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summer

Editorial: Charge!

Editorial:
Charge!

Summer has come and almost gone here in Cooperstown, and there have been more people visiting us than in 2020. The streets are abuzz with eager baseball fans, casually swinging their newly made bats, avid bike riders waxing eloquently about their explorations of the hills and valleys of Otsego, and lake lovers fresh from a full day on and in the water. The shop owners, lodgings and restaurants have seen an uplift in sales from 2020, and the village has begun to feel a return to post-COVID life. That was then; now, alas, we are in the throes of returning to that COVID life, as the Delta surge runs through us.
If we are lucky though, this, too, shall pass.

Another interesting note is the increase around town of electric vehicles, both locally owned and from afar. The parking lot of the Otesaga is a good place to find them, as are Doubleday parking lot and, until this week, the Dreams Park and the trolley lots. Sleek, somewhat new and multi-colored, the out-of-towners have brought their owners here for a tour of the Hall of Fame, a week at the Dreams Park, some good productions at Glimmerglass, a round of golf, some lake fishing and a visit to the Fenimore Art Museum and Hyde Hall, and they have come from as far away as New York City and Washington, traveling over routes laid out in their respective maps that display the whereabouts of recharging stations along the way.

Baseball Hall of Fame to begin Summer hours

Baseball Hall of Fame to begin summer hours

STAFF REPORT • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

The Baseball Hall of Fame is beginning its expanded Summer hours starting on Memorial Day weekend, Sunday, May  30.

New hours will be from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will last through Sunday, Sept. 5, the day before Labor Day.

Masks are required but disposable ones will be provided at the entrance for those needing one.

The Hall of Fame’s bullpen theater, Learning Center and Sandlot Kid’s Clubhouse will remain closed until further notice.

Tickets are $25 for adults (13 and over), $20 for seniors (over 65) and $15 for juniors (7-12). There is no charge for members, active military service members and children six or younger.

Go to baseballhall.org or call 607-547-7200 for tickets or more information.

 

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: Drive Thru Job Fair 08-13-20
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for THURSDAY, AUGUST 13

Drive Thru Job Fair

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JOB FAIR – 9 a.m. – Noon. Job seekers meet up to 25 local employers without leaving the car. Just follow the signs, keep your mask on, and get flyers/applications for employers in many different sectors that are currently hiring. Parking Lot, Oneonta Outlaws, Damaschke Field, Neahwa Park, Oneonta. 607-432-4500 or visit members.otsegocc.com/events/details/drive-thru-job-fair-in-damaschke-field-parking-lot-neahwa-park-oneonta-388

Online Poll 06.21.16

Online Poll

06.21.16

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