Each of the local college also held events, including lectures, discussions, games and video, to reflect on numerous aspects of King’s legacy.
We thank the organizers and participants in those events. It’s important on national holidays to take time to reflect on why the holiday exists.
To OWL for finding its winter home.
The Oneonta World of Learning, which until recently billed itself a children’s museum without walls, found a home on Main Street in Oneonta, at least through April.
It began five years ago with three parents, who each chipped in $10 and started hosting learning activities for all children.
“Having tangible walls for OWL has been a goal for years,” OWL Board member Caitlyn Davey. “So, the board developed a plan to make it a reality. With the help and donations of others, it’s happening.”
Future contributions to OWL will determine if the space can be rented after April.
We hope the donations continue, as OWL is a wonderful resource.