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HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1

Percussive Dance Of North America

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LECTURE – 7:30 p.m. Join Mick Moloney for 2018 Buckley Lecture. Learn about Percussive Dance Traditions in North America ranging from Appalachian, African American flat foot, clogging to Irish sean nos, step dance. Donations welcome. 607-547-2586.

HISTORY SERIES – 7 p.m. “Scots-Irish Immigration and Defense of the Colonial New York Frontier including the Cherry Valley Massacre, 1740 to 1778” by Terry McMaster, independent historian whose research focuses on American Revolution in the Mohawk Valley, settlement patterns, family connections, border warfare along New York’s western frontier. Suggested donation, $5. Fort Plain Museum, 389 Canal St., Fort Plain. 518-993-2527 or visit www.fortplainmuseum.com/viewevent.aspx?ID=1032

In 30th Year, Wolf Wilde Doubles Jewelry Store Size

In 30th Year, Wolf Wilde

Doubles Jewelry-Store Size

Members of the Wolf Wilde jewelry store clan pause for a photo Saturday as they prepare to host an open house in their new store in downtown Oneonta’s Clinton Plaza. Parents Wolf and Janet Wilde are surrounded by their children, from left, Reuben Wilde, Leslie Coughlin, Karen Wilde, and Liz Pereira. The store was moved next door into the former Music Square, doubling its size. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Coop On Tap Moved Into Doubleday Lot

Coop On Tap Moved

Into Doubleday Lot

With the $1.2 million reconstruction of Pioneer Street expected to be in full swing by Cooptoberfest, village trustees last night reviewed and approved this map, shifting Cooperstown On Tap, the beer-tasting part of the annual street festival, to the southeast corner of the Doubleday Field Parking Lot, marked in dark green.  That event, sponsored by Town Square Media, is 4-8 p.m. Oct. 7, the Saturday of Columbus Day Weekend.  The street fair itself, starting at 10 a.m., will be on Main Street, marked in orange, as it has in the past.  The rest of the Doubleday lot will remain open for parking, as recommended by Police Chief Mike Covert.
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