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June Events

Welcome the summer in the Finger Lakes

The Sun is Shining on these June Events in the Finger Lakes

It’s the official start of summer and the Finger Lakes region is busy this time of year! Make your plans well in advance for what is bound to be a fun-filled and exciting season.  We’ve got so many June events happening for the start of summer - check them out below!

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

June - 2022
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Events for June 1, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

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FREE Live Music Wednesday Nights at Ventosa 5-8pm

Wednesday's live music at Ventosa is back from 6-9pm with a BOGO happy hour from 5-6pm! Cafe Toscana serving until 8pm. Call to reserve your table on our terrace as it fills up quickly (315)719-0000 (leave a message if no answer). See our website for artist line-up: VentosaVineyards.com/livemusic

Events for June 2, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Events for June 3, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

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LA VOIX FRANÇAISE

Friday, June 3, 2022: “La Voix Française”

Smith Opera House, 7:30 pm

Eliot Heaton, Geoffrey Herd, violin; Eric Wong, viola; Clive Greensmith, Max Geissler, cello; Esther Park, piano

 

Say “bon voyage,” and join GMF artists for a trip to France as we explore the birth of a distinct French musical voice at the turn of the century. From the shimmering, languid modulations of Fauré’s Piano Quartet No. 1 to Ravel’s incorporation of Basque dance rhythms in his Piano Trio, new approaches to harmony, timbre, and other musical elements give tonight’s music an entirely unique sensibility.

 

GABRIEL FAURÉ: Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op.15
MAURICE RAVEL: Trio in A minor
NADIA BOULANGER: Three Pieces for cello and piano
CLAUDE DEBUSSY: String Quartet

 

All programs subject to change.

Go to GenevaMusicFestival.com for event details and tickets. 
Individual concert tickets: $30 adult; $10 college student with ID;  FREE through Grade 12. 
Adult Season Pass (8 concerts): $200

Grieve's Brewery at GCV&M
History on Tap

Join us on Friday, June 3, for a happy hour like no other, set in the beautiful Historic Village! 🍺

Sample local craft beers, wines, and ciders – including GCV&M’s own historical brews! Live music, food, and after-hours access to the Museum all make for a fun and unique night out with friends.

Reservations are required. This event is for adults ages 21+ (no infants/small children allowed). Please bring a valid form of ID, as it will be checked at the door.

Tickets are not yet available for this event - please save the date and check back in the coming months!

Learn more and see the growing list of participating vendors: https://www.gcv.org/events/history-on-tap/

Events for June 4, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Fairport Canal Days 2022
Fairport Canal Days
Fairport Canal Days is one of the most popular arts festivals in the Northeast, attracting close to 200,000 visitors on the first weekend of June every year. The festival features over 200 artisans, as well as a variety of music venues, food items, and booths by Fairport Perinton Merchants Association members who sponsor the event. The Canal Days festival began in the mid 1970s, growing exponentially over the years, but always remaining a family-friendly event with something for everyone.
 
Located on the historic Erie Canal, Fairport is a village filled with charm and character. Having received its name in the early 1800’s from a traveler who declared it a “fair port”, it remains a showcase stop for boaters to this day. Fairport’s “front porch friendly” streets echo its past with beautiful Victorian homes and historic buildings, blended with modern facilities and parks.
 
The first word that comes to mind for many when describing Fairport is “community”. Fairport Canal Days is the epitome of this word, a volunteer run event that welcomes you to be part of our community.
High Country Band Live at The Windmill

Listen to the Bluegrass sounds of High-Country Band. While you are here, try some delicious food and enjoy great shopping.

Events for June 5, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Fairport Canal Days 2022
Fairport Canal Days
Fairport Canal Days is one of the most popular arts festivals in the Northeast, attracting close to 200,000 visitors on the first weekend of June every year. The festival features over 200 artisans, as well as a variety of music venues, food items, and booths by Fairport Perinton Merchants Association members who sponsor the event. The Canal Days festival began in the mid 1970s, growing exponentially over the years, but always remaining a family-friendly event with something for everyone.
 
Located on the historic Erie Canal, Fairport is a village filled with charm and character. Having received its name in the early 1800’s from a traveler who declared it a “fair port”, it remains a showcase stop for boaters to this day. Fairport’s “front porch friendly” streets echo its past with beautiful Victorian homes and historic buildings, blended with modern facilities and parks.
 
The first word that comes to mind for many when describing Fairport is “community”. Fairport Canal Days is the epitome of this word, a volunteer run event that welcomes you to be part of our community.
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JEFF HAMILTON TRIO

Sunday, June 5, 2022: Jeff Hamilton Trio
Smith Opera House, 2 pm
Jeff Hamilton, drums; Jon Hamar, bass; Tamir Hendelman, piano

Originality is what drummer Jeff Hamilton brings to the groups he performs with and is one of the reasons why he is constantly in demand. The Jeff Hamilton Trio sets the standard of what a versatile, yet hard-swinging trio brings to each performance. We’re thrilled to bring Hamilton’s unique voice in Jazz to Geneva this summer.

 

All programs subject to change.

 

Go to GenevaMusicFestival.com for event details and tickets. 
Individual concert tickets: $30 adult; $10 college student with ID;  FREE through Grade 12. 
Adult Season Pass (8 concerts): $200

Events for June 6, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Events for June 7, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Events for June 8, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

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FREE Live Music Wednesday Nights at Ventosa 5-8pm

Wednesday's live music at Ventosa is back from 6-9pm with a BOGO happy hour from 5-6pm! Cafe Toscana serving until 8pm. Call to reserve your table on our terrace as it fills up quickly (315)719-0000 (leave a message if no answer). See our website for artist line-up: VentosaVineyards.com/livemusic

Events for June 9, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Karime Castillo Headshot
David Whitehouse Research Scholar Lecture | Karime Castillo

Archaeologist Karime Castillo will be participating in the David Whitehouse Research Residency for Scholars program from May 31 through June 19.  Please join us for a lunchtime lecture presented by Karime on June 9 at 12:00 pm in the Seminar Room of the Rakow Research Library. 

During her residency at the Rakow Research Library, Castillo will focus on the study of European glass produced between the sixteenth and early nineteenth centuries to investigate the global trends that influenced both glass production and the demands of the consumer in New Spain.

Free and open to the public; no reservations required.

Shelly Muzylowski Allen Blowing Glass
Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration | Shelley Muzylowski Allen

Watch Studio artist instructor and glass sculptor Shelley Muzylowski Allen demonstrate in the Amphitheater Hot Shop, assisted by her students.

How to Join and Connect Live

Watch this live-streamed demo on Thursday, June 9 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.

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MONTROSE TRIO

Thursday, June 9, 2022: Montrose Trio
Smith Opera House, 7:30 pm
Jon Kimura Parker, piano; Martin Beaver, violin; Clive Greensmith, cello

 

Formed in 2013, the Montrose Trio is a collaboration stemming from a long and fruitful relationship between pianist Jon Kimura Parker and the now-disbanded Tokyo String Quartet. Mr. Parker was the quartet’s final guest pianist, and a backstage conversation with first violinist Martin Beaver and cellist Clive Greensmith led to the Montrose Trio’s creation. The Trio quickly established a reputation for performances of the highest distinction– “absolutely top-notch music-making, as fine as one could ever expect to hear.” (The Washington Post)


FRANZ SCHUBERT: Piano Trio No. 1 in B-Flat Major, D. 898
FELIX MENDELSSOHN: Piano Trio No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 66

 

All programs subject to change.

Go to GenevaMusicFestival.com for event details and tickets. 
Individual concert tickets: $30 adult; $10 college student with ID;  FREE through Grade 12. 
Adult Season Pass (8 concerts): $200

Events for June 10, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Events for June 11, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Comedy with Sky Sands
Comedy with Sky Sands

Special guest Sky Sands is joining us on 6/11/22 for a special night of drinks, food and laughs. Mixing magic, audience participation, impressions and fast paced improvisation one would not call what Sky does a “show”, but rather “a unique experience.” Sky entertains nationally, as well as abroad, headlining comedy clubs, colleges, corporate events, cruise ships, charity fundraising events and has been featured on Cinemax & Showtime Networks, VH-1 and MSNBC, as well as highlighted on America’s Funniest People.

Sky has been voted “Rochester’s Favorite Comedian” 7 times by The Rochester Democrat and Chronice's readers’ poll, Rochester City magazine’s “Best of Rochester” poll, and Freetime magazine’s entertainment poll. We are so excited to host him at Abandon!

The brewery will stay open after hours to host this event in our open-air pavilion. Limited tickets available, so get yours now before they sell out! Your $20 ticket comes with a drink chip to use on a drink of our choice. We will also have our wood-fired pizza and other food available! Be sure to dress appropriately, as this event is outside (though is covered).

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FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA

Saturday, June 11th: “From Sea to Shining Sea”
Smith Opera House, 7:30 pm
Geoffrey Herd, Grace Park, violin; Ettore Cause, viola; Hannah Collins, Clive Greensmith, cello; Jon Kimura Parker, piano

 

Jon Kimura Parker and Clive Greensmith join GMF musicians Ettore Causa, Hannah Collins, and Geoffrey Herd to explore trends that shaped American music and culture. From the groovy virtuosity of Chick Correa’s “Got a Match,” to Barber’s emotionally cathartic Molto adagio, to Florence Price’s spiritual-infused Piano Quintet in E minor, this concert is a sonic panorama of the country’s musical traditions. Antonin Dvořák’s own incorporation of Bohemian folk music (exemplified in his Piano Quartet in E-flat Major) serves as an example for American composers in search of a national sound.

 

FLORENCE PRICE: Piano Quintet in E Minor
CHICK COREA: “Got a Match?” 
WILLIAM GRANT STILL: Danzas de Panama 
SAMUEL BARBER: String Quartet, Op. 11
ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK: Piano Quartet No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Op. 87

All programs subject to change.

Go to GenevaMusicFestival.com for event details and tickets. 
Individual concert tickets: $30 adult; $10 college student with ID;  FREE through Grade 12. 
Adult Season Pass (8 concerts): $200

 

Windmill Literary Event
Windmill Literary Event presented by FLARE (Finger Lakes Authors Experience)

Join us for our first literary event featuring local authors and presented by FLARE (Finger Lakes Authors Experience) Meet the authors, sit in on readings, and bring the kids to check out the children’s books and kid’s activities! The authors will be in one convenient location. While you are here, enjoys delicious food and great shopping. Jackson Cavalier will perform from 12:00 to 2:00. Caricature artist Devon Rose will be recreating your image also from 12:00 to 2:00

Jackson Cavalier
Jackson Cavalier Live at The Windmill

Come enjoy the gritty sounds of Jackson Cavalier! While you are here, enjoy great shopping and delicious food.

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Celtic Faire

Join us for the annual Celtic Faire at GCV&M! 🇮🇪

Bagpipes, Highland games, Irish dancing, traditional foods - explore a variety of pan-Celtic traditions! From the Scottish Highlands, Emerald Isles, and rugged Welsh coastline to the Genesee Valley, Celtic traditions and roots run deep. Explore this rich culture at our pan-Celtic celebration of heritage music, dance, and authentic food and drink. Shop specialty vendors, see artisan demos, watch exciting Highland games, explore the Historic Village, find out about your family history at the clan booths, explore tartans in the John L. Wehle Gallery, and so much more. This event is sponsored by Brach Machine Inc.

Learn more: https://www.gcv.org/events/celtic-faire/

Events for June 12, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

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Celtic Faire

Join us for the annual Celtic Faire at GCV&M! 🇮🇪

Bagpipes, Highland games, Irish dancing, traditional foods - explore a variety of pan-Celtic traditions! From the Scottish Highlands, Emerald Isles, and rugged Welsh coastline to the Genesee Valley, Celtic traditions and roots run deep. Explore this rich culture at our pan-Celtic celebration of heritage music, dance, and authentic food and drink. Shop specialty vendors, see artisan demos, watch exciting Highland games, explore the Historic Village, find out about your family history at the clan booths, explore tartans in the John L. Wehle Gallery, and so much more. This event is sponsored by Brach Machine Inc.

Learn more: https://www.gcv.org/events/celtic-faire/

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The Aaron Lipp and Ric Robertson Band

Sunday, June 12: The Aaron Lipp and Ric Robertson Band
Geneva On The Lake, 2:00 pm

 

Join us for an afternoon of folk, rock and roll, and other American roots music with singer-songwriters Aaron Lipp and Ric Robertson. 

 

All programs subject to change.

Go to GenevaMusicFestival.com for event details and tickets. 
Individual concert tickets: $30 adult; $10 college student with ID;  FREE through Grade 12. 
Adult Season Pass (8 concerts): $200

 

 
A mid-day cocktail hour on the Veranda with music, food, wine tasting & local craft beverages.
The Garden Party

June 12th

10am – 1pm

The Garden Party

A mid-day cocktail hour on the Veranda with music, food, wine tasting & local craft beverages.

Tickets must be pre-purchased online

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

Admission $35/Members     |     $40/Non-members     |     Pre-sale Online (online sales through June 10th)

Events for June 13, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Events for June 14, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 15, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

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FREE Live Music Wednesday Nights at Ventosa 5-8pm

Wednesday's live music at Ventosa is back from 6-9pm with a BOGO happy hour from 5-6pm! Cafe Toscana serving until 8pm. Call to reserve your table on our terrace as it fills up quickly (315)719-0000 (leave a message if no answer). See our website for artist line-up: VentosaVineyards.com/livemusic

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Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration | Mathieu Grodet

Watch artist instructor Mathieu Grodet demonstrate for his class at The Studio. Grodet's class focuses on European medieval glass, using techniques from the Germanic areas in the Roemer and Noppenbeaker styles to create original glass sculptures inspired by the past.

How to Join and Connect Live

Watch this live-streamed demo on Wednesday, June 15 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.

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 16, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 17, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

Juneteenth in Harriet Tubman's chosen Hometown
Harriet Tubman's Juneteenth celebration

Join us for a weekend long Juneteenth Celebration to commemorate Black and African American freedom and achievements June 16-19, 2022.

Juneteenth marks the end of slavery in the United States. The celebration began on June 19, 1865, which became known as Juneteenth, when Major General Gordon Granger of the Union Army arrived in Galveston, Texas to deliver the final execution of the Emancipation Proclamation. 

For all of us here in Auburn, NY, Juneteenth goes just a little deeper. As the chosen home of Harriet Tubman, the spirit of Juneteenth is alive. It not only commemorates the emancipation of African Americans in the United States, but also celebrates their achievements in history and the fight for a stronger, brighter and fairer future. While in Auburn keep Harriet Tubman’s strength and spirit in mind as you visit the many sites that commemorate her life and fight for freedom. Make sure and stop by her gravesite at Fort Hill Cemetery to leave a little memento in her honor.

Food Truck: Sabores de Oaxaca
Food Truck: Sabores de Oaxaca

Join us every weekend this summer (some exclusions apply), Fri – Sun, for amazing delicious and authentic Mexican cuisine from Sabores de Oaxaca food truck. It’s rated as one of the best food trucks in the region and the deep flavors pair well with our flights. CASH ONLY.

summer sunset series performance
Summer Sunset Series

Spend an evening along the Great Meadow with great music and a great sunset. It’s a rare opportunity to enjoy the Museum grounds after-hours! Outdoor and deck seating is available or bring a chair or blanket and hang out on the Great Meadow. The Museum is picnic-friendly, and refreshments will be available in the Depot Restaurant and The Freight House Pub. 

Penn Yan Cruisin Night
Penn Yan Cruisin' Night & Block Party

Enjoy a night of strolling Main Street with classic cars, live music, food, family-friendly activities, and shopping.

Ruby Shooz will be live during the event on Jacob St.

 

Take some time and visit Lake Street Park area with the Mozaic Family Fun Zone and Duck Race.

Free to attend! Fees apply for vehicle registration. Visit www.cruisinnight.com for more information

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 18, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

Juneteenth in Harriet Tubman's chosen Hometown
Harriet Tubman's Juneteenth celebration

Join us for a weekend long Juneteenth Celebration to commemorate Black and African American freedom and achievements June 16-19, 2022.

Juneteenth marks the end of slavery in the United States. The celebration began on June 19, 1865, which became known as Juneteenth, when Major General Gordon Granger of the Union Army arrived in Galveston, Texas to deliver the final execution of the Emancipation Proclamation. 

For all of us here in Auburn, NY, Juneteenth goes just a little deeper. As the chosen home of Harriet Tubman, the spirit of Juneteenth is alive. It not only commemorates the emancipation of African Americans in the United States, but also celebrates their achievements in history and the fight for a stronger, brighter and fairer future. While in Auburn keep Harriet Tubman’s strength and spirit in mind as you visit the many sites that commemorate her life and fight for freedom. Make sure and stop by her gravesite at Fort Hill Cemetery to leave a little memento in her honor.

Juneteenth celebration at GCV&M
Honoring Juneteenth

Celebrating Freedom’s Ring as we honor Juneteenth on Saturday, June 18! 

Join us as we Honor Juneteenth, considered the oldest celebration of the end of enslavement in the United States – and an official state holiday here in New York! We will spotlight the events, experiences, and people fundamental to our collective understanding and appreciation of freedom. The holiday is inspired by events that occurred on June 19, 1865, when Union troops brought the message of emancipation and the end of the Civil War to over 250,000 enslaved persons in Texas – more than two years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. These messengers of freedom were met with shock and jubilation.

Learn more: https://www.gcv.org/events/honoring-juneteenth/

Mendon Music Festival
Mendon Music Festival

The Mendon Music Festival sponsored by 20 Deep Winery and Mendon 64.  Live music, food and drinks. Headlined by the Zac Brown Tribute Band and music by Old Souls Band and Rugburn.   Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the gate or on presale at the Cottage Hotel of Mendon.

Howland Farm Musuem
HOWLAND FARM MUSEUM

Good-bye Hollywood!

To celebrate the transition from Owner, Jodi Baldwin's previous career as a Wardrobe Supervisor in the film and television industry, to full time immersion in the creation of her life long dream, this year's fundraiser theme is:

"Good-bye Hollywood!"

View the exhibit, "Wardrobe Supervisor: Behind the Scenes", which displays clothing from Jodi's "supervisor kit" which was worn by famous actors and actresses! Scripts, props and other paraphernalia from her career will also be on display, located in the first floor of the Main House!

Enjoy live music by Sue Alexander & Bob Nodzo, and play the "Guess the movie" game for certain popular songs that were featured in major movies!

Create memories at the Red Carpet photo setup! Suggested party attire is anything Hollywood related: Golden Age glamor, Red Carpet black tie, your favorite actor or movie/tv character, or dress as one of the dedicated crew members who work their butts off behind the scenes, lol! Tag @howlandfarmmuseum in your posts!!

Don't miss out on fresh, hot air popped popcorn, with a variety of toppings at the Popcorn Station!

Light fare and refreshments will also be available!

 

As well as information about Howland Farm Museum and opportunities to ask creator Jodi Baldwin any questions in person!

Seneca Jam Live at the Windmill

Come out, listen and dance to the Classic Rock sounds of Seneca Jam! 

cheers in the vineyard
Summer Solstice Celebration at Hosmer Winery

Come kick off summer with Hosmer Winery's go-to summer wines! Our Summer Solstice Celebration is all about sunshine, wine and a good time. Enjoy live music from Acoustic Brew and food. Our lawn games will be out for more fun and entertainment. Come join Hosmer Winery to ring in summer in style! This event is free admission and all are welcome!

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 19, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

Juneteenth in Harriet Tubman's chosen Hometown
Harriet Tubman's Juneteenth celebration

Join us for a weekend long Juneteenth Celebration to commemorate Black and African American freedom and achievements June 16-19, 2022.

Juneteenth marks the end of slavery in the United States. The celebration began on June 19, 1865, which became known as Juneteenth, when Major General Gordon Granger of the Union Army arrived in Galveston, Texas to deliver the final execution of the Emancipation Proclamation. 

For all of us here in Auburn, NY, Juneteenth goes just a little deeper. As the chosen home of Harriet Tubman, the spirit of Juneteenth is alive. It not only commemorates the emancipation of African Americans in the United States, but also celebrates their achievements in history and the fight for a stronger, brighter and fairer future. While in Auburn keep Harriet Tubman’s strength and spirit in mind as you visit the many sites that commemorate her life and fight for freedom. Make sure and stop by her gravesite at Fort Hill Cemetery to leave a little memento in her honor.

Celebrate Dad with classic cars!  Food, flowers & fun for the whole family.
Father’s Day Car Show

June 19th

11am – 4:30pm

Father’s Day Car Show

Celebrate Dad with classic cars!  Food, flowers & fun for the whole family.

Sign up online to show off your wheels! ($10.00 for carload of 4 people or less)

~~OR~~

Purchase tickets online to bring Dad to the park!

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

Regular Admission Pricing     |     Pre-sale Online (online sales through June 17th, after this date you can purchase tickets at the Admissions Booth the day of the show)

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 20, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 21, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 22, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

sunset with text
FREE Live Music Wednesday Nights at Ventosa 5-8pm

Wednesday's live music at Ventosa is back from 6-9pm with a BOGO happy hour from 5-6pm! Cafe Toscana serving until 8pm. Call to reserve your table on our terrace as it fills up quickly (315)719-0000 (leave a message if no answer). See our website for artist line-up: VentosaVineyards.com/livemusic

Glass
Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration | Ed Branson

Watch artist instructor Ed Branson demonstrate for his class at The Studio. Branson's class is all about glassworking that embraces risk, experimentation, mistakes, teamwork, and fun.

How to Join and Connect Live

Watch this live-streamed demo on Wednesday, June 22 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.

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 23, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

GillMuir Girls
GillMuir Girls

GillMuir Girls is an acoustic duo from Watkins Glen, NY. Made up of Alex Gill and Scott Muir, they provide a great selection of songs ranging from 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, country, rock, pop, and alternative! All the tunes you forgot you knew you loved!  Come join us for some lake side live music every Thursday this summer at Sapalta.

Come enjoy an afternoon at the flower show walking through design and horticulture exhibits.
NGC Standard Flower Show

June 23rd

12:30pm – 4:30pm

NGC Standard Flower Show

“Welcome to the Farm, Celebrating New York State Agriculture”, presented by the 7th District Federated Garden Clubs of NYS.  Come enjoy an afternoon at the flower show walking through design and horticulture exhibits.

Tickets available online & at admissions

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

Admission $10.00     |     Pre-sale Online (online sales through June 21st , after this date you can purchase tickets at the Admissions Booth)

Dr. Karlyn Sutherland
Connected By Glass | Dr. Karlyn Sutherland

The Corning Museum of Glass is pleased to welcome the public to a Connected by Glass lecture presented by Scottish artist, architect, and Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Karlyn Sutherland.  

In this lecture, Karlyn will discuss her work, including her yearlong Fulbright research residency hosted at The Studio and her current solo exhibition at Heller Gallery in New York. Central to Dr. Sutherland’s practice is a long-standing interest in architectural atmospheres and the bond between people and place. Her work uses perspective drawing and optical illusions as tools to contemplate and communicate feelings of detachment from place through suggesting spatial experiences that are inaccessible and unreachable. 

The Members reception will take place at 5:30 pm-6:20 pm in the Admissions Lobby. 

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 24, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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!

Live music at Buttonwood Grove Winery
Live Music at Buttonwood Grove

Live music every weekend, all summer long! 

Come enjoy your Friday night with us, sipping on Finger Lakes' finest wines and enjoy live performances by some of central New York's greatest performers.

This week's performer is Bad Alibi

COMING SOON!!! - New this season, our own Buttonwood Grove food truck featuring housemade sandwiches, salads, and sides.

Our events are Family friendly with no cover charge. No outside alcohol can be brought onto the premises. 

 

Click here to see a full list of dates and performers

People sitting in chairs in the yard watching live music performers.
Live Music at Buttonwood Grove Winery Featuring Bad Alibi

Live music every weekend, all summer long! 

Come enjoy your Friday night with us, sipping on Finger Lakes' finest wines, and enjoy live performances by some of central New York’s greatest performers. Bad Alibi will be performing some of the best in 70's and 80's classic rock! 

Our events are Family friendly with no cover charge. No outside alcohol can be brought onto the premises. 

Click here to see a full listing of dates and performers.

little girl looking at fireflies in a jar
Firefly Fridays

Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, glowworms, or members of the Lampyridae family, are magical little creatures. Come join us to learn more about them and their powers of bioluminescence, right in their natural habitat. Bring your family for a guided evening hike across our Oatka Creek meadow, behind the scenes of the Museum. 

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 25, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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 girl looking at fireflies in a jar
Firefly Fridays

Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, glowworms, or members of the Lampyridae family, are magical little creatures. Come join us to learn more about them and their powers of bioluminescence, right in their natural habitat. Bring your family for a guided evening hike across our Oatka Creek meadow, behind the scenes of the Museum. 

woman carving wood
Shorebird Carving Class

Join instructor Chris Kieber for an introductory woodcarving class for adults and learn how to carve a realistic shorebird, much like the decorative decoys featured in our newest exhibit, Duck, Duck, Shoot! The Story of American Waterbirds. This class will include a short curatorial lecture on real shorebird decoys featured in the exhibit. Participants should plan to bring a pair of cut-resistant gloves and a basic wood carving knife.

Family Day: Celebrating Six-Legged Science

Get ready to bug out! In celebration of the new Six-Legged Science exhibit and International Insect Week, bring the family and join us for an insect-themed family day, hosted by PRI, with special events at the Museum of the Earth and Cayuga Nature Center on Saturday, June 25! 

All activities are free with Museum admission on Family Day.

Saturday, June 25, 2022

10am-1pm: Insect Crafts & Activities

Visit the Six-Legged Science exhibit and see the beautiful insects on display. In the classroom there will be fun buggy activities and crafts!

10am: Tour the Six-Legged Science Exhibit with Dr. Corrie Moreau

Dr. Corrie Moreau, professor and curator of the Cornell University Insect Collection, will give a tour of the new Six-Legged Science exhibit at the Museum, and answer your insect questions!

11am: Insect Story Time!

Hear a story about insects surrounded by the Six-Legged Science exhibit of pinned and live insects.

12pm: Tour the Six-Legged Science Exhibit with Dr. Corrie Moreau

Dr. Corrie Moreau, professor and curator of the Cornell University Insect Collection, will give a tour of the new Six-Legged Science exhibit at the Museum, and answer your insect questions!

1pm: Bug Hunt at the Cayuga Nature Center!

Go for a bug hunt and explore the grounds with PRI’s own entomologist, Brian Gollands, and see what you can find! Which insects are easy to find, and which may be more elusive? Plus, learn how to collect bugs on your own!

3pm: The Comstocks of Cornell talk and book signing

Join Karen Penders St. Clair, an independent researcher with particular interests in horticulture, plant science, natural history, and textile history, for a discussion of the book,The Comstocks of Cornell, written by naturalist educator, Anna Botsford Comstock, and edited by Penders St. Clair. Described as serious legacy work, this book is an essential part of the history of both Cornell University and its press. View in bookstore.

Learn more: https://www.priweb.org/event/family-day-2022

Orchestra members play their instruments in a wooded setting.
Orchestra in the Pines

Sway in sync with the majestic red pines as the Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra performs a selection of pops and light classical music. The natural atmosphere of the forest is the perfect backdrop for this family-friendly event. Refreshments will be available starting at 1pm, including wine and beer for purchase and complimentary refreshments. Children and adults alike are invited to meet the orchestra (and their instruments!) prior to the concert start at 3pm. Attendees are welcome to arrive earlier for a hike and to bring their own picnic lunch to make it a day-long outing.

If this event is cancelled due to inclement weather, the rain date will be Sunday, June 26 from 1-5pm.


SCHEDULE

1:00pm | Refreshments
Enjoy refreshments from 1-5pm, including wine and beer for purchase and complimentary snacks

2:00pm | Meet the Orchestra & Instrument Petting Zoo
Before the concert begins, get the special, behind-the-scenes opportunity to see the instruments up close and ask the musicians their questions—this is great for kids!

3:00pm | Concert Begins
The Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra will perform a selection of pops and light classical music. Past performances have included pieces such as: Selections from the Wizard of Oz (Arlen, arr. Sayre), The Blue Danube (Strauss), English Folk Suite (V. Williams), and Stars and Stripes Forever (Sousa). Final program details for the 2022 concert will be posted soon!


TICKETS 

Tickets are general admission. Advanced purchase is highly recommended. We will have 125 chairs available for first-comers, with additional space for lawn chairs and blankets. The acoustics are tremendous in the pines, so rest assured there isn't a bad seat in the house!

Adults | $20 for members/$25 for the general public
Children (12 & under)* | $10 for members/$12 for the general public

Group of people sitting in chairs watching the band play music
Live Music at Buttonwood Grove Winery Featuring Mario Angello

Enjoy a Saturday afternoon of live music while sipping on some of Finger Lakes’ finest wine and enjoying delicious cuisine from our food truck! 

Our events are family-friendly with no cover charge. No outside alcohol can be brought onto the premises. 

Click here to see a full listing of dates and performers.

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 26, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

Heartbeat of America Logo
Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country at Bristol Valley Theater

From the mountains of the Appalachia to the glittering honky tonks of Nashville, country music is a soundtrack as unique and varied as the nation that created it. From Hank to Loretta. From Charlie to Patsy. From Dolly and Porter to Johnny and June. One evening can't begin to touch on all the classic songs and artists of country music...but we're gonna try!

 

Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country plays from June 16th to June 26th. 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 girl looking at fireflies in a jar
Firefly Fridays

Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, glowworms, or members of the Lampyridae family, are magical little creatures. Come join us to learn more about them and their powers of bioluminescence, right in their natural habitat. Bring your family for a guided evening hike across our Oatka Creek meadow, behind the scenes of the Museum. 

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 27, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

little girl looking at fireflies in a jar
Firefly Fridays

Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, glowworms, or members of the Lampyridae family, are magical little creatures. Come join us to learn more about them and their powers of bioluminescence, right in their natural habitat. Bring your family for a guided evening hike across our Oatka Creek meadow, behind the scenes of the Museum. 

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 28, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

little girl looking at fireflies in a jar
Firefly Fridays

Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, glowworms, or members of the Lampyridae family, are magical little creatures. Come join us to learn more about them and their powers of bioluminescence, right in their natural habitat. Bring your family for a guided evening hike across our Oatka Creek meadow, behind the scenes of the Museum. 

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 29, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

little girl looking at fireflies in a jar
Firefly Fridays

Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, glowworms, or members of the Lampyridae family, are magical little creatures. Come join us to learn more about them and their powers of bioluminescence, right in their natural habitat. Bring your family for a guided evening hike across our Oatka Creek meadow, behind the scenes of the Museum. 

flowering tree in front of building
History in the Garden (Members Only)

Calling all GCV&M Members - join us on Wednesday, June 29, at 11 a.m. for History in the Garden! Spend an hour with us learning about our gardens and the floras that grow around our Historic Village. Plus, enjoy a special shopping day – receive 25% off in the Flint Hill Store!

sunset with text
FREE Live Music Wednesday Nights at Ventosa 5-8pm

Wednesday's live music at Ventosa is back from 6-9pm with a BOGO happy hour from 5-6pm! Cafe Toscana serving until 8pm. Call to reserve your table on our terrace as it fills up quickly (315)719-0000 (leave a message if no answer). See our website for artist line-up: VentosaVineyards.com/livemusic

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

Events for June 30, 2022 x
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.

Pride Flag
Celebrate Pride Month at the Museum

All month long, the Pride flag will fly over the Museum as a physical reminder that all people are welcome, safe, and valued at the Museum. Celebrate Pride with fun activities at the Museum and in our local community.

Redeem Your Pride Fan for Free Admission June 4–12, 2022
Continue your Pride celebration at The Corning Museum of Glass and The Rockwell Museum! We'll be handing out Pride fans at Corning Pride's car parade on June 4. Present your fan at admissions at CMoG or at The Rockwell to receive one-time free admissions at both museums through June 12, 2022.

Don't forget: Kids and teens 17 and under always receive free admission to
 

Make Your Own Rainbow Glass
In celebration of Pride Month, use our special Pride rainbow mix to color your Make Your Own Glass blowing projects. Show your pride with this colorful selection.

Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Self-Guided Pride Tour
Take a Pride Self-Guided Tour through the galleries, and explore the long history of queerness and Pride-inspired interpretations of historical and contemporary glass.

Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass
Our newest exhibition, Past | Present: Expanding the Stories of Glass, explores many themes, including encoded messages on goblets relating to same-gender love. Become part of the conversation by visiting this exhibition.

little girl looking at fireflies in a jar
Firefly Fridays

Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, glowworms, or members of the Lampyridae family, are magical little creatures. Come join us to learn more about them and their powers of bioluminescence, right in their natural habitat. Bring your family for a guided evening hike across our Oatka Creek meadow, behind the scenes of the Museum. 

Glass
Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration | Michael Schunke & Josie Gluck

Watch artists and co-instructors Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck demonstrate for their class at The Studio. Their class focuses on color chemistry and goblet making.

How to Join and Connect Live

Watch this live-streamed demo on Thursday, June 30 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.

Cowboy Versus Samurai Logo
Cowboy Versus Samurai at Bristol Valley Theater

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. But Veronica, who has only ever dated white guys, is smitten with Travis's dimwitted cowboy friend Del. Travis agrees to help Del find the right words to win Veronica's affection, but in the process all three discover what they are really looking for in their search for love.

 

Cowboy Versus Samurai plays June 30 - July 10. 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!

Hot Glass
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, July 14 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.

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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
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Wednesday's live music at Ventosa is back from 6-9pm with a BOGO happy hour from 5-6pm! Cafe Toscana serving until 8pm.
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