Welcome

The Other Side is a not-for-profit organization committed to providing space for community-based and community-informing initiatives. Events include lectures, performances, media, classes and discussion groups, in arts and humanities, environmental awareness, sustainability, food, global issues, holistic health, Western wisdom traditions, peace and justice, and practical knowledge and skills.

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Monthly Calendar

Please view our monthly calendar below with up to date information regarding special events, lectures, performances, and more.  For detailed event postings and other TOS news, please subscribe to our newsletter.



Upcoming Events

1/3, 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31 Utica Poets Society

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1/4 Opening Reception - Kathy Donovan “Palimpsests Paintings"

Opening Reception: Palimpsests Paintings by Kathy Donovan

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1/6, 1/20 Temenos Talk

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1/8, 1/22 Anti-Fascist Book Club

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Open to newcomers, this unique book club focuses on reading that enlarges understanding of a peoples perspective on history and contemporary events and politics, both fiction …

1/11 Fabbio-Phelps Jazz Combo

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On Friday, January 11th, 2019 the Fabbio-Phelps Jazz Combo will be performing at the Other Side at 7:00 p.m. The combo consists of all New Hartford High School alumni, as well …

1/7, 1/4, 1/21, 1/28 The Spanish Conversation

1/23 A Taste for Place

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Hamilton College at The Other Side A Taste for Place: How the Local Food Movement Is Emerging In CNY.

A talk by Professor of Sociology STEVE ELLINGSON

free & open to the public

1/25 Live Jazz - Vinnie Sperrazza Apocryphal

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Featuring Sauquoit, NY native, Brooklyn-established drummer and composer Vinnie Sperrazza, Charlotte Grere on alto sax, and Brandon Seabrook on guitar.

"Sperrazza has proven …

1/30 Mohawk Valley Freedom School

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For those unfamiliar with the Freedom School, it came out of a long tradition of education projects rooted in social justice. They were very popular in the South during the …

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