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Icons Of Rock Inspire Bobby Sharp’s Latest By LIBBY CUDMORE ON FRANKLIN MOUNTAIN

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or artist Bobby Sharp, Woodstock wasn’t just about the music. “I’m trying to capture the essence of the people,� he said. “Walking down the street, hanging out by the car, you can tell that they’re beautiful, you caught this moment.� It was that beauty that inspired his newest sculptures, “Woodstock ’69,� a series of glass portraits based around

photographs of Woodstock performers by Rolling Stone photographer Baron Wolman. “I want to sculpt everyone who performed at Woodstock,� said Sharp. “I want to do an installation, a wall 24 feet long and 10 feet tall at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.� It’s a mammoth undertaking, requiring Sharp to gut his B. Sharp Gallery on Route 28 to put in a glassmaking studio, complete with a furnace capable of reaching over 2,400 Ian Austin/ OTSEGO.life degrees. Bobby Sharp’s sculptures are based on Rolling Please See BOBBY, B3 Stone photographer Baron Wolman’s images.

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(ALPACA) FARM TO MARKET Summer Fun! Nathaniel Clapper of Oneonta flies down the giant slide in the center of the Gillette Midway at the 2012 Otsego County Fair.

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Christine Voulo is quite at home with her curious herd on her Fly Creek Valley alpaca farm.

As Herd Grows, Fly Creek Couple Open Outlet In Village Downtown

Dark Tales Told On Opera Stage

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Glimmerglass: “Passions� (Little Match Girl; When We Were Children); Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater�

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ne may have a ROBERT lasting memory MOYNIHAN from Hans Christian Andersen – one NIGHT AT deeply engraved from THE OPERA childhood. Children’s books of tales by the Grimm brothers are cleansed of most sadistic German realism – but Andersen? The Little Match Girl, freezing while trying to keep warm with the pathetic store she was to sell for bare subsistence? That enters the Please See OPERA, B2

hen Christine Voulo crosses Fly Creek Valley Road from her house to the barn, all 22 of her alpacas want to know what she’s up to. “They’re very inquisitive animals,� she said. “They come up, see what you’re doing.� Christine, a Bassett Hospital physician’s assistant, and her husband Christopher, a retired police officer who now works for Realty USA, moved up from Long Island and bought the farm in 2007. “We wanted to bring it back to what it was,� she said. Please See ALPACAS, B3

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ALL STAR PLAYS: Former Yankee and Latin Grammy nominated artist Bernie Williams plays jazz inspired by his Puerto Rican heritage and pop and classical influences. 8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 2. Gold seating, $50, Silver, $40. Foothills Performing Arts Center, 22 Market St., Oneonta. Info, tickets (607) 431-2080. CANOE TRIP: Paddle out to Deowongo Island and learn about the history and preservation of the island. Bring or rent a canoe or kayak, water bottle, snack and PFD. 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1. Canadarago Boat Launch. Info, (607) 988-7036. BLACKSMITHING: Blacksmiths from across New York State demonstrate old-fashioned tool and hardware making as part of the Farmers’ Museum “Step Back in Time� weekend. Free with admission from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday Aug. 3-4. Farmers’ Museum, 5775 St. Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-1450, www. farmersmuseum.org. JAZZ DUO: Ed Badgley and George Ehrmann play the tunes of Duke Ellington, Miles Davis and other greats. 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 4 at the Old Palatine Church, Rt 5 between Nelliston and St. Johnsville. Info, Roberta Rowland-Raybold, (720) 290-3885.

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Dark Tales At Glimmerglass OPERA/From B1 very soul and remains for a lifetime. It is most reminiscent of a common childhood trauma – the mixed messages adults send children, then contradict. After “Do this” the task is never completed well enough – no matter how the child accomplishes it. That is Andersen’s small heroine. If she had “survived” in the basic sense, she would have returned without enough money to experience another punishment for her failure. She is trapped in impossible adult expectations, lighting the pathetic little flames of survival, then failing. It is the ultimate story of the “double bind” and just as terrifying as the frantic imaginings of Poe or Kafka. The composer, David Lang, also uses a Pauline text, “When I was a child,” etc. Yes, when one is a child, one thinks as a child, but as an adult there may be too common regression. The incisive reversal, “the child is the father of the man,” turns aside St. Paul’s familiar phrases. A truism awaiting universal recognition is that most children are far more interesting than any adult mutations. The children’s chorus, directed by David Moody, was very well prepared; the soloists brave. Some use was made of the “echo” effect perfected by Orlando Lassus and other early composers, but was not emphasized. It should have been heavily employed for the overly repetitive concluding text. The music has the novelty of a small stage band accompanying monody – the kind of music some religious orders sing in Latin; they remain silent during all other times of the day. This reviewer found the score so flat and the language so repetitive that he forbears further comment – this side of becoming a Capuchin or threnodist. So translating light Italian verse is, as academicians repeat in chorus, “fraught with danger.” There is also an impolite tradition of Italian wit suffocated by Victorian insensibility, but it emerges at times in Mozart and especially with the Falstaff libretto by Boito for Verdi, with its delicious invective. All of this cast projected the English lyrics with clarity, a very rare achievement on any opera stage. The Glimmerglass production of “King” is a great comedic romp – a testament to human will and stamina – a work composed after the early deaths of two children and with a mortally ill wife living in a filthy, infectious lodging. Verdi, the truest genius, one inspired even in the darkest travails of poverty and loss, grants everyone joyful entertainment in this work, a renewing celebration of spirit. Great art gives everyone, no matter what difficulties past or present, the recorded sunrise of human achievement, the light for future optimism. See this production.

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A Pyrenees has become an able herder for the Voulos’ alpacas in the Fly Creek Valley.

From Farm To Main Street Store, Alpaca Raisers Take Logical Step ALPACAS/From B1 “And Christopher liked alpacas.” It started as a hobby farm, with seven alpacas, but the quickly grew to 22, including seven born on the farm, delivered by her 9-year-old son – and farmhand – Conner, who names all of them. The Voulos started selling alpaca products online, but Memorial Day Weekend they took the next step, opening Christine’s on Main Street, where fiber is sold by the skein, as well as hats, gloved, scarves and sweaters made by local knitters. “It supports the local community,” she said. “People are glad to have a store that isn’t baseball.” Chris is learning to knit, too, observing, “In this business, you have to learn!” Connemara Farm, as the Voulos call it, has two types of alpacas, Suri and Huacaya, which produce a different fiber. “The Suri fiber has more luster, but the Huacaya is more elastic,” said Christine, adding, “They’re very gentle. They don’t spit, at least not at you. But sometimes, they’ll spit at each other.” The animals, native to Peruvian Andes, are bred for their fiber. “It’s eight times warmer than wool, and lighter,” she said. “They just started issuing alpaca socks to the Navy SEALS.” In the spring, the alpacas are shorn and the fiber is

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Sharp is planning to talk with the Garcia estate later in the month, and hopes to have the piece completed by late July or early August. He is also in talks to create sculptures of Levon Helm and Richie Havens, both who died within the last two years. “I’m trying not to answer the phone or get on the Internet,” he said. “I need my creativity, my peace of mind.” In addition to the pieces themselves, Sharp is creating a line of clothing bearing his Woodstock images. He’s importing organic cotton from Israel and having the shirts sewn and printed locally. “That way, we can have a Made in the USA tag,” he said. Sharp has high hopes for those who view – or wear – his work. “When it hits the wannabes, the starving artists, they can look at this and connect,” he said. “I’m hitting the whole world.”

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way you look at it.” He’s done three of these sculptures so far, including Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin. But it isn’t as easy as Googling a Woodstock performer and taking the first image that comes up. He starts with Wolman’s image, and then contacts the musician’s estate for permission to use their likeness. “A lot of people are stealing these images,” he said. “I’m not breaking the rules, I’m getting permission.” When permission is obtained, he combs through hundreds of images, looking for all the right angles. “Of a hundred images, only seven of them can be masterpieces,” he said. Holding up Wolman’s image of Jerry Garcia, he explained the appeal of Wolman’s photograph: “Jerry’s cool in this picture – he’s not stoned, he’s not on heroin, he’s just having fun.”

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wspaper SHARP/From B1 “I need to set up this glass studio so I can do wild stuff,” he said. “With this studio, instead of taking three or four months to make a sculpture, I can do one in a month. That should be completed in about six weeks.” With 32 performers at Woodstock, the entire series would take him almost three years to complete. “I’m the only one in the world that’s doing this,” he said. “The rest of the Woodstock stuff that’s out there, it’s just kitsch, it’s people throwing garbage up.” He connected with Wolman to create his sculpture of Bob Dylan, a hand-painted, 18-by-18-inch glass and plastic casing surrounding Wolman’s image to create a “broken” image of the famous photograph. “It’s broken up, it’s beautiful and intricate,” he said. “It creates a different effect each

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Friday, August 2

FAB FIRST FRIDAY -- 5-8. Square dancing, game night, chair caning demonstration, music and a book sale. Main St. Oneonta. ART OPENING -- 5-8 p.m. Opening reception of shows by Simone Mantellassi, Doug Jamison and Walter Gurbo. CANO Gallery, Wilbur Mansion, 11 Ford Ave., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-2070. OPERA BUFFET -- 5:30 p.m. His Majesty’s Royal Repast: Buffet at Glimmerglass Festival. Pre-performance buffet inspired by Verdi’s comedy. Glimmerglass Opera, 7300 State Rte. 80, Cooperstown. Info, www. glimmerglass.org CONCERT -- 8 p.m. Former Yankee and Latin Grammy nominated artist Bernie Williams plays jazz. Foothills Performing Arts Center, 22 Market St., Oneonta. Info, tickets (607) 431-2080. Saturday,

August 3

COOP FARMERS MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Bounty of seasonal fruits and veggies, local meats,

fresh fowl, eggs, cheese, yogurt, honey, maple syrup, sweet treats. Handmade goods. Pioneer Alley (behind Key Bank), rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www. otsego2000.org ONEONTA FARMERS’ MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Locally-grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, more. Weekly entertainment. Main St. Plaza (in front of Clarion Hotel). Info, www.Oneontafarmersmarket.com STRONGMAN -- 10 a.m. Vis Vires Outdoor Strongman Competition. Annual event with weight classes for men and women. Fun to participate; fun to watch! Hosted by The Clark Sports Center, 124 County Road 52, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-2800, www.clarksportscenter.com CHURCH FAIR -- 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Baked goods, candy and canned goods, charity raffle, Attic Treasures and African crafts. St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 7690 St. Hwy. 80, Springfield Center. Info, (607) 547-8359. RAIL FAN DAY -- 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Special day for railroaders and fans. Track speeder rides, hy-rail truck rides, “Big Hook” wreck crane demonstration, maintenance of way track machinery demonstrations. Photographers special photo train departs Milford Depot 3 1 p.m. Milford Depot Museum and Equipment Shop facilities open to the public. CooperstownCharlotte Valley Railroad. Trains depart Milford Depot. Info, reservations, (607) 432-2429, www.lrhs.com. BLACKSMITHING -- 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Step Back in Time Weekend. Blacksmiths from across New York State demonstrate tool and hardware-making. Continues through August 4th. Farmers’ Museum, 5775 St. Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5471450, www.farmersmuseum.org. BENEFIT RIDE -- 11 a.m. Motorcycle ride to benefit Parisian Memorial Foundation. Oneonta State Police Barracks 199 Oneida St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 287-2766. SHOW TALK -- Noon. Lunch with Show Talk Speakers and Artists. Enjoy lunch with popular

opera artist. Otesaga Resort Hotel, 60 Lake St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-9931. GALA -- 6:30 p.m. Hyde Hall Gala. Info, (607) 547-5098. BLUES TRAIN -- 7-10:30 p.m. Cooperstown Blues Express on the Cooperstown-Charlotte Valley Railroad. Trains depart Milford Depot. Reservations required. Info, reservations, (607) 4322429. BAND CONCERT -- 7 p.m. Sidney Community Band plays popular music, marches, and show tunes. Pathfinder Village, 2110 St. Rte. 80, Edmeston. Info, (607) 965-8377, ext. 126. TWO BANDS -- 9:30 p.m. Luba Dvorak and Esquela play. $5. B-Side Ballroom, 1 Clinton Plaza, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-2053.

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HISTORY -- 1-3 p.m. “Batter Up,” Sports lovers John Pecora and Al Colone share their tales of local Little League with stories, photos and laughs. Bring your own ephemera and memories of Little League baseball to share. Sawrt-Wilcox House Museum, Oneonta. Wilcox Ave., across from Riverside School, Oneonta. Info, swartwilcoxhouse.wordpress.com BAROQUE -- 3 p.m. REBEL performs works by Bach, Gallo, Mozart and more. The Otesaga Hotel, 60 Lake St., Cooperstown. Info, (877) 666-7421. JAZZ DUO -- 4 p.m. Cooperstown’s Ed Badgley and George Ehrmann of Richfield Springs present the tunes of Duke Ellington, Miles Davis and other greats. Old Palatine Church,

Rte. 5 between Nelliston and St. Johnsville. Info, Roberta Rowland-Raybold, (720) 290-3885. CLASSICAL MUSIC -- 4 p.m. Jupiter String Quartet performs. Honest Brook Music Festival, Honest Brook Rd., Off Rte. 28 north of Delhi. Info, tickets, (607) 746-3770. LECTURE -- 7 p.m. David Cornelius, “Native American Indian Ancestry.” Richfield Springs Historic Association and Museum, 134 W. Main St. Info, (315) 858-0027. FOLK MUSIC -- 7:30 p.m. Big Galute) performs Eastern European folk music. Star Theater, 44 Main St., Cherry Valley. Info, cvartworks.org.

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LECTURE -- 7 p.m. David Cornelius, “Native American Indian Ancestry.” Richfield Springs Historic Association and Museum, 134 W. Main St. Info, (315) 858-0027.

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COOP FARMERS MARKET -Noon-5 p.m. Pioneer Alley, rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www.otsego2000.org BRITTEN -- 5 p.m. Meet Me at the Pavilion: A Britten Celebration. Selections from Benjamin Briton, stage works, folk song and art song. Experience Glimmerglass for the price of a movie ticket with performances by guest artists and members of the Young Artists program. Glimmerglass Festival, 7300 State Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-2255, www.

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT -- 12:30 -2:30 p.m. Francesca Zambello and Paul D’Ambrosio discuss “Exploring the World of Art and Opera.” $22 members, $25 non members. The Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 St. Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Info, registration, (607) 547-1461. ART CLASSES -- 3-4 p.m. Learn about Iroquois art and make a craft! $5. The Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 Rte. 80, Cooperstown. Info, registration, (607) 547-1461. HAUNTING -- 6-7 p.m. The Haunting of Hyde Hall. Evening of history, mystery and bizarre tales told by ghosts past and present! $10 per person, $9 kids 18 yrs. and under. Parental discretion advised for those under age 8. Reservations strongly suggested. 267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd., Cooperstown Info, reservations (607) 5475098, www.hydehall.org

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CLOSING PARTY -- 5-7 p.m. Amy Cannon’s “Chromatones: Collage As Painting/New Works on Paper.” The Garage, 689 Beaver Meadow Rd., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5475327, 689thegarage@gmail. com. DEDICATION -- 7 p.m. Hartwick Historical Society celebrates the completion of the last six Historic markers. 3623 State Rte. 205, Hartwick. MUSIC SERIES -- 7 p.m. Fritz’s Polka Band. Bandstand, Neahwa Park, Oneonta. Info, (607) 4326450. GALLERY OPENING - 7-9 p.m. “Artwork: Past and Present.” August featured artist, Barbara Michaels includes select pieces from Fly Creek artist/cider entrepreneur’s college and teaching years. August featured artist, Caroga Historical Association and Museum, 145 London Bridge Road, Caroga Lake (Fulton County). Info, (518) 835-2733, www.carogamusuem.org

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MUSICAL -- 8 p.m. Orpheus Theatre presents family-friendly performance of “You’re a Good man, Charlie Brown” at The Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown. $14 adults; $10 students and children. Also Friday, August 9. Call the Orpheus box office for reservations, (607) 432-9392. Friday,

August 9

COUNTRY MUSIC -- 8 p.m. Just Throw Money opens for country star Darryl Worley as he headlines the American Heroes Benefit Concert. $25 advance/$30 day of show. Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, www.oneontatheatre.com. MUSICAL -- 8 p.m. Orpheus Theatre presents family-friendly performance of “You’re a Good man, Charlie Brown” at The Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown. $14 adults; $10 students and children. Call the Orpheus box office for reservations, (607) 432-9392.

Saturday, August 10

COOP FARMERS MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Pioneer Alley, rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www.otsego2000.org ONEONTA FARMERS’ MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Garage Walkway, Main St. Plaza. Info, www.Oneontafarmersmarket.com ART BY THE LAKE -- All Day. Art by the Lake. Wine tastings, art displays from local artists, and lawn games. Also includes a plein air exhibition and contest. Admission comes with paid admission to the museum. Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 State Highway 80 Cooperstown. Info, www.fenimoreartmuseum. org. MEDIEVAL FAIR -- 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Crafts, vendors, music and more. Period attire optional. $5, under 12 free. Windfall Dutch Barn, Cty. Rte. 31, East Springfield. Info, (518) 933-2239. POETRY -- 1:30 p.m. Central NY Writer’s Workshop annual poetry and fiction reading. Huntington Memorial Library, 62 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-1980. LAWN CONCERT -- 7 p.m. Stone Soup acoustic music from blues to bluegrass, folk to jazz. Pathfinder Village, 2110 St. Rte. 80 Edmeston. Info, (607) 9658377, ext. 126. BLUES TRAIN -- 7-10:30 p.m. Cooperstown Blues Express on the Cooperstown-Charlotte Valley Railroad. Trains depart Milford Depot. Reservations required. Info, reservations, (607) 4322429. GIG -- 9 p.m. Rough & Lovely plays folk and blues with a healthy dose of humor. The Autumn Cafe, 244 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-6845.

Sunday August 11

MEDIEVAL FAIR -- 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Crafts, vendors, music and more. Period attire optional. $5, under 12 free. Windfall Dutch Barn, Cty. Rte. 31, East Springfield. Info, (518) 933-2239. CLASSICAL MUSIC -- 4 p.m. Laredo-Robinson Duo with special guest pianist Chih-Yi Chen. Honest Brook Music Festival, Honest Brook Rd., Off Rte. 28 north of Delhi. Info, tickets, (607) 746-3770. JAZZ -- 7:30 p.m. Hilary Kole sings jazz classics and contemporary. The Otesaga Hotel, 60 Lake St., Cooperstown. Info, (877) 666-7421.

Monday August 12

BRITTEN -- 5 p.m. Meet Me at the Pavilion: A Britten Celebration. Selections from Benjamin Briton, stage works, folk song and art song. Experience Glimmerglass for the price of a movie ticket with performances by guest artists and members of the Young Artists program. Glimmerglass Festival, 7300 State Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-2255, www. glimmerglass.org

Tuesday, August 13

COOP FARMERS MARKET -- Noon-5 p.m. Pioneer Alley, rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www.otsego2000.org LAKEFRONT CONCERT -- 7 p.m. The Saints Jazz Quintet Plus One. Bandstand, Lakefront Park, Cooperstown

Wednesday August 14

ROMANTICS HIKE -- Noon1:30 p.m. Explore the environment that inspired James Fenimore Cooper and Henry David Thoreau. Meet at Brookwood Point, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-2366. ART CLASSES -- 3-4 p.m. Learn about the family legacy of the Wyeths and make a craft! $5. The Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 Rte. 80, Cooperstown. Info, registration, (607) 5471461. HAUNTING -- 6-7 p.m. The Haunting of Hyde Hall. Evening of history, mystery and bizarre tales told by ghosts past and present! $10 per person, $9

THURSDAY-FRIDAY, AUGUST 1-2, 2013 kids 18 yrs. and under. Parental discretion advised for those under age 8. Reservations strongly suggested. 267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd., Cooperstown Info, reservations (607) 5475098, www.hydehall.org MUSIC -- 7:30 p.m. Walden Chamber Players perform music from Vienna. The Farmers’ Museum, 5775 St. Rte. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (877) 666-7421.

Thursday August 15

LOCAL AUTHOR -- 5-8 p.m. Author K.D. Ferguson returns to hometown Oneonta to celebrate release of novel “Torn True Love’ into paperback. Capresso Coffee Shop, 215 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 433-5233. MUSIC SERIES -- 7 p.m. Party of Two. Bandstand, Neahwa Park, Oneonta. Info, (607) 4326450. ASTRONOMY -- 9 p.m. View planets, star clusters and galaxies at the SUNY Oneonta Observatory public viewing nights. Free, open to all. College Camp, Upper East St. Info, Jason Smolinski, (607) 436-2620.

Friday August 16

THEATER -- 8 p.m. Franklin Stage Company performs Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” Chapel Hall, 25 Institute St., Franklin. Also Info, reservations, reserve@franklinstagecompany.org. THEATER -- 8 p.m. American Renaissance Theater presents “Summerworks 2013.” $18, $15 students, seniors, $12 kids. Cooperstown Theatre Festival, 7163 St. Hwy 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8671.

Saturday August 17

COOP FARMERS MARKET -- 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Bounty of seasonal fruits and veggies, local meats, fresh fowl, eggs, cheese, yogurt, honey, maple syrup, sweet treats. Handmade goods. Pioneer Alley (behind Key Bank), rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www. otsego2000.org ONEONTA FARMERS’ MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Locally-grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, more. Weekly entertainment. Garage Walkway, Main St. Plaza (in front of Clarion Hotel). Info, www. Oneontafarmersmarket.com GARAGE SALES -- 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Bargains galore at the West End community garage sale. Maps available. Throughout West End, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-4926. PRINTING -- 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Letterpress Printing: Step Back in Time Weekend. Watch the entire printing process, hands-on activities, and period printing materials. Continues through August 18th. Farmers’ Museum, 5775 St. Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-1450, www.farmersmuseum.org. BOOK SIGNING -- 1-3 p.m. Erik Schlimmer signs copies “Blue Line to Blue Line.” Green Toad Bookstore, 198 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 433-8898. THEATER -- 2 p.m., 8 p.m. Franklin Stage Company performs Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” Chapel Hall, 25 Institute St., Franklin. Info, reservations, reserve@franklinstagecompany.org. THEATER -- 3 p.m. American Renaissance Theater presents “Summerworks 2013.” Also at 8 p.m. $18, $15 students, seniors, $12 kids. Cooperstown Theatre Festival, 7163 St. Hwy 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8671. FISHING DERBY -- 4 p.m. Free kid’s “catch and release” fishing contest. Bring pole, bait and clean bucket. Neahwa Park, Oneonta. Info, registration (607) 432-0680. BUFFET AT FESTIVAL -- 6 p.m. His Majesty’s Royal Repast: Buffet at Glimmerglass Festival Pre-performance buffet inspired by Verdi’s comedy. Glimmerglass Opera, 7300 State Route 80, Cooperstown. Info, www. glimmerglass.org. BLUES TRAIN -- 7-10:30 p.m. Cooperstown Blues Express on the Cooperstown-Charlotte Valley Railroad. Trains depart Milford Depot. Reservations required.

Info, reservations, (607) 4322429. BLUES CONCERT -- 7 p.m. The Blues Maneuver. Pathfinder Village, 2110 St. Rt. 80 Edmeston. Info, (607) 965-8377, ext. 126. TANYA TUCKER -- Country legend performs at Foothills performing Arts Center, 24 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 431-2080, info@foothillspac.org, www.foothillspac.org

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THEATER -- 2 p.m., Franklin Stage Company performs Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” Chapel Hall, 25 Institute St., Franklin. Info, reservations, reserve@franklinstagecompany. org. GOLF TOURNAMENT -- 2:30 p.m. Lyn Edinger Memorial Golf Tournament with cash and gift certificate prizes. Meadow Links Golf Course, Cty. Hwy 27, Richfield Springs. Info, Ellen Tillapaugh, 547 5646, cooperstownrotaryfoundation@gmail. com. THEATER -- 3 p.m. American Renaissance Theater presents “Summerworks 2013.” Also at 8 p.m. $18, $15 students, seniors, $12 kids. Cooperstown Theatre Festival, 7163 St. Hwy 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8671.

Monday, August 19

CONCERT SERIES -- 7-9 p.m. “Bourbon & Branch” and “The Mountebank Bros.” at Smithy Concert Series. Smith Center for the Arts, 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, reserve tickets, (607) 547-8671, events@ smithyarts.org

Tuesday, August 20

LAKEFRONT CONCERT -- 7 p.m. Flame. Bandstand, Lakefront Park, Cooperstown

Wednesday August 21

ART CLASSES -- 3-4 p.m. Learn about The Hudson River School and make a craft! $5. The Fenimore Art Museum, 5798 Rt 80, Cooperstown. Info, registration, (607) 547-1461. HAUNTING -- 6-7 p.m. The Haunting of Hyde Hall. evening

of history, mystery and bizarre tales told by ghosts past and present! $10 per person, $9 kids 18 yrs and under. parental discretion advised for those under age 8. Reservations strongly suggested. 267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd., Cooperstown Info, reservations (607) 5475098, www.hydehall.org CHAMBER MUSIC -- 7:30 p.m. Cooperstown Summer Music Festival finale. The Farmers’ Museum, 5775 St. Rt. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (877) 6667421.

Thursday August 22

BRITTEN -- 3 p.m. Meet Me at the Pavilion: A Britten Celebration. Selections from Benjamin Briton, stage works, folk song and art song. Experience Glimmerglass for the price of a movie ticket with performances by guest artists and members of the Young Artists program. Glimmerglass Festival, 7300 State Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-2255, www. glimmerglass.org

Friday August 23

THEATER -- 8 p.m. “The Compleat Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)” Cooperstown Theatre Festival at 7163 County Highway 80. Info, tickets, director@ smithyarts.org.

Saturday, August 24

LONG DRIVE CONTEST -- Meadow Links Golf Course, Allen’s Lake Road, between Rte. 20 and Rte. 80, Richfield Springs, NY. Info, (315) 8581646, www.meadowlinnks.com COOP FARMERS MARKET -- 8 a.m.-2 p.m. sweet treats. Handmade goods. Pioneer Alley (behind Key Bank), rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www. otsego2000.org ONEONTA FARMERS’ MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Garage Walkway, Main St. Plaza (in front of Clarion Hotel). Info, www.Oneontafarmersmarket.com ENGINE SHOW -- 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Annual Antique Engine Show and Fly Creek Day Tent Sale. Exhibition of restored gas engines and farm machinery. Included in Fly Creek Day with

yard sales, food vending and entertainment. Free admission. Fly Creek Cider Mill and Orchard, 288 Goose St., Fly Creek. Info, www.flycreekcidermill.com. BOOK SIGNING -- 2-4 p.m. Kris Neilson signs copies of “Children of the Core.” Green Toad Bookstore, 198 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 433-8898. CONCERT --7 p.m. Monkey and the Crowbar rock out to Dylan, The Grateful Dead, Neil Young, Jimmy Buffet and more. Pathfinder Village, 2110 St. Rt. 80 Edmeston. Info, (607) 9658377, ext. 126. THEATER-- 8 p.m. “The Compleat Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)” Cooperstown Theatre Festival at 7163 County Highway 80. Info, tickets, director@ smithyarts.org.

Sunday, August 25

THEATER-- 3 p.m. “The Compleat Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)” Cooperstown Theatre Festival at 7163 County Highway 80. Info, tickets, director@ smithyarts.org.

Monday, August 26

COMMUNITY DAY -- 10 a.m.noon. Bassett Hospital hosts “End of Life--What You Need to Know” at the Bassett Hall Chapel, 1 Atwell Rd, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-3640. CONCERT SERIES -- 7-9 p.m. “Erin Harkes Band” at Smithy Concert Series. Smithy Center for the Arts, 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, reserve

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LAKEFRONT CONCERT -- 7 p.m. The Donny Brooks. Bandstand, Lakefront Park, Cooperstown. BLUES TRAIN -- 7-10:30 p.m. Cooperstown Blues Express on the Cooperstown-Charlotte Valley Railroad. Trains depart Milford Depot. Reservations required. Info, reservations, (607) 4322429.

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DINNER TRAIN -- 7-10:30 p.m. Brooks BBQ Dinner Train on the Cooperstown-Charlotte Valley Railroad. Trains depart Milford Depot. Reservations required. Info, reservations, (607) 4322429.

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