Fabulous Friday returns tonight from 5pm to 8pm in Downtown Oneonta, with entertainment taking place in the Muller Plaza.  But that's just the beginning.  Tonight, weather permitting, classic cars will line Main Street.

Here are some other highlights...

From 5pm to 8pm in the plaza, enjoy Three Days Gone (Doug Decker, Willy Wood, and Johnny Banks) playing great classic songs you can sing along to.

For delicious, old-fashioned ice cream head to the Oneonta History Center as they  celebrate summer by making ice cream the old-fashioned way – with a hand-crank ice cream freezer. The event is free and open to the public. The History Center’s current exhibit is “If These Walls Could Talk”, the story of the previous occupants of the History Center, the oldest brick building on Main Street. For more information: Website: oneontahistory.org.

CANO on 11 Ford Ave. is hosting an art opening from 5-8pm featuring two unique artists, Edmond Rinnooy-Kan and Kevin Gray. Edmond Rinnooy-Kan's "100% Gou-Gou" is dedicated to one, cartoon-like character called Gou-gou. Kevin Gray's "Aperture 1880" highlights new photographic work via antique process.

If you want to know what else is going on, listen in to Rachel Lutz Jessup of Main Street Oneonta, the group that puts on Fabulous Friday to hear more...

Don't forget that Fabulous Friday will continue each first and third Friday of the month through October.

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