In support of her grandmother Lois Bump, Kylie Tyo rode in the Parishville Bicentennial parade on Saturday. Her grandmother recently finished her treatments for lung cancer and is doing great, according to Allisia Tyo, who submitted the photo. Also picutred are Sophia Sullivan oh her bike and Katlin Sullivan who is standing.View enlarged photo.
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Communities throughout St. Lawrence County host farmer’s markets during the growing season.
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Horses pull a wagon full of people during a parade as part of Parishville's Bicentenial Celebration weekend. The weekend featured dozens of activities including a fireworks display, live music, historical presentations, bounce houses and more. Photo submitted by Abigail Remington. To read about the history of Parishville, see story.View enlarged photo.
Cornell Cooperative Extension is sponsoring two regional field discussions for Northern New York horticultural growers: one on July 28 in Willsboro and one on July 29 in Canton. The events are free-but-registration-required evening educational opportunities. Each program will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. with a picnic supper, farm tour, and discussion of vegetable production projects focused on season extension, inter-row cover crops, reduced zone tillage, crop pests: leek moth and spotted wing drosophila, and more.View enlarged photo.
"I have never noticed this marching band at the Seaway Festival before," said photographer Patricia Trudell. "These people belong to a Chinese Spiritual group called Falun DaFa/Falun Gong. It is a relatively young group with an interesting history and they march for morality and against oppression," she said. To view more parade photos visit.View enlarged photo.
Chloe Frank, 3, of Ogdensburg and Gabby Pecola, 3, of Syracuse, eagerly await the start of the Seaway Festival parade in Ogdensburg Saturday morning. Hundreds of people showed up to watch the dozens of floats, bands and vehicles. Photo by Jessica PecolaView enlarged photo.
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