Home › AllOTSEGO › CANDLELIGHT EVENING SLIDE SHOW CANDLELIGHT EVENING SLIDE SHOW 12/12/2015 AllOTSEGO CANDLELIGHT EVENING SLIDE SHOW Singing carols in a chorus from Oneida County are, from left, Malloy Brouilette, West Winfield, and Natalee Collins and Valerie Ford, both of Waterville. Volunteer Patricia Berry of Oneonta was serving mulled cider again this year. Greg, Carolyn and Bubba Hall drive a team on one of the popular wagon rides around The Farmers’ Museum grounds. Mom Shannon Kehoe of Sherburne helps son Dominick, 4, from a horse-drawn wagon . Look ma, no hands, Abbey Andrews-Leise, 6, of Gloversville, tells mom Jennifer, whose parents, Bob and Cathy Andrews, who run the Turtle Hill B&B, Town of Middlefield. Dan Rudloff of Cooperstown and exchange student Paula Fernandez were drawn to the roaring bonfire alight on the Village Green throughout today’s event. 19th century and 21st century could be seen strolling side by side in front of the Bump Taver. Oliver Rickard, 11 months, of Hartwick , had the best seat of the afternoon as grandmom Mary Bergen and mom Liz Rickart wheeled him from activity to activity. Another tradition, Oneonta’s Catskill Choral Society packed them in again at the Cornwallville Church. From left are Leah Bridgers, Jean Fleck, Emma Kirsch, Sarah Patterson, Gary Lamont, Paul Scheele, Anne Dewell, Suzy Beddoe, and Peg Twasutyn. Cooperstown EMTs John and Alison Phillips, foreground, and Fred Lemister, enjoy the comfortable weather while recalling icy Candlelight Evenings past. Mr. and Mrs. Fezziwig (aka Gary and Abby Koutnik of Oneonta) welcome folks to the buffet line at the Louis C. Jones Center (and encourage them to attend next week’s performance of Dickens’ “The Christmas Carol.” Koutnik is a former Scrooge, now retired.) Framed by the ticket window, Lisa Bunch maintained a winning smile until the end, despite checking through hundreds of Candlelight Evening celebrants. CGP student Karissa Carlson from Illinois checks in the John Grampp family of Cooperstown. Because of the crowd, the table was set up in the parking lot to speed through cash-paying attendees. With an hour to go, celebrants were still showing up at the Candlelight Evening.