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Preserve Our Past Fund Raiser for City Hall Restoration Fund

Bob Willman, Little Falls’ noted watercolorist, has donated the use of a beautiful painting of the city’s Main Street focusing on City Hall in winter. Snow fills the air and the Victorian storefronts glow as the viewer’s eye is led to the majestic pale terra cotta, Beaux Arts style City Hall. Preserve Our Past has used this image to create a jigsaw puzzle appropriate for Read More →

What’s Your LF Christmas Wish?

From now until Christmas, Alumni are encouraged to snap a photo of something they would like from a small business in Little Falls for a Christmas gift. After you snap the photo, post it to Facebook or Instagram with the #LFChristmaswish.  Family and friends will then see it and hopefully BUY IT! The small businesses can also play along by snapping photos of items in Read More →

Alumni Feature – Colleen A. Brown, Class of 1975

It is so interesting to see where alumni have gone and what they have accomplished since their graduation.  I wonder if we had had crystal balls 30-40 years ago, how accurate they would have been in predicting the future of many of our grads. Colleen Brown was a 1975 graduate of our school system and has yet another remarkable life story to share with past Read More →

Fall Edition of Main Street First

Class of 1962 Celebrates 55 Years

By Robert H. Pavalock, DMD  All of the votes are in and have been tabulated. Almost everyone had a fabulous time – everyone except father time…but he was put in his place by a young, vibrant and enthusiastic bunch of ex-high school kids. On Friday the gathering in the hotel lounge didn’t occur right away.  It was pre-empted by the parade which went right by Read More →

LFHS 2017 Reunion Recaps

Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the New York State Erie Canal, this year’s events also marked the 30th annual celebration of Canal Days.  The Canal Days Celebration represents recognition of the community, our heritage and the spirit that makes Little Falls a unique place in the Mohawk Valley.  It welcomes thousands of visitors to Little Falls, attending dozens of family oriented community programs, held throughout the week Read More →

Little Falls – Myjava Sister City Tour

Experience Prague, Myjava, Bratislava and Vienna – June 10-20, 2018!! This customized tour package for Eastern Europe, organized by Class of 1957’s, Peter Adasek, will feature a special attraction for many in the Mohawk Valley having family origins in Myjava, Slovakia. The tour package is all inclusive featuring air fare, lodging, meals, entry fees, private bus transportation for the group, local tour guide  and much more. Read More →

Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts to host “The Little Mermaid”

The Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts will host a production of The Little Mermaid on Friday, August 4th and Saturday, August 5th at 7:30 p.m. at the Little Falls High School.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $9 for students and are available from cast and crew members, at the door, from the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts and the Happy Waffle.

Little Falls Celebrates Annual Cheese Festival

LITTLE FALLS —  By Greg Mason Saturday’s Little Falls Cheese Festival offered various slices of home, so to speak, for Elma Marrone and Antonia Carter. The third annual festival brought more than 50 vendors to East Main Street, with about 30 New York state cheesemakers represented through nearly 120 different types. One of those was gouda, a Dutch cheese — and a favorite for Read More →

Southside Walking Tour IV – Brought back by popular demand!

Southside Walking Tour IV (Brought back by popular demand!) Growing Up on The Southside  1957 – 1970 WHEN: Saturday August 12, 2017  (Water, sunglasses, hat, sun tan lotion, comfortable shoes) 10:30AM  Until  12:30 PM?  Flexibility based upon pace of attendees and stamina. Special Needs:  NOTE: Walk includes unpaved dirt paths, uneven surfaces, climbing up and down open stair gratings at heights, hot temperatures outdoors, etc.  Read More →