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Local food session

NORTH CREEK - "Dirty Hands & Healthy Hearts," a panel discussion and workshop on locally grown foods, will be held at 7 p.m. June 14 at the Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main St.

Featured will be Brian Gilchrist, executive director of the Washington County Cornell Cooperative Extension; Annette Nielsen, award-winning writer and speaker on food topics; plus Todd Hawkins and Theresa Studnicky, local CSA farmers providing produce to restaurants and families. For details, see: www.tpcca.org or call 251-5751. The event is free and open to the public.

Citizen banquet

The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce will be saluting its Citizen of the Year, Teresa Whalen, on June 16 at a dinner scheduled for Grace's Restaurant. The dinner is open to all.

Cocktail hour is from 6 to 7 p.m and dinner follows. For reservations, call Grace's Restaurant at 623-2449.

Home photos sought

The new Warrensburgh Museum of Local History exhibit reviewing local architecture, was curated by Delbert Chambers and includes the book "Then and Now," which provides examples of Warrensburg homes and their various styles. Residents who live in Warrensburg homes built before 1950 are invited to submit photos of their residences as they looked originally along with a current view. Examples that qualify will be added to the book, which is on display for all visitors to examine. Submitted photos, incidentally, will be scanned and returned immediately.

To submit a photo to be considered for the exhibit, call Steve Parisi at 623-2207.

Community garden

The Warrensburg Community Garden will soon become a reality, and it's time for gardeners to reserve their plots.

The garden will be located at the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce/Senior Center on Main St. A grant was awarded to Warrensburg for the design and planning of the garden area, through the assistance of Cornell Cooperative Extension. The town is responsible for the preparation of the garden, which features raised beds. These plots will be available for town residents to plant vegetables for personal home use.

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