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Welcome Visitor’s Guide

Hamilton NewYork


Welcome to

Hamilton, NY Small town charm LODGING

Dining • Live Entertainment • Hamilton was named one of the friendliest towns in America by Forbes magazine. Nestled into the quiet countryside, Hamilton and its surrounding communities have much to offer in the way of dining, lodging, specialty shops and antiques. Our flourishing arts and cultural scene features live music, national and international lecturers, films, festivals, local artists and galleries. Our Village Green is a hot spot for weddings, concerts and one of the oldest farmer’s markets in the state every Saturday from May through October. Winter, spring, summer or fall, you’ll find lots of friendly smiles and plenty to do right here in the Chenango Valley. Come for the day or stay for the weekend and enjoy all that we have to offer! Visit the Hamilton Welcome Center at 11 Payne Street, a few doors down from the Colgate Inn, to learn more.

Cultural Attractions and Events in our Area Colgate University - Ranked among the best liberal arts colleges in the United States, many of Colgate’s facilities provide attractions for visitors to Hamilton.

Palace Theater - This unique performing arts center features national and international touring productions, as well as regional / community theater. Hamilton Movie Theater - One of the few remaining independent theaters, providing diverse film programming, including first run feature films, Grand Operas in Cinema, and independent and foreign films.

Hamilton International Film Festival - A world-class festival of feature, indie, and documentary films, including numerous screenings, personal appearances by filmmakers and actors, receptions, talk-back sessions, charity functions, and more. Native American Arts and Cultural Festival - This fall festival celebrates Native American culture with performances of music and dance, art, food and archaeological demonstrations.

The Great Chocolate Festival - September 27, 1955 marked a unique moment in history for Hamilton. An O&W train was diverted from the main track, causing it to speed through a coal shed and crash to the ground. No one was injured, but chocolate was spilled everywhere! This festival commemorates that sweet moment in Hamilton history and is all about chocolate and trains with live music and family activities.


For more information, please visit www.ThisIsHamiltonNY.com or call (315) 825-3537

Galleries • Shopping

Big town amenities

Picker Art Gallery - This Colgate University gallery offers a changing collection of more than 10,000 artistic objects in various mediums. Earlville Opera House - Constructed in 1892, this performing arts venue, which hosts concerts and theatrical productions, also has two art galleries and a café.

Seven Oaks Golf Course & Club - Designed by world renowned Robert Trent Jones, Seven Oaks is characteristic of all Jones’ courses including strategic deployment of water, extensive tee areas and large, expansive greens. Hamilton Farmers’ Market - This outdoor market, held every Saturday May-October from 8am-1pm on the Village Green is the lone of the longest-running farmers markets in the state, with over 100 vendors - featuring locally grown produce, baked goods, jewelry and arts and crafts. Madison Bouckville Antique Week - A week-long antique extravaganza with exhibitors from all over the country! This is the largest antique event in New York State. Shopping/Dining Just off the Green, in the core of the Village, is an eclectic mix of one of kind specialty shops and boutiques. From trendy to vintage, Hamilton has something for every kind of shopper.The restaurant scene is also hopping with the best in casual, ethnic and fine dining all in a span of four short blocks.


LODGING Inns • Bed & Breakfast • Hotels • Motels

Inns / Bed & Breakfasts 72 Madison Bed & Breakfast

72 Madison Street/ 315-288-0612 www.72-madison.com A short walk from downtown Hamilton, 72 Madison offers a refined lodging experience. Each room has a private bath, down duvet, robes, a television and wireless internet. Complimentary continental breakfast is included.

Bridle Creek Bed & Breakfast

5519 Hill Road / 315-824-1962 www.bridlecreekbedandbreakfast.com Situated on fourteen acres with lovely views, porches, country walks, and a spring-fed pond for summer swimming.

Collegiate Bed & Breakfast

58 Madison Street / 315-750-0579 Located in the heart of the village of Hamilton and within walking distance to Colgate University.

The Guest House at Weathervane Farm

2088 Spring Street / 315-750-8081 www.weathervanefarm.com Spacious, immaculate guest rooms, individually decorated in classic country style each with private bath and separate entry. Complimentary amenities include: breakfast, wine upon arrival, and WiFi.Walking distance to Colgate campus.

Hanson Bed & Breakfast

5551 Lakeview Court / 315-824-8964

Holcomb’s Bed & Breakfast

5 Mill Street / 315-228-2120 www.holcombsbandb.com Walking distance to center of town and Colgate University, this renovated farm house from 1880 features five bedrooms and six baths. Amenities include: full breakfast and wireless internet.

Home Suite Home

16 East Pleasant Street & 56 Utica Street 315-391-7933 (Day) / 315-824-2611 (Night) www.hamiltonny.com/homesuitehome European-style Guest house right in the heart of Hamilton.This restored Victorian home features three spacious bedrooms and a private two bedroom apartment. Continental or full homemade breakfast.

Lakeview Inn

75 Frank Road / 315-228-2061 www.hamiltonlakeviewinn.com Located 1.5 miles from Colgate University. Featuring King & Queen Beds with sitting areas, tiled private bathrooms, free WiFi, DirectTV (Cable), central Air/Radiant Heat. Efficiency Apartment available for longer stays.

Mary’s Bed & Breakfast 7342 Hamilton Rd. / 315-824-2643 menolan@twcny.rr.com

A short drive from the village, Mary’s Bed & Breakfast offers immaculate guest rooms and complimentary WiFi throughout.

Nancy’s Bed & Breakfast

7 West Kendrick Avenue / 315-824-0908 Located one block from the center of the village.

The Oleys’ Bed & Breakfast

25 South Main Street, Earlville, NY / 315-825-5455 www.theoleysbedandbreakfast.com Renovated 1890’s Victorian home, just minutes from Colgate University. Complimentary amenities include private baths with Jacuzzi tubs,WiFi cable TV and breakfast made-to-order.

Patricia’s Guest House

21 Maple Avenue / 315-824-3162 www.patriciasguesthouse.com A boutique bed and breakfast located in the heart of town, one block from the Village Green and shopping district and two blocks from Colgate. Five suites are available, each with king sized beds.The renovated historic Queen Anne Victorian home includes two sitting rooms, a spacious dining room to enjoy a hot breakfast, and a private garden and patio for outdoor relaxing.

Peaceful Pines Bed & Breakfast

6125 Briggs Road / 315-824-2469 www.peacefulpinesbandb.com Four miles from Colgate University, this country home features a private pond and gazebo and beautiful views of Colgate University and the Valley. Complementary continental breakfast provided.

The Thirteen House

13 College Street / 315-825-0013 Walking distance to Colgate University and downtown, this refurbished home offers peacefulness and privacy in a warm, contemporary, elegant setting. WiFi throughout and most rooms have private baths.

The Timber Lake House B&B 3162 Lake Moraine Road / 315-824-1648

Hotel / Motels Colgate Inn

1 Payne Street / 315-824-2300 / www.colgateinn.com Classic comforts of a country inn offering 40 guest rooms including suites, wireless internet, tavern and patio dining.

Hamilton Inn

4480 East Lake Road / 315-824-0073 www.thehamiltoninn.com Five spacious guest rooms including three suites, wireless internet and complimentary continental breakfast.

Wendt University Inn

175 Utica Street / 315-824-4400 / www.wendtinn.com Located only one mile from Colgate University and only minutes away from the Madison Bouckville Antique Festival fairgrounds, this property offers 94 spacious rooms, complementary continental breakfast, free high speed internet access and business center.

White Eagle Conference Center

2910 Lake Moraine Road / 315- 824-6785 www.whiteagle.com Situated on 140 acres adjacent to Lake Moraine in southern Madison County, this beautiful property features: 54 guestrooms with comfortable furnishings, private baths, cable television, air conditioning, and data port.


Dining Casual Dining • Fine Dining • Take Out/Fast Food

Casual Dining 22 Utica Street Café

22 Utica Street / 315-228-2061 Relaxed coffee bar setting for breakfast, lunch, casual dinner or late-night snack. Menu includes homemade sandwiches, wraps, soups, salads, smoothies and desserts.

Barge Canal Coffee Co.

37 Lebanon Street / 315-824-4331 www.bargecanal.com All-day menu with a coffee house vibe: large selection of coffees & teas, smoothies, chili, soups, salads, sandwiches, bagels, hummus, fruit plates and desserts.

No. 10 Tavern

At the 5 Corners in downtown Hamilton 315-824-2222 www.No10tavern.com Lunch & dinner daily. Sandwiches, burgers, steaks, pasta, chicken.

Oliveri’s Pizzeria

14 Lebanon Street / 315-824-4444 www.oliverispizza.com Pizza, pasta, wings, burgers, subs and salads. Dine-in, take-out or delivery.

Colgate Inn

1 Payne Street / 315-824-2300 www.colgateinn.com This historic inn features fine American cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere for breakfast (omelets, pancakes), lunch (sandwiches, soups, salads) and dinner (steaks, seafood, pasta).

Royal India Grill

Hamilton Eatery

22 Lebanon Street / 315-228-2122 www.myruschs.net Restaurant and sports bar with appetizers, sandwiches, entrées and desserts. 18 TVs and multiple sports networks.

41 Lebanon Street / 315-825-9051 hamiltoneatery.com Family owned and run sandwich shop features a delicious array of made-to-order sandwiches, breakfast items, daily specials, a “create your own” salad station, and more – including one of the most remarkable selections of beers in Hamilton, from classics to local craft brews to sophisticated imports.

Hamilton Inn

4480 East Lake Road / 315-824-0073 www.thehamiltoninn.com New England-style entrées (steaks, chops, seafood and chicken) prepared with an international flare. Dinner served Tuesday-Saturday.

Hamilton Whole Foods

28 Broad Street / 315-824-2930 Vegetarian deli featuring homemade soups, salads, sandwiches & desserts.

6 Broad Street / 315-825-3555 www.hamiltonroyalindiagrill.com Authentic Indian cuisine – vegetarian specials, chicken, lamb & fish in curry, masala, vindaloo & tandoori styles.

Rusch’s Bar & Grill

Seven Oaks Club House

Corner of Payne Street & East Lake Road 315-824-4420 www.sevenoaksclubhouse.com Country club-style dining at Colgate University’s Seven Oaks Golf Course. Menu offerings include full entrée selections, specialty sandwiches and homemade desserts.

VJ’s Diner and Restaurant

169 Utica Street / 315-824-0303 Family dining with traditional breakfast fare, diner classics, pizza and pasta.

Yogate Frozen Yogurt

12 Lebanon Street / 315-228-2031 A self-serve frozen yogurt shop with over 30 toppings.

Fine Dining Poolville Country Store

La Iguana

10 Broad Street / 315-824-0022 www.laiguanarestaurant.com Mexican restaurant & tapas bar serving lunch and dinner. Menu features: enchiladas, fajitas, tacos, burritos and traditional Mexican entrées.

Main Moon Chinese Kitchen

8 Utica Street / 315-824-1830 Chinese food available for dine-in or take-out.

1245 Earlville Road, Earlville 315-691-2677 www.poolvillecountrystore.com American cuisine with European influence in a country setting four miles from Hamilton.

Take Out / Fast Food Dunkin Donuts 34 Utica St. / 315-824-8500 McDonald’s 168 Utica St. / 315-824-4001 New York Pizzeria 39 Lebanon St. / 315-824-2112 Pizza Hut 107 Utica St. / 315-824-1787 Subway 34 Utica St. / 315-824-8500 Ye Olde Pizza Pub 2614 Rt. 12B / 315-824-1800


SHOPPING Unique Gifts • Retail • Boutiques

Florists Full Bloom Florist

2133 Bonney Road 315-824-FULL (3855) / 1-866-553-FULL www.hamiltonny.com/fullbloom Fresh flowers, custom silk, gift baskets, balloons and more.World wire service available.

Hamilton Flower Shop

38 Broad Street / 315-824-0910 / 1-800-864-1635 www.hamiltonflowershop.net Full service Florist. Flowers and plants grown in own greenhouse. Daily local delivery to surrounding areas.

Evergreen Gallery

11 Lebanon Street / 315-824-0897 www.evergreengalleryny.com Custom picture framing, hand crafted rustic furniture, local artist works in photographs, paintings, jewelry, pottery and textile and fair trade gifts from around the world.

Boutiques, Specialty Shops & Galleries Black Cat Antiques & Gifts

14 East Main Street, Earlville / 315-691-5721

Maxwells Chocolates

Broad Street Gallery

20 Broad Street / 315-825-5235 www.hamiltoncenterforthearts.com Fine arts cooperative featuring local and regional artists encompassing a wide variety of mediums and styles.

Colgate Bookstore

14 Utica Street / 315-824-1280 www.maxwellschocolates.com Unique home-made candies and sweets plus an old fashioned ice cream parlor with nostalgia décor from the 40’s, 50’s, & 60’s. Personal and online delivery.

Retrospect

12 Lebanon / 315-824-0449 www.retrospectny.com Featuring vintage to new home and garden, furniture, personal gift items and accessories.

Steph Boutique

3 Utica Street 315-228-7480 www.colgatebookstore.com Owned and operated by Colgate University, this unique and independent bookstore provides educational resources and books, specialty merchandise, collegiate clothing and gifts.

7 Lebanon Street 315-824-2500 www.stephboutique.com Casual, sophisticated women’s clothing and accessories located in the heart of the village.

Collections

40 Milford Street / 315-750-9356 Art gallery of works for sale and unique selection of women’s apparel and accessories.

SWANK

2 Broad Street 315-824-8800 www.swankbydesign.com A meticulously curated collection of irresistible vintage and modern finds for home, garden and you.


SHOPPING Grocers, Liquors and Spirits • Miscellaneous Retail

Grocers, Liquors & Spirits Byrne Dairy

31 Utica Street / 315-824-1107

Express Mart Convenience Store 59 Utica Street / 315-824-6278

1015 Madison Marketplace / 315-824-0482 familydollar.com

Your neighborhood dollar discount store, where you’ll find products for you and your family. From groceries, to health and beauty products, to household goods and clothing.

The Gateway Custom Apparel

Hamilton Whole Foods

28 Broad Street / 315-824-2930 Vegan friendly, health food store andeatery featuring locally grown food.

23 Lebanon / 315-824-2572 www.companycasuals.com/thegateway Custom apparel store featuring screen printing and embroidery.

Hamilton Digital Plus

Price Chopper

1050 Madison Market Place / 315-824-6040 www.pricechopper.com Open 24 hours.

23 Lebanon Street / 315-825-8633 www.hamiltondigitalplus.com

Olympia Sports

Village Wine & Spirits

1034 Madison Marketplace / 315-824-0560 www.olympiasports.net Retail sporting goods company featuring fitness and athletics equipment and apparel, athletic footwear, popular sports/leisure wear and accessories.

27 Lebanon Street / 315-824-1740

Miscellaneous Retail Big Lots

102 Utica Street / 315-824-0484 biglots.com

Parry’s

A closeout retailer, Big Lots sells a broad range of brand-name products, including consumables, seasonal items, furniture, housewares, toys, electronics, home decor, tools and gifts.

Country Peddler

2434 Poolville Road, Hubbardsville 315-691-4002

100 Utica Street / 315-824-0002 315-824-0086 Fax www.parryshamilton.com Family owned, Modern Day General Store featuring a full selection of electronics, paint, hardware, office supplies, housewares, seasonal greenhouse and a bulk food, local craftsman/food section.

Peebles

Curtis Lumber

15 Eaton Street / 315-824-2233 www.curtislumber.com Leading retail, farm and ranch store chain for maintaining farms, ranches, homes and animals.

1021 Madison Marketplace / 315-824-2839 www.peebles.com Department Store for family apparel, jewelry, shoes gifts and more.

Ray’s Wayside

44 Milford St, Hamilton / (315) 824-2850

Dollar General

113 Utica Street / 315-824-0324 dollargeneral.com

Family Dollar

Offers clothing, cleaning supplies, paper products, health and beauty, pet care, candy, snacks and food, baby care, housewares and home decor, toys, electronics, seasonal, party supplies and more.

Your one stop shop for Pittsburgh Paint (USA), Shaw, Mohawk, Armstrong and many other floorings, bedding (all made in the USA) and custom picture framing.

Tractor Supply

1010 Madison Market Place / 315-824-0146 www.tractorsupply.com

Why wait until your next visit to find out what’s going on in Hamilton each month?

Hamilton Highlights is sponsored by: Partnership for Community Development (PCD) PO Box 37 Hamilton, NY 13346

The Hamilton Highlights can keep you up-to-date with all the arts, entertainment, music and events every month of the year in an easy to read monthly calendar. Visit our Welcome Center at 11 Payne Street to pick up your personal copy or visit www.ThisIsHamiltonNY.com to view the digital edition.


DOWN TO EARTH Farms • Agricultural Products and Experiences

Farms Alambria Springs Farm

834 Musician Road, Lebanon / 315-837-4769 www.alambriafarm.com Produce available in CSA, at area farmers’ markets, and in local restaurants.

Common Thread Community Farm 3424 Lake Moraine Rd., Madison / 315-893-7767 www.commonthreadcsa.com

Drover Hill Farm

1014 Earlville Road, Earlville / 315-691-2327 www.droverhillfarm.com Registered Angus and highland cattle, pasture raised beef, pork and lamb, all available at area stores, restaurants, and farmers’ markets. Bed and breakfast also available.

Earlville Farmers Market

Earlville Village Green / 315-691-6420 Fridays from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Vendors bring a great selection of local produce, artwork and crafts, and more.

Endless Trails Farm

8856 Larkin Road, Brookfield / 315-899-3351 All natural beef.

Hamilton Farmers Market

Hamilton Village Green / 315-824-1111 May – November, Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nearly 100 vendors with fresh local produce, meats and dairy products, flowers and plants, prepared foods, maple syrup and honey, local wines, jams and jellies, crafts and works of art, and more.

Highland Farms

7 Mill Street / 315-750-9957 Wide variety of organic produce, as well as organic free-range eggs, available at the Hamilton Farmers’ Market and at Parry’s general store.

Nature’s Blessing

5779 Lebanon Center Road, Earlville 315-837-9695 Family farm offering shitake and oyster mushrooms, various produce, pork, and eggs.

Poolville Winter Farmers Market Poolville Community Center 7484 Willey Road, Poolville www. facebook.com/pages/PoolvilleWinter-Farmers-Market/313469075439355

2nd and 4th Saturdays, 10am to noon Nov, Dec, Feb, Mar, April The end of summer doesn’t mean the end of filling your pantry with local produce! Find 20+ local producers bringing vegetables, cheese, meat, honey, mushrooms, baked goods, eggs, maple syrup, granola, and much more. The market also highlights local chefs making dishes utilizing local producers in their Café.

Purple Tie Farm

831 Brian Road, Earlville / 315-837-4221 Locally grown beef and poultry.

Rocky Top Acres

1659 Quaker Hill Road, Hubbardsville 315-899-8907 Local beef products.

Sommer’s Harvest

7 University Avenue / 315-527-3429 www.sommersharvestfarm.com Large selection of organic and natural produce available as CSA or at local Farmers’ Markets.

Agricultural Products and Experiences Fruit of the Fungi 5779 Lebanon Center Rd, Lebanon / 315-837-9695 www.fruitofthefungi.com

Local, fresh and dried specialty mushrooms year round. Visit them at their farm or area Farmer’s Markets.

Golden Glow Goat Milk Soap 6241 Vosburgh Road / 315-691-9242 Hand-made goat milk soap, available at area Farmers Markets and stores.

Good Nature Brewing

Maple Avenue Farm

689 Borden Road, Earlville / 315-691-2917 www.sunfedbeef.com Black Angus cattle, raised since 1948, without hormones or antibiotics. Humanely finished on grain or grass, dry aged beef is available year round at the farm or in area stores.

Maple Hill Farm & Orchard 1019 River Road / 315-691-3168 Grass and grain fed lamb.

37 Milford Street #3 315-824-1560 www.goodnaturebrewing.com Microbrewery and tasting room with diverse selection of local craft brews. Find Good Nature Brewing ales in restaurants around the region.Tasting Room located at 8 Broad Street.

The Imaginary Farmer

315-520-3989 / www.theimaginaryfarmer.com Large selection of edible and medicinal mushrooms, mushroom growing kits, as well as locally crafted goat, sheep, and cow’s milk cheeses. Purchase at area Farmers’ Markets or on the website.


Jewett’s Cheese House

934 Earlville Road, Earlville / 315-691-5858 www.jewettscheese.com New York state cheddar cheese aged between 9 months and 14 years. Also carries a large variety of other products, including jams, salsas, dressings, and candies.

RH Elk Limited

8159 Larkin Road, Hubbardsville / 315-691-5706 Elk meat, live elk, and hand-made antler crafts, including antler chandeliers.

for the Colgate University Equestrian Team. Indoor and outdoor riding facilities available. Boarding, training, and lessons.

Side Hill Farmers

315-677-4090 / www.sidehillfarmers.com A cooperative of a dozen area farmers and other vendors, providing CSA-style shares for livestock, produce, and so much more. Members can place their orders online and pick it up from a number of convenient area locations.

Talons! A Bird of Prey Experience

Saddleback Farm

29 Lebanon Street / 315-824-3000 3055 Lake Moraine Road / 315-824-1305 Home of the Saddleback Morgan horse and facility

1091 Earlville Road, Earlville / 315-415-1686 www.talonsbirdsofprey.com Interactive educational presentations on falconry and birds of prey.

SERVICES Architects & Contractors • Realtors • Personal Services Architects & Contractors Archicarta

33 East Main Street, Earlville / 315-691-2497 www.archicarta.com

Bruce Ward Architect

7122 Spring Hill Road / 315-824-1094 www.BruceWardArchitect.com Additions, remodeling, new construction, residential, and commercial.

Susie Gustafson Real Estate 12 University Avenue / 315-824-4663 www.susiegustafsonre.com

Suzanne L. Martin Real Estate 7326 Bonney Hill Road / 315-824-2203 www.martinre.com

Personal Services

2843 Johnny Cake Hill Road / 315-824-1571 loghome.net/canning.htm Log packages, turn keys, and weather-tight shells. Featuring Katahdin Cedar Log Homes.

Etna Enterprises

3269 St. Rt. 46, Bouckville / 315-893-7763 etna89@hotmail.com

Main Street Woodworking

31 North Main Street, Earlville / 315-691-2812 mnstwoodworking@twcny.rr.com

Oren Construction

17 East Kendrick Ave., PO Box 67 / 315-824-1866 orenconstruction@gmail.com

Strasser Electric

6125 Briggs Road / 315-824-2469 strasserelectric@yahoo.com

Realtors Countryside Realty

11 East Main Street, Earlville / 315-691-2100 www.countrysiderealtyinc.com

Eagle River Realty

2547 State Route 12B / 315-824-8989 www.eagleriver-realty.com

Hamilton Village Real Estate 26 Utica Street / 315-824-0800 www.hamilton-realestate.com

Photo by Alice Virden-Speer

Cedar Homes of Distinction

Alice Virden-Speer Photography

Lebanon Street Alley / 315-750-5222 www.alicevirdenspeer.com

Candy Centers

3269 St. Rt. 46, Bouckville / 315-525-8552 candycenters@gmail.com Let us design a custom candy buffet for your wedding reception, corporate event, birthday party, baby shower, or any other occasion.

The FITT Stop

2352 Rt. 12B / 315-832-0579 www.facebook.com/theFITTstop The FITT Stop offers a wide variety of group fitness classes, as well as personal training and nutritional counseling.

Fringes

2360 Route 12 B / 315-824-1416

Hamilton Chiropractic Health Center 23 Broad Street / 315-824-2504 www.hchc.net

The Zen Den

3-5 Madison Street / 315-824-1414 www.facebook.com/TheZenDenInc The Zen Den offers both group and private instruction in a variety of formats of yoga and pilates.


Hamilton Massage Therapy 5 Madison Street 315-430-0164 / 315-725-8962

Karen’s Kuts and Kolors 18 Broad Street / 315-824-2023

Mar’s Hair-E Business

Hamilton Nail Spa

4 Eaton Street / 315-824-2273

12 Broad Street / 315-824-0342

Hamilton Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine 85 College Street / 315-824-1250 www.hamiltonorthopedic.com

Parry’s Gymnastics

2498 Route 12B / 315-458-5365 www.parrysgymnastics.com

Sheridonna’s Beauty Salon

Helping Hands Muscular Therapy 54C Utica Street / 315-824-4468 www.helpinghandsmusculartherapy.com Orthopedic injury work and cancer massage. By appointment only. Gift certificates and multi-session deals available.

JJ’s Salon

29 Lebanon Street / 315-824-3000

Jody Lyn’s School of Dance 6512 Wes Road / 315-363-7550 Ages 3 through adult.

Julie’s Shear Perfection 17 Lebanon Street / 315-824-1566

2 Broad Street / 315-748-3229 A full-service salon that provides hair care for women, men, and children of all ethnicities, and offers trendy, yet sophisticated styles.

Small Business Resource Center 11 Payne Street / 315-825-3537 www.hamiltonpcd.org Free workshops, one-on-one counseling, a resource library, and occasional grant programs to support Hamilton’s business community. Provided by the Partnership for Community Development.

Tranquility Massage and Wellness

18 Broad Street / 315- 824-2023 www.tranquility-wellness.com

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Galleries • Live Music • Theater

Galleries Broad Street Gallery

20 Broad Street / 315-825-5235 www.hamiltoncenterforthearts.com Fine arts cooperative featuring local and regional artists encompassing a wide variety of mediums and styles.

Hamilton Center for the Arts 19 Broad Street / 315-825-5235 www.hamiltoncenterforthearts.com

Longyear Museum of Anthropology Alumni Hall - Colgate University / 315-228-7184 offices.colgate.edu/longyear Collection of archaeological and ethnographic materials from Africa,Oceania, Native North America, and thePre-Columbian cultures of North, Central and South America.

MAD Art

Clifford Gallery

Little Hall – Colgate University / 315-228-6607 merz.colgate.edu The Clifford Gallery is a teaching gallery and features approximately six exhibitions a year of professional works by contemporary artists.The Clifford Gallery is open to the community and contributes to the cultural life of the central New York area.

Evergreen Gallery

11 Lebanon Street / 315-824-0897 www.evergreengalleryny.com Custom picture framing, hand crafted rustic furniture, local artist works in photographs, paintings, jewelry, pottery and textile and fair trade gifts from around the world.

www.madartinc.org A nonprofit dedicated to the arts and artists in Madison County.Visit MAD Art’s website for information about classes, artist talks, local shows, and more.

Picker Art Gallery

Dana Arts Center - Colgate University 315-228-7634 www.pickerartgallery.org Offering a changing collection of more than 10,000 artistic objects in various mediums.

Robert M. Linsley Geology Museum Robert H. N. Ho Science Center - Colgate University 315-228-7201

Exhibits minerals, rocks, and fossils, highlighting the beauty and wonder of these objects while also informing visitors about how geologists study the Earth. Threaded throughout the museum is a specific focus on what we know about New York State’s geologic past.


Live Music Entertainment Attractions Near Hamilton

Barge Canal Coffee Company

37 Lebanon Street / 315-824-4331 www.bargecanal.com Specialty coffee house featuring local, regional, and national musical performances in a variety of genres including: folk, rock, acoustic and jazz. Open mic nights and student music group erformances on select evenings.

National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum

25 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 1-888-HALL-OF-FAME www.baseballhall.org Honoring the greatest players and history of America’s pastime. Open daily 9am-5pm

Earlville Opera House

18 East Main Street, Earlville 315-691-3550 www.earlvilleoperahouse.com Featuring roots music including folk, blues, celtic and bluegrass performances from national and regional artists. Also on premises are two art galleries and gift shop. Hours vary Tuesday – Saturday / call or visit website for select times& performances.

Theater Brehmer Theater

Dana Arts Center – Colgate University 315-228-7639 Features production from both students and professional theater groups. Call for select times and performances

Hamilton Movie Theater

7 Lebanon Street / 315-824-2724 www.hamiltontheater.net In addition to first-run movies, diverse programming includes indie films, opera series, national film festivals, children’s matinee series and other special events.Call or visit website for select times

Turning Stone Casino

5218 Patrick Road, Verona, NY 1-800-771-7711 www.turningstone.com Renowned casino and resort featuring world-class restaurants, golf, spa and fitness; plus a Showroom and the Event Center featuring nationally and internationally acclaimed musical performers. Open daily 24 hours.

Glimmerglass Opera Theater

Cooperstown, NY 13326 607-547-0700 www.glimmerglass.org Features world-class opera from around the world in the Alice Busch Opera Theater including new and world premieres, and also young American artists in early stages of their career. Call for select times and shows

Palace Theater

19 Utica Street 315-824-1420 www.palacetheater.org A performing arts center presenting live theater with national and international acts, stars of stage, screen and television.The Palace also features Colgate University and community theater as well as the family and educational series. Call or visit the website for select times, tickets and performances.

Northeast Classic Car Museum

24 Rexford Street, Norwich, NY 607-334-2886 www.classiccarmuseum.org The largest classic car museum in the northeast, with over 160 vehicles on exhibit spanning many decades of history.The museum also features informative video exhibits, period fashion displays,WWI and WWII aircraft engines, and more. Open daily from 9am-5pm.


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Norwich

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A short drive from most anywhere. Syracuse - 35 miles • Utica - 30 miles • Binghamton - 65 miles For more information, please visit www.ThisIsHamiltonNY.com or call 315-825-3537

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