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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 March 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.

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.

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.

James McMurtry
James McMurtry at the Hangar Theatre

DSP Shows Present: James McMurtry

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.

brothers blue
Concert in the Gallery featuring The Brothers Blue at The Rockwell Museum

Rooted in the fertile tradition of Old-Time fiddle music, The Brothers Blue grow a sound all their own – offering a hybrid which unites fresh, original songwriting with elements from Country, Bluegrass, Cajun, and Irish music. They weave three-part harmonies through a rich tapestry of fiddle, banjo, and guitar. Their tight, groove-oriented arrangements prompted one fan to describe them as a “one-mind band” and another as “a dancer’s dream.” Furthermore, each of their abilities to play multiple instruments makes their performances especially entertaining. As comfortable around a campfire as they are in a concert hall, the band is excited about any opportunity to share honest, heartfelt musical experiences with their ever-growing family of friends: “The Brethren Blue.”

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

Family Night at the Corning Museum of Glass
Family Night at the Museum

Join us for a free evening of entertainment, music and community art-making, inspired by New Glass Now—an upcoming exhibition of never-before-seen glass art that is taking over the Museum!

Live entertainment

Enjoy fun, family-friendly entertainment from Adventures in Fun. Watch as balloon master Dustin Queary makes large-scale sculptures out of balloons.

Balloon artists will be in the galleries making balloons of all shapes and colors. Guests can collect and assemble the balloons into a large, impromptu sculpture in Admissions Lobby. The more who participate, the more magnificent the sculpture will be!

Fun stuff to see

Watch live hot glassblowing demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop and see flameworkers create delicate figures at the torch.

Fun stuff to eat

Enjoy a variety of complimentary treats as well as other fun foods available for purchase.

For more information, contact publicprograms@cmog.org or +1 (607) 438-5500.

Headley's Liquor Barn - Friday Tasting with local distillery

FRIDAY TASTING!! We have a tasting today from 3pm-6pm with Black Button Distilling. Come try before you buy!!

Premium Tastings at Buttonwood Grove
Premium Pairings - Cabin Fever!

Sample a selection of our barrel aged wines paired with March-inspired tasty tidbits - maple, Mardi Gras, and more! Savor the last days of winter in front of our cozy fire, because spring is right around the corner!  Led by our fun and informative staff, our interactive premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  $12/person.  Tickets are required. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets.

Freedom Bound
Freedom Bound

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production performed by Baylin Artists/Mad River Theater Works

FREEDOM BOUND

Freedom Bound is an original play with music that tells the tale of the most important incident in the history of the Underground Railroad in Ohio. The show follows the story of Addison White, a slave who escaped from Kentucky and traveled the Railroad north to the small town of Mechanicsburg, OH. There, he was befriended by a farmer named Udney Hyde. He lived in Hyde’s barn, working for his meals by day and learning to read and write with the help of Hyde’s daughter, Amanda, by night. Hyde was a suspected abolitionist, however, and it was not long before Addison was discovered by his former Master. Federal marshals surrounded Hyde’s cabin in the middle of the night. They were prepared to arrest Addison and return him to slavery, but over 100 citizens from Mechanicsburg confronted the marshals and demanded that they set Addison free. Freedom Bound uses drama and music, as well as riddles and rhyme, to create characters that emerge from the past and bring the Underground Railroad to life right before your eyes.

Recommended for grades 3-8 (55 minutes)

Curriculum Connections: Black History, Music, Biography

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

steve earle
Steve Earle at the Hangar Theatre

DSP Shows Present: Steve Earle

Ticket Prices: $55 advanced, $60 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.

Fit Kids Day
Fit Kids Day at The Strong

Slide, run, or skip into the museum for activities that keep you moving.

Join staff from the YMCA of Greater Rochester to learn about their summer camp offerings and enjoy demonstrations of martial arts and hip-hop dance. Test your hockey skills with staff from Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex, join in a game of pickleball with Rochester Accessible Adventures and learn where to play from the City of Rochester recreation department. Check out the flavors of the Rochester Public Market and discover healthy foods from Wegmans. Take pictures with the Tooth Fairy, Finley from the Rochester Razorsharks, Spikes from the Rochester Red Wings, and Moose from the Rochester Americans. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

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 March 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.

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.

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.

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.

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 March 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.

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.

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.

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 March 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.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

Art Explorers’ Story Hour
Art Explorers’ Story Hour: All About Me

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 Diary of a Wombat by Jackie French – 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

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

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

 

 

Premium Tastings at Buttonwood Grove
Premium Pairings - Cabin Fever!

Sample a selection of our barrel aged wines paired with March-inspired tasty tidbits - maple, Mardi Gras, and more! Savor the last days of winter in front of our cozy fire, because spring is right around the corner!  Led by our fun and informative staff, our interactive premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  $12/person.  Tickets are required. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets.

Junie B. Jones
Junie B. Jones

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

JUNIE B. JONES

Hooray, hooray! It’s Junie B. Jones starring in a funny, fast-paced musical about the trialsand tribulations of first grade, including new friends, new glasses, hairnets, and the annual kickball tournament! Follow her adventures as she writes down the story of her life in her Top-Secret Personal Beeswax Journal. Based on Barbara Parks’ wildly popular books, it’s the “bestest” musical ever!!

Recommended for grades 1-4 (60 minutes)

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

Chili & Chocolate 2019
Chili & Chocolate

Please join us for our annual Chili & Chocolate fundraiser.

Dine “Inn” or take out! Dinner includes: Chili (several varieties to choose from; including, beef, lamb, chicken, vegetarian), tossed salad, bread, beverage, chocolate dessert(s).
$8.50 Adults - $5.00 Children under 12

 

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

Headley's Liquor Barn - Saturday Tasting with Thirsty Owl Wine Company

SATURDAY TASTING!! We have a tasting from 1pm-4pm with Thirsty Owl Wine Company. Come try before you buy!! 10% off Thirsty Owl wine during the tasting.

Innovation Nation
The Henry Ford’s INNOVATION NATION – LIVE!

John G. Ullman & Associates Foundation, Inc.
Family Connection Series presents
The Henry Ford’s INNOVATION NATION – LIVE!

The two-time Emmy® Award winning Saturday morning show comes to life in a brand new production. Like the award-winning television show, The Henry Ford’s INNOVATION NATION – LIVE! will inspire audiences with entertaining and educational stories about yesterday and today’s visionaries and innovators.

Like the television show the live show will feature two correspondents (along with other cast members that are featured in various vignettes throughout the show) that will narrate the evening, engage with the audience and bridge between stories of innovators of the past and how they are influencing science, technology, agriculture, design, and social justice movements of today. Luminaries of the past including Henry Ford, The Wright Brothers, Rosa Parks and George Washington Carver among others will jump to life on stage. Their achievements will be highlighted and reflected by showing examples of present day innovations.

Recommended for ages 10 and up when accompanied by an adult.

John G. Ullman & Associates Foundation, Inc. Family Connection Series
The carefully-curated programs in the three-show Family Connection Series will help connect families to the Clemens Center by attending together, and promote family conversation, critical thinking, and the simple enjoyment of the live performing arts.

Princess Palooza
Princess Palooza at The Strong

Have a play date with your favorite princesses!

Create your own magical microphone with the Latina Princess and sing a tune with the Snow Princess. Make a personalized crown with Cinderella, build a tower with Rapunzel, and help the Frog Princess with recipes for her restaurant. Take aim at dragons with the Scottish Princess, enjoy a tea party with Belle, and play alongside Sleeping Beauty and her friendly forest friends. Bring your royal friends to the theater for a special performance by School of Irish Dance students on Saturday at 1 p.m. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for March 10, 2019 x
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.

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.

Princess Palooza
Princess Palooza at The Strong

Have a play date with your favorite princesses!

Create your own magical microphone with the Latina Princess and sing a tune with the Snow Princess. Make a personalized crown with Cinderella, build a tower with Rapunzel, and help the Frog Princess with recipes for her restaurant. Take aim at dragons with the Scottish Princess, enjoy a tea party with Belle, and play alongside Sleeping Beauty and her friendly forest friends. Bring your royal friends to the theater for a special performance by School of Irish Dance students on Saturday at 1 p.m. Included with general museum admission fees.

TOiVO
TOiVO Spring Ahead Dance

TOiVO, a seven piece band playing traditional social dance music of the Finger Lakes and more, will present a Community Dance Party Fundraiser for the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts (TCFA). All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Conservatory.

This fun event will take place in the TCFA auditorium, the biggest, best wooden dance floor in the Finger Lakes. All ages are welcome to enjoy music that is good for dancing and good for listening!  Refreshments will be available. Bring a partner or come alone! Wallflowers are welcome, too! 

TOiVO will play an eclectic mix of Scandinavian, Tex-Mex, Cajun, honky-tonk, European, South American and many original dance tunes. You’ll enjoy waltzes, tangos, two-steps, polkas, schottisches, foxtrots, cheek-to-cheek, hambos, and huapangos. The players are Richard Koski, button accordion; Jason Koski, mandolin; Stefan Senders, banjo and triangle; Jim Reidy, guitar; Paul Martin, guitar; Harley Campbell, upright bass; and Annie Campbell, snare drum. 

For more information, contact coordinator@tburgconservatory.org

Find out more about TOiVO at their web site: http://toivo.honkingduck.com

March winter wine and paint
March 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.

March's class will be painting spring flowers as spring is nearing! 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

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 March 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.

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.
 

 

 

Meet Me at the Museum
Meet Me at the Museum

The Rockwell Museum and Corning Museum of Glass, along with the Memory Maker Project, will be teaming up again for the 2018-2019 year to offer the Meet Me at the Museum program, a collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association. This monthly, interactive tour series is designed specifically for persons with dementia and their care partners, using art and conversation as a catalyst for meaningful connections.

The programs are held on the second Monday of each month, introducing a new topic or theme each time, frequently paired with art-making, music and refreshments. 

Meet Me at the Museum is a free program; registration is strongly encouraged – please contact the Alzheimer’s Association by calling 800.272.3900. We look forward to making memories with you!

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

Three brides
The Jewelbox Bridal Show

The Jewelbox is hosting a bridal show offering local wedding vendors specializing in everything from flowers to gowns. Come find your perfect engagement ring or create a unique custom piece with our designer and master goldsmith Micky Roof.

Thursday Morning Musicales – Recital

Thursday Morning Musicales presents Mansfield University Clarinet Ensemble

The Thursday Morning Musicales, founded in 1908, is a unique organization in the Southern Tier because of its long history of promoting music, offering outstanding musicians a chance to perform, and recognizing the abilities of students pursuing musical studies.

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.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

Three brides
The Jewelbox Bridal Show

The Jewelbox is hosting a bridal show offering local wedding vendors specializing in everything from flowers to gowns. Come find your perfect engagement ring or create a unique custom piece with our designer and master goldsmith Micky Roof.

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

 

 

Premium Tastings at Buttonwood Grove
Premium Pairings - Cabin Fever!

Sample a selection of our barrel aged wines paired with March-inspired tasty tidbits - maple, Mardi Gras, and more! Savor the last days of winter in front of our cozy fire, because spring is right around the corner!  Led by our fun and informative staff, our interactive premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  $12/person.  Tickets are required. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets.

clovers
St. Patrick's Day Special Dinner Package at Geneva on the Lake

Special Dinner Package with favorite Irish Music: Jewel Hara Friday, Rebecca Colleen & the Chore Lads Saturday and Steve Curry on piano Sunday.  Enjoy a specialty Irish cocktail or beer, Classic Irish Potato Soup, Corned Beef & Cabbage or Trio of Ulster Seafood Crepes and Sticky Fig & Date Pudding for $57.00 per person plus tax & gratuity.  To reserve call 315 789 7190.

Beer & Food pairing event at Radisson Hotel Corning
Tap Takeover & Tapas

Enjoy hand-picked tapas-style entrees paired with local brews from Upstate Brewery

Price: $25

Terms & Conditions


Gratuity is NOT included in the ticket price.


Online purchase fee is passed on to the consumer.

 

Reservatons also available by calling 607 962 5000 

George Winston
George Winston at the Hangar Theatre

DSP Shows Present: George Winston

Ticket Prices: $35 advanced, $40 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.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

Three brides
The Jewelbox Bridal Show

The Jewelbox is hosting a bridal show offering local wedding vendors specializing in everything from flowers to gowns. Come find your perfect engagement ring or create a unique custom piece with our designer and master goldsmith Micky Roof.

clovers
St. Patrick's Day Special Dinner Package at Geneva on the Lake

Special Dinner Package with favorite Irish Music: Jewel Hara Friday, Rebecca Colleen & the Chore Lads Saturday and Steve Curry on piano Sunday.  Enjoy a specialty Irish cocktail or beer, Classic Irish Potato Soup, Corned Beef & Cabbage or Trio of Ulster Seafood Crepes and Sticky Fig & Date Pudding for $57.00 per person plus tax & gratuity.  To reserve call 315 789 7190.

Wine Dinner
Celebrating Portugal Wine Dinner

Join us for an exquisite evening celebrating the rich history of Portuguese winemaking—from sweet, dessert wines like Port and Madeira to robust, dry reds and crisp, refreshing whites like Vinho Verde, Portuguese wines run the full gamut of variety and flavor. 

Special guest Daniel George from T. Edwards Distributing will join us to showcase the styles and varietals of Portugal, expertly pairing these old-world style wines with Executive Chef Patrick Higgins’ creative cuisine. This richly-cultured, five-course dining experience will transport you around the globe with each delicious sip and carefully crafted bite. 

Ceili
St. Patrick’s Day Ceili Irish Dance

Our St. Patrick’s Day Ceili Dance at the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts will be held on Saturday, March 16th from 6:30pm to 10pm.  This fundraiser for TCFA includes live music provided by local Celtic musicians Three Stone Fire, with dance instruction by Kathy Whitfield of Rince Na Saor Irish Dance Studio.  Everyone is welcome, and no previous experience is needed.  Celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day with dancing, music and refreshments, all to benefit TCFA!  Admission is $5 at the door.

Eggs N Kegs Irish Brunch Buffet is Saturday, March 16 from 10-2!
Eggs N Kegs Irish Brunch Buffet

Longing for a wee bit o’ good, hearty Irish food St. Paddy's Day Weekend? Then join us for our annual Eggs N Kegs Brunch Buffet, this year upstairs in the Small Barn. 

Fill up your plate with faves like:
Biscuits & Gravy
Bubbles & Squeak with Ham
Cheddar Cheese Scrambled Eggs
Sausage, Bacon, Homefries

$20+Tip
Includes our all ye can eat buffet, plus a special chef-selected tasting flight of beer to pair with your Irish fare. No reservations needed, just show up hungry!
$5
Eggs N Kegs Pint Special

Spring
Live Music Series, during dinner

Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads Bluegrass Trio.

St. Patricks Day corn hole tournament at Three Brothers Wineries
Pints & Play Corn Hole Tournament

Event Date: Saturday March 16th, 2019
Game Time: 12pm - 4pm
Team Check In and Warm Ups Open at 11am

Teams consist of 2 players (this event is limited to 32 teams)

Registration includes corn hole tournament entry and one pint of beer in a War Horse logo pint glass for each player.

Sip & Support: Bring four friends on game day and their first pint is 50% off! After registering here we will mail four "Sip & Support" coupons so you can invite your friends to cheer you on.

Our cafe specials will include:
Corned Beef Egg Rolls
Irish Potato Skins
Reuben Sliders
Corn Dogs
Kids Pizza

St. Patrick's Day Specialty War Horse Beers: Vanilla Stout & Irish Red - Check our Facebook event to learn more about these brews.

Bring the whole family! St. Patrick's Day themed cookie decorating will be in our cafe from 11am - 4pm. Cookie Kits are $5/bag and include 2 cookies, 3 colors of frosting and sprinkles.

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Tropical Escape

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Tropical Escape
Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee New York 14837

www.glenora.com

Call 800.243.5513

 

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Tropical Escape
March 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. March’s theme is Tropical Escape. 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!

March Menu
Chicken Taco with Mango Salsa & Cilantro

Pairing: CLR Sweet Riesling

 

Grilled Pineapple Pulled Pork Sliders

Pairing: Knapp Vignoles

 

Lychee Cocktail

Pairing Glenora Gewürztraminer

 

Burning of the Canes
Burning of the Canes

Each winter our vineyard workers brave the cold, snow, and wind to prune the vines for the next season. But instead of mulching the cast-off canes we host a bonfire party! Come ring in Spring with bonfires, food, wine and live music by Blue Eyed Soul.

Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 12-4 pm
FREE admission!
Wine available by the glass/bottle.
Menu coming soon.

Feel free to bring chairs and blankets, no coolers please. Friendly dogs on leashes welcome.

St. Patrick's Day Party at the Beachcomber
St. Patrick's Day Party at the Beachcomber

Join us at the Beachcomber on Saturday, March 16th for our annual St. Patrick's Day party! 

Part of the Problem will be playing in the Cabana, and food and drink will be served up all day and night. 

 

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

clovers
St. Patrick's Day Special Dinner Package at Geneva on the Lake

Special Dinner Package with favorite Irish Music: Jewel Hara Friday, Rebecca Colleen & the Chore Lads Saturday and Steve Curry on piano Sunday.  Enjoy a specialty Irish cocktail or beer, Classic Irish Potato Soup, Corned Beef & Cabbage or Trio of Ulster Seafood Crepes and Sticky Fig & Date Pudding for $57.00 per person plus tax & gratuity.  To reserve call 315 789 7190.

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.
 

 

 

OSFL
Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes – MARCH CONCERT: Pictures of Saint Patrick

MARCH CONCERT: Pictures of Saint Patrick

Featuring our area’s finest young musicians

For more information on subscriptions or concerts performed by the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes at other area locations, please visit www.osfl.org.

Traditional Irish Songs arranged by Leroy Anderson and Percy Grainger.
Mussorgky’s Pictures at an Exhibition performed side-by-side with the Youth Orchestra.
​Featuring the Hertzog Concerto/Aria Competition winner (TBD).

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

Something Rotten
Something Rotten!

Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series 
2018-2019 Season at the Clemens Center
SOMETHING ROTTEN!

SOMETHING ROTTEN! is “Broadway’s big, fat hit!” New York Post. Set in 1595, this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers who are desperate to write a hit play. When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theatre involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world’s very first MUSICAL! With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, SOMETHING ROTTEN! is “The Producers + Spamalot + The Book of Mormon. Squared!” New York Magazine.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

Something Rotten
Something Rotten!

Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series 
2018-2019 Season at the Clemens Center
SOMETHING ROTTEN!

SOMETHING ROTTEN! is “Broadway’s big, fat hit!” New York Post. Set in 1595, this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers who are desperate to write a hit play. When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theatre involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world’s very first MUSICAL! With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, SOMETHING ROTTEN! is “The Producers + Spamalot + The Book of Mormon. Squared!” New York Magazine.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

2300° at the Corning Museum of Glass
March 2300°

Beat the cabin fever and dust off your dancing shoes! Enjoy great music, glassmaking, and revelry at March’s 2300°.

At 2300°, hot glass gets interesting—and so do things at The Corning Museum of Glass. Enjoy glassmaking demonstrations, live music, and great food and drink. Free and open to the public. Free shuttle bus service from the Museum’s I-86 parking lot is available.

Live glassmaking

Get ready to warm things up in a major way. Live glassmaking is always a key element of any 2300°. In March, watch artist Austin Stern, assisted by members of the Hot Glass Team in the Amphitheater Hot Shop, create a bright, colorful work inspired by cartoons and toys. Can't make it to 2300°? Catch the live stream and watch Stern create a new work from your computer. Watch on cmog.org or The Corning Museum of Glass Facebook page when the event is live.

Live music

What would a 2300° be without music? Triskele is an all-female Celtic band out of Albany known for their stunning harmonies and Irish wit. These ladies perform traditional, original, and some modern Celtic and Irish music.

2300° Museum Shops sale

Take 23% off your purchase in the Museum Shops, beginning at 5 pm through the event. Offer valid on all non-sale items.

Hot food and cold drinks round out the night

Complimentary soft drinks are available. Food and drinks are also available for purchase.

Membership perk

Members enjoy express ticket lines for food and beverage tickets as well as access to the private, Members-only bar at 2300°. Express ticket lines and the Members-only bar open at 5:30 pm, a full 30 minutes before our other locations. Not yet a member? Join today and enjoy your benefits at the next 2300°!

Make a night of it!

The Staybridge Suites offers overnight lodging and Museum admission to use before or after this free event. Contact the hotel directly to take advantage of this offer. Enter the dates of the upcoming 2300° event to see the package on the hotel's website or call the property at +1 (607) 936-7800.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

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

 

 

Premium Tastings at Buttonwood Grove
Premium Pairings - Cabin Fever!

Sample a selection of our barrel aged wines paired with March-inspired tasty tidbits - maple, Mardi Gras, and more! Savor the last days of winter in front of our cozy fire, because spring is right around the corner!  Led by our fun and informative staff, our interactive premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  $12/person.  Tickets are required. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets.

Fish Fry
Fish Fry Fridays at del Lago

Join us every Friday at The Vine for $9.99 fish fry and $2 beer specials

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

bacon
5th Annual Bacon on the Lakein

You read it right; we said BACON! The wineries have paired tantalizing bacon dishes with CLWT wines for your pleasure. Your taste buds will thank us later. At every winery, leave a ticket stub in the piggy bank for a chance to win a BBQ Bacon Basket. One lucky person will win a BBQ Smoker!

 

Besides sampling bacon infused dishes, you’ll sample a wine that compliments that dish, and also be offered up to 3 more additional wine tastings.

 

In addition, make sure to visit each of the 14 wineries to be eligible to win a BBQ themed gift basket containing BBQ sauces, utensils, and so much more! Just tear off a stub from your ticket at each winery and deposit into a Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Piggy Bank. The more wineries you visit the more chances you have to win!

 

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 
  • A chance to win a BBQ themed basket at each winery
Spring
Live Music Series during dinner

Swing Set Duo featuring Tom McClure 

Mad Hatter's Tea Party

Follow the white rabbit to the zoo for a very special tea party with Alice and the Mad Hatter! Feast on fantastical finger foods, fruits and pastries, sip Fairytale Punch and select teas, play flamingo croquet and join the Queen of Hearts and her magical soldiers for games! Meet one of our charming animal ambassadors, too! Wear your maddest hat and don’t be late for this enchanting garden party at the zoo! Ticket includes zoo admission.

Superheroes Weekend
Superheroes Weekend at The Strong

Meet two of Marvel Comic's official superheroes—Black Panther leaps in on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Spider-Man swings by on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

Pose for a picture with your favorite superhero at a designated time by picking up a free ticket in the museum's Adams Atrium the day of the event while supplies last. All weekend long, meet professional comic book artists, learn about local comic book conventions, and create crime-fighting accessories to transform into your favorite superhero. Included with general museum admission fees.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

bacon
5th Annual Bacon on the Lakein

You read it right; we said BACON! The wineries have paired tantalizing bacon dishes with CLWT wines for your pleasure. Your taste buds will thank us later. At every winery, leave a ticket stub in the piggy bank for a chance to win a BBQ Bacon Basket. One lucky person will win a BBQ Smoker!

 

Besides sampling bacon infused dishes, you’ll sample a wine that compliments that dish, and also be offered up to 3 more additional wine tastings.

 

In addition, make sure to visit each of the 14 wineries to be eligible to win a BBQ themed gift basket containing BBQ sauces, utensils, and so much more! Just tear off a stub from your ticket at each winery and deposit into a Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Piggy Bank. The more wineries you visit the more chances you have to win!

 

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 
  • A chance to win a BBQ themed basket at each winery
Superheroes Weekend
Superheroes Weekend at The Strong

Meet two of Marvel Comic's official superheroes—Black Panther leaps in on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Spider-Man swings by on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

Pose for a picture with your favorite superhero at a designated time by picking up a free ticket in the museum's Adams Atrium the day of the event while supplies last. All weekend long, meet professional comic book artists, learn about local comic book conventions, and create crime-fighting accessories to transform into your favorite superhero. Included with general museum admission fees.

Beers at Hopshire Farm & Brewery
Brewmaster for a Day

Join Randy Lacey, Head Brewer at Hopshire, for a workshop on all things beer. The “brewmasters” will have the chance to brew a batch of beer together. Experience the mash, the sparging, and the boil and learn the rest of the steps to round out the process.  Enjoy brunch featuring Nom Nom Omlettes, enjoy a pint or two of beer, and take home your choice of growler.  Experience! The Finger Lakes will provide transportation to the brewery from points around Ithaca.

Schedule:

  • 10:00 am – Arrive at Hopshire Farm & Brewery. Meet Randy.  Mash in the grain.
  • 11:00 am – Enjoy brunch catered by Fitnell Farms, coffee, beer or mimosas
  • 12 – 3:00 pm – Return to the brewing process.  Experience sparging, transfer to the kettle and start of the boil. Learn about the rest of the process. Take home a growler of the Hopshire beer of your choice.

Important Info:

  • This tour is a public tour and requires a minimum of 8 total guests in order to run the tour at the listed price.

Departure Locations:

  • 9:15 AM at La Tourelle Hotel and Spa, 1150 Danby Road, Ithaca, NY
  • 9:30 AM at The Hotel Ithaca, 222 S. Cayuga Street Ithaca NY
  • 9:45 AM at Courtyard by Marriott, 29 Thornwood Dr, Ithaca, NY

Note:

  • Guests can choose to meet the group at Hopshire Brewery at 10:00 am. Advanced reservations are still required if you choose this option.
Jazz Brunch at Coltivare Sundays noon-2 pm. A part of regular brunch service 10am-3pm
Jazz Brunch at Coltivare ~ Ithaca

Join us for our weekly brunch service Sundays 10 a.m.-3 p.m., now featuring live music from the local Coltivare Jazz Trio noon-2! Enjoy our seasonal brunch menu and signature Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary Bar along with the accompaniment of this talented trio.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

Panel to Discuss Sports History in Geneva

Geneva, N.Y.: On March 26 at 7 p.m., the Geneva Historical Society is hosting a panel discussion, "Lessons for Life: Sports in Geneva" in conjunction with the current exhibit Panthers & Saints: High School Sports in Geneva. The panelists will discuss their experience with sports and athletics in Geneva's past. Planned participants are Nan DeMuth, Mike Hanna, Steve Muzzi, Carl Wenzel and Aliceann Wilbur.
 
A physical education teacher at Geneva and DeSales High Schools, Nan DeMuth was a pioneer in women's sports. She graduated from Auburn High School in 1946 and went on to Cortland where she earned her bachelors and masters degrees. Nan founded the AAU-affiliated Finger Lakes Track and Field Club in 1964, which gave girls the chance to compete in track events before Title IX required equal athletic opportunities through schools. She also taught kindergarten in Dundee schools and coached their girls basketball, softball, field hockey, and track and field teams.
 
Mike Hanna grew up in Corry, Pennsylvania, the son of a high school football coach. He graduated from Hobart College in 1968, serving as co-captain of both the Statesmen football and lacrosse teams his senior year.  After a three year stint in the U.S. Army, Mike embarked on a 47-year career in higher education and college athletics. After coaching stops at Johns Hopkins, Navy, and Princeton, Hanna was named Director of Hobart Athletics in 1981 and retired from the Colleges in December 2017. He and Geneva native Mary Anne (Duchaney) married in 1972; they have three adult children and five grandkids.
 
A 1972 graduate of DeSales High School, Steve Muzzi returned to his alma mater as a teacher, athletic director, and girls basketball coach. His basketball teams won three sectional and three league titles as well as a western regional title over 20 years. Steve also coached the Geneva High School varsity girls’ basketball team for eight years and coached cross country at both schools. An early member of the Geneva Sports Hall of Fame board of directors, Steve is currently the secretary for the organization. Steve taught economics and global studies at Geneva High, retiring in 2018 after a 43-year teaching career.
 
Carl Wenzel coached the Geneva High School boy's basketball team from 1980 to 2001, winning three Finger Lakes East titles and two Section V championships. Over that period his teams won 265 games, and he received several awards, including the New York State Coaches Association Honor Award in 1999. Carl also coached baseball and boys tennis at Geneva High. Carl grew up in Syracuse and played basketball for St. John Fisher College. He and his wife, Ann (Buckley), have three children, Andrew, Caroline, and Maureen. He retired from teaching business and accounting at Geneva High School in 2008.
 
Aliceann Wilbur grew up in Penn Yan and has been soccer coach for the William Smith Herons since the team's start in 1980. She is the first woman in collegiate soccer history to earn 400 career wins, and her 555 wins put her in first place on the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer all-time list. An exceptional mentor, Wilber has coached more Division III first-team All-Americans (25) than any other Division III women’s coach.

Our spring lecture series will continue on April 24 with the presentation "Women and the 19th-Century Culture of Fitness" by  FLCC professor David Hughes and on May 13 with Geneva Historical Society curator John Marks' program "Forgotten Geneva Sports Stories."
 
This program is supported in part by the Samuel B. Williams fund for programs in the Humanities and is free and open to the public. For more information about the program, call the Geneva Historical Society office at 315-789-5151.
 
The Geneva History Museum is located at 543 South Main Street. Winter hours are Tuesday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturdays 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Parking is available on the street or in the lot at Trinity Episcopal Church

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.

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.

Events for March 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.

Wine Tasting event at Grill 1-2-5, Radisson Corning
Wine Wednesdays

Each Wednesday in March, a featured NYS Winery will offer a tasting of their wares for FREE! 

Located in Grill 1-2-5

Featured Wineries

March 6 - Heron Hill

March 13 - Atwater 

March 20 - Wagner

March 27 - TBD

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.

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.

Events for March 28, 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.

Behind the Glass: Meet 2018 Rakow Commission Artist Rui Sasaki

Join Japanese artist and educator Rui Sasaki as she unveils for the first time her 2018 Rakow Commission piece. The Rakow Commission is awarded annually to up-and-coming and established artists whose work is not yet represented in the Museum’s collection.

Deprived of sunshine in one of the rainiest regions in Japan, Sasaki began to develop artworks—like her Rakow Commission piece—that capture the light. In her Behind The Glass lecture, Sasaki will discuss the development of her work, the evolution of her career, and her endeavor to capture the sun. Sasaki uses an array of materials in addition to glass, including resin, ice, light, and performance, to highlight subtle aspects of everyday life. Liquid Sunshine/I am a Pluviophile is a room-sized installation which distills Sasaki’s interest in weather. The commission consists of more than 200 blown glass “raindrops,” each embedded with small dots of phosphorescent material that absorb simulated sunlight. Sasaki’s installation is also one of 100 works included in New Glass Now, the Museum’s 2019 special exhibition, which opens in full this May.

This very special Behind The Glass will be followed immediately by a dessert reception. All portions of this event are free and open to the public.

About Behind the Glass

Behind the Glass lectures take place the second Thursday of the month. These events include the Museum’s popular Meet the Artist lectures, as well as talks by curators, writers, and historians. All lectures are free and open to the public. Watch lectures on our YouTube Channel.

Paint Your Pet for Woofstock is Thursday, March 28 at 6pm
Paint Your Pet for Woofstock

Join us as we get creative -- all to benefit Woofstock! We'll be painting portraits of our fur babies (cats, dogs, horses, hamsters, all pets welcome) under the guidance of the artists of Wine & Design! Join us for dinner over in the Café before class to get your creative juices flowing, then head over to the Small Barn to create your masterpiece. At the end of the night, you'll come away with a beautiful piece of hangable art of your 4-legged family member that you created!

1. Preregister BY MARCH 21 at https://wineanddesign.com/calendars/event.php?id=78410 .
2. Email a headshot of your pet to ithaca@wineanddesign.com
3. Join us at the winery on March 28 for a great time for a great cause!

Class is $60 per student (includes all supplies), with 25% going to the rescues and shelters of Woofstock.

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.

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.

Events for March 29, 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.

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

 

 

Premium Tastings at Buttonwood Grove
Premium Pairings - Cabin Fever!

Sample a selection of our barrel aged wines paired with March-inspired tasty tidbits - maple, Mardi Gras, and more! Savor the last days of winter in front of our cozy fire, because spring is right around the corner!  Led by our fun and informative staff, our interactive premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  $12/person.  Tickets are required. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets.

Maple Sugar Soiree
Maple Sugar Soiree

It’s a grand party celebrating the maple sugar harvest, and you’re invited! Toast a successful maple sugaring season with music, food and drinks, games and more. Break the winter doldrums with this sweet night out, plus receive a complimentary ticket to the Maple Sugar Festival! Reservations are encouraged.

This event is for adults ages 21+ and we will check each ID at the door (no infants/small children allowed). Tickets may be purchased at the door.

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

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

 

 

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.

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.

Events for March 30, 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.

Common Time – Concert

Common Time – Concert

Maple Sugar Festival & Pancake Breakfast
Maple Sugar Festival & Pancake Breakfast

WEEKENDS ONLY: MARCH 23-24 & 30-31

Enjoy fresh air and the delicious aroma of simmering syrup with the whole family (Kids are FREE). Get out into the woods to discover all things maple! Head out on the Maple History Trail to learn how various tapping methods evolved, and get hands-on with the tools of the trade. Visit our recently completed sugarhouse to see how sap is made into thick, amber maple syrup, and try a sample, then sit down to a hearty pancake breakfast to cap off the day!

Enjoy breakfast 9:00am-1:00pm. Sugar Shack, Nature Center and Historic Village are open 9:30am- 4:00pm.

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

Spring
Live Music Series during dinner

Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads Bluegrass Trio

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.

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.

Events for March 31, 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.

Maple Sugar Festival & Pancake Breakfast
Maple Sugar Festival & Pancake Breakfast

WEEKENDS ONLY: MARCH 23-24 & 30-31

Enjoy fresh air and the delicious aroma of simmering syrup with the whole family (Kids are FREE). Get out into the woods to discover all things maple! Head out on the Maple History Trail to learn how various tapping methods evolved, and get hands-on with the tools of the trade. Visit our recently completed sugarhouse to see how sap is made into thick, amber maple syrup, and try a sample, then sit down to a hearty pancake breakfast to cap off the day!

Enjoy breakfast 9:00am-1:00pm. Sugar Shack, Nature Center and Historic Village are open 9:30am- 4:00pm.

For tickets and more information, check out our website!

Jon Lamanna singing in microphone with event details
FREE Live Music Sundays at Ventosa Vineyards

Live music from 1-4pm. Reservations recommended- call (315)719-0000. Come have fun & support local artists! See our events page for our live music schedule: https://ventosavineyards.com/events/

Jon Lamanna singing in microphone with event details
FREE Live Music Sundays at Ventosa Vineyards

Live music from 1-4pm. Reservations recommended- call (315)719-0000. Come have fun & support local artists! See our events page for our live music schedule: https://ventosavineyards.com/events/

Inn at Taughannock's 2nd Annual Bridal Showcase
Inn at Taughannock's 2nd Annual Bridal Showcase

We’re delighted to invite you to attend our second Bridal Showcase at the Inn at Taughannock, this March 31st from Noon to 4PM! Festivities will take place inside our iconic Victorian hotel built in 1873, most of the space has panoramic view of Cayuga Lake. We're located in Trumansburg, NY just 7 miles from Ithaca. Last year's event was a great success with many in attendance and very happy couples!

The Inn is committed to provide a beautiful presentation of food, hors d’ oeuvres, complimentary champagne and investing in marketing the event. Brides/grooms and their guests will be charged $5.00 at the door. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly at 607-387-7711

 Inn at Taughannock's new wedding garden is nearing completion, the most stunning venue in the finger lakes area to wed… come see it! 

 

25
Jan 2019
Thru
09
May 2019
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.
900 East Ave
(585)-327-4800
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
05
Apr 2019
Thru
13
May 2019
Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden.
One Manhattan Square
(585)-263-2700
22
Apr 2019
Thru
26
Apr 2019
See guest artist Philippe Nigro during live, narrated demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop April 22 through 26 from 10 am to 4 pm.
One Museum Way
10:00am
(800)-732-6845
25
Apr 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
5435 State Route 14
5:00PM
(800)-243-5513
26
Apr 2019
Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant                         Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars 5435 State Route 14 Dundee NY 14837
5435 State Route 14
5:00PM
(800)-243-5513
26
Apr 2019
Thru
28
Apr 2019
21 and Over Drink. Eat. Garden Repeat. Get a head start on your herb garden. Collect the potted herbs and veggies featured in all 14 food samples along with the matching recipe collection.  
2770 Ernsberger Rd Suite 200
1:00
(607)-869-4281
26
Apr 2019
We kick off every weekend with our Friday Nite Pizza party featuring the choice of 3 gourmet pizzas in addition to the Crystal Lake Café's regular menu and music by a great local band!
4367 East Covert Rd
5:00pm
(607)-387-6801
26
Apr 2019
FRIDAY TASTING with Cutwater Spirits
820 Canandaigua Road
4pm
26
Apr 2019
Blue skies and sunny afternoons on the deck - spring is here!
5986 State Route 89
3:00 PM
(607)-869-9760