winter carnival fun


Winter Carnival Fun

Jim Kevlin/The Freeman’s Journal – Riley Dennis, 2, of Cooperstown takes her first horseback ride during the “Blizzard of Family Fun” event Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Cooperstown Winter Carnival. Leading her are Beth Heinrich and Quincy Chase of the Cooperstown Equestrian Center
Linda Cunningham, Cooperstown, marvels at the multi-colored quilts at The annual Fenimore Quilt Club show at the Coopers- town Art Association at 22 Main. The show opened for the 2019 Winter Carnival, but continues until Feb. 24.


Cooperstown’s Jack Stanton tries his luck at Irish Beer Curling, but instead of throwing the traditional “rocks,” contestants slid a case of beer toward the target. It happened Saturday, Feb. 9, in the parking lot of the Railroad Inn on Railroad Avenue. Ask organizer Dave LaDuke for the particulars.


Kelly Richmond and mom Shirley man the Creations by Kelly booth at the Winter Carnival Craft Show at 25 Chestnut, the fire hall, Saturday, Feb. 9.


Frankie Panzarella, 13, of Cooperstown, accepts a $500 check for finding the Winter Carnival Medallion. From left are dad Frank, brother Matthew, mom Jennifer and sister Emma, plus the family’s dog Rocco, who with Frank was with Frankie when he found the prize. Making the presentation is Jim Kevlin, right, editor/publisher of The Freeman’s Journal, Hometown Oneonta and


The Rev. Joe Perdue, Cooperstown Baptist Church, and his wife, Julia, left, flank the Rev. Elsie Rhodes, First Presbyterian Church, at Grilled Cheese for a Good Cause, which drew 250 supporters of Otsego 2000 Sunday evening to The Cooperstown Farmers’ Market.

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