OSWEGO – The Oswego City-County Youth Bureau announces its summer schedule for the Traveling Arts in the Parks series. All events are free and open to the public.

The schedule is as follows:

• Wednesday, June 26: Doug Rougeux presents “Bubble Circus” at Washington Square Park (East Park) in Oswego at 7 p.m. and the Youth Bureau offers a craft project starting at 6:30 p.m. A screening of the film “Spiderman: Into the Spider-verse” starts at dark. This event is sponsored by the Oswego County Federal Credit Union and the Kiwanis Club.

• Thursday, July 18: The Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) visits Goettel Community Park in Central Square to conduct a demonstration of “Fizz, Boom, Amaze” at 10 a.m. The MOST brings an exciting selection of experiments, many using ordinary household products, that fizz, boom, and pop. Designed to encourage further scientific experimentation, kids will be dazzled while learning the science behind a Mentos geyser, CO2 sandwich and popping film canisters. This event is sponsored by the village of Central Square.

• Monday, July 22: The Rosamond Gifford Zoo presents their “Zoo to You” program at the Granby Town Hall at 1 p.m. Amazing Adaptations help children discover how animals survive in their environments using special body parts or behaviors known as adaptations. The program is appropriate for all ages including mixed-age programs. This event is sponsored by the town of Granby.

• Wednesday, July 24: Chris Wiehl performs “The Magic of Chris Wheel” at Fairgrieve Elementary in Fulton at 7 p.m. Chris Wheel is a young, up-and-coming performer from New York City who has been entertaining audiences for as long as he can remember. With abilities that take years of work to master and experience performing for thousands of people, he will amaze any audience. The Youth Bureau also offers a craft project starting at 6:30 p.m. A screening of the film “Spiderman: Into the Spider-verse” starts at dark. This event is sponsored by the Oswego County Federal Credit Union and the Kiwanis Club.

• Wednesday, July 31: Chris Wiehl performs “The Magic of Chris Wheel” at the David C. Webb Memorial Park in Constantia at 1 p.m. Chris Wheel is a young, up-and-coming performer from New York City who has been entertaining audiences for as long as he can remember. With abilities that take years of work to master and experience performing for thousands of people, he will amaze any audience. This event is sponsored by the town of Constantia.

• Saturday, August 3: Travis Knight performs “Magic by Knight” at the William J Farley, Jr. Community Park in Phoenix at 12 p.m. The program is a magic show with by a balloon animal for every child. This event is sponsored by the Town of Schroeppel and will be a part of the Phoenix Community Fun Day.

• Wednesday, August 14: Jeffrey D’Ambrosio performs “Jeff the Magic Man” at Mexico Community Park at 7 p.m. Jeff will make balloon animals for all children after his magic show. The Youth Bureau also offers a craft project starting at 6:30 p.m. A screening of the film “The Incredibles 2” starts at dark. This event is sponsored by the Oswego County Federal Credit Union and the Kiwanis Club.

• Wednesday, August 21: G&G Animals brings a variety of animals for children to interact with and learn about at Washington Square Park (East Park) in Oswego at 7 p.m. The Youth Bureau also offers a craft project starting at 6:30 p.m. A screening of the film “The Incredibles 2” starts at dark. This event is sponsored by the Oswego County Federal Credit Union and the Kiwanis Club.

Through generous funding provided by the Office of Children and Family Services, the Oswego City-County Youth Bureau partners with local municipalities and agencies to bring this entertainment to Oswego County for people of all ages.

If interested in booking a show or would like more information, contact Tiffany Halstead at 315-349-3590 or tiffany.halstead@oswegocounty.com.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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