Designed for kindergarten through fifth graders, this program will be held from 3:20 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays (Sept. 26 to Nov. 7) at Elden Elementary School.
West Nile Virus found at Beaver Lake, four other locations in CNY
On Aug. 1, Onondaga County Health Commissioner Dr. Cynthia B. Morrow announced that the New York State Health Department laboratory reported finding evidence of West Nile virus in five different locations in Onondaga County.
New Yorkers love their parks, and Parks & Trails New York is giving them more ways to show it with the launching of the “I Love My Park Because” photo contest. It runs through Aug. 31.
Grandparents are invited to fish with their grandchildren at Carpenter’s Brook Fish Hatchery this summer.
Recently, research has shown the importance of introducing children at an early age to exploring in nature, in an unstructured and to some extent unsupervised way.
The Greater Baldwinsville Chamber of Commerce and the Baldwinsville Kiwanis are bringing a boatload of activities to Mercer Park this Saturday for families to enjoy.
For 20 years, this has been the primary goal of AIDS Community Resources, specifically the organization’s Teen AIDS Task Force, which has reached 5,572 young people in the nine-county coverage area including Onondaga County since inception.
Tara Dennee was in the psych unit at Upstate University Hospital when she had an epiphany. It doesn’t have to be like this. Dennee checked herself into the hospital in the spring of 2011 after fighting depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder in the wake of her father’s 2008 suicide. For three years, rather than seek help for her own emotional problems, she let them spiral out of control until she felt like she might take her own life. Not wanting her own daughter to suffer like she did, she spent 11 days in intensive, inpatient treatment.
With expected hot temperatures heading to the area, Onondaga County Executive Mahoney and County Parks are pleased to announce they will be opening the beaches a day ahead of schedule at 11 a.m. Friday, May 25.
This summer, SAS will hold its first-ever “Take a Stand, Save a Life” fundraiser. The soon-to-be annual event will feature a craft fair, car and motorcycle show, live music, raffles, children’s activities and food.
I recently sat down with Mayor Joseph Saraceni at the B’ville Diner to learn about what is new in the village. While he gave me an update on the Village Square project (sidewalks should be in within the month then topsoil and seed will be spread) and this weekend’s Carp Tournament (Joe will participate as a local celebrity), the breaking news was the village receiving a $492,000 Save the Rain grant.
Lysander Parks and Recreation prepares for Pitch, Hit and Run Skills Competition and Lysander Day Camp.
Check out activities happening this weekend and throughout next month at Beaver Lake Nature Center.
Discover Baldwinsville’s History Trail by participating in The Museum at Shacksboro Schoolhouse’s special event celebrating Preservation Month on May 19.
Onondaga County 4-H Club members attended the Region 3 Horse Bonanza held March 10.