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September 19, 2018

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Forest Park.

Sandra Scott Travels: Exploring The ‘Queen Village’

I knew that Harden Furniture Company in McConnellsville was in the process of being sold and thought maybe they would have some great deals in their showroom. The internet said that the company was open so John and I decided to check it out. The factory was open but only operating on a limited basis but they hoped the changeover would be completed in a couple weeks and then they would be back in operation. However, it was not a lost day. On the way back, just before we entered Camden, we saw a sign for Forest Park.

The Oswego Players will present “Dracula” in September. Pictured are cast members Pablo Mendoza as Count Dracula, Derek Potocki as Abraham Van Helsing and Jessie Dobrzynski as Lucy Seward.

Oswego Players To Host Blood Drive To Introduce ‘Dracula’

Theater buffs are invited to mingle with the cast and crew of “Dracula” at a specially scheduled Red Cross Blood Drive, initiated by the Prince of Darkness himself. Apparently, there is a critical shortage of all types of blood (We don’t know why). The drive will take place on September 4 from 1 to 6 p.m. on the stage of the Frances Marion Brown Theater.

Show Schedule – OSWEGO CINEMA 7  8/17/2018 – 8/23/2018

Oswego Cinema 7     8/17/2018 – 8/22/2018 CHRISTOPHER ROBIN PG 11:55A 2:20P 4:45P 7:10P 9:35P CRAZY RICH ASIANS PG13 1:00P 4:00P 7:00P 9:45P DARKEST MINDS PG13 10:10P DOG DAYS (2018) PG 4:10P HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 3 PG 11:30A 1:50P MAMMA MIA 2 PG13 6:45P 9:20P MEG PG13 11:35A 2:10P 4:55P 7:30P 10:05P MILE 22 R 11:45A 2:30P

George Eastman House Museum

Sandra Scott Travels: There’s Plenty To Do In Nearby Rochester

Need a great summer daytrip? Check out Rochester. There are indoor places where you can escape the heat and outdoor things where you can relish summertime. Rochester was first called Rochesterville after its founder Nathaniel Rochester who established the settlement in 1811. It has grown into a thriving city with many exciting things to see and do.

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