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Syracuse - Do Your ThingDestiny USA Teams Up with Central New York's Top Attractions to Once Again Offer a Destination-Wide Summer Fun Pass

Syracuse, NY (June 7, 2018) - Experience Central New York’s top attractions this summer with the return of the  Destiny USA Summer Fun Pass and get access to four of 29 participating Destiny USA attractions, free admission to the 2018 Great New York State Fair, Syracuse Chiefs, Rosamond Gifford Zoo and Syracuse University Football as added bonuses.

National Racing Museum and Hall of FameSaratoga Springs, N.Y. – Renowned equine artist Greg Montgomery, who has been producing artwork associated with Saratoga Race Course’s famed Travers Stakes since 1986, will unveil the 33rd edition of his annual Travers poster series at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame on Thursday, June 14 at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Posters will be available for purchase and will be signed by Montgomery.

Shelby CobraSaratoga Springs, N.Y. – The Saratoga Automobile Museum is the starting point of a Shelby Cobra road tour that will take place from Sunday, June 10 to Thursday, June 14. The cars will be available for viewing at the museum from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sunday. The tour will be led by Tom Cotter, author of several auto and barn find books, including his most recent "Ford Model-T Coast-to-Coast", which he will be signing at the Museum on Sunday, June 10.

USS SLATER 1945Albany, N.Y. – The third Saturday in June is recognized and celebrated nationwide as Destroyer Escort Day.  On Saturday, June 16th, we will pay homage to the Destroyer Escort sailors killed in World War II, Korea, Vietnam and the Cold War years and to the fifteen Destroyer Escorts lost in action. There will be a ceremony to honor and remember Destroyer Escorts and their sailors at 9:00 a.m. at USS SLATER.

Silent Auction, Halsey House Gala by Anthony ZutterSouthampton, N.Y. – On Saturday, July 7, between 5:30 and 8:00 pm the Southampton Historical Museum will celebrate the Summer of Love at its annual Halsey House Gala. This neighborly lawn party "Be-In" takes place at Southampton’s oldest home - The Thomas Halsey Homestead, established in 1648 by one of our founding families. Attendees to the 2018 Summer of Love fundraiser will enjoy sunset cocktails amid a colonial landscape and newly restored herb garden.

The Auburn DoubledaysAuburn, N.Y. – There have been plenty of changes that have taken place on the hallowed grounds of Falcon Park over the years. It has been a stockyard, a horse track, a modified race track, and more, but recently more known for bringing you memorable entertainment as a baseball stadium. The park got a serious upgrade after the 1994 season as the decrepit old Falcon Park made way for the new and improved stadium we have today.

Circular Letter: Washington’s LegacyNewburgh, N.Y. – Come to Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site, during Path History weekend, Saturday, June 16th, at 2:00 PM, for a special presentation, “The Circular Letter: Washington’s Legacy.” This talk will explore the hopes General Washington had to guarantee how the government should work effectively; how the states should be united and how the protection of that new and fragile nation would be of paramount importance.

CNY Pride2018Syracuse, N.Y. -- Three Syracuse staples have joined together this year to raise awareness for the LGBTQ community by partnering with CNY Pride and Syracuse Guerilla Gay Bar. Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, 1911 Established and The Great New York State Fair will be putting on an event June 14th during Pride Week to help raise money for this cause. The 2018 CNY Pride Week runs June 11-16th.

pth-logoVisit the Home of a Civil War General and U.S. President, Experience One of the Last Lighthouses of its Kind, and Join an Old Fashioned Ball Game at Path Through History Weekend Events

Special Programs Offer Immersive Opportunities to Experience New York State History and Heritage during the 2018 Path Through History Weekends, June 16-17 and October 6-8

New York, N.Y. -  Events across New York State will offer new perspectives into the state's history and heritage during this year's Path Through History Weekends. Scheduled to coincide with Father's Day on June 16-17 and Columbus Day on October 6-8, these events are ideal vacation and family opportunities. During these weekends, hundreds of museums, historic sites, parks and community groups across the state will host special tours, reenactments and other enhanced programming. Many participating sites will also offer special discounts or free admission. Visitors might find themselves playing an early form of baseball, talking to a soldier at a living history reenactment, watching a glassblowing demonstration, or sampling new foods at a festival showcasing one of the state’s diverse communities.