Both the town of Oswego and the city of Oswego have various hamlets, villages and neighborhoods associated with them. Since the town and the city are not geographically identical, there are a dozen or so communities with ties to Oswego.
The active communities that are associated with the town or city of Oswego are:
Burts Point... west of Oswego Beach on Lake Ontario
Camp Hollis... north of Southwest Oswego
Fruit Valley(Union Village)... on route 104, west of of Oswego
Furniss... hamlet south of Oswego Center
Kingsford Woods... south of Oswego
part of Lakeview... http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/cd2c4/
Oswego Beach... hamlet on Lake Ontario near the City of Oswego
Oswego Center... southwest of the Town of Oswego
part of Scriba... east of Oswego
Southwest Oswego... hamlet northwest of town on route 104
Washington Square in Oswego is the place to be on the first week of October.
Farmers from all over the Oswego area come to weigh their pumpkins to see if they can win the coveted "Greatest Pumpkin" award. To help draw the crowds, the city provides live concerts for entertainment; the streets and parking lots are lined with arts-and-crafts tents. Kids can buy and carve/decorate pumpkins; adults can try their hand at making the best carved pumpkin and possibly winning a prize. The Farmers' Market provides a sampling of their wares for purchase; spooky stories are told by people from the Historical Society. There is always plenty of food and drink.
So, plan to drop into Oswego in early October and have a great time.