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Schoharie River Day spotlights watershed history

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Local talent will be on display Saturday at the third annual Schoharie River Day festival at the Schoharie River Center in Burtonville. The daylong festival is a celebration of the community and the history surrounding the Schoharie Creek watershed, according to John McKeeby, executive director of the River Center. And it is literally a daylong festival. Festivities begin with a pancake breakfast at 9 a.m. featuring locally produced maple syrup and end with performances by ...

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