HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17
FASHION SHOW – 7 p.m. Enjoy show featuring fashion from recycled clothes and music performed on instruments made from recycled materials. Presented by The Gar(B)age Band Drummers, The Revival of Apparel Club. Ballroom, Hunt Union, SUNY Oneonta.
PHOTOGRAPHY – 6 – 7:45 p.m. Presentation by photographer Kevin Gray on 1800s photography using wet plate collodion, used during the Civil War. Includes demonstration on making tintype photography using traditional chemicals & methods. Huntington Memorial Library, 62 Chestnut St., Oneonta. 607-432-1980 or visit www.facebook.com/hmloneonta/
COOKING CLASS – 6 – 7 p.m. Learn to cook healthy meals all will love, fit tasty food into a healthy lifestyle. Cost, $5. Continues 11/14. Oneonta YMCA, 20-26 Ford Ave., Oneonta. 607-432-0010 or visit www.oneontaymca.org
DISCUSSION – 6 p.m. “Environmental (In)Justice” with Rachel Kornhauser from the Office of Sustainability. Butternut Valley Room, Hunt Union, SUNY Oneonta.
GHOST TALK – 7 p.m. Area author/ghost seeker presents ‘Learning from the Dead,’ discussing her work, explorations in local area and Cherry Valley, Roseboom cemeteries. Roseboom Historical Association, former Baptist Church, Rt. 165, Roseboom. 607-282-4452 or visit www.facebook.com/RoseboomHistorical/
CLASSIC FIX – 7 p.m. Presenting film classic ‘The Godfather.’ In which the aging patriarch of organized crime passes his empire to his reluctant son. Tickets, $6. Walton Theater, 30 Gardiner Pl., Walton. 607-865-6688 or visit waltontheatre.org
WRITERS SALON – 7:30 p.m. After open mic, be inspired by theatrical riffs, rants, scenes, soliloquies presented by Karen Butler, actors Rachel Rissberger, Bhala Jones. Community Arts Network of Oneonta, Wilber Mansion, 11 Ford Ave., Oneonta. 607-432-2070 or visit www.canoneonta.org
CLIMATE GAME – 9:30 p.m. It’s climate change game night with game runners from Serenity Hobbies running 4 games. Co2, Terraforming Mars, Petrichor & Photosynthesis. No experience needed. Can we game our way to a greener future? A. J. Read Science Discovery Center, SUNY Oneonta.