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Frsa flash 14 june 2012

  1. 1. FRSA FLASH 15 June 2012Contents of this news letter are compiled from multiple military family news sources and local area event sources. Materialpresented does not represent the views or endorsement of the 2nd BSTB, 2 nd BCT or the Army. This material is for personal use by the readers. All readers are encouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelinesWatertown Family YMCA Summer Youth Employment/Intern ProgramAre you 16 and looking for a job?Are you 15 and wanting to learn more about the world of work?The Y is looking for 16 year olds to work in a paid summer position and 15 yearolds for a non-paid intern position. 15 year olds are guaranteed a paidplacement the following summer.Program runs 6-8 weeks beginning the week of July 9thParticipants will work 15 hours per week at job placements within JeffersonCounty and attend 2 hr Friday learning sessions at the Fairgrounds Y.Benefits include—work experience, on site work counselor visits, weekly lifeskills classes including topics such as budgeting, career exploration, educationand training requirements.Current employer partners are; Watertown Daily Times, Jefferson CommunityCollege, Thompson Park Zoo, Flower Memorial Library, Sci-Tec Center, GreaterWatertown Chamber of Commerce, Watertown Housing Authority, Tunes 92.5, YMCASACC, Fairgrounds YApplications will be accepted through June 22nd Application can be downloadedfrom our website or picked up at any Y location inWatertown and Carthage If you have questions please call or e-mail Rebecca
  2. 2. CHECK OUT THEDRIVEIN MOVIESwww.baydrivein.comAdults (12 & over) $6Active duty military with ID $5Children 7-11 $2 and under 6 freewww.blackriverdrivein.comAdults (12 & over) $7Children 7-11 $2 and under 6 free
  3. 3. June 14 – 17ClaytonSAILING SEAWAY CLAYTONThousand Islands Regional Dock at Frink Park, Riverside Drive. The 2012 featuredvessel, the 110-foot sailing training tall ship Fair Jeanne. MIKE FOLSOMJune 15-17LowvilleTUG HILL BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL 2012held at the Maple Ridge Center, 7421 East Rd, Lowville. The hostbands, the Atkinson Family and Lost Time would like you to join us in our 7th year, 2012 when we bring to TugHill The Lonesome River Band, The Spinney Brothers, Acoustic Blue and Remington Ryde to name a few! Also bypopular demand, Audie Blaylock and Redline, and Heather Berry and Tony Mabe, along with your host bands, theAtkinson Family and Lost Time. Come and join us for the 6th Tug Hill Festival!June 15Alexandria BayPOKER RUNS AMERICAN THUNDER IN THE BAYPoker Run of the most powerful boats in the water. Take off from the Village docks and travel to Clayton, CapeVincent, and Ogdensburg.Phone: 315-482-9531 - ALEX BAY CHAMBER Links: http://www.pokerrunsamerica.comJune 15ClaytonTHE GREAT NEW YORK STATE FOOD & WINEFESTIVALRecreation Park Arena - East Line Rd.This is an event celebrating quality "Made in New York" food andwine products including candy and cheeses, nuts, sauces, herbs &spices, maple syrup and other maple products, apple cider, cookiesand ice cream and of course, NYS wines. Come and taste and buythe great foods and wines of New York St...Email: CLAYTONCHAMBERPhone: 315-686-3771 - CLAYTON CHAMBERLinks: http://www.nysfoodwinefestival.comJune 16Clayton1000 ISLANDS FAMILY DAY Antique Boat Museum 750 Mary Street, Join us for a day of free admission, free boat rides and activities for thewhole family!Email: MARGARET HUMMELPhone: 315-686-4104 - MARGARET HUMMEL
  4. 4. June 16-17WatertownThompson Park ZooZOOM is coming back to the North Country! The Fast and the Furriest.Presented by the Car-Freshner Corporation and sponsored by Otis Technology, ZOOM is a car show like noother! This years event will be hosted at the New York State Zoo on June 16th and 17th and will feature big trucks,fast cars, sleek limos, smoking sports cars, giant dump trucks, fire trucks; all the hottest vehicles in one place!ZOOM has raffles, giveaways and kids games; plenty to do and see!This years highlights include the Highway Legends and a demonstration by the heroes of the Watertown FireDepartment as they perform a vehicle extraction right before your eyes!June 16WAR OF 1812 BICENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL PEACE GARDEN DEDICATIONSackets HarborWest Main Street corner of Ray Street, Sackets Harbor joins with communities around Lake Ontario observing theWar of 1812 Bicentennial by establishing an International War of 1812 Bicentennial Peace Garden. The villagesgarden dedication is at 2pm. Join the village in commemorating this historic event. A community BBQ follows.Email: village VILLAGE CLERKPhone: 315-646-3548 - VILLAGE CLERK Links: http://www.sacketsharborny.comJune 16LaFargevilleCIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT NNY Agricultural Society at Stone Mills, Route 180Come and watch as the North defends itself against the South. Here the cries of the wounded and the cheers of thevictors. Call for more information. Email: MUSEUM STAFFPhone: 315-658-2353 - MUSEUM STAFF Links: http://www.stonemillsmuseum.orgJune 16WatertownMidsummers Eve Masked BallDate: June 16, 2012 Time: 6:00 PM - 6:00 PM http://www.renuespaandskincarecenter.comEvent Description Renue Spa & Skincare Center proudly presents Midsummers Eve Masked Ball to benefit thechildrens charity projects of the Watertown Evening Rotary Club. In partnership with NNY CommunityFoundation Live music by "the Critics" of Syracuse, Catering by Dominicks Restaurant of Syracuse, NYHeld at the State Office Building at 317 Washington Street, Watertown from 6pm to 10 pmDancing, Great Food and plenty of fun! Chances to win spa packages and other prizes!Company sponsorship available Tickets are $70 per person Tables of 10 availableJune 17- 23GREAT INTERNATIONAL STEAMBOAT FLOTILLA Antique Boat Museum 750 Mary Street Clayton, NY 13624American and Canadian steamboat owners gather at the Antique Boat Museum for their annual event!Email: MARGARET HUMMELPhone: 315-686-4104 - MARGARET HUMMEL Links: http://amb.orgJune 17LaFargeville32ND ANNUAL DRAFT HORSE SHOW AND PULLLocated at Rt 180 at Stone Mills.Draft Horse Show & Pull and Chicken BBQ...a great way to spend Fathers Day. This has become an annual favoritefor the whole family.Email: MUSEUM STAFFPhone: DONNA RUSSELL - 315-658-2333 AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM - 315-658-2353Links:
  5. 5. June 20WatertownSUMMER SOLSTICE AT THE ZOOThompson Park Watertown, NY 13601Find out what the solstice is all about with a fun and educational lecture, witness the construction of a NativeAmerican tipi, participate in live demonstrations, story time, crafts, animal enrichment opportunities, live music,refreshments and a one of a kind solstice ceremony. Admission Charged.Email: KURT Phone: 315-755-0894 - KURTLinks: or http://www.nyszoo.orgJune 21-23CarthageSt. James Fair State Street, ride, food and fun for the whole family.June 21- July 9Alexandria BaySUMMER BOOK SALE AT MACSHERRY LIBRARY112 Walton Street Book sale at the library for 2 weeks. Phone: 315-482-2241 - MACSHERRY LIBRARYJune 21ClaytonBLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS Clayton Opera House 405 Riverside Drive Clayton, NY 13624A musical institution, Blood Sweat & Tears has left an indelible mark on the American music scene since 1968. Oneof the greatest horn bands in the history of popular music, BS&T alumni roster reads like a Whos Who of theworlds greatest jazz and rock musicians. The last original member Bobby Colo...Email: BOX OFFICE Phone: 315-686-2200 - BOX OFFICELinks: http://www.ClaytonOperaHouse.orgJune 22 – July 30ClaytonALONG THE RIVERS EDGE ART SHOW & SALEThousand Islands Arts Center 314 John St Clayton, NY 13624Please join us on Friday, June 22nd for the Opening Reception of our Along the River’s Edge Art Show & Salefrom 5:00-7:00PM. The exhibit will remain in the Arts Center until the end of July.Email: INFORMATION Phone: 315-686-4123 - INFORMATIONLinks: http://www.tiartscenter.orgJune 23 & 24Free Fishing Days in New YorkAccording to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation website (DEC), each year, the last fullweekend in June is designated as Free Fishing Days in New York State. During those two days, anyone can fishNew York State waters, and no fishing license is required. This event started in 1991 to allow all people theopportunity to sample the incredible fishing New York State has to offer. Since no license is required, it is theperfect time to take a friend or relative fishing.June 27ClaytonTHE MANHATTAN STRING QUARTETClayton Opera House 405 Riverside Drive; Critically acclaimed as one of Americas leading ensembles, TheManhattan String Quartet is celebrating its 41st season. Hailed by Michael Steinberg of the Boston Globe as "anational treasure"; has appeared throughout the United States, Europe, Japan, Canada, Mexico and South ...Email: BOX OFFICE Phone: 315-686-2200 - BOX OFFICELinks:
  6. 6. June 29-July 1Alexandria BayTI RIVER RUN MOTORCYCLE RALLYVillage of Alexandria Bay 3 day Motorcycle Event that includes live music, biker games, burn out contests, over 30vendors, and so much more. Poker Run on Sunday to benefit Childrens Miracle Network.Email: ALEX BAY CHAMBERPhone: 315-482-9531 - ALEX BAY CHAMBERLinks: http://www.tiriverrun.comJune 30ClaytonTILTREK - GRINDSTONES GRASSLAND BIRDS HAYWAGON RIDE Grindstone Island10 am. Join expert Gerry Smith on this island tour aboard a haywagon to see sensitive grassland habitat and look forbirds. We may walk in wet fields, so wear appropriate footwear and bring binoculars. Meet at the TILT office. Spaceis limited! Make a contribution to TILT to participate.Email: TILT STAFFPhone: 315-686-5345 - TILT STAFFLinks: http://www.TILandTrust.orgJune 30Clayton3RD ANNUAL KEITH BRABANT MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP FESTIVALCoyote Moon Vineyards. Continuous music from 2 stages, HUGE silent auction, craft vendors, food vendors,family activities, info & display booths.Phone: 315-686-5600 - INFORMATIONLinks: http://www.CoyoteMoonVineyards.comAugust 11WatertownThompson Park ZooBobcats, Bears and Brews - (21+ only)Taste test good food and different brews with a special evening view of the animals.
  7. 7. TRAINING INFORMATION MOBILIZATION AND DEPLOYMENT (YOU MUST CALL TO RSVP 772-0470) FRG Leader : JUL 09 0900-1300 ACS SEP 13 0900-1300 ACS Key Caller: JUL 12 1000-1130 or 1400-1530 ACS AUG 16 1000-1130 or 1400-1530 ACS Key Caller Advanced: JUL 30 1300-1430 ACS Informal Funds: JUL 09 1400-1500 or 1700-1800 ACS SEP 13 1400-1500 or 1700-1800 ACS OPSEC For Families: AUG 13 1300-1430 ACS Event Planning: AUG 13 1030-1200 ACS Master Resilience Training: AUG 20 0930-1230 ACS Care Team Training: AUG 28 0930-1230 ACS AFTB (YOU MUST RSVP TO 772-6710/9229) Marathon: JUL 16-20 0900-1600 ACS Level 1: AUG 01-02 0900-1600 ACS Level 2: AUG 21-22 0900-1600 ACS Stress Management - For more information, call 772-0593. JUL 03 1330-1530 ACS Anger Management - For more information, call 772-0593. JUN 19 1330-1530 ACS JUL 10 1330-1530 ACSContents of this news letter are compiled from multiple military family news sources and local area event sources. Material presented does notrepresent the views or endorsement of the 2nd BSTB, 2 nd BCT or the Army. This material is for personal use by the readers. All readers areencouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines.