Community Press - June 2023

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Memorial Day 2023 Celebrated in Owego

“Strawberry Magic”

Owego’s 41st Annual Strawberry Festival

June 16 and 17 in Downtown Owego

Ribbon Cutting for Lucky Hare Brewing

The Historic Owego Marketplace announced that the 41st annual Strawberry Festival will be held June 16 and 17 in downtown Owego.

In addition, a Rock-n-Run event will take place at Hickories Park in Owego on June 15.

With a theme of “Strawberry Magic” this year, the streets of Owego will transform for the annual event that features hundreds of vendors and over 25 bands located on several stages throughout downtown Owego.

the festival for a Saturday morning performance. Afterwards they will hit the streets, busking.

There will be superheroes as well, this year featuring Captain America and Black Widow. And be sure to check out the Cornhole Tournament on Saturday and the children’s area, hosted by the Owego Church of the Nazarene.

As always, this event is made possible through vendor fees, community partnerships, volunteers, and the festival’s generous sponsors.

For event information, visit or you can find the festival page linked to the Historic Marketplace on Facebook.

The festival is still accepting vendors and parade participants; you can find more information by visiting and clicking on the Strawberry.

Stay tuned and connected to for the entertainment lineup and more!

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, contact Evan Patrick at (607) 239-2760 or

Lucky Hare Brewing officially opened their new taproom in Owego on May 26. The new taproom is located at 17 Lake Street in the space formerly occupied by Farmhouse Brewery.

Ian Conboy, co-owner and head brewer of Lucky Hare Brewing, was the first to see the opportunity to open a taproom in Owego. “Owego is a great community that has a “hard work” culture that is similar to that of Lucky Hare’s.”

Lucky Hare is a family owned busi-

ness and has been operating since 2014. Their first taproom was opened in Hector, New York, in 2016. They produce a variety of styles at their production facility in Watkins Glen

“The Owego taproom will have draft beer, can options as well as local wine, cider, cocktails, and maybe a few surprises along the way,” said Richard Thiel, Co-Owner and President of Lucky Hare.

They also have a limited food menu. The taproom will be open 7 days a

This free festival, supported by area sponsors, will feature a block party on Friday, June 16, from 5:00 to 10:00 pm and will conclude with a fireworks display. On Saturday the parade steps off at 9:30 am and will feature entertainment and community representation. The daylong event continues until 5:00pm.

There will also be magicians, jugglers, superheroes, and an addition this year of four individual buskers that will be roaming the festival on Saturday and providing street music. Jackson Cavalier, who has busked at the festival in past years, was voted Best Busker in Rochester, NY, multiple times and is bringing his full band, The Anarchist Zen Collective, to

For the Rock-n-Run event on Thursday, June 15, and taking place at Hickories Park in Owego, a “Fun Run for Kids” will kick things off at 5:15 pm, followed by a pre-race warm up with Simple Form Pilates at 5:40 pm, and the 5K Run and Walk begins at 6:00 pm.

There will be a kickoff concert at the bandshell from 5:00 to 9:00 pm as well as music along the 5K route. There will also be food trucks on site.

To sign up for the run, visit https:// To learn more about the event, visit The Rock-n-Run is organized by Owego Rotary and the Historic Owego Marketplace.

CAMPVILLE • BARTON • CANDOR SMITHBORO • CATATONK On Memorial Day, we remember and honor those who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. On Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, 2023, a parade was held in Owego. A Roll Call of Honor was read by Mary Beth Jones and a Service of Remembrance was given by Jim Raftis.

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Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30am

Join Miss Wendy for read alouds, singing, playing, dancing, and crafts. Tuesday and Thursday each week are the same theme. Storytime will take a short break after the June 22 program and will resume July 11.

Zen before Zzzzs

Tuesdays, 6:30pm

Grab your yoga mat and join yoga instructor Sheehan Shotwell for an inspiring yoga practice.

Evening Book Club

Thursday, June 8, 6:30pm

“Remarkably Bright Creatures” by Shelby Van Pelt is a novel about a grieving woman who finds a remarkable friendship with a creature held at the aquarium where she works. Place a hold for this book in the catalog, find it on Libby as an eBook or audiobook, or find it on Hoopla as an eBook or audiobook.

Afternoon Book Club

Thursday, June 15, 1pm

“Eight Hundred Grapes” by Laura Dave. Place a hold for this book in the catalog or find it on Hoopla as an audiobook. This novel is about a bride-to-be who discovers a life-changing secret on the eve of her wedding and races to her family’s winery in Sonoma only to find more secrets await.

The July book will be “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” by John le Carré.

The Ollie and Nola Show

Saturday, June 17, 10am

Certified therapy dogs Ollie and Nola are back for another Saturday morning storytime. There will be dog-related stories, a craft, yummy snacks, and opportunities to read to the dogs after the program. No RSVP is necessary. All are welcome.


The libray will be closed on Monday, June 19th in recognition of Juneteenth.

Board Meeting

Tuesday, June 20, 6:15pm

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Magic the Gathering Card Game Event

Thursday, June 22, 3-5pm

Whether you’re new to MTG or an expert, come to this event. There will be snacks and drinks, and you’ll be able to learn all about the game if you’re a newbie. This will be the first of many events like this to come.

Summer Reading Kickoff Party

Saturday, June 24, 11am-1pm

Rain or shine, there will be yard games and refreshments. Children and teens will be able to sign up for the Summer Readers’ Club to receive free books and ice cream throughout the summer. If you can’t sign up for the Summer Readers’ Club on June 24, signups will continue through July 10 – just stop by the library. Signups for a variety of other summer programming will be available.

Family Nights

Thursdays in July, 7pm

There will be singing and storytelling, a circus-like performance, a pirate captain, and the Sciencenter.

Book Donations Still Accepted

The Friends of the Library are still accepting book donations. Place your gently-used books on the porch of the library under the “Donations” sign. You can do this even when the library is closed. Please note that the library is no longer selling books by the bag.

Book Barn Hours

The Book Barn is open Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm; and Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Thank You

The residents of the OwegoApalachin Central School District voted to approve additional taxpayer funding for the Apalachin Library 810 to 391.

Tioga County Fair August 8 -August 12

The 164th Tioga County Fair will be held August 8 to August 12, at the fairgrounds in Marvin Park in Owego.

The Fair kicks off with the Painted Pony Championship Rodeo on Tuesday, August 8, at 7:00 pm. Fairgoers will see professional riders from all over competing in bull riding, bronco busting, barrel racing, calf roping and more. Also in attendance will be regional rodeo queens.

New this year is the ATV and Dirt Bike Rodeo on Thursday. Riders will traverse a short, timed obstacle course

for their share of the $1,000 purse. The Dash for Cash features local horse riders competing for cash prizes on Thursday.

Truck and Tractor Pulls highlight Saturday’s Grandstand entertainment.

The ever popular Demo Derbies are Wednesday and Friday nights.

Admission is $15 per person, including ALL rides, ALL grandstand shows, ALL midway shows, petting zoo, 4H Livestock exhibition, and parking.

For more information about the Tioga County Fair, go to

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A new event has been added to this year’s lineup of events for the 2023 Owego Strawberry Festival, this one at Hickories Park in Owego on June 15.

The Rock-n-Run event, presented by Tioga State Bank and the Historic Owego Marketplace, welcomes families, individuals, and anyone that wants to participate in a 5K Run / Walk, or the Kids Fun Run, all taking place at Hickories Park in Owego.

Medals for the race are presented by Tri-Town Insurance, and there will be other giveaways and prizes.

To sign up for the run, visit https:// OwegoStrawberryFestivalRockRun5K.

Also, for the event, take in live music at the park’s bandshell with Tim Ruffo opening things up from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, followed by Next to Kin, who will perform from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

The Kids Fun Run (1-mile) takes

place at 5:15 pm. At 5:40 pm Pilates will be offered as a warm up, and the 5K Run / Walk will begin at 6:00 pm.

Sponsors for this event include Tioga State Bank as a Presenter, Tri-Town Insurance as a Medal Sponsor, the Owego Rotary Club, John’s Fine Foods, and Waterman Café and Tasting Barn.

There will also be food vendors and other activities throughout the event, so head on down to walk, run, or just listen to some live music, enjoy some food and a beverage, and help kickoff the 41st Annual Owego Strawberry Festival.

The Festival continues with the Block Party on Friday, from 5:00 to 10:00 pm, and on Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, and with the parade kicking off at 9:30 am in downtown Owego.

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The exhibit is sponsored by Owego Rotary Club.

The Tioga Arts Council is at 179 Front Street in Owego and is open Wednesday through Saturday, 12:00 Noon to 4:00pm. For more information contact TAC at (607) 687-0785 or

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Vocational Training Classes

Are you interested in learning a new skill or changing your career path? Vocational Training might be for you.

Opportunities include welding, electrician, certified nurse’s aide, phlebotomist, and more. There is no time like the present to upgrade your skills or change careers. Take the leap. Not sure how to get started, Broome-Tioga BOCES may be able to help.

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Tioga Co. Rural Ministry’s Food Pantry Can Help

Are you or someone you know struggling with food insecurity? Tioga County Rural Ministry can help.

Tioga County Rural Ministry (TCRM) is in Owego, located on the dead end across from Home Central. Its food pantry is open to anyone in Tioga County.

No income guidelines are necessary. Families can visit the pantry as often as needed.

TCRM’s hours are Monday through Thursday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Friday 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

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50 YearsAgo June 1973

It’s June 1973. Secretariat wins the Triple Crown.

ABC, CBS, and NBC agree to broadcast the Watergate hearings on a rotational basis with PBS replaying the broadcast each evening.

John Dean tells Watergate investigators that President Nixon was involved in the cover-up.

President Nixon orders a 60-day freeze on all retail prices.

New York Governor Rockefeller proposes that all states reduce the speed limit to 55 mph this summer to conserve gas during the energy crisis.

The Supreme Court upholds a Pittsburgh ordinance barring male/female categorization of want ads.

Skylab astronauts splash down after a record 28 days in space.

During a visit to the US, Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev declares the Cold War is over.

Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus is one of the first events at the newly opened Broome County Veteran’s Memorial Arena in Binghamton. Tickets cost $4, $5, and $6.

Broome County Legislature approves plans for a $1.5 million Health Science Building at Broome Coummunity College.

A freak thunderstorm in Tioga County knocks out electricity in the Village of Owego and drops hail the size of popcorn in Waverly.

The third annual tour of Owego’s historic homes is sponsored by the Owego chapter of the Business and Professional Women.

Broome Coummunity College’s 25th commencement ceremony is held in the new Broome County Arena. A record 877 students receive degrees.

At the Apalachin Firemen’s Field Days, Kelly Klees is crowned Little Miss Apalachin. The Owego-Nichols Jaycees sponsors the Owego-to-Nichols Raft Race. The

five-mile race starts at Hickories Park and features homemade rafts.

Shell Oil Company halts drilling in the Town of Barton when no natural gas deposits are found.

Chicago performs at the Broome County Arena to a sell-out crowd of approximately 6,900 people.

The 76th and final class graduates from the nursing school at the Binghamton State Hospital.

In Owego, repairs to the bridge over the Erie-Lackawanna tracks on Route 17C near IBM are causing traffic to back up.

The Town of Owego abolishes the vehicle entrance fee to Hickories Park.

At Owego Free Academy, the 100th commencement ceremony is held for the largest class ever - 289 students. The class of 1973 starts a new tradition by planting a tree in front of the new OFA. Rev. Leo (“Mat”) Matuszewski, pastor of St. Patrick's in Owego, is transferring to Ontario, New York. His two brothers, who are also priests, are surprise guests at a reception to honor Father Mat.

Movies playing in local theaters include “Sounder,” “Jeremiah Johnson” starring Robert Redford, “McCabe and Mrs. Miller” with Warren Beatty, “Live and Let Die” starring Roger Moore as James Bond, and “The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds.”

Sunday night TV shows include “60 Minutes,” “The FBI,” “NBC Mystery Movie,” “Mannix,” and “Barnaby Jones.”

Top tunes in the Southern Tier include “Give Me Love Give Me Peace on Earth” by George Harrison, “Kodachrome” by Paul Simon, “Daniel” by Elton John, and “Playground in My Mind” by Clint Holmes.

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Tioga Downs to Host Three Dog Night for Veterans Benefit Concert

Tioga Downs Casino Resort to donate 100% of ticket sales to the Southern Tier Veterans Support Group

Nichols, NY – Tioga Downs Casino Resort announces it will hold a benefit concert to raise funds for the Southern Tier Veterans Support Group on July 28 at 8 p.m.

Three Dog Night, the iconic rock band from the ‘60s and ‘70s, will take the stage to perform some of their biggest songs.

Tioga Downs will donate 100% of ticket sales to the STVSG, a NewYork based public charity that provides a network of resources for veterans, service members and their families across the Southern Tier of New York and Northern Tier of Pennsylvania. Tioga Downs Casino Resort owner Jeffrey Gural will also match the ticket sales.

“We’re grateful to have the opportunity to host Three Dog Night and raise funds for this amazing local charity,” said Tioga Downs owner Jeff Gural. “While this summer concert is a great way to bring people together for music and fun, the real excitement comes from the support we will be able to provide to our local and regional community.

Tickets for the concert go on sale Thursday, May 18 at 10:00 am. Fans can purchase the $20 tickets at the Tioga Downs Casino Resort gift shop or online at Ticketmaster.

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Tioga County Legislature Meeting - June 13

The sixth regular meeting of 2023 of the Tioga County Legislature will be held at 12:00 Noon on Tuesday, June 13, in the auditorium of the county office building at 56 Main street in Owego.

All committee meetings and legislative worksessions will be held in the

Legislative Conference Room. Anyone requiring an accommodation or auxiliary aid may contact the Legislative Office at (607) 687-8240. With advance notice, necessary auxiliary aids will be provided at no cost to the person requesting assistance.

Free Community Ice Cream Social - June 16

The Little Meadows United Methodist Church will have its first Free Community Ice Cream Social of the Summer on Friday, June 15, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm.

Everyone is invited to join in on the social time, meet your neighbors,

just have a scoop of ice cream or a brownie sundae.

The Little Meadows United Methodist Church is at 843 Pennsylvania Avenue in Little Meadows, PA.

Book Sale at Coburn Library - June 9, 10

The Friends of the Coburn Free Library are sponsoring a Summer Book Extravaganza on Friday, June 9, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and on Saturday, June 10, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

There will be lots of fiction and nonfiction for children and adults. DVDs,

CDs and audio books will also be available.

The Coburn Free Library is at 275 Main Street in Owego. You can access this once-a-summer opportunity via the back entrance which means no stairs to climb.

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