Pet Adoption Day

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Please join us on Tuesday, August 14 for Pet Adoption Day at the market. We are excited to have Wanderers' Rest Humane Association joining us! They will be bringing available cats and dogs that are currently up for adoption. (The animals will be at the event from 3-6 pm).Please come out and help support their organization by donating a few much needed items from their wish list.

http://wanderersrest.org/donate/wishlist/
https://www.facebook.com/wanderersrest/

Aline Alexander Newman, author of National Geographic Children’s Books, will also be at the market on Tuesday with her books that focus on a child’s love of animals. Ms. Newman will have copies of her books for sale. 

Stop by our vendor booths to shop from them and pick-up all of your farmers’ market necessities. Stop by the MCHS table to pick-up a free market tote and market magnet, and to enter the drawing to win a gift basket and grand drawing of a birdhouse. Stop by the MCHS table to purchase your raffle tickets. Did you know that we are offering free entry into the drawing for all new visitors to our market? Ask at the MCHS table for your free entry.

Looking for fun, interactive craft activities for your kids at the market? Then check out Imagination Station with Maya Phillips. Each week Maya has a variety of craft activities set-up for kids. Storytelling for the little ones will be offered by the Oneida Public Library. The Madison County Historical Society will also be open for free guided house tours. For a nominal fee-face painting will be offered each week by Church on the Rocks. Stop by their booth.

A big thanks to our sponsors for making our market possible- The Gorman Foundation, White's Farm Supply, Senator David Valesky, Hartman Enterprises Incorporated, and MacCopy.

Information

Phone (315) 363-4136

Email

history@mchs1900.org 

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ADDRESS

Madison County Historical Society 

435 Main Street

Oneida, NY 13421

HOURS

May 26, 2020 - September 1, 2020 Tuesdays,  3pm - 7pm