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The Taste of the North Country was savored at the North Country Chamber of Commerce’s annual fundraiser Nov. 7. “It was bigger than ever, just great food, great people and a chance for people to learn about different area businesses and their services and products,” said Jody Parks, Executive Vice President of North Country Chamber of Commerce.
Symphonic Band presents “JFK Memorial Concert, Symphonic Band presents “JFK Memorial Concert, Night of Nations annual showcase of student acts from around the world, Northeastern Clinton Central School District Drama Club will present the fairy tale courtroom comedy, Mister F will perform, and Glass Onion band will perform. Check out full event listings here.
For the adoring fans of the period drama, Downton Abbey, the wait for the first episode of the season will come a little bit sooner! The pre screening will be celebrated with a character inspired gala on Dec. 14.
CVPH Medical Center officially unveiled its newest renovation Nov. 12. The new wing containing 22 private and health efficient rooms is located on the medical center’s fourth floor. It will open to patients Nov. 20.
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Job opportunities in the North Country is no longer reliant on the industries of mining, agriculture and timber. In rural communities, the future for filling homes and schools with year-round residents and job creation for current residents could come from employment at companies elsewhere through telecommuting.
Guests are invited to a two-night viewing of the grand Egyptian Asp, the dinner will be hosted for its extravagance and mystery and possibly a murder. The Curse of the Golden Asp Mystery Dinner Theater, hosted by the Woodman of the World chapters 462 and 1016, is a fundraiser for the Plattsburgh Relay for Life Survivor Committee. The event will take place at the Plattsburgh Elks Club, 56 Cumberland Ave. The two night performance will be held Nov. 8 and Nov. 9. Doors Open at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. This will be the third year WOW will host the theater group for their annual fundraiser and the second year they do it to raise money for the Relay for Life.
As the 23-month anniversary of a tragic accident that claimed the lives of four high school students comes and passes, their families and parents continue to fight to decrease the odds of similar tragedies.
Looking for an alternative to the average pumpkin patch picking? Try taking the plunge and out swimming other youth for the best pumpkin at the Bobbing for Pumpkins event at the Plattsburgh YMCA. Bobbing for Pumpkins will be held at the YMCA pool, 17 Oak Street, Oct. 27 and “bob” times will vary for age groups. Kids age 3 to 5 will take the plunge between 12:30 and 1 p.m., kids age 6 to 8 will take the plunge between 2 and 2:30 p.m., and kids age 9 to 14 will take the plunge between 2:45 and 3:15 p.m.
Friends came together for a night of music and dance in support of Alexa Limato who was seriously injured in a Sept. 20 house fire on Couch Street. The event “Help Alexa Heal” was held Sept. 26 at the Green Room and raised more than $3,000 that went directly to Limato and her family.