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Finger Lakes Events Calendar

Festivals, Happy Hour, Live Music, Theatre, and More!

It doesn’t matter what your interests are or who you’re in the Finger Lakes with, you can always find a great event to enrich your time in the region with those you care about. 

Events take place all year round in the Finger Lakes region. From lakeside (and on the lake) events in the summer to harvest activities in the fall, snowmobiling or snowshoeing in the winter, and festivals in the springtime! Step inside a glassmaker’s studio to blow your own glass, stroll Main Street on a food tour, or gather for live music and theater performances. Browse the list of Finger Lakes events below or search the specific dates you will be visiting to see everything going on in the region.

Great Events that Happen Every Year

Below, you will find dozens of great events happening throughout the year with many of them happening annually. If you have memories of favorite annual Finger Lakes events from childhood such as cardboard boat regattas, hot air balloon festivals, cheese, apple or pumpkin festivals, to name a few, it’s likely that event that still takes place or, has likely improved your enjoyment. If you see a special event that piques your interest but can’t make it, click on the event anyway, it might be coming back next year!

Events Added Daily

Make sure to check back frequently to see if any other great events have been added. Events are added daily by businesses from every sector and interest so if there is nothing that sparks your interest now, there very well could be soon!
 

**Public Notice**

Please be sure to contact event venues directly for details regarding scheduling changes. These events are all subject to change or be cancelled at the discretion and direction of the event organizers or business hosting the event. Please be sure to contact the event organizers or venue directly to confirm times and details. The Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance provides this information as posted by partner businesses and does not endorse or sponsor any listed event. 

 

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Events for January 1, 2023 x
Gingerbread House
George Eastman Sweet Creations Annual Gingerbread Display

Sweet Creations Annual Gingerbread Display

Through January 1, 2023

PLUS:

  • Festive Decor
  • Holiday Films
  • Online Auctions

 

eastman.org

RMSC Museum & Science Center: Winter Break: Snowed In!

Celebrate winter break at the RMSC! Join us for a week long lineup of hands-on STEM fun and experiences to bring your students winter fun while staying warm.

WINTER THEMED PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES:

  • Monday, December 26th Kick Off: Winter Animal Scavenger Hunt: Find and track some winter animals throughout the museum. Visit all the animals to collect a prize!
  • Winter Mammal Exploration: Explore hands on animal artifacts. Discover what you can learn from following animal tracks, then make, test, and take your very own winter mammal tracks home!
  • Inventor Center Challenge–Robot Snow Plows: Build, test, and tinker with robotic snow plows to try your hand at clearing all the snow covered streets in town.
  • RMSC Weather Station: Learn about and recreate various winter weather systems: witness a snowstorm in a jar, create a cloud in a bottle, and more!
  • Noon Years Celebration (Dec. 31 & Jan. 1): Celebrate new years around the world with your littlest ones! Collect an RMSC passport and travel the globe to learn about new year traditions from around the world! Make frozen bubbles, learn about the upcoming Solar Eclipse, and more!
  • Microscope Station: Take a close look at winter objects using microscopes!
  • And more!

ABOUT THE EVENT

  • Museum & Science Center
  • December 26–January 1
  • 11am–3pm, every day

PRICING

Tickets are included with general admission! 

Follow the link below to purchase admission for the days you plan to visit.

PURCHASE ADMISSION

Frozen Taughannock Falls
"Frozen Lakes and Waterfalls"

Walk in the Park is a free, non-commercial, half-hour, public access TV series featuring parks and sights around the Finger Lakes region. It is produced for the public by Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance. 

In this era of climate disequilibrium, we still have gotten some cold winters. That was the case in 2014, when this encore episode (68) was recorded. Ice abounded from the Great Lakes to the Finger Lakes to the big waterfalls around Ithaca, NY. We explore these wonders from space, from the sky, and from the ground. Niagara Falls, Chimney Bluffs, Cayuga Lake, Taughannock Falls State Park, Ithaca Falls, Buttermilk Falls State Park, and Lucifer Falls in Robert H. Treman State Park, all near Ithaca. Why has our winter been so cold? Why don’t Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake normally freeze over while the other nine Finger Lakes do freeze? See big waterfalls trapped in ice. Many thanks for photographs from NASA, Steve Knapp of Keukaview Photography and the Penn Yan Flying Club, Bill Hecht,  Photography 4d, and Nigel Peter Benson Kent. This episode 68 was recorded March 12, 2014

Celebrate NYE in style at Glenora Wine Cellars!

Looking for an intimate way to celebrate the coming of a new year? With packages beginning at $319 (based on room type), you can ring in the New Year in comfort AND class.

Overnight Stay Includes:

A Bottle of Glenora sparkling wine

$50 Gift Card for Veraisons Restaurant

Hot Breakfast Buffet on New Years Day

Late Check-out for a leisurely morning

 

Already have midnight plans?

Join us for dinner before you head to your NYE celebrations! Veraisons Restaurant is open for reservations 5-9 pm.

Celebrate NYE in style at Glenora Wine Cellars!

Looking for an intimate way to celebrate the coming of a new year? With packages beginning at $319 (based on room type), you can ring in the New Year in comfort AND class.

Overnight Stay Includes:

A Bottle of Glenora sparkling wine

$50 Gift Card for Veraisons Restaurant

Hot Breakfast Buffet on New Years Day

Late Check-out for a leisurely morning

 

Already have midnight plans?

Join us for dinner before you head to your NYE celebrations! Veraisons Restaurant is open for reservations 5-9 pm.

Celebrate NYE in style at Glenora Wine Cellars!

Looking for an intimate way to celebrate the coming of a new year? With packages beginning at $319 (based on room type), you can ring in the New Year in comfort AND class.

Overnight Stay Includes:

A Bottle of Glenora sparkling wine

$50 Gift Card for Veraisons Restaurant

Hot Breakfast Buffet on New Years Day

Late Check-out for a leisurely morning

Already have midnight plans? Join us for dinner before you head to your NYE celebrations! Veraisons Restaurant is open for reservations 5-9 pm.

RMSC Museum & Science Center: Winter Break: Noon Years

Got a bedtime to catch before midnight? Attend one of our Noon Years programs so that your littlest ones get to celebrate too!

Join us on New Years Eve and New Years Day to celebrate traditions practiced around the world!

PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES:

  • Noon Years Celebration (Dec. 31 & Jan. 1): Celebrate New Years around the world with your littlest ones!
  • Passports (Dec. 31 Only): Grab a passport and collect stamps from around the world by completing activities!
  • Noon Countdown (Dec. 31 Only): Join us for a countdown with a grand finale of an ending (Location TBD).
  • Frozen Bubbles (Dec. 31 Only): Freeze a moment in time making frozen bubbles.
  • A Year on Other Planets (Dec. 31 Only): How long is a year on other planets compared to our calendar year?
  • Lucky Colors: Learn what colors bring you luck into the New Year from different cultures.
  • Resolution Table: Make resolutions for your 2023.
  • Westerly Winds: Make your own weathervane to test which way the wind is blowing.
  • And more!

ABOUT THE EVENT

  • Museum & Science Center
  • December 31, 2022 – January 1, 2023
  • 11am–3pm, every day

PRICING

  • Tickets are included with general admission! 

Follow the link below to purchase admission for the days you plan to visit.

PURCHASE ADMISSION

Celebrate NYE in style at Glenora Wine Cellars!

Looking for an intimate way to celebrate the coming of a new year? With packages beginning at $319 (based on room type), you can ring in the New Year in comfort AND class.

Overnight Stay Includes:

A Bottle of Glenora sparkling wine

$50 Gift Card for Veraisons Restaurant

Hot Breakfast Buffet on New Years Day

Late Check-out for a leisurely morning

Already have midnight plans? Join us for dinner before you head to your NYE celebrations! Veraisons Restaurant is open for reservations 5-9 pm.

 

 

Celebrate NYE in style at Glenora Wine Cellars!

Looking for an intimate way to celebrate the coming of a new year? With packages beginning at $319 (based on room type), you can ring in the New Year in comfort AND class.

Overnight Stay Includes:

A Bottle of Glenora sparkling wine

$50 Gift Card for Veraisons Restaurant

Hot Breakfast Buffet on New Years Day

Late Check-out for a leisurely morning

Already have midnight plans? Join us for dinner before you head to your NYE celebrations! Veraisons Restaurant is open for reservations 5-9 pm.

 

 

Toast to 2023!
Bubbly for New Year's

The Radisson is capping off its 50th golden year of proudly serving Corning with a New Year’s Eve celebration for the ages.  Designed exclusively with couples in mind, Radisson Corning will ring in 2023 on Saturday, December 31st with dining, dancing, and the option to take a short and safe elevator ride to bed!  The $279 Bubbly for New Year’s event includes a prix fixe dinner with drinks for two at the hotel’s signature restaurant, Grill-1-2-5, dancing and live music by the Twin Tier’s finest 5-piece party band, Major Big Time, a live midnight countdown telecast from Times Square, a Champagne toast, and a cozy guestroom.  Reservations are now available by visiting Radisson Corning’s website: https://www.radisson.com/corningny (direct link to booking page here).  For the general public interested in partaking in the New Year’s Eve festivities (less the dinner and guestroom package), Radisson cordially invites them to come without booking a package and for no cover charge.  It’s time to pop the cork on a New Year full of hope and possibility with Radisson Corning as it eagerly looks forward to transitioning to a Hilton brand in 2023.  

Other holiday happenings at Radisson Corning include: 

Breakfast with Santa: Santa has breakfast reservations at the Radisson this year and all the local good girls and boys are invited!  From 9 am to 11 am on December 11th, families can join The Jolly Old Elf for a festive meal in the elegant holiday decorated dining room, where nostalgia and a bountiful feast make for fond memories and full bellies.  While the Man in the Big Red Suit takes wish lists and complimentary photos, the kitchen will roll out a lavish breakfast buffet with Christmas-themed items for the kiddos and gourmet favorites for the grown-ups.  Children six and under eat free with a paying adult.  Menu info and reservations can be obtained by calling 607-962-5000 extension 127.  

Christmas Eve Dinner: The culinary team at Radisson is giving the community an opportunity to skip stressful holiday cooking and be served instead by Corning’s finest.  Grill 1-2-5 is now taking reservations for Christmas Eve dinner, with seating times available from 5 pm to 8 pm.  The chef-driven, ala carte holiday menu includes creative appetizers, lavish meat and fish entrees, and handmade desserts.  Menu info and reservations can be obtained by calling 607-962-5000 extension 127.  
 

2023 with candles
Happy New Year From Lodging at the Gaffer Inn

Happy New Year!

With the new year fast approaching,
Lodging at the Gaffer Inn would like to wish you a Happy New Year!
As our way of saying thank you for your continued support throughout the year, we'd like to offer you $99/night when you stay with us anytime during the month of January. 
Use promo code: HAPPY2023

 

Make A Reservation

Events for January 2, 2023 x
Frozen Taughannock Falls
"Frozen Lakes and Waterfalls"

Walk in the Park is a free, non-commercial, half-hour, public access TV series featuring parks and sights around the Finger Lakes region. It is produced for the public by Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance. 

In this era of climate disequilibrium, we still have gotten some cold winters. That was the case in 2014, when this encore episode (68) was recorded. Ice abounded from the Great Lakes to the Finger Lakes to the big waterfalls around Ithaca, NY. We explore these wonders from space, from the sky, and from the ground. Niagara Falls, Chimney Bluffs, Cayuga Lake, Taughannock Falls State Park, Ithaca Falls, Buttermilk Falls State Park, and Lucifer Falls in Robert H. Treman State Park, all near Ithaca. Why has our winter been so cold? Why don’t Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake normally freeze over while the other nine Finger Lakes do freeze? See big waterfalls trapped in ice. Many thanks for photographs from NASA, Steve Knapp of Keukaview Photography and the Penn Yan Flying Club, Bill Hecht,  Photography 4d, and Nigel Peter Benson Kent. This episode 68 was recorded March 12, 2014

Events for January 3, 2023 x
Frozen Taughannock Falls
"Frozen Lakes and Waterfalls"

Walk in the Park is a free, non-commercial, half-hour, public access TV series featuring parks and sights around the Finger Lakes region. It is produced for the public by Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance. 

In this era of climate disequilibrium, we still have gotten some cold winters. That was the case in 2014, when this encore episode (68) was recorded. Ice abounded from the Great Lakes to the Finger Lakes to the big waterfalls around Ithaca, NY. We explore these wonders from space, from the sky, and from the ground. Niagara Falls, Chimney Bluffs, Cayuga Lake, Taughannock Falls State Park, Ithaca Falls, Buttermilk Falls State Park, and Lucifer Falls in Robert H. Treman State Park, all near Ithaca. Why has our winter been so cold? Why don’t Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake normally freeze over while the other nine Finger Lakes do freeze? See big waterfalls trapped in ice. Many thanks for photographs from NASA, Steve Knapp of Keukaview Photography and the Penn Yan Flying Club, Bill Hecht,  Photography 4d, and Nigel Peter Benson Kent. This episode 68 was recorded March 12, 2014

The Sops at The Corning Museum of Glass
The Shops Closed

The Shops onsite store will be closed January 3 for inventory. The Museum will be open from 9 am – 5 pm. We invite visitors to return and shop January 4 or visitors can shop online.

Events for January 4, 2023 x
Frozen Taughannock Falls
"Frozen Lakes and Waterfalls"

Walk in the Park is a free, non-commercial, half-hour, public access TV series featuring parks and sights around the Finger Lakes region. It is produced for the public by Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance. 

In this era of climate disequilibrium, we still have gotten some cold winters. That was the case in 2014, when this encore episode (68) was recorded. Ice abounded from the Great Lakes to the Finger Lakes to the big waterfalls around Ithaca, NY. We explore these wonders from space, from the sky, and from the ground. Niagara Falls, Chimney Bluffs, Cayuga Lake, Taughannock Falls State Park, Ithaca Falls, Buttermilk Falls State Park, and Lucifer Falls in Robert H. Treman State Park, all near Ithaca. Why has our winter been so cold? Why don’t Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake normally freeze over while the other nine Finger Lakes do freeze? See big waterfalls trapped in ice. Many thanks for photographs from NASA, Steve Knapp of Keukaview Photography and the Penn Yan Flying Club, Bill Hecht,  Photography 4d, and Nigel Peter Benson Kent. This episode 68 was recorded March 12, 2014

Events for January 5, 2023 x
Frozen Taughannock Falls
"Frozen Lakes and Waterfalls"

Walk in the Park is a free, non-commercial, half-hour, public access TV series featuring parks and sights around the Finger Lakes region. It is produced for the public by Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance. 

In this era of climate disequilibrium, we still have gotten some cold winters. That was the case in 2014, when this encore episode (68) was recorded. Ice abounded from the Great Lakes to the Finger Lakes to the big waterfalls around Ithaca, NY. We explore these wonders from space, from the sky, and from the ground. Niagara Falls, Chimney Bluffs, Cayuga Lake, Taughannock Falls State Park, Ithaca Falls, Buttermilk Falls State Park, and Lucifer Falls in Robert H. Treman State Park, all near Ithaca. Why has our winter been so cold? Why don’t Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake normally freeze over while the other nine Finger Lakes do freeze? See big waterfalls trapped in ice. Many thanks for photographs from NASA, Steve Knapp of Keukaview Photography and the Penn Yan Flying Club, Bill Hecht,  Photography 4d, and Nigel Peter Benson Kent. This episode 68 was recorded March 12, 2014

Events for January 6, 2023 x
Frozen Taughannock Falls
"Frozen Lakes and Waterfalls"

Walk in the Park is a free, non-commercial, half-hour, public access TV series featuring parks and sights around the Finger Lakes region. It is produced for the public by Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance. 

In this era of climate disequilibrium, we still have gotten some cold winters. That was the case in 2014, when this encore episode (68) was recorded. Ice abounded from the Great Lakes to the Finger Lakes to the big waterfalls around Ithaca, NY. We explore these wonders from space, from the sky, and from the ground. Niagara Falls, Chimney Bluffs, Cayuga Lake, Taughannock Falls State Park, Ithaca Falls, Buttermilk Falls State Park, and Lucifer Falls in Robert H. Treman State Park, all near Ithaca. Why has our winter been so cold? Why don’t Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake normally freeze over while the other nine Finger Lakes do freeze? See big waterfalls trapped in ice. Many thanks for photographs from NASA, Steve Knapp of Keukaview Photography and the Penn Yan Flying Club, Bill Hecht,  Photography 4d, and Nigel Peter Benson Kent. This episode 68 was recorded March 12, 2014

Events for January 7, 2023 x
Frozen Taughannock Falls
"Frozen Lakes and Waterfalls"

Walk in the Park is a free, non-commercial, half-hour, public access TV series featuring parks and sights around the Finger Lakes region. It is produced for the public by Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance. 

In this era of climate disequilibrium, we still have gotten some cold winters. That was the case in 2014, when this encore episode (68) was recorded. Ice abounded from the Great Lakes to the Finger Lakes to the big waterfalls around Ithaca, NY. We explore these wonders from space, from the sky, and from the ground. Niagara Falls, Chimney Bluffs, Cayuga Lake, Taughannock Falls State Park, Ithaca Falls, Buttermilk Falls State Park, and Lucifer Falls in Robert H. Treman State Park, all near Ithaca. Why has our winter been so cold? Why don’t Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake normally freeze over while the other nine Finger Lakes do freeze? See big waterfalls trapped in ice. Many thanks for photographs from NASA, Steve Knapp of Keukaview Photography and the Penn Yan Flying Club, Bill Hecht,  Photography 4d, and Nigel Peter Benson Kent. This episode 68 was recorded March 12, 2014

Events for January 8, 2023 x
Visitors skiing in Historic Village during winter nature sundays
Winter Nature Sundays

Winter is wonderful at GCV&M! 

Beginning on Sunday, January 8, and running throughout January and February of 2023, the GCV&M’s Meeting Center and Nature Trails will be open to visitors from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. for Winter Nature Sundays! 2023 Winter Nature Sundays will take place on January 8, 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12, 19, and 26. Plus, we’ll be offering Spring Nature Sundays on select dates throughout March and April – stay tuned for more information! 

Visitors can enjoy sledding on the Great Meadow, walks in the Historic Village (please note, paths may be slippery and buildings will not be open), snowshoeing in the wintery woods, cross-country skiing (please bring your own skis), warm beverages and snacks in the toasty Meeting Center, and more! Tickets for Nature Sundays can be purchased online in advance or at the door (check-in at the Meeting Center). 

Plus, thanks to support from the Rochester-Area Community Foundation, Nature Sunday on Sunday, Jan. 22, will offer FREE admission for all! 

Learn more and purchase tickets online: https://www.gcv.org/event/winter-nature-sundays/ 

 

 

Events for January 12, 2023 x
A woman is standing near a grey table, looking down at a pamphlet. Sitting at the same table is a man who is laughing at something off camera.
RMSC Museum & Science Center: Educator Open House

Join fellow educators for an evening out exploring the RMSC! Warm up with a tasty treat while networking with local educators. You’ll get access to explore the endless learning opportunities offered by the RMSC! There’s a lot to learn and we want you to leave prepared with the countless ways our programs can complement your classroom teaching.

Throughout the evening, engage in RMSC experiences that will ignite the curiosity of your students – explore exhibits, catch a live science demo, or try your hand at a variety of standards-aligned field trips activities–from animal adaptations, to the science of sound, to clean energy engineering challenges! You’ll even have the chance to plan your field trip with staff on-site to set up a reservation and answer any questions you may have.


WHAT TO EXPECT:

  • Check in at the Welcome Desk upon arrival
  • Snag some deals in the RMSC Gift Shop (Psst! Members receive 10% off)
  • Stop by the Guest Services table to talk with RMSC staff about booking field trips, buses, scholarships, and much more
  • Make a splash! Tour our brand-new permanent exhibit: Wonders of Water
  • Enjoy a snack and beverage to fuel your exploration of the RMSC
  • Learn about our outreach programs and Live Science Shows in the Bausch Auditorium
  • Check out our new Life Science Lab to discover field trip opportunities provided by the RMSC’s Cumming Nature Center in Naples
  • Hear some good vibrations as you test out our Journey of Sound field trip in the new Physical Science Lab
  • Meet some live animals and explore more field trip options in the Carlson Inquiry Room
  • Watch datasets come to life in our Science on a Sphere theater and chat with an expert presenter
  • See the singing 6’ Tesla Coils come to life in the Electricity Theater
  • Try your hand at building a windmill on Mars in our new Technology Lab
  • Network with other local educators 

ABOUT THE EVENT

  • Museum & Science Center
  • January 12, 2023
  • 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

REGISTRATION

Register ahead and you could win a class field trip!

When you register ahead of the evening, you will automatically be entered into a drawing to win a class field trip of up to 30 kids to RMSC! But remember, the winner must be present at the Open House to win.

This event is FREE for educators, but registration is required.

GET TICKETS


Register online or call 585.697.1942
All winners must be present at Open House to win.

Events for January 14, 2023 x
In the background, a woman in a bright green jacket looks over the piles of blue mega bricks. A teenage girl is also in the background holding a blue mega brick over her head. In the foreground, two young boys are putting together two blue mega bricks.
RMSC Museum & Science Center: Scouts Day Out

SCOUTS DAY OUT

Calling all Scouts! Come visit the RMSC Museum & Science Center at a reduced rate for you and your family. Enjoy all of our exhibits, the Electricity Theater, and our lab spaces with special activities just for Scouts. 

PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES:

  • 3D Print Demo: Join us in the Tech Lab to watch 3D printing in real time and learn about how it’s done
  • Mini Planetariums: Find us in the Physical Science Lab to make your own mini Planetarium to take home
  • Animal Encounter: Meet some curious creatures in the Life Science Lab
  • And more!

 

 

LOOKING FOR MORE SCOUT PROGRAMS?

EXPLORE MORE HERE


ABOUT THE EVENT

  • Museum & Science Center
  • January 14, 2023
  • 9:00am – 5:00pm

PRICING

  • Scouts:  $5
  • Scout Family Members: $5
  • RMSC Members: Free

 

GET TICKETS!

 
Events for January 15, 2023 x
Bristol Mountain Rockin' Rocket Lodge Music Series

Join the folks from Rohrbach Brewing Company at the Satellite Lounge this weekend for the second Rockin Rocket Lodge of the season. Rochester's pioneer craft brewery will be pouring tastings from 3-6pm to the sounds of Mike & Rob of Junkyardfieldtrip. 

Rockin' Rocket Lodge Music Series 
Sunday, January 15th 

3pm - 6pm

 
Events for January 19, 2023 x
Ice covered the face of Ithaca Falls
Ice Jammed Ithaca

“Ice Jammed Ithaca!” on TV and online. Watch online at will at https://walkinthepark.tv, or on Ithaca cable channel 13, Half an hour in length.

In this episode of Walk in the Park (#66, recorded January 15, 2014), we take a look at the effects of deep freeze and thaw on the rigidly channelized creeks that cross the floodplain that the city of Ithaca, NY is built on, at the south end of Cayuga Lake in New York’s Finger Lakes region.

High water in Cascadilla and Fall Creeks encountered thick sheets of ice that broke up and formed dams at street bridges. Flood waters were then forced over the banks into the Fall Creek neighborhood. City crews used long-arm excavators to try to break up some of the ice dams, while some 200 volunteers filled sand bags for affected residents. See this through photographs, aerial photography, and video. Special thanks to Hilary Lambert of the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network, Photography 4d, Bill Hecht, and Ken Christopher Hill for some of the images and footage used here.

Walk in the Park is an Ithaca, NY, non-commercial, public access TV series produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions Owlgorge.com, a partner business with the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

Events for January 20, 2023 x
Ice covered the face of Ithaca Falls
Ice Jammed Ithaca

“Ice Jammed Ithaca!” on TV and online. Watch online at will at https://walkinthepark.tv, or on Ithaca cable channel 13, Half an hour in length.

In this episode of Walk in the Park (#66, recorded January 15, 2014), we take a look at the effects of deep freeze and thaw on the rigidly channelized creeks that cross the floodplain that the city of Ithaca, NY is built on, at the south end of Cayuga Lake in New York’s Finger Lakes region.

High water in Cascadilla and Fall Creeks encountered thick sheets of ice that broke up and formed dams at street bridges. Flood waters were then forced over the banks into the Fall Creek neighborhood. City crews used long-arm excavators to try to break up some of the ice dams, while some 200 volunteers filled sand bags for affected residents. See this through photographs, aerial photography, and video. Special thanks to Hilary Lambert of the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network, Photography 4d, Bill Hecht, and Ken Christopher Hill for some of the images and footage used here.

Walk in the Park is an Ithaca, NY, non-commercial, public access TV series produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions Owlgorge.com, a partner business with the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

Emma logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents EMMA

Elmira Little Theatre presents
EMMA
in Mandeville Hall


Friday – Saturday, January 20-21, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 22, 2023 at 2:00pm

Friday – Saturday, January 27-28, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 29, 2023 at 2:00pm


Tickets:
Adults: $25
Seniors/Students: $20
Groups of 6 or more – $18/person
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.


For tickets and more information, call the Clemens Center box office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or visit ClemensCenter.org.


Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel by Rachel Atkins

Craig Bond-Director

Witty, intelligent, beautiful, rich, entitled, and spoiled, Emma Woodhouse loves to be a matchmaker, though she has vowed to never marry herself. When Frank Churchill, Mr. Weston’s flirtatious son, and Jane Fairfax, the accomplished niece of local chatterbox Miss Bates, enter Highbury’s limited social sphere, complications and misunderstandings foil all of Emma’s plans, revealing her obliviousness to the true nature of almost everyone around her—including herself.


Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

A flyer describing Fish & Brew Fridays: Come join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to some delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley
Fish & Brew Fridays

Fridays just got better!

Veraisons Restaurant will start offering Fish & Brew Fridays for Lunch (12-4) and Dinner (5-8pm). Join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley ($2). Choose between a Full Portion of Fish for $21.95 or Half Portion for $16.95 plus tax and gratuity. A sandwich option will be offered.

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Friday Night Fish & Brew.

Fish & Brew will begin on January 13th and run every Friday through April 28th!

Reservations are available at 800-243-5513

Events for January 21, 2023 x
Ice covered the face of Ithaca Falls
Ice Jammed Ithaca

“Ice Jammed Ithaca!” on TV and online. Watch online at will at https://walkinthepark.tv, or on Ithaca cable channel 13, Half an hour in length.

In this episode of Walk in the Park (#66, recorded January 15, 2014), we take a look at the effects of deep freeze and thaw on the rigidly channelized creeks that cross the floodplain that the city of Ithaca, NY is built on, at the south end of Cayuga Lake in New York’s Finger Lakes region.

High water in Cascadilla and Fall Creeks encountered thick sheets of ice that broke up and formed dams at street bridges. Flood waters were then forced over the banks into the Fall Creek neighborhood. City crews used long-arm excavators to try to break up some of the ice dams, while some 200 volunteers filled sand bags for affected residents. See this through photographs, aerial photography, and video. Special thanks to Hilary Lambert of the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network, Photography 4d, Bill Hecht, and Ken Christopher Hill for some of the images and footage used here.

Walk in the Park is an Ithaca, NY, non-commercial, public access TV series produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions Owlgorge.com, a partner business with the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

Emma logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents EMMA

Elmira Little Theatre presents
EMMA
in Mandeville Hall


Friday – Saturday, January 20-21, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 22, 2023 at 2:00pm

Friday – Saturday, January 27-28, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 29, 2023 at 2:00pm


Tickets:
Adults: $25
Seniors/Students: $20
Groups of 6 or more – $18/person
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.


For tickets and more information, call the Clemens Center box office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or visit ClemensCenter.org.


Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel by Rachel Atkins

Craig Bond-Director

Witty, intelligent, beautiful, rich, entitled, and spoiled, Emma Woodhouse loves to be a matchmaker, though she has vowed to never marry herself. When Frank Churchill, Mr. Weston’s flirtatious son, and Jane Fairfax, the accomplished niece of local chatterbox Miss Bates, enter Highbury’s limited social sphere, complications and misunderstandings foil all of Emma’s plans, revealing her obliviousness to the true nature of almost everyone around her—including herself.


Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

Saturday Nights: Enjoy Prime Rib at Veraisons Restaurant!

Saturday Nights: Enjoy Prime Rib at Veraisons Restaurant!

5:00-8:00  •  January 14th-April 29th, 2023

Deliciousness Awaits!

Join us at Veraisons Restaurant on Saturdays beginning January 14th to enjoy the prime rib of your choice! Choose between a King or Queen cut served with rich duchess potatoes and a medley of seasonal winter vegetables. Don't miss out on this limited-time offer! Make your reservations today and experience culinary perfection!

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Prime Rib Saturdays.

Reservations: 800-243-5513

Events for January 22, 2023 x
Emma logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents EMMA

Elmira Little Theatre presents
EMMA
in Mandeville Hall


Friday – Saturday, January 20-21, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 22, 2023 at 2:00pm

Friday – Saturday, January 27-28, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 29, 2023 at 2:00pm


Tickets:
Adults: $25
Seniors/Students: $20
Groups of 6 or more – $18/person
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.


For tickets and more information, call the Clemens Center box office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or visit ClemensCenter.org.


Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel by Rachel Atkins

Craig Bond-Director

Witty, intelligent, beautiful, rich, entitled, and spoiled, Emma Woodhouse loves to be a matchmaker, though she has vowed to never marry herself. When Frank Churchill, Mr. Weston’s flirtatious son, and Jane Fairfax, the accomplished niece of local chatterbox Miss Bates, enter Highbury’s limited social sphere, complications and misunderstandings foil all of Emma’s plans, revealing her obliviousness to the true nature of almost everyone around her—including herself.


Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

Events for January 25, 2023 x
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Anastasia

The M&T Bank 2022-23 Broadway Season presents
ANASTASIA

Wednesday – Thursday, January 25 – 26, 2023 at 7:30pm


Tickets: $73/$65/$55/$40. Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.
Group Rates available for 10 or more - please inquire


Inspired by the beloved films, the romantic and adventure-filled new musical ANASTASIA is on a journey to Elmira at last!

From the Tony Award®-winning creators of the Broadway classic Ragtime, this dazzling show transports us from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as a brave young woman sets out to discover the mystery of her past. Pursued by a ruthless Soviet officer determined to silence her, Anya enlists the aid of a dashing conman and a lovable ex-aristocrat. Together, they embark on an epic adventure to help her find home, love, and family.

ANASTASIA features a book by celebrated playwright Terrence McNally, a lush new score by Stephen Flaherty (music) and Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) based on original direction by Tony Award® winner Darko Tresnjak with choreography by Peggy Hickey and tour direction by Sarah Hartmann.

Running Time: 2 hrs and 25 mins, including intermission.
Age Recommendation: Ages 7+

Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

Events for January 26, 2023 x
Anastasia logo
Anastasia

The M&T Bank 2022-23 Broadway Season presents
ANASTASIA

Wednesday – Thursday, January 25 – 26, 2023 at 7:30pm


Tickets: $73/$65/$55/$40. Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.
Group Rates available for 10 or more - please inquire


Inspired by the beloved films, the romantic and adventure-filled new musical ANASTASIA is on a journey to Elmira at last!

From the Tony Award®-winning creators of the Broadway classic Ragtime, this dazzling show transports us from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as a brave young woman sets out to discover the mystery of her past. Pursued by a ruthless Soviet officer determined to silence her, Anya enlists the aid of a dashing conman and a lovable ex-aristocrat. Together, they embark on an epic adventure to help her find home, love, and family.

ANASTASIA features a book by celebrated playwright Terrence McNally, a lush new score by Stephen Flaherty (music) and Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) based on original direction by Tony Award® winner Darko Tresnjak with choreography by Peggy Hickey and tour direction by Sarah Hartmann.

Running Time: 2 hrs and 25 mins, including intermission.
Age Recommendation: Ages 7+

Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

Pasta Nights at Veraison Restaurant

We're thrilled to announce our upcoming Pasta Night—where a portion of the proceeds from each meal served will be donated to a local charity benefitting our beautiful community! Join us for a culinary adventure where you will have the chance to make your own creative combination of pasta. Craft the perfect dish from a selection of homemade sauces and ingredients including Meats, Seafood, Fresh Veggies, and Garlic & Herbs! The combinations are endless! Includes a fresh garden salad, and unlimited trips to the Pasta Station!

Learn more about the featured local charity here

2023 Dates: January: 12th & 26th, February: 9th & 23rd, March: 9th & 23rd, April 13th & 27th

Reservations available: 800-243-5513

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Mending Circle

Bring your worn items and your creativity to delve into visible mending techniques and revive your wardrobe.

Thursday evenings 6:30 - 8 PM

Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

Events for January 27, 2023 x
Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

Emma logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents EMMA

Elmira Little Theatre presents
EMMA
in Mandeville Hall


Friday – Saturday, January 20-21, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 22, 2023 at 2:00pm

Friday – Saturday, January 27-28, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 29, 2023 at 2:00pm


Tickets:
Adults: $25
Seniors/Students: $20
Groups of 6 or more – $18/person
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.


For tickets and more information, call the Clemens Center box office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or visit ClemensCenter.org.


Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel by Rachel Atkins

Craig Bond-Director

Witty, intelligent, beautiful, rich, entitled, and spoiled, Emma Woodhouse loves to be a matchmaker, though she has vowed to never marry herself. When Frank Churchill, Mr. Weston’s flirtatious son, and Jane Fairfax, the accomplished niece of local chatterbox Miss Bates, enter Highbury’s limited social sphere, complications and misunderstandings foil all of Emma’s plans, revealing her obliviousness to the true nature of almost everyone around her—including herself.


Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

Fish & Brew Fridays

Fridays just got better!

Veraisons Restaurant will start offering Fish & Brew Fridays for Lunch (12-4) and Dinner (5-8pm). Join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley ($2). Choose between a Full Portion of Fish for $21.95 or Half Portion for $16.95 plus tax and gratuity. A sandwich option will be offered.

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Friday Night Fish & Brew.

Fish & Brew will begin on January 13th and run every Friday through April 28th!

Reservations are available at 800-243-5513

Events for January 28, 2023 x
Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

Emma logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents EMMA

Elmira Little Theatre presents
EMMA
in Mandeville Hall


Friday – Saturday, January 20-21, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 22, 2023 at 2:00pm

Friday – Saturday, January 27-28, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 29, 2023 at 2:00pm


Tickets:
Adults: $25
Seniors/Students: $20
Groups of 6 or more – $18/person
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.


For tickets and more information, call the Clemens Center box office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or visit ClemensCenter.org.


Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel by Rachel Atkins

Craig Bond-Director

Witty, intelligent, beautiful, rich, entitled, and spoiled, Emma Woodhouse loves to be a matchmaker, though she has vowed to never marry herself. When Frank Churchill, Mr. Weston’s flirtatious son, and Jane Fairfax, the accomplished niece of local chatterbox Miss Bates, enter Highbury’s limited social sphere, complications and misunderstandings foil all of Emma’s plans, revealing her obliviousness to the true nature of almost everyone around her—including herself.


Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

Daddy-Daughter Dinner
Daddy-Daughter Dinner

Dinner at Charlie's Lakeside.  $39.99 Dinner Special for Dad & Daughter. Pre order with Charlie's $20 Flower Crown and Boutonniere created by: Smileys.  For reservations and flowers call 315-303-3376.

Saturday Nights: Enjoy Prime Rib at Veraisons Restaurant!

Saturday Nights: Enjoy Prime Rib at Veraisons Restaurant!

5:00-8:00  •  January 14th-April 29th, 2023

Deliciousness Awaits!

Join us at Veraisons Restaurant on Saturdays beginning January 14th to enjoy the prime rib of your choice! Choose between a King or Queen cut served with rich duchess potatoes and a medley of seasonal winter vegetables. Don't miss out on this limited-time offer! Make your reservations today and experience culinary perfection!

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Prime Rib Saturdays.

Reservations: 800-243-5513

Sourdough Bread
Baking: Sourdough Bread

Rise to the occasion and learn how to make sourdough!

Did you experiment with making your own sourdough bread at home during the pandemic, but couldn’t quite get it just right? Join us for our popular Sourdough Bread Class at GCV&M!

Grab a friend or family member and join historic cook Peggy Roll for an adventure in bread making. In our modern facility, you will learn the intricacies of baking a perfect sourdough loaf. Space is limited, plan ahead to join us! 

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Wine & Bites with Airy Acres Vineyard & Stonecat Cafe January 28!

Join us at Stonecat Cafe in the Finger Lakes on Saturday January 28 at 12:30 for a guided tasting of our wines and some great cuisine.

Six Airy Acres wines paired with 3 different plates expertly prepared by the staff at Stonecat Café.

All exploring the depth and flavor that Airy Acres has to offer when matched with Stonecat’s excellent cuisine.
Stonecat is located on Rte. 414 between Lodi and Watkins Glen.

Tickets are $40 per person, with opportunities to purchase wine after the event.

Tickets available on our website - https://airyacresvineyard.com/.../event-at-stonecat-jan-28/

 

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Warm Up at the Curtiss Museum This Winter

Warm Up at the Curtiss Museum This Winter

 

 

Winter Family Event

January 28th 
2:00 PM

Take part in fun crafts and activities planned for children and families. All ages welcome. Children are free with one paid adult admission to the museum. Come have fun and then enjoy all of the great exhibits we have to offer!
 

 

 

Exhibit now through August 2023!
See more than thirty motorcycles displayed in this unique exhibit that explores the early age of motorcycles built before 1914.

Meet Our New Educator

Crystal joined the Curtiss Museum in December and now develops our family, youth, and school programs. She can be contacted at education@curtissmuseum.org to schedule your next group tour. 

 

 

New Photograph for the Collection

July 8, 1935 Flood of Hammondsport, NY

New York State was hit with a statewide flood because of a hurricane in the early morning of July 8th. The damage in Hammondsport was monumental with the loss of homes, businesses, road ways and the B & H railroad.

 

 

 

Jenna Tremaine's new children's book is now in stock!
Visit the Museum Store to pick up your copy.

 

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Events for January 29, 2023 x
Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

Emma logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents EMMA

Elmira Little Theatre presents
EMMA
in Mandeville Hall


Friday – Saturday, January 20-21, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 22, 2023 at 2:00pm

Friday – Saturday, January 27-28, 2023 at 7:30pm
Sunday, January 29, 2023 at 2:00pm


Tickets:
Adults: $25
Seniors/Students: $20
Groups of 6 or more – $18/person
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.


For tickets and more information, call the Clemens Center box office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or visit ClemensCenter.org.


Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel by Rachel Atkins

Craig Bond-Director

Witty, intelligent, beautiful, rich, entitled, and spoiled, Emma Woodhouse loves to be a matchmaker, though she has vowed to never marry herself. When Frank Churchill, Mr. Weston’s flirtatious son, and Jane Fairfax, the accomplished niece of local chatterbox Miss Bates, enter Highbury’s limited social sphere, complications and misunderstandings foil all of Emma’s plans, revealing her obliviousness to the true nature of almost everyone around her—including herself.


Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

Hunt Country Writer’s Workshop with Lilace Mellin Guignard – Writing Inner & Outer Landscapes

On a winter Sunday, we will open our doors to a small group who with to jumpstart or refresh their writing.  "I find I do more writing in the winter," says our instructor, Lilace Mellin Guignard.  "The extra darkness and colder weather are conducive to hunkering down and diving inward." 

A glass of wine and breaking bread with some like minded folks makes it even better.

INSTRUCTOR: Lilace taught poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania before becoming associate publisher of Mountain Home magazine, for which she also writes.  Before moving to Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, she taught courses at the University of Nevada, Reno, and Warren Wilson College.  She is the author of an adventure memoir, When Everything Beyond the Walls Is Wild: Being a Woman Outdoors in America (Texas A&M Press 2019) and a poetry chapbook Young at the Time of Letting Go (Evening Street Press 2016).  Her poems have appeared in Poetry magazine, Ecotone, Calyx, and Northern Appalachia Review, to name a few.  You can find her at tentofonesown.com.

WORKSHOP:  How do we convey internal thoughts and feelings while following the age-old adage to (mostly) show, don’t tell? If the outer landscape is what we have in common, how do we use it to reveal what is going on inside? This workshop will present a more holistic way to approach the use of creative tools we have been taught are separate—simile, metaphor, sensory description, sound, rhythm, tone—so that we better understand how they work together to convey meaning in our fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

This workshop is for all levels and all genres, and will include individual writing time, craft tips, handouts, discussion, and house made farm-to-table noshes with wine. Bring your favorite journal and pen, bring a cushion and blanket if you like to spread out on the floor. Most of all, bring a willingness to let go of judgment, explore, and create.

FOOD & WINE:  A meal of house-made soups, salad, bread, and cookies will be served at the conclusion of the workshop.  A Hunt Country glass of wine of your choosing will also be included.  Additional wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase.  We can accomodate most food restrictions. 

Please email tessa@huntwines.com with any questions, or give us a call at 315-595-2812.

Events for January 30, 2023 x
Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

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Comedy Club

99.5 WOKN, 94 ROCK and 98.3 WVIN present

COMEDY CLUB
in Mandeville Hall

Monday, January 30, 2023 @ 8:00pm


Tickets: $29.50. Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

For tickets and more information, contact the Clemens Center box office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or visit ClemensCenter.org.


The best in stand-up comedy!  A trio of hot comics entertain adult audience members.  Don’t miss your chance to laugh yourself silly in the area’s most popular and longest-running Comedy Club.

Recommended for a mature audience. 

Dates/times/programs/protocols subject to change.

Events for January 31, 2023 x
Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

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Warm up your winter at NordicFest Weekends!
6472 Gulick Road Naples, NY 14512
(585)-374-6160
05
Feb 2023
Bring your portable stitching projects every Sunday and join fellow local makers. All skill levels welcome. Get there early to grab the best rocking chair!  Every Sunday 1-4 PM
38 W Market St
1:00 PM
(607)-654-7383
05
Feb 2023
Winter is wonderful at GCV&M! 
1410 Flint Hill Road
10:00 a.m.
(585)-538-6822
05
Feb 2023
YOGA IN THE PINES: SNOWGA EDITION
6472 Gulick Road Naples, NY 14512
(585)-374-6160
05
Feb 2023
Save the Date for the FLX West Food Fest! An exciting culinary celebration of the Western Finger Lakes Region!
3100 Rochester Road
Noon
08
Feb 2023
295 North Main St.
08
Feb 2023
11am-3pm Drive-Thru pick-up.  $12 includes Hot soup, salad, roll and cookie. Sit-down Dinner 5:30pm $20 includes hot soup, salad, rolls, dessert and beverages.
295 N. Main Street
11am
(585)-394-1472
08
Feb 2023
Live Music Series every Wednesday Music from 6-9 pm. BOGO Happy Hour from 5 to 6 pm. Cafe Toscana open until 8 pm.
3440 Rt 96a
5 pm
(315)-719-0000
08
Feb 2023
Thru
12
Apr 2023
Our previous participant group asked us to continue, so here we go!
Virtual
(585)-697-1942
09
Feb 2023
Gather with fellow Ennion members and Studio artists for drinks, bites, and glassy conversation.  Not a member? Visit the Museums website or call to get information on how to become a member today!
One Museum Way
9:00 AM
(607)-438-5109