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Holiday Art and Gift Sale

Join us for a fun & festive weekend of gift shopping, supporting local artisans, and enjoying homemade food from our UUCB kitchen. This popular event runs Saturday, 12/10, 9 AM – 5 PM and Sunday, 12/11, 1 PM – 5 PM.
There will be plenty of unique, handcrafted items for sale to complete your holiday shopping! Our concession stand will be open throughout the event with an offering of homemade foods and baked goods. We can’t wait to see you there!

Shop a wide variety of all handmade items from local crafters and artists!
At the Apalachin United Methodist Church
303 Pennsylvania Ave
Saturday, November 19th, 2022
9am – 3pm

Lunch will be available!

Directions: Exit 66 off Rt. 17 to RT. 434 West. Turn left at the 1st light onto Pennsylvania Avenue. The Church is on the left across the street from the Apalachin Fire Department, about a quarter mile from Rt. 434.

Boulevard Methodist Church (113 Grand Boulevard) in coordination with the Children’s Home of Wyoming Conference TASP program and the American Civic Association will host a multi-cultural event on November 12th 4-6pm. There will be music, dance, food, and fun featuring the beautiful diversity of our community! All are welcome!! Everything is free!!

 Join the Phelps Mansion Museum as we kick off our Fall luncheon programs.

Historian and Press & Sun Bulletin columnist, Gerald Smith, will be giving a presentation based on a number of his columns concerning the history of Binghamton. The luncheon starts at 12:00pm while the program starts at 1:00pm.

Admission | Reservations Required

Luncheon and Program: $25.00/person

Program Only: $7.00/person

Reservations must be made before 5:00pm on November 7th


Stuffed Shells with Meatballs

Caesar Salad

Garlic Bread

Dessert: Rainbow Sherbert with cookie



Join the Phelps Mansion Museum as we kick off our Fall luncheon programs.

Leopold Schreiber’s Olde Fashioned Candies will be here to share the history of chocolate and will have a demonstration of chocolate making. After, be sure to stick around to sample some delicious nonpareils.

Lunch: $25.00 | Reservations are necessary

Program Only: $7.00

All reservations must be made by Monday, October 10th at 5:00 pm.

Lunch Catered by: Clines Catering


Banana and Strawberry salad with honey glaze

Open faced seasoned pork roast sandwich

Homemade stuffing with apples

Dessert: Pumpkin pie

September 24, 2022, Endicott, NY- The Junior League of Binghamton (JLB) is collecting Thanksgiving shelf stable food items to support CHOW and the RISE. This food drive is held in partnership with the Cider Mill. Show your support by donating the below Thanksgiving items on Saturday, September 24th (at the Cider Mill parking lot, 2 Nanticoke Ave, Endicott) from 10am-12pm.

At the ‘Donations for Donuts’ drive, every person who donates, The Cider Mill will be providing a ticket for a free donut to be redeemed on the day of the drive. (1 ticket per individual or 4-6 tickets per family.)

The JLB and Cider Mill will be collecting the following items: Canned/Dry Gravy, Canned Corn, Canned Green Beans, Cranberry Sauce, Canned Pumpkin Pie, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing, Cream of Mushroom Soup, Crispy Onions, Dry Macaroni, Can Opener, Aluminum Baking Pans, Thanksgiving Plates/Napkins.

Half Way to St. Patrick’s Day Party

Join the CSBC Foundation for our 1st Annual Half Way to St. Patrick’s Day Celebration on Saturday, September 17, 2022 from 3-8 pm under the tent at The Orchard at Chenango Commons.

This event will be a family-friendly day of live music, featuring the Stoutmen and Old Friends, all-you-can-eat Irish fare, all-you-can-drink, and much more!!!

The first 100 people to register will be entered to win a $100 Mirabtio gas card!

General Admission: $50, Children Age 5-12: $20, Children <5: Free

*All children must be accompanied by an individual over 18 years old.

The 8th Annual Mac & Cheese Fest will be held in downtown Binghamton, NY and will benefit the Binghamton Philharmonic.

You’ll enjoy Mac & Cheese samples from your favorite participating restaurants, have access to online voting & awards ceremony, and receive a menu featuring the restaurants and their Mac & Cheese offerings! Beer Tasting included!

Don’t miss out on this fest of seriously cheesy proportions!

Windsor Partnership Corn Festival & Tractor Show!

Come and enjoy all things related to CORN!

Corn Dogs, Roasted Corn, Popcorn, Caramel Corn, Kettle Corn, Hand Cut French Fries, Sno-Cones and more! Live music, Tractor Display, Corn Husking contest, History of Corn, Corn Crafts, Face Painting, Windsor Partners Duck Race, Spin Art, Games for Kids of all ages!!

Admission to the festival is FREE but please bring a canned good for Windsor’s Human Development Food Pantry

Windsor Town Fair

This Windsor hometown tradition returns after a 20-year hiatus with midway rides and games, live music and entertainment, Saturday night fireworks, local vendors and favorite fair food.

Highlights include bluegrass by Melanie and the Boys (4pm Friday), Pony Pulls (1pm Saturday), Nate Gross Band (8pm Saturday), Cornhole Tournament (noon Sunday), Car & Truck Show (noon-5pm Sunday), Habit Formin’ Band (6pm Sunday), and Michael’s Sensory Space, providing sensory-friendly activities to all children, with or without special needs (ongoing).

Fair admission is free.

Unlimited ride wristbands (for riders 36″ or taller) are $35 on site while supplies last or online at Tickets before 5pm July 21 for $29 each, 2/$55 or 4/$99.

Visit Windsor Town Fair for ride ticket specials, coupon savings on rides and food, and event updates.

Midway hours: 5-10pm Thursday, 5-11pm Friday, noon-11pm Saturday, noon-10pm Sunday. The fair opens daily at noon. Parent/guardian supervision is required for ages 17 and younger.

More information: 866-666-3247 or Windsor Town Fair

The fair is presented by Windsor Youth Sports and Recreation (WYSR) and Jackson’s General Store and supported by local businesses and community fundraisers.