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Boilermaker Recognizes Local Volunteers, Press with Awards

The Boilermaker Road Race recognized two long-time volunteers and a media member for their contributions to the race Thursday, June 16.

Oneida Nation Craft Fair Flyer

Oneida Indian Nation Craft Fair

Enjoy a day out at the Shako:wi Cultural Center at the Craft Fair featuring Native artists, vendors and food. Smoke Dance Competition is at 1pm.

Tag Archive for: Oneida County

American Indian Summertime Craft Fair

American Indian Summertime Craft Fair
Saturday, June 4
10am – 6pm

Turning Stone Resort Casino

Event Center Corridor

Authentic handmade American Indian crafts, artwork, carvings, pottery and more!


Oneida Indian Nation’s Turning Stone Resort Casino features world-class amenities including five hotels, two luxurious spas, five golf courses, more than 20 dining options, a 125,000 square foot Vegas-style gaming floor, a cabaret-style Showroom, a 5,000-seat Event Center, customizable meeting and conference spaces and four night life venues.

Conveniently located 30 miles east of Syracuse at NYS Thruway Exit 33, Turning Stone was named Best Countryside Hotel/Lodge in 2019 by Conde Nast Johansens and Best in Golf 2020 by Northeast Golf Magazine. Turning Stone has also earned the prestigious Forbes Four Star Award at The Lodge, Wildflowers, TS Steakhouse and Skana in 2020.

Black River Watershed

12th Annual Black River Watershed Conference

The 12th Annual Black River Watershed Conference will be held on
Wednesday, June 8, from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
at the 3 Willows Event Center in Lyons Falls, NY.

The conference is part of an outreach effort of the Black River Watershed Management Plan. The goal is to connect with the decision makers, citizens and other interested agencies that live and work in the watershed, and inform them on issues the watershed is facing, demonstrate the latest research findings, as well as highlight projects that are underway to protect the resource we value so highly.

The Black River Watershed includes over 60 communities in Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, and Oneida counties. Please considering attending to learn some of the local history of the watershed, as well as the recent efforts and policies that are impacting water quality in the Black River Watershed and the Great Lakes.

The conference agenda and registration are available here.

Please note that your $30 Registration Includes and is non-refundable:

  • Full Day Conference
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Breaks

Conference Payment is Due: May 16, 2022

Register Online At: https://tughill.org/2022-black-river-watershed- conference/

For more information contact Nichelle Swisher at 315-376-6122 or nichelleswisher@lewiscounty.ny.gov or Jennifer Harvill, NYS Tug Hill Commission, at 315-785-2392 or jennifer@tughill.org.