Arts & Entertainment in Oswego

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Though there are few online user reviews for Calico Gals, more than 410 Facebookers are fans. Featured in the spring 2005 issue of Quilt Sampler.

199 West 1st Street
Oswego,
NY
US

Buzzillions reviewers give SallyeAnder Soaps “No-Bite-Me” cream an average of 4.1 stars. SallyeAnder Soaps have also been reviewed favorably on The Greenists and Examiner.com.

6 County Route 24
Minetto,
NY
US

Patchwork Plus lures creative and professional sewers alike with the enchanting siren song of 5,000 square feet of printed and solid fabrics, yarn, thread, patterns, and resources. Visitors can utilize the store's bright natural lighting to assure color accuracy when picking out a yard or two of batik fabric designed by Edyta Sitar to bring Indonesian inspiration to home projects ($9.99/yard), or when checking out Noro’s Kureyon yarn, a hand-dyed 100% wool yarn perfect for knitting projects large, small, and pet-Halloween-costume sized ($9.25/skein). Floriani threads dazzle in a variety of bright colors, making stunning accents for embroidered linens and clothing ($5.95/spool). Oriental, floral, and child-friendly printed fabrics and a wide selection of books and patterns equip seam samurais with a stockpile of creative ammunition.

2532 Cherry Valley Tpke
Marcellus,
NY
US

Community-minded curator Jan Constas stocks The Gift Box's red and white cottage-style storefront with locally crafted goods. The floral Bella Taylor-designed Blue Tropic eyeglass case ($10.95) keep spectacles conveniently stored, and a bevy of handbags ($29.95+) carts necessities more stylishly than a bedazzled wheelbarrow. Decorate delicate joints with Viva Bead bracelets and necklaces ($12.99+) or the Tribal stretch cuff, a 2-inch-wide wrist embellishment fashioned from gold, copper, and silver beads engraved with tribal patterns ($19.95). Chic shoppers can cloak necks in ethereal shrouds with the Snake scarf ($16.95), a lengthy purple and white shawl emblazoned with serpentine scales, tailed by fringe as delicate as the summer breeze on a snowflake's face.

4317 Fay Rd
Syracuse,
NY
US

Boasting more than 5,000 bolts of quilting fabric and a diverse collection of yarn, books, and patterns, Mission Rose keeps creative hands occupied. Grab an arsenal of yarn ($4.50–$14.95) for a knit sweater, a yard of batik fabric ($9.50) for a jazzy quilt, a spool of thread ($2.80) for a repair project, or bamboo knitting needles for threatening the mailman. Check the newsletter on Mission Rose's website for updates on products, classes, and quilting-club hazing ideas.

456 S Main St
Syracuse,
NY
US

Veteran fitness instructor and eminently certified Zumba coach Kat Bombard understands that sometimes, exercise is only as effective as it is entertaining. That’s why she and Dancing Kats’ tight-knit team of instructors lead pupils through Zumba’s core-boosting aerobic dance moves, which gain extra excitement thanks to the workout system’s signature infectious Latin rhythms and beats. In addition to sweating away excess calories and maintaining healthy hearts with Zumba dancing, students also build targeted muscle groups with body tone classes or work midsections into rippling washboards with express abs courses.

3649 Erie Blvd E
Syracuse,
NY
US