Kellogg Street Productions
30 Kellogg Street
Clinton, NY 13323
or call 315-853-7133
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Episode #138 November 18, 2007
10am CW (Ch. 11)
12:05 Midnight WKTV
The Scene Weekly with Mark
Exploring the arts, entertainment
and heritage of our region.
Event Spotlights with Emily
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 St.
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
Road Trip to Westernville
Now The Academy of Performing & Creative Arts
Advancing the staus of women worldwide.
Meet 3rd Wednesdays at 6pm at the Radisson
in Utica and Colosseo's in Oneida
Polish Community Club
810 Columbia St 812, Utica
Phone: (315) 732-0089
Adirondack Mountain Club
Meetings first Tuesday of Month at 7:30pm at the New Hartford Presbyterian Church, 7 Oxford Road, New Hartford
After traveling around the Mohawk Valley the last few years, we can't help but think about what it must have been like 200 years ago, living in this region. The fall harvest was pivotal to your family's survival. Early pioneers weren't just thankful to have their families together, but thankful their root cellers were full to weather the impending winter.
We are thankful to our sponsors, who bring this show to you each week,
Sharry & Lance
Utica Volunteer Reading
is seeking volunteers to tutor elementary
students. Call 792-2262 for info
424 N. James St., Rome
Black Cat Cafe
518 284 2575
Cobbler & Co.
518 284 2067
American 1st Sat.
Italian 2nd Sat.
Irish 3rd Sat.
Polish 4th Sat.
River Rd., Marcy
Florentine Pastry Shop
677 Bleecker St., Utica
Stop in to the Westernville Library to pick up an informative map of the village. There is fascinating information about the beautiful historic homes and churches. The library is open Tuesday through Thursday 2-8 and Saturday 10-12. While at the library, check out a copy of Moccasin Tracks to Ski Trails, The Story of the Town of Western. It is a fun read with many old photographs.
The General William Floyd House
William Floyd was a signer of the
Declaration of Independence as
a representative of New York.
His home is in Westernville and
has been restored.
The owners of The General William Floyd House, Russ and Jackie Marriott, consider themselves "caretakers" of the home. Their goal is to try to be the best stewards they can. They are passionate about the restoration and preservation of the house right down to the reproduction rug made at Thistle Hill Weavers. See MV Living show #131
Dr. Russ Marriott considers himself caretaker of the estate.
The Marriotts raised their 2 children in the home. The restoration is an ongoing process they take seriously -right down to the reproduction rugs.
Gary takes us to Mountain Music at 2887 Main St. in Old Forge celebrating 37 years of continuous service to the Bluegrass Community. Owner, Al Worthen, quickly converts this Folk musician into a Bluegrass one!
in the old
encouraged their children to become clergymen or artists. His new book Utica on Parade is now available. Meet Malio this Friday at Chanatry's in New Hartford from 10am-noon and at Park Row Booksellers in Clinton from 1 to 3pm.
A tall, crumbling brick smoke stack is all that remains of the original Olney & Floyd Cannery. Today, on the same site, is G.J. Olney Incorporated. The company traces it's roots back to the 1880's when G.B. Olney and C.F. Floyd started a vegetable canning plant in Westernville. In 1909 George J. Olney, son of G.B. Olney began experimenting with his ideas for better processing machinery for the canning factory.
A wagonful of beans makes its way to the Olney & Floyd Cannery circa 1900. Today, the company makes machinery that processes fresh produce. Most frozen or canned corn you buy in the U.S. has run through an Olney machine.
The management of the company is operated by the third generation, G. Joseph Olney, David Olney (pictured) and Mark Olney.
We enjoyed lunch at The Plaza on East Dominick in Rome, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Jim Colangelo runs the place as
his father, and grandfather
MV Living Special
Free side of Gnocchi with any entree Today (11/18/07)
The Plaza opens for dinner at 3pm today
Featured Artist -potter, Jean Card
Jean Card of Westmoreland is a teacher by day, an avid potter any other time. She enjoys working with leaves and vines, which she presses into the soft clay before firing. You can find her work at The Artworks in Old Forge.
Clinton Varsity Hockey Boosters Spaghetti Dinner
Sunday, November 18 from 3-7pm
Adults $7, Children under 10, $3
GE Ski Club
Next meeting Tues., Nov 20 at 7:30pm
American Legion, Main St. Whitesboro