Clinton Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast
The Kiwanis Club of Clinton is holding its 57th annual Pancake Breakfast at the VFW on Franklin Avenue in Clinton. Tickets are $7 and kids 5 and under eat free.
CAC Spring Craft Fair
It’s time for the CAC Spring Craft Show at the Sherrill Community Center at 139 East Hamilton Avenue in Sherrill. There will be a raffle, lots of food and Free Parking and Admission.
Prom Attire Giveaway in Frankfort
Do you have prom attire? Come take a look at what we have at the Frankfort Free Library at 123 S. Frankfort Street. Door prizes for jewelry, hair, nails etc. If it fits and you like it, it's yours at absolutely no cost to you. Open to all students eligible to attend Prom!
Anthony Podrazik Benefit
There’s a benefit for Anthony Podrazik at the Amsterdam Elks Lodge. $25 per ticket, kids 10 and under are FREE. Ticket includes amazing catered food all day and raffle ticket. Fun for all ages, including live entertainment, photo booth, face painting, crafts, and many prizes. Anthony has several medical conditions and has to go to New York City for his health care.
Benefit for Rose Frasier
Come to the South Minden Fire House for a Chicken BarBQ, live auction, penny raffle , face painting, bake sale and a DJ to benefit Rose Frasier who is undergoing cancer treatments.
Literary High Tea in Jordanville
The Jordanville Federated Church is ending its series of "Literary Teas" this Saturday at 3 PM, in the Social Hall of the church at 209 Main Street in Jordanville. Come enjoy an afternoon of a traditional High Tea (three courses) and readings of short stories.
BROOKS BBQ CHICKEN OR RIB DINNER
The Church of Christ Uniting, 22 Church St in Richfield Springs, is hosting a Chicken dinner for $9, rib dinner for $11, chicken halves for $6, ribs for $9 and children 5-12 (chicken dinner only) for $6. Dinners include scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, rolls, homemade pie or cake, and beverage.
Angels in America at The Stanley
Angels in America – Part One: Millennium Approaches, a Pulitzer Prizewinning play written by internationally acclaimed playwright Tony Kushner, comes to the Stanley Stage. Actors from across the Central New York region have joined local director and regional theatre production company owner, Alessandro Trinca, in bringing Angels in America Central New York.