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Schoharie takes a break from rebuilding to celebrate 300th year

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Plans are in place for a three-day festival starting Friday to celebrate Schoharie’s 300th anniversary. Tours of historic sites, fireworks, a time capsule, 300-cent meals at local restaurants and attractions like a petting zoo and big truck tours for kids are among a variety of features planned for Schoharie 300, event co-organizer Darlene Patterson said. “We’ve got a lot of things planned for the weekend,” she said. What: Celebration of the 300th Anniversary of Schoharie’s ...

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