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ickets for the Syracuse Monster Jam show on April 7 are now on sale. Event gates open at 5:30 p.m.; show starts at 7 p.m. This marks the eighth consecutive year Monster Jam has been h e l d at the Carrier Dome. The new season will bring motorsport fans to the edge of their seats with adrenaline-charged, high-flying, four-wheel excitement that is fun for the entire family. Monster Jam events are affordably priced for the whole family, with seats starting at $16. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit monsterjam.com. Monster Jam is one of the only sports where male and female world-class drivers, some generational rivals, are equals competing for the same championship on the same track. In 2018, for the first time, fans in every city will have the chance to vote for the truck winner in the two-wheel and freestyle competitions with real-time, in-stadium fan voting on their smartphones. Featured Monster Jam Trucks and Drivers (subject to change): Grave Digger driven by Adam Anderson; Max-D driven by Neil Elliott; Mutant driven by Todd LeDuc; VP Racing Fuels’ Mad Scientist driven by Lee O’Donnell; Whiplash driven by Brianna Mahon; Great Clips Mohawk Warrior driven by Bryce Kenny; Hooked driven by Bryan Wright; Stone Crusher driven by Steve Sims; Jester driven by Matt Pagliarulo;

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Xtermigator driven by J.R. McNeal; Ice Cream Man driven by Roy Pridgeon; Bad News Travels Fast driven by Brandon Derrow; Bad Company driven by John Gordon; and Xtreme Diesel driven by Dave Radzierez. Tickets start at $16. Pit Party passes are $10. A limited number of Pit Party Early Access Passes are available for $30. Tickets and Pit Party passes can be purchased online at monsterjam.com, at the Carrier Dome Box Office, at all Ticketmaster retail outlets, or by phone at 1-800-745-3000. For more information visit MonsterJam.com.

Party in the pits The “Party in the Pits” will be held from 2:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 7, on the Carrier Dome floor. The Pit Party gives fans the opportunity to get a view of the trucks up close and meet the drivers of the massive Monster Jam trucks. Attendees can get autographs from Monster Jam drivers until 5 p.m. Additionally, a limited number of Pit Party Early Access Passes are available this year for fans. The upgraded pass provides one-hour early entry into the Pit Party from 1:30-2:30 p.m., in addition to entry to the regular Pit Party 2:30-5:30 p.m. Both the Pit Party Early Access Pass and Pit Party passes need to be accompanied by an event ticket.

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Thursday, March 15 The Age of Love Film Screening

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5:30-7:30 p.m.,Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St., Syracuse. Free, public screening, co-sponsored by Bousquet Holstein PLLC, followed by a live Q&A with the director. An unprecedented speed dating event for 70- to 90-year-olds serves as the backdrop for “The Age of Love,” an alternately poignant and funny look at the search for love among the senior set. RSVP requested but not required to Emilee Lawson Hatch at 315-706-8585 or elawsonhatch@bhlawpllc.com.

Open Figure Drawing

6-8 p.m., Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St.; 315-4746064, everson.org. Enjoy an evening of figure drawing through the study of a nude model. Bring your own sketchbooks and pencils. Some easels will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. In collaboration with Open Figure Drawing. Free.

Weekend CNY Home & Garden Show Thursday-Sunday, New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse; 315-463-6261, hbrcny.com. One the largest events of its kind in the northeast, with more than 400 exhibitors showcasing the best and most innovative trends in home renovations, remodeling and landscaping. Tickets are $10.

Milkweed

8-10 p.m. Friday, May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society, 3800 E. Genesee St., Syracuse; folkus.org. Milkweed is the collaboration of three artists - Joseph Alston (guitar and vocals), Jacqualine Colombo (guitar and vocals) and Peter Lister (upright bass and vocals), performing their own brand of American song and story telling. Tickets: $15.

Digging Up the Past with Archaeology

9:30–11 a.m. Saturday, Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology, Syracuse; most.org. Junior Café Scientifique will feature Andrea Zlotucha Kozub, MA, project director, Binghamton University Public Archaeology Facility,

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Celtic Woman the multi-platinum international music sensation, is returning with a brand new live show for an extensive North American tour beginning Spring 2018 with a stop in Syracuse on March 31 at Landmark Theatre. The much-anticipated concert, “Homecoming,” will play in more than 90 U.S. and Canadian cities from coast-tocoast and celebrates Ireland’s rich musical and cultural heritage and coincides with their new album. For more information about the group visit celticwoman.com.

who who discuss digging through the past at archaeological sites in our region and beyond. A light breakfast is provided, and participants must be accompanied by an adult. The event is free, but TACNY asks that you RSVP to jrcafe@tacny.org. After the event, participants are welcome to explore the museum for free.

Syracuse Crunch vs. Laval Rocket

7 p.m. Saturday, War Memorial Arena at 800 S. State St.; syracusecrunch.com, 315-473-4444. Come see some hockey action in downtown Syracuse.

Chiara Quartet

7:30 p.m. Saturday, H. W. Smith Elementary School, 1130 Salt Springs Road, Syracuse; syrfcm.org. This group recently served as Quartet-inResidence at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. The program includes music by Debussy, Jalbert and

Shostakovich. Ticket s are $25, senior $20, students get in free.

bunny. Advance reservations required, space is limited and dates fill quickly.

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7:30 p.m. Saturday, The Oncenter Civic Center Theaters, 421 Montgomery St.; experiencesymphoria.org. This magical celebration of the Emerald Isle features Maria Kaneko Millar, a violinist whose credits include 170 performances as solo dancing fiddler in “Riverdance On Broadway” and the North American and Asian Tours of “Riverdance: The Show.” Ticket prices vary.

Breakfast with the Bunny

9 a.m. or 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Syracuse. Come visit the Easter Bunny and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with the

Come to the parade!

The 36th Annual Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade will be held starting at noon on St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday, March 17, in Downtown Syracuse. For route and more information visit syracusestpatricksparade.org.

10 a.m. Sunday, Onondaga Lake Park, 106 Lake Drive, Liverpool; irishroadbowling.org. This game is part golf, part bocce, part bowling, where you hurl (underhanded) a small 28 oz. cannonball along a two mile “country road” and scoring is similar to golf - the least amount of throws needed to complete the course wins. Teams of four will compete against other teams to see who can cross the finish line in the fewest number of throws. Registration opens Feb. 1; cost is $100 per four-person team.

MasterWorks Chorale Song and Spirit with Chamber Orchestra

4 p.m. Sunday, St. Mary’s Church, 15 Clark Street, Auburn; masterworkscny.org. Cost: Adults $15; Seniors (60 and older) $10; Students age 18 and younger free

Pysanka Egg Workshop

1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, First United Methodist Church, 116 West Grove St., Oneida. Artist, Educator Linda Evans will lead participants through the steps and techniques in creating a traditional Ukrainian Pysanka Egg. All

materials will be provided. This workshop is for adults and children aged 13 years and up. Cost is $25; space is limited to 20 participants. For more information contact the Madison County Historical Society at 315-363-4136, or history@mchs1900.org.

Wednesday, March 21 Spring Herbal Hors d’oeuvres

1 p.m., Beaver Lake Nature Center, Baldwinsville; 315-638-2519. Learn how to make several appetizing appetizers that incorporate herbs. Explore the many different aromatic herb choices that make for a unique taste and presentation. Cost: $11; advance registration required.

Friday, March 23

Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen

8-10:30 p.m., Nelson Odeon, 4035 Nelson Road; nelsonodeon.com. Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen were named IBMA’s 2016 Instrumental Group of the Year for the second time, with a third nomination in 2017. Their critically acclaimed album Cold Spell earned a 2015 GRAMMY nomination for Best Bluegrass Album of the Year. Admission: $28. Calendar

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Walking the runway to help keep families together Tenth Annual Bella Casa Fashion Show benefits Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central New York will host its annual Bella Casa Fashion Show on Thursday, April 5, at the Holiday Inn in Liverpool. Now in its 10th year, the annual event helps raise much-needed funds to support the guest families who rely on the CNY Ronald McDonald House each year as a comfortable and affordable place to stay together when they are going through the unthinkable. Beginning at 5:30 p.m., community

members are invited to join the organization and enjoy hors d’oeuvres, drinks and food stations, and go shopping at over 30 local vendors. Vendor booths will feature clothing, jewelry, handbags, health and beauty products and various services. Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in a silent auction featuring a mobile bidding capability allowing participants to bid on various themed baskets directly from their own mobile phones. In addition to auction items, assorted raffle prizes will be given away throughout the evening. The main event of the evening, the fashion show, will start at 7:30 p.m. More

than 40 community members representing local media groups, businesses, organizations, health care facilities and more will model the latest fashions for men, women and children. Fashions will be provided by local shops and boutiques, including Giovanni’s Tuxedos, Indie Kids, Jet Black, Koolakian’s Menswear, Mr. Shop, Showoffs Boutique, Spybaby Boutique and The Changing Room. The CNY Ronald McDonald House serves as a temporary home for families who travel to Syracuse from across New York state and northern Pennsylvania, and in some cases, foreign countries. The House provides the convenience of a pri-

vate room and warm bed, a home-cooked meal and supportive environment, all while keeping families whose children are seriously ill or injured close to Syracusearea hospitals and medical centers. Each year, the organization continues to see an increase in its occupancy rate. With a growing number of families to serve, community events like the Bella Casa Fashion Show are important for the organization to help offset its annual operating costs and support those families in need. Tickets for the Bella Casa Fashion Show can be purchased online at rmhcny.org or by calling 315-476-1027.

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Crouse Health appoints new chief financial officer Crouse Health has announced the appointment of Michael Tengeres as chief financial officer. A native of Western New York, Tengeres will assume the position April 30. Tengeres has served most recently as corporate vice president and chief financial officer for Bassett Healthcare Network in Cooperstown, where he was responsible for the integrated healthcare system’s financial operations, including long-range forecasting, operating and capital budget development. Prior to Bassett, Tengeres was senior director for international finance operations for the Cleveland Clinic, where he helped establish the full spectrum of financial operations for the

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Saturday, March 24 Symphoria Masterworks Series: Mendelssohn & Mahler

7:30 p.m., The Oncenter Civic Center Theaters; experiencesymphoria.org. Symphoria celebrates Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday with his “Three Dance Episodes” from “On the Town” before dazzling violinist Chee Yun performs Mendelssohn’s “Violin Concerto.” Ticket prices vary.

Maria Gillard Trio

8 p.m., All Saints Church and Parish Center, 1342 Lancaster Ave.; folkus.org. This talented singer/songwriter from the Finger Lakes Region is best known as a folk musician, but has grown to embrace a wider style range including jazz, swing and blues. The Maria Gillard Trio - Maria Gillard (vocals and guitar), Doug Henrie (bass), and Perry Cleaveland (vocals, fiddle and mandolin) - play Gillard’s original songs, which offer a mix of folk, swing, bluegrass and jazz. Tickets are $15.

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clinic’s operations in Abu Dhabi. In his role at Crouse, Tengeres will oversee and provide strategic direction and leadership for all financial aspects of Crouse’s integrated delivery network, including finance, revenue cycle, purchasing and oversight for facilities. “We are fortunate to have someone of Michael’s caliber, background and expertise join the Crouse leadership team,” said Kimberly Boynton, president and chief executive officer. “The depth of his financial leadership at leading healthcare organizations will be invaluable to Crouse as we continue to expand our network and strategic affiliations.” Tengeres holds an MBA

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fairs. Nearly $200,000 was given out in scholarships and prizes in 2017, and the same is expected for 2018. Cost: free. Projects are open for public viewing following judging.

March 28, 30-31 Syracuse Crunch Hockey

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Wednesday, March 28 Easter perogi , bake sale

9 a.m.-7 p.m., St. Luke’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 3290 Warners Road, Warners. Dozen perogies: potato $7, sauerkraut or cheese $8; six stuffed cabbage rolls $12; babkas: round $8, loaf $7, mini $3; sweetbreads (apricot, poppyseed or prune) $8; khrustyky $8. To order call 315-888-4163 or e-mail order to events@ stlukesuoc.org. Orders will be taken through Wednesday, March 21.

Thursday, March 29 Pottery & Pour

6-8 p.m., Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St., Syracuse; everson.org. Led by ceramic artist Sookie Kayne. Learn the basics of hand-building to create your own work of art. Your piece will be fired and available for pick up at a later date.Enjoy light refreshments and two complimentary drinks. All materials provided. Ages 21 and over only admitted. Cost: $40 members, $50 non-members.

Friday-Sunday, March 30-April 8 “The Baltimore Waltz”

Syracuse Stage, 820 East Genesee St.; syracusestage.org. Paula Vogel wrote this play as a kind of theatrical

eulogy to her beloved brother who died of AIDS in 1988. This comedy charts a tale of a schoolteacher named Anna who takes a wild, lust-filled, last grab at life trip abroad after contracting a (fictional) fatal malady. Reality and fantasy intermingle in this daringly comedic and ultimately heart-stirring play about love, loss and coping with grief. Show times vary. Tickets are $18.

Saturday, March 31 Be the Geneticist

Noon-4 p.m., Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology, Syracuse; most.org. This new museum program enables you to learn, engage and explore the activities of a different type of “scientist” on the last Saturday of each month. You receive a “Passport” tracking your progress through the program’s three steps: Learn, Engage, Explore. Earn your passport stamp each month to win a prize, and enter your completed passport into a drawing for a chance to win the grand prize.

March 31, April 7, 14, 21 Youth Art Classes: Clay Creations

10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Saturdays, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse; everson.org. Combine different techniques and materials including yarn, found objects and much more, to build sculptures inspired by artwork in the galleries. Classes are taught by dedicated artists and educators. Space is limited, all materials and equipment provided. To pre-register,contact Caitlin Albright, Education Assistant, at 315- 474-6064 ext. 307 or email calbright@ everson. org. Cost: members $65 per session, non-members $85 per session; Sign up for two sessions: members $105, non-members $135.

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Rockin’ the river The Oswego State Blueline Club will host Rockin’ the River with The Billionaires band on Saturday, April 7. One of the most popular and experienced bands in Central New York, The Billionaires have performed numerous times in Oswego. The band is made up of lead singer Anna White, guitarist Rob Hoston, keyboardist Kimo Cortini, bassist Andy Jordan and former Laker hockey player Daryl Hunt on drums. Hunt, a 1981 graduate of SUNY Oswego who played goaltender, said that the chairman of the concert, Mike Cullinan, reached out to him about bringing The Billionaires to the Lake Ontario Conference Center. “When Mike contacted me, for me, it was a no-brainer,” Hunt said. “Anything I can do to help them out I would. It was an honor for them to think of us.” A local business owner, Hunt said that members of the Blueline Club were “instrumental in starting me off in business.” George Broadwell, Jr., owner of the conference center, said the band’s popularity in the local area creates a great partnership

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The Billionaires bring their popular blend of r and b, soul, ballads, rock and roll, and classic standards to Rockin’ the River, a community celebration with the SUNY Oswego Laker Men’s Hockey Team, Saturday, April 7. The event takes place at the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center in Oswego. The band is made up of, from left, Rob Hoston on guitar and vocals; Daryl Hunt, drums; Anna Marie White, lead vocals; Andrew Jordan, bass and vocals; and Kimo Cortini, keyboards and vocals. for community events. “They have done a lot for Oswego and donated a lot of time,” Broadwell said. “They’ve got a great following.” The Billionaires have per-

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Springside at Seneca Hill to host Senior Technology Day Submitted By Marion Ciciarelli

For seniors tired of asking their children or grandchildren for technology help, Oswego Health’s Springside at Seneca Hill will host a senior technology day from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Friday, March 16.

This free event is open to seniors who find they need help operating their smartphone, iPad or laptop. Assistance will also be provided for those who would like to learn more about accessing the Internet, using Facetime or skyping, as well as YouTube and Instagram.

Student volunteers from SUNY Oswego will be on hand to assist seniors in resolving the mysteries of technology. Registration for the technology day is encouraged. To register call 315-343-5658. Springside is located on County Route 45A, just off 481, between Fulton and Os-

wego. Springside offers independent community members aged 62 and older an easy, carefree lifestyle with several housing options that include one and two-bedroom apartments, or one-story cottage or duplex homes.

Ironwood seniors golf Acoustic Music Jam to be held March 18 league has openings Ironwood Golf Course in Baldwinsville has openings for a Tuesday morning seniors golf league for two-man teams and openings for single players too. Call Charlie Smith at 315-751-0522. Ironwood also has an opening for a Tuesday night league. Call Rick at 315-635-9826 or email rickironwood@ gmail.com.

On March 18, the Northwest Family YMCA will be holding a free Acoustic Music Jam from 2-4 p.m. Folk, traditional, country, bluegrass, rock and pop music is welcome.

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Registration open for Montezuma summer camps Camps include hunter safety, fisheries, wildlife exploration, paddling Hunter Safety/Waterfowl ID Camp; July 9 - 13

Youth will earn their hunter safety and waterfowl ID certificates while learning how to be a safe, ethical, and responsible sportsman during hands-on learning and outdoor experiences! Waterfowl ID is required to hunt waterfowl at the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge. This camp will be taught as a home study course to maximize our time in the field. Campers will be given the course manual and workbook prior to camp. Ages: 11-15

Bow Safety/Trapper Safety Camp; July 16-20

Campers will learn the necessary safety techniques and responsibilities when using a bow and arrow to pursue deer and as a trapper when setting traps to catch wild game. This camp will be taught as a home study course to maximize our time in the field. Campers will be given the course manual and workbook prior to camp. Ages: 11-15

Fisheries Camp; July 23-27

Young anglers will learn safe fishing Summer campers enjoying a leisurely paddle along the Seneca River. practices and how to catch “the big one” from wildlife biologists while casting for ing hiking, canoeing, wildlife management, Junior Nature Camp; Aug. 20–24 Young naturalists will explore the wontrout, panfish, salmon, bass, carp and more and other outdoor activities. Ages: 11-15 ders of nature through a variety of outdoor around Montezuma and the Finger Lakes Montezuma Paddling Camp; games, fun crafts and unique activities. Region. Ages: 11-15 Aug. 6–10 Paddlers of all skill levels will create Campers will catch frogs in the pond, Wildlife Exploration Camp; their own adventures with the help of our search for signs of mammal activity in the July 30-Aug. 3 forest, and discover the birds, butterflies Campers will explore the Montezuma trained educators to discover Montezuma’s and dragonflies in the grassland and wetWetlands Complex’s habitats and mam- rivers, streams and wetlands while learning land. Ages: 6-10. mals, birds, reptiles and amphibians dur- to paddle canoes and kayaks. Ages: 11-15

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Maria Gillard Trio to perform March 24

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aria Gillard is a talented singer/songwriter from the Finger Lakes Region. Best known as a folk musician, she has grown to embrace a wider style range including jazz, swing and blues. The Maria Gillard Trio - Maria Gillard (vocals and guitar), Doug Henrie (bass) and Perry Cleaveland (vocals, fiddle and mandolin) - play Gillard’s original songs, which offer a mix of folk, swing, bluegrass and jazz. The Maria Gillard Trio will be performing as part of The Folkus Project at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 24, at All Saints Church, 1340 Lancaster Ave., Syracuse. This is a different day and venue from our usual shows. Admission is $15. Advance tickets and more information can be found at folkus.org. Cleaveland is a SAMMY Award winning mandolinist and has performed for festivals, colleges, arts centers, schools, PBS/NPR affiliates WCNY and WXXI and New York State Council on the Artssponsored events. Henrie, of the famed Henrie Brothers, has also played bass for Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads, the Don Stover Tribute Band, Mac Benford and the Woodshed Allstars, Marie Burns, Bill Keith and Chestnut Grove. The Maria Gillard Trio will be performing as part of The Folkus Project on Saturday, March 24.

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Oswego Health welcomes breast surgeon Lisa Lai, MD Submitted By Marion Ciciarelli

Oswego Health welcomes breast surgeon Lisa Lai, MD, who will provide community members with a range of services to its General Surgery Associates practice. Lai will provide care to patients needing breast care in suite 1700 of the Fulton Medical Office Building and surgical care in Oswego Hospital’s advanced surgery center. She will provide a complete range of care from screenings, to evaluation of breast masses or other concerns, management of abnormal breast imaging and

surgery for benign or malignant disease including lumpectomies and mastectomies. Lai is affiliated with the Cancer Center at Upstate Medical Center and serves as the medical director for the breast cancer program. She brings a continuum of services through the partnerships between Upstate and Oswego Health. This collaboration provides radiation oncology and medical oncology services locally for the convenience of cancer patients. This partnership will further benefit local breast cancer patients who require specialized care or choose to have plastic surgery following a breast procedure.

Lai said she found breast care an ideal fit when she was exploring specialty options during her medical training. “To me, it’s the perfect balance,” she said. “I like treating cancer and I like treating women.” She adds that while more than 95 percent of her patients are women, she does treat men. “I develop very special bonds with my patients, which begins at their initial visit and continues while they undergo breast cancer treatments,” Lai said. “As a part of their journey through treatment, I develop close, long-term relationships with my patients, which I greatly value.” A Buffalo native, Lai received

her medical degree and undergraduate degrees from SUNY Buffalo, graduating from both programs summa cum laude. She completed her surgery residency at SUNY Upstate Medical University and a Fellowship in breast surgical oncology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA. In her spare time, Lai enjoys spending time with her husband and young son. To make an appointment with Lai, call General Surgery Associates at 315-342-6771. Marion Ciciarelli is Public Relations Director for Oswego Health, 110 West Sixth Street, Oswego.

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Fulton Day of Scholastic Jazz to feature CNY Jazz Orchestra

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he third consecutive “Fulton Day of Jazz” will be held Thursday, March 15, at G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton, concluding at 7:30 p.m. with a free public concert featuring the CNY Jazz Orchestra. It is hosted by Terry Caviness, director of bands at G. Ray Bodley High School, and sponsored by Fulton Savings Bank. This year marks an expansion of the festival, with the addition of the Phoenix High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Liza Grethel. The CNY Jazz day residency includes multiple clinics, rehearsals, and a “learn to improvise” scholastic jazz jam session, all given by members of the CNYJO. In the finale concert, soloists Joe Carello and Bret Zvacek will perform with Fulton’s High School Jazz Ensemble and the Phoenix jazz band, respectively. Then the prize-winning Central New York Jazz Orchestra, the regional all-star big band now in its 22nd season, will take the stage for a full-length closing set led by Zvacek. “We’re ever so thankful to our friends at Fulton Savings for their loyal support of this event, which is still growing,” said Larry Luttinger of CNY Jazz. “Oswego County doesn’t yet have an invitational scholastic jazz festival, and we’re proud to work with them to build this experience. The unique skill set involved in learning to improvise builds leadership, cooperation, theoretical skill, and selfconfidence in these young people. It’s wonderful to give them the “aha” moments that help them realize their abilities – and what it takes to pursue this discipline.”

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Pysanka Egg Workshop planned Madison County Historical Society’s Heritage Handicrafts: A Leisure Arts Workshop Series will feature “Ukrainian Pysanka Egg Decoration” from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 18, at First United Methodist Church, 116 West Grove St. in Oneida. Artist, Educator Linda Evans will lead participants through the steps and techniques in creating a traditional Ukrainian Pysanka Egg. All materials will be provided. This workshop is for adults and children aged 13 years and up. Evans taught first grade at Verona, N.Y. for more than five years before taking a leave to raise her two children, returning to teach art for the Oneida City School District in 1989. Since retiring in 2005, she is active in many clubs and civic organizations. She has been a workshop instructor for Ukrainian egg decorating for more than eighteen years, and her personal collection includes more than 150 Pysanka eggs. Evans is a member of the Cazenovia Watercolor Society and has had her artwork in several local exhibits, both group and solo. The cost for the workshop is $25. Space is limited to 20 participants, so register soon. For more information contact the Madison County Historical Society at 315-3634136, or history@mchs1900.org. Madison County Historical Society’s Heritage Handicrafts: A Leisure Arts Workshop Series is programming designed to engage and involve residents in fine arts and craft activities common in the 19th century, with a focus on making cultural connections to creative pastimes which are still relevant today. Other workshops offered in the series include: “Leisure Art Festival for Youth” from 9 a.m. to noon on April 26, free to all students; “The Art of Theorem Painting” from 9 a.m. to noon May 5, $30 registration fee; and “Botanical Watercolors” from 9 a.m. to noon June 9, $30 registration fee.

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Ukrainian Pysanka Egg Workshop will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 18 at First United Methodist Church, located at 116 West Grove St. in Oneida, across the street from the Madison County Historical Society.

Join the Arbor Day Foundation in March, get 10 free trees The Arbor Day Foundation is making it easy for everyone to celebrate the arrival of spring by planting trees. Join the Arbor Day Foundation in March 2018 and receive 10 free white pine trees or 10 white flowering dogwood trees. “White pine trees or white flowering dogwoods will add beauty to your home throughout the year,” said Matt Harris,

chief executive of the Arbor Day Foundation. “Dogwoods are known for their showy spring flowers and red berries that attract songbirds during winter. White pine trees are fast-growing landscape trees that will break heavy winds, making them an ideal addition to any yard.” The free trees are part of the nonprofit Foundation’s Trees for America campaign.

With planting instructions included, the trees will be shipped at the right time for planting, between March 1 and May 31. The six- to 12-inch trees are guaranteed to grow or they will be replaced free of charge. Arbor Day Foundation members also receive a subscription to Arbor Day, the Foundation’s bimonthly publication, and

“The Tree Book,” which contains information about tree planting and care. To become a member of the Foundation and receive the free trees, send a $10 contribution to Ten Free White Pine or Ten Free Dogwood Trees, Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410, by March 31, 2018, or join online at arborday.org/march.

Syracuse Opera to present ‘Madama Butterfly’ at Crouse-Hinds Theatre Puccini’s ‘Madama Butterfly’ will be performed at 8 p.m. April 13 and at 2 p.m. April 15 at the Crouse-Hinds Theatre, John H. Mulroy Civic Center. Japanese geisha Cio-Cio-San renounces her profession and her religion to marry the US naval officer B.F. Pinkerton. Fol-

lowing their wedding, her new husband promises to return to Japan when “the robins build their nests.” However, when he does return it is only to take the last bit of happiness Butterfly possesses. Puccini’s evocative score contains the famous aria ‘Un bel di vedremo’ and one of the most

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