This Thanksgiving day (Thursday, November 26) there are numerous locations throughout Oswego County that will provide free dinner to those in need during the holiday. Here is the complete listing of each location.
Trinity Catholic School will be hosting Death in the Ivy Halls, an interactive murder mystery musical comedy dinner theater, on Friday, May 20, at the Oswego Elks Club. The fun begins with a cocktail hour at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and the show starting at 7 p.m.
The next Salvation Army Guest Chef dinner will feature Minetto United Methodist Church members serving up a turkey dinner with all the fixings.
Community Alliance Church located at 4175 State Route 104 will hold its annual “Friends and Sweetheart” dinner on Feb. 19 at the church.
The Oswego Salvation Army is hosting the final Guest Chef Dinner of the year on Dec. 1 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
A sold out crowd at The American Foundry enjoyed dinner made by some of Oswego’s finest chefs Friday evening.
The guests and chefs were part of the First Harvest Dinner, a celebration of local agriculture with more than 90 farms around Oswego County donating produce which has been freshly harvested. The dinner was a smash hit among guests who had the opportunity to try some exotic dishes such as roast elk with butternut squash and cranberry barbeque sauce and desserts like stuffed lady apples with amarena cheese.
The event sold out last week and with the overwhelmingly positive feedback the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County hopes to make it into a bigger and more delicious tradition in the future.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County’s first ever Harvest Dinner is set for Friday evening. On the menu is farm fresh products – grown right here in Oswego County.
Last chance to boogie down in your disco digs for a great cause as the seats at the “Murder at Studio 45” Murder Mystery Musical Comedy presented by Private Eyes Entertainment are filling up. It is slated for Nov. 20.
The Oswego Salvation Army will be hosting the next Guest Chef Dinner on Oct. 13, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the newly refurbish Citadel at 73 W. Second St.
The Community Alliance Church of New Haven held its annual “Friends and Sweetheart Dinner” on Feb. 20. The evening was full of fellowship, food and great entertainment.