Things to Do

2020 Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Canceled

We are saddened to announce that the 2020 National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Weekend events have been canceled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.  No other event better represents the spirit of Cooperstown or our timeless love for the game of baseball, and we’re certainly going to miss the memories we would have

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This Week’s Best Online Events, Virtual Activities, and Live Webcams

This week won’t be an easy one, especially for those of us in New York State.  While the fight to stop the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus may have changed your plans, there are several online events, virtual activities, and live webcams you can enjoy while staying at home.  Our dedication to travel remains as

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Stay Active During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Despite the closure of local gyms across the country, it’s now easier than ever to stay active and healthy at home.  A number of national chains have opened their online platforms to non-members, or are posting suggested workouts on their websites.  We’ve put together a list of our favorites here: Anytime Fitness Anytime Fitness isRead More

Things to Do this Week During the COVID-19 Pandemic

With the widespread closures of stores and venues, the postponement of larger events, and the temporary halt of dining in at restaurants due to Covid-19 safety restrictions, we've put together this list of things you can do from home.  During challenging times, activities such as these are good for our mind and body and areRead More

Curtain Call: The Glimmerglass Festival is Set to Wow with Boutique Productions and Powerful Classics

We think you’ll agree that The Glimmerglass Festival is a one-of-a-kind summer destination. Blending world-class opera and musical theater with renowned personalities and artists the festival offers a relaxed, casual atmosphere in the heart of Central New York.  That’s why we couldn’t have been more excited when we saw the recently announced lineup for the

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The Herkimer Diamond Mines Open in April for the 2020 Season and We Couldn’t Be More Excited!

Mark your calendars because mining season at the World-Famous Herkimer Diamond Mines open on April 10, 2020.  It’s been a long winter in Central New York, so we’re very excited about the opportunity to prospect for Herkimer Diamonds again in just a few weeks when the Herkimer Diamond Mines open.  This season gives us so

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Experience Maple Syrup “Sugaring Off Sundays” at The Farmers’ Museum!

March is Maple Syrup Month Everything is better with maple syrup and that’s exactly what you’ll hear if you ask Central New Yorkers. And if you’ve enjoyed one of our homemade breakfasts served with pure NY Maple Syrup from the Kraeger Family Farm, you know it’s true! March is finally here and the snow has

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Derek Jeter to be Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame this Summer

New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter has been elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, cementing his status as one of the greatest to ever play the game. Jeter finished his career with a .310 batting average, 3,465 hits and 260 home runs over 20 seasons with the Yankees. He was a

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Your Guide to Loving Winter in Central New York

Wintertime in Central New York is awesome. If you don’t share the same feeling, odds are that you’re just not doing it right. Sure, it’s cold outside and getting around in the snow can be a challenge, but few destinations offer the diversity and beauty found in our area. With at least another solid month

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4 Things to Do for The Holidays That Are Uniquely Central New York

Central New York is a winter wonderland during the holiday season, and there’s plenty of festive fun to be had across the region for you and your family. If you’re visiting the area this December, embrace the opportunity to enjoy these must-do Central New York holiday experiences. Snowshoe at the Utica Zoo Snowshoe at the

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