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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 September 1, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum is participating in the Blue Star Museum Program

Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum is participating in the Blue Star Museum Program, offering free admission to active-duty military personnel and up to five family members.  Open Tuesday through Sunday (and Monday holidays).

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

MARS has come to Wings of Eagles Discovery Center with hour new Summer Hours
MARS has come to Wings of Eagles Discovery Center

Wings off Eagles Announces it's reopening for Summer Hours (Wednesdays-Sundays for museum) as well as introductory tours through our Mars Habitat, Mars Base Eagle. 

We also recently opened our 2 NEW MARS-BASED ESCAPE ROOMS! 

See our website for further details!

MARS BASE EAGLE AT WINGS OF EAGLES
MARS has landed at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center

MARS has landed at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center featuring 2 NEW MARS-BASED ESCAPE ROOMS!

Opening July 5th for our new summer hours, Wednesdays - Sundays 10:00am - 4:00pm for the museum with introductory tours through our new Mars Habitat, MARS BASE EAGLE featuring 2 exciting Mars-based ESCAPE ROOMS

Information and scheduling of Escape Rooms https://mars.wingsofeagles.com/

 

 

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Barrel Series Experience
Barrel Series Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Barrel Series Experience

August 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

The tour begins at the Dr. Konstantin Frank winery where we head underground to our barrel cellar. Here you will learn the process of barrel production, the different types of oak and where they originate from, and alternatives to barrel aging with amphora. We will taste two wines, one unoaked and one oaked, to explore the differences between them, and taste current vintage wines aging in barrel. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal bites where you taste wines that have aged in barrel of varying levels of new oak and time. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes. 

 

Neighbors FREE Weekend
Neighbors FREE Weekend at Genesee Country Village & Museum

All Labor Day weekend, the museum will offer free admission to residents in five neighborhoods surrounding the museum: Mumford, Caledonia, Scottsville, LeRoy, and Avon. The weekend intent is to acknowledge museum neighbors and thank them for their support. To receive free admission, neighbors need only present a driver's license or a utility bill with the applicable zip code at the Admissions area.

The zip codes included are: 14511, 14423, 14546, 14482, and 14414.

We are also open on Labor Day Monday!

Summer Concert Series at the Lighthouse—The Krazy Firemen

The original members of this group, being avid participants in the concert and marching bands of local fire departments, would often get together in smaller groups to play area gigs.  Whether playing Strauss waltzes, circus marches, old-time rock ‘n’ roll, or country western, The Krazy Firemen deliver a wonderful performance.  2-4 p.m.  FREE.  Outdoors on the Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum lawn, 7606 North Ontario Street, Sodus Point, NY.  Bring your own chair.  Free shuttle bus from Newark, Lyons, Sodus, and Sodus Point.  Museum admission is just $1 during the concert.  Refreshments are available at the Lighthouse Concession Stand.  For more information, call (315) 483-4936 or visit www.sodusbaylighthouse.org.  Made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts, Finger Lakes Community Arts Grants, and Lighthouse Events Sponsors.

Events for September 2, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum is participating in the Blue Star Museum Program

Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum is participating in the Blue Star Museum Program, offering free admission to active-duty military personnel and up to five family members.  Open Tuesday through Sunday (and Monday holidays).

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

MARS has come to Wings of Eagles Discovery Center with hour new Summer Hours
MARS has come to Wings of Eagles Discovery Center

Wings off Eagles Announces it's reopening for Summer Hours (Wednesdays-Sundays for museum) as well as introductory tours through our Mars Habitat, Mars Base Eagle. 

We also recently opened our 2 NEW MARS-BASED ESCAPE ROOMS! 

See our website for further details!

MARS BASE EAGLE AT WINGS OF EAGLES
MARS has landed at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center

MARS has landed at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center featuring 2 NEW MARS-BASED ESCAPE ROOMS!

Opening July 5th for our new summer hours, Wednesdays - Sundays 10:00am - 4:00pm for the museum with introductory tours through our new Mars Habitat, MARS BASE EAGLE featuring 2 exciting Mars-based ESCAPE ROOMS

Information and scheduling of Escape Rooms https://mars.wingsofeagles.com/

 

 

 

Neighbors FREE Weekend
Neighbors FREE Weekend at Genesee Country Village & Museum

All Labor Day weekend, the museum will offer free admission to residents in five neighborhoods surrounding the museum: Mumford, Caledonia, Scottsville, LeRoy, and Avon. The weekend intent is to acknowledge museum neighbors and thank them for their support. To receive free admission, neighbors need only present a driver's license or a utility bill with the applicable zip code at the Admissions area.

The zip codes included are: 14511, 14423, 14546, 14482, and 14414.

We are also open on Labor Day Monday!

Labor Day
Open Labor Day!

The Windmill Farm and Craft Market is open on Labor Day. Hopefully you are off work so you can come enjoy some delicious food and great shopping!

Hop Harvest Festival
Hop Harvest Festival at Genesee Country Village & Museum

What better way to spend Labor Day than with all things hops? Follow the journey of hops, one of New York State’s original cash crops, from field to brewery to pint glass. There will be tastings, food, and music all day, so kick back with one of GCV&M’s signature ales, and enjoy this last hurrah to summer!

For more information, check out our website at: https://www.gcv.org/events/hop-harvest-festival/

Events for September 3, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

Sapalta Pizza
Sapalta's Pint & Pie Night @ Plum Point Lodge

Chef Brud Holland, one of the Finger Lakes' best,  offers six personal-sized pizzas adorned with surprising mixes of local herbs, meats and cheeses. Muranda blue cheese and steak! House smoked salmon with Morning Glory cheese! A Sapalta Special with bacon, plum jam and cheese! All paired artfully with local craft beers. Every Tuesday at Plum Point Lodge on Seneca.

Events for September 4, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

Events for September 5, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

Payton Clark Live at Market Street Social
Market Street Social LIVE - Payton Clark

Weekly Live entertinment at Market Street Social 

Leah Brown Live at Market Street Social
Market Street Social LIVE - Leah Brown & the Side Hustle

Every Thursday and Friday beginning at 6 pm, Market Street Social gives the Gaffer District some of the hottest local acts in the Finger Lakes region – for no cover charge (summer schedule appears below).  When the weather is inclement, the show will be moved inside to Radisson Hotel Corning’s Steuben Bar. Daily happy hours between 4 pm and 6 pm feature rotating specials on food and drinks, including a buy one menu item, get a second half-off deal. On Sundays and Mondays from 4 pm to 6 pm, Market Street Social also presents a yappy hour for dogs featuring a buy one Pamper Your Pooch menu item (house-made gourmet doggie dishes), get a second half-off deal. 

Events for September 6, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

Leah Brown Live at Market Street Social
Market Street Social LIVE - Leah Brown & the Side Hustle

Every Thursday and Friday beginning at 6 pm, Market Street Social gives the Gaffer District some of the hottest local acts in the Finger Lakes region – for no cover charge (summer schedule appears below).  When the weather is inclement, the show will be moved inside to Radisson Hotel Corning’s Steuben Bar. Daily happy hours between 4 pm and 6 pm feature rotating specials on food and drinks, including a buy one menu item, get a second half-off deal. On Sundays and Mondays from 4 pm to 6 pm, Market Street Social also presents a yappy hour for dogs featuring a buy one Pamper Your Pooch menu item (house-made gourmet doggie dishes), get a second half-off deal. 

Racers taking a turn
Grand Prix Festival of Watkins Glen

Join us on September 6, 2019 and experience the sheen, roar, and sleek lines of hundreds of sports and classic cars!

There’s something for everyone at the Grand Prix Festival in Watkins Glen, New York! Parked along the main streets of the village you will find over 600 classic sports cars of all ages and marques for your enjoyment. In addition to live music, wine tasting, food courts, and assorted other family activities, a variety of vendors of racing items and related merchandise are provided for your entertainment and pleasure.

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Glitz & Glamour Logo
Glitz & Glamour

Produced by Past and Present DJ Productions

Glitz & Glamour

Friday, September 6 & Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. in Mandeville Hall

 

Tickets: Advance – $25; At the Door – $30.

For tickets and information contact Roger Laughlin at 607-731-7953.

 

20 YEARS Running! Featuring an all-star cast of the best female and male impersonators!

Events for September 7, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Glitz & Glamour Logo
Glitz & Glamour

Produced by Past and Present DJ Productions

Glitz & Glamour

Friday, September 6 & Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. in Mandeville Hall

 

Tickets: Advance – $25; At the Door – $30.

For tickets and information contact Roger Laughlin at 607-731-7953.

 

20 YEARS Running! Featuring an all-star cast of the best female and male impersonators!

Tent with music, food, and wine
Some Like It HOT at Hosmer Winery

Join us for Hosmer Winery’s annual harvest party – Some Like It HOT! Enjoy delicious food from Lake Country Food Truck while jamming to live music from Flying Boxcar. Wine, regional beer, mimosas, and special cocktails will be served by the glass. Dance, eat, drink, and play lawn games in the summer sun to help us kick off the beginning of harvest. This event is free admission to everyone! 

Events for September 8, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

The Galtee Mountain Boys in front of Keuka Spring Vineyards Tasting Room
Music & Wine with The Galtee Mountain Boys and Milliner's Southern Smoke

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the view at our Music & Wine Events. Each one features local musical artists and a selected food vendor. Music begins around 1:30 pm, with lunch available at around 12 pm. Come every week with your family and friends!

Join the boys and their fiddler for some traditional Irish tunes as we ring in the Fall season. Enjoy a glass of wine, and the cool clear skies. Savor Milliner's Southern Smoke's barbecue specialties!  Free and open to the public. 

Events for September 9, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Events for September 10, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Events for September 11, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

The Ampersand Project Live at Market Street Social
Market Street Social LIVE - The Ampersand Project

Every Thursday and Friday beginning at 6 pm, Market Street Social gives the Gaffer District some of the hottest local acts in the Finger Lakes region – for no cover charge (summer schedule appears below).  When the weather is inclement, the show will be moved inside to Radisson Hotel Corning’s Steuben Bar. Daily happy hours between 4 pm and 6 pm feature rotating specials on food and drinks, including a buy one menu item, get a second half-off deal. On Sundays and Mondays from 4 pm to 6 pm, Market Street Social also presents a yappy hour for dogs featuring a buy one Pamper Your Pooch menu item (house-made gourmet doggie dishes), get a second half-off deal. 

 

Events for September 12, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

The Ampersand Project Live at Market Street Social
Market Street Social LIVE - The Ampersand Project

Every Thursday and Friday beginning at 6 pm, Market Street Social gives the Gaffer District some of the hottest local acts in the Finger Lakes region – for no cover charge (summer schedule appears below).  When the weather is inclement, the show will be moved inside to Radisson Hotel Corning’s Steuben Bar. Daily happy hours between 4 pm and 6 pm feature rotating specials on food and drinks, including a buy one menu item, get a second half-off deal. On Sundays and Mondays from 4 pm to 6 pm, Market Street Social also presents a yappy hour for dogs featuring a buy one Pamper Your Pooch menu item (house-made gourmet doggie dishes), get a second half-off deal. 

 

Can't Count Trio Live at Market Street Social
Market Street Social LIVE - Can't Count Trio

Every Thursday and Friday beginning at 6 pm, Market Street Social gives the Gaffer District some of the hottest local acts in the Finger Lakes region – for no cover charge (summer schedule appears below).  When the weather is inclement, the show will be moved inside to Radisson Hotel Corning’s Steuben Bar. Daily happy hours between 4 pm and 6 pm feature rotating specials on food and drinks, including a buy one menu item, get a second half-off deal. On Sundays and Mondays from 4 pm to 6 pm, Market Street Social also presents a yappy hour for dogs featuring a buy one Pamper Your Pooch menu item (house-made gourmet doggie dishes), get a second half-off deal. 

St Vith Band
St. Vith ~ Party at the Point Music Series

Party at the Point Summer Music Series week 10 welcomes the St. Vith Duo on Thursday September 12th! Come enjoy live music on the deck overlooking beautiful Seneca Lake! Locally-sourced dinner and drink features at Sapalta will also be available.

Events for September 13, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Can't Count Trio Live at Market Street Social
Market Street Social LIVE - Can't Count Trio

Every Thursday and Friday beginning at 6 pm, Market Street Social gives the Gaffer District some of the hottest local acts in the Finger Lakes region – for no cover charge (summer schedule appears below).  When the weather is inclement, the show will be moved inside to Radisson Hotel Corning’s Steuben Bar. Daily happy hours between 4 pm and 6 pm feature rotating specials on food and drinks, including a buy one menu item, get a second half-off deal. On Sundays and Mondays from 4 pm to 6 pm, Market Street Social also presents a yappy hour for dogs featuring a buy one Pamper Your Pooch menu item (house-made gourmet doggie dishes), get a second half-off deal. 

Fox Run's Food and Wine Experience
Food & Wine Experience

Enjoy a unique, personalized tour with a lunch focused on food and wine pairing. You’ll begin by sipping our welcome wine while you enjoy an in-depth tour of the vineyards and winemaking facility, which overlooks Seneca Lake. Following the tour, Chef Brud Holland will serve you a plate of five delicious bites alongside a flight of six incredible wines, including a dessert wine. Lunch will be served in our historic barrel room—a restored dairy barn from the 1800s. And Owners Scott or Ruth will join you for lunch.

Select Fridays, July through October, starting at 11:30 AM.

2019 Dates:

July 5, 12, 19, 26
August 9, 16, 23, 30
September 6, 13, 20
October 4, 11, 18

Tickets are $45 per person + tax. Reservations should be made 24 hours in advance.

Headley's Liquor Barn - Friday Tasting with Prairie Organic Vodka & UVgo Vokda cans

Friday Tasting with Prairie Organic Vodka & UVgo Vodka Cans. Come try before you buy!

Events for September 14, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Northside House and Northside residents
Ithaca Northside Triangle Neighborhood Tour

Join Historic Ithaca and Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services (INHS) for a walking tour of the Northside Triangle neighborhood to learn more about its history and community development. The tour will be led by Historic Ithaca Preservation Services Coordinator Christine O’Malley and INHS Development Manager Kayla Wingert.

Jackson Cavalier
Jackson Cavalier at The Windmill

Jackson Cavalier is literally a one man band! He started out playing Blues and transitioned into Folk, Country, Bluegrass and Americana. Come out and listen to this talented young man and enjoy some delicious food and great shopping while you are here!

Aerial shot of the lawn at Glenora Wine Cellars, with tents and tables set up for our annual lobster dinner.
Leaves & Lobsters on the Lawn

Lobster Dinner ticket holders receive a whole Maine Lobster, steamed clams, salt potatoes, freshly picked sweet corn, cole slaw, rolls, homemade brownies, and iced tea. In addition to lobster dinners, a la carte choices will be available.

Food 12:00-4:00 PM each day

A la Carte Menu includes Fried Chicken, Yellow Cab Sausage Grinder with peppers & onions, Hamburger (8oz), Cheeseburger (8oz), 1/2 dozen clams, local corn on the cob, housemade coleslaw, local salt potatoes, housemade brownies (all priced individually).

Live Entertainment 1:00-5:00 pm each day

Saturday - Bob's Brother's Band

Sunday - Diana Jacobs Band

Join us for our first ever country music festival presented in part by Q-Country 103.4
Americana Countryfest

Join us, in partnership with Q-Country 103.7, for our first ever Americana Countryfest right here at the winery this September! 4 top regional country bands, headlined by Tink Bennet & Tailor-Made, will come together to play 8 hours of great country faves that span the genre:

1:30-3:30 Donna & The Mystics 
3:30-5:30 Jason Wicks 
5:30-7:30 Chasing Neon 
7:30-9:30 Tailor-Made

The crew from Q-Country will act as emcee for the show, with contests and giveaways at their tent. There will be a blind draw cornhole tournament, food trucks and beer wine & spirits too!

Tickets are $15 in advance (by calling the winery at 607.387.6801) or $17.50 at the gate, which opens at 11am! Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and definitely your dancing shoes (or in this case, cowboy boots)!

pizza and wine
Ingle Vineyard Harvest Celebration

Join us for our annual Ingle Vineyard Harvest Celebration!


Though this time of year is busy with long days of picking and pressing grapes, we love to celebrate the beauty of our bounty and hard work. 🍇

We'll have wine, other local craft beverages, vendors & activities, live music by Craig Synder Trio, freshly made wood-fired pizza + other delicious treats.

Check out the Facebook event for the list of local vendors!

Americana Vineyards Winery to host first ever Americana Countryfest this September

Interlaken, NY) Americana Vineyards Winery, in partnership with Q-Country 103.7, is excited to announce their first ever Americana Countryfest country music festival on Saturday, September 14 from 1:30pm to 9:30pm on the beautiful grounds of the winery located in Interlaken, NY – just north of Ithaca on the west side of Cayuga Lake.
 
Americana has always supported local music, hosting bands every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, along with special music events like their 4th of July Birthday BBQ Bash, but this is their first foray into the local country music scene.
 
“We noticed a surprising lack of shows for this genre locally, and wanted to give country music fans a way to enjoy this music without having to go to a big ticket venue,” explained the winery’s charismatic owner, Joseph S. Gober, Jr. “And conversely, we wanted to give these terrific bands another venue option to put on their shows, and get their music out to the public. So what better place than our backyard, which already has a proven track record for concerts and entertainment?”

The festival is eight hours of continuous music featuring popular country bands from throughout the Finger Lakes.
 
The show kicks off with CNY’s Donna & The Mystics who will be playing “rocking country” – a blend of new country, 50s and 60s faves, classic and southern rock to get the dance floor hopping from 1:30-3:30. Founded in 1984, this NYS Country Music Hall Of Fame band consists of four talented, nationally- and regionally-acclaimed musicians and plays to packed venues throughout New York, Pennsylvania and country capital Branson, Missouri.
 
Then, Jason Wicks takes the stage from 3:30-5:30 with a mix of original music influenced by iconic country artists like George Strait, Merle Haggard and Jerry Reed, along with a nice dose of today’s hot country sounds like Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan. You may have caught this Nashville recording artist and songwriter playing to standing room only crowds in clubs, taverns and casino venues all around Central New York near his Afton, NY ranch, or maybe opening for top national country acts like Blackberry Smoke, Matt Gary, Blaine Larsen, Andy Griggs, Clint Black and Wynonna Judd.
 
Groton’s own Chasing Neon is up next from 5:30-7:30. Chasing Neon is the newest project from former Small Town Shade frontman Nicholas Stark with lead singer and guitarist Scott Marlette, and will offer festivalgoers a great modern country sound with a blend of today’s country, driving originals and classic rock.
 
The festival wraps up with the very popular Cortland-based Tink Bennett & Tailor Made from 7:30-9:30. This band has been performing in the Central New York area and beyond for over 30 years, and have opened for Lady Antebellum, Charlie Daniels, Josh Thompson, Sammy Kershaw and Molly Hatchett a few. Their blend of hot country with a bit of classic rock will have everyone dancing right to the end of the festival.
 
Americana’s media partner Q-Country, 103.7 out of Ithaca is helping to get the word out to country fans about this exciting new festival, which will also include food trucks and other local vendors as part of the festivities, along with a blind draw cornhole tournament. Radio personalities from Q-Country will be on hand, announcing the bands and doing contests and giveaways. Tickets to the festival are just $15 in advance, and available August 1, by calling the winery at 607.387.6801. At the gate, the day of the show, tickets will be $17.50 each (kids under 13 free). In addition, Q-Country 103.7 will be giving away tickets to their listeners leading up to the event.
 
"There’ll be tons of great food, drink, and fun to go along with a great day of country music that spans the entire spectrum of the genre," said Gober. "So feel free to bring your chairs, blankets, and even pop-ups and set up for the whole day. And definitely, do not forget your dancing shoes – or in this case, boots!" A full schedule of festivities and updates are be available on Americana's website and the Winery's Facebook page.

Events for September 15, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Aerial shot of the lawn at Glenora Wine Cellars, with tents and tables set up for our annual lobster dinner.
Leaves & Lobsters on the Lawn

Lobster Dinner ticket holders receive a whole Maine Lobster, steamed clams, salt potatoes, freshly picked sweet corn, cole slaw, rolls, homemade brownies, and iced tea. In addition to lobster dinners, a la carte choices will be available.

Food 12:00-4:00 PM each day

A la Carte Menu includes Fried Chicken, Yellow Cab Sausage Grinder with peppers & onions, Hamburger (8oz), Cheeseburger (8oz), 1/2 dozen clams, local corn on the cob, housemade coleslaw, local salt potatoes, housemade brownies (all priced individually).

Live Entertainment 1:00-5:00 pm each day

Saturday - Bob's Brother's Band

Sunday - Diana Jacobs Band

Lucas Staff Members wearing German costumes.
22nd Annual German Festival

Wein! Bier! Essen! 

The 22nd Annual German Festival at Lucas Vineyards will feature live music and dance by the Enzian Bavarian Folk Band, traditional German food, award winning Rieslings and Iced wine, beer, wine slushies, animal encounters, polka dancing and lessons, grape stomping, grape pies, and fun contests throughout the day. Don’t miss out on this fan favorite event!

Admission is $8 per person (children 6 and under are free). 

German Fest Contests

- Best Dessert Competition* (2019 category is “German Chocolate Cake”)
- Grape Pie Eating Contest
- German Fest König (King) & Königin (Queen) Costume Contest

*Participation in the desert competition requires pre-registration. Please visit our website to register. Registration for the dessert competitions must by submitted by Wednesday, September 11th. All individuals who participate in the dessert competitions will be granted complimentary admission. 

No coolers, tents, or outside alcohol will be permitted. Event is rain or shine (under the tents). Tickets cannot be refunded. 

All events held at Lucas Vineyards are family and pet friendly.

Events for September 16, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Events for September 17, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Events for September 18, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Events for September 19, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

cc ryder band
CC Ryder~ Party at the Point Music Series

Party at the Point Summer Music Series week 11 welcomes CC Ryder on Thursday September 19th! Come enjoy live music on the deck overlooking beautiful Seneca Lake! Locally-sourced dinner and drink features at Sapalta will also be available.

Events for September 20, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Fox Run's Food and Wine Experience
Food & Wine Experience

Enjoy a unique, personalized tour with a lunch focused on food and wine pairing. You’ll begin by sipping our welcome wine while you enjoy an in-depth tour of the vineyards and winemaking facility, which overlooks Seneca Lake. Following the tour, Chef Brud Holland will serve you a plate of five delicious bites alongside a flight of six incredible wines, including a dessert wine. Lunch will be served in our historic barrel room—a restored dairy barn from the 1800s. And Owners Scott or Ruth will join you for lunch.

Select Fridays, July through October, starting at 11:30 AM.

2019 Dates:

July 5, 12, 19, 26
August 9, 16, 23, 30
September 6, 13, 20
October 4, 11, 18

Tickets are $45 per person + tax. Reservations should be made 24 hours in advance.

Events for September 21, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

woman held by aerial lines mid air with circus canopy over her submissions open text and event date text for sept 10 - 21
KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival

Rochester loves the Fringe.

In 2012, the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival debuted, attracting more than 30,000 attendees and exceeding all expectations big and small. For 2013, over 50,000 people from the Greater Rochester area, all fifty states, and around the globe attended more than 360 shows in 28 venues in and around downtown Rochester. The third Fringe in 2014 drew more than 60,000 visitors, and featured CIRCUS ORANGE’s spectacular TRICYCLE public show as well as the epic SPOON RIVER ROCHESTER and the return of the Crystal Palace Spiegeltent. Skipping ahead to 2016, we celebrated Fringe 6 with attendance at more than 68,000 visitors in over 25 venues with 500+ performances and events.

Fringe 2017 and 2018 continued this growth, drawing 78,000 attendees to downtown Rochester to see hundreds of shows that ranged from the incredible Plasticiens Volants in BIG BANG to the intimate, close-up theatre of DASHBOARD DRAMAS. 2018’s Fringe brought the ART to the pARTy with acts like MASSAOKE, SHOTSPEARE, ARTAWAKE and more.

Rave reviews continue to pour in from critics, news outlets, social, bloggers and festival goers alike. In fact, Rochester’s Fringe has become one of the largest and most successful fringe festivals in the nation—and one of Rochester’s newest, biggest and most anticipated festivals.

*blush

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Alec Myth Trio at The Windmill

Come listen to the blues, rock vibes of the Alec Myth Trio and enjoy delicious food and great shopping while you are here!

Nickelodeon Worldwide Day of Play
Nickelodeon Worldwide Day of Play

Get up, get out, and go play! Enjoy special activities and games to keep you active. Skip in a game of hopscotch, swing your hips with a Hula Hoop, try your hand at a jump rope competition, and more. The activities are in conjunction with Nickelodeon's World Wide Day of Play, a program that encourages active play and healthy lifestyles. Plus, enjoy a preview performance by New York State Ballet. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for September 22, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Toro Run Paella on the Patio
Paella on the Patio

Join us once a month, on Sundays, throughout the season for Paella on the Patio!

Our chef prepares Authentic Spanish Paella on our patio with our famous view as the backdrop. Come early to watch the process from beginning to end and get your palates wet with a bottle of wine and some of our Authentic Spanish tapas as the delicious smells of paella fill the air. We have a list of local musicians lined up, one for each date - Sept. 20th w/ The Influence! Music begins at 1PM. 

Wondering what Paella is? Visit us in the tasting room to find out!

We look forward to seeing you!

Events for September 23, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Events for September 24, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Events for September 25, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Events for September 26, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Band playing on the lake
The Other Side of Normal~ Party at the Point Music Series

Party at the Point Summer Music Series week 12 welcomes The Other Side of Normal on Thursday September 26th! Come enjoy live music on the deck overlooking beautiful Seneca Lake! Locally-sourced dinner and drink features at Sapalta will also be available

Events for September 27, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Comedian Sam Mushman at Buttonwood Grove
Finger Lakes Comedy Festival at Buttonwood Grove!

The Finger Lakes Comedy Festival will be hosting its Friday and Saturday evening performances at Buttonwood Grove!  Presented by "Vino-Comic" and certified sommelier Sam Mushman, the shows feature an interactive tasting fusing together fine wine and cutting-edge comedy.  Don't miss this evening of rollicking laughter hosted at one of the areas most scenic wineries.  Tickets are limited, and are available on our website.  

Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Events for September 28, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

Finger Lakes Comedy Festival at Buttonwood Grove
Finger Lakes Comedy Festival at Buttonwood Grove!

The Finger Lakes Comedy Festival will be hosting its Friday and Saturday evening performances at Buttonwood Grove!  Presented by "Vino-Comic" and certified sommelier Sam Mushman, the shows feature an interactive tasting fusing together fine wine and cutting-edge comedy.  Don't miss this evening of rollicking laughter hosted at one of the areas most scenic wineries.  Tickets are limited, and are available on our website.

Car Show
Fall Car Show

There will be plenty of classic cars to look at, plenty of delicious food to taste and lots of great shops to explore. Come to The Windmill for the annual Fall Car Show!

DC Super Heroes™: Discover Your Superpowers Exhibit Opening
DC Super Heroes™: Discover Your Superpowers Exhibit Opening

What kind of hero will you be? Leap into action alongside iconic Super Heroes from the DC UNIVERSE™—including BATMAN™, SUPERMAN™, and WONDER WOMAN™—in DC Super Heroes: Discover Your Superpowers. Learn about the importance of teamwork, self-discovery, and strength as you solve problems, fight for justice, and battle villains in a series of hands-on, fast-paced challenges. Opening weekend only, come in costume and create your own hero shield to take home. Included with general museum admission fees.

Syracuse Zoo Family Fun Run
Syracuse Zoo Family Fun Run

Join us for the zoo’s first family race on Saturday, September 28. Families are encouraged to participate in the 2.5K (1.5 miles) child-friendly run/walk through a portion of Burnet Park and the zoo’s Wildlife Trail. The course will bring participants past animal exhibits and end in the zoo courtyard with cider and donuts, music and giveaways – including free zoo admission for the day. Wear an animal print on race day to be entered in a raffle for a special animal experience! Registration is $20 for adults, $15 for children 4-12 and free for ages 3 and under. Paid registration includes a free race T-shirt, access to the post-race party and zoo admission. Participants are able to choose their T-shirt size upon registering online no later than September 1. For more information and to register, visit syracusezooevents.org/family-fun-run

Green and Gold Day
Green and Gold Day at The Windmill

The Windmill welcomes Keuka College alumni, students and families for homecoming weekend. There will be a classic car show, live entertainment from 11:30 to 3:30, and special discounts exclusively for our Keuka College guests!

Events for September 29, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

1886 Wine and Food Experience - Veraison & Harvest Experience
Veraison & Harvest Experience at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery

Veraison & Harvest Experience

September 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 

Undoubtedly the most beautiful time in the vineyard where the green grapes change to shades of yellow and red. The tour begins with a hands-on grape sampling exercise where we figure out the ripeness of a vineyard block. A wine educator explains the internal changes of a grape during veraison and considerations leading up to the decision to start harvesting. We will explain the difference of hand-picking versus machine-picking and why technology plays a major part. Depending on the harvest timeline, a demonstration of hand-sorting and pressing may be possible. At the conclusion of the tour, a seated flight of wines are paired with the chef’s seasonal creative bites. 

Please arrive at our 1886 Reserve Tasting Room at least 5 minutes before the starting time of the event. Just south of the main winery and tasting rooms is the stone house named Chateau Frank. Once you pull into the driveway and park, walk towards the rear of the building and you will see stairs leading up to the 1886 Reserve Room. The event will feature some walking in our vineyards, so we suggest wearing suitable shoes.

Elmira Little Theatre Presents Momma Mia Logo
Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

Elmira Little Theatre presents MAMMA MIA!

in Mandeville Hall

Friday – Saturday, September 20-21, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

Friday – Saturday, September 27-28, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm

 

Tickets: Adult – $22; Student/Senior(60+) – $20.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.

Please note that on-line ordering is not available for any discount prices.

 

For tickets, call 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159; or clemenscenter.org

 

Music and Lyrics by Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
Book by Catherine Johnson

Put on your platform shoes and get ready for this wildly popular musical based on the music of ABBA! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings 3 men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. Don’t miss this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship!

DC Super Heroes™: Discover Your Superpowers Exhibit Opening
DC Super Heroes™: Discover Your Superpowers Exhibit Opening

What kind of hero will you be? Leap into action alongside iconic Super Heroes from the DC UNIVERSE™—including BATMAN™, SUPERMAN™, and WONDER WOMAN™—in DC Super Heroes: Discover Your Superpowers. Learn about the importance of teamwork, self-discovery, and strength as you solve problems, fight for justice, and battle villains in a series of hands-on, fast-paced challenges. Opening weekend only, come in costume and create your own hero shield to take home. Included with general museum admission fees.

Events for September 30, 2019 x
New Glass Now May 12, 2019 to January 5th, 2020
New Glass Now: A Pivotal Exhibition at the Corning Museum of Glass

New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass. A global survey designed to the show the breadth and depth of contemporary glassmaking, the exhibition will feature objects, installations, videos, and performances made in the last three years by 100 artists of 32 nationalities.

The works included in New Glass Now were selected from some 1,400 submissions from 52 countries by a panel comprised of Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at CMoG, and three guest curators including: Aric Chen, curator at large M+ museum, Hong Kong; Susanne Joker Johnsen, artist and head of exhibitions at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Denmark; and American Artist Beth Lipman.

bugs bunny eating popcorn
The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons at George Eastman Museum

For more than 80 years, Warner Bros. animation has been bringing joy to all ages. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies in particular gave us some of the most iconic animated characters—Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, and more. 

Animation is a complex process: from concept to sketching, drawing, and coloring, all before filming even begins. Yet, we usually only ever see the finished product. In The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons, take a peek behind the scenes at sketches, model sheets, paintings, and animation cels that went into creating the famous films from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

The beginnings of animation—before Warner Bros. and even before film—is also explored through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. In addition to the original artifacts in the galleries, the exhibition includes 15 Warner Bros. animated shorts, played on a loop in the Curtis Theatre during museum hours.

No matter how you first experienced the classic animations—in the theater, at home on 8mm film or VHS, on television, or even online—this fascinating exhibition will delight with the laughs and lunacy of Warner Bros. cartoons.

https://www.eastman.org/art-warner-bros-cartoons

 

12
May 2019
Thru
05
Jan 2020
New Glass Now will document the innovation and dexterity of artists, designers, and architects working in the challenging material of glass.
One Museum Way
9:00 AM
(607)-438-5254
18
May 2019
Thru
02
Sep 2019
Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum is participating in the Blue Star Museum Program, offering free admission to active-duty military personnel and up to five family members.  Open Tuesday through Sunday (and Monday holidays)
7606 North Ontario Street
12:00 pm
(315)-483-4936
28
Jun 2019
Thru
06
Oct 2019
For more than 80 years, Warner Bros.
900 East Avenue
01
Jul 2019
Thru
31
Aug 2019
PALETTES OF KEUKA AREA ART DISPLAY | JULY-AUGUST
47 Shethar Street
(607)-569-2989
05
Jul 2019
Thru
02
Sep 2019
Wings off Eagles Announces it's reopening for Summer Hours (Wednesdays-Sundays for museum) as well as introductory tours through our Mars Habitat, Mars Base Eagle. 
339 Daniel Zenker Dr
10:00am
(607)-358-4247
05
Jul 2019
Thru
02
Sep 2019
MARS has landed at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center featuring 2 NEW MARS-BASED ESCAPE ROOMS!
339 Daniel Zenker Drive
10:00 AM
(607)-358-4247
01
Aug 2019
Thru
31
Aug 2019
He has appeared on over a thousand national T.V. shows, from The Tonight Show to a seventeen-year stint appearing on and co-hosting The Jerry Lewis Telethon.
1133 State Route 414
8pm
02
Aug 2019
Thru
01
Sep 2019
Barrel Series Experience August 2019 Location: 1886 Reserve Room Available Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 11 AM and 2 PM. 
9683 Middle Road
11:00 AM and 2:00 PM
(800)-320-0735
19
Aug 2019
Thru
23
Aug 2019
Spend the summer with your favorite storybook characters!
One Manhattan Square
11 a.m.
(585)-263-2700
20
Aug 2019
Chef Brud Holland, one of the Finger Lakes' best,  offers six personal-sized pizzas adorned with surprising mixes of local herbs, meats and cheeses. Muranda blue cheese and steak!
3482 Plum Point Road South
5:00