Every 1st & 3rd Saturday. Doors open at 12:00 pm. Play the Early Bird Bonanza at 12:45. Food & Beverage available. All paper, smoke free. Admission $3.00.
Every third Sunday - A different featured band and caller each time. Beginners welcome, all dances taught & prompted, no partner needed. $7 admission, $5 for students and seniors, family max. $15.
Featuring artists & art work. Refreshments. In some venues, demonstrations or performing arts will be featured. Artists TBA!
Master Falconer Jonathan Wood of the Raptor Project, Roxbury, NY, will bring 15-20 live birds of prey, including owls, hawks, falcons and a golden eagle for 4 special programs. At 7 pm on Friday and at 10 am, 12 pm and 2 pm on Saturday, Jonathan Wood will display the skill and agility of these magnificent birds that are from every habitat on the planet earth. He brings unique insights, observations, and humor to these shows. This is one of the most unique wildlife presentations in the nation and is enjoyed by people of all ages. The program is held in the Waterman Center auditorium. This program is not to be missed.
Reservations required as space is limited. Call 625-2221 to register or for more information.
Adults: $12 for members/ $14 for non-members
Celebrating our heritage, learn about our new inclusion into the heritage area.
Multiple homes offers their sales throughout the neighborhood.
Each week may be a different pianist and anyone can sing along who would like to. There will be a cocktail hour from 7-8 pm with $ 1 off well drinks. Check in each week to see who will be the pianist for the evening.
A Zany musical comedy that use puppet alongside human actors to tell the story of a recent college grad, named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment on Avenue Q. In this adult-themed spoof on Sesame Street, Princeton soon discovers that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Fri. and Sat. at 8 pm. Sun. at 2 pm. General admission $18, Friday Students with ID $10, Sunday Seniors 60+ $15.
Knowledgeable guide relates interesting facts about the natural history of the river and the historical information about Hiawatha Island, The lush river vegetation provides habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. Reservations required. $12 for members, $14 or non members.
Pottery, jewelry, tote bags, knitted & woven items, felted jewelry, hats & more. Spinning demos and of course visits with the llamas and Chewie the camel.
Indoor Antique and Collectible Co-op. Antique and Collectibles open every Sat. & Sun. till end of Oct.
A lecture by Deborah Holler.
Contact the Chamber for more details.
1 pm. Our 5 Tier Tea includes our house soup, finger sandwiches an accompaniments, house entree, scones with fruit and our dessert. Reservations are required on a first come first reserve basis. $30 per person.
Come feel the softness of alpaca fiber, watch a shearing demonstration, check out he large selection of alpaca products available for sale and take an alpaca for a walk on our obstacle course. Free!
Shop for inexpensive perennials, annuals, shrubs, herb and vegetable plants.
Past NYSAA President and author William Engelbrecht will present “Point Mends in an Iroquois Village.” Dr. Engelbrecht has spent the last two years trying to fit Madison Point bases and tips together and then trying to figure out what the distribution of mends mean. A general admission donation of $6 for adults and $4 for SRAC members is requested. (Free admission for all students every day at SRAC.) Free admission to the SRAC exhibit hall is included in this donation.
"Northern Harmony 2" $5 donation.
Experiencethe calm and scenic waters of the Southern Tier's premier river. With a gentle flow and relaxed pace this 6 mile kayak tour is well suited for all abilities. This historic section of the river also provides an opportunity for viewing many species of birds, including a nesting pair of bald eagles. Our professional guides will accompany you down the river providing a safety orientation, kayaking basics and fun! Equipment and a shuttle bus ride back to your vehicle at the end of the tour are included. $50 per person.
Meet at the Owego Price Chopper, 42 West Main Street. Head up Route 38 to Richford, then across to West Creek Road via Route 79. West Creek will bring us back to Route 38, but we'll take Park Settlement Road to Lord Hill and Anderson Hill, dropping back down to Route 96 and across to Glenmary Drive for the return to the start. Some spectacular views with climbs to get there and peaceful back roads. The route can be viewed at mapmyride.com/view/68405314
Over 36,000 daffodils with dozens of varieties and colors ranging from yellow, gold, and orange to blush pinks, white and bi-colors. Stop by and enjoy!
Different bands each week! This week-Tim Ruffo!
Different bands each week! This week-Voo Doo Highway!
Camp Ahwaga is a non-profit organization that provides a six-week summer camp for children with disabilities in Tioga County. The educational/recreational program is FREE to children that attend. All proceeds from the tournament are used directly towards the kids!
• Cost- $150/team without shirts, $200/team with
• Teams can have 6-8 players of any age and can be all female or co-ed (co-ed teams must have at least 3 females on the court at all times)
• Two divisions- “competitive” and “just for fun”
• Registrations must be received by May 10th
• Teams will be guaranteed to play at least 4 matches
• Play will begin at 9:00am
• Food and drink will be available at the concession stand
Refreshments, Tour Lehigh Valley Depot-LV Caboose, Car Movies! Rain or Shine. Free Admission.
Memorial Day Parade at 10:30 in downtown Owego, followed by a ceremony at the courthouse square.
This live animal program presented by Tanglewood Nature Center highlights an animal from each of the 5 animal groups: mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and arthropods! Learn about he distinctive features of each group while you get a varied look at some of Tanglewood's animal ambassadors and enjoy SRAC's Exhibit Hall filled with thousands of local Native American artifacts!
The series will feature local historians presenting programs on a variety of historical topics. On May, 18th, Binghamton University graduate student Dan Pearson will give a lecture entitled: "In the Middle of Revolution: Rebellion, Civil War, and the Case of Jelles Fonda, 1760-1778." Pearson's lecture is an in depth look at how those caught between loyalist and patriot polarities experienced the American Revolution. The program is free of charge, but donation are appreciated. The museum is open Wednesday-Saturday from 10 am-4 pm.
Local grown perennials, shrubs, houseplants, and seedling (flower & vegetable.)
Refreshments will be served.
The fun part begins on Friday evening 5-8 pm, when everyone is invited to “Meet the Dealers”. Early Owego is a multi-dealer antique and collectible sales room hosting over 80 dealers. On Friday evening, we have invited all of our vendors to be with us and you to explain their areas of interest, talk a bit about pricing and valuation trends, answer your questions and take note of your wants. We have even asked that each dealer offer a favorite hors d’oeuver, beverage or snack. Come see how that works out…we expect some surprises!
“The Royal Blues” will perform without interruption from 6:30 pm until 8:00 pm. On the Mezzanine, dancing invited!
On Saturday, May 18th, the Early Owego Lecture Series continues with a very special presentation by Dr. Christopher Wright on the “Earliest Forms of Photography with a display of Period Cameras and Lenses”.
Dr. Wright will offer his talk and presentation of equipment at 2:00 pm on Saturday, May 18th at the Antique Center. You will not want to miss this fascinating individual who has truly overcome adversity through photography.