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September 22, 2018

Residents, Family and Friends celebrate end of summer with an Old-Fashioned Bazaar on St. Luke’s Riverview Terrace


OSWEGO – One of the much anticipated end of summer traditions at St. Luke is the annual old fashioned bazaar, which took place on the Riverview Terrace last evening (Sept. 10), a perfect setting for the carnival-like atmosphere enjoyed by attendees of all ages.

Having a “purr-fectly ” good time at the face painting booth during an old-fashioned bazaar at Luke Health Services are (from left) face painting artist Rebecca Mushtare, assistant professor of web design and multimedia at SUNY Oswego as she applies the finishing touches to a cat mask on resident Marilyn Manley; as Vivian Wardhaugh looks on.

Having a “purr-fectly ” good time at the face painting booth during an old-fashioned bazaar at Luke Health Services are (from left) face painting artist Rebecca Mushtare, assistant professor of web design and multimedia at SUNY Oswego as she applies the finishing touches to a cat mask on resident Marilyn Manley; as Vivian Wardhaugh looks on.

All the sights and sounds, from the smell of grilled food and funnel-cakes to children’s laughter coming from the bounce-around inflatable playground could be heard throughout the evening.

The ever-popular cake booth featured donated baked goods prizes and games of chance. Activities like face painting by Rebecca Mushtare and Michael Flanagan both faculty at SUNY Oswego, kept the fun going.

Musical entertainment was provided by “KTC Entertainment.”

“Our event captures all the fun and activity you would expect to find at any bazaar in the area and judging by all the smiling faces of those attending, everyone had a great time,” said organizer Diane Garcia. “We had a great deal of support for this event from our staff, volunteers and family members and we thank everyone who helped make our St. Luke Old-Fashioned Bazaar a success. A special thank you to the SUNY Oswego Adopt-a-Grandparent group, the Sons of Sam motorcycle club who showed off their ‘Choppers’ and mingled with the crowd as well as Randy and Ruth Shoults who brought their baby blue ’57 classic Chevy for everyone to look at and reminisce about  the good ol’ days.”

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