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Pet & Holiday Photos

11/23 10 am to 3 pm
For a $20 donation you receive one 8 X 10, two 5 x 7’s, and four wallet sized photos. Tractor Supply Store, 3580 Co Rt 31, Baldwinsville. Call Susan at 315-481-2939 or text her for more details.

Fall Craft Show

11/23 10 am to 3 pm

Free admission, lunch available for purchase, 40+ tables! Buy local and support your neighbors. Syracuse Polish Home, 915 Park Ave, Syracuse. 315-471-9348

Christmas Mart/Annual Art Show & Sale

11/23 9 am to 3 pm Holiday Luncheon 11 am to 2 pm
Handmade boxwood centerpieces, holiday candle sets, bake sale, silent auction, gift basket raffles and Santa will be there as well! Free to attend. Christ Church, 407 East Seneca St, Manlius. 315-682-5795

Selections from “Les Miserables”

11/23 7 pm
Students from the vocal studio of Carol Jacobe perform selections from the Broadway hit for their culminating recital. Le Moyne College, Grewen Hall, Syracuse.

Art. Craft, Bake Sale and Silent Auction

11/23 10 am to 3 pm Ends 11/24
Local artisans, silent auction featuring original artwork. Free coffee with the purchase of a baked good. Free admission. Schroeppel Historical Society Building, Main & Volney Streets, Phoenix. Call 478-335-8234 for more information.

Liverpool Elks Ladies Auxiliary Fall Craft Show

11/30 10 am to 3 pm
40 tables of crafts and direct sales. Come start and finish your Christmas shopping, food provided by the Elks Ladies Auxiliary. Raffles every 15 minutes! Liverpool Elks B.P.O.E. 2348, 3730 Cold Springs Rd, Baldwinsville.

Lights on Jacob Lane

Lights on Jacob Lane in Brewerton is proud to be participating in the Toys for Tots campaign for our 5th season. We welcome you to join our family as we collect new, unwrapped toys December 6th through the 8th from 6 to 8 pm. We love this opportunity to meet many of you and thank you for helping to spread the spirit of the season across our community. Lights on Jacob Lane is a free, family friendly animated Christmas light spectacular. Our display uses more than 25,000 pixel lights, over 5 miles of cable and 2,500 channels of computer animation. The show kicks off on Thanksgiving (November 28th and will run thorough New Years Eve (December 31st) during the following hours. Sunday -Thursday 5 to 9 pm, Friday & Saturday 5 TO 10 pm. Visit for more info.

Rabies Vaccinations for Pets Offered in Madison County

Rabies Vaccinations for Pets Offered in Madison County

Wampsville, NY – Rabies continues to be a problem in New York State and in Madison County. Five animals (2 raccoons, 1 feral cat, and 3 bats) have tested positive for rabies this year in Madison County.

“Residents should play it safe. Avoid contact with wild animals and pets you don’t know,” said Environmental Health Director, Aaron Lazzara. “It is also important to make sure your pets are up to date on their rabies vaccinations. Protect yourself, your family, as well as your pet from rabies.”

Madison County Health Department holds rabies clinics for dogs, cats, and ferrets, free to County residents. Four rabies clinics remain for the year: October 9th at the Bridgeport Fire Department from 5-7pm, October 26th at the Wampsville Highway Department from 9am-noon, November 6th at the Smithfield Highway Department from 5-7pm, and December 7th at the Oneida Veteran’s Memorial Field from 9am to 11:30am. Voluntary donations are appreciated to help defray clinic costs. All animals must be at least 3 months of age. Restrain pets using a leash and collar, harness, cage or pet carrier.

If you have an unvaccinated pet that comes in contact with a rabid or suspected rabid animal, you may have to make the tough choice to either euthanize or quarantine your pet for six months at your own cost. Avoid making a difficult choice. Make sure your dog, cat or ferret’s rabies vaccination is up to date.

Public health law requires all dogs, cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A second vaccination must be given within one year of the first, and continually be kept up to date per Public Health Law. This typically requires a booster vaccination every three years for dogs and cats, and annually for ferrets.

If you are bitten, scratched, or have contact with any animal you believe to be rabid, immediately wash the wound. Seek medical attention if needed. Always report animal bites to the Madison County Health Department at 366-2526.

For upcoming rabies vaccination clinics, go to Madison County Health Department’s website or call 366-2526.

Rescheduled Rabies Clinics for Onondaga County

10/24 5 to 7 pm St. Lucy’s Church, 432 Gifford St, Syracuse NY 13204 (Was originally scheduled for Oct 5th)
12/12 5 to 7 pm North Syracuse Community Center, 700 South Bay Rd, North Syracuse 13212 (Was originally scheduled for Dec 7th)

Veteran Employment Services/Easterseals

Veterans/Serving those who served: Focused on military veterans, Assisting veterans with disabilities, No cost for any services, Caring and supportive staff, Professionals that have helped people to address barriers to employment.

Housing/If you are: Homeless, Sleeping in a friend’s couch, Staying in a shelter, Living in a dorm, At risk of losing housing, or behind on rent or utilities.

Employment/Staff can help with: Criminal background, Being fired from jobs, Gaps in work history, Bad resumes, Not knowing where to find jobs, and filling out applications.

Please call 315-760-5800 for more information, their office is located at 109 S. Warren St, Suite 311, Syracuse, NY