“Enchanted Forest” is the theme of the first dual-county gala hosted by Catholic Charities of Chemung and Schuyler Counties. Presented by the Hilliard Corp., the gala will be on Saturday, April 7, at the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel. The evening will offer a three-course dinner, live music by The Destination and silent and live auctions. Funds raised will support Catholic Charities’ poverty relief programs in the two counties, which include the Schuyler Outreach food pantry in Watkins Glen.
Schuyler County may be joining the fight against the opioid epidemic and its effects on residents. A public hearing on Monday, March 12, will accept comments on a proposed local law that would lead to a lawsuit against the manufacturers and distributors of opioid pain killers. The hearing will be at 6:30 p.m. in the Legislative Chambers, County Office Building, Ninth Street, Watkins Glen.
St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Schuyler County get an early start on Wednesday, March 14, with Celtic dancing and Celtic rock music. The free performances by The Ring of Chiarraighe Celtic Dancers and the band Kilrush will be at the new Watkins Performing Arts Center, WPAC, in the former Watkins Glen Middle School auditorium on Decatur Street. The 7 p.m. event is sponsored by Schuyler County, which is now managing WPAC operations.
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