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1989 F250 plow truck, needswork, $1000 OBO. (315) 244-8849.
2000 Ford Ranger 6 cyl., 149Kmiles, little rust, runs great, ask-ing $2000 OBO. (315) 393-0137.
2012 Ford Focus SE, 55,000miles, very good condition,$6995 OBO. (315) 296-2223 or296-7779.
1989 Chevy hot rod type pickup,step side, $2500 OBO. (315) 244-8849.
Ford: EGR Valve MotorcraftE45E-9H473-A2A, new 1986,$50. (315) 848-4171.
Tire: New Firestone TransforceA/T LT 245/70R17 M+S with rim, $130. (315) 848-4171.Tires: 2 NEW Leao Lion SportA/T 265/70R17 M+S, $240. (315)848-4171.
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Canton: 2 bdrm, apartments,FREE FREE heat, electric, water& garbage removal. FREE FREE(315) 386-2166.
RENTAL ADS: There is acharge for rental ads.Place your ad online atwww.northcountryshopper.com315-562-3733
5-unit apartment building in Og-densburg for sale. $55,000. (315)393-0917.
BREEDER/PUREBREEDADS: There is a charge for breeders & purebred pets.Place your ad online at www.northcountryshopper.com 315-562-3733
Wanted: Female Dachshund.(315) 775-7836.
Dog cage, 2’x2’x3’, asking $30.(315) 268-8120.
Job Wanted: Home Health Careassisting meds, cooking in Bom-bay/Ft. Covington area. (315)296-8708.
2010 New Holland BR7060round baler, Silage Special, exc.cond., asking $13,500. (315) 705-5215.
FIREWOOD/HAY FOR SALEADS: There is a charge for Firewood & Hay for sale ads. Place your ad online at www.northcountryshopper.com 315-562-3733
RED ANGUS BEEF cow, $2.75/lb. hanging weight plus butcher fees. Nancy (315) 705-9032.
2008 Yamaha Rhino side by side, real good shape, $5500 OBO. (315) 244-8849.
Like brand new 21-speed FujiCross Town bicycle, made formen or women with low slanting bar, found the price listed new online for $699. Springs aroundthe corner jump on my bike & enjoy the warm weather soon! Make reasonable offer. (315) 778-6339.
Used 10-speed bike; $20. (315)344-7340 or (315) 854-4120 any-time.
1997 Ski-Doo Formula Z 583, exc. cond.; $700 firm. (845) 216-0284.
Harley Davidson telephone, works perfect, 1980. (315) 405-6837.
Brand new La-Z-Boy rocker re-cliner, brown corduroy, big stuffstyle, paid $600, asking $300.(315) 344-7563.
Nice large pine microwave carton caster wheels, 2 shelves, adrawer & 2 bottom doors, asking $75. (315) 778-6339.
Portable folding table, 42.5”long, 27.5” wide, 27.5” high, nev-er used. $30. (315) 347-2033.
(3) Humidifiers, warm air, all work great, like new, 2 are Vicks,1 is Sunbeam. $10 each. (315)347-2033.
8’ fiberglass step ladder, rated250 lbs., asking $110. 4’ step lad-ders, rated 225 lbs., brand new,$40 each. (315) 268-8120.
BATHROOM RENOVATIONS.EASY, ONE DAY updates! We specialize in safe bathing. Grabbars, no slip flooring & seatedshowers. Call for a free in-homeconsultation: 866-248-6408
Combination wood oil furnace,Duomatic Olsen, custom builtheat exchanger, $500. (315) 322-4066.
Wood stove with glass door,takes 18” wood, exc. shape;$400. Kitchen gas stove, exc.cond., $50. (315) 386-2163.
Homemade wood burningstove, with heat saver, bricklined, includes roof kit, asking $200. (315) 389-4541.
John Deere 1130 SE snowblower, used 3 or 4 times,exc. cond., has canopy, used 3-4times, asking $1000 OBO. (315)268-8120.
Stay in your home longer withAmerican Standard Walk-In Bathtub. Receive up to $1500 off,including a free toilet, and life-time warranty on the tub and in-stallation! Call us at 1-855-465-5426
Woodworkers Shop Equip-ment: Dust collector Penn StateDC18, 2 bag system with micronbags lists for $245. Asking $150.JET AFS 1000b air cleaner withremote control, lists for $399new, asking $175. CraftsmanDual Bevel 8-1/2” miter saw;$100. All 3 for $375. Bob (315)393-4190.
1970’s Rockola Jukebox,Model 468. Not working, needsrepair & restoration, veryheavy. You move. Make offer.(315) 705-7988.
7 cu. ft. chest freezer, like new;$120. (315) 287-4532.
New in box, GE 800 watt largejuice extractor, 2 speeds, paid$60, sell for; $50. (315) 347-2033.
(2) Saucer chairs, micro-suede,1 black, 1 purple, exc. cond., $12 each or both for $20. (315) 323-1398.
Barbie roller blades, adjustable youth sizes 10/11/12, exc. cond.;$10. (315) 323-1398.
Little Tikes roller blades, forchildren under 36 months, exc.cond.; $10. (315) 323-1398.
Baby crib/toddler bed, darkbrown, very good shape, no mat-tress; $30. Graco stroller, goodshape; $25. Fisher Price bearsoothing sounds bounce seat,great shape; $20. (2) BumboSeats, 1 with tray, $5 each. (315)854-5539.
Graco Baby Swing, like new,$100 OBO. (315) 705-1765.
Stroller with car seat that goeswith it, beautiful condition, Even-flo, $50. (315) 393-4816.
Painting supplies, 10 differentsizes of canvas, many new paintbrushes, acrylic paint, some oil pant, pallet knives, all for $200.(315) 347-2033.
Looking to Buy: 55 gallon steelbarrels, good cond. (315) 268-8120.
NOTICE: Wanting informationabout membership to the OwlMountain Club. (518) 317-0585.
Wanted to Buy: 6’, 7’ & 8’ steel T-post. (315) 268-8120.
Wanted to Buy: Electric woodsplitter. (315) 322-4301.
Wanted to Buy: Good used Stihlleaf blower & MS 250 chainsaw,both in good cond. (315) 268-8120.
Wanted to Buy: Storage shed ingood cond., 12’ or 14’ wide. (315)268-8120.
Wanted to Buy: Inversion tablein good condition. (315) 389-4541.
Wanted to Buy: Front snowblade to fit L3000 LT Kubotatractor with manual tilt. (315) 389-4541.
Wanted to Buy: Wire shelving18”x48”x6’ high or 24”x48x6’high, in good cond. (315) 268-8120.
Wanted: Antique wood cookstove with reservoir on side &warming oven. (315) 386-3689.
Wanted: Hard working teennear Spruce/Ober/Liberty inMassena to shovel firstname.lastname@example.org,(315) 600-8636.
Wanted: Old pocket & wristwatches (wind up types), old mil-itary items, old bottles & glasstelephone insulators, etc. (315)344-6684 or 528-5710.
Wanted: Old US & Canadiancoins & currency. Cents to Dol-lars, large & small collections.(315) 344-6684 or (315) 528-5710.
Wanted: Prompt, reliable,skilled handy person in or nearMassena who has time & is avail-able to work. Request detailed todo list from email@example.com. (315) 600-8636.
Wanted: Video games (NOTPS4, Xbox One or NintendoSwitch). Also looking for handheld consoles. Must be reason-ably priced. (315) 854-3935.
(1) ROLL OF 50 Mercury Dimes,circulated; $180. (4) rolls of indi-an head pennies, all readabledates, $68/roll. (10) Morgan sil-ver dollars, brilliant, uncirculated,dates are mainly 1800’s, 90% sil-ver; $55 each. (315) 347-2033.
(10) LEFT HANDED putters,Ping, Odyssey, Nike, excellentshape; $25 & up. (315) 347-2033.
(2) BRAND NEW electric heat-ers, $20 each. (315) 347-2033.
(2) CARSON CITY Morgan 90%silver dollars, $75 each or bothfor $140. (2) rolls of Ben Frank-lin 50¢ pieces, 90% silver, uncir-culated, $300/roll. (1) 1907 Barber 50¢, 90% silver, circulated; $30. Ike dollars, circulated, nice shape; $3.50 each or$68 for roll of 20. United Stateproof set, 1982, half dollar, quarter, nickel, dime & penny, San Fransisco mint; $25. (315)347-2033.
(2) LEFT HANDED 3-woods, 1Maxfli, 1 Dunlop, graphite shafts,head covers, $35 each. (315)854-1378.(2) LINCOLN 1909 V, D, B, 1¢,premium, uncirculated, $40 eachor both for $75. (315) 347-2033.
(2) NEW FLASHLIGHTS, takes3 batteries each, batteries in-cluded, $12 each. (315) 347-2033.
(2) TRAILERS FOR sale, 6-1/2x12 with loading ramp onback; $800 each OBO. (315) 244-8849.
(22) KNIVES FOR sale, fixedblades with sheaths, folders.Buck, Old Timer, Camillus,Winchester, all for $200. (315)347-2033.
(27) FOOTBALL CARDS, Up-per Deck, Fleer, Collectors Edge,dates 1990, 1991 & 1992, somecards are 5 different John Elway,Troy Aikman, Brett Favre, Jim Kelly, Dan Marino, RogerStaubach, Johnny Unitas, PhilSimms, Joe Montana, EmmittSmith, Jerry Rice & more; $53.(315) 347-2033.
(3) 1961 MINT proof set, 1 is un-opened all from the Treasury De-partment. $38 each. (2) Rolls of20 uncirculated 1964 Kennedy50¢ pieces, 90% silver, $300/roll.(315) 347-2033.
(3) WOODEN WHEELS that wirecame on 4’ wide x 32” high, ask-ing $10 each. (315) 268-8120.
(5) SEATED LIBERTY halfdimes, nice shape but old coins.1853, 1854, 1855, 1856 & 1858.$40 each or all 5 for $180. (315)347-2033.
150 GALLON RUBBERMAIDtub, good for sap, call for price.(315) 268-8120.
2 ROLLS OF heavy gauge wire& roll holder, can be used for fen-cing, call for price. (315) 268-8120.
20 YEARS OF Indian Head pen-nies, 1890-1909, all in capsulesin black velvet case; $210. Uncir-culated silver peace dollars, 90%silver; $40 each. 1 roll of 20Walking Liberty 50¢ pieces, $325for roll. (315) 347-2033.
2015 CANADIAN BALD Eagleset, .9999 silver, 4 total coins, $5,$4, $3 & $2. Low mintage of7500. Comes in maple woodpresentation box with numbered certificate of authenticity; $250.(315) 854-1378.
2016 $5 GOLD Eagle, brilliantuncirculated, with certificate ofauthenticity; $175. 2016 $5 Ca-nadian Silver Maple Leaf, bril-liant uncirculated, with certificateof authenticity; $57. (315) 347-2033.
308 RIFLE WITH scope, brandnew, shot 3 times, $500. CallJames (315) 244-9479.4’ SNOW BLADE for small tract-or, $275 OBO. (315) 244-8849.
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BLACK WATER HOSE, 1-1/4”160psi, 100’, brand new roll, callfor price. (315) 268-8120.
CEDAR POST, 13’ long & 3” onsmall end. 8’ long steel post.(315) 268-8120.
CLEAN USED GOLF balls,$3/dozen. (315) 268-8120.
CLEVELAND HI-BORE, 3-wood,graphite shaft, regular flex, excel-lent shape, left handed, paid $99.Sell for $30. Maxi Fly 3-wood,graphite shaft, regular flex, excel-lent shape, left handed. $30.(315) 854-1378.
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DEER RIFLE, THOMPSON Con-tender Compass 308 bolt action,exc. shape, removable clip withDusk Til Dawn scope, 3x9 Bush-nell, with 2 boxes of ammunition,$585 or without 2 boxes of am-munition $545. (315) 347-2033.
DENTAL INSURANCE. CALLPhysicians Mutual InsuranceCompany for details. NOT just adiscount plan, REAL coveragefor 350 procedures. 855-434-9221 or http://www.dental50plus.com/44
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END OF SEASON deep discoun-ted ice fishing gear, shed, sleds,augers, tip ups, rods, reels, jigs,etc. (315) 375-8962.
ESTEE LAUDER WHITE Linenperfume, 60 ml spray bottle, nev-er used, value $60, only $45.(315) 323-1398.
FDA-REGISTERED HEARINGAids. 100% Risk-Free! 45-DayHome Trial. Comfort Fit. CrispClear Sound. If you decide tokeep it, PAY ONLY $299 per aid.FREE Shipping. Call HearingHelp Express 1- 844-730-5923
FREE: APPROX. ONE dozenempty wine bottles. (315) 344-7340 or (315) 854-4210 anytime.
GALVANIZED WATER TANKSthat can be used for wateringyour animals, no holes so theyhold water, 8’, 300 gallon, $150.10’, 400 gallons, $200. Bothtanks are good & hold water.(315) 268-8120.
GIBSON MAESTRO 7/8 acous-tic guitar, new, blond front &black sides & back, all tuned &great sound, plays with nice lowaction. (315) 778-6339.
GOLF BALLS FOR sale,$3/dozen. (315) 347-2033.
GOLF CLUB, NEW Nike Tour 3-wood, red, adjustable, paid $140,sell for $60. (315) 347-2033.
GOLF CLUBS TRAVEL bag onwheels, Acuity, exc. shape; $25.(315) 347-2033.
HEAVY DUTY 14’ long gates, 2”pipes, call for pricing. (315) 268-8120.
LEFT HANDED GOLF clubs byAdams Idea, hybrids, 3, 4 & 5,like new, all 3 for $55. (315) 347-2033.
LEFT HANDED GOLF clubs, 4drivers #1 wood, 2 Tour Edge, 2Top Flite, graphite shaft withhead covers, all exc. shape. $30each. (315) 347-2033.
LEFT HANDED GOLF clubs, 4to pitching wedge, by Tour Edge,all hybrids, graphite shafts withhead covers, used 3 times, cost$399, sell for $185. (2) Golf bags,1 is cart bag, 1 is cart & standbag combined; $25 each. (315)347-2033.
LIONEL “O” SCALE railroadcrossing gate with flashing lights,5” tall, runs on 2 AA batteries (in-cluded), makes sound of trainwhistle blowing for 15 sec. thenshuts off, $15. (315) 287-0184.
LUDWIG DRUM KIT, everythingyou could want, too much tomention. $1200. (315) 405-6837.
LUNG CANCER? AND Age60+? You And Your Family MayBe Entitled To Significant CashAward. Call 877-915-8674 for In-formation. No Risk. No MoneyOut Of Pocket.
MINI MOTORCYCLES, COLLECTIBLE 3 red Indian modelsby Maisco Co., all like new, ask-ing $25. Also on Craigs List soyou can see pictures. Have about17-18 of these mini bikes, someare choppers. Will sell all, makeoffer or part them at 3 pcs. or 4pcs. (315) 778-6339.
NEW BUCK KNIFE, model 119,overall length 10”, black handlewith sheath, cost $75, sell for$66. (315) 347-2033.
NEW GOLF CLUB, left handed,Taylor Made, M2 Driver, graph-ite shaft, 10.5 degree loft, ad-justable loft with wrench, headover, cost $299, sell for $150.(315) 347-2033.
PETE ROSE 4192 hits sur-passes Ty Cobb’s record, in Wa-tertown Daily Times dated Sept.12, 1985; $20. (315) 347-2033.
PISTOL, 22/22 Magnum, 5” bar-rel, Heritage, made in USA, fancywalnut grips, comes with box of22 Magnum shells & box of regu-lar 22 long rifle from Remington.$295. (315) 347-2033.
POOL LADDERS, POOL to decktype, all white, made of resin &aluminum, 1 brand new in box for$75 & 1 used for $50 (can beseen at backyardpoolsuperstore.com - item # NE 1142) (315) 323-1398.
RAILROAD STATION MADE ofporcelain with light inside thatturns on with switch, 11”x4-1/2”x8-1/2” high, very goodcond., $25. Can send pics. (315)287-0184.
SHOWER BENCH SEAT, brandnew condition, only used 2-3times. $30 OBO. (315) 705-7988.
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SONY PS4 SPIDER-Man sys-tem, brand new, never opened, 1terabyte, with new game & head-set; $300 firm. (315) 769-2077.
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STEEL BARRELS, TOPS are re-movable, $15 each. (315) 268-8120.
TOUR EDGE DRIVER, lefthanded, 10.5 degrees, graphiteshaft, exc. shape, paid $100. Sellfor $50. (315) 347-2033.
TRIMRIDER EXERCISE MA-CHINE, $15. (315) 344-7340 or(315) 854-4120 anytime.
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WOLFGANG PUCK CONVEC-TION oven, brand new, neverused, worth $250, asking $100.(315) 405-6837.
WOODEN MICHIGAN STYLEsnowshoes, Neoprene rubberwebbing & bindings, like new;$40. (315) 386-3855.
FOR SALE AT WYBG Radio, 24Andrews St., DowntownMassena, Prices Slashed! 8ʼx3.5ʼsteel based conference table, 8line 6-station phone system withfax, 3 large metal office desks aslow as $60. Lots of desk ac-cessories, $1 each. 3 computerstations as low as $100, 2 print-ers, 2 drawer storage cabinets aslow as $20, 6ʼx9ʼ wood shelf;$60. Several Formica top workbenches as low as $20. 250ʼtower with 12ʼ satellite dish, 2 faxmachines, 1 computer printer &much more. Open 10am-3pm onWednesday, March 13. (315) 287-1753 or (315) 528-6040.HURRY! Donʼt snicker we dicker!
Stihl chainsaw MS170 like new,with 14” bar; $160. (315) 347-2033.
Wanted: Mower deck forHusqvarna LTH1342 ridingmower. (315) 229-8873 or (315)261-1824.
1800’s vintage pump organ;$750. Over 100 year old wood 2-piece bedroom set; $150. Over 50 year old Magnavox AM/FM ra-dio record player console in cab-inet; $150. Over 55 year oldwooden dry sink with copper in-set; $150. For viewing inGouverneur, call (315) 287-1753.
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(4) CAMO JACKETS; $25. (1)Pair of camo pants size large,waterproof, paid $49, sell for $35.(315) 347-2033.
1 PAIR ROCKY hunting boots,camo, size 9W, waterproof, 800grains of Thinsulate & Gortex,like brand new, paid $119, sellfor $50. (315) 347-2033.
20 PAIR OF new camo huntinggloves, $7/pair. 5 buck grunts; $5each. 2 camo jackets size large;$10 each. (315) 347-2033.
JC PENNEY MEN’s puffer stylejacket, new, never worn, sizelarge, gray, goose down, paid$99, sell for $40. JC Penney puff-er style jacket, new, never worn,dark gray, paid $99, sell for $40.(315) 347-2033.
MANY FALL, WINTER & springjackets, sweaters & vests, medi-um & large, some are from JCPenney, Sears & Cabellas, someare brand new; $10 & up. (315)347-2033.
PAIR OF CAMO hunting boots,exc. shape, only worn 3 times,name is Itasca, waterproof, 600 grains of thinsulate, size 9, easy on easy off; $50. (315) 347-2033.
SILVER MODULAR SNOW-MOBILE helmet size small, used1 winter with bag & face mask,$100. Black modular helmet sizelarge with bag, $75. Red & blackjacket size with bibs, used 1winter, size large, $125 for set.Teal & black size large jacket,like new, $100. Used black largebibs, $30. 1 pair wood-rich woolhunting pants size 34. (315) 344-7351.
2ND ANNUAL KIDS EXPO:Sat., March 16, 9am-4pm, at theRoos House Athletic Center atSUNY Canton. Hosted by theSLC Chamber. Enjoy a fun dayfor families, with play zones forkids & on-site demonstrations.Booths available for vendors. $60for Chamber members & $80 fornon-members. If interested in be-ing a vendor visitSLCchamber.org or contact JoAnn at (315) 386-4000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A.A. ALL THE WAY & BEY-OND (Open Discussion, Literat-ure) Every Friday, 7-8pm, at NewLife Christian Fellowship Church,30 N. Main St., Norfolk. Info:Gary (315) 212-7818.
ADIRONDACK RAPTORS:Wed., Feb. 20, 2pm, Ogdens-burg Public Library. Free admis-sion. Live birds of prey and apresentation at the library. Info:(315) 393-4325.BEAD LIZARDS: Fri., Feb. 15,4pm, at the Ogdensburg PublicLibrary. Free admission. Make alizard out of pony beads. Ages 7& up. Info: (315) 393-4325.
BLACK & WHITE ABSTRACTPAINTING WITH CHERYL:Sun., Feb. 10 & 24, 1-4pm, atThe Gallery, 10 Main St., Wad-dington. In this class you will findyour creative flow using onlyblack and white acrylic paint,palette knives, and brushes on a16 x 20 canvas. You will learn totrust the creative process, yourintuition and natural creative im-pulses and learn it by a step-by-step method. You will take homea piece of art from your heart!Cost: $45. All materialsprovided. Class is open to alllevels. Go towww.lakestlawrencearts.com,Email: lakesaintlawrencearts.com or call The Gallery at 315-308-4410 to preregister. Artis-an Gifts available for purchase inGallery before and after class.
BROWN BAG LUNCH PRO-GRAM: Thurs., Feb. 21, noon, atthe SLCHA, 3 E. Main St., Can-ton. John Austin will discuss Wil-liam Mayo, Willard Glazier,Charles Davies & Solomon Bar-rett. Bring your own lunch & en-joy a beverage & dessertprovided by SLCHA. Free & opento the public. Info: (315) 386-8133 or email@example.com
CABIN FEVER SERIES: VISITTHE SLC TRAILS will be dis-cussing their new online countywide trail guide. A “one stopshop” for trails, STLC Trails con-nects you to current info & mapsfor hundreds of miles of trails inSt. Lawrence Co. The site cov-ers trails for hiking, snowshoeing,biking, paddling & many moreoutdoor activities. Learn aboutthe vast outdoor experiences thatSt. Lawrence Co. has to offer.Tues., Feb. 19, 6:30pm, in theadult room of the Hepburn Lib-rary of Edwards. Free of charge& open to the public.
WIC CLINIC: North CountryChildren’s Clinic, Feb. 1, 4, 6, 11,18, 21, 8am-4pm (Wed., Feb. 20,10:30am-6pm) (7:30am-4pm,Thurs., Feb. 14), at the WIC Can-ton, 4 Commerce Lane, Canton(2nd floor Community HealthCenter of the N. Country). WIC isa supplemental food program forwomen, infants & children. Info:(315) 386-8128.
CHAIR CANING WORKSHOP:Wednesdays, March 6, 13 & 20,7-9pm, at the SLCHA SilasWright House in Canton. Instruc-tion by Carl Stickney. Bring achair with old seat removed.Workshop fee is $53 for SLCHAmembers & $63 for non-mem-bers. Registration required. Can-ing materials are included in costof workshop, additional suppliesto bring from home are scissors,awl, paring knife, a few clothes-pins, rag & small water container.Register: Send your name, ad-dress, phone number, email &nonrefundable payment toSLCHA, PO Box 8, Canton, NY13617. Info: (315) 386-8133 orinfo@ slcha.org
CRUISE TO ALASKA: Aug. 21-28 on Ovation of the Seas, Roy-al Caribbean. Info: Diane (315)347-4291.
FREE INCOME TAX PREPARA-TION & electronic filing is offeredin St. Lawrence Co. by the AARPTax-Aide Program. AvailableFeb. 4 to April 15, at Massena Community Building, Mon. &Tues. 8:30am-12:30pm, Midtown Apartments in Potsdam, Tues.9am-1pm, Knights of Columbusin Canton, Tues., 3-7pm, Og-densburg Rescue Squad Bldg.Thurs. 9am-1pm. Bring all documents showing income for 2018.Must bring last years tax return.Also bring photo ID & social se-curity cards for anyone to be in-cluded in the tax return. BringNYS drivers license or NYS IDfor taxpayer & spouse. Info:Sheryl (315) 212-0450.
GARAGE SALE for FFA Classin Canton Central School, Feb.16, 9am-2pm. Craft Fair.Vendors welcome. $25 in gym,$15 in hall.
GUN SHOW: West Potsdam FireDept., Sat., Feb. 23, 9am-5pm &Sun., Feb. 24, 9am-3pm. GunRaffle, Food & Beverage. 45Blanchard Rd., Potsdam, NY.Buy, Sell, Trade!
LEATHER & PEWTER BRACE-LET: Sat., Feb. 16, 1-3pm, atThe Gallery, 10 Main St., Wad-dington. This bracelet can be asunique as you are! You choosethe pewter, brass or copperbeads and arrange them to yourown liking. Make a statement!Cost: $25. All materialsprovided, no experience neces-sary. Go to www.lakestlawrencearts.com or call The Gallery at 315-308-4410to preregister and prepay. Artis-an Gifts available for purchase inGallery before and after class.
MACKINAC ISLAND $569 IN-CLUDING GUIDED CARRIAGERIDE: May 20-25, Motorcoachtransportation, 5 nights lodging, 8meals, guided tour of MackinawCity, boat ride through SooLocks, free time in Sault SainteMarie, visit to Mackinaw Cross-ings, admission to ColonialMichillimackinac, and gaming atKewadin Sault Casino. Visit fol-lowing for videos & flyers.www.GroupTrips.com/debsseniortrips or call Debbie (315) 769-9491 or Sheryl (315) 212-0450.
MOVIE NIGHT: Thurs., Feb. 21,5:30pm, Ogdensburg Public Lib-rary. Free admission. MovieClue: You get these when youshiver. A sequel. Info: (315) 393-4325.
MUSIC & MOVEMENT: Tues-days at 10am, at OgdensburgPublic Library, Children’s Room.Free admission. A movementclass for toddlers. Ages birth to 4.Info: (315) 393-4325.
WIC CLINIC: North CountryChildren’s Clinic, Fri., Feb. 15,9am to 2:30pm, at the MunicipalHall, 11 S. Main St., Norwood.WIC is a supplemental food pro-gram for women, infants & chil-dren. Info: (315) 386-8128.
WIC CLINIC: North CountryChildren’s Clinic, Mon., Feb. 18,9am-2:30pm, Wed., Feb. 27,9am-2:30pm, at the PresbyterianChurch in Ogdensburg. WIC is asupplemental food program forwomen, infants & children. Info:(315) 386-8128.
OUTDOORS/INDOORSPRESENTATION: Newfound-land Wilderness Experience onthe Great Northern Peninsula.Laurentian Chapter of the Adiron-dack Mountain Club. Sun., Feb.24, 7pm, at the Potsdam CivicCenter Community Room (abovethe police station). No charge.Info: Danielle Jerry (907) 231-1332 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Join Laurentian Chapter mem-bers as they recount their recenttrip to the Great Northern Penin-sula where they explored moun-tains, fjords & the national parksof Newfoundland. Come see &hear about the geology, wild-flowers, roadside gardens,whales, iceberg (one), Vikings,the spectacular views as theyshared & how they got “screenedin”.
PORK ROAST DINNER: Mon.,Feb. 25, 4pm, at the VFW, 100W. Main St., Gouverneur. Menuincludes pork roast, potatoes, ve-ggie, salad & dessert. Dine in$10, take out $10.50.
WIC CLINIC: North CountryChildren’s Clinic, Tues., Feb. 19& Thurs., Feb. 28, 8:45am-2:45pm, at the New Hope Churchin Potsdam. WIC is a supple-mental food program for women,infants & children. Info: (315) 386-8128.SEXUAL HARASSMENT PRE-VENTION TRAINING SESSIONfor small & medium sized busi-nesses & non profits will be heldThurs., Feb. 28, 9:30-11am, atthe St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES,40 West Main St., Canton. Regis-tration is required & can be com-pleted online at http:/bit.ly/Train-ing_28th, or call (315) 386-4000.Session is $20/person for SLCChamber Members or $30/per-son for non-Chamber members.
SKI & SNOWSHOE TO THEPINNACLE: Laurentian Chapterof the Adirondack Mountain Club.Sat., Feb. 23. About 5 milesround trip (4 miles on skis & 1 onsnowshoes) & 500’ of elevationgain. Easy. Details: Blair Madore(315) 261-0751 or email@example.com
SKIING/SNOWSHOEING ATSUMMERSTOWN TRAILS:Laurentian Chapter of the Adiron-dack Mountain Club. Sun., Feb.24. A half day exploration of thisarea near Cornwall, Ontario.Easy terrain. Equipment is avail-able for rental on site. Details:John Barron (613) 828-2296 firstname.lastname@example.org
SLC MASONIC CHARITIESCITRUS SALE: Now until Feb.14. Delivery date around March2. California navel oranges 2/5bu. for $25, ruby red grapefruit2/5 bu. for $22, navel/grapefruitsampler mix box 2/5 bu. for $30.Contact salesman in your area.Canton: Lee Scaggs (315) 323-4527. Colton: Adam Connelly(315) 323-5280. Depeyster: CarlPagel (315) 578-2868. Edwards:Ed Snow (315) 347-3282.Gouverneur: Robert Saidel (315)287-1344. Hammond: Tim Pitch-er (315) 324-5825. Massena:Dewitt Forbes (315) 842-2614.Ogdensburg: George Kennedy(315) 713-4503. Parishville:Robert House (315) 389-4607.Waddington: Brett Taylor (315)244-6315.
SLCHA CIVIL WAR ROUND TA-BLE: Sun., Feb. 17, 2pm, at theSLCHA, 3 E. Main St., Canton.Dr. Thomas Baker, ZachareyBlackmer & Emma Woolley willspeak at the event. Visitors whoown items with Civil War proven-ance are encouraged to bringthem to the event for a “show &tell” session before the talk. Info:(315) 386-8133 or email@example.com
SONGS & STORIES: Every Sat-urday, 10:30am, at the Ogdens-burg Public Library, Children’sRoom. Free admission. Early lit-eracy education in the form ofstories, games & activities. Ages2-4. Info: (315) 393-4325.
VENDOR APPLICATIONS avail-able for the 43rd HerkimerCounty Arts & Crafts Fair atHerkimer College on Nov. 9 &10, 2019. Booth spaces are $155for both days. Applications &more info atwww.herkimer.edu/ac or call(315) 866-0300, ext. 8459.
$10 TUESDAYS - MORE VIK-ING KNIT: Tues., Feb. 5 & 12, 1-4pm, at The Gallery, 10 Main St.,Waddington. We will experimentwith different colored wires, andget creative making differentprojects in these two classes! Cost: $10. All materials provided. No experience necessary. Go to www.lakestlawrencearts.com or call The Gallery at 315-308-4410 to preregister and prepay. Artisan Gifts available for purchase inGallery before and after class.
SWEETHEART SOIREE: Sat.,Feb. 9, 7-11 pm, at the Ogdensburg Public Library. $20/person & $15 for friends of the library members. Bring your sweetheart or come solo for an evening for romance & fun! All proceeds benefit the library. Music, dancing, desserts, photo booth & cashbar! Program is for adults. Info:(315) 393-4325.
A.A. ALL THE WAY & BEYOND (Open Discussion, Literature) Every Friday, 7-8pm, at New Life Christian Fellowship Church, 30 N. Main St., Norfolk. Info: Gary (315) 212-7818.
BLACK RIVER TRAIL (SNOW-SHOE, SKI OR HIKE): Laurentian Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club. Sun., Feb. 9. 7mile round trip beginning in GreatBend of Rt. 3. Moderate terrain &pace. Details: Linda Quackenbush (516) 662-5020 firstname.lastname@example.org
WIC CLINIC: North CountryChildren’s Clinic, Tues., Feb. 5,9am to 2:15pm, at the United Methodist Church, 2 S. ChurchSt., Brasher Falls. WIC is a supplemental food program for women, infants & children. Info:(315) 386-8128.
WIC CLINIC: North Country Children’s Clinic, Jan. 4, 7, 10,14, 21, 29 & 31, 8am-4pm (Wed.,Jan. 16, 10:30am-6pm) (7:30am-4pm, Thurs., Jan. 17), at the WIC Canton, 4 Commerce Lane, Can-ton (2nd floor Community Health Center of the N. Country). WIC is a supplemental food program forwomen, infants & children. Info:(315) 386-8128.
WIC CLINIC: North CountryChildren’s Clinic, Feb. 1, 4, 6, 11,18, 21, 8am-4pm (Wed., Feb. 20,10:30am-6pm) (7:30am-4pm,Thurs., Feb. 14), at the WIC Canton, 4 Commerce Lane, Canton (2nd floor Community Health Center of the N. Country). WIC isa supplemental food program forwomen, infants & children. Info:(315) 386-8128.
CHAIN MAILLE BOLD STATUSLINK BRACELET: Mon., Feb.11, 1-5pm, at The Gallery, 10Main St., Waddington. Thisbracelet has a more intricate weave using larger and thicker sterling silver links. Some experience is required to make this bracelet. Cost: $50. All materials provided. Go to www.lakestlawrencearts.com or call The Gallery at 315-308-4410 to preregister and prepay. Artisan Gifts available for purchase in Gallery before and after class.
DECORATIVE FOLK PAINTING: Tues., Feb. 5 & 12, 9:30am-noon, at The Gallery, 10 Main St., Waddington. Work on yourown project, learn the strokes and tips and tricks of the trade as you progress! Cost: $15. All materials provided. No experience necessary. Go to www.lakestlawrencearts.com or call The Gallery at 315-308-4410 to preregister and prepay. Artisan Gifts available for purchase in Gallery before and after class.
FAMILY BOOK CLUB: Thurs.,Jan. 31, 5pm, Ogdensburg Pub-lic Library. Free admission. Read ”A Wrinkle in Time” by MadeleineL’Engle. All ages. Info: (315) 393-4325.
WIC CLINIC: North Country Children’s Clinic, Wed., Feb. 6,9am-2:30pm, Mon., Feb. 11, 9am-2:30pm, Mon., Feb. 25, 12:15-6pm at the Methodist Church in Gouverneur. WIC is a supplemental food program for women,infants & children. Info: (315) 386-8128.
LEARN VIKING KNIT: Sat., Feb.2, 1-4pm, at The Gallery, 10Main St., Waddington. Learn anancient Viking wire knitting technique known as Trichinopoly thatwe now call Viking Knit. It looksvery intricate, but is pretty easy to accomplish. It is a beautifulknit that can be used for manydifferent purposes. This weekwe are making a key fob. Cost:$30. All materials provided, no experience necessary. Go to www.lakestlawrencearts.com or call The Gallery at 315-308-4410to preregister and prepay. Artisan Gifts available for purchase inGallery before and after class.
MACKINAC ISLAND INCLUDING GUIDED CARRIAGE RIDE: May 20-25. Motorcoach transportation, 5 nights lodging, 8 meals, guided tour of Mackinaw City, boat ride through Soo Locks, free time in Sault Sainte Marie, visit to Mackinaw Crossings, admission to Colonial Michillimackinac, and gaming at Kewadin Sault Casino. Visit following for videos & flyers. www.GroupTrips.com/debsseniortrips or call Debbie (315) 769-9491 or Sheryl (315) 212-0450.
MACKINAC ISLAND $569 IN-CLUDING GUIDED CARRIAGERIDE: May 20-25, Motor coach transportation, 5 nights lodging, 8 meals, guided tour of Mackinaw City, boat ride through Soo Locks, free time in Sault Sainte Marie, visit to Mackinaw Crossings, admission to Colonial Michillimackinac, and gaming at Kewadin Sault Casino. Visit following for videos & flyers. www.GroupTrips.com/debsseniortrips or call Debbie (315) 769-9491 or Sheryl (315) 212-0450.
WIC CLINIC: North Country Children’s Clinic, Mon., Feb. 4,9:15-2:15pm, Thurs., Feb. 7,1:15-6pm, Fri., Feb. 8, 9:15am-2:15 pm, Tues., Feb. 26, 9:15 am-2:15 pm, at the Community Center in Massena. WIC is a supplemental food program for women,infants & children. Info: (315) 386-8128.
MUSIC & MOVEMENT: Tues-days at 10am, at OgdensburgPublic Library, Children’s Room.Free admission. A movement class for toddlers. Ages birth to 4.Info: (315) 393-4325.
MUSIC ALERT: Open Mic 1stMonday evening of each month.Mon., Feb. 4, 7pm, doors open at6:30pm, in Alexandria Bay Lib-rary to the rear of the town of-fices & police dept. in a separatebuilding. Open mic for players toparticipate, play, sing or justwatch to enjoy it until 9pm. Water available, can donate. We docountry, bluegrass, gospel & con-temporary music.
SKI TO HIGH ROCK: Laurentian Chapter of the AdirondackMountain Club. Sat., Feb. 2. Tourbegins in Wanakena & follows anold truck trail to a beautiful out-look over the Oswegatchie River. 8 miles, moderate. Details: HollyWoodworth (315) 848-2953 email@example.com
SLC MULTI-USE TRAIL & COUNTRY SNOWMOBILE TRAILS are now open & available for use by all users for the next couple months. All users ofboth trail systems are encouraged to follow all rules & regulations to insure that we all can enjoy the activities we pursue.
SONGS & STORIES: Every Sat-urday, 10:30am, at the Ogdens burg Public Library, Children’sRoom. Free admission. Early lit-eracy education in the form ofstories, games & activities. Ages2-4. Info: (315) 393-4325.
SWEETHEART BAKE SALE, AVON with AVON BINGO: Sat.,Feb. 9, 9am-1pm, at 37 River-side Drive, Canton. Sponsoredby the Canton Senior Citizen Club. Free coffee & donuts. Allare welcome. Info: Myrtle Regan,(315) 386-8917.
WOOL PAINTING CLASS: Sat.,Feb. 9 (postponed from Jan. 19,1-3pm, at The Gallery, 10 MainSt., Waddington. This is a learn-as-you-go technique; no right orwrong way to construct the piece.Put a painting together piece bypiece as Linda guides you stepby step through the process.Watch your painting grow rightunder your fingertips! All materi-als provided, no experience ne-cessary. Cost: $30. Go to www.lakestlawrencearts.com or call The Gallery at 315-308-4410 to preregister and prepay. Artisan Gifts available for purchase inGallery before and after class.