The Week Ahead, November 25, 2018
The Week Ahead sees the start of lots of holiday traditions in Central New York. Take a look at what the News Team at CNYCentral is watching for you
.Monday evening ...newly elected State Senator Bob Antonacci has a meet and greet...it's at six at Dewitt Town Hall.
Tuesday the Oneida Indian Nation Police — the first tribal police department in the country to receive CALEA accreditation — will be recognized for 25 years of service at the department's Canastota headquarters.
Tuesday is also Giving Tuesday, a day to recognize and financially support the work of so many community agencies...
Thursday, sentencing is scheduled for COR exec Steve Aiello on federal corruption charges...
Also Thursday, the Everson Museum holds its preview party for this year's Festival of Trees...the display opens to the public on Friday...til December 9th.
Friday, the last day on the job for Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler (his comment to us: "i will always be a syracuse policeman ...."
Friday is opening night for Syracuse City Ballet's Nutcracker....at Mulroy Civic Center
Saturday, pet rabies shots being offered in Mattydale and Oneida
It is also teddy bear toss evening ....at SUNY Oswego's hockey game at Marano Campus Center.
And World AIDS Day observances Friday evening at Lemoyne College's Panasci Chapel, led by ACR Health....
The day is actually Saturday, with free testing at DestinyUSA on Saturday afternoon
And Sunday, a polar plunge at Oneida Shores...it’s Special Olympics’ annual fundraiser.
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