Serving the Alumni of Little Falls High School
and St. Mary’s Academy of Little Falls, NY

Mendl Named Elk of the Year

LITTLE FALLS TIMES — Exalted Ruler Barb Dyer of the Little Falls Elks Lodge No. 42 announced Class of 1972’s Frank Mendl as the recipient of this year’s Elk of the Year Award. Since his induction in 1977, Mendl has been an active member of…

Little Falls High School to present “Peter Pan”

From left are Kali Regan as Wendy, Andrew Fox as John, Christina Deschene as Peter Pan and Gehrig Barnes as Michael. PHOTO SUBMITTED to The Little Falls Times

LITTLE FALLS TIMES — The Little Falls High School Drama Club will present the musical “Peter Pan,” complete with flying cast members, March 13 and 14, in the Little Falls High School auditorium.

Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. for both performances.

“Peter Pan” hasn’t been performed in Little Falls for more than 30 years, and there’s a reason for that.  Central to the plot is the fact Peter can fly.  Not only that, but Peter teaches the three Darling children to fly as well.  Most organizations that do “Peter Pan” hire an international organization called Flying by Foy to take care of that aspect of the show.  The cost of renting the equipment from Flying by Foy is more than $3,000 per week, plus the cost of airfare, accommodations and meals for the flying director.  Few organizations have the resources to hire for this, including the local high school drama club.

Little Falls Cheese Festival 2015



Come to scenic Little Falls, New York on a beautiful summer Saturday and enjoy browsing booth after booth of delicious, intriguing, savory cheeses and related products.  Regional vendors.  Artisanal products.  Homemade, farm-sourced, handcrafted.  Properly aged and made fresh.  Hard cheese, semi-soft cheese.  Cow and sheep cheese.  Gouda, feta, goat cheese in variety, Tilsit-style, cheddar sharp and mild, Farmer’s, havarti, beer-washed and blue-veined, asiago…!

“Share the Spirits” with Class of 1976’s John George


Growing up in the Upstate New York countryside provided a childhood of outdoor fun and adventure for Class of 1976’s John George.  He spent much quality time with his father, John, his three uncles, Ray, Joe and Bob, and later his “Fifth Father”, Giovanni.  John’s first retail sales lesson as a stock boy in a local pharmacy inspired him to become a Registered Pharmacist.  In Pharmacy School, he took a course on spirits, manufacturing and proofing.  Little did he know at the time he would be putting that experience into future practice at his Five Saints distillery (www.fivesaintsdistilling).

Attention LFHS Alumni – Assistance Requested

Can you help to identify Little Falls Students Appointed to the Military Academies? The appointment to a United States Service or Military Academy is an honor. It is competitive and usually requires nomination by a member of Congress, the Vice President or the President.  We…

Ornaments to Support City Hall Restoration

IMG_0832Preserve Our Past, Little Falls’ Historic Preservation organization, is appealing to its high school graduates to support a major restoration effort for our magnificent 1916 City Hall.  Restoration needs have been identified through $3500 report resulting from an on-site evaluation by a Syracuse historic preservation architect.  The report was jointly financed by the City of Little Falls, Preserve Our Past, and the architect.  Fund raising has begun.

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