What's Going on Saturday: Live music in DeKalb Junction and Potsdam, Winterfest in Canton, Pool in Hogansburg, and more
Thursday, February 13, 2020 - 4:58 pm


Free movie

OGDENSBURG: Reality Check hosting free movie night featuring “Jurassic Park Fallen Kingdom,” 5 p.m., Ogdensburg high school auditorium; movie starts at 6 p.m.; activities for youth such as fossil digging, adopt a dinosaur, and multiple photo booth opportunities;

Food distribution

MASSENA: Food distribution, 9-10:30 a.m., St. Vincent de Paul Society, 128 Main St.; for St. Lawrence County residents only.

WhiteOut Weekend

CLIFTON/FINE: Annual Adirondack WhiteOut Weekend (WOW) held in the communities of Star Lake, Cranberry Lake and Wanakena is scheduled for Feb. 14-16; admission is free to the family event which will feature a variety of outdoor recreation, music and arts, food, crafts, interactive presentations, kids activities, snowmobile-accessible events and more; some costs will apply for individual events; staged through 100% volunteer efforts and the generosity of sponsors, donations and fundraising proceeds; https://sites.google.com/view/adkwow.

Scrapbooking Adventure

CANTON: Scrapbooking Adventure, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., hosted by the Knights of Columbus, 30 Miner St.; Canton Winterfest event; $15 cost, including lunch; pre-registration required; learn the art of scrapbooking and preserving memories in photo-safe albums; for both beginners and advanced scrapbookers; bring photos and memorabilia as well as any other materials you wish to use; products available for purchase as well; consultant on hand to motivate and assist attendees with demonstrations; info: Sherry Stone 315-379-0419 or consultant Pam Tishberg 315-268-0268.

Pool tourney

HOGANSBURG: Co-ed 8-ball pool tournament, 2 p.m., Brasshorse Grill; $25 entry, $20 early entry; Joe Herne, 315-705-5707.

Free rabies clinic

CANTON: St. Lawrence County Public Health Department hosting first free rabies clinic of 2020, 10 a.m.-noon, inside the main lobby of the Canton Human Services Building, 80 State Highway 310; pre-registration required: www.health.ny.gov/gotoclinic/45; participants are asked to arrive at the time of their scheduled appointment, not before, to help make the onsite clinic process run efficiently; bring pet’s current rabies certificate (not a rabies tag) if one is available, as this is the proof of vaccination; for help with pre-registration, call 315-386-2325; pre-registration link for the Feb. 15 clinic can be found on the public health website at www.stlawco.org/Departments/PublicHealth/PublicHealth or on the Public Health Facebook page @SLCPublicHealth.

Contra dance

CRANBERRY LAKE: Contra Dance at the Cranberry Fire Dept., with live music by Wake the Bear! Beginner instruction starts at 6:30; no partner necessary, all dances are taught: contras, circle dances, quadrilles, square dances and line dances; come to dance, listen or watch; refreshments available.

Men's breakfast

MASSENA: Men’s Breakfast at Spanky’s, 3 North Main St., 8:30 a.m.; starting new this year “The Oracle, The Jubilean Mysteries Unveiled" by Jonathan Cahn.

Grasse River Players

CANTON: The Grasse River Players Present (last day performance) of "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change," 2 and 7 p.m., at Gulick Theatre on St. Lawrence University campus; Canton Winterfest event; tickets $12.

The New Buckskins

DEKALB JUNCTION: The New Buckskins, 8 p.m.-12 a.m., Amvets Post 11.

Northern Symphonic Winds

POTSDAM: SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music and the Northern Symphonic Winds invite the public to enjoy a concert titled "There and Back Again," 7:30 p.m., Helen M. Hosmer Concert Hall; conducted by Dr. Brian K. Doyle and Dr. William L. Lake Jr.; before the invention of the internet and modern-day travel, cultures that had once been separated by major oceans and natural borders became "neighbors," as musical exchanges allowed performers and audiences to transport themselves to places near and far. The Northern Symphonic Winds concert, "There and Back Again," will present the wind music of American and international composers, by juxtaposing their unique artistic voices; program includes Roshanne Etezady's "Shoutout," Aram Khachaturian's "Armenian Dances," Aaron Copland's "Emblems," Jindrich Feld's "Divertimento," Julie Giroux's "Riften Wed," Percy Grainger's "Lincolnshire Posy," and a transcription of Camille Saint-Saëns' "Pas Redoublé" by the late Crane Professor Emeritus Arthur Frackenpohl; admission to the concert is $10 for adults, $5 for senior citizens and free for SUNY Potsdam students -- no passports needed.