Upstate New York is one of the most underappreciated places on planet Earth. We are home to some of the most beautiful lakes and rivers in the world, stunning hiking trails with breathtaking views, rich history, vibrant arts and culture scene, and outstanding food.
Join us on June 29 for High Noon. Miner librarians Linda Hasman and Liz Grace will explore all things Upstate New York. Find out the best places to hike and camp. Learn about the museums, theaters and other cultural points in our region. We will also touch on important Upstate New York history. (Did you know that Fort Ontario was the only location in the United States that housed Holocaust refugees?) Learn about the carousels of Binghamton, and where to find the best lake view while enjoying a delicious meal (Rudy’s Lakeside Drive-in in Oswego), just to name a few. Many of these destinations are just a day-trip away!
Maybe we’ll even settle the age-old debate – What or where is Upstate New York anyway? (probably not…)
Join us at noon on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, in the History of Medicine Room at Miner Library. Feel free to invite your colleagues and bring your lunch! For more information, contact Linda Hasman at 275-3399.