Thursday, April 7, 2011


EARTH FESTIVAL:  A “Recycled Fashion” show will be a highlight of Earth Festival 2011, planned 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April 9, at Milford Central School.

BIKES WELCOME: Price Chopper has installed an inverted “U” five-bicycle rack at its Cooperstown store.

TICKETS READY: Tickets for the Hall of Fame Classic Weekend game, featuring retired Major Leaguers, go on sale at 6 a.m. Tuesday, April 12, at 25 Main St., $12.50 for first- and third-base seats and $10 for outfield.  The game is at 2 p.m. Father’s Day, June 19.

FOLK TALES: Henry Glassie, a CGP grad and one of the nation’s foremost folklorists, will deliver the 2011 Bruce Buckley Lecture at 7:30 .m. Thursday, April 14, at The Fenimore.  His topic, “Learning from the Vernacular: History From Architecture.”  Public welcome.

The Freeman’s Journal
Two mayors – former Cooperstown mayor Wendell Tripp, left, and Oneonta Mayor Dick Miller – discuss the burdens of municipal leadership at the Gordon Lightfoot concert Thursday, March 31, which  filled the new regional Foothills Performing Arts Center’s main theater for the first time.  (More photos, A7)

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