World War Art

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To mark the end of the World War I, 100 years ago, the Delaware County Historic Associate is displaying a sampling of its historic posters from the era. Approximately 20 posters from the era are included in the exhibit, which will open with a reception at 4 p.m. Friday at 46549 State Highway 10, north of Delhi. For more information, call 607-746-3849, email dcha@delhi.net or go to www.dcha-ny.org.

Hartwick to present play, ‘The 39 Steps’

ONEONTA — The Hartwick College Department of Theatre will present “The 39 Steps,” adapted by Patrick Barlow at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Slade Theatre, Yager Hall.

Set in 1935, the play follows Richard Hannay’s journey across Britain and Scotland to try to solve a mystery behind the elusive organization, the 39 Steps.

The production is directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Malissa Kano-White and Assistant Director Jessica Feyler. 

Admission is $5 for Hartwick students, faculty and staff members, and $10 for general admission. To reserve tickets email theatre@hartwick.edu or call 607-431-4227.

Fenimore opens show about winter warmth

OTSEGO — The Fenimore Art Museum has opened a show, which is timely for the change of seasons: “Winter Warmth: Coverlets, Quilts and Clothing.” It will run through Dec. 30.

According to a media release: “Before the mid-20th-century advent of electric blankets, smart wool and microfiber, people fended off chilly winters with goods handcrafted from natural materials. Layers of wool and flannel drawers, petticoats, skirts, vests, and jackets topped by handknit scarves, hats and mittens, protected wearers from the elements.”

The display will include winter transportation, quilts, blankets, furs and coverlets.

Fenimore Art Museum is at 5798 State Route 80, just outside of Cooperstown. For more information visit FenimoreArt.org