What’s Going On: Vineyard pruning workshop in Winthrop, boating safety class in Morley, art session in O'burg
WORKSHOPS, CLASSES ON SATURDAY
One Hour One Work
OGDENSBURG: Frederic Remington Art Museum invites public to attend “One Hour One Work” session, 1 p.m.; featuring “No More He Rides,” also known as The Cow Puncher, which is on loan to the Remington Museum from the Sid Richardson Museum in Fort Worth, Texas; Museum docent facilitates 60 minutes of focused looking, consideration, conversation, and interpretation of a single artwork; free with museum admission, reservations requested: 315-393-2425, [email protected].
WINTHROP: Cornell Cooperative Extension will host a vineyard pruning workshop, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., High Peaks Winery, 805 Pickle St.; join Lindsey Pashow, Cornell University Regional Ag Business Development & Marketing Specialist and owner/operator of Keeseville-based Adirondack View Vineyard, as she demonstrates vine management options including how to spur-prune; dress for the weather; light snack provided, and participants will be able to taste and purchase High Peaks wines after 1 p.m.; open to commercial fruit growers as well as to hobby farmers and anyone considering future grape production; cost is $5; pre-registration required through the CCE website stlawrence.cce.cornell.edu or by calling 315-379-9192.
Boating safetyMORLEY: Boating safety class 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Morley Wesleyan Church Activity Center, 7254 CR27, Canton. Info, reservations: 386-1703