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Episode #134 October 21, 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 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 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
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
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
Home of the Monster Sub
Florentine Pastry Shop
677 Bleecker St., Utica
West End Seafood
2201 Erie St., Utica
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
We had a good ole fashioned time in Fort Plain this week. History runs deep in this area. Archeological digs in the 1950s and 60s revealed much about the Native People and early settlers who called this area home. You can learn more about it at the Fort Plain Museum, open today from 1-5pm.
We met some new neighbors, the Delnero family, who moved to the Mohawk Valley a few years ago and are planting their roots here. We look forward to visiting this area again next week.
Thanks for traveling with us, Sharry & Lance
Utica Volunteer Reading
is seeking volunteers to tutor elementary
students. First meeting is Wednesday,
Sept. 26. Call 792-2262 for info
John Plado was an apprentice to a tailor in Italy when he was just a boy. He came to America, and Utica, in the 1970s and opened his own shop on Bleecker Street. He is still there today, at 343 Bleecker Street, and at age 70 he's still making sure people are dressed just right.
The Big Moose Inn
"No Gifts, Please"
$49.95 plus tax and gratuity
Friday, Oct. 26 at 8pm
Kirkland Art Center
The Fort Plain Museum is on the site of a Revolutionary War fort. The fort helped protect the Mohawk Valley during the struggle for American independence.
The DAR House (Chapter House for the Daughters of the American Revolution)
Remember when we learned about Isaac Paris on our Road Trip to the Town of Paris? The oldest building in Fort Plain was his trading post and home, now the DAR House. It was built with some wood from the Governor Clarke House. At one time, the Otsquago Creek ran through the bottom of the hill.
When the Revolutionary War ended, people from
farther west in the state came to Isaac Paris, Jr. They
explained that due to the damage done to their crops
by the war, there was nothing to eat. He transported
goods to them. In return, the people gave him some
goods of another kind. When their town was
incorporated, they named it "Paris."
Fort Plain Museum and Historical Site
Archeological digs in the 1960s &70s confirmed that the site was indeed the fort's northwest blockhouse. Cannon balls, grapeshot and other artillery hardware were recovered.
Findings included barracks buildings,
officers quarters, a small hexagonal
blockhouse, 2 elevated bastions and
earthen log walls. Many of the artifacts
recovered are on display in the museum.
A 1/4 scale blockhouse serves as a vending stand during the annual "Holding Down the Fort" celebration the first week in August.
The Fort Plain Museum is open today from 1-5 (Oct 21, 2007)
The Charter House Restaurant
Joe and Georgine Rosemyer work well together as long as he stays in the kitchen and she, the dining room. It must work, the Charter House Restaurant has been open for 34 years. It is open Fri., Sat., and Mon. at 4:45 and Sunday at 12:45.
Monday nights are 1/2 Price Senior Nights (55+)
51 Hancock St, Fort Plain (518) 993-3600
The Delnero Family has recently moved their furniture business
from Massachusetts to the tranquil setting of the Mohawk Valley.
John R. and Michael J. Delnero are third generation furniture makers, carrying on the family tradition of craftsmanship
passed on from their father and grandfather. Specializing in Shaker, Colonial and Early American furniture since 1964,
each piece is custom built to order from over 25 different
types of wood.
John and Mike are carrying on the woodworking business of their father.
The Delnero family enjoys playing music and square dancing. They have an annual Fiery Hill Blueegrass Festival at their farm in the summer.
For driving directions and more information please visit www.delnerofurniture.com
Open Monday thru Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Closed Sundays.
Shop 315-823-9663 Office 315-823-9291
522 Phillip Road, Fort Plain