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March Madness

3/24 10 to 11:30 pm

Compete to see who survives in games pitting predators vs prey using hunting, escape and tracking tactics. 315-673-1350, Baltimore Woods Nature Center, 4007 Bishop Hill Rd, Marcellus. Ages 10 and up, nonmembers $9, members $6.

Life on the Erie Canal

3/24 2 pm

Fayetteville Village Hall, 425 E Genesee St, Fayetteville. 315-682-6660,

ArtRage Gallery: We All Fall Down

Through 3/24
Drawings by Pedan Wesley, the focus is on human/animal relationships. Free. 505 Hawley Ave, 315-218-5711.

Onondaga Historical Society: Hidden in Plain Sight

Ends March 25th
Traveling exhibit features photographs taken by Syracuse native and architectural historian Bruce Harvey of at-risk historic sites. Free, 315-428-1864.

Drop-In Tech Help

1/19 10 am, ends 3/30

Tech savy librarians will be available to help with your laptop, iDevice, ebook reader,etc. They may not have all the answers but they will know where to find them. Free. Baldwinsville Public Library, 33 East Genesee St, Baldwinsville. 315-635-5631.

White Ribbon Campaign/Vera House

3/1-3, ends 3/31
This is the 24th anniversary of the Vera House White Ribbon Campaign to raise awareness about domestic and sexual violence. Get ribbons, wristbands and chocolate by calling the Vera House Special Events office at 315-425-0818 or order online at

Home Headquarters Education Classes

Ends Nov 15th 9:30 to 11:30 am

Geared for first time buyers and people seeking more information on home ownership. $35 per person and $75 for couples. This is an 8 hour course and you must attend all 4 consecutive classes. 538 Erie Blvd West, Suite 100, Syracuse. 315-474-1939.

Music for the Mission


Music for the Mission is a non profit organization formed by Joe Stanley of Joe Stanley Law and his team 4 years ago. They partner with and support organizations such as the Rescue Mission, Salvation Army, ARISE, Urban Mission and more.

People have lost their homes. They’ve lost their jobs, their livelihoods, their dignity. Look at the person sitting next to you. This person is educated, bright, maybe lives in the suburbs, supports a family of four.One misstep and your neighbor could be reaching out to The Mission next month for help. There are many wonderful causes and charities you and your business can donate to. Today we ask you to consider helping to fulfill the most basic of human needs: food and shelter.


“We’ll keep fighting and doing everything we can to get this man what he rightfully deserves… his own identity!” says Joe Stanley. “There are countless stories I’ve learned and I’ve worked to help make right or make some measure of difference over the years. We have to put a face on the homeless and the hungry. It’s not just happening to ‘that guy or that bum’. Many of these people had productive lives, families, homes. A loss of a job, a bad divorce, the loss of a spouse, there are so many reasons why this happens to someone. No one is immune! You just can’t sit back and think ‘it’ll never happen to me’.


Let’s fight this together because that is the only way we will win this battle!


Joe Stanley

Founder of Music For The Mission

To learn more about this organization and learn of upcoming events please go to!blog/c97


3/17  5 to 8 pm

Admission is free every 3rd Thursday of every month! Free docent tour at 6 pm. Everson Museum, 401 Harrison St.


4/5 & 4/7  9 am to 12 noon Tuesdays & Thursdays

All nationalities are welcome. Sponsored by BOCES. Manlius Public Library. 1 Arkie Albanese Ave, Manlius