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St. James

Arrangements Abound At Annual Garden Club Meeting

Arrangements Abound At

Garden Club Annual Meeting

Bob Opalecky, Oneonta, left, helps Gary Buman, Otego, former owner of Gary’s Flowers, display a freshly made flower arrangement this evening at St. James Episcopal Church, Oneonta, during a demonstration at the Oneonta Federated Garden Club’s annual meeting. All the creations were auctioned off at the end of the event. After Thanksgiving, the club will be hosting the Greens Workshop at St. James Nov. 27-30 in preparation of its annual Greens Sale & Holiday Bazaar on Dec. 1. The public is welcome. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, JUNE 8
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, JUNE 8

USAF Brass Band Performs

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BRASS CONCERT – 6-8 p.m. Free Brass band concert performed by the US Air Force Heritage of America Band. The Foothills Performing Arts Center, Oneonta. Info, foothillspac.org

FILM – 1:30 p.m. Presenting “The Other Side of the Kennel” the documentary on the 100 year history of the Susquehanna Animal Shelter. St James Retirement Community, 9 St. James Place, Oneonta. Info, www.stjamesmanor.com

St. James Spirit of Christmas with Living Manger

Oneonta Living Manger Recreates Christmas

Carol Effner, left, reads the story of Christmas at the living manger scene that was put on my the St. James church on Christmas Eve. The stable, which was constructed in a carriage house behind the The Turning Point on Elm St.  featured Sarah Hunter and James Crosby as Mary and Joseph, Greg Hunter,  Fred Healey and Tarrah Smith as the 3 wise men, along with several alpacas and a donkey.
Carol Effner, left, reads the story of Christmas at the living manger scene that was put on my the St. James church on Christmas Eve. The stable, which was constructed in a carriage house behind the The Turning Point on Elm St. featured Sarah Hunter and James Crosby as Mary and Joseph, Greg Hunter, Fred Healey and Tarrah Smith as the 3 wise men, along with several alpacas and a donkey.
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