Waterville, New York
Historic "Hop Capital of the World"
Waterville is a village in Oneida County, New York, United States and is known as the Historic "Hop Capital of the World." Settled in 1792. According to the 2010 census, its population was 1,583. Waterville combines a family-friendly, small-town atmosphere with easy access to all that the nearby areas have to offer. The Village of Waterville is on the border of the Town of Marshall and the Town of Sangerfield - two subdivisions of Oneida County; New York State Route 12 runs north-south through the center of town, where it intersects New York State Route 315. One mile south of the village, U.S. Route 20 runs east-west and intersects Route 12 in Sangerfield, New York. The Waterville Central School District serves several communities in the area including Deansboro, North Brookfield, Oriskany Falls, and Sangerfield. The district has two buildings including Memorial Park Elementary School for grades K-6 (located on East Bacon Street), and Waterville Jr.-Sr. High School for grades 7-12 (located on Madison Street).
West Winfield: Honk Jr. presented by the Brookfield Central School Music Department, 7 p.m. at the Mount Markham Middle School Auditorium.