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The Best Gifts from Schoharie County

Ian Flanagan Performance at Blackdome on Saturday

Written By Editor on 2/25/21 | 2/25/21

Ian Flanigan captures the hearts of listeners and can make any song his own as he recently did on NBC’s The Voice making his way to the top 3 in December.  Hailing from Saugerties, New York, Ian is a singer-songwriter that tours nationally with his family from their Winnebago Motor Home.  He has regional fame as the popular winner of the Best of the Hudson Valley’s “Best Vocalist/Best Artist.” Flanigan’s music – an eclectic blend of progressive Country/Americana and percussive fingerstyle - has been featured internationally and celebrated on stages shared by Blake Shelton, John Fogerty, Grace Potter, Tedeschi Trucks, Corey Glover, Chris Knight, and Dwight Yoakam.

This Saturday night’s performance was recorded in a small chapel situated on the grounds of the Beneath the Oaks Winery in Midfield, Texas.  We are grateful for Ian's participation in our first series of online concerts, and it is a perfect close to this winter’s events.  Join us this Saturday at 8pm to view Ian’s performance.  You won’t want to miss this one!

This performance will be streamed from our website - see viewing link below.
Photo by Heather Purvis
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New Exhibit at the Gilboa Museum

Above is the Lifestyles area of the Juried History Center. Other cultural history attractions include permanent displays on the old village and the Schoharie Reservoir, and rotating displays on School-houses and Neighbors. On the natural history side, our Devonian fossils (including a 3-D replica of the 385-million-year-old crown of the Gilboa Fossil tree found on South Mountain in Conesville) are truly a global attraction; and the Cox-Juried Pavilion, indoor and outdoor Children Activities areas, and a completely renovated Gift Shop with new space for social distancing and expanded stock will be waiting for you at the GHS Campus of 2021!
Gilboa Historical Society presents a short performance each week of winter 2020-21 by a rotating roster of musicians and story-tellers. You can be added to our mail list for reminders about upcoming shows!

Nancy Payne at the Gilboa Historical Society

Storyteller NANCY PAYNE tells of a woman breaking through the Kenyan expectation of a lifetime working in the fields. Wangari Maathai started in those fields, but got sidetracked through primary and advanced education, organizating Kenyan women in the fields, and became a model to redefine the very meaning of peace for the Nobel Peace Prize committee. Wangari Maathai combined social commitment, science, and activism to win 2004's Nobel Peace Prize.
..... Click here for the free performance from Friday, February 26 through March 5, 2021.

Next week, our rotation continues with Dave Ruch's music of upstate New York.
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Free Cancer Screening March 23rd

Written By Editor on 2/24/21 | 2/24/21

The mobile screening coach will be at the Middleburgh Bassett Clinic on Tuesday, March 23, 9:00am-2:30pm to provide NO COST mammograms and Pap tests to women 40 and over.  No insurance? High deductible/copay? No problem! Call the Cancer Services Program at 1-888-345-0225 to find out how you may be able to get FREE cancer screenings and make an appointment.  Insurance is billed for those with insurance.  Colorectal cancer screening kits are also available for men and women 50 and over.

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C-GCC Receives $258k Grant

Written By Editor on 2/23/21 | 2/23/21

HUDSON – Columbia-Greene Community College is one of seven community colleges in the nation selected by Achieving the Dream (ATD) to participate in a new grant initiative, Building Resiliency in Rural Communities for the Future of Work.

The three-year grant, valued at $258,000, is among the largest private grants ever received by the College, and is made possible by funding from the Ascendium Education Group, Cognizant U.S. Foundation, JPMorgan Chase & Co., The Community Focus Fund at the Chicago Community Foundation, and

C-GCC President Carlee R. Drummer, Ph.D., said C-GCC could not be more proud of becoming a part of the Achieving the Dream network.

"This partnership will enable the College to build on its momentum of strengthening and enhancing academic and personal supports, as well as narrowing equity gaps so that increased numbers of students will be able to find jobs that pay family-sustaining wages,” she said.

Achieving the Dream President and CEO Karen A. Stout, Ph.D., added “rural community colleges have long served as drivers of their communities’ economic and civic vitality, playing a critical role in ensuring social and economic mobility.

"As Achieving the Dream works to support our colleges in fostering diverse and equitable campuses, we are mindful of the importance of building a network that reflects the diversity of institutions across our country," Stout continued. "Building Resiliency in Rural Communities for the Future of Work adds to ATD’s experience collaborating with other rural colleges in our network as well as the nation’s tribal colleges and universities, offering new learning opportunities around the role of rural community colleges as workforce and economic development engines.”

C-GCC is the eighth State University of New York (SUNY) institution to become part of the ATD Network. Other members include SUNY Broome, Dutchess, Mohawk Valley, Onondaga, SUNY Schenectady, Suffolk County, and Westchester Community Colleges.

Founded in 2004, ATD leads a growing network of more than 300 community colleges in 45 states and the District of Columbia committed to helping students, particularly low-income students and students of color, achieve their goals for academic success, personal growth, and economic opportunity. The other colleges joining the ATD network and this initial cohort include:

Berkshire Community College – Pittsfield, Mass.

Clovis Community College – Clovis, N.M.

Halifax Community College – Weldon, N.C.

Louisiana State University-Eunice – Eunice, La.

Northwest Mississippi Community College – Senatobia, Ms.

Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College – Cumberland, Ky.

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Friday Fish Fry at OLW

The Knights of Columbus will cook a drive-by pick-up dinner of Fish, vegetables, roll and coleslaw at the Our Lady of the Valley parking lot on Chestnut Lane in Middleburgh on Friday, February 26, 2021, from 4 to 6 pm. Suggested donation $10. Proceeds will help defray the cost of the mandated fire suppression system of our kitchen.
Stations of the Cross will be led by Deacon Gary Riggi afterwards at 6:30 in the Church.

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Training for Private Pesticide Applicator Certification to be held in Hamden

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County is hosting a virtual workshop designed to prepare those seeking to become certified private pesticide applicators with NYSDEC on Thursday February 25 from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM utilizing Zoom technology.  The training will cover aspects of pesticide use and safety that will be important for those seeking to pass the certification exam.  The training will also cover NYSDEC certified applicator laws and regulations. There is no cost to attend; however, pre-registration is required.  Contact Corrine Tompkins at to register or for information on required next steps. 

Cornell Cooperative Extension is Cornell Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer. 

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Craft Festival Seeking Applicants

Applications are currently being accepted for the 41st Annual Friendship Craft Festival sponsored by the Church Of Christ Uniting in Richfield Springs. It will take place on Saturday, June 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Spring Park on Scenic US Route 20.

All safety precautions in effect at that time will be strictly adhered to for  both crafters and the general public.

For information, an application and festival details go to or call Carla at 315-858-1451 or Sue at 315-858-2681.

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Thomas Cole Museum Earns Two National Grants

Thomas Cole National Historic Site Awarded Two Prestigious Federal Grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Endowments for the Arts 

The National Awards Will Support the Site’s New Digital Education Initiative using American Art to Teach American History and its World-Class Special Exhibition in 2022 with a Guest Curator from the National Gallery of Art 


Catskill, NY – February 22 – The Thomas Cole National Historic Site announced today that it has been awarded two federal grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the National Endowments for the Arts (NEA). The highly competitive national awards support two new projects developed by the Thomas Cole National Historic Site that build on the organization’s history of programmatic excellence. The Thomas Cole Historic Site is located in Catskill, New York, and serves as both an international cultural destination and community cornerstone. The organization would like to recognize Senate Majority Leader Senator Chuck Schumer for his support of its work and these two projects in particular. 


The NEH awarded a “Digital Projects for the Public: Discovery Grant” in the amount of $30,000 for the initial phase of the project titled “A New Digital Game Engaging Students with American History through American Art.” The project will address an urgent need to support students in grades 4 to 8 in developing an understanding of the history of the United States from multiple viewpoints so they may better understand current events and the choices that impact our future. As part of the NEH’s “A More Perfect Union” initiative, the digital game will use art as an entry point for young learners to explore the history of the United States, specifically between the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, when the artist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) was active. Additional support for the project is provided by The Jack Warner Foundation.  


The NEA awarded a “Grants for Arts Projects” in the Museums discipline in the amount of $35,000 to support a new exhibition and publication entitled “Thomas Cole’s Studio: Memory and Inspiration” that is now scheduled for 2022 at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site. The project will explore the final phase of the artist Thomas Cole’s career by reassembling the major works of art that were in Cole's studio at the time of his death in 1848 and the important influence that the studio - which was preserved intact after his death by his family - had on the many American artists who visited to learn as much as possible about the late master. The exhibition is curated by Franklin Kelly, the Christiane Ellis Valone Curator of American Paintings at the National Gallery of Art, assisted by Annette Blaugrund, Consulting Curator and Former director of the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Art, NYC, and Kate Menconeri, the Thomas Cole Site’s Curator and Director of Collections & Exhibitions. The exhibition catalogue will be published by Hirmer Publishers, Munich. The project will be presented in the Thomas Cole’s Site’s reconstructed 1846 New Studio building in conjunction with a site-specific artist installation by Marc Swanson in the adjacent historic Main House created in conversation with Swanson’s solo exhibition at MASS MoCA. Swanson’s installation at the Thomas Cole Site will explore similar themes of memorial and loss.  


"The National Endowment for the Humanities is pleased to be able to support the innovative use of technology to engage young learners with U.S. history through important works of art," said NEH Acting Chairman Adam Wolfson.  


“The National Endowment for the Arts is proud to support this project from the Thomas Cole National Historic Site,” said Arts Endowment Acting Chairman Ann Eilers. “The Thomas Cole National Historic Site is among the arts organizations across the country that have demonstrated creativity, excellence, and resilience during this very challenging year.” 


“The Thomas Cole National Historic Site is one of the Catskill’s hidden treasures, preserving and uncovering long lost wall paintings by the great American landscape artist and sharing them with the world,” said Senator Schumer. “Today’s federal funding will make the site more accessible to all ages and shed new light on the final works of Thomas Cole’s life. I am proud to deliver this funding that will enrich the lives of not only New Yorkers, but also of all Americans, who can soon discover the gem that is Thomas Cole’s legacy for themselves.” 


“We are so grateful to have the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts behind us as we move forward with these important projects that aim to address some of the most pressing educational and societal needs of our time,” said Betsy Jacks, Executive Director of the Thomas Cole National Historic Site. “I’d also like to thank Senator Schumer for encouraging us every step of the way and for recognizing the educational and economic value of arts organizations in New York communities.”  


ONGOING EXHIBITION at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site 

+ The Pollinator Pavilion: A walk-in public artwork created by Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood offers visitors an opportunity to encounter local pollinators. The outdoor sculpture is free and open daily year-round from dawn to dusk. 

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Fun Music at the Gilboa Museum

Written By Editor on 2/22/21 | 2/22/21

from the Gilboa Historical Society

DAVE RUCH & PHIL BANASZAK LOVE TO PUT SHINE TO AMERICAN traditional music — fiddle tunes, sea chanties, cowboy songs, Erie Canal ditties, mountain music, western swing, and original materials that sound old-timey. But due to Covid-19, they have created performances for virtual audiences. Their music will be most appropriate to usher in 2021!
.....With Dave & Phil's permission, we will rebroadcast the songs from this wildly talented duo. Click here for their free performance from Friday, February 19 through February 26, 2021.

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Written By Editor on 2/16/21 | 2/16/21

New Yorkers rejoice… Carnegie Deli to debut this month for après ski palates, the first time the brand will have a presence at an American ski resort


WINDHAM, N.Y. (February 12, 2021) – Windham Mountain and its hospitality, catering and culinary partner Centerplate today announced the addition of the famed Carnegie Deli to the slate of food offerings for families at the popular Catskills resort, beginning Friday, February 12th ahead of the busy Presidents’ Week holiday. The iconic New York City delicatessen, Carnegie Deli, is known as “the world’s most famous delicatessen.” Carnegie Deli has been treating New Yorkers and tourists since 1937 with gargantuan pastrami and corned beef sandwiches and decadent cheesecakes. This is the first time that the Carnegie Deli experience will be available at a ski resort.


Windham Mountain and Centerplate will continue to employ strict adherence to all COVID-19 protocols to ensure a safe dining experience for all visitors.


“Since stepping in to enhance the dining experience at the mountain a few months back, Centerplate has been great at tapping authentically New York partners to create a more memorable dining destination for our guests of all ages,” said Chip Seamans, President & General Manager, Windham Mountain. “As we look to attract an influx of year-round special events, the addition of Carnegie Deli is the perfect update. Oversize portions and an over-the-top attitude… the essential New York experience.”


The following Carnegie Deli offerings will be available at these locations on the mountain:


  • The Hot Pastrami Sandwich at the Mountain Express Cafeteria and Seasons Restaurant
  • The Hot Corned Beef Sandwich at Seasons Restaurant
  • Potato Knishes at Seasons Restaurant 


“We are continually thinking of fun, new ways to excite people,” added Sal Ferrulo, Centerplate Executive Vice President. “And what better way than bringing Carnegie Deli, an authentic New York fixture, to the skiing and snowboarding community of Windham?”


This exciting venture was made possible by Old World Provisions.


About Windham Mountain

Windham Mountain Resort is a year-round destination in the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County, NY, about two and a half hours north of New York City. The resort offers 285 skiable acres, 54 trails serviced by 11 lifts, 6 terrain parks,


beginner packages, lodging, dining options, an Adventure Park, the full-service Alpine Spa, and much more. In the summer months, Windham Mountain Bike Park offers lift-serviced biking, and also features a three-mile-long beginner trail. Windham Mountain Country Club is an 18-hole public golf course with a private club atmosphere. Visit for details on these activities, and for information on upcoming events.


About Centerplate



Centerplate is a leader in live event hospitality, "Making It Better To Be There®" for more than 115 million guests each year at more than 200 prominent entertainment, sports and convention venues. From hosting VIPs at the Super Bowl to superheroes at Comic Con, the company provides hospitality services to North America's premier events. A Sodexo company, Centerplate creates unique, locally-inspired menus, best-in-class guest service, and one-of-a-kind experiences backed by world-class design and insights teams. Visit the company online, connect via Twitter @centerplate, Instagram @Centerplate_ or 


About Carnegie Deli

You were nobody ‘til somebody bough you lunch at the Carnegie Deli.  Founded in 1937 and located just offstage from Manhattan’s theater district, it became THE iconic spot for entertainers, celebrities, and comics to eat sandwiches the size of their heads.  We are known for our gargantuan sandwiches, smoked and cured meats, potato knishes and our creamy cheesecake.  The Carnegie Deli brings an authentic New York deli experience to deli lovers from all over the world.


About Old World Provisions

Old World Provisions is a fourth-generation family-owned food manufacturer based in Upstate New York.  We source the highest quality protein and ingredients to make healthy and delicious food for our friends and family. Every one of our products was meticulously crafted to bring today’s consumers authentic New York taste and flavor made with the finest ingredients.  Today, we have a deep respect for our heritage and four family generations later, we are breathing new life and sustainable ideals into old deli traditions with new all natural, organic, and grass-fed offerings.

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Rep. Delgado Meets with Local Leaders

BROOME AND DELAWARE COUNTIES, NY – Today, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) met with elected officials from the Village of Deposit, Town of Sanford, Town of Roxbury, Town of Bovina, and Delaware County to discuss direct federal COVID-19 relief. Last week, House of Representative Committees released their COVID-19 relief package framework. The package includes an estimated total of more than $400 million in direct federal funding to counties, towns, and villages across New York's 19th Congressional District. Rep. Antonio Delgado worked with his colleagues to incorporate this funding formula in the latest House COVID-19 package.

“Local governments need direct COVID-19 relief to continue essential services and get shots in residents' arms,” said Rep. Antonio Delgado. “Since last May, I've been working to secure federal dollars for our rural communities. My funding formula, which is included in the latest House relief proposal, would deliver over $400 million to counties, towns, and villages across NY-19. Today's meetings made it clear -- folks need direct federal funding immediately.”

“Congressman Delgado is a great asset to the rural areas in his district,” said Village of Deposit Mayor Bryan Moore. “I am a Republican and support Mr. Delgado as I truly believe he is bipartisan and party affiliation means nothing. At the end of the day we need to put politics aside and work together. Congressman Delgado understands just how important this is to get some real work done and provide aid to the American people.”

“The little guys, smaller municipalities and rural communities, have been forgotten during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Town of Sanford Supervisor Dewey Decker. “I appreciate Congressman Delgado's work to support Towns like Sanford during this crisis. He listened to our concerns, and I know he will continue to fight for us in Washington.”

“Delaware County needs direct federal COVID-19 relief,” said Board of Supervisors Chair and Town of Bovina Supervisor Tina Molé. “We are doing everything we can on the ground to protect residents and continue essential services, but we need assistance from Congress. Representative Delgado has been fighting for months to get our community funding, and I thank him for his work to secure this critical aid.”

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SUNY Cobleskill Fighting Tigers Weekly Recap

Written By Editor on 2/15/21 | 2/15/21

The SUNY Cobleskill Esports team lost a 2-0 decision in League of Legends Tournament action over the weekend. With the loss the Fighting Tigers fall to 1-2 record in tournament play and fall to a record of 29-17 on the year to date.  

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Suspect Arrested in Davenport Deceased Dogs Case

After numerous tips from the public and a subsequent investigation, New York State Police arrested a person wanted for leaving dead dogs on a property in Davenport. 

On February 11, 2021 New York State Police arrested Carlos G. Smith, age 33 of Utica, NY for six counts of the Agriculture and Markets Law Failure to Provide Proper Sustenance, a class A misdemeanor. 

On December 10, 2020 troopers were dispatched by Delaware County 911 to Smith’s residence on Pine Cliff Circle in the town of Davenport for a complaint of dead dogs.  Troopers located two adult dogs and four puppies left inside a crate outside of the trailer.  An investigation led troopers to believe that Smith left the area. 

Troopers applied for an arrest warrant and were granted one by the town of Davenport court in January.  A “Warrant Wednesday” post on Facebook this month looking for Smith led to numerous tips.  Smith was ultimately located and arrested in the city of Utica on February 11.  Smith was and transported back to Otsego County for processing and a virtual arraignment.  Smith was released on appearance tickets returnable to the town of Davenport court on February 23, 2021. 

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Weekly Schoharie Library News

Here's our weekly library news. Thanks,


Don LaPlant
Library Director
Schoharie Free Library

The Schoharie Free Library remains open to properly-masked, socially-distanced visitors during its regular hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, 11 am-6 pm; Thursday, 12 pm-7 pm; and Saturday, 10 am-2 pm. Details and community resources are at  

The library has recently received dozens of new books and videos for young audiences. Come by and browse our new collections. 

All our regularly scheduled programs are currently meeting online via Zoom. Here’s what we have scheduled for the coming week: 

Our UFO (Unfinished Objects) Club will meet on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 10 am to share progress and tips on their craft projects. New members are always welcome to join. 

Attend our Interactive Storytime with Miss Heather on Friday, February 19 at 10 am for stories, crafts, songs, and more.     

The second meeting of the newly-established Young Adult Advisory Council will meet at 6 pm on Monday, Feb. 22. This week the YAAC will be considering new YA books to buy for the library’s collection. 

The next meeting of our Writing Club will be at 6:30 pm on Monday, Feb. 22.  

Our Knitcetera Club is scheduled to meet again at 10:30 am on Wednesday, Feb. 24. 

The library is also hosting a “Using Libby/Overdrive for Audiobooks” program at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 24. Learn how to browse, download, and navigate the thousands of free, downloadable audiobooks your library card allows you to access. 

For more information or to sign up for any of these programs, contact or visit our Facebook events page.  

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Weekly Cobleskill Library News

The Library is open for browsing the first floor. Face masks and social distancing are required at all times. We continue to take every precaution to keep our patrons, staff and the building safe so if you feel unwell please do not come into the Library. The hours are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10-6 and Saturday 10-1. These hours may change without notice. You may fax, make copies and use the computers for 30 minutes. Public meeting rooms are not available and Library seating has been removed except at the public computers. Curbside pickup continues to be available, just give us a call to schedule your pickup.

 We are excited to share that starting the week of March 1 The community Library will be adjusting our hours and reopening on Wednesdays. The adjusted hours: Tuesday 10-7pm, Wednesday 10-5pm, Thursday 10-7pm, Friday 10-5pm and Saturday 10-1pm. These hours may change without notice.

The Library celebrates 100 years this month. For more information follow our Facebook page sign up for future Library News emails at

Both State and Federal Tax forms and instructions are here. They can be found in the lobby or can be delivered by curbside pickup.

The Library Wi-Fi is accessible 24/7 from the parking lot.

You have access to online books, audiobooks and now over 3,000 magazines through Overdrive/Libby using this link

You have access to databases and other resources with your library card through this link

Want to see what is new in our collection visit

The next Library Board of Trustees virtual meeting is on March 11th at 1pm. Meetings are open to the public however if you would like to attend please call the library (518.234.7897) and leave a message with your email address or email with your interest to attend.

Library Contact: 518.234.7897,,

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Veteran Presentation at the Gilboa Museum

Written By Editor on 2/14/21 | 2/14/21

performed at the Gilboa Historical Society

THIS WEEK: Recorded in November, storyteller Nancy Payne told us of three generations of veterans from her family—a grandfather who outlived his own obituary in the Great War; her father who served as a navigator in 35 bomber sorties over Germany in WWII; and her husband who was in the Strategic Air Command during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
.....Click here for this free performance through February 20, 2021.

Next week, our rotation continues with a rebroadcast of Dave Ruch and Phil Banaszak's seriously fun old American music!


This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered in Schoharie County by Greene County Council on the Arts DBA CREATE.

Please forward this invitation to friends who might appreciate it.
.....These performances
  • are short (won't impinge on time);
  • are free (won't impinge on wallet)
  • are straightforward (won't lead down a trail of links)
  • are FREE for everyone—members and non-members alike.

Please use this form to enter or update your contact information with the society, or pass it on to a friend for their use. Remember, we need an email address to forward each week's link (you can also access the link in the upper right corner of all pages.
.....Your status: You have a complimentary membership!
Please send feedback on your reaction to these performances, and let us know if you are having difficulty taking advantage of our internet offerings.

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Blackdome Performance February 13th

Written By Editor on 2/11/21 | 2/11/21

Saturday, Feb. 13 at 8pm

A singer-songwriter with an ability to silence a room with just her voice and guitar.  She was awarded Record of the Year, Solo Artist of the Year and Music Video of the Year at the 2019 Capital Region Thomas Edison Music Awards.  She has performed a number of times in Windham at Eastwind, and we are delighted to have her join Blackdome for this 2nd online concert. Tune in this Saturday at 8pm!
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Underground Railroad Presentation Available Online

We are so sorry many of you were unable to log into the Underground Railroad presentation. We purchased 500 licenses, but Zoom did not let people in after it reached 100 participants.  However, we did record the presentation and it will be available for playback tomorrow on our website (  You will receive a link to it once it is posted.  We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this technical difficulty has caused.


Click here for more information on our next event: "Railroads In Schoharie County".


Click here for information on "The Wild West: Miners, Cowboys, Gunslingers, Saloon Madams, and Ghost Towns"


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Sharon Historical Presentation on the Underground Railroad Rescheduled

Written By Editor on 2/9/21 | 2/9/21

Due to the overwhelming popularity of the Underground Railroad webinar and a Zoom glitch, some folks were unable to log on. We will be repeating this program on February 22nd at 7 PM. Join us for Exploring the Underground Railroad in Schoharie County - Upstate New York, February 22, 2021, at 7:00 PM.

Registration is required even if you registered before.

We hope you’re able to join us!

Or if you prefer

A recording of the February 8th webinar is available along with handouts on the

Sharon Historical Society website by clicking here.

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