2017
two thousand seventeen
Twenty-Seventeen
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Closing the Gaps Bike Ride

ENJOY a scenic 35-mile bike ride along NYS’s Erie Canalway Trail on National Trail Day. From Macedon to Montezuma experience the scenic countryside, tour stops at picturesque canal towns, and visit historic canal sites to celebrate 200 years of history



 To Register

Phone: (315) 597-4468

8:00 AM - LIGHT BREAKFAST WITH BIKERS AT MACEDON CANAL PARK PAVILION STOP #1 - PALMYRA CANAL PARK
STOP #2 - PORT OF NEWARK -
STOP #3 LYONS - LOCK 56, LUNCH at ABBEY PARK & MURAL TOUR STOP #4 - GALEN LOCK 65 SIGN UNVEILING
STOP #5 - ViILLAGE OF CLYDE CENTAL PARK
STOP #6 - SAVANNAH - WEST SHORE TRAIL & PARK
STOP #7 MONTEZUMA HERITAGE PARK PINCIC ON THE AQUEDUCT *** VEHICLE TRANSPORT RETURN TO MACEDON *** 



Meals Fee:
$10 per rider/$20 Family 


In PARTNERHSIP WITH
AMERICAN HIKING SOCIETY’S
NATIONAL TRAILS DAY 

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Entertainment at mi Café in Lyons This Week!

Sandra Sollie

We are having a remembrance memorial for Sandra this Wednesday, May 23rd at 6pm. It is at the Sandra Sollie Remembrance banner on Rte. 350, parking lot on right directly after the banner in the Berry Plastics parking lot. It will only last 15 minutes, but would love for you to come to show support and let the communities know that we need their help to bring Sandra and her unborn child-Brandon home. The Private investigator, Richard Ingraham will be there and he has kept her memory alive for 23 years. Richard is in his late 70’s now and coming all the way from Henrietta. Please let you neighbors/friends know to join us! Hope to see you there!

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WILLIAMSON-PULTNEYVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY JUNE PROGRAM

The theme of the June 7, 2017 program will be a celebration of Women's Suffrage in Williamson.
A re-enactment of the June 7, 1911 meeting of the Wayne County Women's Suffrage Association will be held at the Williamson Methodist Church at 7:00 PM.
Attendees are asked to meet in front of Cole's Income Tax Service, Williamson at 6:30 PM and then we will march to the church. Bring suffrage posters and flags to carry in the parade. Come and join the fun as we celebrate women's right to vote. Refreshments will be served at this meeting which is open to the public.



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St. Mark's Annual Garden Faire



Spring is here (really, it is). Time to plan your planting!      
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A visit to St. Mark's Garden Faire this Saturday will put you in the gardening mood.
 The Faire opens at 9:00 a.m. at 400 South Main Street, and will feature annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, herbs, and specialty items. Check out the bake sale for all their home made goodies. A treasure table will have a trove of unique items, and several vendors have joined us with crafts and gifts. The hot dog stand will open for lunch.
Tea time will start at 11:00 a.m. in the Parish Hall. Members of the Newark Garden Club are, once again, offering tea sandwiches, fruit kabobs, scones and cookies. 
                                                  Scenes from last year's Garden Faire and Tea Room



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Philosophy and Spirituality at Books, ETC.

May 14 - Spirituality and Philosophy: On Sunday, May 14 at 1:30 PM, Spirituality and Philosophy at Books, ETC. Participants might bring examples of what constitutes philosophy or spirituality for themselves. There will also be a reading from essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson. We are also reading a little about George Gurdjieff. This discussion is free and open to the public at Books, ETC., 78 W Main St., Macedon. For more information call John Cieslinski at 585-474-4116 or email books_etc@yahoo.com.

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