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NEW HARTFORD — The New Hartford Art League held an opening reception for its 12th annual open juried show on Saturday, May 6, at Town Hall, located at 530 Main St.

Artists from throughout the Northwest Corner, along with members of the Art League, attended in the event.

According to Karen Meares, 12 artists participated in the show, which included pottery, paintings and photography.

“We run the gamut with both two-dimensional and three-dimensional art,” Meares said. 

New Hartford resident and Art League member Carol Taylor created an...

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Bakerville Library spreads holiday cheer

NEW HARTFORD — The Bakerville Library hosted its annual holiday party on Friday, Dec. 4, featuring seasonal treats, a tree-lighting ceremony, family crafts and an opportunity to meet Mrs. Santa Claus.
The library annex was brightly lit and bustling with activity as families divided their time between a crackling bonfire and caroling outside, and the cheery activities indoors.

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First Saturday considered a success

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MILLBROOK — Millbrook’s first First Saturday, held on Dec. 5, was so successful the Millbrook Business Association hopes to make it an annual event. About 15 Millbrook businesses participated.
Grace Church hosted a Christmas Bazaar offering handmade crafts, cards, painted glass, bird houses, watercolors, woolen hats and mittens, baked goods and jewelry.

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Holiday fair at Trinita

By SHAW ISRAEL IZIKSON
 
NEW HARTFORD — Trinita Retreat Center held its second annual Christmas Fair on Saturday, Nov. 14.
The fair included handmade jewelry, art and handmade goods by local area vendors.
“The money from the vendors goes back to Trinita to support our mission,” co-organizer Joy Milam said.

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Ping pong fun at library

NEW HARTFORD — For ping-pong enthusiasts in the Northwest Corner, it might seem difficult to find the time, space or money to enjoy your hobby. Tables are bulky and expensive to own, and community or recreation centers tend to prioritize basketball, bingo or other more common activities over table tennis.
Joan Auclair and the Friends of the Bakerville Library are hoping to change that.

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New Hartford 2015 Election Results

These results were provided by the town clerk of New Hartford. The winners are marked with an asterisk.

First Selectman

*Daniel V. Jerram (R), 1,226

John M. Burdick (New Hartford United), 430

Mike Companik (D), 303

Selectman

*Alesia R. Kennerson (R), 1,017

*Laura Garay (D), 466

Troy F. LaMere (Petitioning Candidate), 251

Candidates discuss issues

NEW HARTFORD — The first selectmen candidates running in this year’s municipal election gathered at the Ann Antolini School for a debate on Thursday, Oct 22.
Taking part in the debate was six-year incumbent Republican Daniel Jerram, Democrat Michael Companik and New Hartford United co-founder John Burbick.
Many issues were discussed, including growing New Hartford economically and developing Route 202.

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Cartober Fest raises funds

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NEW HARTFORD —  The 10th annual Cartober Fest, a benefit for the New Hartford Volunteer Fire Department, was held on Sunday, Oct. 4 at the field behind the Hurley Business Park.
Hundreds of classic cars were on display, including hot rods, convertibles, and vintage antique cars from the early 20th century.

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Dancers step in line at Senior Center

NEW HARTFORD —  The town’s Senior Center inside   Town Hall hosts a free line dancing class on Thursdays from 9:30 to 10:30 am.
The class, taught by instructor Rusty Nuemann, is open to the public and provides an energetic workout beneficial for improving strength and balance.
Jean Barnicoat, director and municipal agent for the elderly at the Senior Center, said the class has been going on for more than eight years.

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Volunteers paint up town

NEW HARTFORD — The New Hartford Art League sponsored a community mural painting project on Saturday, Sept. 19.
As part of the project, volunteers decorated parking lots with the works of local artists.
Using the theme of New Hartford’s slogan “A Town For All Seasons” as inspiration, the Art League held an open contest for artwork, and on Sept. 19 solicited volunteers to turn the winning entries into giant murals.

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Town celebrates New Hartford day at Brodie Park

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NEW HARTFORD — The 42nd New Hartford Day was held at Brodie Park on Sunday, Sept. 20.
According to co-organizer Mary Lee Dunn, who organizes the event with Sally O’Neill, the activity started in 1976 as part of Bicentennial celebrations.
“It’s grown a lot over the years,” Dunn said. “We are the only two organizers because we found that it’s easier than having a big committee because you can never get people to meetings.”

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