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'''Utica''' [] is a city in the [[Mohawk Valley]] region of [[New York (state)|Central New York]] in the [[United States of America]].
'''Utica ''' is a city of approximately 60,000 residents in Oneida County, [[New York (state)|NY]], located along the Mohawk River, the Erie Canal, and the New York Barge Canal. It is the seat of government for Oneida County. The site was originally settled in 1758 as Old Fort Schuyler. The current name, Utica, comes from an ancient north-African city, once Rome's capital within Africa.
It is the county seat. The community is Historically an industrial center, it was particularly well-known for textile production, though this has declined in the Eastern Standard time zonerecent years.
The latitude of A few interesting facts: Utica is 43holds the Guinness World Record for "Biggest Doughnut," a monster 1.100N5-ton jelly doughnut prepared in 1993 by local bakeries and a local radio station. It has also appeared in the movies, as the setting for "Drums Along the Mohawk" (1939) and the filming location for "Slap Shot" (1977). The longitude is Well-75.233Wknown actress/Mouseketeer Annette Funicello was born in Utica.
The estimated population, Utica is in 2003the Eastern Standard time zone, was 59and is located at latitude 43.100N,485longitude -75.233W.
Population density ==Get in=====By plane===Hancock Airport (Syracuse) or Albany International Airport- the small regional airport in Utica is no longer in operation, the Oneida County airport (Oriskany) has recently moved and is now located in Rome, which has over a 10000 foot runway (at the time of the 2000 census was 3former Griffis air base). The former location in Oriskany is now a Homeland Security training center.===By train===Amtrak [] multiple daily departures to and from [[New York City]], and one daily service to and from [[Toronto]] via [[Niagara Falls]] from Utica's Union Station,710 people per square milean historic train station in downtown Utica. Median household income was $24,916===By car===Utica is easily accessed from the New York State Thruway.
Utica is on the Mohawk River.==Get Around==
The community was named after city of Africa
Built in 1758 as Old Fort Schuyler==See=====Museums===Once a textile center. During World War II* '''Children's Museum of History, Natural History, Science & Technology''', the Savage Arms Company made Thompson submachine guns and Utica Cutlery made bayonets Site of Guinness World Record for "Biggest Doughnut311 Main Street," achieved in 1993 when a local radio station and local bakeries prepared a Tel. +1-315-724-6129.5M-ton jelly doughnut CrimeF 9: The number of violent crimes recorded by the FBI in 2003 was 409. The number of murders and homicides was 7. The violent crime rate was 6.8 per 1,000 people. Filming location for 1977 movie, "Slap Shot" Setting for 1939 movie, "Drums Along the Mohawk". Well30AM-known residents have included2:· Annette Funicello30PM, actress Historic routesSa 9: Erie Canal Historic sites and museums45AM-2: Children45PM (''s Museum hours vary in Sept. & Twirlers Hall of Fame, MunsonJan. -Williamscheck first!''). A hands-Proctor Institute==Education== Utica College Utica College offers a wide range of academic programson learning center with emphasis on local history, environmental science, excellent facultythe arts, and diversity space science. Housed in an historic building with four floors of a large university, while at the same time providing students with the low facultyinteractive exhibits. $7.00 children 2-to-student ratio and individual attention of a small college17; $6.00 seniors; $7. Founded by Syracuse University in 1946, Utica College continues to grant the Syracuse University bachelor00 adults (''s degree in areas such as health care, criminal justice, public relations, journalism, business, members and the liberal artschildren under 2 free'') www. Utica College was the first university in the nation to offer Economic Crime Investigation as a majormuseumforkids. UC also offers the Utica College master's degree in education, physical therapy, occupational therapy, business administration, economic crime management, and liberal studiesnet .
Established: 1946Undergraduate population: 2* '''Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art''',170Graduate population: 295Full310 Genessee Street, Tel. +1-time faculty: 108Student/faculty ratio: 18:315-797-0000. Tu-Sa 10AM-5PM, Su 1Majors: 42Town: UticaClubs/organizations: 85Athletics: Division IIIVarsity teams: 19Intramural sports: -5PM. The museum has 20 galleries featuring permanent and temporary exhibitions for a total of more than 25,000 American and European 18th-, 19th, and 20th-century paintings and 19th-century decorative arts. 17
For more information* '''Oneida County Historical Society''', contact1608 Genesee St. (''in the former Christian Science Church - a local landmark''), Tel. +1-315-735-3642. Tu-F 10AM-4:Utica College1600 Burrstone RoadUtica30PM, Sa 11AM-3PM. Founded in 1876, the Society has a museum, historical/genealogical library, NY 13502and book/gift shop. It focuses on the history of Central New York and specifically of the County of Oneida. $5.00 entry for the library.
* The '''National Distance Running Hall of Fame''' is located in Utica.
* The '''New York State Twirlers Hall of Fame''' is also in Utica.
* The '''Stanley Theater''' opened September 10, 1928 and has been the premier showplace for Central New York ever since. Housed in a "Mexican baroque" building (with Moorish and art deco influences), the theater is home to the Broadway Theatre League, the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Great Artists Series, the Utica Symphony Orchestra, and the Mohawk Valley Ballet. For event tickets, a tour, or information, call the Stanley ticket office at 724-4000.
* The '''Utica Marsh Wildlife Management Area'''. Utica Marsh is a wetland area shared by Utica and neighboring [[Marcy]], between the Mohawk River and the New York State Barge Canal. The 213 acres are home to a tremendous variety of plants and animals, especially birds. Facilities include observation towers / platforms (at least one handicapped-accessible), walking and bike trails, a pavilion, water control dikes, a small-boat launch site for the Mohawk River, and a boat ramp for the Barge Canal. To get there, turn north off Route 5A (Oriskany Blvd.) onto Barnes Ave. There is a parking area at the end of Barnes Ave, down a little hill to the right, or the pavilion location is down a right-of-way lane to the right called Doucharm Road.
Hamilton College* '''Matt's Brewery Tour''' (brewer of Saranac, Utica Club, Matt's)* '''Florentine Pastry Shop'''
Hamilton College
Hamilton is a highly selective residential college offering its students a rigorous liberal arts curriculum. Chartered in 1812, it is the third oldest college in New York State and is named in honor of Alexander Hamilton, a charter trustee of the college's predecessor, the Hamilton-Oneida Academy.
Established: 1812
Undergraduate population: 1,650
Full-time faculty: 165
Student/faculty ratio: 10:1
Majors: 40
Town: Clinton
Clubs/organizations: 75
Athletics: Division III
Varsity teams: 28
Intramural sports: 15
For more information contact:
Hamilton College
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323-1296
Mohawk Valley Community College
Mohawk Valley Community College
MVCC is the oldest community college in New York State, beginning operations in 1946. Approximately 30,000 individuals have earned degrees or certificates from MVCC.
Established: 1946
Undergraduate population: 5,000
Full-time faculty: 293
Student/faculty ratio: 17:1
Majors: 80
Town: Utica
Clubs/organizations: 40
Athletics: NJCAA Division III
Varsity teams: 20
Intramural sports: 11
For more information contact:
Mohawk Valley Community College
1101 Sherman Drive
Utica, NY 13501-5394
Pratt at Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute is a prominent, regional fine arts center serving diverse audiences through three program divisions: the Museum of Fine Art, the Performing Arts, and the School of Art. The Institute is named in honor of the founders who established it in 1919 as a legacy for their community and the surrounding region.
Established: 1974
Accredited: 1981
Undergraduate population: 175
Full-time faculty: 10
Student/faculty ratio: 10:1
Town: Utica
For more information contact:
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute
School of Art
310 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13502
SUNY Institute of Technology (SUNY IT)
State University of New York Institute of Technology
Established in 1966, SUNYIT offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in technology, professional studies, and selected liberal arts disciplines. The SUNYIT campus is a high-tech learning environment located on more than 800 acres of green lawns and woodlands in the Town of Marcy, just north of Utica.
Established: 1966
Undergraduate population: 1875
Full-time faculty: 98
Student/faculty ratio: 17:1
Majors: 20 undergraduate, 11 graduate
City: Utica
Athletics: Division III
Varsity teams: 13
Intramural sports: 25
For more information, contact:
PO Box 3050
Utica, NY 13599-4012
The Children* Catch a performance of the 's Museum of History, Natural History, Science & Technology Central New York's only Children's Museum is permanently chartered by the Board of Regents of New York State. We are located in the historic Main Street district of downtown Utica between majestic Union Station and BaggSymphony Orchestra's Square Memorial Park. The location, near the ancient fording place of the Mohawk River and the sites of Old Forts Schuyler and Stanwix, houses the only permanent exhibit of the history and origins of the Mohawk Valley. History: One of the oldest children's museum's in the country, we were organized in the October of 1963 by the Junior League. Originally called the Junior Museum of Oneida County, our museum began in the basement of the Utica Public Library. The museum consisted of one exhibit, an Iroquois Longhouse which we still exhibit. The idea of a museum for area children caught on quickly and the museum started to grow. In October 1965, due to lack of space at the library, it moved to the former Department of Parks & Recreation Building at the Southeast corner of the Memorial Parkway and Oneida Street. In its nine year stay there, the museum developed a variety of permanent exhibits and a large range of educational programs. Interest increased steadily so that by 1974 more than 21,000 adults and children were participating. November of 1974 saw the museum move to the upstairs of the Valley View Country Club. This new location provided badly needed space for the many exhibits, storage, and gift shop. In 1975, the name of the organization was changed to Mohawk Valley Museum. Forty years later, in July of 1979, the museum was again relocated, this time to its current location few professional symphonies in the historic Bagg's Square area. The former John C. Heiber Dry Goods Building, at 311 Main Street, Utica, NY was purchased for $35,000 by borrowing that sum from the Oneida National Bank and Trust Company of Central New York. At this time, the name of the organization was changed to The Children's Museum of History, Natural History, and Science. The five story brick building, constructed at the turn of the century, once drew visitors who came on the train from as far away as Albany and Syracuse to shop for dry goods. The interesting Romanesque Revival exterior remains as imposing as ever, and the charm of the period remains inside with its decoratively paneled central oak staircase, an original glass and wood paneled office, and fourteen foot high ceiling sheathed in fancy pressed tin. For years, three of the five floors, each floor approximately 6,000 square feet, were used for exhibit and program areas. In 2002, the mortgage on the building was paid off, the fourth floor was opened, and the name was changed to The Children's Museum of History, Natural History, Science, and Technology. One of the oldest children's museums in the country, in 2002 The Children's Museum became the only museum in the country to be adopted by NASA � National Aeronautic & Space Administration & DOE OS � Dept. of Energy's Office of Science). The Museum is a hands-on learning center with emphasis on local history, environmental science, the arts, and space science. Our Educational Enrichment Programs enhance learning for children of all ages. Four floors encompassing a total of 24,000 square feet of exhibition space, the Museum is located in the former Hieber Dry Goods Building at 311 Main [505 Henry Street, Utica. Exhibitions include Playspace, a unique larger than life wooden train activity center for children age 5 and younger; Exploration Station a play village with numerous stores to explore for younger children; the DinoramaNY 13502, a multimedia display of dinosaur models and fossils; the Diorama, a multimedia display of the history of Central New York; a reconstruction of an Iroquois Longhouse; the Living Science Learning Center which houses live animal and insect displays, the Weather Room which features Doppler Radar programs, plus several other interactive exhibits including musical instruments and our Saturn car. Our 4th floor features exhibits on "Transportation Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow". This new addition to an already great children's museum features Utica Fire Department artifacts & an old fire engine, Utica Police Department artifacts & exhibits kids can explore, and the original Amtrak railway switching station. And we have a 17 foot airplane the kids can actually climb into and pretend to fly! Thanks to Congressman Sherwood Boehlert, NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe, and Dept. of Energy's Office of Science Director Raymond Orbach, we have several really cool space & science exhibits! Become a corporate sponsor and help sponsor our continued growth! The Museum also has an outdoor display of real trains including an Adirondack Railroad Engine, a Dining Car, a Caboose and a Steam Engine, Old 6721, which was recently acquired by the National Railway Historic Society and is on display at a nearby track in the Union Station Yard at the Rear of the Museum. The Museum does educational programs for local school groups throughout the three county area that it servesTel. A collaboration between the Children's Museum, PRI (Paleontologial Research Institution315) in Ithaca, and the MOST in Syracuse makes Education Programs in Earth Science, Fossils and Dinosaurs available to the Mohawk Valley area. The Museum is the Utica site of the Erie Canal Schoolboat and collaborates with the Railway Association. The Museum hosts birthday parties in the newly renovated Birthday Community Room. The Museum also hosts Corporate and Association meetings in the Community Room and on our 2nd floor stage. Public sculpture done for and by children is sited in Bagg's Square Park, which has become an outdoor Learning Annex to the Museum with programs in History and the Environment. The Museum is totally accessible to persons with disabilities, has a ramp and an elevator to accommodate the needs of visitors.   Normal Museum Hours:Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 4:00pmSaturday, 10:30am - 4:00pmSunday, closed (train outside is open) Summer Museum Hours:Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 3:30pmSaturday, 10:30am - 3:30pm Winter Museum Hours:Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 10:00am 732- 3:30pmSaturday5146, 10:30am - 4http:00pmWednesday and Sunday, closed (train outside is open from 12pm to 3pm). Sunday, closed (train outside is open).Check our Calendar for our holiday schedule, days we may be closed for renovations, and special events//wwwAdmission:$4.00 per personChildren under 12 months (1 year of age) FreeMembers free (during special event programs, Members get a reduced rate) Group Rates:$3.50 per person for groups of 10 or more for a visit$4.50 per person for groups of 10 or more for visit & program Contact Info:Marlene B. Brown, Executive DirectorThe Children's Museum311 Main StreetUtica, NY 13511Tel: 315-724-6129Email: Director: [email protected]     Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art The Museum of Art offers 20 galleries featuring selections from the permanent collection and exhibitions of works from major collections worldwide. Find out about the more than 25,000 American and European 18th-, 19th, and 20th-century paintings and 19th-century decorative arts shown in the Philip Johnson-designed museum and Fountain Elms, a refurbished 1850s mansion and original home of MWPAI's founders.]
In 1962 Architectural Forum magazine cited the Johnson building as one of 10 new structures around the world that contributed significantly to the art of architecture during the decade. The Johnson building and Fountain Elms are connected by a new Museum Education Wing that opened in 1995.=== Running Events===
The art collection features more than 25,000 American 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century paintings, drawings, sculptures, 19th-century decorative arts, photographs, European paintings, and European and Asian works on paper. There are works in As home to the collection by Copley, Dali, Frankenthaler, Kandinsky, MondrianNational Distance Running Hall of Fame, Oyou'Keeffe, Picasso, Pollock, Prendergast, Rothenberg, Stella and Whistler. Also featured is the popular "Voyage of Life" series by Thomas Cole. Decorative arts makers included are John Henry Belter, Herter Brothers, Alexander Roux d expect Utica to have some notable running events - and Tiffany & Co. Touring exhibitions feature selections from major collections worldwideit does.
Fountain Elms has been restored as a showcase for * The '''Boilermaker 15K Road Race''', run on the finest second Sunday in July, was established in Victorian-era decorative arts1976 by Earle C. Reed. Galleries offer changing exhibitions The race began with just over 800 runners and a budget of nineteenth-century furniture$750. Now, silver, ceramics, glass, textilesthe Boilermaker is the largest 15K in the nation with more than 10, 000 runners. Join in or just watch the runners go by - participants typically include Olympians and the renowned Proctor watch collectionworld record holders. For more information visit
* '''America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk''' is a fun charity fund-raising event for the American Heart Association.
Hours: Tue.-Sat., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m;==Learn==Sunday, 1 p.m. Utica has several colleges/universities whose programs may be of interest to 5 ppotential students.m. Phone: (315) 797-0000 Fax: (315) 797-5608 Mail: MWPAIMuseum of Art310 Genesee StreetUtica, NY 13502
* '''Utica College''', 1600 Burrstone Road. Spun-off from Syracuse University in 1946, Utica College (UC) offers bachelor's degrees from Syracuse, as well as master's degrees in its own name, for a wide variety of academic programs within the fields of health sciences, social sciences, liberal arts, and business studies (to name a few). It prides itself on a low faculty-to-student ratio and the individual attention possible in a small-college setting.
* '''Hamilton College''', 198 College Hill Road, Clinton, NY. Chartered in 1812, Hamilton College (named after Alexander Hamilton) is the third-oldest college in New York State. It is a residential college, and focuses on the liberal arts.
* '''Mohawk Valley Community College''', 1101 Sherman Drive. MVCC is the oldest community college in New York State, dating from 1946. It offers degrees and certificates in a range of programs.
* '''Pratt at Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute''', 310 Genesee Street. In addition to its Fine and Performing Arts programs (see Museums, above), Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute is also home to a well-regarded School of Art.
Oneida County Historical Society Museum Founded in 1876, The Oneida County Historical Society collects and commemorates the history of Central New York in general and County of Oneida in particular. From the Battlefield at Oriskany to the Boilermaker Road Race of today; the Native Americans who first called this land home to the later inhabitants who shaped local and national destinies, Oneida County has a remarkable history - filled with important events and fascinating figures. We continue to make history every day. The Oneida County Historical Society offers a museum, historical and genealogical reference library, programs and book/gift shop in Utica* 's landmark former Christian Science Church. Membership is one of the most rewarding ways you and your family can experience the excitement of Oneida County's past, present and future. We invite you to join us in this adventure. AccessibilityThanks to the generous support of Oneida County Executive Ralph Eannace, the Oneida County Legislators, Assemblywoman RoAnn DeStito, and many individual donors, Your History Place is now accessible to the physically challenged. Critical ResearchYour History Place conducts critical research on a wide variety of topics for family history researchers, students, teachers, businesses, government, authors, and others. The Society is part of the Mid-York Library System and has free high-speed Internet connections available. Growing CollectionsThe Society cares for over 250,000 documents and books, tens of thousands of images (photographs, paintings, slides, drawings, etc.) and thousands of artifacts. Many are rare collection items that provide invaluable information for researchers. Sources include: Manuscripts, bibles, family histories, newspaper clippings, Photographs, and city directories from 1817 - 1989. Teacher workshopsYour History Place conducts teacher workshops on a variety of topics and our new Walking Tour to help area teachers educate students about our rich local history. Our primary source document teaching materials have been adopted throughout New York and in other states. Book and Gift ShoppeYour History Place publishes many significant books, occasional papers, photographic collections, and its regular newsletter for members, the Oniota. The Book & Gift Shoppe offers the region's most complete stock State University of New York State books. Hours of OperationTuesday - Friday 10:00 am to 4:30 pmSaturday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm Admission$5.00 to use the library for non-members. Location1608 Genesee St.Utica, NY 13502 Contact(315SUNY) 735-3642      Stanley Theater Institute of Utica, New York The Stanley opened September 10, 1928 and has been the premier showplace for Central New York ever since. Thomas Lamb, a prolific theater architect, designed this 2,945 seat movie palace for the Mastbaum chain of theaters. The theater was named for Stanley, one of the Mastbaum brothers. The design of the theater is dubbed "Mexican baroque" because of its unique blend of styles. The terra cotta and tiled mosaic exterior shows the Mexican influence, while Hapsburg Lions, Indian faces, and a multitude of angels and putti Technology''' (cherubs) grace the lavish baroque "gold-leaf" interior of the theater. The Moorish influence is apparent in the starMarcy -splashed ceiling and the twisted columns on each side just north of the stage. There is even an art-deco look to some of the drapery treatments in the organ boxes. The Central New York Community Arts Council, Inc. purchased the Stanley in 1974. Over $5.5 million has been spent to date on its brilliant restoration. Since its purchase, CNYCAC has upgraded all mechanical, electrical, and safety systems and is continuing to provide technical improvements to accommodate the many touring shows and artists that appear at the Stanley. The seats have been restored and most of the interior has been refinished to its original condition. New carpeting has been installed that replicates the original pattern. There are four major local presenters that use the Stanley: the Broadway Theatre League, which brings in touring Broadway shows; the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Great Artists Series which features the best in opera, recital artists, and dance companies; the Utica Symphony Orchestra; and the Mohawk Valley Ballet. Recent events at the Stanley include The Indigo Girls, Jesus Christ Superstar, Saturday Night Fever, Itzhak Perlman, The Canadian Brass, Judy Collins, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, The Spirit of the Dance, B.B. King, Trey Anastasio, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Jerry Seinfeld. The elegant Stanley lobbies are the site for many receptions and meetings throughout the year. It has also become a local tradition for wedding parties to have their photographs taken on the grand staircases in the lobby. (Legend has it that one staircase was designed to resemble the grand staircase on the Titanic ocean liner). Every ticket sold to a Stanley event includes $2 to help pay for the continued restoration of this magnificent showplace. Major funding has also come from the Natural Heritage Trust of the State of New YorkEstablished in 1966, the County of Oneida, the City of Utica SUNYIT offers undergraduate and many private sources. For event tickets, a tour, or information, call the Stanley ticket office at 724-4000. The Central New York Community Arts Council, Inc. is a major arts service organization that serves Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties. One of its many graduate degree programs is the Arts in Education Institutetechnology, which brings arts experiences to schoolchildren of all ages. For more information on CNYCAC programs, call 724-1113. Please visit for further information.     The Utica Marsh Wildlife Management Area Utica Marsh is a unique urban wetland situated partly on the edge of the City of Uticaprofessional studies, partly in the Town of Marcy, sandwiched between the Mohawk River on the south and the New York State Barge Canal on the northselected liberal arts disciplines. The mixture of cattail wetlands, wet meadows, open water pools and flooded willows create a diverse marsh habitat that harbors a tremendous variety of plants and animals, especially birds. In the late 1970's, the City of Utica awarded DEC 50 acres of river floodplain with the condition that the state begin buying additional land here and managing this wetland area. Now the WMA 213 totals acres, SUNYIT has 2 observation towers, one handicapped accessible viewing platform, several trails complete with boardwalks over the wet areas, water control dikes, parking areas, a pavilion and car top boat launch site on the Mohawk River. A large parking lot and boat ramp are located on the Barge Canal just off the north west corner of the WMA and a bike trail passes along the marsh and barge canal on the north. One important partner of Utica Marsh is the Utica Marsh Council, Inc. The volunteer members organize the marsh cleanup, the first Saturday in May, a major outreach event to City residents, to involve them in caring for the marsh. The Council is a big promoter of the Utica Marsh as an educational field laboratory and through their efforts, school and college classes from throughout the Mohawk Valley visit the marsh to learn about wetland ecology. Visit their web site to learn more about the marsh. Other important friends and partners of the Utica Marsh are Congressman Sherwood Boehlert, Audubon New York, Department of Transportation, Mohawk Valley Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Utica. These partners and more met recently to kick of an effort to enhance the educational features of Utica Marsh that would include more of the eastern reaches of the WMA that are little used and include an Audubon New York educational center. Get to Utica Marsh WMA by turning north off Route 5A (Oriskany Blvd.) onto Barnes Ave. There is a parking area at the end of Barnes Ave, down a little hill to the right, or the pavilion location is down a right-of-way lane to the right called Doucharm Road.      The Utica Symphony Orchestra The Utica Symphony Orchestra, as one of only a small number of professional symphonies serving Central New York, provides high quality symphonic music that is accessible to all residents of our region; and actively contributes to the economic, social and educational development of the Mohawk Valley through performance and outreach activities.Programs are funded, in part, by the County of Oneida, Natural Heritage Trust and the New York Council on the Arts. The Utica Symphony Orchestra is a member of the American Symphony Orchestra League, the Arts Coalition of the Cultural Corridor, the Arts Summit, and the Mohawk Valley Chamber of Commerce. UTICA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA505 Henry StreetUtica, NY 13502Administrative Offices: (315) 732-5146Fax: (315) 732-5147[email protected] For more information please visit http:grassy//   ==Events== Boilermaker The Boilermaker 15K Road Race was established in 1976 by Earle C. Reed. Reed was looking for a way to give back to the community that had supported his family's business, Utica Companies (ECR International). The race began with wooded campus just over 800 runners and a budget of $750. Now, the Boilermaker is the largest 15K in the nation with more than 10,000 runners. Each year, the race attracts top elite runners from all over the world, Olympians and world record holders. The Largest 15K in the NationFor four years consecutively, the Boilermaker 15K Road Race has been named the largest 15K in the nation. Most Competitive 15K in the NationThe Analytic Distance Runner has ranked the Boilermaker 15K Road Race as the most competitive 15K in the world. The race has been ranked number one for four consecutive years. Induction WeekendThe Hall of Fame holds its annual induction ceremony on the second eve of the second Sunday in July � the evening before the Boilermaker 15K Road Race. Each year the Hall of Fame inducts a new class of notables in a public ceremony. Many of the inductees run the Boilermaker the day after the Induction Ceremony. EconomicsThe Boilermaker creates a $2 million economic impact on the outside Utica/Mohawk Valley area. Additional tax revenues are $143,234 and the Boilermaker re-invests $160,000 into the community in support of its events. AwardsThe Boilermaker Road Race has been named by the Road Runners Club of America as one of the top 20 Favorite Road Races in the country. Runners' World Magazine has rated the Boilermaker as one of the top 100 Road Races in the country. USA Track and Field has named it one of the 30 largest Road Races in the country. The Boilermaker Road Race is the Largest Road Race in the country. Join UsThe Boilermaker is run on the second Sunday in July. For more information please visist     America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk is a great opportunity to get some exercise, win prizes and serve the community. Even more importantly, it's a chance to raise money to support the American Heart Association's fight against heart disease -- our nation's number one killer. The American Heart Association is the oldest and largest national nonprofit voluntary health organization in the world dedicated to reducing death and disability from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. In fact, by 2010, the American Heart Association's goal is to reduce coronary heart disease, stroke and risk by 25%. Since 1924, the American Heart Association has funded over $1.9 billion of cardiovascular and stroke research in the United States. American Heart Association funded research has yielded such discoveries as CPR, coronary bypass surgery, pacemakers, artificial heart valves, the heart-lung machine, life-extending drugs and techniques to repair heart defects.    
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Utica has a wide variety of bars, with many of the most popular being in the Varick St area of downtown. Although popular with residents year round, expect the bars around Varick St to be particuarly particularly crowded during Saranac thursdaysThursdays.  Varick St Bars- The Electric Company700 Varick Street792-9271 Matt BreweryVarick Street732-0022 Shamrock Pub601 Varick Street Stiefvater Room618 Varick Street
===Varick616 Varick Street724-7851St Bars===
* '''The Electric Company''', 700 Varick Street, 792-9271
* '''Matt Brewery''', Varick Street, 732-0022
* '''Fianchetto''', Piano / Jazz / Wine Bar / Fine Dining, 600 Varick Street, 315-266-0012
* '''Stiefvater Room''', 618 Varick Street
* '''Varick''', 616 Varick Street, 724-7851
* '''Hollyrock''', Varick Street
* '''Sickenberger Lane''', Varick Street
* '''Nail Creek Pub and Brewery''', Imported Craft Beers, Pub Food / Lunch, 720 Varick St. 793-7593
* '''O'Donnells''', Varick Street
* '''The Celtic Harp''', Sports bar, Pub Food, Varick Street
Gennessee ===Genesee St Bars === * '''The Auburn''', 14 Auburn Avenue, 735-2649* '''Babe's Macaroni Bar and Grill''', 80 North Genesee Street, 735-0777* '''The Devereux''', 37 Devereux Street, 735-8628* '''Griffin's Pub''', 226 Genesee Street, 724-5792* '''Space 26''', A Martini Bar, 26 Bank Place, 735-4407* '''The Bogey'''* '''The Hadley''', Piano / Jazz Bar / Restaurant, 2008 Genesee Street, 315-507-4264
257 Steakhouse and Saloon257 Genesee Street797-3452==Sleep==
The Auburn14 Auburn Avenue735*'''Hotel Utica''', 4102 Lafayette Street, Phone: (315) 724-26497829, Fax: (315) 733-7621. [].
Babe's Macaroni Bar and Grill80 North Genesee Street735-0777 Chatterbox LoungeGenesee Street The Devereux37 Devereux Street735-8628 Griffin's Pub226 Genesee Street724-5792 Space 26A Martini Bar26 Bank Place735-4407 ==Get inOut=====By plane===Hancock Airport (Syracuse) - the small regional airport in Utica is no longer in operation, however Oneida County airport (Oriskany) is still in use by charters and private avation, in addition to the airport in Rome, which has over a 10000 foot runway (at the former Griffis air base). ===By train===Amtrak out of Union Station, an historic train station in downtown Utica.===By car===Utica is easily accessed from the New York State Thruway. ==See==Munson-Williams Proctor Institute.Matt's Brewery Tour (brewer of Saranac, Utica Club, Matt's)Florentine Pastry ShopStanley Theater
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