Asia at
The Lotus Garden
The Goodyear family donated some of their land on the shore of Otsego Lake to Glimmerglass Opera and also to SUNY Oneonta as a field station. The GoodYear Swamp Sanctuary is open to the public dawn to dusk. There are five acres of wetlands with developed trails and boardwalks and a guide book available at the trail head sign in.
A New Hike, Bike, and Ski Trail
in Old Forge
There's a new trail that takes you from the village of Old Forge (trail head just behind the school) to the McCauley Mountain Ski Area. This trail is for hiking, biking and cross country skiing. It takes you along an old tow path used by downhill skiers in the 1930s & 40s, before the McCauley Mountain was established. You can see some old downhill ski equipment along your hike, like an old truck that was retrofitting with a shive to tow skier up the hill so they could ski back into town. Die-hard skier would hike beyond the tow hill to McCauley, carrying their skis on their backs.
Polar Bear Ski Club Annual Consignment Ski and Pre-season Pass Sale
Saturday, Nov. 7th 9am-noon
McCauley Mountain Ski Area, Old Forge
There's a new restaurant in East Utica adding a new flavor to the great variety of cuisine this part of the city is known for. The Phou family treats you like family and serves up authentic South East Asian food especially Cambodian. The name of the restaurant is significant to his family. As the Lotus flower rises from the muddy waters, Mr. Phou's restaurant is a dream realized -a dream that began when his family fled to the United States from a war-torn Cambodia in the 1970's. Learn more about Cambodia in my "blog" at the top of the page.
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Harp & Harmony Concert
Sunday, May 2 at 4pm
Free Concert today in honor of Betty Spencer
Kirkland Art Center, Clinton
MV Antique Bottle Club
16th Annual Show & Sale
Sunday, May 2nd 9am-2pm
Utica Curling Club, Clark Mills Rd., Whitesboro
Road Trip to New Hartford
Clinton Farmers Market Season is almost here!
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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
Sunday afternoon, May 2, 2010 2pm
Barbara Couture will present
"N.H. Historical Home, 55 Paris Rd
Home School for Girls and the Golden Point"
New Hartford Public Library-1 Library Lane, New Hartford Sammon Community Room
The only enclosed shopping mall within a 40-mile radius, Sangertown Square celebrates its 30th year this summer. The facades around the center court were designed to resemble "Main St., USA." Sears
and JCPenney are two
of the original anchor
stores from 1980.
Sherrillbrook Park is located off of Route 12 in New Hartford. It has 200 acres of hiking trails, picnic areas, ball fields, playground and dog park.
The Phoenician Restaurant
In Lebanon, Karam means generosity and the Karam family certainly lives up to their name. You can taste the time-tested combinations of spices in their recipes and the care they put in to preparing and presenting the dishes.
623 French Rd, New Hartford
It was a pleasure to met three of George Karam's six sons.
The 4th generation Humpreys Farm is one of only a handful of farms carrying on New Hartford's tradition of agriculture. The farm consists of hundreds of acres of corn, green beans, wheat, and other crops that are rotated seasonally. There is also an acre or two of pumpkins for fun.
The Humpreys Farm
8661 Tibbits Road, New Hartford
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