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July 19, 2018


Mars Viewing At Rice Creek To Feature New Start Time

Weather permitting, there will now be an indoor lecture each night at 10:30 p.m. and, from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., opportunities to observe through multiple telescopes Mars in Opposition — its closest proximity to Earth since 2003 — and at least two other planets, Jupiter and Saturn.

Photographer Jerry Maher captured first place in the scenic category of the Oswego County Visitor Guide Photo Contest with this image. To view other winning photos, go to https://www.facebook.com/pg/visitoswegocounty/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10156113170894064.

Oswego County Honors Winning Photo Entries

The Oswego County Promotion and Tourism Office recently hosted a reception to honor the winners of the Oswego County Visitors Guide Photo Contest. Recipients and guests mingled over light refreshments while they viewed a display of their winning photographs.

"WIngs" by Angela Arrey-Wastavino has been recreated into an 8'x12' aluminum mural designed to show motion and move with the wind by CNY Arts Center Mural creator Leslie Paice. The "Art in the Wind" mural has been donated to the county and hangs on the south end of the County Building in Fulton.

Art in the Wind Mural Finally Takes Flight

CNY Arts Center is excited to announce its next community mural project has been completed and found a permanent home. “Art in the Wind,” an aluminum mural designed to move and show motion has been gifted to the Oswego County Legislature and has been hung on the County Building in Fulton.

Cayuga Professor Wins Award For Novel About Historic Adirondack Family

Associate Professor Sheila Myers received the 2017 Best Book of Fiction Literary Award from the Adirondack Center for Writing for her novel “The Night is Done: A Durant Family Saga,” which was the third book in a trilogy Myers wrote about the historic Durant family, their business ventures, and their connection to the Adirondacks.

Bishop Commons Hosts ‘Learn and Lunch’ July 26

“Learn and Lunch” features a half hour educational program followed by a free lunch that includes soup, salad and dessert served in the Grand Dining Room. This month, Patti Chipman from Oswego County Hospice and Elena Twiss from Friends of Oswego County Hospice will discuss what resources are available locally to those diagnosed with a life-limiting condition opting for comfort and palliative care services.

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