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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 February 1, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Premium Riesling Flight at Buttonwood Grove
Premium Riesling and Cheese Flight

All 6 of our estate grown and produced Rieslings will be paired with fine gourmet cheeses selected to enhance the characteristics of each wine.  The guided tasting experience will be led by one of friendly and informative staff members, seated in front of our cozy fire.  Compare and contrast 6 wines produced from the same grape, including our premium barrel aged Frances Amelia Riesling, and our Riesling Ice Wine.  Find out why Riesling is the signature grape of the Finger Lakes!  Tickets are required and may be purchased on our website.  Seating is limited to 12 guests.

Cold Chocolate
Concert in the Gallery featuring Cold Chocolate at The Rockwell Museum

Cold Chocolate is a genre-bending Americana band that fuses folk, funk, and bluegrass to create a unique sound all their own. Featuring Ethan Robbins on guitar, Ariel Bernstein on percussion, and backed by some of the root’s music scene’s finest players, this group from Boston is impressing audiences throughout New England and beyond. Punctuated by tight harmonies and skillful musicianship, and with a focus on songwriting, Cold Chocolate has quickly gained recognition for their original music and high-energy shows. The band has shared bills with Leftover Salmon and David Grisman, and regularly performs at venues and music festivals up and down the East Coast.

The Rockwell’s Concert in the Gallery series features Americana music groups in the intimate, seated setting of the Visions of America gallery. Enjoy refreshments included with your ticket at the pre-concert reception.

7:15 p.m. Reception | 8:00 p.m. Concert

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

                       

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Every Friday from - January 11th – April 26th  

5:00 – 9:00pm
$16.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Fish-Fry-Friday
Every Friday at Veraisons from January 11th to April 26th, enjoy a beer-battered fish fry with rice pilaf and seasonal vegetables from 5:00-9:00pm. Add a glass or a flight of local beer, cider, or wine for only $5 more! Gluten free fish fry available. Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.

Please note: Fish Fry will not be offered on February 15th.

*Gluten Free Fish Fry Available

 

 

Events for February 2, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk
Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk

What is Kohlfahrt? Take a winter hike on the trails through the wintry landscapes of the Nature Center and Historic Village, stopping for fun and games as well as beer and wine samples, then add in a hearty German-style meal of sausages, brats, kale, potatoes, strudel, and more beer. Now that’s a Kohlfahrt adventure! 

Grab your most adventurous friends and be led on a winter walk through the historic village and our nature trails, stopping for drink tastings and games along the way that will have you laughing 'til you cry! After all that outdoor mayhem, the party continues in the banquet center with a sit-down meal to warm you back up. Vegetarian options available. 

 

This event is adults only, 21+. Please bring ID. 

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

Clifford’s Valentine Fun
Clifford’s Valentine Fun at The Strong

Bring your sweetheart to the museum and meet Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Enjoy story readings of sweet tales, including Clifford’s Valentine’s Day. Play a valentine matching game and create a work of art for a loved one. Practice your aim with Cupid’s arrow and move your feet to the valentine hop. Included with general museum admission fees.

SCHOLASTIC and associated logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Scholastic Inc. CLIFFORD, CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG, CLIFFORD’S PUPPY DAYS and associated logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Norman Bridwell. Based on the Clifford book series © Norman Bridwell. All rights reserved

 

Events for February 3, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk
Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk

What is Kohlfahrt? Take a winter hike on the trails through the wintry landscapes of the Nature Center and Historic Village, stopping for fun and games as well as beer and wine samples, then add in a hearty German-style meal of sausages, brats, kale, potatoes, strudel, and more beer. Now that’s a Kohlfahrt adventure! 

Grab your most adventurous friends and be led on a winter walk through the historic village and our nature trails, stopping for drink tastings and games along the way that will have you laughing 'til you cry! After all that outdoor mayhem, the party continues in the banquet center with a sit-down meal to warm you back up. Vegetarian options available. 

 

This event is adults only, 21+. Please bring ID. 

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

avalon
Avalon at the George Eastman Museum

A tight-knit Jewish immigrant family living in the Avalon neighborhood of Baltimore is slowly unraveling, as each new generation embraces an American way of life (like moving to the suburbs). By the 1940s and 1950s, television plays a central symbolic role in the family’s assimilation and reveals the fracturing in small yet poignant moments: television replaces mealtime conversation, and two cousins of the younger generation create commercials for their burgeoning business using Americanized names. Avalon is the third in the semi-autobiographical tetralogy of “Baltimore films” by director Barry Levinson, who won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay for Avalon.

Gameday Brunch Blowout at the Crystal Lake Café | 2.3, 10a-3p
Gameday Brunch Blowout

Join us for our pre-pre-game party at our special extended Gameday Brunch! In addition to our popular brunch items, Chef Chris & Company will be adding in some must-have party faves: 4 types of chili, wings, chilidogs, hot pretzel & dip plates, and more. We’ll be seating in the Café the whole time, but we’re ramping up the celebration by adding seating in the Small Barn from 12-2 with live music! The El Caminos will be playing a fun, danceable mix of Alt Country, Americana & Cow-Punk to really get you in the partying mood.  And we’ll even have chili-to-go & wings-to-go, along with all your fave beers & wines that you can grab as you head off to your tailgates & parties! So get the party started early on game day with us – in true Americana style!

Events for February 4, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk
Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk

What is Kohlfahrt? Take a winter hike on the trails through the wintry landscapes of the Nature Center and Historic Village, stopping for fun and games as well as beer and wine samples, then add in a hearty German-style meal of sausages, brats, kale, potatoes, strudel, and more beer. Now that’s a Kohlfahrt adventure! 

Grab your most adventurous friends and be led on a winter walk through the historic village and our nature trails, stopping for drink tastings and games along the way that will have you laughing 'til you cry! After all that outdoor mayhem, the party continues in the banquet center with a sit-down meal to warm you back up. Vegetarian options available. 

 

This event is adults only, 21+. Please bring ID. 

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

The Bud Light Comedy Club

99.5 WOKN and 94 Rock present
THE BUD LIGHT COMEDY CLUB in Mandeville Hall 

The best in stand-up comedy!  A trio of hot comics entertain adult audience members in an intimate theater/night-club setting with both table and tiered seating.  Don’t miss your chance to laugh yourself silly in the area’s most popular and longest-running Comedy Club.

Events for February 5, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk
Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk

What is Kohlfahrt? Take a winter hike on the trails through the wintry landscapes of the Nature Center and Historic Village, stopping for fun and games as well as beer and wine samples, then add in a hearty German-style meal of sausages, brats, kale, potatoes, strudel, and more beer. Now that’s a Kohlfahrt adventure! 

Grab your most adventurous friends and be led on a winter walk through the historic village and our nature trails, stopping for drink tastings and games along the way that will have you laughing 'til you cry! After all that outdoor mayhem, the party continues in the banquet center with a sit-down meal to warm you back up. Vegetarian options available. 

 

This event is adults only, 21+. Please bring ID. 

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

Events for February 6, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk
Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk

What is Kohlfahrt? Take a winter hike on the trails through the wintry landscapes of the Nature Center and Historic Village, stopping for fun and games as well as beer and wine samples, then add in a hearty German-style meal of sausages, brats, kale, potatoes, strudel, and more beer. Now that’s a Kohlfahrt adventure! 

Grab your most adventurous friends and be led on a winter walk through the historic village and our nature trails, stopping for drink tastings and games along the way that will have you laughing 'til you cry! After all that outdoor mayhem, the party continues in the banquet center with a sit-down meal to warm you back up. Vegetarian options available. 

 

This event is adults only, 21+. Please bring ID. 

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

Events for February 7, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk
Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk

What is Kohlfahrt? Take a winter hike on the trails through the wintry landscapes of the Nature Center and Historic Village, stopping for fun and games as well as beer and wine samples, then add in a hearty German-style meal of sausages, brats, kale, potatoes, strudel, and more beer. Now that’s a Kohlfahrt adventure! 

Grab your most adventurous friends and be led on a winter walk through the historic village and our nature trails, stopping for drink tastings and games along the way that will have you laughing 'til you cry! After all that outdoor mayhem, the party continues in the banquet center with a sit-down meal to warm you back up. Vegetarian options available. 

 

This event is adults only, 21+. Please bring ID. 

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights 2019

13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights 2019

 

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com

 

Every Thursday Night January 10th – April 25th


5:00pm-8:00pm
$19.95 per person, plus tax & gratuity


13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Pasta-Night
Pasta Night returns to Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars on January 10th, 2019! Every Thursday through April 25th, local celebrities will serve fresh custom-made pasta dishes from a selection of homemade sauces, meats, fresh vegetables, garlic and herbs from 5:00-8:00pm. Enjoy a salad, bread and unlimited trips to the pasta station for only $19.95, with a portion of the proceeds each evening donated to a local charity! Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.  Please note: Pasta Night will not be offered on February 14th.

 

2019 PARTICIPANTS

1/10: Dundee Historical Society

1/17: Monty Stamp Education Foundation by Lakewood Vineyards

1/24: Hope Walk of Yates County

1/31: Finger Lakes Culinary Bounty

 

2/7: Child Advocacy Center of the Finger Lakes

2/14: Valentine's Day (No Pasta Night)

2/21: Schuyler Health Foundation

2/28: St. Mark's Episcopal Church - Penn Yan, New York

 

3/7: Ithaca Flotilla 2.2, Inc.

3/14: Live Like Liz, Inc.

3/21: Humane Society of Schuyler County

3/28: Many Hands Thrift Shop and Many Blessings Community Rescue Room-Odessa United Methodist

 

4/4: Children's Miracle Network

4/11: Cobblestone Springs

4/18: Our Town Rocks

4/25: Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association


* Schedule subject to change so please call ahead and make reservations.

Art Explorers’ Story Hour
Art Explorers’ Story Hour: Bundle Up

The Rockwell believes that museums act as community centers – a place for safe and authentic arts experiences for all audiences. That’s why we’re proud to once again partner with the Southeast Steuben County Library for Art Explorers’ Story Hour.

On the first Thursday of each month, Children’s Librarian Sue McConnell reads beloved stories thematically linked to The Rockwell’s art collection. This month, hear Sun Bread by Elisa Kleven – then explore and socialize with games and activities, connecting little ones to authentic arts experiences through storytime and un-plugged play.

Attendees are invited to explore the Museum after Story Hour for free, including a visit to the hands-on KIDS ROCKWELL Art Lab at no charge. 

Contact the Rockwell Museum Education Department with questions: 607.974.4707

Free and open to pre-school age children and their caregivers 
No registration required

Popovich
World Famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theater

New Visions presents
WORLD FAMOUS POPOVICH COMEDY PET THEATER

 

The World Famous Popovich is a fifth-generation Russian circus performer who learned early on how to develop strong bonds with animals. POPOVICH COMEDY PET THEATER has been voted “Best family show in Las Vegas” and were finalists on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT. Comedy Pet Theater features an amazing cast of housecats, dogs, parrots even geese and mice! Critics describe it as a unique blend of comedy, world-champion juggling, and the extraordinary talents of more than 30 performing pets. Gregory Popovich has rescued the animals from shelters all over the country and transformed them into Las Vegas stars, using positive reinforcement and working with the animals natural abilities to create a fun, one-of-a kind show.

 

Show Length: 2 hours with a 15 minute intermission

Events for February 8, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk
Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk

What is Kohlfahrt? Take a winter hike on the trails through the wintry landscapes of the Nature Center and Historic Village, stopping for fun and games as well as beer and wine samples, then add in a hearty German-style meal of sausages, brats, kale, potatoes, strudel, and more beer. Now that’s a Kohlfahrt adventure! 

Grab your most adventurous friends and be led on a winter walk through the historic village and our nature trails, stopping for drink tastings and games along the way that will have you laughing 'til you cry! After all that outdoor mayhem, the party continues in the banquet center with a sit-down meal to warm you back up. Vegetarian options available. 

 

This event is adults only, 21+. Please bring ID. 

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

Buttonwood Grove Rieslings
Premium Riesling and Cheese Flight

All 6 of our estate grown and produced Rieslings will be paired with fine gourmet cheeses selected to enhance the characteristics of each wine.  The guided tasting experience will be led by one of friendly and informative staff members, seated in front of our cozy fire.  Compare and contrast 6 wines produced from the same grape, including our premium barrel aged Frances Amelia Riesling, and our Riesling Ice Wine.  Find out why Riesling is the signature grape of the Finger Lakes!  Tickets are required and may be purchased on our website.  Seating is limited to 12 guests.

Yousuf Karsh: American Portraits Exhibition Opening Reception at The Rockwell Museum

Yousuf Karsh believed that “the heart and the mind are the true lens of the camera,” and he developed a genuine rapport with his subjects to fashion evocative and revealing portraits. This collection, on loan from the National Portrait Gallery, features the work of the celebrated photographer throughout a storied career that spanned more than six decades.

Displaying portraits of Americans who have distinguished themselves in fields as diverse as business, medicine, entertainment, politics and the arts, the exhibition includes portraits of Georgia O’Keeffe, Jonas Salk, Marian Anderson, Elizabeth Arden, I.M. Pei, Helen Keller, Andy Warhol, Muhammad Ali, and first ladies Eleanor Roosevelt and Jacqueline Kennedy.

This exhibition will be on view February 8 through May 5, 2019.

This exhibition has been organized by the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. This exhibition is made possible in part by CreAgent Marketing.

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

                       

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Every Friday from - January 11th – April 26th  

5:00 – 9:00pm
$16.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Fish-Fry-Friday
Every Friday at Veraisons from January 11th to April 26th, enjoy a beer-battered fish fry with rice pilaf and seasonal vegetables from 5:00-9:00pm. Add a glass or a flight of local beer, cider, or wine for only $5 more! Gluten free fish fry available. Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.

Please note: Fish Fry will not be offered on February 15th.

*Gluten Free Fish Fry Available

 

 

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Events for February 9, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk
Kohlfahrt: A German Winter Cabbage Walk

What is Kohlfahrt? Take a winter hike on the trails through the wintry landscapes of the Nature Center and Historic Village, stopping for fun and games as well as beer and wine samples, then add in a hearty German-style meal of sausages, brats, kale, potatoes, strudel, and more beer. Now that’s a Kohlfahrt adventure! 

Grab your most adventurous friends and be led on a winter walk through the historic village and our nature trails, stopping for drink tastings and games along the way that will have you laughing 'til you cry! After all that outdoor mayhem, the party continues in the banquet center with a sit-down meal to warm you back up. Vegetarian options available. 

 

This event is adults only, 21+. Please bring ID. 

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Andrew Collins Trio
Andrew Collins Trio

Clemens Center presents
ANDREW COLLINS TRIO

7x CFMA winner/5x JUNO nominee mando-maestro Andrew Collins is joined by fellow Trio string-meisters Mike Mezzatesta and James McEleney to showcase a popular collision of folk, new acoustic roots, chambergrass and jazz, not to mention a dizzying number and energetic interplay of instruments on stage. This dynamic genrehopping show is propelled even further by Andrew’s captivating lead vocals and James’ soaring harmonies.

They just released a new double album, grafting 11 vocal cuts (tongues) to 11 instrumentals (grooves) to create a seamless finish with their cleverly monikered Tongue & Groove.

Check your instrument at the door and join the group for a post-show Jam Session in Mandeville Hall – limited VIP tickets only $15!

Show Length: 90 minutes (two 45-minute sets) with a 20 minute intermission.  The running time of the post-show jam session is 60 minutes.

Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit Opening Celebration
Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit Opening Celebration at The Strong

Be transported to the backyard of six-year-old Dottie “Doc” McStuffins, where she cares for broken toys and stuffed animals.

Help Doc perform check-ups and diagnose toy patients, treat them in the magical McStuffins Toy Hospital, perform procedures in the Operating Room, and more. Opening weekend only, make your own doctor bag and “Big Book of Boo Boos”. Play a game of What’s in Ned’s Head and Little Organ Annie. Learn about keeping toys in good condition from The Strong's director of conservation who acts as the museum's “toy doctor.” Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for February 10, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit Opening Celebration
Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit Opening Celebration at The Strong

Be transported to the backyard of six-year-old Dottie “Doc” McStuffins, where she cares for broken toys and stuffed animals.

Help Doc perform check-ups and diagnose toy patients, treat them in the magical McStuffins Toy Hospital, perform procedures in the Operating Room, and more. Opening weekend only, make your own doctor bag and “Big Book of Boo Boos”. Play a game of What’s in Ned’s Head and Little Organ Annie. Learn about keeping toys in good condition from The Strong's director of conservation who acts as the museum's “toy doctor.” Included with general museum admission fees.

Feb winter wine and paint
February Winter Wine and Paint Workshop

Bring your friends and let the artist in you uncork while you follow along with instructor Michelle Lynn and paint a pair of wine glasses.

February's class will be painting love birds. The ticket includes paint instruction, 2 finished painted wine glasses,  (1) glass of Heron Hill wine and NYS Cheese.

Tickets available online at www.heronhill.com/event-tickets or at Heron Hill Winery on Keuka Lake

Events for February 11, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Pete the Cat
Pete the Cat

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production performed by TheaterWorksUSA

PETE THE CAT

When Pete the Cat gets caught rocking out after bedtime, the cat-catcher sends him to live with the Biddle family to learn his manners – and boy are they square! But for the groovy blue cat, life is an adventure no matter where you wind up, so the minute Pete walks in the door, he gets the whole family rocking. The whole family, that is, except for young Jimmy Biddle, the most organized second grader on planet earth. As the end of second grade approaches, Jimmy has a lot of tests, and the last thing he needs is some groovy cat in his life, changing his family and turning everything upside down. But when Jimmy draws a blank in art class during the last week of school, it turns out Pete is the perfect friend to help him out. Together, they set out on a mission to help Jimmy conquer second grade art, and along the way, they both learn a little something new about inspiration. Join Jimmy and Pete on an adventure of friendship, all the way to Paris and back in a VW Bus.

Recommended for grades Pre K-3 (55 minutes)

Curriculum Connections: Communication/Language Arts, Literature-Based, Music, Relationships & Family

 

Events for February 12, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Events for February 13, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Events for February 14, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Valentine's Day at the Beachcomber
Valentine's Day Dinner and Wine Pairing at the Beachcomber

Join us for a special Valentine's Day menu and wine pairing on Thursday, February 14th. Our Chefs will craft seven courses paired with specialty wines. Celebrate with your loved ones!

Please call for reservations.

Table setting at La Tourelle's Bistro
Valentine's Day Dinner at La Tourelle

Join La Tourelle & Experience! The Finger Lakes for an intimate Valentine’s Day dinner in the Inn’s Bistro. This year, La Tourelle’s executive chef, Jack Applegarth and our resident Sommelier Laura Winter Falk have teamed up to create a one of kind wine and dinner pairing with 6 delectable courses. Mediterranean specialties will be paired with carefully selected regional Spanish wines. It will surely be an evening to remember!

To make your reservation, contact La Tourelle at 607-273-2734 or email at info@latourelle.com. The evening will be capped at 25 guests, so seating is very limited!

Overnight packages available starting at $285 for 2-person dinner with Traditional Queen overnight stay. Upgrade to a Fireplace King room featuring a gas fireplace, jetted tub, and balcony plus dinner for two for only $315! (overnight package booked directly through La Tourelle)

To view the menu and make reservations, visit La Tourelle’s Valentine’s Dinner Event Page.

Valentine's Day Dining at Veraisons Restaurant

Valentine’s Day Dining at Veraisons Restaurant


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

800.243.5513

Valentine Weekend Dining
https://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Valentine-Dining
February 14-17, 2019

Celebrate with the one you love at Veraisons! In addition to our regular menus, we'll be offering the specials below for lunch and dinner. Reservations are strongly suggested!

 

Valentine's Lunch

Lunch for Two | $30 per couple*

*Two entrees with a shared dessert, plus tax & gratuity.

 

Entree Choices

Select two: Carne Guisada, Apple Chicken Salad, Ham and Chorizo Panini, Turkey Reuben, Muffaletta, Beet Burger, Chimichurri Tacos, or Cuban

*Excludes Beef Burger

 

Shared Dessert

 

Dinner Specials

Appetizer:

Roasted Beet Salad $12

Lively Run goat cheese, micro green salad, beet vinaigrette, salt roasted pistachios

GF, v

 

Entrees:

Wild Boar Chop $42

cheddar grits, haricot vert, trumpet mushrooms, bourbon plum jam

GF, NF

 

Grilled Porterhouse for Two $80

First Course - Veraisons Salad to share

Second Course - Porterhouse steak, creamed brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes, onion rings

GF, NF

 

Dessert:

Passion Fruit Cake $12

coconut cream, white chocolate, passion fruit, coconut crumble, coconut ice cream

NF, v

 

GF = Gluten Free  |  DF = Dairy Free  |  v =  Vegetarian  |  V = Vegan | NF = Nut Free
 

Regular menus also available

Reservations Required

Reserve a table online today at https://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Reservations.
For parties of 6 or more, please call 800.243.5513 for reservations.

 

Valentine's Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

Valentine’s Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars
 

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

800.243.5513


Valentine's Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

Package Available February 14-17, 2019
http://www.glenora.com/Inn/Valentine-Package

Treat your sweetheart to a romantic Finger Lakes getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars. We offer three room types, each with a private balcony or patio overlooking Seneca Lake and the vineyards.

 

Package Includes:

$100 Gift Card to Veraisons

Valentine Floral Arrangement from Stillman's (Upgrade to a Dozen Red Roses for $40)

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Brut Chocolate Truffles by Keuka Candy Emporium

Bottle of Glenora Brut

Rates:

February 14 & 17: Rates start at $310

February 15 & 16: Rates start at $350

 

All stays include a glass of Glenora sparkling wine at check-in, wine tasting tickets for the winery, and a bottle of Glenora wine in each room.

*Prices are based on a one night stay, double occupancy and do not include taxes or gratuity.

 

Package Add-ons:

Make your stay extra special with the following add-on amenities:

Aromatherapy $50

Robes and Slippers  $140

Local Cheese Sampler $25

$50 Gift Card for $45

Dozen Red Roses $90

 

Above amenities can be added to our Valentine's Getaway Package OR you may create your own package at our regular room rates by adding any add-ons to your stay.

 

Reservations Required

Call 800.243.5513 to book your stay today!

 

 

 

 

Bye Bye Cupid: An Alternative Valentine's Party
Bye Bye Cupid: An Alternative Valentine's Party

Not feeling the candlelit table for two this year? Whether you're single and ready to mingle, paired off and looking to party, or relationship status "It's complicated," We. Want. You. Put the box of chocolates back on the shelf and come celebrate you and yo' big bad self. We're throwing Ithaca's alternative valentine's party and everyone's invited.

$35 includes light hors d'oeuvres, 2 drink tickets (cash bar after), and an entry into our Alternative Valentine’s Day raffle.


Plus, we've got prizes, music, and more!

Couples' Candlelight Valentine's Day Dinner
Couples' Candlelight Valentine's Day Dinner

Hello lovebirds, we have a special event for you and your significant other! Enjoy a fine dining experience with us at New Hope Mills. We are transforming our dining area into a unique romantic aromatic aura you can't experience anywhere else. Enjoy a full course meal planned and curated by our fine dining chefs, and enjoy signature mocktails to take your taste buds on a whirlwind of flavors. This event will be by reservation only, so call (315) 370-3039 to save a table. We'll have this event running for 3 nights, so you'll have your chance to snag a table before they're all gone!

Valentine's Night Dinner at the Crystal Lake Café at Americana Vineyards
Valentine's Night Dinner

Make your reservations for you and your love now for our annual Valentine's Night Dinner, on Thursday, February 14! Chef Chris & Company pull out all the stops to create an amazing gourmet ala carte menu for your dining pleasure. Choose to dine in the Small Barn with music by Blue Skies, or in the Café by candlelight!

Seating starts at 5pm with the last seating at 8:30pm, and reservations are required. Call the Café 607.387.6904 or Winery 607.387.6801 to reserve your time and location -- Small Barn or Café.

Events for February 15, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Valentine's Day Dining at Veraisons Restaurant

Valentine’s Day Dining at Veraisons Restaurant


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

800.243.5513

Valentine Weekend Dining
https://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Valentine-Dining
February 14-17, 2019

Celebrate with the one you love at Veraisons! In addition to our regular menus, we'll be offering the specials below for lunch and dinner. Reservations are strongly suggested!

 

Valentine's Lunch

Lunch for Two | $30 per couple*

*Two entrees with a shared dessert, plus tax & gratuity.

 

Entree Choices

Select two: Carne Guisada, Apple Chicken Salad, Ham and Chorizo Panini, Turkey Reuben, Muffaletta, Beet Burger, Chimichurri Tacos, or Cuban

*Excludes Beef Burger

 

Shared Dessert

 

Dinner Specials

Appetizer:

Roasted Beet Salad $12

Lively Run goat cheese, micro green salad, beet vinaigrette, salt roasted pistachios

GF, v

 

Entrees:

Wild Boar Chop $42

cheddar grits, haricot vert, trumpet mushrooms, bourbon plum jam

GF, NF

 

Grilled Porterhouse for Two $80

First Course - Veraisons Salad to share

Second Course - Porterhouse steak, creamed brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes, onion rings

GF, NF

 

Dessert:

Passion Fruit Cake $12

coconut cream, white chocolate, passion fruit, coconut crumble, coconut ice cream

NF, v

 

GF = Gluten Free  |  DF = Dairy Free  |  v =  Vegetarian  |  V = Vegan | NF = Nut Free
 

Regular menus also available

Reservations Required

Reserve a table online today at https://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Reservations.
For parties of 6 or more, please call 800.243.5513 for reservations.

 

Valentine's Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

Valentine’s Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars
 

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

800.243.5513


Valentine's Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

Package Available February 14-17, 2019
http://www.glenora.com/Inn/Valentine-Package

Treat your sweetheart to a romantic Finger Lakes getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars. We offer three room types, each with a private balcony or patio overlooking Seneca Lake and the vineyards.

 

Package Includes:

$100 Gift Card to Veraisons

Valentine Floral Arrangement from Stillman's (Upgrade to a Dozen Red Roses for $40)

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Brut Chocolate Truffles by Keuka Candy Emporium

Bottle of Glenora Brut

Rates:

February 14 & 17: Rates start at $310

February 15 & 16: Rates start at $350

 

All stays include a glass of Glenora sparkling wine at check-in, wine tasting tickets for the winery, and a bottle of Glenora wine in each room.

*Prices are based on a one night stay, double occupancy and do not include taxes or gratuity.

 

Package Add-ons:

Make your stay extra special with the following add-on amenities:

Aromatherapy $50

Robes and Slippers  $140

Local Cheese Sampler $25

$50 Gift Card for $45

Dozen Red Roses $90

 

Above amenities can be added to our Valentine's Getaway Package OR you may create your own package at our regular room rates by adding any add-ons to your stay.

 

Reservations Required

Call 800.243.5513 to book your stay today!

 

 

 

 

Couples' Candlelight Valentine's Day Dinner
Couples' Candlelight Valentine's Day Dinner

Hello lovebirds, we have a special event for you and your significant other! Enjoy a fine dining experience with us at New Hope Mills. We are transforming our dining area into a unique romantic aromatic aura you can't experience anywhere else. Enjoy a full course meal planned and curated by our fine dining chefs, and enjoy signature mocktails to take your taste buds on a whirlwind of flavors. This event will be by reservation only, so call (315) 370-3039 to save a table. We'll have this event running for 3 nights, so you'll have your chance to snag a table before they're all gone!

Valentine's Weekend at Americana: Chocolate, Wine, Roses & Beer!
Chocolate, Wine & Roses -AND BEER!- Weekend

It's our annual Valentine's Weekend celebration where we show you, our awesome customers, a little extra love! Receive a complimentary rose with any purchase in the Winery or in the Café, and partake of decadent wine & fudge pairings in the Winery and beer & fudge pairings down in the Taproom. Plus we'll have a special weekend wine deal and dance bands you'll just love all weekend long! 

CWR&B WEEKEND BANDS:
2.15 Backtalk Band | 6-8p
2.16 The Auroras w Lily Ellis | 6-8p
2.17 Yardvarks | 4-6p

Buttonwood Grove Rieslings
Premium Riesling and Cheese Flight

All 6 of our estate grown and produced Rieslings will be paired with fine gourmet cheeses selected to enhance the characteristics of each wine.  The guided tasting experience will be led by one of friendly and informative staff members, seated in front of our cozy fire.  Compare and contrast 6 wines produced from the same grape, including our premium barrel aged Frances Amelia Riesling, and our Riesling Ice Wine.  Find out why Riesling is the signature grape of the Finger Lakes! Tickets are required and may be purchased on our website.  Seating is limited to 12 guests.

Valentines Special White Deer Tours
Valentines Special

Share the Beauty and the History with this unique experience with your special someone for Valentines.  As part of Seneca White Deer's Celebration of Valentines, we are offering a complimentary 750 ml Bottle of White Wine to any two people who take a Tour on February 15th thru the 17th.  Book your White Deer Tour Today!

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR in Mandeville Hall

For more information on Elmira Little Theatre, visit elmiralittletheatre.com or visit Elmira Little Theatre on Facebook.

By Ken Ludwig

It’s 1934 and world-famous opera star, Tito Morelli, is appearing for one night only with the Cleveland Grand Opera. But when he can’t perform, characters scramble to somehow save the evening and their opera company. You won’t want to miss this riotous tale of mistaken identities and unexpected romance!

sock hop
LOVE ME TENDER ~Valentine's Day Sock Hop, Dance & Live ELVIS Tribute Show!

The Keuka Candy Emporium presents

LOVE ME TENDER

A Valentine's Celebration

50's Sock Hop Cande

Live Elvis Tribute Show

Contests ~ Raffles ~ Prizes ~ Loads of Fun!

Events for February 16, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Valentine's Day Dining at Veraisons Restaurant

Valentine’s Day Dining at Veraisons Restaurant


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

800.243.5513

Valentine Weekend Dining
https://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Valentine-Dining
February 14-17, 2019

Celebrate with the one you love at Veraisons! In addition to our regular menus, we'll be offering the specials below for lunch and dinner. Reservations are strongly suggested!

 

Valentine's Lunch

Lunch for Two | $30 per couple*

*Two entrees with a shared dessert, plus tax & gratuity.

 

Entree Choices

Select two: Carne Guisada, Apple Chicken Salad, Ham and Chorizo Panini, Turkey Reuben, Muffaletta, Beet Burger, Chimichurri Tacos, or Cuban

*Excludes Beef Burger

 

Shared Dessert

 

Dinner Specials

Appetizer:

Roasted Beet Salad $12

Lively Run goat cheese, micro green salad, beet vinaigrette, salt roasted pistachios

GF, v

 

Entrees:

Wild Boar Chop $42

cheddar grits, haricot vert, trumpet mushrooms, bourbon plum jam

GF, NF

 

Grilled Porterhouse for Two $80

First Course - Veraisons Salad to share

Second Course - Porterhouse steak, creamed brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes, onion rings

GF, NF

 

Dessert:

Passion Fruit Cake $12

coconut cream, white chocolate, passion fruit, coconut crumble, coconut ice cream

NF, v

 

GF = Gluten Free  |  DF = Dairy Free  |  v =  Vegetarian  |  V = Vegan | NF = Nut Free
 

Regular menus also available

Reservations Required

Reserve a table online today at https://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Reservations.
For parties of 6 or more, please call 800.243.5513 for reservations.

 

Valentine's Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

Valentine’s Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars
 

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

800.243.5513


Valentine's Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

Package Available February 14-17, 2019
http://www.glenora.com/Inn/Valentine-Package

Treat your sweetheart to a romantic Finger Lakes getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars. We offer three room types, each with a private balcony or patio overlooking Seneca Lake and the vineyards.

 

Package Includes:

$100 Gift Card to Veraisons

Valentine Floral Arrangement from Stillman's (Upgrade to a Dozen Red Roses for $40)

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Brut Chocolate Truffles by Keuka Candy Emporium

Bottle of Glenora Brut

Rates:

February 14 & 17: Rates start at $310

February 15 & 16: Rates start at $350

 

All stays include a glass of Glenora sparkling wine at check-in, wine tasting tickets for the winery, and a bottle of Glenora wine in each room.

*Prices are based on a one night stay, double occupancy and do not include taxes or gratuity.

 

Package Add-ons:

Make your stay extra special with the following add-on amenities:

Aromatherapy $50

Robes and Slippers  $140

Local Cheese Sampler $25

$50 Gift Card for $45

Dozen Red Roses $90

 

Above amenities can be added to our Valentine's Getaway Package OR you may create your own package at our regular room rates by adding any add-ons to your stay.

 

Reservations Required

Call 800.243.5513 to book your stay today!

 

 

 

 

Couples' Candlelight Valentine's Day Dinner
Couples' Candlelight Valentine's Day Dinner

Hello lovebirds, we have a special event for you and your significant other! Enjoy a fine dining experience with us at New Hope Mills. We are transforming our dining area into a unique romantic aromatic aura you can't experience anywhere else. Enjoy a full course meal planned and curated by our fine dining chefs, and enjoy signature mocktails to take your taste buds on a whirlwind of flavors. This event will be by reservation only, so call (315) 370-3039 to save a table. We'll have this event running for 3 nights, so you'll have your chance to snag a table before they're all gone!

Valentine's Weekend at Americana: Chocolate, Wine, Roses & Beer!
Chocolate, Wine & Roses -AND BEER!- Weekend

It's our annual Valentine's Weekend celebration where we show you, our awesome customers, a little extra love! Receive a complimentary rose with any purchase in the Winery or in the Café, and partake of decadent wine & fudge pairings in the Winery and beer & fudge pairings down in the Taproom. Plus we'll have a special weekend wine deal and dance bands you'll just love all weekend long! 

CWR&B WEEKEND BANDS:
2.15 Backtalk Band | 6-8p
2.16 The Auroras w Lily Ellis | 6-8p
2.17 Yardvarks | 4-6p

Valentines Special White Deer Tours
Valentines Special

Share the Beauty and the History with this unique experience with your special someone for Valentines.  As part of Seneca White Deer's Celebration of Valentines, we are offering a complimentary 750 ml Bottle of White Wine to any two people who take a Tour on February 15th thru the 17th.  Book your White Deer Tour Today!

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR in Mandeville Hall

For more information on Elmira Little Theatre, visit elmiralittletheatre.com or visit Elmira Little Theatre on Facebook.

By Ken Ludwig

It’s 1934 and world-famous opera star, Tito Morelli, is appearing for one night only with the Cleveland Grand Opera. But when he can’t perform, characters scramble to somehow save the evening and their opera company. You won’t want to miss this riotous tale of mistaken identities and unexpected romance!

Fox Run's Valentine's Day Wine Dinner
Valentine's Day Wine Dinner

This menu is inspired by and hinges on procuring the finest quality ingredients, both locally and from afar. Each course delightfully harmonizes with Fox Run's wines—a combination that will warm your heart and soul.

Let us indulge you with five delicious courses paired with five incredible wines. Rumor has it our winemakers are even planning on sharing one or two of their favorites from the Fox Run Library! These are choice wines that we've aged to optimum maturity, and are only available at this dinner. This is truly a unique event that you do not want to miss! General Tickets are $85 + tax and service/Wine Club Tickets are $76.50 + tax and service.

Course 1: Cream & Green Pea Soup, Smoked Bacon “dipper”, Cheddar Biscuits

Course 2: Curly Shrimp & Lobster Cannelloni with Oven Dried Tomatoes, Muranda “Lady of the Lake”

Course 3: Roasted Chicken & Smoked Ham wrapped in Savoy Cabbage, Mashed Kennebec Potatoes, and a Raspberry Traminette Glaze

Course 4: Warm Beet Salad, Pickled Red Onions Dressing, Hard Boiled Egg, Maggie's Greens

Course 5: Chocolate Souffle´, Chocolate Truffle Square, Chocolate Brioche with Brandied Cherries & Apricots
*Wines to be determined

*Due to the nature of this event, we are not able to alter the menu for dietary restrictions*

Reservations can be made online or by calling the winery 315-536-4616. There is a maximum of 40 seats available. Reservations must be made by February 13.

Lifesize snow family
Winter Break at the Corning Museum of Glass

Shake off the snow and stop into the Museum during winter break. Find lots of family-friendly activities that will keep both you and the kids happy and busy. Admission for kids and teens (17 and under) is always free, and local residents (living in ZIP codes beginning with 148, 149, or 169) can visit for just $10, making the full line-up of events and activities an affordable option for families of all sizes.

MAKE YOUR OWN GLASS

Enjoy extended Make Your Own Glass hours. Try your hand at glassmaking (additional fee). Projects exist for all ages. We recommend booking ahead of time.

YOU DESIGN IT; WE MAKE IT!

Submit a drawing of something you’d like to see come alive in glass. At select Hot Glass Demos throughout the day, glassmakers will choose a drawing and make that piece from start to finish. Learn more

GLASSMAKING DEMOS

Watch as expert glassmakers transform molten glass into beautiful objects at the live, narrated Hot Glass Demos. Don’t miss the Flameworking, Glass Breaking, and Optical Fiber Demos. All demonstrations are included in the cost of admission.

THE GLASS ROUND UP

Ready to use your super-sleuthing abilities? See if you can find some of our favorite round objects in the galleries. You might even find some favorites of your own while you search.

WINTER WONDERS GALLERY HUNT

Explore the galleries to find objects inspired by the winter season. Search for stars, boots, holly, and more. Download the Gallery Hunt

GLASS SNOW FAMILY

Don’t miss our adorable life-size snow family, including Pi-Rex the snow dog—guaranteed not to melt indoors, on view in the Museum Shops. 

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

Experience Mars at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center
We're going to Mars!

Wings of Eagles will be open on Saturdays and Sundays only (except by appointment for school and tour groups) while we finish preparing to open our new exhibit MARS BASE EAGLE in the coming weeks.  Please check often at www.wingsofeagles.com for updates.  Please plan to Experience Mars which will be home to our 2 new Mission (Escape) Rooms!

Wine Dinner
Everything that Sparkles Wine Dinner at Inns of Aurora

Elevate your senses and explore the delicate world of sparkling wine. Just following Valentine’s Day, this dinner is the perfect way to extend the ambience of romance embodied by this lover’s holiday—whether you’re celebrating with your favorite sweetheart or getting together with your favorite people for an unforgettable evening out. 

From prosecco to cava to champagne, each sparkling wine has its own subtle yet vibrant story to tell, revealing their nuanced flavors and distinct winemaking style with each effervescent sip. These characteristics are ever so enhanced and made exponentially more delightful when paired with an exquisite meal. 

Cheryl Wheeler
Cheryl Wheeler with special guest Kenny White at the Hangar Theatre

DSP Shows Present: Cheryl Wheeler with special guest Kenny White

Ticket Prices: $25 advanced, $30 day of show. Can be purchased online, in person at the State Theatre Box Office, or by calling TICKETFLY at (877)987-6487. Tickets are NOT available for purchase at the Hangar Theatre, except for night-of-show.

FREE FISHING DAYS

ALBANY, N.Y. — 

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the first of several statewide free fishing days in New York will take place this weekend, Saturday, Feb. 16, and Sunday, Feb. 17. During these designated days, residents and visitors are permitted to fish for free without a fishing license.

“Presidents’ Day weekend was specifically selected as one of New York’s free fishing weekends because so many kids are out of school and families are looking for fun activities to do together,” Commissioner Basil Seggos said. “Ice fishing is a great way to reconnect with the outdoors and can easily be combined with ice skating, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, or other activities for a fun and healthy day outside. To continue the fun and support the sport, New Yorkers are encouraged to purchase a NYS fishing license.”

The free fishing days program is part of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's NY Open for Fishing and Hunting Initiative and the upcoming free fishing days are the first of several planned for 2019, including June 29-30, Sept. 28 (National Hunting and Fishing Day), and Nov. 11 (Veterans Day). The free fishing days program began in 1991 to give people who might not fish a chance to try the rewarding sport at no cost, introduce people to a new hobby, and encourage people to support the sport by purchasing a New York State fishing license.

Winter anglers can catch a variety of fish while ice fishing, primarily perch, sunfish, pickerel, northern, and walleye. In addition, many waters throughout New York State are open to fishing for trout, lake trout, and landlocked salmon.

DEC reminds anglers to put safety first when ice fishing. This is particularly important during periods of freezing and thawing that most areas of New York have been experiencing lately. Four inches of solid ice is usually safe for anglers accessing ice on foot. However, ice thickness can vary on every waterbody or even within the same waterbody. Anglers should be particularly wary of areas of moving water and around boat docks and houses where bubblers may be installed to reduce ice buildup. The presence of snowmobile tracks or footprints on the ice should not be taken as evidence of safe ice conditions. Individuals are strongly encouraged to check ice conditions and avoid situations that appear to present even a remote risk. Testing the thickness of ice can easily be done with an auger or ice spud at various spots.

Anglers are reminded to take these important steps when using baitfish while ice fishing:

  • Follow the baitfish regulations to prevent the spread of harmful fish diseases and invasive species;
  • Use only certified disease-free baitfish purchased at a local tackle store or use only personally collected bait fish for use in the same waterbody in which they were caught;
  • Do not reuse baitfish in another waterbody if you have replaced the water they were purchased in; and
  • Dump unused baitfish and water in an appropriate location on dry land.
Winter Snowshoeing with the Montezuma Audubon Center
Winter Snowshoe Event with the Montezuma Audubon Center

Explore the snowy vineyards and surrounding woods and gullies with certified Audubon naturalists! Our annual snowshoeing event starts out with an informative nature hike, interpreting signs of winter wildlife activity.  Afterwards, we'll head into the tasting room to warm up and enjoy guided wine and food samples.  The highlight of the program will be a visit from Daena Ford of Braddock Bay Raptor Research with her live birds of prey.  If you've never seen an owl or a hawk up close, now's your chance! 

$30/person includes snowshoe rental, $25/person without rental.

Children under 12:  $20 with snowshoes, $15 without. 

In the event that there is no snow, the activity will be a winter hike. 
Reservations are required, and can be made by calling the Montezuma Audubon Center at 315-365-3588.

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Enhanced Romance

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Enhanced Romance
Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee New York 14837

www.glenora.com              

Call 800.243.5513

 

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Enhanced Romance
February 16, 2019 at 1:00 & 3:00PM

http://www.glenora.com/Winery/Taste-Tour-Tapas
A food and wine experience featuring sister wineries Glenora Wine Cellars, Knapp Winery, and Chateau LaFayette and tapas-style plates by Chef Orlando of Veraisons Restaurant. Enjoy a tour of Glenora’s cellar followed by a food and wine pairing in their reserve tasting room. February’s theme is Enhanced Romance. Each attendee will receive a Glenora logo glass to take home and complimentary tasting tickets to Knapp and Chateau. Reservations strongly suggested. Offered at 1:00pm and 3:00pm. $25/Person in Advance, $30/Person at the Door. Purchase tickets online or call 800.243.5513!

February Menu

Pomegranate Glazed Pork Medallion with Micro Green Arugula Salad

Pairing: Knapp Pinot Noir

 

Bistro Steak with Mole and Corn Avocado Salsa

Pairing: CLR Roaring Red

 

Chocolate Covered Strawberries and Honey

Pairing: Glenora Blanc de Blanc

 

Wine & Food pairing event at Radisson Hotel Corning
Corks & Forks - Atwater

We will feature four courses all paired with wines from our featured local winery:
Atwater Estate Vinyards

Terms & Conditions


Gratuity is NOT included in the ticket price.


Online purchase fee is passed on to the consumer.

Owl Moon
Owl Moon

Under an almost-full moon, on Saturday, Feb. 16, have a nighttime owl adventure!

Take a guided walk through wintry woods, then enjoy getting up close with owls during a live presentation by Wild Wings, Inc. of Honeoye Falls. We’ll also be reading the Caldecott Medal-winning Owl Moon by Jane Yolen, toasting marshmallows by the campfire, and sipping complimentary hot chocolate. A perfect wintry celebration of the majestic owl! Reservations required.

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

Erth
Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure

New Visions presents
ERTH’S PREHISTORIC AQUARIUM ADVENTURE

The creators of Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live want to take your family on an all new adventure – this time to the bottom of the ocean.   Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure is an immersive experience that invites you to jump in and explore unknown ocean depths where prehistoric marine reptiles lived eons ago – and maybe live still today!  Erth shows are at the forefront of family entertainment, using actors, technology, puppets, science and imagination to create an amazing visual experience that connects young audiences to the real science of paleontology.

Show Length: 55 minutes with no intermission

Events for February 17, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Valentine's Day Dining at Veraisons Restaurant

Valentine’s Day Dining at Veraisons Restaurant


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

800.243.5513

Valentine Weekend Dining
https://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Valentine-Dining
February 14-17, 2019

Celebrate with the one you love at Veraisons! In addition to our regular menus, we'll be offering the specials below for lunch and dinner. Reservations are strongly suggested!

 

Valentine's Lunch

Lunch for Two | $30 per couple*

*Two entrees with a shared dessert, plus tax & gratuity.

 

Entree Choices

Select two: Carne Guisada, Apple Chicken Salad, Ham and Chorizo Panini, Turkey Reuben, Muffaletta, Beet Burger, Chimichurri Tacos, or Cuban

*Excludes Beef Burger

 

Shared Dessert

 

Dinner Specials

Appetizer:

Roasted Beet Salad $12

Lively Run goat cheese, micro green salad, beet vinaigrette, salt roasted pistachios

GF, v

 

Entrees:

Wild Boar Chop $42

cheddar grits, haricot vert, trumpet mushrooms, bourbon plum jam

GF, NF

 

Grilled Porterhouse for Two $80

First Course - Veraisons Salad to share

Second Course - Porterhouse steak, creamed brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes, onion rings

GF, NF

 

Dessert:

Passion Fruit Cake $12

coconut cream, white chocolate, passion fruit, coconut crumble, coconut ice cream

NF, v

 

GF = Gluten Free  |  DF = Dairy Free  |  v =  Vegetarian  |  V = Vegan | NF = Nut Free
 

Regular menus also available

Reservations Required

Reserve a table online today at https://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Reservations.
For parties of 6 or more, please call 800.243.5513 for reservations.

 

Valentine's Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

Valentine’s Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars
 

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

800.243.5513


Valentine's Day Getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

Package Available February 14-17, 2019
http://www.glenora.com/Inn/Valentine-Package

Treat your sweetheart to a romantic Finger Lakes getaway at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars. We offer three room types, each with a private balcony or patio overlooking Seneca Lake and the vineyards.

 

Package Includes:

$100 Gift Card to Veraisons

Valentine Floral Arrangement from Stillman's (Upgrade to a Dozen Red Roses for $40)

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Brut Chocolate Truffles by Keuka Candy Emporium

Bottle of Glenora Brut

Rates:

February 14 & 17: Rates start at $310

February 15 & 16: Rates start at $350

 

All stays include a glass of Glenora sparkling wine at check-in, wine tasting tickets for the winery, and a bottle of Glenora wine in each room.

*Prices are based on a one night stay, double occupancy and do not include taxes or gratuity.

 

Package Add-ons:

Make your stay extra special with the following add-on amenities:

Aromatherapy $50

Robes and Slippers  $140

Local Cheese Sampler $25

$50 Gift Card for $45

Dozen Red Roses $90

 

Above amenities can be added to our Valentine's Getaway Package OR you may create your own package at our regular room rates by adding any add-ons to your stay.

 

Reservations Required

Call 800.243.5513 to book your stay today!

 

 

 

 

Valentine's Weekend at Americana: Chocolate, Wine, Roses & Beer!
Chocolate, Wine & Roses -AND BEER!- Weekend

It's our annual Valentine's Weekend celebration where we show you, our awesome customers, a little extra love! Receive a complimentary rose with any purchase in the Winery or in the Café, and partake of decadent wine & fudge pairings in the Winery and beer & fudge pairings down in the Taproom. Plus we'll have a special weekend wine deal and dance bands you'll just love all weekend long! 

CWR&B WEEKEND BANDS:
2.15 Backtalk Band | 6-8p
2.16 The Auroras w Lily Ellis | 6-8p
2.17 Yardvarks | 4-6p

Valentines Special White Deer Tours
Valentines Special

Share the Beauty and the History with this unique experience with your special someone for Valentines.  As part of Seneca White Deer's Celebration of Valentines, we are offering a complimentary 750 ml Bottle of White Wine to any two people who take a Tour on February 15th thru the 17th.  Book your White Deer Tour Today!

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR in Mandeville Hall

For more information on Elmira Little Theatre, visit elmiralittletheatre.com or visit Elmira Little Theatre on Facebook.

By Ken Ludwig

It’s 1934 and world-famous opera star, Tito Morelli, is appearing for one night only with the Cleveland Grand Opera. But when he can’t perform, characters scramble to somehow save the evening and their opera company. You won’t want to miss this riotous tale of mistaken identities and unexpected romance!

Lifesize snow family
Winter Break at the Corning Museum of Glass

Shake off the snow and stop into the Museum during winter break. Find lots of family-friendly activities that will keep both you and the kids happy and busy. Admission for kids and teens (17 and under) is always free, and local residents (living in ZIP codes beginning with 148, 149, or 169) can visit for just $10, making the full line-up of events and activities an affordable option for families of all sizes.

MAKE YOUR OWN GLASS

Enjoy extended Make Your Own Glass hours. Try your hand at glassmaking (additional fee). Projects exist for all ages. We recommend booking ahead of time.

YOU DESIGN IT; WE MAKE IT!

Submit a drawing of something you’d like to see come alive in glass. At select Hot Glass Demos throughout the day, glassmakers will choose a drawing and make that piece from start to finish. Learn more

GLASSMAKING DEMOS

Watch as expert glassmakers transform molten glass into beautiful objects at the live, narrated Hot Glass Demos. Don’t miss the Flameworking, Glass Breaking, and Optical Fiber Demos. All demonstrations are included in the cost of admission.

THE GLASS ROUND UP

Ready to use your super-sleuthing abilities? See if you can find some of our favorite round objects in the galleries. You might even find some favorites of your own while you search.

WINTER WONDERS GALLERY HUNT

Explore the galleries to find objects inspired by the winter season. Search for stars, boots, holly, and more. Download the Gallery Hunt

GLASS SNOW FAMILY

Don’t miss our adorable life-size snow family, including Pi-Rex the snow dog—guaranteed not to melt indoors, on view in the Museum Shops. 

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

Experience Mars at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center
We're going to Mars!

Wings of Eagles will be open on Saturdays and Sundays only (except by appointment for school and tour groups) while we finish preparing to open our new exhibit MARS BASE EAGLE in the coming weeks.  Please check often at www.wingsofeagles.com for updates.  Please plan to Experience Mars which will be home to our 2 new Mission (Escape) Rooms!

FREE FISHING DAYS

ALBANY, N.Y. — 

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the first of several statewide free fishing days in New York will take place this weekend, Saturday, Feb. 16, and Sunday, Feb. 17. During these designated days, residents and visitors are permitted to fish for free without a fishing license.

“Presidents’ Day weekend was specifically selected as one of New York’s free fishing weekends because so many kids are out of school and families are looking for fun activities to do together,” Commissioner Basil Seggos said. “Ice fishing is a great way to reconnect with the outdoors and can easily be combined with ice skating, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, or other activities for a fun and healthy day outside. To continue the fun and support the sport, New Yorkers are encouraged to purchase a NYS fishing license.”

The free fishing days program is part of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's NY Open for Fishing and Hunting Initiative and the upcoming free fishing days are the first of several planned for 2019, including June 29-30, Sept. 28 (National Hunting and Fishing Day), and Nov. 11 (Veterans Day). The free fishing days program began in 1991 to give people who might not fish a chance to try the rewarding sport at no cost, introduce people to a new hobby, and encourage people to support the sport by purchasing a New York State fishing license.

Winter anglers can catch a variety of fish while ice fishing, primarily perch, sunfish, pickerel, northern, and walleye. In addition, many waters throughout New York State are open to fishing for trout, lake trout, and landlocked salmon.

DEC reminds anglers to put safety first when ice fishing. This is particularly important during periods of freezing and thawing that most areas of New York have been experiencing lately. Four inches of solid ice is usually safe for anglers accessing ice on foot. However, ice thickness can vary on every waterbody or even within the same waterbody. Anglers should be particularly wary of areas of moving water and around boat docks and houses where bubblers may be installed to reduce ice buildup. The presence of snowmobile tracks or footprints on the ice should not be taken as evidence of safe ice conditions. Individuals are strongly encouraged to check ice conditions and avoid situations that appear to present even a remote risk. Testing the thickness of ice can easily be done with an auger or ice spud at various spots.

Anglers are reminded to take these important steps when using baitfish while ice fishing:

  • Follow the baitfish regulations to prevent the spread of harmful fish diseases and invasive species;
  • Use only certified disease-free baitfish purchased at a local tackle store or use only personally collected bait fish for use in the same waterbody in which they were caught;
  • Do not reuse baitfish in another waterbody if you have replaced the water they were purchased in; and
  • Dump unused baitfish and water in an appropriate location on dry land.
mamele
Mamele at the George Eastman Museum

Molly Picon, “Queen of the Yiddish Musical,” shines as Mamele (the little mother), the dutiful daughter keeping her family intact after the death of their mother. She’s so busy cooking, cleaning, and matchmaking for her brothers and sisters that she has little time for herself—until she discovers the violinist across the courtyard. Following the success of Yiddle With His Fiddle (Yidl mitn fidl, 1936), Picon and director Joseph Green teamed again for Mamele, which, like Yiddle, was filmed in Poland. Set in Łódź, this musical comedy drama embraces the diversity of interwar Jewish life in Poland, including no-goodniks and the unemployed, nightclubs and gangsters, and religious Jews celebrating Sukkot.

Events for February 18, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Lifesize snow family
Winter Break at the Corning Museum of Glass

Shake off the snow and stop into the Museum during winter break. Find lots of family-friendly activities that will keep both you and the kids happy and busy. Admission for kids and teens (17 and under) is always free, and local residents (living in ZIP codes beginning with 148, 149, or 169) can visit for just $10, making the full line-up of events and activities an affordable option for families of all sizes.

MAKE YOUR OWN GLASS

Enjoy extended Make Your Own Glass hours. Try your hand at glassmaking (additional fee). Projects exist for all ages. We recommend booking ahead of time.

YOU DESIGN IT; WE MAKE IT!

Submit a drawing of something you’d like to see come alive in glass. At select Hot Glass Demos throughout the day, glassmakers will choose a drawing and make that piece from start to finish. Learn more

GLASSMAKING DEMOS

Watch as expert glassmakers transform molten glass into beautiful objects at the live, narrated Hot Glass Demos. Don’t miss the Flameworking, Glass Breaking, and Optical Fiber Demos. All demonstrations are included in the cost of admission.

THE GLASS ROUND UP

Ready to use your super-sleuthing abilities? See if you can find some of our favorite round objects in the galleries. You might even find some favorites of your own while you search.

WINTER WONDERS GALLERY HUNT

Explore the galleries to find objects inspired by the winter season. Search for stars, boots, holly, and more. Download the Gallery Hunt

GLASS SNOW FAMILY

Don’t miss our adorable life-size snow family, including Pi-Rex the snow dog—guaranteed not to melt indoors, on view in the Museum Shops. 

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

Events for February 19, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Lifesize snow family
Winter Break at the Corning Museum of Glass

Shake off the snow and stop into the Museum during winter break. Find lots of family-friendly activities that will keep both you and the kids happy and busy. Admission for kids and teens (17 and under) is always free, and local residents (living in ZIP codes beginning with 148, 149, or 169) can visit for just $10, making the full line-up of events and activities an affordable option for families of all sizes.

MAKE YOUR OWN GLASS

Enjoy extended Make Your Own Glass hours. Try your hand at glassmaking (additional fee). Projects exist for all ages. We recommend booking ahead of time.

YOU DESIGN IT; WE MAKE IT!

Submit a drawing of something you’d like to see come alive in glass. At select Hot Glass Demos throughout the day, glassmakers will choose a drawing and make that piece from start to finish. Learn more

GLASSMAKING DEMOS

Watch as expert glassmakers transform molten glass into beautiful objects at the live, narrated Hot Glass Demos. Don’t miss the Flameworking, Glass Breaking, and Optical Fiber Demos. All demonstrations are included in the cost of admission.

THE GLASS ROUND UP

Ready to use your super-sleuthing abilities? See if you can find some of our favorite round objects in the galleries. You might even find some favorites of your own while you search.

WINTER WONDERS GALLERY HUNT

Explore the galleries to find objects inspired by the winter season. Search for stars, boots, holly, and more. Download the Gallery Hunt

GLASS SNOW FAMILY

Don’t miss our adorable life-size snow family, including Pi-Rex the snow dog—guaranteed not to melt indoors, on view in the Museum Shops. 

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

Events for February 20, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Lifesize snow family
Winter Break at the Corning Museum of Glass

Shake off the snow and stop into the Museum during winter break. Find lots of family-friendly activities that will keep both you and the kids happy and busy. Admission for kids and teens (17 and under) is always free, and local residents (living in ZIP codes beginning with 148, 149, or 169) can visit for just $10, making the full line-up of events and activities an affordable option for families of all sizes.

MAKE YOUR OWN GLASS

Enjoy extended Make Your Own Glass hours. Try your hand at glassmaking (additional fee). Projects exist for all ages. We recommend booking ahead of time.

YOU DESIGN IT; WE MAKE IT!

Submit a drawing of something you’d like to see come alive in glass. At select Hot Glass Demos throughout the day, glassmakers will choose a drawing and make that piece from start to finish. Learn more

GLASSMAKING DEMOS

Watch as expert glassmakers transform molten glass into beautiful objects at the live, narrated Hot Glass Demos. Don’t miss the Flameworking, Glass Breaking, and Optical Fiber Demos. All demonstrations are included in the cost of admission.

THE GLASS ROUND UP

Ready to use your super-sleuthing abilities? See if you can find some of our favorite round objects in the galleries. You might even find some favorites of your own while you search.

WINTER WONDERS GALLERY HUNT

Explore the galleries to find objects inspired by the winter season. Search for stars, boots, holly, and more. Download the Gallery Hunt

GLASS SNOW FAMILY

Don’t miss our adorable life-size snow family, including Pi-Rex the snow dog—guaranteed not to melt indoors, on view in the Museum Shops. 

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

Events for February 21, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Lifesize snow family
Winter Break at the Corning Museum of Glass

Shake off the snow and stop into the Museum during winter break. Find lots of family-friendly activities that will keep both you and the kids happy and busy. Admission for kids and teens (17 and under) is always free, and local residents (living in ZIP codes beginning with 148, 149, or 169) can visit for just $10, making the full line-up of events and activities an affordable option for families of all sizes.

MAKE YOUR OWN GLASS

Enjoy extended Make Your Own Glass hours. Try your hand at glassmaking (additional fee). Projects exist for all ages. We recommend booking ahead of time.

YOU DESIGN IT; WE MAKE IT!

Submit a drawing of something you’d like to see come alive in glass. At select Hot Glass Demos throughout the day, glassmakers will choose a drawing and make that piece from start to finish. Learn more

GLASSMAKING DEMOS

Watch as expert glassmakers transform molten glass into beautiful objects at the live, narrated Hot Glass Demos. Don’t miss the Flameworking, Glass Breaking, and Optical Fiber Demos. All demonstrations are included in the cost of admission.

THE GLASS ROUND UP

Ready to use your super-sleuthing abilities? See if you can find some of our favorite round objects in the galleries. You might even find some favorites of your own while you search.

WINTER WONDERS GALLERY HUNT

Explore the galleries to find objects inspired by the winter season. Search for stars, boots, holly, and more. Download the Gallery Hunt

GLASS SNOW FAMILY

Don’t miss our adorable life-size snow family, including Pi-Rex the snow dog—guaranteed not to melt indoors, on view in the Museum Shops. 

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights 2019

13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights 2019

 

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com

 

Every Thursday Night January 10th – April 25th


5:00pm-8:00pm
$19.95 per person, plus tax & gratuity


13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Pasta-Night
Pasta Night returns to Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars on January 10th, 2019! Every Thursday through April 25th, local celebrities will serve fresh custom-made pasta dishes from a selection of homemade sauces, meats, fresh vegetables, garlic and herbs from 5:00-8:00pm. Enjoy a salad, bread and unlimited trips to the pasta station for only $19.95, with a portion of the proceeds each evening donated to a local charity! Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.  Please note: Pasta Night will not be offered on February 14th.

 

2019 PARTICIPANTS

1/10: Dundee Historical Society

1/17: Monty Stamp Education Foundation by Lakewood Vineyards

1/24: Hope Walk of Yates County

1/31: Finger Lakes Culinary Bounty

 

2/7: Child Advocacy Center of the Finger Lakes

2/14: Valentine's Day (No Pasta Night)

2/21: Schuyler Health Foundation

2/28: St. Mark's Episcopal Church - Penn Yan, New York

 

3/7: Ithaca Flotilla 2.2, Inc.

3/14: Live Like Liz, Inc.

3/21: Humane Society of Schuyler County

3/28: Many Hands Thrift Shop and Many Blessings Community Rescue Room-Odessa United Methodist

 

4/4: Children's Miracle Network

4/11: Cobblestone Springs

4/18: Our Town Rocks

4/25: Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association


* Schedule subject to change so please call ahead and make reservations.

Tom Papa
Tom Papa at the Hangar Theatre

DSP Shows Presents: Tom Papa

Tickets: $25-30, can be purchased online, in person at the State Theatre Box Office, or by calling TICKETFLY at (877)987-6487. Tickets are NOT available for purchase at the Hangar Theatre, except for night-of-show.

Events for February 22, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Lifesize snow family
Winter Break at the Corning Museum of Glass

Shake off the snow and stop into the Museum during winter break. Find lots of family-friendly activities that will keep both you and the kids happy and busy. Admission for kids and teens (17 and under) is always free, and local residents (living in ZIP codes beginning with 148, 149, or 169) can visit for just $10, making the full line-up of events and activities an affordable option for families of all sizes.

MAKE YOUR OWN GLASS

Enjoy extended Make Your Own Glass hours. Try your hand at glassmaking (additional fee). Projects exist for all ages. We recommend booking ahead of time.

YOU DESIGN IT; WE MAKE IT!

Submit a drawing of something you’d like to see come alive in glass. At select Hot Glass Demos throughout the day, glassmakers will choose a drawing and make that piece from start to finish. Learn more

GLASSMAKING DEMOS

Watch as expert glassmakers transform molten glass into beautiful objects at the live, narrated Hot Glass Demos. Don’t miss the Flameworking, Glass Breaking, and Optical Fiber Demos. All demonstrations are included in the cost of admission.

THE GLASS ROUND UP

Ready to use your super-sleuthing abilities? See if you can find some of our favorite round objects in the galleries. You might even find some favorites of your own while you search.

WINTER WONDERS GALLERY HUNT

Explore the galleries to find objects inspired by the winter season. Search for stars, boots, holly, and more. Download the Gallery Hunt

GLASS SNOW FAMILY

Don’t miss our adorable life-size snow family, including Pi-Rex the snow dog—guaranteed not to melt indoors, on view in the Museum Shops. 

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR in Mandeville Hall

For more information on Elmira Little Theatre, visit elmiralittletheatre.com or visit Elmira Little Theatre on Facebook.

By Ken Ludwig

It’s 1934 and world-famous opera star, Tito Morelli, is appearing for one night only with the Cleveland Grand Opera. But when he can’t perform, characters scramble to somehow save the evening and their opera company. You won’t want to miss this riotous tale of mistaken identities and unexpected romance!

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

                       

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Every Friday from - January 11th – April 26th  

5:00 – 9:00pm
$16.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Fish-Fry-Friday
Every Friday at Veraisons from January 11th to April 26th, enjoy a beer-battered fish fry with rice pilaf and seasonal vegetables from 5:00-9:00pm. Add a glass or a flight of local beer, cider, or wine for only $5 more! Gluten free fish fry available. Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.

Please note: Fish Fry will not be offered on February 15th.

*Gluten Free Fish Fry Available

 

 

snow fest logo
WINTERFEST 2019 at the HAMPTON INN on KEUKA LAKE!

The Finger Lakes Museum & the Hampton Inn Penn Yan
present WINTERFEST 2019!

Fri Feb 22 & Sat Feb 23
all activities take place at the Hampton Inn

Learn about ice fishing
Family friendly snowman building contest
Horse & Carriage Rides
Ice Sculpturs
Ice Bar
Chili Cook-off
Winter Crafts hosted by ReFIND
Learn Snowshoeing ~ Cross Country Skiing ~ Winter Survival Skills
taught by L.L. Bean Specialists
DJ for Dancing from 6-10 each evening

FIREWORKS ON SATURDAY NIGHT!

Details Here

Buttonwood Grove Rieslings
Premium Riesling and Cheese Flight

All 6 of our estate grown and produced Rieslings will be paired with fine gourmet cheeses selected to enhance the characteristics of each wine.  The guided tasting experience will be led by one of friendly and informative staff members, seated in front of our cozy fire.  Compare and contrast 6 wines produced from the same grape, including our premium barrel aged Frances Amelia Riesling, and our Riesling Ice Wine.  Find out why Riesling is the signature grape of the Finger Lakes!  Tickets are required and can be purchased through our website.  Seating is limited to 12 guests. 

Friday Tasting with Fox Run Vineyard
Headley's Liquor Barn - Friday Tasting with Fox Run Winery

FRIDAY TASTING!! We have a tasting from 3pm-6pm with Fox Run Vineyards. Come try some of these award winning wines!! 10% off Fox Run Wines during the tasting.

Events for February 23, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Lifesize snow family
Winter Break at the Corning Museum of Glass

Shake off the snow and stop into the Museum during winter break. Find lots of family-friendly activities that will keep both you and the kids happy and busy. Admission for kids and teens (17 and under) is always free, and local residents (living in ZIP codes beginning with 148, 149, or 169) can visit for just $10, making the full line-up of events and activities an affordable option for families of all sizes.

MAKE YOUR OWN GLASS

Enjoy extended Make Your Own Glass hours. Try your hand at glassmaking (additional fee). Projects exist for all ages. We recommend booking ahead of time.

YOU DESIGN IT; WE MAKE IT!

Submit a drawing of something you’d like to see come alive in glass. At select Hot Glass Demos throughout the day, glassmakers will choose a drawing and make that piece from start to finish. Learn more

GLASSMAKING DEMOS

Watch as expert glassmakers transform molten glass into beautiful objects at the live, narrated Hot Glass Demos. Don’t miss the Flameworking, Glass Breaking, and Optical Fiber Demos. All demonstrations are included in the cost of admission.

THE GLASS ROUND UP

Ready to use your super-sleuthing abilities? See if you can find some of our favorite round objects in the galleries. You might even find some favorites of your own while you search.

WINTER WONDERS GALLERY HUNT

Explore the galleries to find objects inspired by the winter season. Search for stars, boots, holly, and more. Download the Gallery Hunt

GLASS SNOW FAMILY

Don’t miss our adorable life-size snow family, including Pi-Rex the snow dog—guaranteed not to melt indoors, on view in the Museum Shops. 

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR in Mandeville Hall

For more information on Elmira Little Theatre, visit elmiralittletheatre.com or visit Elmira Little Theatre on Facebook.

By Ken Ludwig

It’s 1934 and world-famous opera star, Tito Morelli, is appearing for one night only with the Cleveland Grand Opera. But when he can’t perform, characters scramble to somehow save the evening and their opera company. You won’t want to miss this riotous tale of mistaken identities and unexpected romance!

snow fest logo
WINTERFEST 2019 at the HAMPTON INN on KEUKA LAKE!

The Finger Lakes Museum & the Hampton Inn Penn Yan
present WINTERFEST 2019!

Fri Feb 22 & Sat Feb 23
all activities take place at the Hampton Inn

Learn about ice fishing
Family friendly snowman building contest
Horse & Carriage Rides
Ice Sculpturs
Ice Bar
Chili Cook-off
Winter Crafts hosted by ReFIND
Learn Snowshoeing ~ Cross Country Skiing ~ Winter Survival Skills
taught by L.L. Bean Specialists
DJ for Dancing from 6-10 each evening

FIREWORKS ON SATURDAY NIGHT!

Details Here

Great Western Champagne vintage tray
Tasting Through Time: Three Centuries of Finger Lakes Wine from 1860-2019

Join Certified Sommelier, Laura Winter Falk, as she shares 239 years of wine-making in the Finger Lakes. From the Champagnes of the late 1800s, through Prohibition and the Great Depression, to the single vineyard Rieslings and up-and-coming red varietals of today, taste the wines and discover the history of the Finger Lakes wine industry three centuries in the making. The fee covers 6 tastings with historically appropriate cheese pairings (yes, there will be cheese balls!).

Hosted by Experience! The Finger Lakes and Coltivare Culinary Center as part of the Ithaca Loves Teachers Winter Break Celebration. This event is expected to be fun and educational as we enjoy learning about the evolution (and at times, de-evolution) of the American palate.

This event can accommodate a maximum of 30 guests.

Price is $25 per person. Guests with VIT passes get 10% off (get your discount code when you pre-register at the IthacaLovesTeachers website).

Hammondsport Winter Stroll
The Hammondsport Winter Stroll

The Winter Stroll returns for another year on Saturday, February 23rd from 5:00pm-8:00pm! In partnership with local wineries and breweries, Hammondsport merchants and businesses have planned a delightful winter evening stroll throughout our magical village. Sponsored by The Hammondsport Area Chamber of Commerce, this special event features multiple wineries, breweries, cideries, and distilleries for your tasting pleasure. Each tasting venue is hosted by a local business where you can enjoy our local samplings in a cozy setting. 

A limited number of tickets are now available online at hammondsport.org/winterstroll -- or can be purchased in advance at The Hammondsport Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center (47 Shethar Street) for just $20.00 (cash or credit card only). Last year’s event sold out many weeks in advance, so buy early! This purchase includes a minimum of (20) wine/beer tastings and a stemless tasting glass sponsored by Pleasant Valley Wine Company to keep!

Day of Event Check-In: The Visitor Center at the Hammondsport Chamber of Commerce (on the village square). Check-in is from 10:00am to 7:00pm, at which point commemorative glasses and wristbands will be issued. VALID GOVERNMENT I.D. REQUIRED OF ALL ATTENDEES (YES, ALL) FOR PROOF OF 21+ YEARS OF AGE. The event does not begin until 5:00 but feel free to check-in early to avoid long lines.

Discover new merchants, neighbors, and friends while you experience the charm of Hammondsport winter life on this special weekend!  Also, don't miss the Glenn H. Curtiss Museum's Wintercycle Therapy event on Saturday & Sunday, February 23rd-24th!

The following tastings & venues have been confirmed for The Winter Stroll:

Point of the Bluff Vineyards & Krooked Tusker Distillery
hosted by Crooked Lake Ice Cream Company

The Brewery of Broken Dreams
hosted by The Cinnamon Stick

Cider Creek Hard Cider
hosted by Cider Creek Hard Cider

Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery
hosted by Over the Bridge Wine & Beer Bar

Heron Hill Winery
hosted by Browsers of Hammondsport

McGregor Vineyard
hosted by Timber Stone Grill

Keuka Craft Ciders
hosted by Wise Guys of Hammondsport

Pleasant Valley Wine Company
hosted by Howard Hanna Lake Group

Domaine Leseurre Winery & Keuka Lake Vineyards
hosted by Twig & Hollow Gallery

Finger Lakes Distilling & Ravines Wine Cellars
hosted by Liberty Park Manor

Steuben Brewing Company
hosted by Hammondsport Grocery

Weis Vineyards
hosted by Hammondsport Arts in the Alley

Fulkerson Winery
hosted by Hammondsport Children’s Center

Urbana Hill Distilling
hosted by Maloney's Pub

Hunt Country Vineyards on Keuka Lake in the Finger Lakes
hosted by Burgers & Beer of Hammondsport

J.R. Dill Winery
hosted by Opera House Antiques

Bully Hill Vineyards
hosted by Shethar 57

Need a place to stay? Check out the following accommodations to find great packages for this special weekend!

The Park Inn: Book your room on Saturday for $220 through lodging@parkinnflx.com and receive a $25 gift card to The Park Inn with your reservation!


Best Western Plus The Hammondsport Hotel: 2 Winter Stroll tickets and guest room with complimentary breakfast for $125


Manor House Estate: 2 night stay on 2/22 & 2/23 for up to 16 people for only $800 (a 40% discount).


Finger Lakes Premier Properties: Visit our website at https://www.fingerlakespremierproperties.com/specials/22/winterspecials to see all of our amazing winter packages! 

Headley's Liquor Barn - Saturday Tasting with Hosmer Winery

SATURDAY TASTING!! We have a tasting today from 1pm-4pm with Hosmer Winery. Come try before you buy!! 10% off Hosmer wine during the tasting.

February 23 & 24
17th Annual Mardi Gras with the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

Get a taste for Bourbon Street, but with wine! Collect your beads as you travel the Trail sampling food and wine pairings. Compete in a scavenger hunt for a chance to win a mixed case of CLWT wine! Chances to win prizes at each location. 

 

Saturday 10-5pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.
Sunday 10-5pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.

 

Tickets:

 

Each ticket is good for the whole weekend, to visit each winery once.

 

Single tickets are $35(plus tax) and include:

 

  • 1 souvenir wine glass
  • 1 wine and food pairing at each winery
  • 3 additional wine tastings per winery
  • 1 recipe collection
  • Beads at each winery
  • A chance to win a prize at each winery

 

Discounted designated driver tickets are available. The DD gets all the same perks as a regular ticket, minus the wine. They also get a DD travel mug, rather than a wine glass. $17.50 (plus tax) for a single.

Events for February 24, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Flowers in the mansion
Dutch Connection

Beat the winter doldrums with the museum's annual floral display. Hundreds of blooms fill areas of the historic mansion with the scent and color of spring. The museum’s historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades—the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastman’s life in 1916.

During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.

Eastman’s annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastman's original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October.

Dutch Connection is sponsored by Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral.

Greenhouse services provided by Lucas Greenhouses.

Doc McStuffins School Break
Doc McStuffins School Break at The Strong

Learn how to be healthy just like Doc McStuffins!

Take a test to see how much you know about healthy habits, try your hand at exercises such as frog jumps and lunges, and design a Healthy Hero badge. Visit the Play Pals exhibit and measure, weigh, and test the vital signs of your favorite stuffed animals in the GUND Teddy Bear Check-Up area. Then use your new skills in Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit. Included with general museum admission fees.

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse

Winter Break Activities at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo!

Saturday, February 16 - Sunday, February 24
10 a.m. -- 4:30 p.m.

Enjoy the winter break from school with a visit to the zoo! Special keeper chats, animal demonstrations and kids' activities offer a chance to learn what happens behind-the-scenes at zoo exhibits and experience exciting events. 

Special events include St. Joseph's Health Teddy Bear Clinic on February 18, a Super Hero Day on February 21 and Pokemon Go Day on February 22. Visit www.syracusezooevents.org for more info!

Free for members or with paid zoo admission.

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR

Elmira Little Theatre presents LEND ME A TENOR in Mandeville Hall

For more information on Elmira Little Theatre, visit elmiralittletheatre.com or visit Elmira Little Theatre on Facebook.

By Ken Ludwig

It’s 1934 and world-famous opera star, Tito Morelli, is appearing for one night only with the Cleveland Grand Opera. But when he can’t perform, characters scramble to somehow save the evening and their opera company. You won’t want to miss this riotous tale of mistaken identities and unexpected romance!

February 23 & 24
17th Annual Mardi Gras with the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

Get a taste for Bourbon Street, but with wine! Collect your beads as you travel the Trail sampling food and wine pairings. Compete in a scavenger hunt for a chance to win a mixed case of CLWT wine! Chances to win prizes at each location. 

 

Saturday 10-5pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.
Sunday 10-5pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.

 

Tickets:

 

Each ticket is good for the whole weekend, to visit each winery once.

 

Single tickets are $35(plus tax) and include:

 

  • 1 souvenir wine glass
  • 1 wine and food pairing at each winery
  • 3 additional wine tastings per winery
  • 1 recipe collection
  • Beads at each winery
  • A chance to win a prize at each winery

 

Discounted designated driver tickets are available. The DD gets all the same perks as a regular ticket, minus the wine. They also get a DD travel mug, rather than a wine glass. $17.50 (plus tax) for a single.

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant


Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee New York 14837

800.243.5513
www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Sunday through Tuesday evenings from January 13th – April 30th


5:00 – 8:00pm

$18.00 plus tax & gratuity
 

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Simply-Steak-Potato

Every Sunday through Tuesday from January 13th to April 30th, enjoy an 8 oz. Bistro Sirloin Steak and a Twice Baked Potato with Bacon Jam for only $18 from 5:00-8:00pm at Veraisons! Add any of the following sides to your order for $4: Braised Kale, Roasted Carrots, or Bacon Brussels. Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.
 

Events for February 25, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant


Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee New York 14837

800.243.5513
www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Sunday through Tuesday evenings from January 13th – April 30th


5:00 – 8:00pm

$18.00 plus tax & gratuity
 

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Simply-Steak-Potato

Every Sunday through Tuesday from January 13th to April 30th, enjoy an 8 oz. Bistro Sirloin Steak and a Twice Baked Potato with Bacon Jam for only $18 from 5:00-8:00pm at Veraisons! Add any of the following sides to your order for $4: Braised Kale, Roasted Carrots, or Bacon Brussels. Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.

Please note: Simply Steak & Potato will not be offered February 17th

 

 

Events for February 26, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant


Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee New York 14837

800.243.5513
www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Sunday through Tuesday evenings from January 13th – April 30th


5:00 – 8:00pm

$18.00 plus tax & gratuity
 

Simply Steak & Potato at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Simply-Steak-Potato

Every Sunday through Tuesday from January 13th to April 30th, enjoy an 8 oz. Bistro Sirloin Steak and a Twice Baked Potato with Bacon Jam for only $18 from 5:00-8:00pm at Veraisons! Add any of the following sides to your order for $4: Braised Kale, Roasted Carrots, or Bacon Brussels. Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.
 

 

 

Jersey Boys
Jersey Boys

Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series 
2018-2019 Season at the Clemens Center
JERSEY BOYS

They were just four guys from Jersey, until they sang their very first note. They had a sound nobody had ever heard… and the radio just couldn’t get enough of. But while their harmonies were perfect on stage, off stage it was a very different story – a story that has made them an international sensation all over again.

Go behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in the Tony Award®-winning true-life musical phenomenon, JERSEY BOYS. From the streets of New Jersey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, this is the musical that’s just too good to be true.

FEATURING THE LEGENDARY TOP TEN HITS:
“Sherry” • “Big Girls Don’t Cry” • “Walk Like A Man” • “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” • “December,1963 (Oh What A Night)”

JERSEY BOYS contains authentic, “profane Jersey language” and is recommended for ages 12+

Rachael and Vilray
Rachael and Vilray at the Hangar Theatre

DSP Shows Present:Rachael and Vilray

Ticket Prices: $25 advanced, $30 day of show. Can be purchased online, in person at the State Theatre Box Office, or by calling TICKETFLY at (877)987-6487. Tickets are NOT available for purchase at the Hangar Theatre, except for night-of-show.

Events for February 27, 2019 x
Breakfast with the Bunny

Breakfast with the Bunny
Saturdays and Sundays
April 7, 13, 14, and 20 | 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Come visit the Easter Bunny at the zoo and enjoy a fun-filled morning of delicious food and activities. Bring your camera for a photo with our special guest! Ticket includes post-breakfast zoo admission.

Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Jersey Boys
Jersey Boys

Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series 
2018-2019 Season at the Clemens Center
JERSEY BOYS

They were just four guys from Jersey, until they sang their very first note. They had a sound nobody had ever heard… and the radio just couldn’t get enough of. But while their harmonies were perfect on stage, off stage it was a very different story – a story that has made them an international sensation all over again.

Go behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in the Tony Award®-winning true-life musical phenomenon, JERSEY BOYS. From the streets of New Jersey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, this is the musical that’s just too good to be true.

FEATURING THE LEGENDARY TOP TEN HITS:
“Sherry” • “Big Girls Don’t Cry” • “Walk Like A Man” • “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” • “December,1963 (Oh What A Night)”

JERSEY BOYS contains authentic, “profane Jersey language” and is recommended for ages 12+

Kim Sajet
Making Eye / I Contact Lecture at The Rockwell Museum

Lecture by Kim Sajet, Director, National Portrait Gallery

There are three people and a world of ideas involved in a portrait. The first is the sitter, who especially if they are a public celebrity, has a vested and sometimes uncompromising opinion on how to control their image. Then there is the artist, who wants to build his or her own legacy by presenting to the public a unique artistic vision. And the third is us, the audience, who remain long after the sitter and artist have left. Making each picture contemporary, no matter when it was taken, how we approach a portrait tells us perhaps more about ourselves as anything else. In conjunction with National Portrait Gallery’s Yousuf Karsh: American Portraits exhibition, the director of the National Portrait Gallery, Kim Sajet, will talk about the dynamic relationships that lie at the heart of visual biography.

Events for February 28, 2019 x
Photo by Larson and Shindelman
#LarsonShindelman #Mobilize

The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York. The artists, who work collectively as Larson Shindelman, are known for their series Geolocation, which transforms ephemeral bits of data into photographs and immersive installations. In this series, they use publicly available GPS information embedded in social media to track the location of user posts and then travel to the location to create a photograph that both marks the physical place and reacts to the content of the original post. Their work prompts discussions about social media, public and private information, and social issues surrounding race relations, gun violence, and the right to protest.

For this exhibition, Larson Shindelman have addedd to their Geolocation photographs by drawing from trending hashtags in Rochester to identify themes relevant to the community. They visited Rochester in the summer of 2018, creating the new body of work that will be displayed. This new work furthers their examination of how smartphones have contributed to a new era of social justice, including citizen journalism, information sharing, and community protest by exploring themes of racial discrimination, violence, right to protest, gun violence, police relations, political activism, and other social concerns.

Generously supported by the Rubens Family Foundation.

Photograph by Nathan Lyons
Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic

Through his writings, curatorial practice, teaching, photographs, and photobooks, Nathan Lyons (1930-2016) had a tremendous impact on the history and practice of photography for more than sixty years. His work as a writer and curator has been widely celebrated, but his own art is less well known, despite its formal acuity and conceptual rigor. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic demonstrates that he practiced what he preached—not only in the black-and-white images he sequenced and reproduced in his photobooks, but also in his final body of work. These last photographs, created in the decade before he died, are color images made with a digital camera and presented as inkjet prints. This exhibition represents the public’s first opportunity to see that work in tandem with selected photographs from his earlier bodies of work.

One of the primary features of Lyons’s work is his use of juxtapositions and sequencing as a core tenet of visual language, and he strongly believed in visual literacy as the key to navigating modern social life. His color work brings his vision full circle, providing a platform for discussion about the overwhelming presence of images and advertising in contemporary life. Nathan Lyons: In Pursuit of Magic details his vision and demonstrates its relevance for a new, visually sophisticated audience.

Jersey Boys
Jersey Boys

Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series 
2018-2019 Season at the Clemens Center
JERSEY BOYS

They were just four guys from Jersey, until they sang their very first note. They had a sound nobody had ever heard… and the radio just couldn’t get enough of. But while their harmonies were perfect on stage, off stage it was a very different story – a story that has made them an international sensation all over again.

Go behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in the Tony Award®-winning true-life musical phenomenon, JERSEY BOYS. From the streets of New Jersey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, this is the musical that’s just too good to be true.

FEATURING THE LEGENDARY TOP TEN HITS:
“Sherry” • “Big Girls Don’t Cry” • “Walk Like A Man” • “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” • “December,1963 (Oh What A Night)”

JERSEY BOYS contains authentic, “profane Jersey language” and is recommended for ages 12+

13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights 2019

13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights 2019

 

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com

 

Every Thursday Night January 10th – April 25th


5:00pm-8:00pm
$19.95 per person, plus tax & gratuity


13th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights at Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars
http://www.glenora.com/Restaurant/Pasta-Night
Pasta Night returns to Veraisons Restaurant at Glenora Wine Cellars on January 10th, 2019! Every Thursday through April 25th, local celebrities will serve fresh custom-made pasta dishes from a selection of homemade sauces, meats, fresh vegetables, garlic and herbs from 5:00-8:00pm. Enjoy a salad, bread and unlimited trips to the pasta station for only $19.95, with a portion of the proceeds each evening donated to a local charity! Reservations are strongly suggested. Reserve online at www.glenora.com/Reservations or call 800.243.5513.  Please note: Pasta Night will not be offered on February 14th.

 

2019 PARTICIPANTS

1/10: Dundee Historical Society

1/17: Monty Stamp Education Foundation by Lakewood Vineyards

1/24: Hope Walk of Yates County

1/31: Finger Lakes Culinary Bounty

 

2/7: Child Advocacy Center of the Finger Lakes

2/14: Valentine's Day (No Pasta Night)

2/21: Schuyler Health Foundation

2/28: St. Mark's Episcopal Church - Penn Yan, New York

 

3/7: Ithaca Flotilla 2.2, Inc.

3/14: Live Like Liz, Inc.

3/21: Humane Society of Schuyler County

3/28: Many Hands Thrift Shop and Many Blessings Community Rescue Room-Odessa United Methodist

 

4/4: Children's Miracle Network

4/11: Cobblestone Springs

4/18: Our Town Rocks

4/25: Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association


* Schedule subject to change so please call ahead and make reservations.

25
Jan 2019
Thru
26
May 2019
The George Eastman Museum has invited Nate Larson (American, b. 1978) and Marni Shindelman (American, b. 1977) to create a body of work specific to Rochester, New York.
900 East Ave
(585)-327-4800
04
May 2019
Thru
26
May 2019
Méthode Champenoise Experience May 2019 Location: 1886 Reserve Room Available Saturdays at 2 PM, and Sundays at 2 PM. 
9683 Middle Road
2 pm
(800)-320-0735
12
May 2019
Thru
05
Jan 2020
New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass.
One Museum Way
9:00 AM
(607)-438-5254
18
May 2019
Thru
26
May 2019
The Ravinous Kitchen is back for the season! Join us at the Ravinous Tasting Table in our Ravines Wine Cellars Slate Barn in Geneva.
400 Barracks Road
(315)-781-7007
18
May 2019
Thru
02
Sep 2019
Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum is participating in the Blue Star Museum Program, offering free admission to active-duty military personnel and up to five family members.  Open Tuesday through Sunday (and Monday holidays)
7606 North Ontario Street
12:00 pm
(315)-483-4936
20
May 2019
A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production performed by Theatreworks/USA PETE THE CAT
207 Clemens Center Parkway
10:00am; 12:30pm
(607)-734-8191
23
May 2019
Thru
26
May 2019
GlassFest is four days of glassmaking demonstrations, music entertainment, art & craft vendors, shopping, food, and more!
Market Street, Corning, NY 14830
24
May 2019
PRE-SEASON SPECIAL CONCERT: WORLD ATLYS Jinty McTavish, violin ; Sabrina Tabby, violin Rita Andrade, viola;  Genevieve Tabby, cello
4760 W Lake Rd
7:30pm
24
May 2019
Thru
26
May 2019
Elmira Little Theatre presents TWELVE ANGRY JURORS in Mandeville Hall
207 Clemens Center Parkway
7:30pm (Fri-Sat); 2:00pm (Sun)
(607)-734-8191
24
May 2019
Thru
26
May 2019
We're kicking off Memorial Day Weekend with The Uncommons, who will be rocking the Pavilion from 6-8p with their original rock and deep cut dance music from the 60s, 70s and beyond as part of our Friday Nite Pizza Par
4367 East Covert Rd
5:00pm
(607)-387-6801