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Kirkland Art Center Celebrates 60 Years of Art with Major Exhibition

The Kirkland Art Center is marking its 60th anniversary with an extensive exhibition, “KAC 60 Years of Art,” that showcases the work of many artists who have had an affiliation...

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“Emma Amos: Color Odyssey” Exhibition Showcases Works by Trailblazing African American Artist at MWPAI

Bold mixed-media paintings by a trailblazing artist who challenged society regarding race, gender, and privilege will be showcased in “Emma Amos: Color Odyssey,” on view June 19 through September 12 in...

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Utica Yeti Lacrosse Club Comes to Adirondack Bank Center

  The Utica Yeti Lacrosse Club announced a partnership with the Adirondack Bank Center as the home venue for their inaugural season.

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New Yorkers Choosing To Vacation In State Will Make A Difference In 2021

In a statewide collaboration coordinated by the New York State Tourism Industry Association, New York State residents are being asked to ‘Roam the Empire’ in 2021.

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Canalway Trail Draws Over 4 Million Visitors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – March 15, 2021 Media Contacts: Dylan Carey, Project Director, Parks & Trails New York (518) 461-1765, dcarey@ptny.

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Funding Available for 2021 Canal-Related Events

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, MARCH 17, 2021 Contact: Jean Mackay, Director of Communications and Outreach 518-237-7000, ext. 222 jean_mackay@partner. nps.

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Utica Native Donates Book to Support Youth and History

Utica native Kevin Byrd has donated 30 signed copies of Our Stories, Our Voices: Black Men Speak Their Truth to the History Center.

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The Black Family and the Tuskegee Airmen

Rome Historical Society (RHS) and the Afro-American Heritage Association (AAHA) will host a 43rd annual African American History Month virtual program on February 28, 2021 at 3pm.

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IntreXDesign & Associates and Oneida County Tourism Receive Graphic Design USA National Award

Local graphic design firm, IntreXDesign & Associates, received a national graphic design award from Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) for the 2020 Oneida County Travel Guide.

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For Low-Income Immigrant Students, A Virtual Education

The Midtown Utica Community Center (MUCC) online Tutoring Program will start again on February 2nd, 2021 to help refugee and immigrant children adapt to remote learning.

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