Administrative Professionals Day – Business After Hours
The Herkimer County Chamber of Commerce is celebrating Administrative Professionals Day April 24th from 4:30pm – 7pm. Event Contact Sarah Harrer Send Email For more information click on the image below!
Herkimer County Chamber of Commerce Hosts Nonprofit Symposium
This is event is for nonprofits offering services to residents in Herkimer County. Each Nonprofit will provide a brief presentation about their mission, services, goals, & areas of expertise, etc. Let’s join together to build bridges for health & wellness by highlighting the work local…
Join the Herkimer Home State Historic Site on Saturday, April 22 beginning at 10am to celebrate winters end and demonstrate the traditional maple sugar making process. Additional demonstrations include 18th century brewing, military drills, German hearth cooking, woodworking, children’s games, and many more! Visit General Herkimer’s Historic Manor,…
This Week in History – Week of Mar. 27
Mar. 27th 1885 The “Wang Sing Chinese Laundry,” was started in the Fleming block on the corner of South Second and Albany Streets. Shortly afterwards a second Chinese laundry started in Little Falls. 1907 The first train station in Little Falls will soon be razed….
LFHS Marching Band takes on NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade
This photo was taken just prior to the band’s travel to New York City to compete in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade where according to Class of 1981 Alumni, John Pietropaoli, they placed 7th out of 106. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL SIZE IMAGE
LFHS Drama Club Presents “Mean Girls”
The Little Falls Drama Club presented the show Mean Girls on March 3rd and 4th. Luckily, even with a snowstorm, they were able to push up Friday’s start time and put on a great show! The Drama Club is so thankful for the support of the community,…
This Week in History – Week of Mar. 20
Mar. 20th 1799 John Porteus passed away, and his son-in-law, William Alexander, took over management of the Ellice Estate, and replaced Porteus as Postmaster. 1832 The Baptist church in this village, a fine stone edifice, was solemnly dedicated today. The Rev. E. Galusha delivered an…
LFHS Alumni Network Begins Senior Registration Process
Did you know the LFHS Alumni Network works to register all graduating LFHS Seniors on the Alumni Network BEFORE they graduate? This year’s Class Registrars, Jack Morotti and Brayton Langdon have currently registered 75% of the Class of 2023 Seniors and are working toward 100%…
This Week in History – Week of Mar. 13th
Mar. 13th 1885 P.W. Casler & Co. announced that their new sawmill, planing mill, and dry kilns on the south side of the river are in operation, and the company is prepared to furnish building material of all kinds promptly and at the lowest prices….
This Week in History – Week of Mar. 6th
Mar. 6th 1936 The annual report for 1935 by Little Falls health officer Dr. George Eveleth showed there were 524 cases of contagious diseases in the city, including 260 cases of German Measles, 187 cases of measles, 25 cases of tuberculosis (5 fatal,) 27 cases…