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Cooperstown independent. (Cooperstown, NY) 1996-199?, September 06, 1996, Image 10

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-■ .'.s ' ; • I- i : . - ' I\ P a g e s Friday, September 6,1996 Sen^ S^our opg?inMtloii*s happenings to he subjttitted in the GoHiinuni^ G toder, at least ID days in advance, to the Gooperstown Independent, Box ?90, Gooperstown, NY, 13326. d o g d i t y s o f s u m m e r ’ Classes R IQ iM L D SPRINGS - A Body Toning Low Impaet AeroMcs Course will be held o¥ery Monday for five weefe irom 6:30-7:30 p.m. in die MchSeld Springs Central School Cafeteria. This eiass will Mck off the Richfield Springs Adidt Idneatlon Fall season, and wili he eondueted hy Indy VanDyke. Also, beginning on Sept II, and eondnning every Wednesday for five weeks. Step Aerobics/Body Toning Classes will be condaeted by Carolyn Westeunan, also between 6:30- 7:3© p.m. in the school cafeteria. Ihe cost for eidier coarse is $10, or $3 per night. Registration is before the first class at 6:15 p.m. Danae SPEMGFIELD CIJOTE- Countiy dance lessons are held in die Spdngfield Center Commani^ Center widi die Wml USSIdewhiders Ranee AssoelatloiL Beginners’ classes are 6:30-7:30 p.sii. intermediate and advanced classes are from 7:30-9:39 p.in. Call (315) 894-9014. COOP^STOWM ^ H ie ^ptem b er C o n ^ Ranee will be heM In iie Presbyterian Church on Honeer Street. Instmciion for be^miers is from 8-8:30 p.m. followed by dancing until 11:30 p.i». Calling the dance is local mvorite Peter Blue. Oonation is $5.00, chlldreii free. No previous dance experience is necessaiy. Sofr-soled shoes are requested. For information, call (607) 467-2366 or (607)67441^4. s m - 11 CGQPBRS'fO'WM - The RouMeday Raneeis invite fee paWfe to-a-teedanee p.m. In teCbdpm topH '. ^ ©eiaeptaiy Schciti c^eteiia. Ray T ayte wEI be iting the calling. Sept 17 The Bine Ribbon Cloggei^ of hW ord will hold a free Infroduetlon to Clogging course froni 6:3-8:30 p.fn. For information, call lUie at (607) 286-7666. CM^IEY VALLEY - BaBet lessons for children age 4 and tip wifi be offered by die Cherry Vaitey - S frin^eld Center Parent Teacher Organization. sept. 7 t h and 8 t h From 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rain or Shine to be held at the OTSEGO COUIW MlRGROimDS Morris, New York 4«j|k Pancakes and Live EntertainrrtenJ French Toast and other foods .A. served all day ^ Wagon Rides jifc Craft Show and ,^jk iopp Flea Market '^ ^ a DMISSIGM sm s a m o B Y the o & ego m n P /im L E ? m m c m s Classes will be held Thursday nights, instructed by Jq^’pn Frafick. The fee is $10 pc? hiontb. to be paid the first class of each month. For more information, and e o m p fe class schedule, call Susan Higgins at (607) 264-9332. Eats S e ^ 10 ROSEBOOM - There will be a smorgasbord at the Roseboom Methodist Church, beginning at 4 p.m. Et Batara MIDDLIFELP - Eveiyone is weicome to attend the M Iddteieli Ansliiaiy Bingo at die M dlefield fire­ house at 7 p.m. R IC M iL B SPRINGS - Have you I'eineinbefed to donate blood this yearfCliuiiiiOf €hr&fc IW ting is sponsoring an Amerlean Bgd Cross blood drive from 1- 6 p.m. Donors may call B. Daly at (315) 858-165S for an appointment. Eiiliilitts COOPERSTOWN - Through Sept. 16, die Faimers’ development of agriculture la upstate New York from settle­ ment to 1870. Call 1^7) 547-1450. H e museum is ©pen daily from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is $9 for adults^ $4 children 7-12. Members of die New York State llicMdc^ Assoeiafioa and chidren under 7 are adiidfredfree. Saturday a n d M a i. M 0 R E P -^’Tle, lOth Annual MapleBfetival will be held from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Otsego Conn# • Fairgrounds. Pancakes, French toast and ©frier foods will he served all day. H e re will also be a craft sho# and flea market, wagon rides, and live entertainment. Free admission both days. MURAL M t . U tsayaktha R egional A rts LEAQip • Presents I 11 E A D p M N ART SERIES Friday, S eptember 18 a t 7:30 p,m. - • . ; ■ Friday, September 27 a t 7:30 p.ni. Tammy Tarbell Boehning: \Women in Iroquois Arf Friday, October 11 at 7:30 p,m, ; Joyceiyn and Chuck koeffelholz-HBa, / Poet and Btorytelier Friday^ October 25 at 7:30 p,im. M. C. Jackson and'Ba 0 ar^ Palmer: The Art of the Cardenef No admission chaise. T he G allery , Cm C enter , RExivffiRE P ark , S tamfohd , ISfY L e c i i i r e s COOPIESTOWN - The Lecture Series at Hyde Hall from - . - Meetings MILFOBD - The. Mfrfdrd Central School of ^J^ttCarionwiimeetaf7:30fiSi. > COOPIRSTOWM - The State Liquor Authority wiirhold a public hearing at 7 p.m. at the Otsego County Courthouse, 2nd Floor, 193 Main St., regarding whetherre further^ ’ resMet the closing hours fer on-preimses establishments in COpPERSTOWN - The Women’s Club o f doopei-stown will hold its annual salad luncheon meetuig at at Christ \ dum h Parish House. Members are asked to h Anyone vrisMng to attend as die guest of Jane clubpresMent,m‘ayrsdlt6a?)W-5914;Entei_^^^ provided by Calhe Ellsworib, who will rf^relecfrons from' *The Ape In Me” by Cornelia Ods SMime?.. HASrWICK - Otsego/Hwtwiok 201. Order o f the Eastern = £ = = ? = « ■ = Sept. M MILFORD - The Town of Milford Bicentennial Celebration for September Is the Brewery Fest, to be held from 2-IO p.m. at the Cooperstowa Brewery Co., River SireeL Milferd. Music, ianclng and food all day? chil­ dren’s activities fr#mf2s6 pm. Perfoj^ng fain or shine, under the big top, vrill be The Tom Blatz Trio, Barbed Wire and the Cajun Chaos, Vaiey Crossing Bluegrass Band, High Oraviiy Boys and, from 7-10 p.m. Rough lut, playing 50s and 60s rock-n-rdll. Admission is $5 for adults; children are free. Proceeds will benefit the Milford Historical Association and UCCCA. Sept. 10 H Y CREEK - Dr. DavSi P. Dever, cfinigal assistant profes- Treatment” at 2 p.m. at Bassett’s Chamberlain Conference Center in Fly Creek, co-spbnsored by SaSses#s Louis Busch Hager C ^cer Centen Free and Open fe frie public. P?e-reglstration ls not necessary. For Infoirination, call (607) S47-3923. Sales MS-FOID - The Annua! Milford Fire Beparlsneat Auction will be held at 10 a.iu. Cali for pick up after 6 P.ISL (697) 286-9967. OMIONTA - The Senior Council of Otsego County will present its semt-aniiual Smrior Craft f a i r from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Southside Mali. C rates who are seniors, and all crafrers of low Income, may call (607) ■ 432«904l-topa:^^ipte.' — ..-'V- Sports Sept. 14 RICHHELD SPRING -The Lioness iuic Lions Club will sponsor an Annual Walk-A-Thon to benefit the Community Park. For more information, call Donna, (315) 858-0419; Laurie, (315) 858488SrorTim (315) 858-2637. The Open Door A new age store featuring books, herbs, essential oils, , ; ; tapes, incense, hand ': crafted jewelry, dream \ ^ catchers and angels. ‘Let your imagimtioo soar ... wohtre tbrott|b Open Wednesday through Sunday 12-6 Chs&d Monday % Tuesday Rt. 23, J iniie east of Pindars Corners on the left 278-6812 F r i d a y Wbare^ local sp# actionili! should ad Sports Id Cooperate e o shouh COGp{ sQccei ue th( have 1 “Wi from (32 j Beniu Brent - but fuilb£ Coacl Co( with i 2 whi State The I Reds]

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