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Picnics at the Park Comes to Onondaga Lake Park

Looking to sample some local cuisine? Picnics at the Park will be held every Thursday throughout the summer at Onondaga Lake Park. Food trucks will offer $1 samples, and live music will also be available. Picnics at the Park takes the place of Taste of Syracuse, which was cancelled for a second year due to COVID-19.

Two popular events will also return to Central New York this month. From June 10-13, families can stop by the St. Sophia’s Greek Cultural Festival and order a variety of dishes, including Greek salad, gyros, dolmades, and baklava – it will be a drive-thru event for the second straight year. Then, from June 24-26, enjoy music from local and national performers at the (free) New York State Blues Festival.

More Information
Picnics at the Park: tasteofsyracuse.com.
St. Sophia’s Greek Cultural Festival: syracusegreekfest.com.
New York State Blues Festival:
nysbluesfest.com.

 

Everson Museum of Art Participates in Blue Star Museum Program

The Everson Museum of Art will offer free admission to active military members (and their families) through Labor Day.

“We’re honored to be a participating Blue Star Museum,” said Everson Director Elizabeth Dunbar in a press release. “Not only to recognize the sacrifices of our service members, but to also support the impact that the arts can have on military health.”

For more information, visit everson.org.

 

Syracuse Stage to Present “Master Harold”… and the Boys

Haven’t had a chance to catch a virtual performance by Syracuse Stage? This month, it will present “Master Harold”… and the Boys – the final performance of its reimagined 2020/21 season.

For more information, visit syracusestage.org.

For more community news, visit communityguide.familytimescny.com/article.

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