|2014, 4th Friday, 2pm-3pm"Suicide Support Group"
This group meets on the 4th Friday of every month at the NRCIL office located at 7632 N. State Street in Lowville from 2pm-3pm.
For more information call karen T. or Katie O. at 376-8696October, 2014Lowville Town Hall Theater Movies~THE MAZE RUNNER (Rated PG-13)
will be playing October 10-12 ~ Friday at 7:45pm, Saturday and Sunday at 7pm, Sunday Matinee at 2pm ~
For a complete list of showtimes and prices...visit: ...more2014, Monday & Wednesday, 10:30amWalk The Block with NRCIL
Looking for a group to walk with? Then look no further!
Every Monday and Wednesday at 10:30am meet with others at the Northern Regional Center for Independent Living and "WALK THE BLOCK"Now Thru October, 2014, Tuesdays, 12pm-6pmLyons Falls ALIVE Presents the Lyons Falls Farmer's Market
The Farmer's Market will be held every Tuesday beginning June 17th through October 7th.
It will run from 12pm until 6pm and will be set up at Riverside Park.
To learn how to participate or for any questions, call Gary Mavis at (315)348-5167September & October, 2014Coats for Families Campaign Begins
The North Central Zone (Jefferson and Lewis County) of the New York State Retired Teachers’ Association would like to announce the beginning of their 2014 Coats for Families project. We are now collecting new and gently used winter items (no wool please) including coats, jackets, boots, other clothing and accessories in all sizes infants through adults. These items will be free to the public on Distribution Day, October 21st, 5-7p.m. at the Lowville Fire Hall.
Please bring items to be donated to one of the collection sites. Collection sites currently planned are the Lyons Falls Farmers’ Market, Lyons Falls on Tuesday Sept. 28th, Noon to 6pm. and the Lowville Farmers Market at the Lewis County Fairgrounds Forest Pavilion, Lowville, N.Y., Oct.4, 9am-3pm. If you are unable to bring items to these sites, please contact Doug or Pat at 376-6689 or 681-8935 and arrangements can be made for pickup prior to October 21st.The Carthage Area Farmers Market will start collecting on Fridays thru mid-October. Ron Roch is the contact for this site.
Monetary donations are accepted and greatly appreciated, as well. The donations are used to buy new jackets and coats for children. Please make checks payable to North Central Zone, NYSRTA, c/o John Gaffney(Treas.), 119 Colorado Ave., Watertown, NY 13601-3003. Make a notation on the check for Coats for Families Fund.
The North Central Zone, NYS Retired Teachers look forward to helping out families get ready for our winter season. The membership consists of retired teachers, administrators and school related personnel. They address the causes of retired teachers in New York State and many issues they lobby for are also issues that benefit other retired persons, current educators, and students. There is a very strong Community Service committee that helps in various projects throughout the state in ten zones. If you are a retired teacher from anywhere in the USA you are eligible for membership, also current educators can be a part of this organization prior to retirement.
Applications will be available at the Collection sites or call the number above.
We thank the community in advance for their support of the Coats for Families project.
September-October, 2014Lowville Free Library Schedule of EventsStorytime will meet Tuesdays weekly @ 10:30 a.m.
Great stories, songs, games, and age-appropriate craft activities. Themes for September: Apples, Down on the Farm, Royal fun - Prince and Princess get Fancy!!, Autumn Colors and Pug Fun with special guest—
Anime Club for ages 12 to 20 will meet Wednesdays, during the school year @ 3:30 p.m.
Watch Anime, talk with friends who enjoy anime, and Japanese culture. Feel free to bring snacks to share with group.
Teen Tuesdays Meets downstairs at 3:30 for fun group activities choose by group.
Line Dancing Classes will be held downstairs at the library on Tuesdays, Sept 2nd, 16th, 23rd, and 30th at 6 p.m. All skill levels welcome.Free.
Oil Painting with Wilson Bickford
All supplies included. Call library to register.
September 24, 10:00–2:00 p.m.,
September 25, 5:30–9:30 p.m.
Project: “Out to Dry,” cost $40
Tickets are now available for the
2nd Annual Lowville Free Library Wine and Ale Tasting.
Monday, September 29th, 5-7 p.m.
Tug Hill Vineyards, Coyote Moon Vineyards, BarkEater Craft Brewery, and Clayton Distillery will be serving up samples of their fine products. A $10
ticket will get you unlimited samples of North Country products, as well as desserts, fruit, and local cheeses. The library will be decorated with works by local artists and artisans in a collaboration with the Arts Council of Lewis County. Live music and a raffle of items from local sources will round out the evening. There will be wine & spirits available for purchase as well (credit cards accepted)
Come out and support our library! Tickets are available from any Board member, at Cafe Z, or at the library circulation desk.
Octobers book selection will be The Good Lord Bird by James McBride.
Library Hours : Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 12 - 5, Tuesday and Thursday 10 - 8 and Saturday 10 - 2
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FIND US ON FACEBOOK
...moreSeptember 29, 2014Lowville Free Library's 2nd Annual Wine & Ale Tasting
Tug Hill Vineyards, Coyote Moon Vineyards, BarkEater Craft Brewery, and Clayton Distillery will be serving up samples of their fine products. A $10 ticket will get you unlimited samples of North Country products, as well as desserts, fruit, and local cheeses. The library will be decorated with works by local artists and artisans in a collaboration with the Arts Council of Lewis County. Live music and a raffle of items from local sources will round out the evening. There will be wine & spirits available for purchase as well (credit cards accepted).
Come out and support our library! Tickets are available from any Board member, at Cafe Z, or at the library circulation desk.
Call 376-2131 for more information ...moreOctober, 2014Pine Grove Community Church Preservation Society, Inc. 2014 EventsOctober 4 ~ Silent Auction/Bake Sale/This & That Sale
For Details or to volunteer call: 376-3841 or 376-7483
Society is located in the Town of Watson, 6853 Austin Road, Glenfield, NY 13343
Tug Hill Wheelers 2014 Calendar of Events
October 4 ~ Harvest Youth Events (THW)
For more information or to volunteer visit...
October 4, 2014, Saturday, 9am-5pm
14th Annual Harvest of the Arts
The 14th Annual Lewis County Harvest of the Arts is Saturday, October 4th from 9am-5pm at the Maple Ridge Center (7421 East Road, Lowville, NY 13367-9115). Hope to see you there!
Admission and the activities are free!
Artists will be exhibiting their talents and original artwork will be for sale. Spend the day perusing merchandise; getting a head start on your Christmas shopping! Come and get a bite to eat for lunch and listen to local musicians such as The Remsen Social Club from Remsen, NY and The Fiddling Future from Osceola, NY. There will also be opportunity for local musicians to perform during an open mic session. If interested in the latter, please contact The Arts Community of Lewis County at email@example.com.
In addition, check out the display of classic cars at the cruise-in. Take your own cruise on a horse-drawn wagon ride. Children can enter the Kid’s Craft Barn and create their own crafts and kites, taking their hand-made kites outside to test-drive them in the Lewis County breeze. A Student Art Show will be on exhibit, with many young artists from local school districts displaying their talents. Also, be sure to stop by The Arts Community of Lewis County booth and pre-order your box of homemade Christmas Cookies for the annual ACLC Cookie Sale! A scrumptious deal you won’t want to miss!
It is sure to be a beautiful event, one that is only possible due to the great generosity of many community sponsors such as Stewart’s Shops and The Lowville Farmer’s Co-Op. If there are other organizations and businesses in the community willing to sponsor this event, please contact The Arts Community of Lewis County at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 4, 2014
42nd Annual Lewis County Drive-It-Yourself Fall Foliage Tour
This year’s Fall Foliage Tour consists of 16 stops and will take you from Lowville, Martinsburg, Stillwater, Glenfield & Watson. It takes you through Central Lewis County where you will encounter many intriguing and historically significant sites and locales.
You can enjoy samples, photo ops, farm tours and much much more!
Tour books will be ready around the second week in September so stop by the Chamber office to pick yours up. Or you may purchase one at Marguerite's Cranberry Emporium, Kinney Drugs~Lowville, Lowville Producers Dairy Co-op or Community Bank~State Street.
For more information call 376-2213
October 4, 2014, Saturday, 10am-3pm
Apple Fest & Craft Fair at Brookide Senior Living
Enjoy apple delights, as well as face painting, balloon animals and silly antics with Fifi D. Clown. Two Chicks Farm Alpacas will also be on hand. Music will be provided by Country Stompers, from 10:00 -
11:00 am, and For Heaven Sake from 1:00 - 2:00 pm.
Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
Brookside is located at 5701 Brookside Circle in Lowville.
October 16 & 17, 2014, Thursday, 10am-7pm, Friday, 10am-5pm
Lewis County General Hospital "Baskets for the Cure"
Visit the LCGH lobby October 16th & 17th to try and win your favorite basket!
LCGH is located at 7785 N. State Street, Lowville.
October 17-19, 2014
Annual Fall Black-Moose Kayak Event
Lyons Falls Alive and local kayakers are hosting the "Annual Fall Black-Moose Kayak Event" in Lyons Falls, NY.
The Moose River makes for one of the greatest Class III, IV & V Kayaking in the USA there is also flat water paddling on the Black River.
Camping will be available at Riverside Park on Laura St where the Moose River joins the Black River. The cost for one campsite for 2 days of camping is $10. For those of you who prefer warmer accommodations, The Edge Hotel on Rt 12 in Lyons Falls. Visit their website: www.theedgehotel.com
The people of Lyons Falls are planning many various activities including:Bonfire
...and MUCH MORE!!
The Moose River is very accessible and there will be several good viewing points between Fowlerville and Lyons Falls both Saturday and Sunday for the event. For the more adventuresome there will be guided walks upstream on the north side of the Moose River from recreation area and canoe launch at Lyonsdale.
For more information, contact Christine Chaufty at 348-2521/Day, ask for Chris or 377-3111/Night or visit: ...more
October 18, 2014
Taste of Home Cooking School
Mark your calendars and don't miss the "Taste of Home Cooking School" on October 18th at the Lowville Academy School Auditorium.
Doors open at noon so you'll have plenty of time to view all the vendors before the show starts at 3PM and ends at 6PM.
There will be vendors, cookbooks for sale, and much more!
Tickets go on sale the end of August
For tickets call: 376-2321
October 19, 2014
Annual Polish Fest at St. Hedwig's Catholic Church
St. Hedwig Parish in Houseville
5432 State Route 26, Turin
Sunday, October 19, 2014
12 to 3pm
Polish Platter for $8 with homemade Polish Foods including:
There will be a raffle for themed baskets, bake Sale, 50/50 raffle and "Make Your Own Sundaes"
For more information, please call: Joanne (315) 348-8735 or Mary Ann (315) 348-6260
October 21, 2014, Tuesday, 5pm
Lewis County General Hospital Breast Cancer Awareness Dinner
This event will be held at the Lowville Elk's Lodge located at 5600 Shady Avenue.
Social hour starts at 5:30pm with dinner to follow at 6:00pm.
For tickets and prices call Denise at 376-5235
October 25, 2014
"Halloween Towne" in Downtown Lowville
"SCARY" Saturday from 10am-11pm.
Join us for ghoulish games, frightening food, and freaky fun for the whole family!!
Brought to you by The Lowville Business Association in conjunction with local charities & organizations.
Watch for updates on facebook at facebook.com/halloweentowne or visit: ...more
October 25, 2014, Saturday, 12pm
Lewis County 4-H Achievement Day Ceremony
The Lewis County 4-H will be holding their annual 4-H Achievement Day Ceremony at the Turin Hire Hall on Saturday, October 25th at NOON. All 4-H members and their families are welcome.
We will be having a spaghetti lunch and ice cream sundaes for dessert as we celebrate the accomplishments of our 4-H members!
All Lewis County 4-H'ers have the opportunity to apply for awards in various project areas. Winning recipients will be recognized during the ceremony.
Please RSVP by calling the office at 376-5270 by Friday, October 17th.
October 25, 2014, Saturday, 10am-4pm
"The Memory Keepers" 3rd Annual Craft Fair
When: October 25th …10 am to 4 pm
Where: Beaver River Central School Elementary Gym
Cost: No admission charge
Over 20 vendors
New this year: David Jones- Black Smith and
Karen Hoch- bags/totes from repurposed materials
Hot lunch and Bake Sale Available
Buy Raffle tickets on a Garden Bench and a Silver Cancer Ribbon Necklace
Multiple Door Prizes
(First day of hunting season for the Guys- First day of shopping season for the Girls)
November 4, 2014, Tuesday, 5-6:30pm
Croghan Lions Annual Election Eve Super Spaghetti Supper
The Croghan Lions will host their annual Election Evening Super Spaghetti Supper on November 4, 2014 from 5-6:30 pm. at St. Stephen's Church in downtown Croghan.
Prices will be $8.00 adults, $4.00 children 6 - 12 years of age, and free to children 5 and under. Take outs will be $ .50 extra. Delivery for shut- ins only is available in the Croghan, Beaver Falls, and New Bremen areas.
To arrange for shut-in delivery please call King Lion Terry Opela at 376-8639.
Dinners include thin spaghetti, meat balls, sweet Italian sausage, salad, bread and butter, dessert, and coffee or tea.
If you would like more information please contact King Lion Terry Opela (376-8639.)
November 7-9, 2014, Friday-Sunday
The Edge to host Health & Wellness Weekend
Over 60 Vendors(Psychics, Holistic & Retail Vendors)
Friday ~ 4-8pm (limited vendors)
Saturday ~ 10am-6pm
Sunday ~ 11am-3pm
Admission is Free and everyone receives a goody bag!
For more information call 348-4211 or visit ...more