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September 19th

Free Community Dinner, spaghetti, at the BrasherFallsMethodistChurch, 5-6pm.

September 19th & 20th

Rummage Saleat NorthsideCommunityChurch, 41 North Main Street, Massena, NY.

Friday - Saturday, September 19 & 20 from 9-4.  Leslie's Cinnamon Rolls, Call 769-6697 to reserve a pan.

September 19th, 20th, 21st

The North Country Revivalmeetings with Prophet Harold Wallace will continue at 6:30 pm! By a 100% agreement the people said "Yes" we want you to stay! The atmosphere was charged and the Glory rising as people come from many church's to be in God's awesome presence and receive their healing. Living Water Ministry, 98 Rt. 95, Moira, NY.

September 20th

The NorwoodKnights of ColumbusCouncil 2309is having a cabbage roll (take out only) sale from 9AM-3PMat St Andrew's Church Park Ave, Norwood. Cost is $3.00/ea. To pre order call Jim Murray353-2796 or Mark Tebo 353-8821 or Phil Regan 353-9917.

Turkey Dinnerat the WaddingtonMethodistChurchon Route 37 from 4:30pmuntil gone.  Cost for adults is $9, kids 5-12 $6, under 5 is free!

25th Annual Arts in the Park from 10amtill 3pmat GouverneurVillagePark, or incase of rain, at St.JamesSchool.  Artists & crafters, large used book sale, food.

Chicken BBQ Massena Moose Lodge 1110 4 Ames St, 1 – 5PM, or sold out, $8 per person, ½ Chicken, Salt Potatoes, Sides, Roll & DessertBenefit Lexi Love, 10 Cent Green starting at 6PM, Take outs available – 769-5720.

Norfolk-Norwood Figure Skating Clubwill be at the Fall Festival in Norwoodfrom 10-3. We will have registration, a bake sale, and used skates and apparel sale. Come see us in the park!

Country, swing and traditional roots musicplayed with bluegrass flavor!  Goose Landing Restaurant, Winthrop, NY5-7pm

The Local Living Venture (LLV)workshop entitled "HOW TO: Garden & Home Food-Waste Composting Made Simple" has been scheduled at the home of volunteer workshop presenter Janet Lomastro in Potsdam, NY. 

This is one of the most popular of the many workshops offered by the LLV and it shares the secrets to creating a compost pile that actually works.  The event will take place by reservation only at 10 a.m.and will last 2 hours.  There is a suggested donation of $17 general, $30 couple, $7 student, to benefit the Local Living Venture, with scholarships available upon request.  Contact (315) 347-4223  or LocalLivingVenture@gmail.comwith an email and phone number to RSVP for the exact location and what to wear/bring.

MCHS Hall of Famewill be sponsoring a Dodge test drive as a fund raiser for their annual induction.  Taking place in the high school parking lot from 9-11AM.  For anyone who signs up for the test drive, Dodge will donate $20 to the Hall of Fame.  Must be 18 years old to participate.

Ham dinnerwith all the trimmings and raffle, St Francis Church, Constable, 4-7 pm, Saturday, takeouts available.

September 21st

Anyone interested in local historyis invited to join the Morley History Group at 2:00 PMat the Morley Library to share stories, photos and memorabilia for the Morley area.  The Morley History Group is an informal group of local folks interested in the area history.  Gatherings are held monthly to discuss the homes, farms, businesses and people who settled the Morley area and the generations which followed.  During the recent Morley Community Summer Festival, members of the Morley History Group arranged for tours at the historic Trinity Chapel and the MorleyCemetery.  Members of the Harrison-Morley Grist Mill Association will be on the agenda at the September meeting to share their plans for the future of the Grist Mill.  For more information, call 379-9863 or email ptdom1@verizon.net For more details about the Grist Mill, check their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/morleygristmill

1st Annual Bridal Expoat the Massena Arena from 11amuntil 4pm.  Featuring all the best in wedding and reception service professionals!  Free admission, for more info regarding this event please call 315-769-3161 or visit the Massena Recreation Commision facebook page.

Come join NCPRat Bendin the RiverParkin Canton, for the NCPR Field Days and Human Foosball Tournament.

Details for the field days found here: http://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/support/fieldday2014.htmlwhich includes Music, DJs and Carnival Games for kids and more! Also, if you want to play HUMAN FOOSBALL, sign up here: https://secure.publicbroadcasting.net/ncpr/foos/form.pledgemainfor $10 per person, or $50 for a team of 5!

Greater Massena Ministerial Association is sponsoring a walk/5krun to fight hunger locally.  All proceeds raised will benefit St. Vincent de Paul society, Salvation Army, NeighborhoodCenter, and Meals on Wheels.  2pmat the 1st United MethodistChurchin Massena.

September 22nd

The Massena Democratic Committeeis holding a meet and greet with its candidates at 6:00pmon September 22nd. The event is taking place at the VFW. Everyone is encouraged and welcomed to attend.

September 23rd

GouverneurHospital’s“Lunch & Learn” Program will be held on September 23rd.   The topic will be “Know The 10 Signs:  Early Detection Matters” presented by Melinda LaPine, Associate Program Director Alzheimer’s Association, CNY Chapter.

The program will be held in the Former Kinney Nursing Home Dining Room from 11:30 AM-1:00 PM.   This program is free and open to the community. Sessions will include a presentation, lunch and time for your questions. Please join us and bring a friend.  Advance reservations are required by September 22nd.  For more information or to reserve your spot today, contact Bonnie Porterat 535-9309 or bporter@gvnrhospital.org

September 24th

Reynolds Retirees will meet for a buffet lunch at the Malone Golf Club at 11:30am.  All former hourly and salaried employees are welcome, along with spouses and guests.  For RSVP call Pat McGrath at 315-769-5997 by 9-17-14.

American Red Crosswill be holding a blood drive at the St. Lawrence Centre Mall from 12:30to 5:30pm.  Please come and give the gift of life, one pint of blood can save 3 lives!

September 25th

The St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency, the IDA Local Development Corporation, the IDA Civic Development Corporation and the St. Lawrence County Local Development Corporationwill meet at 8:30 AMin the Main Conference Room of the IDA offices located at the ErnestJ.LaBaffIndustrialBuilding, 19 Commerce Lane, Suite 1, Canton.

September 25th & 26th

Rummage Sale at the NorfolkChurchof the Visitation in Parish center behind the church.  9am to 6pm1st day, then 9amto 12noon on the second.  Baby items, household goods, tools, dishes, books, puzzles clothing for men, women, and children, plus much more!

September 26th

Pedro Card Partieswill be held at 7:00 P.M.at the LBSH dining room in BrasherFalls.  These Card Parties are sponsored by the Quad Town Senior Citizens Club and are opened to the public.  Admission $1.00.  Please bring a snack to pass.

Spaghetti Dinnerprepared by "Vino Vidi Vici" at the MOW Building, 70 E Hatfield St Massena NY from 4:30 to 6:30PM.  $8/pp or $30/immediate family of 4+, take out available - phone 315-769-5083.  MOW Radio/Telethon on October 3, 2014

September 27th

The Acapella North Choruschapter of Sweet Adelines International is ready to entertain and invites the public to their 2014 Show entitled, "Lovin' That Barbershop Sound". The curtain opens at 7:00 PMin the Canton High School Auditorium. The program will also feature a Special Guest Quartet, "Walkin' on Sunshine" from Kingston, Ontario. Admission is just $5.00. The Chorus will be collecting and accepting food items at the door to be distributed to local food pantries.

September 27th & 28th

The Norwood Model Railroad Clubis sponsoring its Fifth Annual Model Train, Toy & Collectible Expo at the Massena Arena, Massena, NY on Saturday, September27th (10am to 5pm) & Sunday, September 28th (10am to 4pm).  Admissions are still $3.00 with children under 10 free.  Come see 8 operating model train layouts of different sizes and gauges, visit our many vendors, and for the first time this year attend a clinic on model railroad scenery.  Fun for all ages. Weather permitting free miniature outdoor train rides for young and old.  Concession food stand is available.

September 30th

An informational meetingwill be held at the Morley Library at 6:00 PMto discuss a new handiwork/craft group for the Morley area.

If you are interested in knitting, crocheting, embroidery, quilting and other needlework, photography, painting, scrapbooking, carving or any of dozens of other old and new craft techniques, you are invited to attend this meeting and help organize the new venture. 

Tentative plans include holding regular gatherings to work on personal ongoing projects or to learn about new techniques. Other ideas include presenting programs specific to various arts and crafts and inviting experts in various handiworks to give demonstrations and advice.

The group will be free and open to the public and intended to encourage all those interested in various arts and crafts to pursue their individual interests in a casual, friendly atmosphere in the company of friends and neighbors with similar interests.

For more information, contact Pat Dominie at 379-9863 or ptdom1@verizon.netor Linda Smith at 323-0162 or coleman6ster@gmail.com

October 2nd

NorfolkAmerican Legion Auxiliary Unit 925is sponsoring Cabbage roll and or, spaghetti dinner from 12:00noonto 6:00pm  DINNER INCLUDES CABBAGE ROLLS AND/OR SPAGHETTI SALAD,BREAD AND DESSERT

EAT-IN OR TAKE-OUT FULL DINNERS ONLY $8.00.  Held at  AMERICAN LEGION POST 925RTE.56 NORFOLK,NY

October 4th

Craft Show at the North LawrenceFire Station from 9-4.

Gun & Knife show at the KoC hall in Brasher on CTY RT 50 from 9amto 5pm.  Many dealers will be present with all kinds of sporting items.  Cost is $3 per person, under 12 are free.  Concession stand open all day with breakfast served until 11ameach day.

United Church of Madridwill host it's annual fall bazaar from 9am - 3pm. We still have openings for vendors. Right now we have on the list: Scentsy. S&B Maple Products, ItWorks, Paparazzi, Thirty-One, Origami Owl, Mary Kay, DC Designs, Lia Sophia, Akwesasne Puppy Style Dog Biscuits, Phyllis Brock Wool Products, Debbie Billings Crafts. There will also be a delicious luncheon. We will also be running a kickball tournament in conjunction with the bazaar. Anyone interested in a vendor table or registering a kickball team can contact Tonya Moulton at 315-323-0647 or scentedwarmer@gmail.com

October 5th

Crary Mills Tri Town Community Centeris having a Pork Loin Dinner from 12:00- ? Dinner includes; Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Coleslaw, Vegetable, Rolls, Dessert and Beverage.  Adults - $9.00  Kids under 5 eat FREE.  Take outs available.  For more information call Twila @ 267-6413. Hall is available for rent.  Cookbooks for Sale$10.00

Ocotber 6th

Italian nightat the Parishville Fireman’s Hall, Rutman Road.  Complete Italian meal served from 4:30to 6:40pm, for take-outs call 315-261-4642 before 4pm.  One price for all, $7.  Hosted by Parishville Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.

State University of New York Empire State Collegewill hold public information session(s) about its associate and bachelor’s degree programs atthe St. Lawrence County Economic Development Center, OneStopCareerCenter, NYS Route 310, Bldg. 80, Cantonon:Monday, October 6, 2014at 4:00 p.m.  For more information, please call 315-786-6541.

October 8th

St. Lawrence County Office for the Agingwill be conducting public hearings at 3 locations. These hearings will provide older adults, caregivers, and other beneficiaries an opportunity to comment on proposed program changes and service modifications of Older Americans Act Programs.

Your participation and comments are welcome.

1:30 pm- MassenaCommunity Center, 61 Beach Street

October 9th

St. Lawrence County Office for the Agingwill be conducting public hearings at 3 locations. These hearings will provide older adults, caregivers, and other beneficiaries an opportunity to comment on proposed program changes and service modifications of Older Americans Act Programs.

Your participation and comments are welcome.

10:00 am- County Council Meeting, PotsdamAmerican Legion

(Lunch follows at noonfor nominal fee. If staying for lunch, please reserve by Mon., Oct. 6th, Sylvia 384-3155)

October 10th

St. John'sEpiscopal Church, 139 Main St.Massena, will be having a rummage sale on Friday Oct. 10th. From 9amuntil 5pm.  On Saturday Oct. 11th, there will be a two dollar bag sale from 9amuntil noon.  Good quality used clothing at reasonable prices and lots of assorted items.

October 11th

CRAFT FAIR:Helena Fire Station on State Hwy37c from 10am-3pm.  20+Vendors, Bake Sale, Raffles, Lunch will be served.  To benefit Helena Fire Auxiliary.

October 14th

GouverneurHospitalis hosting an American Red Cross Blood Driveon Tuesday, October 14, 2014- 11:30 am - 4:30 pmat the GouverneurHospitalEducationCenter.  Whether you have donated in the past or you are a brand new donor, every donation counts.   All types needed.  Participants must be of good health, at least 16 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds.   If the participant is 16 years old, parental permission is required.  Please bring photo identification. Walk-ins are  welcome.  For more information or to schedule your appointment, please contact Bonnie Porterat 315-535-9309 or bporter@gvnrhospital.org.

October 17th

The Holy Name of Jesus Academy Choirpresents "Sing Around the World," a free concert featuring folk songs and choral pieces from around the globe. 
Friday, October 17th at 7:00 PMand Sunday, October 19th at 3:00 PMat the Knights of Columbus Hall (53 E Orvis, Massena) 

Donations are gratefully accepted!

October 18th

Call the Covenand get your Witches together. The 3rd Annual Ogdensburg Area Zonta Club Witches Night Out is from 7pm-11pmat the Freight House Restaurant in OgdensburgNY.

Admission is $10 for those in witch themed costume, $12 for those in mortal clothes.

This year we are flying in (by broom of course) a special Guest Hostess and Conjurer of Ceremonies to lead the festivities. The evening will include music by Northern Lights DJ, dancing, cash bar, silent auction, contests, pose for pictures on our Black Carpet and more! Psychic Rich will offer Tarot Card readings (first come, first served) and trophies will be awarded for each of the following: Diva Witch, Scariest Witch, Sweetest Witch, Funniest Witch, Most Creative Broom, Best Shoes and Best Cackle.

October 19th

The Holy Name of Jesus Academy Choirpresents "Sing Around the World," a free concert featuring folk songs and choral pieces from around the globe. 
 Sunday, October 19th at 3:00 PMat the Knights of Columbus Hall (53 E Orvis, Massena) 

Donations are gratefully accepted!

St. John'sEpiscopal Church, 139 Main St.Massena, will present a concert of contemporary Christian music featuring the popular group ' Thirty 1 & mandolin

The concert will be held at St. John'schurch on Sunday Oct 19th from 6-8 pm. The tickets are $10 dollars each and all proceeds will go to the Massena Boys and Girls Club.  Tickets can be purchased at the parish office 769-5203 or at Phil and Jackies Gift Shop downtown Massena or you can call Helene Sharlow at 764-7433.

October 25th

Potsdam Rotary will be hosting its 5th annual Wheelchair Challenge at Maxcy Hall Field House at SUNY Potsdam.  4 person team elimination relay race, which not only provides wheelchairs for needy persons throughout the world, it allows participants to experience the difficulties one faces in maneuvering a wheelchair.  Entry fee is $75 per team of four which will be matched by the Wheelchair Foundation.  Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 teams.  Must pre-register no later than 10-17-14by downloading the registration form at www.potsdamrotary.org.

November 3rd

Italian nightat the Parishville Fireman’s Hall, Rutman Road.  Complete Italian meal served from 4:30to 6:40pm, for take-outs call 315-261-4642 before 4pm.  One price for all, $7.  Hosted by Parishville Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.

November 29th

The Holy Name of JesusAcademy(337 Trippany Rd, Massena) is hosting a craft fair on Saturday, November 29th from 10:00 AMto 4:00 PM.  Vendors may reserve an indoor table for $15 or two for $25.  Tables and chairs are provided, and lunch orders are available. 

Call (315)769-6030 to register. 

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