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Calendar of Events in the Finger Lakes

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!
 

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Events for November 1, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Levinthal's work from Mein Kempf
Artist's Talk: David Levinthal at the George Eastman Museum

In conjunction with his exhibition War, Myth, Desire, David Levinthal will discuss his prolific career as a photographer. The exhibition is the first museum retrospective of the artist's work in more than twenty years.

Book signing to follow.

Exhibitions will be open until 8 p.m.

David Levinthal (American, b. 1949). Untitled, 1994. From the series Mein Kampf. Dye diffusion transfer print (Polaroid Polacolor). George Eastman Museum, gift of an anonymous donor. © David Levinthal

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for November 2, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Events for November 3, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Live Music with Rukus at the Holiday Inn Elmira

Rukus (Classic Rock/Pop)

9 p.m. - 1 a.m.

$3 Cover

Must be 21 with valid I.D. to enter

 

*Please note: subject to change without notice*

Full of Local Vendors
Bon Vivant: An FLX Bounty Meandor at Hosmer Winery

It's that time of year again! Harvest is coming to an end and the wines are finding a place in the cellar as we reflect and celebrate how fortunate we are for the bounty that we have. We invite you to join us at Hosmer Winery for a taste of the good life with samples of local food and handcrafted goods.

We will be selling Hosmer wine by the glass and serving delectable hors-d'oeuvres to enjoy with a live performance from Donna Colton (so get ready to dance). This event is free of charge!!

Events for November 4, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Events for November 5, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Events for November 6, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Events for November 7, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

beer tasting
Tap Takeover & Tapas at Radisson Hotel Corning

Offered only three times this fall, our popular tapas and beer tasting events are back! Come and enjoy four tapas courses paired with beer tastings from some of the area's most popular breweries for just $25 per person. Gratuity is not included in the ticket price.

November 7 menu TBD

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 8, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Toy Hall
National Toy Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Be part of the excitement when the 2018 toy honorees are revealed in a public ceremony. Included with general museum admission fees.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 9, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 10, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Varick Winery Pumpkin Chuckin'

Release your tensions by hurling pumpkins with a giant slingshot on weekends in October.  Large groups may schedule an appointment to hurl pumpkins on other days.

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Cooking Class More Than Just a Salad
Cooking Class: More than "Just a Salad" at Coltivare

Salads can range from simple to so much more. They're a quick make-ahead work lunch. A great dish to pass. And with the addition of a protein, a wholesome one-dish meal.

Salads often get a bad rep, but take it from Chef Patrick, this is the salad class for non-salad people. If you've only thought of salad as a vehicle for dressing until now, let us convert you. Salad's already your thing? Take it up a notch.

Kick off at 6:00 with a quick mixer, then get hands on in the Coltivare culinary lab in a fun and interactive class complete with tastings, takeaways and a small drink pairing. An ideal class for couples, friends, and the outgoing solo cook looking to meet new people. No experience or expertise necessary.

$35 per person includes food tastings, a small drink pairing, take home goodies and likely, leftovers!

Find a Q&A with Chef Patrick in the staff section of the Coltivare website at: http://coltivareithaca.com/staff-patrick-blackman/

Live Music with Legacy at the Holiday Inn Elmira

Legacy (70s-90s Rock)

8 p.m. - 12 a.m.

$3 Cover

Must be 21 with valid I.D. to enter

 

*Please note: subject to change without notice*

NTHOF
National Toy Hall of Fame at The Strong

Honor the newest inducted toys to the National Toy Hall of Fame and revel in a weekend of activities featuring past inductees. Celebrate the 75-year anniversary of Slinky with special performances by Slinky Josh, an entertainer featured on NBC’s The Gong Show. Create a Slinky obstacle course, commemorate 50 years of Hot Wheels by building a race track, and more. Included with general museum admission fees.

Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair
6th Annual Craft and Vendor Fair

Get Your Holiday Shopping Done Early!

Join us Saturday, November 10, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM for our 6th Annual Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair.

Over 45 vendors
Delicious Sweets and Eats available
Admission: $2.00 per person or $5.00 a family

Nouveau Celebration 2018 at Glenora Wine Cellars

Nouveau Celebration 2018

at Glenora Wine Cellars
5435 State Route 14, Dundee, NY 14837
www.glenora.cominfo@glenora.com

800-243-5513          

 

Website: http://www.glenora.com/Events/Nouveau-2018
 

Nouveau Celebration at Glenora Wine Cellars
Saturday, November 10, 2018 1:00-4:00pm

 

Join us in celebrating the first wine of the 2018 harvest! Enjoy a glass of our Nouveau wine, live entertainment, and hearty seasonal hors d’oeuvres by Chef Orlando of Veraisons, outdoors among the fall foliage!

 

Our annual Nouveau celebration began in 1977, the year we were established, as a way of celebrating our first harvest and we’ve continued the tradition every year since over our 40 year history.

 

Each year, our Nouveau wine undergoes a quick primary fermentation before being racked and put in a wooden cask. The resulting wine is intensely fresh and fruity. We invite you to join us for a taste of our 2018 Nouveau wine straight from the cask!

                           

Tickets are $20 at the door, $18 in advance online. *Tickets go on sale Tuesday, September 4th.

Wine pairing
Corks & Forks at Radisson Hotel Corning - Wagner

For you wine lovers, Corks & Forks is the meal to be at. This year we are changing it up a bit. We will feature four courses (tapas style) for $25 all paired with wines from our own Finger Lakes along with a host from our winery partner.

Wagner Wine Pairing Tapas Menu - TBD

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 11, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

NTHOF
National Toy Hall of Fame at The Strong

Honor the newest inducted toys to the National Toy Hall of Fame and revel in a weekend of activities featuring past inductees. Celebrate the 75-year anniversary of Slinky with special performances by Slinky Josh, an entertainer featured on NBC’s The Gong Show. Create a Slinky obstacle course, commemorate 50 years of Hot Wheels by building a race track, and more. Included with general museum admission fees.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 12, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Christmas
Get Ready for The Nutcracker and A Christmas Carol at The Strong

Delight in storytelling, dance, and theater from family holiday favorites The Nutcracker and A Christmas Carol. Enjoy an excerpt from The Nutcracker performed by costumed dancers from Rochester City Ballet at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Listen as a costumed cast member from Geva Theatre Center’s production of A Christmas Carol reads selections from the Charles Dickens classic about a man rediscovering the true spirit of the holiday season at noon and 2 p.m.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 13, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 14, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 15, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

fall foliage
2018 FALL FOLIAGE TRACKER!

It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!

Reports are obtained from field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend.
Fall Foliage Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon.

Click Here to View The Latest Fall Foliage Reports!

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Pool facade in South Beach
Anastasia Samoylova: The Flood of Images, The Images of Flood at the George Eastman Museum

Anastasia Samoylova is a Miami-based artist and photographer whose work examines environmentalism, consumerism, and the picturesque through the tools and language of digital media and commercial photography. Samoylova's work participates in the landscape photography tradition while scrutinizing the consumable products it generates.

Book signing to follow.

Generously sponsored by museum member Thomas N. Tischer.

 

Anastasia Samoylova (Russian/American, b. 1984). Facade in South Beach, 2017. From the series FloodZone. Courtesy of Julie Saul Gallery. © Anastasia Samoylova

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 16, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Canstruction!
Canstruction at The Strong

Marvel at giant sculptures made entirely from cans of food. Canstruction is an international charity competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors, and students to design and build large-scale structures made from canned food. To date, Canstruction Rochester has donated more than 300,000 pounds of food to Foodlink. Be a part of the fun by donating one canned food item during National Toy Hall of Fame Celebration Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, and receive a free carousel ride, train ride, or five arcade tokens. Included with general museum admission fees.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 17, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

Sat & Sun: FALL FOLIAGE SKY RIDES AT GREEK PEAK!

A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage!

Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)

$10/person/ride
Available on Saturdays 10a-5p and Sundays 10a-3p
Receive $5 off with the purchase of Brunch at Trax, Sundays 10a-2p. 

Call to Confirm Operations After October 13

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

preparing for winter kitchen interpreter
Preparing for Winter

19th-century families needed to start early if they were going to be ready for the holidays. Share in that age-old experience as we prepare for the winter season! There were candles to be made, root cellars to be filled and meats to be processed. Most of the family pitched in to create the decorations that would bedeck their homes. Activities will include tastings; soap making; sausage stuffing; smoking meats and other meat preserving; candle making; wool spinning; gift making and more! Don't forget to make handmade crafts at the Crafts for Christmas program in our warm and cozy Meeting Center, decorated for the holiday season!

Unidentified maker. George Eastman developing and printing his pictures, Newfoundland Trip, 1906. Gelatin silver print. Transfer from the University of Rochester.
Focus 45: George Eastman Goes to Newfoundland

In 1906 and 1910, George Eastman vacationed in what is now the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. During her MA studies in the museum's PPCM program, Edith Cuerrier cataloged the two resulting photo albums and will now share the nearly three hundred images that Eastman and his travel companions took while on vacation. You will see Eastman as a fishing and camping enthusiast, amateur photographer, and generous travel companion.

Unidentified maker. George Eastman developing and printing his pictures, Newfoundland Trip, 1906. Gelatin silver print. Transfer from the University of Rochester.

Live Music with Suspect at the Holiday Inn Elmira

Suspect (Killer Rock)

9 p.m. - 1 a.m.

$3 Cover

Must be 21 with valid I.D. to enter

 

*Please note: subject to change without notice*

Craft Fair Logo
Pre-Holiday Craft Fair ath CNY Living History Center

We'll have approximately 25 vendors helping you complete your Holiday shopping early!

Women in Games
Women in Games Exhibit Opening at The Strong

Discover the untold stories of women in the game industry. View design documents from pioneers including Carol Shaw and Roberta Williams, take a look at iconic female game characters, and play a round of Dona Bailey's Centipede. Explore examples of video games marketed to girls and created by female-led companies, listen to musical scores for video games composed by women, and discover female designers who created popular non-electronic games. Opening weekend only, create a story, setting, and character for your own video game and meet game developers. Included with general museum admission fees.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 18, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Women in Games
Women in Games Exhibit Opening at The Strong

Discover the untold stories of women in the game industry. View design documents from pioneers including Carol Shaw and Roberta Williams, take a look at iconic female game characters, and play a round of Dona Bailey's Centipede. Explore examples of video games marketed to girls and created by female-led companies, listen to musical scores for video games composed by women, and discover female designers who created popular non-electronic games. Opening weekend only, create a story, setting, and character for your own video game and meet game developers. Included with general museum admission fees.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 19, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Toy Soldier Day
Robert C. Postal Toy Soldier Day at The Strong

Join The Strong for a day honoring veterans. Veterans showing proper identification receive a half off general museum admission fees. Check out the museum’s Toy Soldiers on Parade display, featuring items from the Robert C. Postal Toy Soldier Collection. Enjoy a brief presentation by curator Michelle Parnett-Dwyer on the collection, including an introduction by Carole Postal, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The youngest soldiers can take a picture with a life-sized Little Green Army Man, enjoy a special edition of Storytime Club, gear up for the Teeny Tiny Boot Camp, and design a custom parachute for a Little Green Army Man. Robert C. Postal Toy Soldier Day and the Toy Soldiers on Parade display is made possible through the support of Carole Postal. Included with general museum admission fees.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 20, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 21, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 22, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

thanksgiving
Geneva On The Lake is the Place to Celebrate Thanksgiving

Traditional Thanksgiving Day Dinner with Jazz Pianist Johnny Russo 

Gather your friends, family or your office staff to celebrate a truly memorable holiday lunch in our beautifully decorated Lancellotti Dining Room!

buffet flyer
Thanksgiving Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn

Please bring the family and join us for our first ever Thanksgiving Buffet! Similar to our mothers day buffet, the first seating will be at 11am and the second seating at 1pm. 

Please call for reservations 315-252-5511 

Adults-$23.95 Seniors- $16.95 
5-12 yrs old -$12.95 under 5 - Free

On the Menu : 

*Carved Honey Brown Sugar Glazed Turkey Breast
*Country Pan Turkey Gravy
*Traditional Sage Bread Stuffing
*Buttermilk Whipped Potatoes
*Mashed Maple Sweet Potatoes
*Buttery Butternut Squash
*Extra Sharp Cheddar Mac & Cheese
*Sliced Virginia Baked Ham with a Wild Cherry Pomegranate Glaze
*Oven Roasted Root Vegetable(Parsnips, Golden Beets, Carrots, Rutabaga and Brussels Sprouts)
*Cranberry Sauce
*Salad Bar- Mixed Greens-Diced Egg, Grape Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Red Onion, Bacon Bits, Broccoli, Croutons, Shredded Cheddar Jack Cheese, Craisins, Black Olives, Sweet Peas, Ranch Dressing, Balsamic Dressing and Italian Dressing. 
*Fresh Fruit Salad and Cottage Cheese
*Warm Rolls and Butter
*Coffee Service

Dessert Display- Pumpkin Pie, Apple Pie, Pecan Pie, Chocolate Mousse, Assorted Mini Desserts, Fresh Strawberries with Melted Milk Chocolate.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 23, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 24, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Wreaths
Wreath Display & Silent Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Uniquely decorated wreaths on view in the Colonnade. All wreaths are created and donated by local garden clubs, businesses, or creative individuals and are available in a silent auction. 

Organized by the Eastman Museum Council.

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

breakfast st nick with kids
Breakfast with St. Nick

Celebrate the holiday season alongside family and friends with a tasty, all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast!

9:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM & 12:00 PM seating times. Reservations are required.

Kids have the chance to meet St. Nick (bring your cameras!) in the museum's beautifully decorated, holiday-themed Banquet Center.

Each child will receive a special present from St. Nick himself! They can also write a letter to St. Nick and mail it in a special mailbox to the North Pole!

Menu

Pancakes (plain & chocolate chip)

Fruit topping & whipped cream

Sprague's maple syrup

Scrambled eggs

Sausage links

Hot chocolate with candy cane stirrers

Orange juice, coffee & tea

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 25, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 26, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 27, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 28, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 29, 2018 x
Searchers
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire

David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years. The exhibition will include nearly 200 prints, along with related books and ephemera, giving visitors a unique opportunity to consider Levinthal’s most recent work alongside key works from the full scope of his career.

Since the mid-1970s, David Levinthal has been exploring the relationship between photographic imagery and the fantasies, myths, events, and characters that shape contemporary America’s mental landscape. The exhibition will include photographs from all of his major series to date—the best-known of which include Hitler Moves East (1972–75), Modern Romance (1983–85), The Wild West (1986–89), Desire (1991–92), Blackface (1995–98), Barbie (1997–98), Baseball (1998–2004), and History (2010–15)—in addition to never-before-exhibited outtakes, commissions, and archival materials.

Brooklyn
Gail Albert Halaban: Out My Window

Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles. In an effort to combat feelings of loneliness and isolation, she began to use her art as a way of connecting with her neighbors. She starts by explaining her work to potential participants and asking for their involvement. If they agree, Albert Halaban facilitates communication among the neighbors and arranges to photograph one from the window of the other. In this way, Albert Halaban employs photography as a form of social engagement. For despite platitudes about modern technology making the world a smaller place, this same virtual environment can also result in feelings of isolation and extreme self-absorption. By connecting strangers who live across the street from each other, Albert Halaban’s expertly composed, beautifully rendered, large-scale photographs encourage viewers to take a fresh look at the people they see every day.

Wednesdays ~ LIVE MUSIC at Ventosa Vineyards

FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!

FREE Live Music & Happy Hour every Wednesday at Ventosa! A popular time among the locals for great food, wine, beer & cocktails.  Supporting local artists from the Finger Lakes and beyond. Check out the live music schedule for special events.

  • Wednesday Live Music 6-9
  • Wednesday BOGO  wine, beer & mixers 5-6
  • Cafe Toscana serving on Wednesday ’til 9

 

ithaca bakery
Every Friday ~ Live Music on Meadow Street at Ithaca Bakery

Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.

http://www.ithacabakery.com/72.html

 

400 N. Meadow Street
6072737110

Glass Pumpkins
Glass Pumpkins- Buy them, See them made, Make them yourself

Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass. Buy glass pumpkins, make your own glass pumpkins, or watch our amazing glassmakers make glass pumpkins, see our Glass Holiday Feast, and enjoy fall treats in the Cafe.

Make Your Own Glass pumpkins
Try your hand at making your own glass pumpkin. Our glass artists will help you blow a pumpkin decoration or to flamework a pumpkin pendant to wear. This experience is a seasonal favorite, so you’ll want to book early.

Glass Pumpkin Demos
See how our famed glass pumpkins are created in this special fall demonstration. Each gaffer's pumpkin has a color and personality all its own, making each demonstration a unique experience. Don't miss the Pumpkin Making Marathon on October 6, 7, and 8.

Buy glass pumpkins
Locally-made glass pumpkins in every size, shape, and color are available in the Museum Shops. Be sure to visit the Glass Farmers Market from September 21 through October 8.

Special Exhibitions
Be sure to check out our two special exhibitions, Glass of the Architects: Vienna, 1900-1939 and Curious and Curiouser: Surprising Finds from the Rakow Library.

Fall treats in the Museum Café
Hot cider, pumpkin pie, caramel apples, and more. You’ll be able to find fall goodies in the Museum Café, menu changes daily.

brunch items
Sunday Brunch Buffet at the Hilton Garden Inn - Auburn

Come enjoy Sunday Brunch with us! All your brunch favorites, such as omelettes cooked to order, bacon, fruit, coffee, juices and so much more!

The entree specials will change weekly, Like us on Facebook for updates!  Reservations for large parties appreciated 

Gingerbread House
Sweet Creations at the George Eastman Museum

This annual display features dozens of cleverly designed and deliciously decorated gingerbread houses and objects. As one of the Greater Rochester community's most beloved holiday traditions, Sweet Creations provides a visual and aromatic treat for visitors of all ages.

Most of the confectionery creations are available for purchase through a silent auction, and winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 12. Proceeds from the auction will help support future restoration projects of our National Historic Landmark property.

A small number of gingerbread creations will remain on display until the end of the year.

Sweet Creations is a project of the Eastman Museum Council.

Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

Events for November 30, 2018 x
Table top tree
Tabletop Tree Display & Auction at the George Eastman Museum

Trees decorated by local businesses are on display throughout the historic mansion and available for purchase in a silent auction. Funds raised support fresh flower arrangements in the mansion year-round.

 

yuletide decorated fence
Yuletide in the Country Tours & Buffet

Take part in an event that harkens to the Christmases of yesteryear with Genesee Country Village & Museum's Yuletide in the Country Tours. The year is 1849, and New York has just declared Christmas an official state holiday. The snow-covered Historic Village is alight with activity as the villagers hear this news and begin their Christmas preparations. As you visit the homes and businesses of these villagers, you will take in music, dancing, and family traditions, such as lighting the Christmas tree. Daytime tours allow for a beautiful afternoon walk through the village, while nighttime tours offer a serene lantern-lit walk.

Tours are led by a costumed guide and last approximately 1 ½ hours. Be prepared to walk and stand for the tour’s entirety. Due to this, along with the uneven walkways and sometimes steep stairways, tours are not recommended for those with walking difficulties. Tours are also not recommended for infants and children under ten. Reservations are required.

Enjoy a delicious holiday buffet dinner in conjunction with your tour or on its own! Enjoy a full dinner buffet with all the fixings in the museum's beautifully decorated Banquet Center.

Yuletide in the Country Tour & Buffet dates: November 30-December 2, December 7-9 & December 14-16.

Elves on Shelves
Elf on the Shelf: A Holiday Scavenger unt

Come to the 1890 House Museum for the final First Friday Scavenger Hunt of 2018. How does Santa know if you have been naughty or nice? He sends his elves out to watch. The whole Museum has been swarmed by elves and it is up to you to find them all! Come join us for story time at 6:00pm, as we read The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition written by Carol Aebersold. Then take out your magnifying glass and detective hunt to see if you can find every one of Santa’s little helpers. Even if you can’t make story time, you can still visit and put your sleuthing skills to the test!

Like all of our First Friday events, the Holiday Scavenger Hunt is admission free. We will be open from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, with a story time reading at 6:00 pm.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the 1890 House Museum at events@the1890house.org or (607) 756-7551.

We look forward to seeing you at the last Scavenger Hunt of 2018!

02
Jun 2018
Thru
30
Dec 2018
David Levinthal: War, Myth, Desire is the first museum retrospective of the artist’s work in more than twenty years.
George Eastman Museum, 900 East Ave, Rochester NY
07
Jun 2018
Thru
01
Jan 2019
Gail Albert Halaban’s Out My Window is both a penetrating exploration of modern community and a group of moving and beautiful photographs. The project started when she moved to New York from Los Angeles.
George Eastman Museum, 900 East Ave, Rochester NY
19
Jun 2018
Thru
26
Oct 2018
Shop the Stoltzfus Farmer's Market at the Waterloo Premium Outlets! Each Tuesday and Friday from 9AM-6PM, beginning on Friday, May 4. In the main parking lot, in front of Banana Republic Factory Store.
655 State Route 318
9:00AM
(315)-539-1147
11
Jul 2018
Thru
31
Dec 2018
FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!
3440 Rt. 96A
6:00 PM
(315)-719-0000
13
Jul 2018
Thru
14
Dec 2018
Ithaca Bakery presents MUSIC ON MEADOW STREET every Friday night now through December! Click here for the line up and start the weekend right.
400 N Meadow Street
6:00 - 8:00 PM
(607)-273-7110
18
Jul 2018
Thru
31
Oct 2018
Listen to enchanting music as you walk among hundreds of butterflies and whimsical flowers, including orchids and begonias, in the garden.
One Manhattan Square
(585)-263-2700
04
Sep 2018
Thru
30
Nov 2018
Celebrate the cooler weather and shorter days in a unique and memorable way this autumn at The Corning Museum of Glass.
One Museum Way
9:00 AM
(607)-438-5254
08
Sep 2018
Thru
28
Oct 2018
Enjoy the beautiful autumn colors of the Finger Lakes from the Comet Express chairlift to the summit of Bristol Mountain.
5662 Route 64
12 Noon to 4 PM
(585)-374-6000
14
Sep 2018
Thru
16
Nov 2018
It's Here!  The 2018 Official I Love NY Fall Foliage Report!
The Finger Lakes
22
Sep 2018
Thru
18
Nov 2018
A bird's eye view of the beautiful Finger Lakes Fall Foliage! Saturday, June 2, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, October 13, 2018 (All day)
2000 NYS Route 362
Sat 10-5 ~ Sun 10-3
(888)-353-5707
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