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Onondaga Ski Club
A Club For All Seasons
Post to Calendar Form: Items to be posted to the calendar should be submitted to the web committee using our on-line form.
Board of Directors Meeting held the 1st Tuesday of the month at Dewitt Town Offices.
If you would like to attend tonight's meeting, please contact email@example.com
Golf at Lyndon, tee time 1:00 & 3:00 pm.
Any questions text Jan at 315.727.8151
Last ride for the season and it finishes at Green Lakes. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Green+Lakes+State+Parkfirstname.lastname@example.org,-75.971239,16z
Use maps - Green Lake 3 - ss/s/m/l
After ride - Bull & Bear, F'ville
OSC SUMMER SPORT ENTHUSIASTS
It has become tradition to celebrate the end of our summer sports season with a dinner at Spaghetti Warehouse. Even though biking is one of our larger activities we also like to include our kayakers and golfers. While we will be sad to see the summer go we will look forward to the many exciting outings that fall and winter have to offer.
Cocktails - 5:00pm in the bar
Dinner- 6:00pm- As usual we will order from the menu and there will be separate checks
Please RSVP via the website (either from an OSC email or you can RSVP directly from the calendar - use the email address that OSC uses to communicate with you). If needed, you can text John Sonne at 315-450-1432 (please identify yourself!).
Contact: John Sonne, email@example.com (315) 450-1432
We are planning a joint Road Rally with the Finger Lakes Ski Club. Details will be forthcoming.
Event leaders: Neville Sachs, OSC, firstname.lastname@example.org and Bob Sloan, FLSC
Tonight's meeting will be held at The Maplewood Suites, 400 7th North Street, Liverpool, NY
Doors open at 7:00 pm, Meeting at 7:30 pm
Come join us to find out what's happening with the Club!
Light refreshments will be served, cash bar is available. Don't forget that OSC members have a 10% discount at the Blue Spruce Lounge. Just bring your membership card.
Did you know that Coleman's was established as a working man's saloon in 1933 on historic Tipperary Hill?
Let's enjoy a fun Happy Hour and raise a pint to this landmark location!
Of course, Coleman's has a full dinner menu for those who wish to stay on after the Happy Hour.
Please RSVP and let us know that we'll see you on October 17th.
Coleman's has plenty of on-site parking in the street level lot and the newer elevated parking lot adjacent to the restaurant.
Here's an Irish toast to put you in the mood: "To all the days here and after....may they be filled with fond memories, happiness and laughter."
See you there!
Following NYS Adopt-a-Highway guidelines, help make the shoulders and median of a two-mile stretch of I-81 more presentable.
Saturday October 26, 2019.
We meet at 9:20 in the parking lot on the west side of the Tully, NY Burger King, just off the Tully Rt. 81 exit.
Dress appropriately for being outside in the weather for 2 1/2 hours. Also, wear boots and bring gloves. Safety vests and helmets will be provided.
There is no cost.
Lunch at Jeb's in Tully.
For questions or additional details contact Nev Sachs at email@example.com or 315-436-1257
Many hands make light work.
Get a head start on the fall OSC book discussion book(s) by putting them on your summer reading list.
We are trying something different for this one time only. Read one of two books, both on the same theme which is the struggle of Native Americans in our society (and you can certainly read both books if you'd like).
Since some people prefer fiction, others non-fiction, this will give everyone a chance to read his/her preference. We are hoping we can share the ideas and themes of both books with each other and discuss some of the common themes.
The fiction book is There, There by Tommy Orange. It is a highly acclaimed novel about modern urban Native Americans. The author will be one of the speakers at the upcoming Gifford Lecture Series season, and the book has been chosen as the 2020 selection for CNY Reads, a one-community, one-book initiative. It was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize and called one of the ten best books of the year by the New York Times.
It is available in digital, audio, and print format but there are holds on all formats, so get your name in now.
The non-fiction book is Flowers of the Killer Moon. It is a true story, meticulously researched and told by author David Grann. It deals with the previously little known history of the murders of several members of the Osage Indians after oil deposits were found under their land in Oklahoma in the 1920's.
The author spoke at this year's Gifford Lecture Series and also at OASIS. His book, too, is highly acclaimed, on the "best books of the year" lists for several respected publications including The New York Times, the Washington Post, NPR, and PBS and was a finalist for the National Book Award.
It is immediately available in print and audio versions, but you'll have to put in a request and wait for the digital verison.
Check out the book forum on the website where you can leave comments about the books and look for any information that might be posted there.
For more information or comments email Dianne at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or leave a comment on the Book Forum on the OSC website. Happy reading.
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Movie and Dining outing (save the date)
Warren Miller’s 70th movie, presented by Volkswagen
November 15, 2019 – 7:30 pm at the Landmark Theater, Syracuse, NY
Group Price Movie Tickets are $20 (Subject to change)
Steve Knowles will offer 'Group Price' tickets when they become available in the Fall (late September ~ October).
Join us for our annual ski trip to Garnet Hill/Gore Mountain during the Martin Luther King holiday weekend.
Details to follow
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