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Saturday, 12-16
The Oneonta Holiday Farmers'Market is held Saturday's at Main Street Garage Walkway, at the top level of the Oneonta city parking garage from November 4th - December 30th, from 9am to 1pm.
Saturday, 12-16
Open House at Earthly Remedies. Come and try some Elderberry syrup available for sampling and purchasing. Check out the sales for your last minute holiday shopping. Great stocking stuffers! Sales will be announced as we get closer.
Sunday, 12-17
Join The Pop Up Florist for a holiday wreath-making  workshop this Sunday, December 17th from  12-2PM at Scriber's Prospect. This workshop is available for the first ten guests to sign up. To reserve your spot please email  
Monday, 12-25
Join us for Christmas Dinner from 3 PM - 7 PM on Christmas Day. Scribner's Prospect will be serving a family-style "New Zealand Lamb Feast" $65 adults & $20 children. For reservation please email
Sunday, 1-28
Essential Oil and Herb Class: Have you ever wondered about essential oils and herbs and why they good for you or what to do with them. Well look no more; you can take a workshop to learn more.
Saturday, 2-3
Ice harvests were once an essential part of winter in rural communities. Before there was refrigeration, ice was needed to preserve agricultural products and to keep food cold in the warmer months. Each year on the first Saturday of February, Hanford Mills Museum celebrates this rural tradition with the Ice Harvest Festival. Using historic tools and techniques, visitors can cut and maneuver blocks of ice from the Mill Pond, and then transport the blocks to the ice house by sled. Food, demonstrations, bonfires, and vendors round out a day of hands-on history and winter fun.
Sunday, 2-11
Skincare and Bodycare Workshop: Learn how to take better care of your skin with natural products. Learn about the benefits of using herbs and oils in your daily skincare routine.