What’s Going On: Jamboree in Parishville, ‘Rosary Rally’ in Potsdam, Witches Night Out in O’burg, haunted hayride in Parishville
Friday, October 12, 2018 - 5:59 am

Local events on Saturday

Bartlett jamboree

PARISHVILLE: Jamboree to raise money for 13-year-old Rachel Bartlett of Potsdam, noon-6 p.m., Fireman's Field on Rutman Road; Bartlett underwent a recent liver transplant and is being treated for a variety of health issues; there will be food and live music; $5 donation for admission.

Craft show, box social

LISBON: Fall Craft Show, Box Social Auction & Festival, 10 a.m.–3 p.m., Lisbon Fire Department; supports the Lisbon Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary; music by Steelin Country; $5 admission, family discounts available; box social auction from 1:30-2:30 p.m.; info, or to donate, 322-8339, 528-4757.

Rosary Rally

POTSDAM: 2018 Public Square Rosary Rally, noon, in the park at the corner of Route 11 and Maple Street, across from Kinney Drugs; event will celebrate the 101st anniversary of the miracle of the sun during the Lady of Fatima’s final apparition, said a press release from organizers; local celebrants will join 23,000 others across the country in prayer and penance.

Coffee Hour

OGDENSBURG: Ogdensburg History Coffee Hour, 10 a.m., Ogdensburg Public Library; free public program for adults to share stories about growing up or working in Ogdensburg or bring an object for show and tell; local author and historian John Austin will join participants to share stories about the early citizens of Ogdensburg and Julie Madlin, city historian, will share information on the new stops on the “Strolling Down State Street Tour;” part one of a series called Ogdensburg History Coffee Hour which focuses on a people’s history of Ogdensburg; [email protected].

Witches Night Out

OGDENSBURG: Ogdensburg Area Zonta Club will host 7th Annual Witches Night Out, 7-11 p.m., Freight House Restaurant; music is by Big B’s Beats; $10 admission for those in witch costumes, $12 for those in mortal garb; tarot card readings; trophies; sponsors: Dale L. Hosmer DDS, St Lawrence Federal Credit Union, Dunn Glass Agency, Community Bank NA, Kimro’s Medicine Place, Fox Murray Funeral; proceeds benefit Zonta scholarships and projects.

PTSA Carnival

POTSDAM: Lawrence Avenue Elementary School; 1-4 p.m.; carnival games, prizes, DJ, snacks, ice cream sundaes; costumes encourages.

Haunted Hayride

BRASHER FALLS: Annual Haunted Hayride, Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce fundraiser, 94 Leary Flint Rd.; rain or shine; non-scary rides for smaller children start at 5 p.m.; main attraction begins after dusk (approximately 7:30 p.m.), later ride is not recommended for infants and small children; $3 for those 18 years and younger and $5 for 19 and older; 315-705-8913 or 315-705-8965, or on Facebook at Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce.

Family Wellness Day

OGDENSBURG: Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center hosting 4th annual Family Wellness Day, 10 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Lockwood Arena; free and all are welcome to attend.

Fall work day

RENSSELEAR FALLS: Fall work day at Indian Creek Nature Center, 8:30 a.m.-noon; join board members for a workday; tools supplied, or bring your own; leader: Roger Hutchinson, 315-386-4795.

Crochet Circle

NORWOOD: Crochet Circle, Norwood Public Library, 11 a.m.; volunteer Brittany Ashley will teach beginners and provide assistance; all ages and skill levels welcome.

Free Movie Day

NORFOLK: Norwood-Norfolk Key Club holding free movie day, 1 p.m., HS Auditorium, “Transylvania 3;” concession available with goodies, popcorn, and beverages; proceeds to the District Key Club project "Comfort Cases;" program gives backpacks with personal items for a young person going into the foster care system; bring a non-perishable food item, get a treat from concession.

Metaphysically Speaking

MASSENA: The metaphysical group "Metaphysically Speaking" meets, 1 p.m., Massena Library; topic this month will be “The Meaning of Love;” free and open to the public; 315-769-6235.