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Canale’s Restaurant Helps Keep History Alive

On Tuesday, August 23, Canale’s Restaurants will participate in this year’s “Be Historical. Keep Our History Alive” project. Anyone bringing a special coupon to Canale’s to dine in, or for take-out, delivery, or frozen dinners that day, will have 20% of their purchases donated to the Oswego County Historical Society as part of this campaign. Shown at left is project chairwoman Meg Schneider as she discusses the fundraiser details with Canale’s owner Nick Canale. Coupons may be found at the August 18th Farmer’s Market in Oswego, at the Richardson-Bates House Museum on Thursday through Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m., from a Historical Society Board member, or by printing one from the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RBhousemuseum.
On Tuesday, August 23, Canale’s Restaurants will participate in this year’s “Be Historical. Keep Our History Alive” project. Anyone bringing a special coupon to Canale’s to dine in, or for take-out, delivery, or frozen dinners that day, will have 20% of their purchases donated to the Oswego County Historical Society as part of this campaign. Shown at left is project chairwoman Meg Schneider as she discusses the fundraiser details with Canale’s owner Nick Canale. Coupons may be found at the August 18th Farmer’s Market in Oswego, at the Richardson-Bates House Museum on Thursday through Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m., from a Historical Society Board member, or by printing one from the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RBhousemuseum.

As part of this year’s Oswego County Historical Society’s “Be Historical. Keep Our History Alive” project Canale’s Restaurants at 156 W. Utica St. in Oswego and 7421 Oswego Rd. in Liverpool will help support it throughout the day of Tuesday, August 23rd.

Anyone carrying a special coupon to Canale’s to dine in, or for take-out, delivery, or frozen dinners that day will have 20% of their total bill donated to the Historical Society. The finances raised will support the society’s efforts to keep the history of Oswego County alive and to share it with the community.

Coupons for this event may be picked up at the Historical Society’s table at the Farmer’s Market on August 18, at the Richardson-Bates House Museum from 1 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Friday or Saturday, or from one of the society’s Board of Trustees members. One may also receive a coupon by printing one from the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RBhousemuseum.

“We so appreciate Canale’s generous support,” said project Chairwoman Meg Schneider. “This will really help us keep the beautiful Richardson-Bates House Museum open for visitors and take care of the wonderful items in our permanent collection as well.”

The Richardson-Bates House Museum is located at 135 E. Third Street in Oswego. The museum is open for tours Thursday through Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. from April through December. For more information call 343-1342.