“It is very rewarding to have the opportunity to maintain and preserve our historic site for generations to witness cider being made the old-fashioned way,” co-owner Bill Michaels said in the release. Brenda and Bill Michaels are in their 15th year owning the business.
The CiderRun returns for a second time on April 26 and has been expanded to include a 10K as well as a 5K run and 3K walk, the release said. The event will benefit the Otsego and Delaware County Big Buddy mentoring program. For registration and more race information visit www.delawareopportunities.org.
The Fly Creek Cider Mill is located 3 miles from Cooperstown. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. For more information, visit www.flycreekcidermill.com or call 547-9692.
Psychic healing fair to be held
A Psychic Healing and Wellness Fair and other activities will be in the Cherry Valley Community Center next weekend.
A Spirit Whisperers Paranormal event will be held Friday night. A team will give a tutorial at 7 p.m. and lead an investigation from 8 p.m. to midnight, a flier said, and the cost is $20.
From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 12, the fair will present readers, healers, ghost hunters, lectures and demonstrations, along with Reiki and massage sessions, according to a flier. Coyote Cafe will sell foods and beverages.
Sue Miller of Plaide Palette said the first fair was held last year and attracted more than 100 people. Attendees don’t have to have a reading, she said. The fair will offer many demonstrations and lectures, including a talk about communicating with animals, and at 4 p.m. a film, “The Secret,” she said.
“It’s a fun event and a learning event,” Miller said. “There’s a lot to do.”
Admission to the fair is $5 and children may attend free of charge, organizers said. The event will be in the gymnasium of the former school building at 2 Genesee St. For more information, call Miller at (607) 264-3769 or Bob Canino at (315) 530-5310.