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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 April 1, 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.

Events for April 2, 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.

Events for April 3, 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.

Events for April 4, 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.

Madeline
Madeline and the Bad Hat

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

MADELINE AND THE BAD HAT

“In an old house in Paris that was covered in vines, lived twelve little girls in two straight lines…”

Join Madeline, Miss Clavel and the girls in this original musical, as they meet their mischievous new neighbor and learn that first impressions aren’t always the best. Based on the book by Ludwig Bemelmans, this amusing tale of enemies-become-friends will charm and entertain children and adults alike.

Recommended for grades Pre K-3 (55 minutes)

Curriculum Connections: Communication/Language Arts, Literature-Based, Music, Values-Based

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.

Teeny Tots Egg Hunt
Teeny Tots Egg Hunt

Delight in a special egg hunt just for toddlers!

Decorate an unused egg carton and take it with you as you journey through the museum’s Reading Adventureland, Berenstain Bears, and American Comic Book Heroes exhibits to find colorful eggs. Open your egg and see if it contains a toddler-safe prize, such as stickers and free rides on the museum’s carousel or train. Find one of each of the 12 colored eggs and receive a special prize! Take pictures with Peter Rabbit, hop down a bunny trail, and delight in seeing baby chicks and rabbits provided by CountryMax.

Purchase tickets today at museumofplay.org.

Art Explorers’ Story Hour
Art Explorers’ Story Hour: Animal Habitats

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 Over and Under the Pond by Kate Messner – 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 April 5, 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.

Elmira Little Theatre presents TO DRAG, OR NOT TO DRAG FUNDRAISER

Elmira Little Theatre presents 
TO DRAG, OR NOT TO DRAG

A fundraiser for Elmira Little Theatre in collaboration with Past & Present D.J. Productions.

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

3rd Annual ELT Fundraiser

Join us for our annual fundraiser that has become a “must see” for the area. Top-talent impersonators create a night of unparalleled entertainment!

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

                       

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Every Friday from - January 11th – April 26th  

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

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

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

*Gluten Free Fish Fry Available

 

 

Events for April 6, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Vegan Delight

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Vegan Delight
Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee New York 14837

www.glenora.com

Call 800.243.5513

                                

Taste | Tour | Tapas: Vegan Delight
April 6, 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. April’s theme is Vegan Delight. 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!

April Menu

Barbacoa Sweet Potato Empanada with Mojo

Pairing: Glenora Bubbly Muscat

 

Beet Burger with Shiitake Mushroom, Onions and Remoulade Sauce

Pairing: Knapp Pinot Noir

 

Chocolate Avocado Mousse & Candied Walnut

Pairing: CLR Emperor’s Blush

 

Annual Polar Plunge Fundraiser at the Beachcomber
Annual Polar Plunge Fundraiser at the Beachcomber

Take the plunge at our 9th annual Polar Plunge fundraiser for Vincent House on Saturday, April 6th!

We open at noon and registration is at 1:00. There is no fee to come, but sponsor someone to plunge! We'll have a DJ, prizes and fun for all ages, all day long!

Be a bear to raise money and plunge! Or, be a chicken to raise money (and don't plunge)!

Corporate sponsors are welcome, call or email us at info@beachcomberNY.com.

Spring
Live Music Series, during dinner

The Swing Set Duo featuring Tom McClure

Peter Rabbit Garden Party
Peter Rabbit Garden Party

Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.

Hop into the museum to meet Peter Rabbit! Stop by Mr. McGregor’s interactive garden and learn how to be quick on your feet just like Peter Rabbit by going through a tunnel, finding garden tools, and more. Plant real vegetables, use colorful construction paper to design a spring bouquet, enjoy story readings, and more. Included with general museum admission fees.

Copyright © Frederick Warne & Co. Frederick Warne & Co. is the owner of all rights, copyrights and trademarks in the Beatrix Potter character names and illustrations.

Events for April 7, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

Peter Rabbit Garden Party
Peter Rabbit Garden Party

Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.

Hop into the museum to meet Peter Rabbit! Stop by Mr. McGregor’s interactive garden and learn how to be quick on your feet just like Peter Rabbit by going through a tunnel, finding garden tools, and more. Plant real vegetables, use colorful construction paper to design a spring bouquet, enjoy story readings, and more. Included with general museum admission fees.

Copyright © Frederick Warne & Co. Frederick Warne & Co. is the owner of all rights, copyrights and trademarks in the Beatrix Potter character names and illustrations.

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.

Sensory-Friendly Sunday
Sensory-Friendly Sunday at The Strong

Enjoy The Strong before it opens to the public at an exclusive event designed for children with special sensory, developmental, or physical needs.

Explore the museum in a comfortable and accepting environment that features fewer guests, light and sound reduction, extra visual safety signage, and designated quiet areas that include sensory friendly toys. Also enjoy story readings and a free visit to the relaxing Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden before noonPlus, meet Peter Rabbit from 10 to 10:30 a.m. and 11 to 11:30 a.m.

Space is limited to 250 guests. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration required. Register at museumofplay.org/calendar/sensory-friendly-sunday

Events for April 8, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Events for April 9, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Late Nite
Late Nite Catechism

Clemens Center presents
LATE NITE CATECHISM

In the intimate setting of Mandeville Hall

 

Late Nite Catechism is, an uproarious piece of theater that takes audience members back – sometimes nostalgically, sometimes fearfully to the children they once were.  The irrepressible Sister teaches an adult catechism class to a roomful of “students” (the audience).  Over the course of the play, Sister goes from benevolent instructor, rewarding the “students” for correct answers with glow-in-the-dark rosaries and laminated saint cards, to authoritative drill sergeant.  These abrupt mood swings are bound to strike a resonant chord with everyone who survived the ups and downs of going to school, with an omniscient authoritarian at the helm.

The Catholic Register (Toronto) said, “The show appeals to Catholics and non-Catholics alike since ‘Sister’ clearly explains religious references in lighthearted ways while maintaining a serious tone that isn’t too preachy and far from being saccharine.”  The New York Times in 1996 declared “Late Nite Catechism speaks to an audience much broader than the membership of any one church.”

Late Nite Catechism, which was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award in New York and won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Lead Performance for Maripat Donovan. It is the longest running one woman show in Off-Broadway history and is such in the cities of Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, St. Louis, Scottsdale, New Orleans, and Los Angeles.

 

Show Length: Approximately 2 hours including an intermission.

Events for April 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Late Nite
Late Nite Catechism

Clemens Center presents
LATE NITE CATECHISM

In the intimate setting of Mandeville Hall

 

Late Nite Catechism is, an uproarious piece of theater that takes audience members back – sometimes nostalgically, sometimes fearfully to the children they once were.  The irrepressible Sister teaches an adult catechism class to a roomful of “students” (the audience).  Over the course of the play, Sister goes from benevolent instructor, rewarding the “students” for correct answers with glow-in-the-dark rosaries and laminated saint cards, to authoritative drill sergeant.  These abrupt mood swings are bound to strike a resonant chord with everyone who survived the ups and downs of going to school, with an omniscient authoritarian at the helm.

The Catholic Register (Toronto) said, “The show appeals to Catholics and non-Catholics alike since ‘Sister’ clearly explains religious references in lighthearted ways while maintaining a serious tone that isn’t too preachy and far from being saccharine.”  The New York Times in 1996 declared “Late Nite Catechism speaks to an audience much broader than the membership of any one church.”

Late Nite Catechism, which was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award in New York and won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Lead Performance for Maripat Donovan. It is the longest running one woman show in Off-Broadway history and is such in the cities of Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, St. Louis, Scottsdale, New Orleans, and Los Angeles.

 

Show Length: Approximately 2 hours including an intermission.

Events for April 11, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Late Nite
Late Nite Catechism

Clemens Center presents
LATE NITE CATECHISM

In the intimate setting of Mandeville Hall

 

Late Nite Catechism is, an uproarious piece of theater that takes audience members back – sometimes nostalgically, sometimes fearfully to the children they once were.  The irrepressible Sister teaches an adult catechism class to a roomful of “students” (the audience).  Over the course of the play, Sister goes from benevolent instructor, rewarding the “students” for correct answers with glow-in-the-dark rosaries and laminated saint cards, to authoritative drill sergeant.  These abrupt mood swings are bound to strike a resonant chord with everyone who survived the ups and downs of going to school, with an omniscient authoritarian at the helm.

The Catholic Register (Toronto) said, “The show appeals to Catholics and non-Catholics alike since ‘Sister’ clearly explains religious references in lighthearted ways while maintaining a serious tone that isn’t too preachy and far from being saccharine.”  The New York Times in 1996 declared “Late Nite Catechism speaks to an audience much broader than the membership of any one church.”

Late Nite Catechism, which was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award in New York and won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Lead Performance for Maripat Donovan. It is the longest running one woman show in Off-Broadway history and is such in the cities of Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, St. Louis, Scottsdale, New Orleans, and Los Angeles.

 

Show Length: Approximately 2 hours including an intermission.

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.

Damiani Wine Cellars Wine Dinner

The dinner will take place in Watkins Glenn at the lovely Harbor Hotel overlooking Seneca Lake with five Damiani wines
including our Brut Sparkling from the exceptional 2012 vintage. 
Spend an evening surrounded by glorious food,
fine wine, and lively discussion. Engage with the winemaker and ask Phil Arras your most challenging questions. 
Learn about wine & food pairing from both Executive Chef Sean McElroy & Phil

April 11 | 6:00pm | 2019

The Harbor Hotel on Seneca Lake   
16 North Franklin St., Watkins Glen, NY 14891

A Champagne reception & Five paired courses.
Tickets are $85 per person and includes tax & gratuity.
For questions & reservations, call The Harbor Hotel at
(607) 535-3757.

 

DAMIANI WINE CELLARS WINEMAKER DINNER

~ CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION ~

AMUSE
Marinated Artichoke Hearts Asiago
Brut Sparkling 2012

APPETIZER
Lobster Ravioli, Pink Peppercorn, Prosciutto Cream Sauce
Barrel Fermented Chardonnay 2016

SALAD
Salad Niçoise, Potatoes, Green Beans, Tomatoes, Eggs, Olives, Tuna & Anchovies
Pinot Noir Davis Vineyard 2014

ENTRÉE
Tournedos Cheron, Stuffed Tomato & Duchess Potatoes
Meritage 2016

DESSERT
Three Berry Tart
Bollicine 

ORDER TICKETS NOW BY CALLING 607.535.3757

Events for April 12, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Late Nite
Late Nite Catechism

Clemens Center presents
LATE NITE CATECHISM

In the intimate setting of Mandeville Hall

 

Late Nite Catechism is, an uproarious piece of theater that takes audience members back – sometimes nostalgically, sometimes fearfully to the children they once were.  The irrepressible Sister teaches an adult catechism class to a roomful of “students” (the audience).  Over the course of the play, Sister goes from benevolent instructor, rewarding the “students” for correct answers with glow-in-the-dark rosaries and laminated saint cards, to authoritative drill sergeant.  These abrupt mood swings are bound to strike a resonant chord with everyone who survived the ups and downs of going to school, with an omniscient authoritarian at the helm.

The Catholic Register (Toronto) said, “The show appeals to Catholics and non-Catholics alike since ‘Sister’ clearly explains religious references in lighthearted ways while maintaining a serious tone that isn’t too preachy and far from being saccharine.”  The New York Times in 1996 declared “Late Nite Catechism speaks to an audience much broader than the membership of any one church.”

Late Nite Catechism, which was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award in New York and won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Lead Performance for Maripat Donovan. It is the longest running one woman show in Off-Broadway history and is such in the cities of Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, St. Louis, Scottsdale, New Orleans, and Los Angeles.

 

Show Length: Approximately 2 hours including an intermission.

darlingside
Darlingside at the Hangar Theatre

DSP Shows Present: Darlingside with special guest Molly Parden

Ticket Prices: $20 reserved. 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.

JON LOVITZ at del Lago FRI APR 12! Tickets on sale Fri Feb 15 at Noon

Friday, April 12 | 8PM     https://dellagoresort.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=173

Jon Lovitz has been one of the best known comedians for the last twenty years. He got his start acting in High School plays and developing his skills at the University of California, Irvine where he earned a B.A. in Drama. He also studied acting with Tony Barr at the Film Actors Workshop. At the advice of Tony Barr, Jon decided to concentrate solely on comedy.

He began taking classes with the famous improv comedy group, “The Groundlings” in 1982. One year later, after being accepted into “The Sunday Company”, Jon got his first acting job on the television show “The Paper Chase: the Second Year”. Thinking he was on his way, he promptly quit his job at a clothing store…and became a messenger. The next three years – nothing!!! Then, in September of 1984, he was accepted into the main company at “The Groundlings”.

On March 28, 1985, “The Groundlings” appeared on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson” where Jon premiered his character “Tommy Flanagan of Pathological Liars Anonymous”. Following the introduction of this persona, Jon got an agent, and booked a movie, a series, a voice over for a cartoon, and “Saturday Night Live”.

Jon has been working non-stop since. He was nominated for an Emmy his first two years on “Saturday Night Live”. While on SNL, he became known for his characters “Tommy Flanagan of the Pathological Liars Anonymous” (“Year, that’s the ticket”), “Master Thespian”, “Hanukkah Harry”, and “the Devil”. He has appeared in numerous films, including “Big”, “A League of Their Own”, “The Wedding Singer”, “High School High”, “Small Time Crooks”, “Rat Race”, “The Producers”, “Eight Crazy Nights”, “The Benchwarmers”, and “Grown Ups 2”, among many others. He has also worked with acclaimed directors such as Penny Marshall, Rob Reiner, Jerry Zucker, and Woody Allen.

Along with his comedy, Jon is well known for his distinctive voice. He was the lead voice for the character “Jay Sherman” in the acclaimed cult cartoon series, “The Critic”. He has also appeared in twelve episodes of “The Simpsons”, even creating the character of Marge Simpson’s boyfriend, “Artie Ziff” (who sounds suspiciously like Jay Sherman).

Jon has also appeared on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre in Neil Simon’s play “The Dinner Party”,  taking over the lead role from Henry Winkler. He has sung (yes, he can sing!) at Carnegie Hall three times (including “Great Performances: Ira Gershwin at 100: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall) and sung the National Anthem at Dodger Stadium and the U.S. Open. He also sang with English rock star, Robbie Williams at the Royal Alpert Hall and appears on his album, “Swing While You’re Winning!”

Jon has also had an illustrious television career. He was the first famous guest star on the hit show “Friends”. In the same week, he appeared on an episode of Seinfeld. Jon also had a recurring roles on “Hot in Cleveland”, “Las Vegas”, “Two and a Half Men”, “Hawaii Five-O”, and “New Girl”.

For the last ten years Jon has pursued a career as a stand-up comedian. He is one of the few performers to start as an actor and then become a stand-up comedian who successfully headlines nightclubs, theatres, and casinos across the country.

In 2015, Jon is set to appear in “Killing Hasselhoff”, “The Ridiculous 6”, and “Bark Ranger”, as well as headline numerous comedy shows across the country.

Tasting room at Heron Hill on Keuka
Traditions and Innovations Wine Tour on Keuka with Locally-Sourced Lunch

The marriage of tradition and innovation – original alongside the new – is what has always defined Keuka Lake. Join us on this tour as we unfold the history of Finger Lakes winemaking, taste the present state of a diversity of fine wines being produced along Keuka lake, and get a peek into what’s in store for the region as it re-emerges as an international winemaking destination. This tour is like no other: four wineries representing a lineage of four different countries share their culture and history with each sip of the glass.

 

The tour begins at Dr. Konstantin Frank’s Wine Cellars, the igniter of the Vinifera wine revolution in the Finger Lakes. Enjoy a wine tasting in their 1962 Reserve Tasting room and experience some of the very best wines in the Dr. Konstantin Frank portfolio. As you taste the wine, your server shares stories that unfold half a century and four generations of winemaking in the Frank family.

 

The next stop is Heron Hill Winery where John and Jo Ingle have been producing quality Rieslings, Cabernets and other Finger Lakes varietals since 1977. Here, you will enjoy a private tasting.

 

The next stop will be lunch at Bully Hill Vineyards.

 

After lunch, we make our way to the east side of the lake to experience the progeny of European winemaking heritage and Finger Lakes training that are establishing their own vision for quality winemaking in the region.

 

At Domaine LeSeurre, Sébastian and Céline LeSeurre are creating distinctive terroir-driven wines that are highly influenced by their French roots. Enjoy a private tasting showcasing side by side variations of the different varietals.

 

Next door at Weis Vineyards, Peter Weis, originally from Mosel, Germany creates wines in the Finger Lakes that are inspired by the similar climate and minerality of his native land. With either Peter, or his wife Ashlee, experience wines of distinctive character such as their Grüner Veltliner, Gewürtztraminer, and the house specialty, Heart of the Lake, in their converted tasting room barn.

 

Price

 

$165 per person includes transportation in a 14-passenger van, tasting fees, the added services you'll receive at each winery, the food pairings, and lunch.

 

Important Info

  • All tours are public tours and require a minimum of 5 total guests in order to run the tour at the listed price. Alternate pricing and touring options are available for tours that do not meet this minimum.
  • If you are a group of 8 or more, we can host you on this tour as part of our Private Tour Bundle Package. Please visit our Private Wine Tours page to view more information!
  • Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or special considerations, and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Departure Locations

  • Hotel Ithaca, 222 S. Cayuga St., Ithaca, NY 14850
  • Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel, 16 North Franklin St., Watkins Glen NY 14891
  • Best Western Plus The Hammondsport Hotel, 8440 NY-54, Hammondsport, NY 14840
Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

                       

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Every Friday from - January 11th – April 26th  

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

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

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

*Gluten Free Fish Fry Available

 

 

Events for April 13, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Late Nite
Late Nite Catechism

Clemens Center presents
LATE NITE CATECHISM

In the intimate setting of Mandeville Hall

 

Late Nite Catechism is, an uproarious piece of theater that takes audience members back – sometimes nostalgically, sometimes fearfully to the children they once were.  The irrepressible Sister teaches an adult catechism class to a roomful of “students” (the audience).  Over the course of the play, Sister goes from benevolent instructor, rewarding the “students” for correct answers with glow-in-the-dark rosaries and laminated saint cards, to authoritative drill sergeant.  These abrupt mood swings are bound to strike a resonant chord with everyone who survived the ups and downs of going to school, with an omniscient authoritarian at the helm.

The Catholic Register (Toronto) said, “The show appeals to Catholics and non-Catholics alike since ‘Sister’ clearly explains religious references in lighthearted ways while maintaining a serious tone that isn’t too preachy and far from being saccharine.”  The New York Times in 1996 declared “Late Nite Catechism speaks to an audience much broader than the membership of any one church.”

Late Nite Catechism, which was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award in New York and won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Lead Performance for Maripat Donovan. It is the longest running one woman show in Off-Broadway history and is such in the cities of Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, St. Louis, Scottsdale, New Orleans, and Los Angeles.

 

Show Length: Approximately 2 hours including an intermission.

Antique Show & Sale
Antique Show & Sale

Browse handpicked antiques and collectibles from over 30 dealers. From furniture, books and paintings to jewelry and textiles, a variety of collectibles will be under one roof. Get a jump on your shopping at the preview party on Friday evening, April 12 and beat the crowd, or join in the fun Saturday when Members are FREE! Stop in to the grand opening of our latest exhibit, Victoria’s Closet - Fashions of the 1850s as well.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Wine Dinner
Standing Stone Vineyards Dinner

Join us for an unforgettable Finger Lakes dining experience as we welcome Standing Stone Vineyards, pairing their distinct wines with an expertly crafted five-course meal prepared by Executive Chef Patrick Higgins. Located on the Eastern slopes of stunning Seneca Lake, this picturesque vineyard produces eight different varietals on their estate, including Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Gewürztraminer.

Featured in the June 2018 issue of Wine Spectator Magazine as one of four “Wineries to Watch,” Standing Stone Winery has been hailed as “shaping the future of the Finger Lakes.” Now under the ownership of Fred Merwarth and Oskar Bynke of Hermann J. Wiemer Winery, Standing Stone has been implementing changes in their growing, harvesting, and winemaking process, further contributing to the outstanding quality of their wines. 

Spring
Live Music Series, during dinner

Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads Bluegrass Trio

Events for April 14, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for April 15, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for April 16, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for April 17, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for April 18, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Andrea Gibson
Andrea Gibson at Hangar Theatre

DSP Shows Present: Andrea Gibson

Ticket Prices: $25 Reserved. 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.

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.

Events for April 19, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

Fish Fry Fridays at Veraisons Restaurant

                       

Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars

5435 State Route 14

Dundee NY 14837

800-243-5513

www.glenora.com

info@glenora.com


Every Friday from - January 11th – April 26th  

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

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

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

*Gluten Free Fish Fry Available

 

 

Events for April 20, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Spring
Live Music Series during dinner

Johnny Russo on Piano

Animal Egg-Stravaganza

Watch the animals as they enjoy their very own “Egg-Stravaganza.” A variety of animals will receive eggs and egg-shaped enrichment items throughout the day. Don’t miss this egg-citing event! Presenting unusual items to the animals is part of the zoo’s enrichment program, designed to promote natural behaviors and keep our animals engaged, curious and happy.

Events for April 21, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

Tangle Creations School Break
Tangle Creations School Break

Get bendy with Tangle Creations, the twisty toys that provide a therapeutic outlet for the imagination! Go hands-on with a variety of the popular Tangle types, test your skills trying to read tricky tongue twisters, build a twisty toy masterpiece at craft tables, and turn yourself upside down in a classic game of Twister, inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame in 2015. Included with general museum admission fees.

Easter Dinner
Easter Brunch/Dinner

Easter marks the arrival of new life to Aurora — Tulips and Daffodils blossom and the spring sunshine shakes off the last remains of winter. We celebrate this special holiday by focusing on family and tradition during one of the loveliest times of the year. Join us at our table on Easter Sunday table for our special three-course dinner, inspired by the arrival of spring and the new bounty it brings. 
 

Brunch Menu & Details
Easter Brunch Buffet

$25.95 per Adult

1/2 price for kids 5-12

Free kids under 5

Easter Brunch at the Zoo
Easter Brunch

We invite you to join us for a wildly unique Easter Sunday celebration. Indulge in our delicious brunch buffet along with a dessert table rich with pastries and a chocolate fountain as well as a Bloody Mary and mimosa bar. Our pint-sized guests will enjoy their very own buffet featuring items created just for them.

Round out your day with a meet and mingle with our animal “ambassador” and enjoy free admission to the zoo.

Dining Room at Veraisons Restaurant
Easter Buffet at Veraisons Restaurant

Join us for our Easter Buffet at Veraisons Restaurant featuring a carving station, decadent buffet selections, a “Create Your Own Pasta” station and a homemade dessert bar on Easter Sunday! Seatings for the buffet are at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Advanced reservations are required by calling 800.243.5513 or reserving a table online at www.Glenora.com/Reservations.

Adults $38
Children (12 and under) $18

*Plus tax & gratuity. Veraisons will be closed for dinner following the buffet.

BUFFET MENU

Carving Selections:
Rosemary Infused Sliced Leg of Lamb
Roasted Fresh Ham Cured with Brown Sugar

Buffet Selections:
Strawberry Arugula Salad with Goat Cheese & Almonds
Pesto Crusted Salmon
Carrot Ginger Soup
Caesar Salad & Pasta Salad
Citrus Marinated Chicken
Chive Mashed Potato
Home Style Vegetable Pot Pie
Thyme Butter Green Beans & Carrots
Saffron Lime Rice
Herbed Biscuits & Assorted Rolls
Tea Sandwiches & Local Cheeses

“Create Your Own” Pasta Station:
Choose from an array of veggies, meats, seafood & sauces

Dessert Bar:
Assortment of house-made desserts

Spring, Easter, Flowers
Easter Sunday Brunch

Easter Sunday Brunch with live music - first seating at 10 am.  Enjoy served juices and appetizer with buffet selections including fresh fruit, chilled shrimp, waffles, a carving station with baked ham and roast strip loin, house made desserts and served to order omelettes.

Events for April 22, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

Events for April 23, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

Events for April 24, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

Events for April 25, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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.

Events for April 26, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

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

 

 

April 26-28
27th Annual Wine & Herb Festival on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

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.

 

As you savor herb-prepared cuisine, you’ll be offered a wine that compliments that dish and be able to take home the recipes, so that you can be the highlight at your next get together. You’ll also be offered up to 3 additional wine tastings.

 

2018 Herbs: Dill, Sage, Cilantro, Lettuce, Bell Pepper, Lavender, Basil, Jalapeno Pepper, Orego, Thyme, Tomato, Parlsey, Peppermint, Eggplant.

 


 

Event Hours:

 

Friday 1-5pm, the following wineries are participating:
Long Point
Montezuma
Six Mile Creek

 

Saturday 10-6pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.
Sunday 10-6pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.

 

Tickets:

 

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

 

Single tickets are $45 (plus tax) and includes:

 

  • 1 souvenir wine glass
  • 1 potted herb or veggie plant per winery
  • 1 wine and food pairing at each winery  
  • 3 additional wine tastings per winery
  • 1 garden guide
  • 1 plant carrier
  • 1 recipe collection

 

Couples tickets are $65 (plus tax) and include: 

 

  • 2 souvenir wine glasses
  • 1 potted herb or veggie plant per winery
  • 1 wine and food pairing at each winery, per person
  • 3 additional wine tastings per winery, per person
  • 1 garden guide 
  • 1 plant carrier
  • 1 recipe collection

 

Discounted designated driver tickets are available. The DD gets all the same perks as a regular ticket, minus the wine.  They also get a DD travel mug, rather than a wine glass. $22.50 for a single (plus tax), $52.50 for a couple (plus tax). A couple’s DD ticket consists of one person who drinks and one person who does not.

 

Be sure to buy your tickets early, we have a limited amount available per weekend.

Events for April 27, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

April 26-28
27th Annual Wine & Herb Festival on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

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.

 

As you savor herb-prepared cuisine, you’ll be offered a wine that compliments that dish and be able to take home the recipes, so that you can be the highlight at your next get together. You’ll also be offered up to 3 additional wine tastings.

 

2018 Herbs: Dill, Sage, Cilantro, Lettuce, Bell Pepper, Lavender, Basil, Jalapeno Pepper, Orego, Thyme, Tomato, Parlsey, Peppermint, Eggplant.

 


 

Event Hours:

 

Friday 1-5pm, the following wineries are participating:
Long Point
Montezuma
Six Mile Creek

 

Saturday 10-6pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.
Sunday 10-6pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.

 

Tickets:

 

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

 

Single tickets are $45 (plus tax) and includes:

 

  • 1 souvenir wine glass
  • 1 potted herb or veggie plant per winery
  • 1 wine and food pairing at each winery  
  • 3 additional wine tastings per winery
  • 1 garden guide
  • 1 plant carrier
  • 1 recipe collection

 

Couples tickets are $65 (plus tax) and include: 

 

  • 2 souvenir wine glasses
  • 1 potted herb or veggie plant per winery
  • 1 wine and food pairing at each winery, per person
  • 3 additional wine tastings per winery, per person
  • 1 garden guide 
  • 1 plant carrier
  • 1 recipe collection

 

Discounted designated driver tickets are available. The DD gets all the same perks as a regular ticket, minus the wine.  They also get a DD travel mug, rather than a wine glass. $22.50 for a single (plus tax), $52.50 for a couple (plus tax). A couple’s DD ticket consists of one person who drinks and one person who does not.

 

Be sure to buy your tickets early, we have a limited amount available per weekend.

Discover Neverland
Discover Neverland

Discover the magic of Neverland. Get a sprinkle of fairy dust from Tinker Bell, meet Peter Pan, enjoy a story reading with Wendy Darling, and take part in a treasure hunt. Visit the Neverland play area and try on fairy wings and pirate hooks, go behind the wheel of the Jolly Roger, and more. Meet with representatives from the Corn Hill Arts Festival and learn how you can build your own fairy house and submit it to the 2019 Corn Hill Arts Festival Fairy House Tour. Included with general museum admission fees.

Spring
Live Music Series, during dinner

Johnny Russo's Jazz Duo

Cooking Class: Ceviche, Mole Enchiladas, & Salsa
Cooking Class: Ceviche, Mole Enchiladas, & Salsa

Learn the ins and the outs of cooking techniques, how to dial in flavor profiles, and the art of food and wine pairing from Fox Run's highly acclaimed Chef, Brud Holland. In this hands-on cooking class, students-turned-chef masters will gain practical experience cooking intricate meals with this skilled chef. Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, the April 27 selection will be:

Gulf Shrimp and Grouper Ceviche
Chicken Mole Enchiladas
Bean, Corn, and Chili Salsa

You will prepare the majority of the meal, while also enjoying one-on-one instruction and a cooking demonstration by the chef. Afterward, sit down and sip a complimentary glass of wine while you indulge in your creation!

Class sizes are limited so reserve your spot ASAP online or by calling 315-536-4616. Tickets: $45 + tax.

Events for April 28, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

April 26-28
27th Annual Wine & Herb Festival on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

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.

 

As you savor herb-prepared cuisine, you’ll be offered a wine that compliments that dish and be able to take home the recipes, so that you can be the highlight at your next get together. You’ll also be offered up to 3 additional wine tastings.

 

2018 Herbs: Dill, Sage, Cilantro, Lettuce, Bell Pepper, Lavender, Basil, Jalapeno Pepper, Orego, Thyme, Tomato, Parlsey, Peppermint, Eggplant.

 


 

Event Hours:

 

Friday 1-5pm, the following wineries are participating:
Long Point
Montezuma
Six Mile Creek

 

Saturday 10-6pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.
Sunday 10-6pm, ALL 14 wineries are participating.

 

Tickets:

 

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

 

Single tickets are $45 (plus tax) and includes:

 

  • 1 souvenir wine glass
  • 1 potted herb or veggie plant per winery
  • 1 wine and food pairing at each winery  
  • 3 additional wine tastings per winery
  • 1 garden guide
  • 1 plant carrier
  • 1 recipe collection

 

Couples tickets are $65 (plus tax) and include: 

 

  • 2 souvenir wine glasses
  • 1 potted herb or veggie plant per winery
  • 1 wine and food pairing at each winery, per person
  • 3 additional wine tastings per winery, per person
  • 1 garden guide 
  • 1 plant carrier
  • 1 recipe collection

 

Discounted designated driver tickets are available. The DD gets all the same perks as a regular ticket, minus the wine.  They also get a DD travel mug, rather than a wine glass. $22.50 for a single (plus tax), $52.50 for a couple (plus tax). A couple’s DD ticket consists of one person who drinks and one person who does not.

 

Be sure to buy your tickets early, we have a limited amount available per weekend.

Discover Neverland
Discover Neverland

Discover the magic of Neverland. Get a sprinkle of fairy dust from Tinker Bell, meet Peter Pan, enjoy a story reading with Wendy Darling, and take part in a treasure hunt. Visit the Neverland play area and try on fairy wings and pirate hooks, go behind the wheel of the Jolly Roger, and more. Meet with representatives from the Corn Hill Arts Festival and learn how you can build your own fairy house and submit it to the 2019 Corn Hill Arts Festival Fairy House Tour. Included with general museum admission fees.

A Friend to Every Butterfly Scout Program
A Friend to Every Butterfly Scout Program

Scout troops can flutter into the museum for a behind-the-scenes experience in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden.

Enjoy a classroom-style talk with The Strong’s biologist, who will provide fascinating facts and information about butterflies. Stroll through Upstate New York’s only year-round, indoor butterfly garden featuring hundreds of butterflies and tropical flowers. Design a butterfly feeder for your yard. This experience includes general museum admission to explore other exhibits, including Imagination Destination, Toy Halls of Fame, and Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit.

Registration is required. Space is limited. This program is for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in kindergarten through grade 3.

Events for April 29, 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.

Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

Events for April 30, 2019 x
Orchids in Bloom
Orchids in Bloom

Marvel at more than 150 orchids on display in Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden. Enjoy a rare opportunity to get up close to a variety of colorful orchids from all over the world, including Central and South America and Asia, and take pictures as butterflies rest on the flowers. Garden admission fees apply. Presented in memory of Carol D. Simmons.

The King and I
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s THE KING AND I

Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series 
2018-2019 Season at the Clemens Center
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s
THE KING AND I

Two worlds collide in this “breathtaking and exquisite” (The New York Times) musical, based on the 2015 Tony Award®-winning Lincoln Center Theater production. One of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s finest works, THE KING AND I boasts a score that features such beloved classics as “Getting To Know You,” “I Whistle a Happy Tune,” “Hello Young Lovers,” “Shall We Dance” and “Something Wonderful.”

Set in 1860’s Bangkok, the musical tells the story of the unconventional and tempestuous relationship that develops between the King of Siam and Anna Leonowens, a British schoolteacher whom the modernist King, in an imperialistic world, brings to Siam to teach his many wives and children. THE KING AND I is “too beautiful to miss” (New York Magazine).

Take a peek…KingAndIMusical.com

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
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
18
Mar 2019
Thru
19
Mar 2019
Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series 2018-2019 Season at the Clemens CenterSOMETHING ROTTEN!
207 Clemens Center Parkway
7:30pm
(607)-734-8191
20
Mar 2019
Every Wednesday, Ventosa has free live music with artists rotating weekly.
3440 Rt 96a
5pm
(315)-719-0000
20
Mar 2019
Each Wednesday in March, a featured NYS Winery will offer a tasting of their wares for FREE!  Located in Grill 1-2-5
125 Denison Parkway East
5:00 pm
(607)-962-5000
20
Mar 2019
FREE Live Music Weekly ~ Year Round!
3440 Rt. 96A
6:00 - 9:00 PM
(315)-719-0000
21
Mar 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
21
Mar 2019
Beat the cabin fever and dust off your dancing shoes! Enjoy great music, glassmaking, and revelry at March’s 2300°.
One Museum Way
06:00PM
(800)-732-6845
21
Mar 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
22
Mar 2019
Join us every Friday at The Vine for $9.99 fish fry and $2 beer specials
1133 State Route 414
12PM
(315)-946-1616