Hundreds Throng 80 Booths At Cooperstown Spring Fling

Hundreds Throng 80 Booths

At Cooperstown Spring Fling

Taking advantage of the first fully sunny day in weeks, hundreds shoppers, strollers and the curious at this hour are making their ways through 80 booths of arts & crafts, books, handmade clothing and much more at the Cooperstown Rotary Club’s Spring Fling, underway until 5 on the Clark Sports Center’s front lawn. (Plenty of free parking.)  Above, Rick Jagels of Cooperstown tries his luck at the rubber ducky pond being operated by the Cooperstown Lions’ to raise funds for its Leo Club’s trip to the U.N. next spring.  Presiding is Deirdre (Donley) Crouse, incoming Lions’ president, and veteran Lion John Saphier.  Inset, Don and Rosie Hoag examine 48 gift baskets up for the asking at a Silent Auction.   There’s food, and also music:  Ah Coopella is performing now, followed by the O’Donnell School of Irish Dance at 2; Sky Parlor at 3, and Leroy Lytel at 4.  The Clark’s spring open house is also underway:  Sign up for a three-month membership and get the fourth month free.  (Jim Kevlin/

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