The Magic of Sharon Springs Halloween Special will consist of a haunted house, magic show, music, movies, candy for the kids and much more. It will be held at the Big Red Barn on Beechwood Road near Lynk Road in Sharon Springs.
Cancer benefit for Sarah Gauthier-Shaut, Saturday at the Mohawk American Legion. Sarah is just 27, so please join her fight. There’s raffles, food and a Chinese Auction. $10 ages 14 and older. $5 6-13, 5 and under free. Donations for the Chinese Auction welcome. Contact Anne 315-717-5079.
Help Kayla Jones and her boys get back on their feet after they lost everything in a house fire. There’s a benefit at the Moose Lodge, Erie Boulevard in Canajoharie. Music, raffles, Chinese auction, and food. $15 admission, $25 couples, 12 and under free. To donate or for more info.: Charity, 518-709-8081.
All proceeds will benefit the Amanda L King Foundation. The foundation is a 501c3 charity that supports and gives financial assistance to families in Central NY who have a child fighting cancer. Your support of this event will make a huge difference in a family who has a child fighting cancer and will let them concentrate on their child's health. Additional Details: Admission $5.00. Music by Bug Country's Dave Silvers. Door prizes, Bake sale, Small, medium and large raffle items. Tickets are ready! Get a $1.00 off the entrance donation by getting your ticket early. You can use PayPal and use Send to a Friend and in the notes add the name to be put on the ticket. We will add your name to a ticket and you can pick it up the day of the event! PayPal is email@example.com. Early tickets are $4.00. Or contact Stacey Camadine Borst or Rose Mizgala Crowley through Facebook.
The 4th annual Community Candy Give-Out Event is being held at Kemble Park, on the corner of Kemble and James Street in Utica. Parade, giveaways, games and free candy! Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Kids For Utica Outreach Organization. More info.: 315-327-7116.
The Jordanville Federated Church is starting its series of "Literary Teas," in the Social Hall of the church at 209 Main Street, Jordanville. Come enjoy an afternoon of a traditional High Tea (three courses) and readings of short stories. We will be exploring “Children’s and Household Tales” collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, first published in 1812. Be prepared, they are not the Disney versions. All are encouraged to attend. Please call 866-3353 or 858-2798 to let us know you are coming so we know how many pots of tea to have ready. A free will offering (suggested donation $9.00) will be taken and divided between the church and the Jordanville Public Library. This series of “Literary Teas” will continue every other month throughout the winter, Dec., Feb., and April.