The Binghamton Sertoma Club is hosting their Annual Million Dollar Antique Show, today, tomorrow and Sunday at the SUNY Broome Ice Center, more info and events here

 

The Binghamton Sertoma Club is hosting their Annual Million Dollar Antique Show, Friday 5p to 8p , Saturday 10a to 5p, and Sunday 10a to 4p, at the SUNY Broome Ice Center. Admission is $10 and that is good for the weekend.

Here are some other local events happening over the next few weeks.

  • Seton Catholic Central Middle School and BCCS Elementary Schools present The Lion King Junior Musical, April 27th, 28th and 29th at 8pm and April 30th at 3pm. Reserve tickets by emailing seton arts reserved at gmail dot com. Walk-ins welcome!
  • Meals on Wheels is holding an Open House, April 24th through 28th at 85 Walnut Street, Binghamton, for anyone interested in volunteering to deliver meals. For more information call 778-6205.
  • Saint James School hosts a Carnival Fundraiser for 4th grade teacher Joe Munson, who is battling cancer, April 22nd from 1 to 4pm at Seton Catholic Central, 70 Seminary Ave, Binghamton. For more information call 222-5488.
  • The Madrigal Choir of Binghamton presents “Iberia in the Americas: Spanish Choral Music in Mexico and the U.S.” April 22nd at First Presbyterian Church of Montrose, and April 23rd at United Presbyterian Church, Binghamton. To learn more visit madrigal choir dot com.
  • The Broome County Office for Aging presents the Walk With Ease walking program. For dates, locations and times call Dawn at the Office for Aging at 778-2134.
  • Dance and listen to big band era music when the Endicott American Legion hosts a Blue Velvet Big Band Dance, April 28th from 6:45 to 10:30 pm.
  • The Ti-Ahwaga Community Players present a Twisted Broadway Cabaret Fundraiser, April 22nd from 7 to 11pm. For more information go to Binghamton pride dot org.
  • Mom’s House annual Pizza Take-Out Sale is May 3rd. Proceeds from take-out pizza’s sold that day at Cortese Restaurant, Binghamton, and Bud’s Place, Apalachin, go to Mom’s House.
  • The Chenango Ambulance Station hosts an informational and sign-up event for Paws for a Cause, April 29th from noon to 4pm. The day will also include a Humane Society adoption day, as well as lots of family friendly activities.
  • Broome County fire departments will host Recruit NY Open Houses on April 29th from noon to 3pm for residents to learn what it takes to be a volunteer firefighter. For more information call Rob Brady at 343-7090.
  • April is STD Awareness Month. The Broome County Health Department, 225 Front Street, Binghamton, reminds residents that they hold an STD Walk-In Clinic, Tuesdays from 9 to 4, and Wednesdays from 1 to 5pm. No one will be denied testing due to lack of insurance or inability to pay.
  • All Saints Church, 42 Harry L. Drive, Johnson City, hosts a take-out Chicken Barbeque, April 30th from 10 to 11:30am. Half chicken is six dollars.
  • Nanticoke United Methodist Church hosts a Chicken Barbeque, April 29th from noon until 4pm. Nine dollars for ages 12 to adult; children under twelve are five dollars. Single halves are five dollars with take-out available.
  • The Museum of the Earth, Ithaca, hosts an interactive event “28 Million Years Later: A Prehistoric Puzzlehunt”, April 29th from 10:30am to 5pm for ages high school and above. Register your team by visiting p r i web dot org slash puzzle hunt.

 

If you would like to add your event to the list, let us know about it 2 weeks in advance. Fax us at 772-9806 or e mail doug.mosher@townsquaremedia.com

[via Hawk Calendar]

[via Binghamton Sertoma Club]