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FIRST OCHS "SUMMER TEA ON THE LAWN" SCHEDULED FOR AUG. 31 The Oneida County Historical Society will be sponsoring its first annual "Summer Tea on the Lawn" at their 1608 Genesee Street home in Utica on August 31, beginning at 6 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person which includes beverages, finger food, and programs. The fundraiser benefits the society's programs and services, highlighting the rich history of Oneida County. There will also be speakers on related topics and door prizes. Tickets may be purchased at the historical society in person or by phone at 735-3642, or by contacting Betty Abel-Jellencich at 527-9093.

Tuesday September 8, 2015 - Adirondack Scenic Railroad introduces "The History Train". A ONE-TIME event that is FREE and OPEN to the public on a first come first served, reservation basis. Enjoy a beautiful trip from Utica's extraordinary Union Station to the foot of the Adirondacks in Remsen, aboard the historic Adirondack Scenic Railroad. Frank Tomaino, Joe Kelly, Mike Bosak and Brian Howard will discuss parts of our region's history on the way to Remsen and back. For reservations contact: Bethan Maher, Executive Director, Adirondack Scenic Railroad by e-mail bethanmaher@adirondackrr.com or call 315-724-0700. History Train Details...

 
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