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Celebrate the history of America in the Finger Lakes

Discover what's happening in the Finger Lakes in July

Celebrate the 4th of July in the Finger Lakes! Put on your stars and stripes, round up family and friends, and explore the many fireworks displays available across the region in a location most convenient for you.  Have a blast at one of the many local July events sure to make your eyes sparkle!

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

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Events for August 1, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical. 

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster? 

Book Club Logo
The Book Club Play at Bristol Valley Theater

A stinging, smart comedy about books and the people who love them. Laughter and literature collide when five friends and their devoted book club become subjects of a documentary film. While the camera rolls and the wine flows, a lot more than literature gets discussed. Truths are told and secrets are revealed as the club members find that there is more to a book - and life - than the cover!

 

The Book Club Play runs July 28 - August 7. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

 

Events for August 2, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical. 

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster? 

Book Club Logo
The Book Club Play at Bristol Valley Theater

A stinging, smart comedy about books and the people who love them. Laughter and literature collide when five friends and their devoted book club become subjects of a documentary film. While the camera rolls and the wine flows, a lot more than literature gets discussed. Truths are told and secrets are revealed as the club members find that there is more to a book - and life - than the cover!

 

The Book Club Play runs July 28 - August 7. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

 

Events for August 3, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Book Club Logo
The Book Club Play at Bristol Valley Theater

A stinging, smart comedy about books and the people who love them. Laughter and literature collide when five friends and their devoted book club become subjects of a documentary film. While the camera rolls and the wine flows, a lot more than literature gets discussed. Truths are told and secrets are revealed as the club members find that there is more to a book - and life - than the cover!

 

The Book Club Play runs July 28 - August 7. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

 

Fire & Wine Exhibit
Fire & Vine Wine Wednesdays | J. R. Dill Winery

 Gather Gallery

What could be better than an exhibit about glass and wine? Sipping Finger Lakes wine while viewing beautiful glass objects, of course!  
 
The Museum is partnering with local wineries to present Fire & Vine Wine Wednesdays all summer long. From July 6 to August 24, join us each Wednesday from 5-6:30 p.m. to experience the flavors that make the Finger Lakes known worldwide for its exceptional winemaking. We’ll feature a different winery each week.  

This week, we'll be partnering with J. R. Dill Winery

Adjacent to the tasting, view the exhibit Fire & Vine: The Story of Glass and Wine, which highlights two of the most important industries in the Finger Lakes. Learn about the ways that glass is involved in all phases of the winemaking process, from grape to goblet. 

Tastings will be free with the cost of Museum admission. Proof of age 21 and over required. Local residents (in zip codes beginning with 148,149, 169) always receive 50% off admission. 

About J. R. Dill Winery

Founded in 2009, J.R. Dill focuses on hand crafted small batch wines, from aromatic dry whites to barrel aged dry reds. At J.R. Dill, we put all our efforts into what makes us proudest- making high quality, consistent, and affordable wines. Founder and winemaker, Jeffrey R. Dill, invites you to come visit for a tasting and enjoy the atmosphere as well as the beautiful view of Seneca Lake.

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Little Gather: Push Physical Theatre

Intense athleticism, gravity-defying acrobatics, and soulful artistry are the trademarks of the award-winning, genre-defining PUSH Physical Theatre.

9:30 am show for groups (reservations required)

11 am show for the general public

The Southeast Steuben County Library will be at every show with an activity demonstration and material list so you can extend the fun to your home. 

Contact littlegather@cmog.org or +1 (607) 438-5429 to make group reservations or if you have questions.  

Free Museum Admission

Little Gather guests can share FREE Museum admission with their accompanying adults! Immediately following Little Gather performances, participating kids and adults can visit the rest of the Museum for free. Simply check in at either the Auditorium desk or the Admissions desk. No coupon required, but adults must be accompanied by kids. Kids under age 18 always enjoy free admission to the Museum, and local residents receive discounted admission rates.

Bollicine Bros
Live Music: The Bollicine Brothers + Sabores de Oaxaca Food Truck

Visit us Wednesday evening during summer for the fun and exuberant sounds of The Bollicine Brothers. Always crowd favorites, they will have you tapping your toes, nodding your head, and heck even dancing around the lawn.

We’ll have the patio bar open 5-8 p.m. on Wednesdays with music from 6-8 p.m.

We will also have the amazing Mexican food of Sabores de Oaxaca food truck on site so you can get your dinner in, too!

  • Every Wednesday evening
  • Patio bar open from 5-8
  • Live music from 6-8
  • Sabores de Oaxaca doing food
Events for August 4, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Book Club Logo
The Book Club Play at Bristol Valley Theater

A stinging, smart comedy about books and the people who love them. Laughter and literature collide when five friends and their devoted book club become subjects of a documentary film. While the camera rolls and the wine flows, a lot more than literature gets discussed. Truths are told and secrets are revealed as the club members find that there is more to a book - and life - than the cover!

 

The Book Club Play runs July 28 - August 7. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration | Nancy Callan & Mel Douglas
Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration | Nancy Callan & Mel Douglas

Watch Studio artist instructors Nancy Callan and Mel Douglas demonstrate in the Amphitheater Hot Shop. Working in both the hot and cold shops, the duo's collaborative work results in objects that celebrate the relationship of form, pattern, balance, and design.

How to Join and Connect Live

Watch this live-streamed demo on Thursday, August 4 at 5:30 pm EDT on The Corning Museum of Glass YouTube channel.

Unable to watch the live event? A recording of the live stream will be uploaded to The Corning Museum of Glass YouTube channel. Plus, find hundreds of hours of live-streamed demonstrations on the Museum YouTube channel.

Events for August 5, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Book Club Logo
The Book Club Play at Bristol Valley Theater

A stinging, smart comedy about books and the people who love them. Laughter and literature collide when five friends and their devoted book club become subjects of a documentary film. While the camera rolls and the wine flows, a lot more than literature gets discussed. Truths are told and secrets are revealed as the club members find that there is more to a book - and life - than the cover!

 

The Book Club Play runs July 28 - August 7. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

the pavilion in the Memorial Art Gallery
Così fan tutte: Finger Lakes Opera

Don't miss this beloved comedy featuring the Tomita Young Artists

Finger Lakes Opera presents the 2022 Tomita Young Artists in a one-act version of Così fan tutte. This production will pay tribute to Mozart’s beloved comedy.

 

Cast:

Fiordiligi - Danielle Beckvermit

Dorabella - Erika Vasallo

Despina - Kayla Oderah

Ferrando - Robert Hartfield

Guglielmo - Geoffrey Schmelzer

Don Alfonso - Jeremy Harr

Music in the moonlit gardens of Sonnenberg.
Moonlight Strolls

July 29th, August 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th

8pm – 10pm

Moonlight Strolls

Music in the moonlit gardens of Sonnenberg.  Great for the whole family!  See our website for a list of musical guests.

Tickets available online & at admissions

https://www.sonnenberg.org/events/

Admission $10/Members     |     $12/Non-members     |     $5.00 (3-15 years old)     |     Free (under 3 years old)     |     Pre-sale Online (online sales through the Wednesday before the stroll, after this day you can purchase tickets at the Admissions Booth)

Events for August 6, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Book Club Logo
The Book Club Play at Bristol Valley Theater

A stinging, smart comedy about books and the people who love them. Laughter and literature collide when five friends and their devoted book club become subjects of a documentary film. While the camera rolls and the wine flows, a lot more than literature gets discussed. Truths are told and secrets are revealed as the club members find that there is more to a book - and life - than the cover!

 

The Book Club Play runs July 28 - August 7. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

a confrontation in the parlor
A Novel Weekend

Join us on Saturday, August 6, and Sunday, August 7, from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. to step into the history, mystery, and culinary delights of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." Explore the life and times of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the world which inspired his much-beloved works, try your hand a solving a Sherlock Holmes-style mystery as it plays out throughout the Historic Village, sample the sweets, treats, and culinary oddities featured in the Sherlock Holmes cookbook, and more! 

Fun, Music, and Wine!
37th Anniversary Party at Hosmer Winery

Come and help Hosmer Winery celebrate 37 years of making award-winning wine! Get your dancing shoes out for Tribal Revival Band as they play classic hits all afternoon! Hosmer wines will be served by the glass accompanied by beer, mimosas, slushies, and special cocktails. Enjoy your drink with some of Blowin' Smoke BBQ's delectable smoked meats and mac & cheese. Lawn games will be out to add even more to the fun. This event is free admission for all!

Events for August 7, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Book Club Logo
The Book Club Play at Bristol Valley Theater

A stinging, smart comedy about books and the people who love them. Laughter and literature collide when five friends and their devoted book club become subjects of a documentary film. While the camera rolls and the wine flows, a lot more than literature gets discussed. Truths are told and secrets are revealed as the club members find that there is more to a book - and life - than the cover!

 

The Book Club Play runs July 28 - August 7. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

a confrontation in the parlor
A Novel Weekend

Join us on Saturday, August 6, and Sunday, August 7, from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. to step into the history, mystery, and culinary delights of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." Explore the life and times of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the world which inspired his much-beloved works, try your hand a solving a Sherlock Holmes-style mystery as it plays out throughout the Historic Village, sample the sweets, treats, and culinary oddities featured in the Sherlock Holmes cookbook, and more! 

music and mimosa graphic
Music & Mimosas - Tribal Revival Duo

Our 37th Anniversary celebration continues! Enjoy live tunes from Tribal Revival Duo, fresh mimosas, regional beer, & wine all afternoon. Free admission and all are welcome (including children and children with 4 paws and wagging tails). Charcuterie and light fare will be available for purchase.

Fabi and Friends
Live Music: Buena Vista Sunday Club with Fabi and Friends + Sabores de Oaxaca Food Truck

 

Join us every Sunday in summer for the eclectic and amazing music from Fabi World Music Summer Duo featuring Martini.

We have wines by the glass, by the bottle, and special wine cocktails available for you to enjoy as you take in the views and wonderful vibes.

  • Fabi World Music Summer Duo (feat. Martini)
  • Special guest musicians weekly
  • Every Sunday afternoon
  • Live music on the patio from 1-4
  • Sabores de Oaxaca doing food
Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre
Anniversary Concert: Finger Lakes Opera

Raise your glass and break out your opera glasses to officially mark the start of FLO’s 10th anniversary celebration

This program will feature Artistic Director and Founder Gerard Floriano leading the FLO orchestra, four internationally acclaimed main-stage stars, and this year’s Tomita Young Artists in a multi-media event honoring FLO’s past, present, and future.  

​Thank you to FLO's supporting sponsor, the Opera Guild of Rochester. ​

Events for August 8, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

A photo of the outside of the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center
Summer Camp

Sign up for your summer camp in a box and let us transport you back in history. This program is in partnership with Seneca Falls Historical Society, and the Edith B. Ford Memorial Library. Children will receive several crafts and activities for each thematic day to enjoy. 

Events for August 9, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

A photo of the outside of the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center
Summer Camp

Sign up for your summer camp in a box and let us transport you back in history. This program is in partnership with Seneca Falls Historical Society, and the Edith B. Ford Memorial Library. Children will receive several crafts and activities for each thematic day to enjoy. 

Events for August 10, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

A photo of the outside of the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center
Summer Camp

Sign up for your summer camp in a box and let us transport you back in history. This program is in partnership with Seneca Falls Historical Society, and the Edith B. Ford Memorial Library. Children will receive several crafts and activities for each thematic day to enjoy. 

Bollicine Bros
Live Music: The Bollicine Brothers + Sabores de Oaxaca Food Truck

Visit us Wednesday evening during summer for the fun and exuberant sounds of The Bollicine Brothers. Always crowd favorites, they will have you tapping your toes, nodding your head, and heck even dancing around the lawn.

We’ll have the patio bar open 5-8 p.m. on Wednesdays with music from 6-8 p.m.

We will also have the amazing Mexican food of Sabores de Oaxaca food truck on site so you can get your dinner in, too!

  • Every Wednesday evening
  • Patio bar open from 5-8
  • Live music from 6-8
  • Sabores de Oaxaca doing food
Little Gather: Doc Possum
Little Gather: Doc Possum

Come rock out to the sounds of a local favorite as he revisits hit songs and includes some new songs along the way. Doc has songs that he has written especially for the Museum. Sing along with “Paperweight Pals” and more!

9:30 am show for groups (reservations required)

11 am show for the general public

The Southeast Steuben County Library will be at every show with an activity demonstration and material list so you can extend the fun to your home. 

Contact littlegather@cmog.org or +1 (607) 438-5429 to make group reservations or if you have questions.  

Free Museum Admission

Little Gather guests can share FREE Museum admission with their accompanying adults! Immediately following Little Gather performances, participating kids and adults can visit the rest of the Museum for free. Simply check in at either the Auditorium desk or the Admissions desk. No coupon required, but adults must be accompanied by kids. Kids under age 18 always enjoy free admission to the Museum, and local residents receive discounted admission rates.

Fire & Wine Exhibit
Fire & Vine Wine Wednesdays | Wagner Vineyards Estate Winery

What could be better than an exhibit about glass and wine? Sipping Finger Lakes wine while viewing beautiful glass objects, of course!  
 
The Museum is partnering with local wineries to present Fire & Vine Wine Wednesdays all summer long. From July 6 to August 24, join us each Wednesday from 5-6:30 p.m. to experience the flavors that make the Finger Lakes known worldwide for its exceptional winemaking. We’ll feature a different winery each week.  

 This week, we'll be partnering with Wagner Vineyards Estate Winery

Adjacent to the tasting, view the exhibit Fire & Vine: The Story of Glass and Wine, which highlights two of the most important industries in the Finger Lakes. Learn about the ways that glass is involved in all phases of the winemaking process, from grape to goblet. 

Tastings will be free with the cost of Museum admission. Proof of age 21 and over required. Local residents (in zip codes beginning with 148,149, 169) always receive 50% off admission. 

About Wagner Vineyards Estate Winery

Wagner Vineyards Estate Winery is one of the oldest and most recognized wineries in the Finger Lakes. Family-owned and -operated, the fourth- and fifth-generation Wagner’s are in the vineyards and in the cellar to bring you the best quality Finger Lakes wine, focusing on aromatic whites, such as Riesling, and fruit-forward reds, such as Cabernet Franc.

Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration | Nisha Bansil
Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration | Nisha Bansil

Watch artist instructor Nisha Bansil demonstrate for her kiln working class at The Studio. Bansil teaches pâte de verre casting techniques and her class focuses on creating complex glass objects from folded paper designs.

How to Join and Connect Live

Watch this live-streamed demo on Wednesday, August 10 at 11:00 am EDT on The Corning Museum of Glass YouTube channel.

Unable to watch the live event? A recording of the live stream will be uploaded to The Corning Museum of Glass YouTube channel. Plus, find hundreds of hours of live-streamed demonstrations on the Museum YouTube channel.

Events for August 11, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

A photo of the outside of the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center
Summer Camp

Sign up for your summer camp in a box and let us transport you back in history. This program is in partnership with Seneca Falls Historical Society, and the Edith B. Ford Memorial Library. Children will receive several crafts and activities for each thematic day to enjoy. 

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Events for August 12, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

A photo of the outside of the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center
Summer Camp

Sign up for your summer camp in a box and let us transport you back in history. This program is in partnership with Seneca Falls Historical Society, and the Edith B. Ford Memorial Library. Children will receive several crafts and activities for each thematic day to enjoy. 

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Music in the moonlit gardens of Sonnenberg. 
Moonlight Strolls

July 29th, August 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th

8pm – 10pm

Moonlight Strolls

Music in the moonlit gardens of Sonnenberg.  Great for the whole family!  See our website for a list of musical guests.

Tickets available online & at admissions

https://www.sonnenberg.org/events/

Admission $10/Members     |     $12/Non-members     |     $5.00 (3-15 years old)     |     Free (under 3 years old)     |     Pre-sale Online (online sales through the Wednesday before the stroll, after this day you can purchase tickets at the Admissions Booth)

baseball team sitting on a bench
National Silver Ball Tournament

Here at GCV&M, we offer the nation's most comprehensive 19th-century base ball program, including games all summer, and the National Silver Ball Tournament in August. Each season the Museum’s vintage base ball teams unpack their woolen uniforms, brown balls, and double-knobbed bats to play in Silver Base Ball Park, the first and finest replica 19th-century base ball park in the country. Vintage clubs from around the Northeast, Midwest, and Canada will visit GCV&M during this exciting weekend to compete in a round-robin tourney. Admission for all guests is half-price both Saturday and Sunday. Stay tuned for more information! 

Events for August 13, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

baseball team sitting on a bench
National Silver Ball Tournament

Here at GCV&M, we offer the nation's most comprehensive 19th-century base ball program, including games all summer, and the National Silver Ball Tournament in August. Each season the Museum’s vintage base ball teams unpack their woolen uniforms, brown balls, and double-knobbed bats to play in Silver Base Ball Park, the first and finest replica 19th-century base ball park in the country. Vintage clubs from around the Northeast, Midwest, and Canada will visit GCV&M during this exciting weekend to compete in a round-robin tourney. Admission for all guests is half-price both Saturday and Sunday. Stay tuned for more information! 

Flameworking Demos
Flameworking Demos by Corning Museum of Glass

Corning Museum of Glass will be joining us for flameworking demonstrations. Watch as these talented artists create beautiful one of kind pieces! While you are here enjoy delicious food and great shopping. Recording Artist Claudia Hoyser will be performing from 11:30 to 2:30.

Events for August 14, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

baseball team sitting on a bench
National Silver Ball Tournament

Here at GCV&M, we offer the nation's most comprehensive 19th-century base ball program, including games all summer, and the National Silver Ball Tournament in August. Each season the Museum’s vintage base ball teams unpack their woolen uniforms, brown balls, and double-knobbed bats to play in Silver Base Ball Park, the first and finest replica 19th-century base ball park in the country. Vintage clubs from around the Northeast, Midwest, and Canada will visit GCV&M during this exciting weekend to compete in a round-robin tourney. Admission for all guests is half-price both Saturday and Sunday. Stay tuned for more information! 

music and mimosa graphic
Music & Mimosas - Donna Colton

Music & Mimosas is every Sunday at Hosmer Winery from 1-4 pm.

Enjoy live music from 90 Proof & fresh mimosas, wine, regional beer & cider.  Light fare and charcuterie will be available for purchase. Free admission and everyone is welcome! 1-4 pm

Fabi and Friends
Live Music: Buena Vista Sunday Club with Fabi and Friends + Sabores de Oaxaca Food Truck

 

Join us every Sunday in summer for the eclectic and amazing music from Fabi World Music Summer Duo featuring Martini.

We have wines by the glass, by the bottle, and special wine cocktails available for you to enjoy as you take in the views and wonderful vibes.

  • Fabi World Music Summer Duo (feat. Martini)
  • Special guest musicians weekly
  • Every Sunday afternoon
  • Live music on the patio from 1-4
  • Sabores de Oaxaca doing food
Events for August 15, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Events for August 16, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Events for August 17, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Little Gather: Paperheart Puppets
Little Gather: Paperheart Puppets

Celebrate Mexican culture with the “I Love Tacos” show. The show stars a white-nosed coati who reflects the joy of good food and encounters amazing creatures like axolotls, quetzals, and volcano rabbits.

9:30 am show for groups (reservations required)

11 am show for the general public

The Southeast Steuben County Library will be at every show with an activity demonstration and material list so you can extend the fun to your home. 

Contact littlegather@cmog.org or +1 (607) 438-5429 to make group reservations or if you have questions.  

Free Museum Admission

Little Gather guests can share FREE Museum admission with their accompanying adults! Immediately following Little Gather performances, participating kids and adults can visit the rest of the Museum for free. Simply check in at either the Auditorium desk or the Admissions desk. No coupon required, but adults must be accompanied by kids. Kids under age 18 always enjoy free admission to the Museum, and local residents receive discounted admission rates.

Fire & Wine Exhibit
Fire & Vine Wine Wednesdays | Lakewood Vineyards

What could be better than an exhibit about glass and wine? Sipping Finger Lakes wine while viewing beautiful glass objects, of course!  
 
The Museum is partnering with local wineries to present Fire & Vine Wine Wednesdays all summer long. From July 6 to August 24, join us each Wednesday from 5-6:30 p.m. to experience the flavors that make the Finger Lakes known worldwide for its exceptional winemaking. We’ll feature a different winery each week.  

 This week, we'll be partnering with Lakewood Vineyards.

Adjacent to the tasting, view the exhibit Fire & Vine: The Story of Glass and Wine, which highlights two of the most important industries in the Finger Lakes. Learn about the ways that glass is involved in all phases of the winemaking process, from grape to goblet. 

Tastings will be free with the cost of Museum admission. Proof of age 21 and over required. Local residents (in zip codes beginning with 148,149, 169) always receive 50% off admission. 

About Lakewood Vineyards

In 1988, after nearly 37 years of growing and selling grapes, the Stamp family founded Lakewood Vineyards winery and began producing wines from their sprawling lakeside vineyards. Starting with 7 varieties of wine, made from estate grown grapes, Lakewood Vineyards winery opened for wine tasting and sales June 10, 1989. Their selection of wines has increased to 20 varietals and blended wines and mead. Over 500 medals and trophies attest to Lakewood's dedication to consistently high-quality wines. 

Events for August 18, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Elegant tea event on the Mansion Veranda
August Tea

August 18th

1pm – 3pm

August Tea

Elegant tea event on the Mansion Veranda

Tickets must be pre-purchased online

https://www.sonnenberg.org/events/

Admission $35/Members     |     $40/Non-members     |     Pre-sale Online Ticket Sales ONLY through August 1st  

David Whitehouse Research Resident Artist Lecture | Phoebe Stubbs
David Whitehouse Research Resident Artist Lecture | Phoebe Stubbs

Glass artist Phoebe Stubbs will be participating in the David Whitehouse Research Residency from August 8 -27, 2022.  Please join us for a lunchtime lecture presented by Phoebe on August 18 at 12:00 pm in the Seminar Room of the Rakow Research Library. 

During her residency, Stubbs will explore the physical properties of glass to refract and reflect light as well as how lenses have been physically made throughout history.  She will also study the writings of sixteenth and seventeenth-century philosophers and astronomers to further her investigation of how language used to describe glass science, mirrors language used to describe bodies, emotions, and more abstract ideas. 

Free and open to the public; no reservations required.

Past | Present Hot Glass Live Stream
Past | Present Hot Glass Live Stream

Our exhibition Past| Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass shows how the stories that objects tell are always evolving.  Past | Present explores how objects reveal stories about people across time and place, and how the Museum can broaden voices and narratives in our galleries. The text in this exhibition—which emerged from dialogues among curators, educators, scholars, artists, and other community members—is only a starting point.

In these unique hot glass demos, our glassmakers are joined by Museum curators to explore ideas and create objects which expand on the themes found in the exhibition.

How to Join and Connect Live

Watch live on Thursday, August 18 at 5:30 pm EDT, livestreamed on The Corning Museum of Glass YouTube channel.

Unable to watch the live event? The Live Stream will be uploaded to YouTube. Plus, find hundreds of hours of livestreamed demonstrations on the Corning Museum of Glass YouTube channel.

JUMBOshrimp
JUMBOshrimp

JUMBOshrimp will be here on August 18th for our Summer Concerts on the lawn!

Gates open at 5pm. FLX BBQ & Dars Delights will be on site for food and ice cream. Cash Bar provided by The Granger Homestead will feature beer, wine, soda & water.

Please no outside food & drinks or coolers. Chairs & blankets welcome!

Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advance.

We ask that guests are 16+

Events for August 19, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Music in the moonlit gardens of Sonnenberg. 
Moonlight Strolls

July 29th, August 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th

8pm – 10pm

Moonlight Strolls

Music in the moonlit gardens of Sonnenberg.  Great for the whole family!  See our website for a list of musical guests.

Tickets available online & at admissions

https://www.sonnenberg.org/events/

Admission $10/Members     |     $12/Non-members     |     $5.00 (3-15 years old)     |     Free (under 3 years old)     |     Pre-sale Online (online sales through the Wednesday before the stroll, after this day you can purchase tickets at the Admissions Booth)

Events for August 20, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Events for August 21, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

It's a Small World Logo
It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) at Bristol Valley Theater

Anne (an engineer with some baggage) and Cyrus (a poetry-spouting robot who was once a coffee pot) hit the highway together on an odyssey from Disney World to Canandaigua in what may be the world's most original road trip. Along the way these two unusual buddies encounter characters animate and inanimate and adventures both whimsical and oddly touching.

 

It's a Small World (or The Robot Play) runs August 11 – 21. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

music & mimosa graphic
Music & Mimosas - Rachel Beverly

Music & Mimosas is EVERY SUNDAY until Columbus Day! Enjoy live music from Rachel Beverly, fresh mimosas, wine, and regional beer & cider. We will also have light food and charcuterie available for sale. This event is free admission and all are welcome.

Events for August 22, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

sleeping dog with event logo
Gone to the Dogs- Seneca Lake Wine Trail Event

Gone to the Dogs Weekday Visits!  We’re bringing together two things you love – dogs and wine – for a doggone great time on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail!

During this 5-day event, ticketholders enjoy visiting and sampling wines at 14 participating wineries. Your ticket includes wine tasting, dog biscuits, and a special bandana for your dog! You can spread your visits out over the entire event duration (though your ticket only entitles you to a tasting at each winery once).

This event takes place Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26, 2022, during each participating winery’s regular business hours. You may redeem your ticket for one tasting at each participating winery.

The group size maximum for this event is 6 people.

Some of our participating wineries require or suggest reservations. If that is the case, you are responsible for making these in advance. Visit the Current Winery Offerings page to learn more about visiting the wineries and if reservations are needed.

Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyards • Castel Grisch Winery • CK Torrey Ridge Winery • Fruit Yard Winery • Fulkerson Winery • Glenora Wine Cellars • J.R. Dill Winery • Lakewood Vineyards • Miles Wine Cellars • Prejean Winery • Seneca Shore Wine Cellars • Toast Winery • Wagner Vineyards • White Springs Winery

Single Ticket:  $54.00 + fees (admits 1 person tasting wine and 1 dog). Price shown includes 8% sales tax. There is a service fee at checkout. Tickets are good for the whole event, come for a couple days or all week! You will select a starting winery (where you must go first at the start of the event to pick up your physical tickets), then you may visit wineries in any order you wish.

(click or tap each name for additional information):

  • We welcome well-behaved, friendly dogs. Dogs must remain leashed at all times. Please be respectful of other visitors. Maintain a short leash so as not to interfere with other visitors or dogs.
  • Owners must carry with them proof of up-to-date rabies vaccines for their dogs.
  • No females in heat.
  • Help keep our grounds beautiful by cleaning up after your pet. Pet waste disposal bags will be provided – please use and dispose of them properly.
  • Group/Party Size:  There is a strict group maximum of 6 people or fewer. You should NOT purchase tickets for or plan to visit with a group of more than 6 people. If you disregard this restriction, you will be asked to leave the event
Events for August 23, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

sleeping dog with event logo
Gone to the Dogs- Seneca Lake Wine Trail Event

Gone to the Dogs Weekday Visits!  We’re bringing together two things you love – dogs and wine – for a doggone great time on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail!

During this 5-day event, ticketholders enjoy visiting and sampling wines at 14 participating wineries. Your ticket includes wine tasting, dog biscuits, and a special bandana for your dog! You can spread your visits out over the entire event duration (though your ticket only entitles you to a tasting at each winery once).

This event takes place Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26, 2022, during each participating winery’s regular business hours. You may redeem your ticket for one tasting at each participating winery.

The group size maximum for this event is 6 people.

Some of our participating wineries require or suggest reservations. If that is the case, you are responsible for making these in advance. Visit the Current Winery Offerings page to learn more about visiting the wineries and if reservations are needed.

Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyards • Castel Grisch Winery • CK Torrey Ridge Winery • Fruit Yard Winery • Fulkerson Winery • Glenora Wine Cellars • J.R. Dill Winery • Lakewood Vineyards • Miles Wine Cellars • Prejean Winery • Seneca Shore Wine Cellars • Toast Winery • Wagner Vineyards • White Springs Winery

Single Ticket:  $54.00 + fees (admits 1 person tasting wine and 1 dog). Price shown includes 8% sales tax. There is a service fee at checkout. Tickets are good for the whole event, come for a couple days or all week! You will select a starting winery (where you must go first at the start of the event to pick up your physical tickets), then you may visit wineries in any order you wish.

(click or tap each name for additional information):

  • We welcome well-behaved, friendly dogs. Dogs must remain leashed at all times. Please be respectful of other visitors. Maintain a short leash so as not to interfere with other visitors or dogs.
  • Owners must carry with them proof of up-to-date rabies vaccines for their dogs.
  • No females in heat.
  • Help keep our grounds beautiful by cleaning up after your pet. Pet waste disposal bags will be provided – please use and dispose of them properly.
  • Group/Party Size:  There is a strict group maximum of 6 people or fewer. You should NOT purchase tickets for or plan to visit with a group of more than 6 people. If you disregard this restriction, you will be asked to leave the event
Events for August 24, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

sleeping dog with event logo
Gone to the Dogs- Seneca Lake Wine Trail Event

Gone to the Dogs Weekday Visits!  We’re bringing together two things you love – dogs and wine – for a doggone great time on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail!

During this 5-day event, ticketholders enjoy visiting and sampling wines at 14 participating wineries. Your ticket includes wine tasting, dog biscuits, and a special bandana for your dog! You can spread your visits out over the entire event duration (though your ticket only entitles you to a tasting at each winery once).

This event takes place Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26, 2022, during each participating winery’s regular business hours. You may redeem your ticket for one tasting at each participating winery.

The group size maximum for this event is 6 people.

Some of our participating wineries require or suggest reservations. If that is the case, you are responsible for making these in advance. Visit the Current Winery Offerings page to learn more about visiting the wineries and if reservations are needed.

Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyards • Castel Grisch Winery • CK Torrey Ridge Winery • Fruit Yard Winery • Fulkerson Winery • Glenora Wine Cellars • J.R. Dill Winery • Lakewood Vineyards • Miles Wine Cellars • Prejean Winery • Seneca Shore Wine Cellars • Toast Winery • Wagner Vineyards • White Springs Winery

Single Ticket:  $54.00 + fees (admits 1 person tasting wine and 1 dog). Price shown includes 8% sales tax. There is a service fee at checkout. Tickets are good for the whole event, come for a couple days or all week! You will select a starting winery (where you must go first at the start of the event to pick up your physical tickets), then you may visit wineries in any order you wish.

(click or tap each name for additional information):

  • We welcome well-behaved, friendly dogs. Dogs must remain leashed at all times. Please be respectful of other visitors. Maintain a short leash so as not to interfere with other visitors or dogs.
  • Owners must carry with them proof of up-to-date rabies vaccines for their dogs.
  • No females in heat.
  • Help keep our grounds beautiful by cleaning up after your pet. Pet waste disposal bags will be provided – please use and dispose of them properly.
  • Group/Party Size:  There is a strict group maximum of 6 people or fewer. You should NOT purchase tickets for or plan to visit with a group of more than 6 people. If you disregard this restriction, you will be asked to leave the event
Bollicine Bros
Live Music: The Bollicine Brothers + Sabores de Oaxaca Food Truck

Visit us Wednesday evening during summer for the fun and exuberant sounds of The Bollicine Brothers. Always crowd favorites, they will have you tapping your toes, nodding your head, and heck even dancing around the lawn.

We’ll have the patio bar open 5-8 p.m. on Wednesdays with music from 6-8 p.m.

We will also have the amazing Mexican food of Sabores de Oaxaca food truck on site so you can get your dinner in, too!

  • Every Wednesday evening
  • Patio bar open from 5-8
  • Live music from 6-8
  • Sabores de Oaxaca doing food
Jimmie Allen at Chevy Court Stage

When Jimmie Allen performed at the Great New York State Fair in 2019, he was hailed as a star on the rise. Now, currently GRAMMY Award-nominated for Best New Artist and NAACP Image Award-nominated for Outstanding New Artist after being named the Academy of Country Music’s New Male Artist of the Year and the Country Music Association’s New Artist of the Year in 2021, it’s clear Jimmie Allen’s star has risen and shows no sign of slowing down. Allen takes the Chevy Court stage at 6 p.m. opening day, Wednesday, August 24. All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

Chevelle at Chevy Park

The hard-rockin' Loeffler brothers bring their band, Chevelle, back to the Great New York State Fair for the first show of the season at Chevy Park. The 8 p.m. concert on August 24 will mark the second appearance for Chevelle, which played the Fair in 2017.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts performed at Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience Festival Grounds (formerly known as The Experience Stage) are located on the western end of the Fairgrounds, beyond the Midway. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet

Events for August 25, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

kids playing  tug of war
Kids Free Day

Did you know? All kids 12 and under will receive free admission to the Museum on Thursdays in August! We’ll be offering a wide array of activities in the Historic Village for kids to enjoy, including visits with animals on the farm, demonstrations from the Potter and Tin Smith, and historic games on the Village Square. The John L. Wehle Gallery, Nature Center Trails, and Depot Restaurant will also be open during these days. On the way out, stop at the Flint Hill Store to shop for traditional gifts, historic toys, fudge and goodies, and items made directly from the Historic Village. It’s the perfect time to bring the whole family out to enjoy all that the Museum has to offer.

sleeping dog with event logo
Gone to the Dogs- Seneca Lake Wine Trail Event

Gone to the Dogs Weekday Visits!  We’re bringing together two things you love – dogs and wine – for a doggone great time on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail!

During this 5-day event, ticketholders enjoy visiting and sampling wines at 14 participating wineries. Your ticket includes wine tasting, dog biscuits, and a special bandana for your dog! You can spread your visits out over the entire event duration (though your ticket only entitles you to a tasting at each winery once).

This event takes place Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26, 2022, during each participating winery’s regular business hours. You may redeem your ticket for one tasting at each participating winery.

The group size maximum for this event is 6 people.

Some of our participating wineries require or suggest reservations. If that is the case, you are responsible for making these in advance. Visit the Current Winery Offerings page to learn more about visiting the wineries and if reservations are needed.

Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyards • Castel Grisch Winery • CK Torrey Ridge Winery • Fruit Yard Winery • Fulkerson Winery • Glenora Wine Cellars • J.R. Dill Winery • Lakewood Vineyards • Miles Wine Cellars • Prejean Winery • Seneca Shore Wine Cellars • Toast Winery • Wagner Vineyards • White Springs Winery

Single Ticket:  $54.00 + fees (admits 1 person tasting wine and 1 dog). Price shown includes 8% sales tax. There is a service fee at checkout. Tickets are good for the whole event, come for a couple days or all week! You will select a starting winery (where you must go first at the start of the event to pick up your physical tickets), then you may visit wineries in any order you wish.

(click or tap each name for additional information):

  • We welcome well-behaved, friendly dogs. Dogs must remain leashed at all times. Please be respectful of other visitors. Maintain a short leash so as not to interfere with other visitors or dogs.
  • Owners must carry with them proof of up-to-date rabies vaccines for their dogs.
  • No females in heat.
  • Help keep our grounds beautiful by cleaning up after your pet. Pet waste disposal bags will be provided – please use and dispose of them properly.
  • Group/Party Size:  There is a strict group maximum of 6 people or fewer. You should NOT purchase tickets for or plan to visit with a group of more than 6 people. If you disregard this restriction, you will be asked to leave the event
Great White at Chevy Court Stage

Great White, an 80s rock band whose musical recording and touring history spans more than four decades, is returning to the Great New York State Fair. The rock and roll legends will play on the Chevy Court Stage at 6 p.m. on Thursday, August 25.

Great White is known for their hits, including “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” “Rock Me,” and “House of Broken Love.”

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

The Art of Rap Featuring Ice-T at Chevy Park Stage

Art of Rap Featuring Ice-T and co-founder Mick Benzo is the first concert to be announced for the 2022 Great New York State Fair. Rap pioneer and actor Ice-T will bring Host Boogie Black and DJ Kevie Kev Rockwell with Co-Host by Mick Benzo to the show, scheduled for 8 p.m. Thursday, August 25 at the Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience festival grounds as part of the Chevrolet Music Series.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts performed at Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience Festival Grounds (formerly known as The Experience Stage) are located on the western end of the Fairgrounds, beyond the Midway. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

Amy and the Orphans Logo
Amy and the Orphans at Bristol Valley Theater

When their father dies, adult siblings Maggie and Jake face a question: How to break the news to Amy, their sister with Down Syndrome, who lives in a state home? The three take a memorable road trip to the funeral and find out just how little they know about each other. An astonishing play that explores the bonds of family and the limits of love.

 

Amy and the Orphans plays August 25 - September 4. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Events for August 26, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

sleeping dog with event logo
Gone to the Dogs- Seneca Lake Wine Trail Event

Gone to the Dogs Weekday Visits!  We’re bringing together two things you love – dogs and wine – for a doggone great time on the Seneca Lake Wine Trail!

During this 5-day event, ticketholders enjoy visiting and sampling wines at 14 participating wineries. Your ticket includes wine tasting, dog biscuits, and a special bandana for your dog! You can spread your visits out over the entire event duration (though your ticket only entitles you to a tasting at each winery once).

This event takes place Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26, 2022, during each participating winery’s regular business hours. You may redeem your ticket for one tasting at each participating winery.

The group size maximum for this event is 6 people.

Some of our participating wineries require or suggest reservations. If that is the case, you are responsible for making these in advance. Visit the Current Winery Offerings page to learn more about visiting the wineries and if reservations are needed.

Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyards • Castel Grisch Winery • CK Torrey Ridge Winery • Fruit Yard Winery • Fulkerson Winery • Glenora Wine Cellars • J.R. Dill Winery • Lakewood Vineyards • Miles Wine Cellars • Prejean Winery • Seneca Shore Wine Cellars • Toast Winery • Wagner Vineyards • White Springs Winery

Single Ticket:  $54.00 + fees (admits 1 person tasting wine and 1 dog). Price shown includes 8% sales tax. There is a service fee at checkout. Tickets are good for the whole event, come for a couple days or all week! You will select a starting winery (where you must go first at the start of the event to pick up your physical tickets), then you may visit wineries in any order you wish.

(click or tap each name for additional information):

  • We welcome well-behaved, friendly dogs. Dogs must remain leashed at all times. Please be respectful of other visitors. Maintain a short leash so as not to interfere with other visitors or dogs.
  • Owners must carry with them proof of up-to-date rabies vaccines for their dogs.
  • No females in heat.
  • Help keep our grounds beautiful by cleaning up after your pet. Pet waste disposal bags will be provided – please use and dispose of them properly.
  • Group/Party Size:  There is a strict group maximum of 6 people or fewer. You should NOT purchase tickets for or plan to visit with a group of more than 6 people. If you disregard this restriction, you will be asked to leave the event
Amy and the Orphans Logo
Amy and the Orphans at Bristol Valley Theater

When their father dies, adult siblings Maggie and Jake face a question: How to break the news to Amy, their sister with Down Syndrome, who lives in a state home? The three take a memorable road trip to the funeral and find out just how little they know about each other. An astonishing play that explores the bonds of family and the limits of love.

 

Amy and the Orphans plays August 25 - September 4. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

TLC at Chevy Park Stage

TLC, one of the most popular female music groups of the 1990s – known for their signature pop, hip-hop, R&B sound and songs about female empowerment – will take to the Chevy Park Stage on the third day of the 2022 Fair. Perhaps best known for their number-one singles, “Creep,” “Waterfalls,” “Unpretty” and “No Scrubs,” the duo will perform at the Chevy Park Stage on Friday, August 26 at 8 p.m. to close out Pride Day.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts performed at Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience Festival Grounds (formerly known as The Experience Stage) are located on the western end of the Fairgrounds, beyond the Midway. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet

Music in the moonlit gardens of Sonnenberg. 
Moonlight Strolls

July 29th, August 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th

8pm – 10pm

Moonlight Strolls

Music in the moonlit gardens of Sonnenberg.  Great for the whole family!  See our website for a list of musical guests.

Tickets available online & at admissions

https://www.sonnenberg.org/events/

Admission $10/Members     |     $12/Non-members     |     $5.00 (3-15 years old)     |     Free (under 3 years old)     |     Pre-sale Online (online sales through the Wednesday before the stroll, after this day you can purchase tickets at the Admissions Booth)

Niko Moon at Chevy Court Stage

Fast-rising country music star Niko Moon will make his Great New York State Fair debut Friday, August 26 at 6 p.m. on the Chevy Court stage. His song, “Good Time,” hit number 1 on the Billboard country music charts and spent nearly half of 2021 on the top 40 pop music chart. All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

RCA Nashville breakthrough recording artist Niko Moon kicked off 2021 by topping multiple charts with his Platinum-selling debut single “GOOD TIME.” With more than 250 million on-demand streams, “GOOD TIME” helped catapult Moon to No. 1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart and has been lauded as “a bottle-passin' campfire daydream” (Tennessean), solidifying the genre-defying entertainer’s reputation as “One of the most genuine and creative artists in country music right now” (THINK Country Music). Born in Tyler, TX, Moon relocated to Douglasville, GA at age 10, equidistance from hip-hop hub Atlanta and country breeding ground Newnan, GA, inspiring his artful persona: a mix of hooky melodies, shrewd wordplay and edgy, electronic beats. With five song writing No. 1 hits (Zac Brown Band’s “Loving You Easy,” “Homegrown,” “Beautiful Drug,” “Keep Me In Mind,” and “Heavy Is The Head”) plus co-pen credits on singles by Dierks Bentley and Ashley Monroe, among others, Moon continues to turn heads and has been named an artist to watch by CMT, Amazon Music, MusicRow, NY Country Swag, and more. He is currently self-producing his debut full-length project alongside longtime collaborator and friend Joshua Murty.

Events for August 27, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Amy and the Orphans Logo
Amy and the Orphans at Bristol Valley Theater

When their father dies, adult siblings Maggie and Jake face a question: How to break the news to Amy, their sister with Down Syndrome, who lives in a state home? The three take a memorable road trip to the funeral and find out just how little they know about each other. An astonishing play that explores the bonds of family and the limits of love.

 

Amy and the Orphans plays August 25 - September 4. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Tesla at Chevy Court Stage

Hard-rocking outfit Tesla makes its third appearance at the Great New York State Fair with a Chevy Court concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, August 27. It’s the first appearance since 2007 for the band behind hits including “Signs” and “Love Song.”

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

man playing the fiddle
Fiddlers Fair

Fiddler's Fair & Making Music Weekend will bring together musicians on eight different stages around the Museum grounds for a weekend of non-stop entertainment. Settle in to hear the variety of performers, grab food and drinks, or wander the Historic Village and spend the day immersed in live performances.

Events for August 28, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Amy and the Orphans Logo
Amy and the Orphans at Bristol Valley Theater

When their father dies, adult siblings Maggie and Jake face a question: How to break the news to Amy, their sister with Down Syndrome, who lives in a state home? The three take a memorable road trip to the funeral and find out just how little they know about each other. An astonishing play that explores the bonds of family and the limits of love.

 

Amy and the Orphans plays August 25 - September 4. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

man playing the fiddle
Fiddlers Fair

Fiddler's Fair & Making Music Weekend will bring together musicians on eight different stages around the Museum grounds for a weekend of non-stop entertainment. Settle in to hear the variety of performers, grab food and drinks, or wander the Historic Village and spend the day immersed in live performances.

Foreigner at Chevy Park Stage

It might be a case of “Double Vision” for fans of rock stalwarts Foreigner with the news that the band will return to the 2022 Great New York State Fair on the heels of a successful show in 2021. Foreigner will close the first weekend of the Fair’s concert season Sunday, August 28 at 8 p.m. on the Chevy Park stage.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts performed at Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience Festival Grounds (formerly known as The Experience Stage) are located on the western end of the Fairgrounds, beyond the Midway. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

Fabi and Friends
Live Music: Buena Vista Sunday Club with Fabi and Friends + Sabores de Oaxaca Food Truck

 

Join us every Sunday in summer for the eclectic and amazing music from Fabi World Music Summer Duo featuring Martini.

We have wines by the glass, by the bottle, and special wine cocktails available for you to enjoy as you take in the views and wonderful vibes.

  • Fabi World Music Summer Duo (feat. Martini)
  • Special guest musicians weekly
  • Every Sunday afternoon
  • Live music on the patio from 1-4
  • Sabores de Oaxaca doing food
music and mimosa graphic
Music & Mimosas - Unreal Village

Music & Mimosas is every Sunday at Hosmer Winery. Enjoy live music from Unreal Village. Enjoy fresh mimosas, wine, regional beer & cider.  Light fare and charcuterie will be available for purchase. Free admission and everyone is welcome! 1-4pm

Events for August 29, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Amy and the Orphans Logo
Amy and the Orphans at Bristol Valley Theater

When their father dies, adult siblings Maggie and Jake face a question: How to break the news to Amy, their sister with Down Syndrome, who lives in a state home? The three take a memorable road trip to the funeral and find out just how little they know about each other. An astonishing play that explores the bonds of family and the limits of love.

 

Amy and the Orphans plays August 25 - September 4. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Boyz II Men at Chevy Park Stage

Grammy-winning vocal soul powerhouse group Boyz II Men will return to the Great New York State Fair for the first time since 2009 with an 8 p.m. Monday, August 29 performance on the Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience festival grounds.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts performed at Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience Festival Grounds (formerly known as The Experience Stage) are located on the western end of the Fairgrounds, beyond the Midway. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

Events for August 30, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Amy and the Orphans Logo
Amy and the Orphans at Bristol Valley Theater

When their father dies, adult siblings Maggie and Jake face a question: How to break the news to Amy, their sister with Down Syndrome, who lives in a state home? The three take a memorable road trip to the funeral and find out just how little they know about each other. An astonishing play that explores the bonds of family and the limits of love.

 

Amy and the Orphans plays August 25 - September 4. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Herman’s Hermits Starring Peter Noone at Chevy Court Stage

Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone returns to the Great New York State Fair for a show full of 1960’s musical memories at 1 p.m. Tuesday, August 30 on the Chevy Court stage. It will be the 12th appearance at the Fair for the singer of timeless hits such as “Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter,” “A Kind of a Hush,” and “I’m Henry the VIII I Am.” The show takes place on the second Senior Day. Admission for people aged 65 and up is free every day of the Fair.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

Big & Rich at Chevy Court Stage

Country music superstars Big & Rich with Cowboy Troy are inviting New Yorkers to join them for Happy Hour as they bring their “Peace, Love and Happy Hour” tour to the Great New York State Fair. The duo is set to play at the Chevy Court Stage at 6 p.m. Tuesday, August 30.

The self-proclaimed “technicolor cowboys” first burst onto the country-music scene in 2003 and have entertained audiences for nearly two decades with country hits including “Save a Horse,” “Rollin’” “Lost in This Moment” and “Run Away with You.”

Cowboy Troy, a country rapper who has collaborated with Big & Rich on many of their biggest hits, will join the duo as a featured artist during the show.

The August 30 performance will be Big & Rich’s third at the Fair, most recently playing to Chevy Court concertgoers in 2018.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

Events for August 31, 2022 x
Colorful Eagle Sculpture in Montezuma Refuge
Montezuma National Wildlife Tour Adventure

With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.

If you have a love for nature coupled with a thirst for learning; The Montezuma National Wildlife Adventure Tour is the activity for you. A portion of your ticket purchase goes directly to the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

We will delve into the history of this remarkable landmark and how its designation changed over the years, eventually settling on the name: Montezuma.

Get ready to…

♦ See bald eagles in their natural environment
♦ Learn how Montezuma got its name
♦ Explore this preserves’ many marshes & pools
♦ Understand what makes a site like this productive for the many species found at the refuge

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED

The North Shore Lakefront Tour
The North Shore Lakefront Tour

Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!  With (11) Finger Lakes to choose from in upstate New York, it only seemed fitting to feature a distinctive old/new lakefront area tour of the 4th largest of those Finger Lakes: scenic and panoramic Canandaigua Lake.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots in the United States, the rolling hills, coupled with nature’s own majestic splendor, it’s been deemed the “Gem of the Finger Lakes.” This awe-worthy experience includes a delectable farm to table lunch, a tour of NY Kitchen, historical facts, and lakefront history all sprinkled into one leisurely, fun-filled afternoon!

 

 

 

A Return To Yesteryear
A Return To Yesteryear

Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the way we will see and hear about multiple homes and buildings in and around Canandaigua’s unusually wide main street district that foretells of history in the making.

For full tour details please visit for availability:  https://www.flfoodtours.com/a-return-to-yesteryear/ 

 

 

 

Mennonite Horse & Carriage
NOT Your Typical Upstate NY Mennonite & Amish Tour

Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country. The combined population between these (2) groups is approximately 25,000. Penn Yan, NY where, many of them have settled, lies at the north end of the east branch of Keuka Lake.

Our excursion begins just outside of the village of Penn Yan which originally was said to have been contrived from the first syllables of “Pennsylvania” and “Yankee”. These early settlers were from Pennsylvania and the New England area with the latter being known as Yankees.

Offered every Tuesday beginning in May and running through the end of October, this (4.5) hour tour is designed specifically to encourage each guest to participate fully. 

Get ready to…

♦ Journey back to an uncomplicated time
♦ Enjoy the region’s quintessential excursion
♦ Experience an uncommon physical challenge
♦ Absorb the countryside views of rural Yates County
♦ Listen to a descriptive narrative of America’s rail & transportation history
♦ Have the incomparable experience of meeting, eating and talking with a local Mennonite family
♦ Learn & ask questions about the Mennonite & Amish culture of upstate, NY
♦ Explore for yourselves the many Mennonite & Amish markets & country shops

ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED 

Blue Star
Blue Star Museums Program

The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid for two consecutive days.

*The Museum also offers a 15% discount to all active military and veterans all year long.

Music in the Park sign, with Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry at the top and sponsors at the bottom.
Music in the Park

We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park. We will also be offering free children's activities at each concert. Sprinkle Star Ship and another food vendor will be on site to make sure you don't go hungry!

Featured Performers:

 

6/30 Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters *No Food Truck

7/7 No Big Deal *No Food Truck

7/14 Corey Comer and SolPhi

7/28 The Ende Brothers

8/11 Lub Dub

8/25 Fabcats

9/8 Sam Swanson

Market Street Social Rocks on Thursday and Fridays
Market Street Social Live at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.  The “Gateway to the Southern Finger Lakes” boasts Corning’s only alfresco dining and music venue in the heart of the historic Gaffer District where Market Street begins.   This summer, guests and locals alike are invited to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of Market Street Social, which offers two concerts a week and new seasonal food and beverage menus.  

Live music nights, aptly named Market Street Social Live, take place twice a week on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6 pm to 9 pm (current schedule appears below).  The culinary team spearheaded by Executive Chef Sean Glacken has also introduced a seasonal menu punctuated by plates conducive for sharing.  The kitchen incorporates locally sourced Finger Lakes ingredients, wines, and beers as much as possible.   Highlights from the new menu include fresh strawberry almond salad, Cubano sandwich, scallop and pork belly duet, and sesame crusted ahi tuna.  Reservations are available by contacting 607.962.5000 ext 127.  

 
June
9 – Evan Dillon Solo
10 – Leah Brown
16 – Sam Swanson
17 – Doc Possum
23 – The Ende Brothers
24 – Ampersand
30 – Wendy Owens

July 
1 – Chad Taggart
7 – Virgil Cane
8 – Mike Giannone
14 – Brian Hughes
15 – Blue Eyed
21 – Zach Hamilton
22 – Ampersand
28 – Mike Lucey
29 – Mike Giannone

August
4 – Bad Bear
5 – Chad Taggart
11 – Sam Swanson
12 – Nate Michaels
18 – The Ende Brothers
19 – Project X
25 – Mike Lucey
26 – Ampersand


September
1 – Virgil Cane
2 – Leah Brown
8 – Wendy Owens
9 – Mike Giannone
15 – Kenny Ende
16 – Blue Eyed Soul
22 – Zach Hamilton
23 – Nate Michaels
29 – Evan Dillon Solo
30 – Anton Flint

October
6 – Sam Swanson
7 – Leah Brown
 

More about Radisson Hotel Corning: 
Radisson Hotel Corning was ranked as one of the nation’s three best Radisson Hotels by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report.  Managed by Core Hotels & Resorts, this property is the only full-service hotel in the Finger Lakes region and the area’s preeminent destination for conferences, banquets, and events.  On-site outlets include Grill 1-2-5 and Steuben Bar, favorites of both guests and locals, and Market Street Social, a seasonal outdoor dining and entertainment hot spot. Positioned prominently in the heart of the historic Gaffer District, Radisson Hotel Corning offers stylish guestrooms and 8,000 sq. ft of meeting and event space just steps away from the unique shops and restaurants of famed Market Street and the world-famous Corning Museum of Glass.  The hotel is less than an hour from more than 100 Finger Lakes-region wineries and just 15 minutes from Elmira Corning Regional Airport. For more info, visit https://www.radisson.com/corningny or call (607) 962-5000.  Radisson Hotel Corning: 125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830.  
 

Amy and the Orphans Logo
Amy and the Orphans at Bristol Valley Theater

When their father dies, adult siblings Maggie and Jake face a question: How to break the news to Amy, their sister with Down Syndrome, who lives in a state home? The three take a memorable road trip to the funeral and find out just how little they know about each other. An astonishing play that explores the bonds of family and the limits of love.

 

Amy and the Orphans plays August 25 - September 4. For more information and to order tickets, call us at 585-374-6318 or visit our website at bvtnaples.org!

 

Please note: masks and proof of vaccination are required for entry to all events. Thank you for your understanding!

Bollicine Bros
Live Music: The Bollicine Brothers + Sabores de Oaxaca Food Truck

Visit us Wednesday evening during summer for the fun and exuberant sounds of The Bollicine Brothers. Always crowd favorites, they will have you tapping your toes, nodding your head, and heck even dancing around the lawn.

We’ll have the patio bar open 5-8 p.m. on Wednesdays with music from 6-8 p.m.

We will also have the amazing Mexican food of Sabores de Oaxaca food truck on site so you can get your dinner in, too!

  • Every Wednesday evening
  • Patio bar open from 5-8
  • Live music from 6-8
  • Sabores de Oaxaca doing food
Nelly at Chevy Park Stage

Fair fans will get to shake their tailfeathers all over again when Nelly returns to the Great New York State Fair for a performance at 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 31 on the Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience festival grounds. Nelly drew more than 33,000 people to Chevy Park in 2021.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Concerts performed at Chevy Park stage in the New York Experience Festival Grounds (formerly known as The Experience Stage) are located on the western end of the Fairgrounds, beyond the Midway. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

04
Apr 2022
Thru
31
Oct 2022
With the many options of things to do in the Finger Lakes, nothing comes close to this one-of-kind wildlife tour of all the attractions in upstate NY.
3395 US-20
1:00 PM
20
Apr 2022
Thru
29
Oct 2022
Have a taste for travel? The Finger Lakes Region is a vast area beckoning the adventurous traveler to be explored and enjoyed!
800 S Main St.
12:00 PM
21
Apr 2022
Thru
27
Oct 2022
Come see with us as we wax nostalgic to recall the days of yesteryear.  This fact-based 1) hour tour walking tour will take you to and fro as we cover captivating stories and timely events of days gone by.  Along the
55 N Main St.
10:00 AM
03
May 2022
Thru
25
Oct 2022
Many Amish & Mennonite families began purchasing farmland throughout the state of New York making the state one of the fastest-growing Amish and Mennonite populations in the country.
2039 Havens Corners Rd.
9:30 AM
21
May 2022
Thru
05
Sep 2022
The Museum is once again participating in the Blue Star Museums program, offering free Museum admission to all active duty military and their families May 21 through Labor Day.* As always, Museum admission is valid fo
1 Museum Way
09:00 AM
(607)-937-5371
16
Jun 2022
Thru
08
Sep 2022
We are excited to be bringing back Music in the Park this summer. We have an excellent lineup of local musicians ready to rock Seneca Falls in People's Park.
35 Water St
6:00pm
22
Jun 2022
Thru
07
Oct 2022
Radisson Hotel Corning welcomes in the summer season this June with complimentary, open-air concerts at its stylish outdoor restaurant, Market Street Social.
125 Denison Pkwy E, Corning, NY 14830
6:00PM
24
Jun 2022
Thru
01
Jul 2022
1410 Flint Hill Road
8:00PM
(585)-538-6822
30
Jun 2022
Thru
10
Jul 2022
This hilarious romantic comedy is a fresh twist on the Cyrano de Bergerac story. Travis Park, a modest high school English teacher, is falling for the new Korean American math teacher, Veronica Lee.
151 S. Main St.
8PM
(585)-374-6318
01
Jul 2022
Amazing local artist, Laura Jaen Smith, has her opening reception at Vines of New York Art Gallery in Geneva, beginning on Friday, July 1st from 5-8pm at our monthly First Friday event at the gallery.
772 S. Main Street
5:00 PM
(315)-719-4612