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February Events

Fall in love in the Finger Lakes

Winter fun is waiting for you in the Finger Lakes this February!

There are many ways to spend time with those you love this month. February events are sure to “wow” that special someone in your life! We’ve got something for everyone: significant others, family members and kids.  Everyone will feel the love in the Finger Lakes!

 

Valentine's Day isn't just for the ladies anymore! Be sure to read on about '4 Valentine's Getaway Ideas Every Man Will Enjoy' from our guest contributor Kenneth Reaves for some unique and fun ways to have a perfect holiday this February. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

 

Check back often as more events are added throughout the year!

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Events for January 1, 2022 x
Holiday Feast made out of glass
Glass Holiday Feast

Stop in to see a festive holiday meal inspired by the warmth and kinship shared at tables throughout the holiday season.

Created by the Hot Glass Demo team, the holiday feast features meal staples like turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, and green beans. Each year the feast grows as gaffers create and bring their favorite dishes to the table.

Colorful glass ornament tree
Holiday Ornament Tree

In 2008, the first annual Holiday Ornament Tree showcased more than 600 ornaments handmade by our Hot Glass Show staff. The tree was eight feet tall and four feet in diameter at the bottom. The next year, the tree grew to 14 feet tall, with more than 2,000 glass ornaments made by Museum glassmakers.

The Museum's glittering ornament tree has now become a holiday tradition — the perfect background for an annual holiday photo. The tree is joined by other wonders in glass, including a holiday meal made entirely of glass, as well as a life-sized glass snowperson family. 

You can’t buy the ornaments on these trees, but you can Make Your Own Glass Ornament, year-round, at The Studio.

Kwanzaa Setting made out of glass
Kwanzaa Setting

The kinara, Swahili for candleholder, holds seven candles—three red on the left, three green on the right, and a single black candle in the middle—that represent the seven principles that are the foundation of the African-American celebration Kwanzaa. As a new candle is lit each day, families discuss one principle’s importance and how it fosters community amongst African-Americans.

The glass kinara represents a bridge spanning generations of African-American people, and a waterfall cascades behind it to symbolize how they all flow together. In this setting is a Kikombe cha Umoja (Unity Cup) signifying the gathering of family in celebration of a rich heritage. Behind the scene, a mirror invites the onlooker to see their reflection and contemplate what Umoja means to them.

Kwanzaa Setting was designed by Jonathan Rowe of Horseheads, New York, and the Rowe Family guided and assisted the Museum’s Hot Glass Demo Team in creating the piece. The collaboration grew out of discussions of Kwanzaa principles, African-American history, and the state of race relations in the United States. One key principle surfaced in those conversations as the focal point for discussions of family, community, and the issues at hand: Umoja, or “Unity.”

A Glass Tree of Life Menorah
Tree of Life Menorah

The Tree of Life Menorah brings together fine leaves, sturdy branches, a thick tree trunk, and an intricate system of roots—all made possible through flameworked glass shaped over a 4,000°F torch.

The menorah is a prominent symbol in the Jewish faith and plays a central role in the celebration of Hanukkah. Likewise, the “Tree of Life” carries different meanings across faiths, but holds special meaning in Judaism for its connection to the Torah, the Jewish people’s most sacred text. Genesis, the first book of the Torah, locates the “Tree of Life” at the heart of the Garden of Eden (2.4–3:24), and Proverbs 3:18 teaches: “[The Torah] is a tree of life to those who hold her close.”

For many, the tree represents growth, stability, and fertility, as well as hope for and connection to future generations. The extensive roots and intertwined branches illustrate family connections.

Glass candles with flames were also created and will be added each day of Hanukkah.

The Tree of Life Menorah was developed in partnership with Rabbi Todd Markley of Temple Beth Shalom, Needham, MA.

Events for January 2, 2022 x
Holiday Feast made out of glass
Glass Holiday Feast

Stop in to see a festive holiday meal inspired by the warmth and kinship shared at tables throughout the holiday season.

Created by the Hot Glass Demo team, the holiday feast features meal staples like turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, and green beans. Each year the feast grows as gaffers create and bring their favorite dishes to the table.

Colorful glass ornament tree
Holiday Ornament Tree

In 2008, the first annual Holiday Ornament Tree showcased more than 600 ornaments handmade by our Hot Glass Show staff. The tree was eight feet tall and four feet in diameter at the bottom. The next year, the tree grew to 14 feet tall, with more than 2,000 glass ornaments made by Museum glassmakers.

The Museum's glittering ornament tree has now become a holiday tradition — the perfect background for an annual holiday photo. The tree is joined by other wonders in glass, including a holiday meal made entirely of glass, as well as a life-sized glass snowperson family. 

You can’t buy the ornaments on these trees, but you can Make Your Own Glass Ornament, year-round, at The Studio.

Kwanzaa Setting made out of glass
Kwanzaa Setting

The kinara, Swahili for candleholder, holds seven candles—three red on the left, three green on the right, and a single black candle in the middle—that represent the seven principles that are the foundation of the African-American celebration Kwanzaa. As a new candle is lit each day, families discuss one principle’s importance and how it fosters community amongst African-Americans.

The glass kinara represents a bridge spanning generations of African-American people, and a waterfall cascades behind it to symbolize how they all flow together. In this setting is a Kikombe cha Umoja (Unity Cup) signifying the gathering of family in celebration of a rich heritage. Behind the scene, a mirror invites the onlooker to see their reflection and contemplate what Umoja means to them.

Kwanzaa Setting was designed by Jonathan Rowe of Horseheads, New York, and the Rowe Family guided and assisted the Museum’s Hot Glass Demo Team in creating the piece. The collaboration grew out of discussions of Kwanzaa principles, African-American history, and the state of race relations in the United States. One key principle surfaced in those conversations as the focal point for discussions of family, community, and the issues at hand: Umoja, or “Unity.”

A Glass Tree of Life Menorah
Tree of Life Menorah

The Tree of Life Menorah brings together fine leaves, sturdy branches, a thick tree trunk, and an intricate system of roots—all made possible through flameworked glass shaped over a 4,000°F torch.

The menorah is a prominent symbol in the Jewish faith and plays a central role in the celebration of Hanukkah. Likewise, the “Tree of Life” carries different meanings across faiths, but holds special meaning in Judaism for its connection to the Torah, the Jewish people’s most sacred text. Genesis, the first book of the Torah, locates the “Tree of Life” at the heart of the Garden of Eden (2.4–3:24), and Proverbs 3:18 teaches: “[The Torah] is a tree of life to those who hold her close.”

For many, the tree represents growth, stability, and fertility, as well as hope for and connection to future generations. The extensive roots and intertwined branches illustrate family connections.

Glass candles with flames were also created and will be added each day of Hanukkah.

The Tree of Life Menorah was developed in partnership with Rabbi Todd Markley of Temple Beth Shalom, Needham, MA.

Events for January 3, 2022 x
Holiday Feast made out of glass
Glass Holiday Feast

Stop in to see a festive holiday meal inspired by the warmth and kinship shared at tables throughout the holiday season.

Created by the Hot Glass Demo team, the holiday feast features meal staples like turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, and green beans. Each year the feast grows as gaffers create and bring their favorite dishes to the table.

Colorful glass ornament tree
Holiday Ornament Tree

In 2008, the first annual Holiday Ornament Tree showcased more than 600 ornaments handmade by our Hot Glass Show staff. The tree was eight feet tall and four feet in diameter at the bottom. The next year, the tree grew to 14 feet tall, with more than 2,000 glass ornaments made by Museum glassmakers.

The Museum's glittering ornament tree has now become a holiday tradition — the perfect background for an annual holiday photo. The tree is joined by other wonders in glass, including a holiday meal made entirely of glass, as well as a life-sized glass snowperson family. 

You can’t buy the ornaments on these trees, but you can Make Your Own Glass Ornament, year-round, at The Studio.

Kwanzaa Setting made out of glass
Kwanzaa Setting

The kinara, Swahili for candleholder, holds seven candles—three red on the left, three green on the right, and a single black candle in the middle—that represent the seven principles that are the foundation of the African-American celebration Kwanzaa. As a new candle is lit each day, families discuss one principle’s importance and how it fosters community amongst African-Americans.

The glass kinara represents a bridge spanning generations of African-American people, and a waterfall cascades behind it to symbolize how they all flow together. In this setting is a Kikombe cha Umoja (Unity Cup) signifying the gathering of family in celebration of a rich heritage. Behind the scene, a mirror invites the onlooker to see their reflection and contemplate what Umoja means to them.

Kwanzaa Setting was designed by Jonathan Rowe of Horseheads, New York, and the Rowe Family guided and assisted the Museum’s Hot Glass Demo Team in creating the piece. The collaboration grew out of discussions of Kwanzaa principles, African-American history, and the state of race relations in the United States. One key principle surfaced in those conversations as the focal point for discussions of family, community, and the issues at hand: Umoja, or “Unity.”

A Glass Tree of Life Menorah
Tree of Life Menorah

The Tree of Life Menorah brings together fine leaves, sturdy branches, a thick tree trunk, and an intricate system of roots—all made possible through flameworked glass shaped over a 4,000°F torch.

The menorah is a prominent symbol in the Jewish faith and plays a central role in the celebration of Hanukkah. Likewise, the “Tree of Life” carries different meanings across faiths, but holds special meaning in Judaism for its connection to the Torah, the Jewish people’s most sacred text. Genesis, the first book of the Torah, locates the “Tree of Life” at the heart of the Garden of Eden (2.4–3:24), and Proverbs 3:18 teaches: “[The Torah] is a tree of life to those who hold her close.”

For many, the tree represents growth, stability, and fertility, as well as hope for and connection to future generations. The extensive roots and intertwined branches illustrate family connections.

Glass candles with flames were also created and will be added each day of Hanukkah.

The Tree of Life Menorah was developed in partnership with Rabbi Todd Markley of Temple Beth Shalom, Needham, MA.

Events for January 7, 2022 x
Fish and brew fridays at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars. January 7-April 29 2022. 12:00pm-8:00pm. Add a glass of local wine or beer for just $6!
Fish & Brew Fridays at Veraisons

Friday Fish & Brew is BACK! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried fish your way. Make it a true fish & brew by adding a glass of local beer or wine for just $6.

Your choice:

Beer Battered or Broiled Fish Fillet dinner, with choice of side & seasonal vegetable $19.95

OR

Fish Fry Sandwich, served with french fries $15

*does not include tax or gratutity.

 

Call for reservations: 800-243-5513

Events for January 10, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Events for January 11, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Events for January 12, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Events for January 13, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Events for January 14, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Outdoor Experiences at Buttonwood Grove
Buttonwood Grove OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE: Kick Off 2022!

Bring friends and family along for a kickoff to the new year! Seated at our outdoor fire cauldrons, you'll start your visit with a Super Bowl-themed appetizer accompanied by a sample of one of our recent NY Wine Classic Gold Medal winners. Then, you'll fill up with some savory sliders and your choice of a glass of artisan wine from our extensive list. Your experience will be capped off by a guided tour of our production facility, including a tank sample of a not-yet-bottled wine.

Pack your bags for fun! Footballs are welcome, and other lawn games will be provided by Buttonwood Grove. For some fun in the snow guests are also welcome to bring snowshoes, cross country skis or hiking boots and venture out on a self-guided trek through our rolling vineyards, build a snowman, or simply sit back and listen to the crackling flames as you drink in the enchanting beauty of the changing seasons in the Finger Lakes!

Click "Book Now" when you arrive on our Tastings and Tours page.

Events for January 15, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Outdoor Experiences at Buttonwood Grove
Buttonwood Grove OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE: Kick Off 2022!

Bring friends and family along for a kickoff to the new year! Seated at our outdoor fire cauldrons, you'll start your visit with a Super Bowl-themed appetizer accompanied by a sample of one of our recent NY Wine Classic Gold Medal winners. Then, you'll fill up with some savory sliders and your choice of a glass of artisan wine from our extensive list. Your experience will be capped off by a guided tour of our production facility, including a tank sample of a not-yet-bottled wine.

Pack your bags for fun! Footballs are welcome, and other lawn games will be provided by Buttonwood Grove. For some fun in the snow guests are also welcome to bring snowshoes, cross country skis or hiking boots and venture out on a self-guided trek through our rolling vineyards, build a snowman, or simply sit back and listen to the crackling flames as you drink in the enchanting beauty of the changing seasons in the Finger Lakes!

Click "Book Now" when you arrive on our Tastings and Tours page.

Events for January 16, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Outdoor Experiences at Buttonwood Grove
Buttonwood Grove OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE: Kick Off 2022!

Bring friends and family along for a kickoff to the new year! Seated at our outdoor fire cauldrons, you'll start your visit with a Super Bowl-themed appetizer accompanied by a sample of one of our recent NY Wine Classic Gold Medal winners. Then, you'll fill up with some savory sliders and your choice of a glass of artisan wine from our extensive list. Your experience will be capped off by a guided tour of our production facility, including a tank sample of a not-yet-bottled wine.

Pack your bags for fun! Footballs are welcome, and other lawn games will be provided by Buttonwood Grove. For some fun in the snow guests are also welcome to bring snowshoes, cross country skis or hiking boots and venture out on a self-guided trek through our rolling vineyards, build a snowman, or simply sit back and listen to the crackling flames as you drink in the enchanting beauty of the changing seasons in the Finger Lakes!

Click "Book Now" when you arrive on our Tastings and Tours page.

Events for January 17, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Join us as the Museum celebrates the life, legacy, and many teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Corning Museum of Glass will offer free admission all day on January 17.

Explore the Museum and take a closer look at works by Vanessa German and Fred Wilson with our new Art Cards. Plus, create a one-of-a-kind suncatcher featuring the inspirational and empowering words of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at The Studio. This limited-time sandblasting project is open to all ages and available from January 15–17. Reservations required. 

Reserve your tickets online

Events for January 18, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Events for January 19, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Events for January 20, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Events for January 21, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Events for January 22, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Stahl Caso artwork at Damiani Wine Cellars
Art Opening at Damiani Cellars: Stahl Caso

It’s time to turn off your brain and let feelings and stimuli take over. Join us Saturday for amazing wine, small bites, and art by local artist, Stahl Caso.

SPECIAL
$2 off glasses of the new 2020 Cabernet Sauvignon or 10% off bottles. Full cheese and charcuterie menu available for purchase. Masks are required.

FROM THE ARTIST:
In this collection of paintings, I have focused on my relationship with nature, titled “Portal Farming on Rural Moon.” I take a fantastical approach to seeds and plants within our lives.

I use primarily recycled materials in my Art. Found wood and paints, gifted materials from friends and occasionally items bought at second-hand shop like Ithaca Re-Use. I feel like the planet is covered in usable goods and it is one of my priorities to turn them into Art.

My process in making Art consists of multiple layers and formations over days and weeks. Some of my pieces have maybe six or seven previous pictures painted on the material. I just keep going until I feel like the Art has finished its journey. A common theme in my work is the creation of different rooms and doorways within the piece. I’m not entirely aware of why I do this, but it has been a component of my work for years. I do like the idea of life taking me in different directions based on the path I choose to take. Not in a super spiritual way but more of a pragmatic decision-making way. You never know what’s up ahead unless you go there…

Thank you for taking the time to look at my Art and read this short description/artist statement, I hope you found it enjoyable…

– Stahl Caso

Tasting room staff enjoying the wine.
2020 Cabernet Sauvignon Release Weekend

Sample our new release 2020 Cabernet Sauvignon this weekend in our Tasting Room. We only have 96 cases remaining and it’s a killer wine, ready to knock your socks off.

Events for January 23, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom image
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom | Virtual Event

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production
presented by Columbia Artists Theatricals

TURNING 15 ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM

Available for Streaming Monday, January 10 – Sunday, January 23, 2022

 

Filled with traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs, Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving and inspiring true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selmato Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Linda was jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday as she and her friends fought alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. Ally Sheedy adapted the award-winning memoir by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (DialPress, 2016) for the stage. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom is directed by Fracaswell Hyman and the music director is Joshuah Brian Campbell. The show is produced by Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Miranda Barry, Amy Sprecher, Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group.

Please Note: This show tells the true story of the sometimes brutal period of Civil Rights history in the United States, including video of actual events. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 10.

Curriculum Ties: Black History, Civil Rights

Recommended for Grades 6 – 12   

Show Length: 50 minute performance and a 30 minute documentary-style interview with Lynda Blackmon Lowery

 

Purchase information:

For Schools:  Cost for schools is $60/classroom.  Each class must be registered.  A fillable Order Form for Schools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment or Purchase Order must be received before the link and password will be sent.

For Homeschools and Individuals:  Cost for Homeschools and Individuals is $6/household.  A fillable Order Form for Homeschools is available on-line at ClemensCenter.org or you may contact Janice Slocum to register.  Payment must be received before the link and password will be sent.

Questions?  Please contact Janice Slocum, School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 x 777 or janices@clemenscenter.org

Tasting room staff enjoying the wine.
2020 Cabernet Sauvignon Release Weekend

Sample our new release 2020 Cabernet Sauvignon this weekend in our Tasting Room. We only have 99 cases remaining and it’s a killer wine, ready to knock your socks off.

Events for January 24, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Events for January 25, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Events for January 26, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Events for January 27, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Events for January 28, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Outdoor Experiences at Buttonwood Grove
Buttonwood Grove OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE: Kick Off 2022!

Bring friends and family along for a kickoff to the new year! Seated at our outdoor fire cauldrons, you'll start your visit with a Super Bowl-themed appetizer accompanied by a sample of one of our recent NY Wine Classic Gold Medal winners. Then, you'll fill up with some savory sliders and your choice of a glass of artisan wine from our extensive list. Your experience will be capped off by a guided tour of our production facility, including a tank sample of a not-yet-bottled wine.

Pack your bags for fun! Footballs are welcome, and other lawn games will be provided by Buttonwood Grove. For some fun in the snow guests are also welcome to bring snowshoes, cross country skis or hiking boots and venture out on a self-guided trek through our rolling vineyards, build a snowman, or simply sit back and listen to the crackling flames as you drink in the enchanting beauty of the changing seasons in the Finger Lakes!

Click "Book Now" when you arrive on our Tastings and Tours page.

Events for January 29, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Outdoor Experiences at Buttonwood Grove
Buttonwood Grove OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE: Kick Off 2022!

Bring friends and family along for a kickoff to the new year! Seated at our outdoor fire cauldrons, you'll start your visit with a Super Bowl-themed appetizer accompanied by a sample of one of our recent NY Wine Classic Gold Medal winners. Then, you'll fill up with some savory sliders and your choice of a glass of artisan wine from our extensive list. Your experience will be capped off by a guided tour of our production facility, including a tank sample of a not-yet-bottled wine.

Pack your bags for fun! Footballs are welcome, and other lawn games will be provided by Buttonwood Grove. For some fun in the snow guests are also welcome to bring snowshoes, cross country skis or hiking boots and venture out on a self-guided trek through our rolling vineyards, build a snowman, or simply sit back and listen to the crackling flames as you drink in the enchanting beauty of the changing seasons in the Finger Lakes!

Click "Book Now" when you arrive on our Tastings and Tours page.

Events for January 30, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

Outdoor Experiences at Buttonwood Grove
Buttonwood Grove OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE: Kick Off 2022!

Bring friends and family along for a kickoff to the new year! Seated at our outdoor fire cauldrons, you'll start your visit with a Super Bowl-themed appetizer accompanied by a sample of one of our recent NY Wine Classic Gold Medal winners. Then, you'll fill up with some savory sliders and your choice of a glass of artisan wine from our extensive list. Your experience will be capped off by a guided tour of our production facility, including a tank sample of a not-yet-bottled wine.

Pack your bags for fun! Footballs are welcome, and other lawn games will be provided by Buttonwood Grove. For some fun in the snow guests are also welcome to bring snowshoes, cross country skis or hiking boots and venture out on a self-guided trek through our rolling vineyards, build a snowman, or simply sit back and listen to the crackling flames as you drink in the enchanting beauty of the changing seasons in the Finger Lakes!

Click "Book Now" when you arrive on our Tastings and Tours page.

Events for January 31, 2022 x
Glass Snow Family
Glass Snow Family

Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some! Don’t miss our 6-foot snow family, their two 3-foot-tall snow kids, and their pet snow dog Pi-Rex, made by Hot Glass Demo glassmaker George Kennard and team. It's a great photo opportunity!

Plus, warm up in our Make Your Own Glass Studio and make your own glass snowperson, or buy one (or two) in our Shops. 

10
Jan 2022
Thru
06
Mar 2022
Our snowpeople are guaranteed to last the whole winter through—and then some!
1 Museum Way
09:00 am
(607)-937-5371
02
Feb 2022
Thru
03
Feb 2022
Clemens Center’s 2021-2022 Broadway Series presents Roald Dahl’s CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY Wednesday – Thursday, February 2 – 3, 2022 at 7:30 pm*
207 Clemens Center Parkway
7:30 pm
(607)-734-8191
07
Feb 2022
Join us each Monday* night for a themed prix fixe dinner. Dine-in or Takeout! Three courses for $40 per person. And no corkage fee if you bring your own wine.
512 Hamilton Street
5:00PM
(315)-787-0400
09
Feb 2022
Huge art exhibition and book sale in downtown Geneva as part of the 2022 Winter Arts Festival.  Left Bank hosting at 24 Linden Street.  Additional exhibition at Dove Block Gallery at Exchange & Seneca Streets.
24 Linden Street
5:30 PM
11
Feb 2022
Warm your hearts beside a romantic fire on our beautiful grounds overlooking the vineyards and Cayuga Lake. Seated at our outdoor cauldrons, you'll start your visit with a toast of our Antonia Marie Sparkling.
5986 State Route 89
multiple times available
(607)-869-9760
11
Feb 2022
The Geneva Downtown Film Festival supports the fresh ideas of film and video artists who have a story to tell and the passion to tell it.
82 Seneca Street
7:00 pm
(315)-781-5483
11
Feb 2022
Thru
13
Feb 2022
February 11 - 13 10am to 5pm
4704 NY-414
10am
12
Feb 2022
Thru
14
Feb 2022
Join us Valentine’s Day weekend and leave a real-life "like" next to your favorite piece in our collection.
1 Museum way Corning NY 14830
09:00 AM
(607)-937-5371
12
Feb 2022
Join downtown Geneva at Genessee Park and walk the 1/2 mile walk through downtown to Paradise Alley with the light parade.  Bring your own lights, lanterns, - anything that glows, and join in the parade!  Free and ope
Downtown Geneva
5:30 PM
(315)-719-4612
12
Feb 2022
Thru
13
Feb 2022
Taste the Best Ice Wines in New York State!
1187 Turk Hill Road
(585)-223-4210