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Avenue Q

9/21 and 9/22 at 7 pm, 9/23 and 9/24 at 8 pm, 9/28 at 7 pm

Redhouse, 201 S West Street, Syracuse

Benefit for Marybeth Martin

10/8  1 to 5 pm

Marybeth Martin has been diagnosed with a rare type B Lymphoma. She has endured chemotherapy and has not yet regained the use of her left arm, which prevents her from working to help support her family. She had been working two jobs, one as a receptionist at a local orthodontist office and nights and weekends as a server at the Manlius American Legion. Donations will help greatly to make this benefit a success, helping Marybeth to avoid financial disaster as she fights this terrible and debilitating disease. The benefit will include food, beverages, raffles, a silent auction, as well as entertainment. The benefit will be held at Whitetail, located at Woodcrest Golf Club, 6200 Old Cheese Factory Rd, Manlius. Arrangements for donations to be picked up by calling Lisa Morgan Phelan at 315-430-2099 or Charlene Baker at 315-569-4586. If you have any other questions please call either of them for more information.

Fayetteville Farmer’s Market

Every Thursday from 5/9 through 10/13  12 noon to 6 pm

Fayetteville Town Center off Burdick St. Your best source for locally grown foods!

Write Your Own Legacy

Mondays-Now through 12/19  10:30 am to 12:30 pm

A writer support group for writers over 50. Weekly meetings of like minded writers, providing an opportunity to engage and share, to make sure memories become a legacy. free to attend. Northern Onondaga Public Library, 8686 Knowledge Lane, Cicero. 315-699-2032.

Open Mic Night

9/1   7 pm  Ends 12/29

All music styles are welcome, great sound system. Donations are encouraged to keep the music alive. Held in the music barn. Kellish Hill Farm, 3192 Pompey Center Road. 315-682-1578.

Art Makes Cents

9/7 through 12/31  Wednesdays through Fridays 10 to 4 and Saturdays & Sundays 11 to 4

An exhibition of historic artwork and fanciful coin banks from the collection of Syracuse’s M & T Bank. Onondaga Historical Association Museum, 321 Montgomery St, Syracuse. 315-428-1864.

Volunteer Drivers Needed


Over 20 years ago, Congress cut funding for the VA’s Beneficiary Travel program. It was the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) who stepped up to fill this need. The DAV Transportation Network is in need of volunteers to provide transportation for veterans who are either incapable of driving themselves, have no family members or friends who are able to do so for them, to and from their appointments at VA-approved facilities. Successful candidates  must: Pass a minor physical, undergo a background check, complete a VA Volunteer application, have a valid driver’s license and have no DUIs or DWIs. This process will all be done though the Syracuse VA Medical Center.Please call the DAV HSC at 315-425-4353 or DAV Driver Recruiter at 315-425-4343, or stop by the Syracuse VA Medical Center, Room A174 and find out how you can help! This organization serves 14 counties , vans in the Syracuse area are in service between 6 am to 2 pm, Monday though Friday, vans coming in from greater distances may have earlier start times. Syracuse VA Medical Center, CNY Regional DAV Office,800 Irving Ave, Syracuse, NY (Closed Weekends & Government Holidays.)

Music for the Mission


Music for the Mission is a non profit organization formed by Joe Stanley of Joe Stanley Law and his team 4 years ago. They partner with and support organizations such as the Rescue Mission, Salvation Army, ARISE, Urban Mission and more.

People have lost their homes. They’ve lost their jobs, their livelihoods, their dignity. Look at the person sitting next to you. This person is educated, bright, maybe lives in the suburbs, supports a family of four.One misstep and your neighbor could be reaching out to The Mission next month for help. There are many wonderful causes and charities you and your business can donate to. Today we ask you to consider helping to fulfill the most basic of human needs: food and shelter.


“We’ll keep fighting and doing everything we can to get this man what he rightfully deserves… his own identity!” says Joe Stanley. “There are countless stories I’ve learned and I’ve worked to help make right or make some measure of difference over the years. We have to put a face on the homeless and the hungry. It’s not just happening to ‘that guy or that bum’. Many of these people had productive lives, families, homes. A loss of a job, a bad divorce, the loss of a spouse, there are so many reasons why this happens to someone. No one is immune! You just can’t sit back and think ‘it’ll never happen to me’.


Let’s fight this together because that is the only way we will win this battle!


Joe Stanley

Founder of Music For The Mission

To learn more about this organization and learn of upcoming events please go to!blog/c97


3/17  5 to 8 pm

Admission is free every 3rd Thursday of every month! Free docent tour at 6 pm. Everson Museum, 401 Harrison St.


4/5 & 4/7  9 am to 12 noon Tuesdays & Thursdays

All nationalities are welcome. Sponsored by BOCES. Manlius Public Library. 1 Arkie Albanese Ave, Manlius