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CNY’S LARGEST INDOOR SHOPPING EXPO Saturday, September 25th, 9am-3pm NYS Fairgrounds Horticulture Building It’s back this fall! If you’re interested in being a vendor – please download the application paperwork HERE and send the completed application to Janice.Cole@cumulus.com. For more information check out our Vendor Information Sheet HERE.
Get ready for a food truck fight Saturday, September 25th from 11-8 at The NYS Fairgrounds!!! Over 40 of the best food trucks from Syracuse and Rochester will be teaming up for a little friendly competition featuring low cost samples ($3-$5), live music, celebrity judges, craft beer, craft vendors, kids zone, games and so much…
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We have some helpful links for you about the COVID-19 vaccine in Onondaga County and throughout New York State. All individuals 12 years and older are now eligible for the vaccine.More
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