Area residents can enjoy an afternoon of music during Harborfest courtesy of Springside at Seneca Hill.
On Sunday, July 25th, Springside will sponsor Ron & Nancy OneSong at noon and Dan Elliott and the Monterays at 2 p.m. Both concerts are held at Fort Ontario.
Ron and Nancy OneSong specialize in traditional American music, including country, bluegrass, western and gospel, with a repertoire encompassing many styles and eras. Performing as a duo since 1994, they have combined their talents to create a sound reminiscent of the past. The name “OneSong” is a reference to music being the “universal language”- ‘uni’ means one, and ‘verse’ means song.
Dan Elliott and the Monterays have the distinction of being the longest running band in Central New York. Formed in 1962, The Monterays were well established on the Syracuse scene in the 1960’s and continue to play over 100 dates a year. They will be performing â€œThe Great Song Book.â€
Along with providing an afternoon of music at Fort Ontario, Springside at Seneca Hill also provides all the medical supplies used by the Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) throughout the weekend. Each of the six city parks used at Harborfest will have a booth manned by EMTs that have been supplied with items that range from band aids to oxygen bottles.
Oswego Healthcare system includes the Oswego Hospital, The Manor at Seneca Hill, a skilled nursing facility; Springside at Seneca Hill, a retirement living community; an urgent care center in Fulton, as well as health services centers in Mexico, Parish and Phoenix. For more information, call (315) 349-5500 or visit oswegohealth.org.