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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 October 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.

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

 

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

October residency for Blown Away winner
Winner of Blown Away: Guest Artist Residency at the Corning Museum of Glass

See the winner of Blown Away work live at the Museum! The winner, Deborah Czeresko, will be returning to the Amphitheater Hot Shop for her Blown Away Residency, which was part of the prize package for the Netflix show. The show’s challenges encouraged all contestants to explore new concepts in glass. During her residency, Czeresko will revisit some of the ideas she first began playing with while participating in Blown Away. She will be at the Amphitheater Hot Shop three times as part of the residency: August 28-29, October 1-6, and October 14-18. 

These demonstrations are free with the cost of admission (kids & teens 17 and under are free). Demonstrations are family friendly and narrated by the Museum’s Hot Glass team. While in the Amphitheater Hot Shop, visitors can check out the display Blown Away: Glassblowing Comes to Netflix, which tells the story of how the Museum found its way into the global spotlight.

Blown Away, the first-ever TV competition series featuring the art of glassblowing, is now streaming on Netflix. The show follows a group of 10 highly skilled glassmakers from North America who compete with each other to create the best glass artworks and are constricted by time, theme, and the material itself. The winner of Blown Away was awarded the “Blown Away Residency”, during which they will delve deeper into glassblowing projects through live demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop. The Corning Museum of Glass is a proud creative partner of Blown Away.  

Events for October 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.

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

 

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

October residency for Blown Away winner
Winner of Blown Away: Guest Artist Residency at the Corning Museum of Glass

See the winner of Blown Away work live at the Museum! The winner, Deborah Czeresko, will be returning to the Amphitheater Hot Shop for her Blown Away Residency, which was part of the prize package for the Netflix show. The show’s challenges encouraged all contestants to explore new concepts in glass. During her residency, Czeresko will revisit some of the ideas she first began playing with while participating in Blown Away. She will be at the Amphitheater Hot Shop three times as part of the residency: August 28-29, October 1-6, and October 14-18. 

These demonstrations are free with the cost of admission (kids & teens 17 and under are free). Demonstrations are family friendly and narrated by the Museum’s Hot Glass team. While in the Amphitheater Hot Shop, visitors can check out the display Blown Away: Glassblowing Comes to Netflix, which tells the story of how the Museum found its way into the global spotlight.

Blown Away, the first-ever TV competition series featuring the art of glassblowing, is now streaming on Netflix. The show follows a group of 10 highly skilled glassmakers from North America who compete with each other to create the best glass artworks and are constricted by time, theme, and the material itself. The winner of Blown Away was awarded the “Blown Away Residency”, during which they will delve deeper into glassblowing projects through live demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop. The Corning Museum of Glass is a proud creative partner of Blown Away.  

Just Joe with arms spanned across piano
FREE Live Music Wednesday Nights at Ventosa 6-9pm, BOGO happy hour 5-6pm

Live Music Series every Wednesday Music from 6-9 pm. BOGO Happy Hour from 5 to 6 pm. Cafe Toscana open until 9 pm.

Note: To maintain our mission of excellence, we cannot do wine tastings due to crowding after 5 pm nights with live music. 

Table reservations are highly recommended & taken the day of the event. Please call (315)719-0000. See our website for full artist line-up: https://ventosavineyards.com/events/

The Office! A musical Parody
The Office! A Musical Parody

Clemens Center presents
THE OFFICE! A MUSICAL PARODY

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets:
Members & 19-20 Broadway Subscribers – $50/$40/$30* 

General Public – $55/$45/$35
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply.
*Member & 19-20 Broadway Series Subscribers discount prices valid from 7/18 – 8/31

Group Rates Available- please inquire

 

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

 

Singing! Dancing! Paper!

It’s a typical morning at Scranton’s third largest paper company until, for no logical reason, a documentary crew begins filming the lives of the employees of Dunder Mifflin…

The Office! A Musical Parody, currently playing Off-Broadway in New York City, is the unauthorized parody of the hit TV show, “The Office.” Don’t miss this hilarious new musical that lovingly pokes fun at everyone’s favorite coworkers. Your favorite moments from all 9 seasons mashed up into one “typical” day with Michael, Jim, Pam, Dwight and others at The Office.

Featuring songs such as “That’s What She Said,” “Marry Me Beesly,” and “We Have Fun Here.”

Events for October 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

 

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

October residency for Blown Away winner
Winner of Blown Away: Guest Artist Residency at the Corning Museum of Glass

See the winner of Blown Away work live at the Museum! The winner, Deborah Czeresko, will be returning to the Amphitheater Hot Shop for her Blown Away Residency, which was part of the prize package for the Netflix show. The show’s challenges encouraged all contestants to explore new concepts in glass. During her residency, Czeresko will revisit some of the ideas she first began playing with while participating in Blown Away. She will be at the Amphitheater Hot Shop three times as part of the residency: August 28-29, October 1-6, and October 14-18. 

These demonstrations are free with the cost of admission (kids & teens 17 and under are free). Demonstrations are family friendly and narrated by the Museum’s Hot Glass team. While in the Amphitheater Hot Shop, visitors can check out the display Blown Away: Glassblowing Comes to Netflix, which tells the story of how the Museum found its way into the global spotlight.

Blown Away, the first-ever TV competition series featuring the art of glassblowing, is now streaming on Netflix. The show follows a group of 10 highly skilled glassmakers from North America who compete with each other to create the best glass artworks and are constricted by time, theme, and the material itself. The winner of Blown Away was awarded the “Blown Away Residency”, during which they will delve deeper into glassblowing projects through live demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop. The Corning Museum of Glass is a proud creative partner of Blown Away.  

Women in Games: Create!
Women in Games: Create!

About the Program

Celebrate the contributions of women to the electronic games industry, past and present, during the second annual Women in Games celebration on October 3. Enjoy an evening of discussions with female innovators and leaders from the video game industry, including Jacinda Chew, Emily Greer, Keisha Howard, Robin Hunicke, Elizabeth LaPensée, Ann McCormick, Jennifer Oneal, Kellee Santiago, Meggan Scavio, Jen Taylor, and Kiki Wolfkill.

Ticket Information

Tickets are required and may be purchased online or by calling Guest Information Services at 585-263-2700. Guests must present tickets at the museum admissions desk the day of the event. Tickets are required for all guests. Admission is limited to 250 guests. Tickets are non-refundable. ASL interpretation will be provided for the event.

Alex Myth
Party at the Point Live Music with Alex Myth

Party at the Point Summer Music Series week 13 welcomes Alex Myth Solo Acoustic on Thursday October 3rd! Come enjoy live music on the deck overlooking beautiful Seneca Lake! Locally-sourced dinner and drink features by Sapalta.

Events for October 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

 

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

October residency for Blown Away winner
Winner of Blown Away: Guest Artist Residency at the Corning Museum of Glass

See the winner of Blown Away work live at the Museum! The winner, Deborah Czeresko, will be returning to the Amphitheater Hot Shop for her Blown Away Residency, which was part of the prize package for the Netflix show. The show’s challenges encouraged all contestants to explore new concepts in glass. During her residency, Czeresko will revisit some of the ideas she first began playing with while participating in Blown Away. She will be at the Amphitheater Hot Shop three times as part of the residency: August 28-29, October 1-6, and October 14-18. 

These demonstrations are free with the cost of admission (kids & teens 17 and under are free). Demonstrations are family friendly and narrated by the Museum’s Hot Glass team. While in the Amphitheater Hot Shop, visitors can check out the display Blown Away: Glassblowing Comes to Netflix, which tells the story of how the Museum found its way into the global spotlight.

Blown Away, the first-ever TV competition series featuring the art of glassblowing, is now streaming on Netflix. The show follows a group of 10 highly skilled glassmakers from North America who compete with each other to create the best glass artworks and are constricted by time, theme, and the material itself. The winner of Blown Away was awarded the “Blown Away Residency”, during which they will delve deeper into glassblowing projects through live demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop. The Corning Museum of Glass is a proud creative partner of Blown Away.  

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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

premium pairings at buttonwood grove
Premium Pairings at Buttonwood Grove - Fall Favorites!

Enjoy the ambiance of the harvest season with our in-depth tasting of fall favorites, expertly paired with tasty tidbits of specially selected food samples.  Led by our fun and informative staff, our seated premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  You'll learn about our wines and winery, the Finger Lakes region, and how to pair food and wine.  Tickets are required, and can be purchased on our website. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets. 

TASTINGS MAY TAKE PLACE OUTDOORS OR ON OUR COVERED PORCH, DEPENDING ON THE WEATHER

The Secondhand Sidekicks Band
Live at The Oasis: The Secondhand Sidekicks

5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Band: Secondhand Sidekicks | Music Genre: Classic Jam Bands & Rock

Fun & Friends! No cover. Family Friendly. Beverages, fresh bread baskets, snacks, and wine slushies available. Scale House Brewery pizza available at the bar.

Indian corn & dog treats
!st Friday of Month

Please join us for the last !st Fri. of the month for the season.

We will offer complementary dog biscuits along side our famous

cat nip.  Enjoy fresh apple cider and cookies. It is sure to be an enjoyable

evening!  Plus there is a limited number of Indian corn decorations for

the holidays!

Events for October 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

 

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

October residency for Blown Away winner
Winner of Blown Away: Guest Artist Residency at the Corning Museum of Glass

See the winner of Blown Away work live at the Museum! The winner, Deborah Czeresko, will be returning to the Amphitheater Hot Shop for her Blown Away Residency, which was part of the prize package for the Netflix show. The show’s challenges encouraged all contestants to explore new concepts in glass. During her residency, Czeresko will revisit some of the ideas she first began playing with while participating in Blown Away. She will be at the Amphitheater Hot Shop three times as part of the residency: August 28-29, October 1-6, and October 14-18. 

These demonstrations are free with the cost of admission (kids & teens 17 and under are free). Demonstrations are family friendly and narrated by the Museum’s Hot Glass team. While in the Amphitheater Hot Shop, visitors can check out the display Blown Away: Glassblowing Comes to Netflix, which tells the story of how the Museum found its way into the global spotlight.

Blown Away, the first-ever TV competition series featuring the art of glassblowing, is now streaming on Netflix. The show follows a group of 10 highly skilled glassmakers from North America who compete with each other to create the best glass artworks and are constricted by time, theme, and the material itself. The winner of Blown Away was awarded the “Blown Away Residency”, during which they will delve deeper into glassblowing projects through live demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop. The Corning Museum of Glass is a proud creative partner of Blown Away.  

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

30th Annual Hunt Country Vineyards Harvest Festival

The Hunt Family proudly presents their 30th Annual Harvest Festival!

Grape Stomping, Tours, Live Music, Haywagon Rides through the Vineyards, Free Standard Tastings.

New this year Food Trucks, Hay Bale Play Pit for kids and Ax Throwing! 

Vendors, demonstrations, Wild Wings Raptor Rescue, ZooMobile, Kids' Pumpkin Decorating and MORE!

Great family fun for all!

 

CATAPULT: The Amazing Magic of Shadow
CATAPULT: The Amazing Magic of Shadow Dance

John G. Ullman & Associates Foundation, Inc.
Family Connection Series presents
CATAPULT: The Amazing Magic of Shadow Dance

Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

 

Tickets: Adults $25/$20; Youth Under 18 – half price.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply. 

Please note youth pricing is not available online.

Group Discounts available – please inquire

SPECIAL SAVINGS TICKET OFFER – Purchase tickets to the October 5th performance of CATAPULT  + one other show in the series for $5 off regular-priced tickets.  The shows in the 19-20 Family Connection Series are:  CATAPULT; REDUCED SHAKESPEARE COMPANY, and THE SNOWY DAY AND OTHER STORIES

 

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

 

Catapult is a Shadow Illusion performance company.  They were catapulted into the limelight and into the homes of millions of people around the world by America’s Got Talent in 2013.  Since then they have been busy touring the world with their smash hit show – Magic Shadows.  Heidi Klum and Howard Stern were two of their very first fans and now they’ve added many thousands around the globe.  They’ve done music videos for rappers, played for royal families, helped charities like Girl Scouts and United Way, filmed for HBO and currently tour all over the U.S., Europe and Asia.  Look for them on Broadway in the Spring of 20.  And they have a new show coming your way!  Catapult will tell you stories and transport you into fantastical worlds made simply out of light and the human body!

Show Length: 75 minutes with a 15 minute intermission.

naples open studio trail item for sale
2019 NAPLES OPEN STUDIO TRAIL ~ FREE SELF-GUIDED ART TOUR & SALE

SEVEN NEW ARTISTS ON FREE SELF-GUIDED ART TOUR AND SALE

OCTOBER 5-6, 10am – 5pm

 

NAPLES, NY, September 8, 2019 – Naples Open Studio Trail (NOST), a group of dynamic, innovative artists that invite the public into their studios every October, announced that seven new artists have joined its annual free self-guided art tour. There will be 16 artists at 12 locations scattered around Canandaigua Lake and centered in Naples, New York. Studios are open October 5-6, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A downloadable map is available on its site; people are also welcome to contact them for a brochure.

NOST also announces that renowned glass blower, Leon Applebaum, is returning to the trail; his son Eli will also be showing work at their studio. The Applebaums are joined by Lauren Hirsh, mixed media; Thomas MacAllister, woodworking; and Judy Voss, denim textiles, on locations along the trail. Guest artists include Joanne Schwallie, artisanal bath and body products; Mike Griffin, ceramics; and Paul Mitchell, photography.

From Bristol to Naples, NOST artists surround Canandaigua Lake: they work in oils, acrylics, ceramics, metal, wood, fabric, herbs, pastels, and clay, to create paintings, sculpture, wearables, furniture, jewelry, photography, natural soaps and moisturizers, housewares, etc. Captivating demonstrations are presented throughout the two-day event. These artists typically sell their wares in galleries and craft fairs all over the United States. During NOST, purchases and commissions can be made directly with artists.

Trail riders enjoy spectacular, pastoral scenery, changing fall colors, winding back roads, and creative interaction with artists while driving from studio to studio. Each of these artists will show and sell their work in one of the Trail Artist’s studios, galleries, or homes.

ARTISTS

  • Darryl Abraham: paintings and sculpture
  • Albie Alliet: paintings
  • Leon Applebaum: glass
  • David Chandler: furniture
  • Folk Art Guild: woodworks
  • Scott Grove: furniture and sculpture
  • Lauren Hirsh: photography, wood, and mixed media
  • Thomas MacAllister: wood art
  • Robin McCondichie: pastels
  • Joan Mitchell: alpaca wearable art
  • Linda Starkweather: paintings, jewelry, and sculpture
  • Judy Voss: denim textiles and wearables

GUEST ARTISTS

  • Joanne Schwallie (artisanal bath and body products) at Scott Grove’s studio
  • Paul Mitchell (photography) at Joan Mitchell’s studio
  • Mike Griffin (ceramics) at Lauren Hirsh’s studio

 

About The Naples Open Studio Trail

The Naples Open Studio Trail (NOST) is a group of dynamic, innovative artists that invite the public into their studios to share their craft, demonstrate how they work, and create a better understanding of the arts. They work in oils, acrylics, ceramics, metal, wood, yarn, and pastels, and create paintings, sculpture, wearables, furniture, sculpture, jewelry, housewares, etc. These artists typically sell their wares in galleries and craft fairs; during NOST, purchases and commissions can be made directly with the artist. This free event occurs on the first weekend of every October. Visit http://www.naplesopenstudiotrail.com for more information.

Basketball Signing from Syracuse University Team at Destiny USA

The 2019-20 Syracuse men's basketball team will host its first FREE signing event at Destiny USA this weekend.

What: Syracuse University Men’s Basketball Team Signing
Date: Saturday, October 5th
Time: 2:30 – 4 PM
Location: Destiny USA, Canyon

Fans attending the signing will receive a limited-edition poster that can be used for autographs from players during the event. Those who plan on attending are asked to not bring additional items to be signed. In addition to the presence of the men’s basketball team, Otto will also stop by to engage with the crowd.

Due to time constraints, not all in attendance will be guaranteed an autograph.

 

Fall Festival is Saturday, October 5, from 11a-5p, immediately following the Run With The Deer Races
Fall Festival at Seneca White Deer

Following the Run With The Deer - 13.1, 10K & 5K, we're opening up the depot for our first annual Fall Festival! Join us for music, food, vendors, mini-tours, birding hikes, raffles, demonstrations, presentations & more!

Admission is free, $5 parking donation per carload is requested.

45-Minute Mini-Tours:
11a-4p, on the hour
$10/person
A shortened version of our regular tour
Register online in advance, or sign up on Festival day!

1-Hour Birding Hikes:
11:15 & 1:15
Free
Led by birding experts from Cornell College of Ornithology & local birding organizations.

Demonstrations & Presentations:
Wowee Wildlife
Finger Lakes Community College Conservation Department
Seneca County Historian Walt Gable
Chainsaw Carving
Whitetail Deer Management Presentation
Seneca Park Zoo Drone Flights

Music:
The Ende Brothers
Private Ryan

Food:
Little Red Wagon Food Truck
Dave & Rita's
Geneva Gelato

Vendors:
Jill O’Malley’s Sew–n–Sew (rock painting)
...and more to be announced!
 

Historic Stewart Park, Ithaca, New York
Historic Stewart Park Tour

Join Historic Ithaca, Friends of Stewart Park, and Wharton Studio Museum and explore the historic landscape of Ithaca’s beautiful lakeside park, Stewart Park. Learn about the history of the park, the Wharton Brothers’ motion picture studio, the Cascadilla Boathouse, and the ongoing revitalization of this community gem!

Run with the Deer 13.1, 10K, & 5K are October 5, starting at 8:30 at Seneca White Deer
Run With The Deer- 13.1, 10K, & 5K

Join us for the inaugural Run With the Deer (13.1, 10k, 5k) on Saturday, October 5, 2019, at the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus, NY. This historic site is now the home of hundreds of white deer. With a little luck, you'll be able to spot a few during your run. The Run With The Deer event will include a 5K, 10K, and Half Marathon (13.1). All 3 running events will take place inside the Seneca White Deer (SWD) complex. Each race event will be on paved roads that are extremely flat, a fast course indeed! There will be awards for overall, masters, and age group winners for both male/female categories.

Visit https://runsignup.com/Race/NY/Romulus/WhiteDeerFestivalofRaces to register.

To Run FOR the Deer, and your chance to win great prizes for the most money raised, register for a charity bib. To get your charity bib and more info, call Dennis Money at 315.944.3015 or email info@senecawhitedeer.org and put Charity Bib Request in the subject line.

Post-race, Join us for Seneca White Deer's first annual spectacular Fall Festival from 11-5, complete with live music, food trucks, vendors, mini-tours, birding hikes and more. To learn more about this unique race event setting (including maps), please check out the Seneca White Deer website at https://www.senecawhitedeer.org/.

Fourth Generation Dairy Farm Hosts fourth annual family-focused Fall Festival at their Rock Stream farm on Saturday, October 5

Rock Stream, NY --  Shtayburne Farm is excited to announce they are bringing back their Fall Family Festival for a fourth year. This kid-focused event will be hosted by the Hostetler family on October 5, from 10:00am until 4:00pm, right on their family farm.

Shtayburne Farm is a working dairy farm on the west side of Seneca Lake just off State Route 14 in Rock Stream. The farm has been owned and operated by the Hostetler family for four generations, and is a Mennonite farm. The family began making farmstead cheese in 2010, and opened their farm store in November of that year. The Festival is being held to celebrate family, fall and farming.

"Our first Fall Family Festival was in 2015 to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the opening of our family Cheese Shop," said Lorin Hostetler, owner of the family-run dairy and its creamery, as well as head cheesemaker. "It was meant to be a one-time event. But we had so many requests to continue this family-centric event, well, we do! It's a great opportunity to share the harvest season and family values we hold dear with other families, neighbors and visitors to the farm."  

The Festival will be held on the meticulous grounds of the farm, which is where the first Finger Lakes Cheese Festival was held in 2011. Under the big top, there will be several local vendors selling a cornucopia of fall favorites all day, including Side Hill Acres Goat Farm, who will be on hand with their award-winning goat cheeses, HIP Artisan Brands4J's NVR Specialty Sauces, Glenora Honey Co., FLX Artisan Foods and more. And of course, Shtayburne Farm will be sampling and selling their many varieties of cows' milk cheeses and a several different types of homemade baked goods. 

And because this event is all about family, there will be many family and kid activities throughout the day including a petting zoo, kids games, pumpkin painting contest, hayrides and farm tours. "And of course, our big corn box, which is a huge hit with the little ones," adds Lorin. "And the S'mores Bar which was popular with -- well everyone!"

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
10:00-4:00 Kids’ Games, Bounce House, Activities and Petting Zoo
10:00-4:00 Farm Store & Vendor Tent Open
10:00-3:00 Pumpkin Painting
11:00, 1:00 & 3:00 Hayrides
12:00 & 2:00 Guided Farm Tours
3:30 Pumpkin Decorating Contest Winners Announced

Admission to the Festival is free and includes farm tours, petting zoo, play area, big top admission and bounce house. Hayrides are just $1, and game & activity tickets are just 50 cents each. 

"We can't thank our friends, neighbors and visitors enough for their support over the years, and really hope everyone can make it down to the farm for the Festival, whether for an hour or the whole day," invites Hostetler. "We've ordered some good fall weather for the day, too!"

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Falls Harvest Festival Logo
Falls Harvest Festival

Enjoy a family friendly, day-long celebration of the harvest in the Finger Lakes! Experience a fun-filled day featuring a kids zone fully equipped with bounce houses, a puppet show,face painting, pumpkin decorating contest, balloon animals, games and a karate demonstration from Four Dragons Martial Arts.

Don’t miss the amazing live entertainment as we kick off the day with the Mark Twain Barbershop Chorus from 12-1 pm, followed by a mystifying act with festival newcomer Jeremy the Illusionist from 1-2 pm.  dream Barn Productions will perform a teaser of their upcoming show from 2-3 pm and The Sweats will keep you rocking into the evening from 4-7 pm.

The festival showcases over forty craft and food vendors and an incredible line up of live demonstrations featuring live welding demonstrations with Barbie  the Welder and incredible chainsaw art by Stumpthing Chained.

The Festival concludes with a spectacular fireworks display cascading over the 156-foot Shequaga Falls located in the center of the Village of Montour Falls’ historic district, the Glorious “T”.

Bushels & Barrels on the Square arrives on Saturday, October 5th!
Bushels & Barrels on the Square

Bushels & Barrels on the Square arrives on Saturday, October 5th from 10a-5pm! Enjoy live music from some local favorite musicians, and sip samples of product from several amazing wineries, distilleries, breweries, and cideries. Tasting wristbands (valid from 12p-4p) will be available for $15 per person (21+ and you MUST bring ID) which includes a collectible festival imprint wine glass. A variety of food & craft vendors will be set up on the square, and as always, many of our shoppes and restaurants will be open and offering harvest-themed promotions to complement the event.

Please contact the office at 607-569-2989 for any questions!

Tasting providers and vendors will be announced in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!

families on a hayride at buttonwood grove
Family Harvest Festival at Buttonwood Grove!

Bring the kids and experience a day on our family farm!  We'll have live music with one of the region's hottest sensations, Hot Dogs and Gin, PB&J's Lunch Box with their amazing creations, hayrides, grape picking and stomping, wine tasting in the vineyards (juice tastings for the kids!), pumpkin decorating, games, and more!  You can even enter to win the grand prize of a free stay in one of our cabins!  Follow us on Facebook for more details.  Free admission.  

Run With The Deer- 13.1, 10K, & 5K at Seneca White Deer Logo
RUN WITH THE DEER 13.1, 10k & 5k at Seneca White Deer

Join us for the inaugural Run With the Deer (13.1, 10k, 5k) on Saturday, October 5, 2019, at the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus, NY. This historic site is now the home of hundreds of white deer. With a little luck, you'll be able to spot a few during your run.  The Run With The Deer event will include a 5K, 10K and Half Marathon (13.1). All 3 running events will take place inside the Seneca White Deer (SWD) complex. Each race event will be on paved roads that are extremely flat, a fast course indeed! There will be awards for overall, masters, and age group winners for both male/female categories.

Post-race, Join us for a spectacular "Run with The Deer" Festival complete with live music, food trucks, vendors, tours and even helicopter rides. To learn more about this unique race event setting (including maps), please check out the Seneca White Deer website at https://www.senecawhitedeer.org/.

Fall Family Festival on the Farm | Saturday, October 5, 10a-4p
Fall Family Festival at Shtayburne Farm

Our family invites your family to a day on our Finger Lakes farm, just off Rt 14 on the west side of Seneca Lake for our 4th annual Fall Family Festival! Hayrides, farm tours, lots of kids games with prizes, pumpkin decorating contest, petting zoo, bounce house, play area, s’mores bar and local vendors means tons of food and fun for everyone. Admission’s free and games are just 50¢ each, so bring the kids for an hour or the whole day!

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

10:00-4:00 Kids’ Games, Bounce House, Activities and Petting Zoo

10:00-4:00 Farm Store & Vendor Tent Open

11:00, 1:00 & 3:00 Hayrides

12:00 & 2:00 Guided Farm Tours

3:30 Pumpkin Decorating Contest Winners Announced

courthouse park cortland
The Great Cortland Pumpkinfest

Festival-goers enjoy several entertainment stages featuring talented local performers; the Kids’ Zone, featuring games and activities for children of all ages; a craft show showcasing local artists and vendors; antique tractors; hay rides; and festival food celebrating iconic fall flavors.

In addition to the activities being held in Courthouse Park, several other locations in historic Downtown Cortland host activities for the family, including the Cortland Fire Department and local restaurants.

The Great Cortland Pumpkinfest also showcases the Cortland community.

A volunteer executive board plans and executes the Great Cortland Pumpkinfest. Volunteers from area high schools, SUNY Cortland, and the community work throughout the weekend to bring the festival to attendees. And local sponsors provide the financial and in-kind support that makes the festival possible.

This year's festival will be held:

Saturday, October 5        9AM - 5PM
Sunday,    October 6     10AM - 4PM

Apple Fest
Newark Valley Apple Festival

Enjoy family fun at Newark Valley’s 40th annual Apple Festival with tours of the Colonial Farmhouse, demonstrations of 1800’s skills, music, dancing, great food, crafts, spinning & weaving, kids; activities, gift shop, black powder public shoot and more! Adults $6 / Seniors (60+) and NVHS Members $5 / Students (6+) $4 / Families $18 (2 adults and up to three kids) / Kids under 6 Free

Harvest Festival at Treleaven Winery

Harvest is always an exciting time at Treleaven! Join in the fall fun with us at our annual Harvest Festival, October 5 and 6 from 12-5pm. There will be plenty of great live music, wine, beer, slushies, food, and activities for the little tykes, so bring out the whole family!

Enjoy pumpkin painting contests, traditional grape stompings, lawn games, and more! Music by City Limits will kick off the celebration on Saturday October 5 beginning at 1:00pm. Cruise Control will continue the party with their high-energy dance and rock music on Sunday from 1-4pm.

Simply Cookie's Kitchen will be serving up some great harvest specials. Check out their facebook page for more information!

Admission & Parking is free.

Visit treleavenwines.com/events for more information about the event.

Please call the winery at 315.364.5100 or check our Facebook page for last minute announcements.

* Parking available for free.
* Seating will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis, but bringing your own blankets and chairs is highly recommended.
* No outside food or alcohol will be permitted.

Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair
Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair at Genesee Country Village & Museum

Celebrate the bountiful Western NY harvest as the village shines in its finest fall colors! From livestock shows to cooking competitions, there will be non-stop activities all weekend long, in the tradition of the country fairs of days gone by. Shop the merchant tents, eat your way through everything from apples to strudel, and catch the base ball championship game!

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

people at fall festival
Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair at Genesee Country Village

Genesee Country Village & Museum will be showing off the best of the local harvest scene at this year’s Fall Festival and Agricultural Fair, Saturday and Sunday, October 5-6. In the tradition of a classic county fair, the Museum will have entertainers, animal demonstrations, and cooking competitions, all in the picturesque Historic Village setting. An additional perk for families, kids ages 17 and under are free all weekend, making for a full day of entertainment that won’t break the bank.

On Saturday, local cooks will test their skills over an open fire at the Cast Iron Chef competition. Reigning champion Gary Giusti from Wegmans will try for a fourth win against two formidable new opponents, Eric Smith, owner of Original Stumpblower Ciderworks, and Paul Tweksbury, retired U.S. Navy. Visitors can watch the battle play out while tasting samples of the recipes being created.

There are plenty of entertainment options for families, including perennial favorites Punch and Judy as well as Signora Bella’s 19th century circus act, a magic show, and in the style of P.T. Barnum, the Museum of Oddities. The John L. Wehle Gallery will also be holding one of its popular Gatherings, where curatorial staff give an inside look at the Museum’s renowned antique clothing collection, illuminating the threads that connect fashion and culture across time periods.

New this year, Sandi Connelly and Jeff Mills from RIT’s College of Science will give an interactive talk on the history of agriculture, and how it is impacted by technology and science. What role will vegetable-based “meat” play in our future diets? Are GMOs dangerous? Hear the answers to these questions and more at a talk that looks to the past to inform the future. 

In addition to enjoying the peak fall foliage, visitors can see antique farm equipment demonstrations, peruse entries in the arts and handiwork competitions, watch sheep herding as well as goat and poultry shows, and cheer on the teams competing for the Mayor’s Cup Base Ball Championship. Local products and companies will be showcased in the Imagine Monroe tent as well as the Market Tent, including local honey, ironworks from Spangler Forge, Katboocha kombucha, and much more, as part of one of the best farmer’s markets around. 

Support for the Fall Festival and Agricultural Fair provided by Market New York through I LOVE NY/ New York State’s Division of Tourism as a part of the Regional Economic Development Council awards. Other event partners include Imagine Monroe, Wegmans, CP Ward, Bonduelle, and Stihl.

Museum hours are 10 am-5 pm on Saturday and 10 am-4 pm on Sunday. For more information, visit www.gcv.org or call 585-294-8218. Museum Admission for the Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair: $22; Students/Seniors: $19; kids 17 and under are FREE.

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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

 

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Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

October residency for Blown Away winner
Winner of Blown Away: Guest Artist Residency at the Corning Museum of Glass

See the winner of Blown Away work live at the Museum! The winner, Deborah Czeresko, will be returning to the Amphitheater Hot Shop for her Blown Away Residency, which was part of the prize package for the Netflix show. The show’s challenges encouraged all contestants to explore new concepts in glass. During her residency, Czeresko will revisit some of the ideas she first began playing with while participating in Blown Away. She will be at the Amphitheater Hot Shop three times as part of the residency: August 28-29, October 1-6, and October 14-18. 

These demonstrations are free with the cost of admission (kids & teens 17 and under are free). Demonstrations are family friendly and narrated by the Museum’s Hot Glass team. While in the Amphitheater Hot Shop, visitors can check out the display Blown Away: Glassblowing Comes to Netflix, which tells the story of how the Museum found its way into the global spotlight.

Blown Away, the first-ever TV competition series featuring the art of glassblowing, is now streaming on Netflix. The show follows a group of 10 highly skilled glassmakers from North America who compete with each other to create the best glass artworks and are constricted by time, theme, and the material itself. The winner of Blown Away was awarded the “Blown Away Residency”, during which they will delve deeper into glassblowing projects through live demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop. The Corning Museum of Glass is a proud creative partner of Blown Away.  

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

30th Annual Hunt Country Vineyards Harvest Festival

The Hunt Family proudly presents their 30th Annual Harvest Festival!

Grape Stomping, Tours, Live Music, Haywagon Rides through the Vineyards, Free Standard Tastings.

New this year Food Trucks, Hay Bale Play Pit for kids and Ax Throwing! 

Vendors, demonstrations, Wild Wings Raptor Rescue, ZooMobile, Kids' Pumpkin Decorating and MORE!

Great family fun for all!

 

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2019 NAPLES OPEN STUDIO TRAIL ~ FREE SELF-GUIDED ART TOUR & SALE

SEVEN NEW ARTISTS ON FREE SELF-GUIDED ART TOUR AND SALE

OCTOBER 5-6, 10am – 5pm

 

NAPLES, NY, September 8, 2019 – Naples Open Studio Trail (NOST), a group of dynamic, innovative artists that invite the public into their studios every October, announced that seven new artists have joined its annual free self-guided art tour. There will be 16 artists at 12 locations scattered around Canandaigua Lake and centered in Naples, New York. Studios are open October 5-6, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A downloadable map is available on its site; people are also welcome to contact them for a brochure.

NOST also announces that renowned glass blower, Leon Applebaum, is returning to the trail; his son Eli will also be showing work at their studio. The Applebaums are joined by Lauren Hirsh, mixed media; Thomas MacAllister, woodworking; and Judy Voss, denim textiles, on locations along the trail. Guest artists include Joanne Schwallie, artisanal bath and body products; Mike Griffin, ceramics; and Paul Mitchell, photography.

From Bristol to Naples, NOST artists surround Canandaigua Lake: they work in oils, acrylics, ceramics, metal, wood, fabric, herbs, pastels, and clay, to create paintings, sculpture, wearables, furniture, jewelry, photography, natural soaps and moisturizers, housewares, etc. Captivating demonstrations are presented throughout the two-day event. These artists typically sell their wares in galleries and craft fairs all over the United States. During NOST, purchases and commissions can be made directly with artists.

Trail riders enjoy spectacular, pastoral scenery, changing fall colors, winding back roads, and creative interaction with artists while driving from studio to studio. Each of these artists will show and sell their work in one of the Trail Artist’s studios, galleries, or homes.

ARTISTS

  • Darryl Abraham: paintings and sculpture
  • Albie Alliet: paintings
  • Leon Applebaum: glass
  • David Chandler: furniture
  • Folk Art Guild: woodworks
  • Scott Grove: furniture and sculpture
  • Lauren Hirsh: photography, wood, and mixed media
  • Thomas MacAllister: wood art
  • Robin McCondichie: pastels
  • Joan Mitchell: alpaca wearable art
  • Linda Starkweather: paintings, jewelry, and sculpture
  • Judy Voss: denim textiles and wearables

GUEST ARTISTS

  • Joanne Schwallie (artisanal bath and body products) at Scott Grove’s studio
  • Paul Mitchell (photography) at Joan Mitchell’s studio
  • Mike Griffin (ceramics) at Lauren Hirsh’s studio

 

About The Naples Open Studio Trail

The Naples Open Studio Trail (NOST) is a group of dynamic, innovative artists that invite the public into their studios to share their craft, demonstrate how they work, and create a better understanding of the arts. They work in oils, acrylics, ceramics, metal, wood, yarn, and pastels, and create paintings, sculpture, wearables, furniture, sculpture, jewelry, housewares, etc. These artists typically sell their wares in galleries and craft fairs; during NOST, purchases and commissions can be made directly with the artist. This free event occurs on the first weekend of every October. Visit http://www.naplesopenstudiotrail.com for more information.

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

courthouse park cortland
The Great Cortland Pumpkinfest

Festival-goers enjoy several entertainment stages featuring talented local performers; the Kids’ Zone, featuring games and activities for children of all ages; a craft show showcasing local artists and vendors; antique tractors; hay rides; and festival food celebrating iconic fall flavors.

In addition to the activities being held in Courthouse Park, several other locations in historic Downtown Cortland host activities for the family, including the Cortland Fire Department and local restaurants.

The Great Cortland Pumpkinfest also showcases the Cortland community.

A volunteer executive board plans and executes the Great Cortland Pumpkinfest. Volunteers from area high schools, SUNY Cortland, and the community work throughout the weekend to bring the festival to attendees. And local sponsors provide the financial and in-kind support that makes the festival possible.

This year's festival will be held:

Saturday, October 5        9AM - 5PM
Sunday,    October 6     10AM - 4PM

Apple Fest
Newark Valley Apple Festival

Enjoy family fun at Newark Valley’s 40th annual Apple Festival with tours of the Colonial Farmhouse, demonstrations of 1800’s skills, music, dancing, great food, crafts, spinning & weaving, kids; activities, gift shop, black powder public shoot and more! Adults $6 / Seniors (60+) and NVHS Members $5 / Students (6+) $4 / Families $18 (2 adults and up to three kids) / Kids under 6 Free

Harvest Festival at Treleaven Winery

Harvest is always an exciting time at Treleaven! Join in the fall fun with us at our annual Harvest Festival, October 5 and 6 from 12-5pm. There will be plenty of great live music, wine, beer, slushies, food, and activities for the little tykes, so bring out the whole family!

Enjoy pumpkin painting contests, traditional grape stompings, lawn games, and more! Music by City Limits will kick off the celebration on Saturday October 5 beginning at 1:00pm. Cruise Control will continue the party with their high-energy dance and rock music on Sunday from 1-4pm.

Simply Cookie's Kitchen will be serving up some great harvest specials. Check out their facebook page for more information!

Admission & Parking is free.

Visit treleavenwines.com/events for more information about the event.

Please call the winery at 315.364.5100 or check our Facebook page for last minute announcements.

* Parking available for free.
* Seating will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis, but bringing your own blankets and chairs is highly recommended.
* No outside food or alcohol will be permitted.

Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair
Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair at Genesee Country Village & Museum

Celebrate the bountiful Western NY harvest as the village shines in its finest fall colors! From livestock shows to cooking competitions, there will be non-stop activities all weekend long, in the tradition of the country fairs of days gone by. Shop the merchant tents, eat your way through everything from apples to strudel, and catch the base ball championship game!

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

people at fall festival
Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair at Genesee Country Village

Genesee Country Village & Museum will be showing off the best of the local harvest scene at this year’s Fall Festival and Agricultural Fair, Saturday and Sunday, October 5-6. In the tradition of a classic county fair, the Museum will have entertainers, animal demonstrations, and cooking competitions, all in the picturesque Historic Village setting. An additional perk for families, kids ages 17 and under are free all weekend, making for a full day of entertainment that won’t break the bank.

On Saturday, local cooks will test their skills over an open fire at the Cast Iron Chef competition. Reigning champion Gary Giusti from Wegmans will try for a fourth win against two formidable new opponents, Eric Smith, owner of Original Stumpblower Ciderworks, and Paul Tweksbury, retired U.S. Navy. Visitors can watch the battle play out while tasting samples of the recipes being created.

There are plenty of entertainment options for families, including perennial favorites Punch and Judy as well as Signora Bella’s 19th century circus act, a magic show, and in the style of P.T. Barnum, the Museum of Oddities. The John L. Wehle Gallery will also be holding one of its popular Gatherings, where curatorial staff give an inside look at the Museum’s renowned antique clothing collection, illuminating the threads that connect fashion and culture across time periods.

New this year, Sandi Connelly and Jeff Mills from RIT’s College of Science will give an interactive talk on the history of agriculture, and how it is impacted by technology and science. What role will vegetable-based “meat” play in our future diets? Are GMOs dangerous? Hear the answers to these questions and more at a talk that looks to the past to inform the future. 

In addition to enjoying the peak fall foliage, visitors can see antique farm equipment demonstrations, peruse entries in the arts and handiwork competitions, watch sheep herding as well as goat and poultry shows, and cheer on the teams competing for the Mayor’s Cup Base Ball Championship. Local products and companies will be showcased in the Imagine Monroe tent as well as the Market Tent, including local honey, ironworks from Spangler Forge, Katboocha kombucha, and much more, as part of one of the best farmer’s markets around. 

Support for the Fall Festival and Agricultural Fair provided by Market New York through I LOVE NY/ New York State’s Division of Tourism as a part of the Regional Economic Development Council awards. Other event partners include Imagine Monroe, Wegmans, CP Ward, Bonduelle, and Stihl.

Museum hours are 10 am-5 pm on Saturday and 10 am-4 pm on Sunday. For more information, visit www.gcv.org or call 585-294-8218. Museum Admission for the Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair: $22; Students/Seniors: $19; kids 17 and under are FREE.

customers and kids on a hayride at Deer Run Winery
Harvest Fest at Deer Run Winery in Geneseo

A day for the family to celebrate the year's grape harvest with live music, hayrides through the vineyard, bounce house, face-painting, candy, lawn games, grape stomp & more. Costumes are encouraged!

Harvest Festival at Deer Run Winery

A day for the family to celebrate the year's grape harvest with hayrides through the vineyard, bounce house, face-painting, candy, lawn games, grape stomp & more. Costumes are encouraged!

Market Street Social to Host Winedown Party Following Wineglass Marathon

Downtown Corning’s newest outdoor dining and entertainment venue, Market Street Social, is hosting an official Winedown Party following this year’s 38th annual Guthrie Wineglass Marathon – a USATF sanctioned event used by many runners as a Boston Marathon Qualifier. In affiliation with Radisson Hotel Corning, one of the top Radissons in the country according to the 2019 U.S. News & World Report, Market Street Social invites Wineglass runners, family, friends and/or spectators to celebrate another race well run on Sunday, October 6 starting at 10 am.  The special public event will include live music and dancing on the lawn by Blue Eyed Soul (10 am to 1 pm) and Handsome Young Ladies (1 pm to 4 pm); a beer, wine and Champagne bar; and hand-crafted small bites from Executive Chef David Tarr. Full dinner and drink menus will also be available until 10 pm at Market Street Social.    

Virgil Cain
Tunes in the Tent ft. Virgil Cain

Sip, eat, relax & enjoy live music by Virgil Cain in the tent overlooking beautiful Keuka Lake!

Savory food prepared by Blue Heron Cafe will be available to purchase in the tent, along with Heron Hill wines and NY craft beer and domestic beer.

Free admission!

Fresh Muffins
Sunday Brunch

1st Sunday of the month means brunch at Sapalta dining at Plum Point Lodge! Brunch buffet with eggs to order, smoked salmon Benedict has been a favorite among the regulars!

$24 for adults

$12 kids

$11 endless mimosas!!!!

Wineglass Marathon

The 38th Annual Guthrie Wineglass Marathon

START TIME - 8:15am

The 38th Annual Guthrie Wineglass Marathon starts at 8:15am on Sunday, October 6, 2019. Named a top destination and must-do marathon by Livestrong, Active Times, and others, the Wineglass course is a fast, flat, and scenic point-to-point course through the southern Finger Lakes, and a Boston Marathon qualifier race. With a start in Bath and finish on Historic Market Street in Corning, the marathon field will host close to 3,000 runners in 2019. The time limit for all participants is 6.5 hours. If you do not reach the half-way point in Campbell within 3 hours, 15 minutes (11:30 am) you will be asked to exit the race. All runners must take a bus to the start line! All runners must have their bib before boarding a bus to the start line.


2019 Guthrie Wineglass Marathon Registration Fees

  • December 1, 2018 - $100.00
  • January 1, 2019 -  $115.00
  • March 1, 2019 -  $125.00
  • April 1, 2019 -  $135.00
  • May 1, 2019 -  $145.00

Guthrie Wineglass Marathon VIP Option 

Arrive in style to the Guthrie Wineglass Marathon while supporting the Wineglass Scholarship Fund.  You'll meet the VIP Bus Sunday morning away from the hussle and bussle of the other runners catching their buses to the start lines.  This small coach type bus will deliever you to the full marathon start line, stocked with pre-race goodies and will remain near the start-line for you to hangout in comfort before you need to toe the start line.  The VIP option is $250 with half of the fee going towards your entry fee and half supporting the Wineglass Scholarship Fund. The VIP Option is limited to only 30 runners.

Events for October 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.

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Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Alfrescoflx -- Six chefs and a Roasted Pig

Six chefs and a Roasted Pig. 

That’s the short story of al fresco flx’s [Zero Waste] Family Dinner, Monday evening, October 7 at Lincoln Hill Farms.

Samantha Buyskes (creator of the meals enjoyed at our inaugural event in June) will be working with chefs from Nolan’s, Simply Crepes, Café Sol, New York Kitchen, Newbury Park Pastries and Lake to Lake Meats to create an evening of regionally-sourced, comfortable and delicious food. Heron Hill, Young Lion Brewing, Star Cider and The Dalai Java will be pouring. 

[Zero Waste] means that we’re working to make this evening kind to the environment, so please bring your own reusable tableware and drinkware! It’s a fun way to express yourself, and reduce post-consumer waste. Need inspiration or accessories? Consider Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore!

Join us as we gather together to share in the harvest, relax after a long, successful summer and get to know the masterminds behind some of our region’s favorite flavors!

News and updates on Facebook. Watch Instagram for @alfrescoflx

Doors open at 5:00. Dinner starts at 5:30.  $50 per person (Chamber members save 10%)

Click below to reserve your seat at the table.

Events for October 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.

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Events for October 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.

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Nate michaels sitting with guitar
FREE Live Music Wednesday Nights at Ventosa 6-9pm, BOGO happy hour 5-6pm

Live Music Series every Wednesday Music from 6-9 pm. BOGO Happy Hour from 5 to 6 pm. Cafe Toscana open until 9 pm.

Note: To maintain our mission of excellence, we cannot do wine tastings due to crowding after 5 pm nights with live music. 

Table reservations are highly recommended & taken the day of the event. Please call (315)719-0000. See our website for full artist line-up: https://ventosavineyards.com/events/

Events for October 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.

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Harvesting History Series Second Thursday of Each Month

Evolution of Floriculture ,History of Florists in Auburn, Making Easy Fall Centerpieces

Carmen Cosentino local Auburn Florist will present a slide presentation on the Florist Industry in Auburn, New York

Refreshments Served

opals
Local Jewelry Boutique Hosts Rare Opal Exhibit

Join us for our upcoming Opal Show for a unique and visually stunning experience as we transform our boutique into an opal paradise. World renowned opal miner Bill Kasso will be at the Jewelbox for three days to present his amazing collection of opals straight from the Queensland Outback! Bill will offer informal talks and Q&A about his world of being an opal miner. Learn about his journey from Wall Street to the opal mines of Australia as you sip wine, snack on local cheese, and socialize with fellow gemstone enthusiasts. The opals will be on display throughout the boutique for you to enjoy, from rough stones to polished pieces. There is no charge for this event, so bring a friend!

Join Opal Miner Bill Kasso for an informal talk on “The World of Opals” each day during exhibit hours.

Date: October 10th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 5pm

Date: October 11th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 5pm

Date: October 12th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 4pm

Complimentary design services during the event. Work with our master goldsmith, Micky Roof to create a one-of-a-kind piece

RSVP: info@ithacajewelbox.com

 

Events for October 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.

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

opals
Local Jewelry Boutique Hosts Rare Opal Exhibit

Join us for our upcoming Opal Show for a unique and visually stunning experience as we transform our boutique into an opal paradise. World renowned opal miner Bill Kasso will be at the Jewelbox for three days to present his amazing collection of opals straight from the Queensland Outback! Bill will offer informal talks and Q&A about his world of being an opal miner. Learn about his journey from Wall Street to the opal mines of Australia as you sip wine, snack on local cheese, and socialize with fellow gemstone enthusiasts. The opals will be on display throughout the boutique for you to enjoy, from rough stones to polished pieces. There is no charge for this event, so bring a friend!

Join Opal Miner Bill Kasso for an informal talk on “The World of Opals” each day during exhibit hours.

Date: October 10th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 5pm

Date: October 11th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 5pm

Date: October 12th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 4pm

Complimentary design services during the event. Work with our master goldsmith, Micky Roof to create a one-of-a-kind piece

RSVP: info@ithacajewelbox.com

 

Black Button Distilling Biggest Release Date Yet!

Come say hello to our Barrel Reserve Citrus Forward Gin, Double Barrel Bourbon Whiskey, Empire Rye Whiskey, and 5 Year Port Finished Bourbon.

Join us for an evening of smooth sipping and mingling with our owner, Jason Barrett, and the great minds behind these latest batches. We'll be serving up special cocktails and flights all night long. Stop by for a taste and a bottle!

Are you a member of The Guild? Stay tuned for your VIP party invite!

Let us know you're coming! 

Lual Mayen: A Game Developer’s Inspirational Journey
Lual Mayen: A Game Developer’s Inspirational Journey

 

Delight in a presentation by game developer Lual Mayen and be inspired as he talks about his life as a refugee in northern Uganda and how it led to his love of video games. Discover why he created Salaam, a video game teaching peace and conflict resolution.

Mayen is the founder of Junub Games, which utilizes gaming to build bridges between communities. In 2018, Mayen was named a Global Gaming Citizen at The Game Awards. He is currently working with Facebook to publish Salaam as an instant game. Included with general museum admission.

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.

Fall Fest

Come celebrate Fall with MacKenzie-Childs Aurora. Fun filled activities for all ages. Receive 20% off 1 full priced item. 

Activities: 

All Days - Pumpkin Patch and Fall Themed Selfie Wall

Friday 10/11 10AM until sell out - Moonflower Macaroons Popup Shop

Sunday 10/13 1PM - Sisterhood of the Traveling Broom performance

Sunday 10/13 1:30PM-3:30PM - Edgy Folk performance

Sunday 10/13 11AM-4PM - Bubble Train rides

Free live music this Friday, Saturday & Sunday!
Free Music Columbus Day Weekend Oct 11-13: Bob & Dee, Radio London, The Tarps

We're kicking off the holiday weekend with our favorite easy listening duo. Bob & Dee will be playing the Pavilion (or the Small Barn if it's too cool) from 6-8p as part of our Friday Nite Pizza Party from 5-8p! Add in a great gourmet pizza, good wine, beer and friends, and you've got a terrific Friday night! 

Saturday we've got the return of one of our favorite dance bands! Radio London will be playing all the pop hits of the 60s for your dancing pleasure out in the Pavilion from 6-8! (Or the Small Barn if it's too cool.) O

Then on Sunday, those crazy kids from Cornell rock the Pavilion from 4-7p! Bring your dance shoes as The Tarps cover all your fave classic rock hits, and plan on staying til the end as there is no work on Monday! Plus this is our last 3 hour Sunday concert til spring, so dance it up with us!

So whether you're winding down after a busy day or ramping up for a fun night, come join us for dinner & a show this weekend!

 

premium pairings at buttonwood grove
Premium Pairings at Buttonwood Grove - Fall Favorites!

Enjoy the ambiance of the harvest season with our in-depth tasting of fall favorites, expertly paired with tasty tidbits of specially selected food samples.  Led by our fun and informative staff, our seated premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  You'll learn about our wines and winery, the Finger Lakes region, and how to pair food and wine.  Tickets are required, and can be purchased on our website. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets. 

TASTINGS MAY TAKE PLACE OUTDOORS OR ON OUR COVERED PORCH, DEPENDING ON THE WEATHER

Headley's Liquor Barn - Friday Tasting
Headley's Liquor Barn - Friday Tasting with Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey

Friday Tasting! We have a tasting from 3pm to 6pm with Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey. Jack Daniel's is the top-selling American whiskey in the world and is produced in Lynchburg,Tennessee, by the Jack Daniel Distillery. Come try before you buy!!

Candor Fall Festival

Entertainment for the Entire Family, World-Class Woodcarvers Show, Quilt Displays, Craft/Flea Markets, Delicious Food. For more information and schedule go to: www.candornychamber.org

Mr Seward at Home
Mr Seward at Home

Experience the story of William Seward and his family like never before. Accomplished actor, writer, and scholar Jack Sherman premieres his original one man show portraying Mr. Seward through the various phases of his life. Theater and history blend together in this original production presented by the Seward House Museum. In addition to bearing a remarkable resemblance to Mr. Seward, Jack Sherman is a retired judge and published scholar. His talent for the stage and serious study of his subject shine through in his incredible personification of one of history’s most compelling figures.

Cinema in the Cemetery October 11, 2019
Cinema in the Cemetery

Get into the Halloween spirit at our first Cinema in the Cemetery!

Come out to the Ithaca City Cemetery on Friday, October 11, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. for a viewing of the family-friendly classic, Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas. A silent film short compliments of Wharton Studio Museum precedes the main feature.

Bring a blanket or stadium chair (no lawn chairs, please) for seating on the lawn.

Concessions will be available beginning at 6:00 p.m.; no alcohol allowed. Movie begins at approximately 6:15.

A $5 suggested donation supports the Friends of Ithaca City Cemetery and Historic Ithaca.

Cemetery entrances are across from 200 University Avenue and 600 Stewart Avenue. Look for event signs.

Rain date is Saturday, October 12, 2019, at 6:00 p.m.

Presented by Historic IthacaFriends of the Ithaca City Cemetery, and Wharton Studio Museum.

Sponsored by Purity Ice Cream.

 

Radio London Band
Live at The Oasis: Radio London

5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Band: Radio London | Music Genre: Rock and Roll

Fun & Friends! No cover. Family Friendly. Beverages, fresh bread baskets, snacks, and wine slushies available. Scale House Brewery pizza available at the bar.

Events for October 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.

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

opals
Local Jewelry Boutique Hosts Rare Opal Exhibit

Join us for our upcoming Opal Show for a unique and visually stunning experience as we transform our boutique into an opal paradise. World renowned opal miner Bill Kasso will be at the Jewelbox for three days to present his amazing collection of opals straight from the Queensland Outback! Bill will offer informal talks and Q&A about his world of being an opal miner. Learn about his journey from Wall Street to the opal mines of Australia as you sip wine, snack on local cheese, and socialize with fellow gemstone enthusiasts. The opals will be on display throughout the boutique for you to enjoy, from rough stones to polished pieces. There is no charge for this event, so bring a friend!

Join Opal Miner Bill Kasso for an informal talk on “The World of Opals” each day during exhibit hours.

Date: October 10th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 5pm

Date: October 11th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 5pm

Date: October 12th

Exhibit Hours: 10am - 4pm

Complimentary design services during the event. Work with our master goldsmith, Micky Roof to create a one-of-a-kind piece

RSVP: info@ithacajewelbox.com

 

Fall Fest

Come celebrate Fall with MacKenzie-Childs Aurora. Fun filled activities for all ages. Receive 20% off 1 full priced item. 

Activities: 

All Days - Pumpkin Patch and Fall Themed Selfie Wall

Friday 10/11 10AM until sell out - Moonflower Macaroons Popup Shop

Sunday 10/13 1PM - Sisterhood of the Traveling Broom performance

Sunday 10/13 1:30PM-3:30PM - Edgy Folk performance

Sunday 10/13 11AM-4PM - Bubble Train rides

Free live music this Friday, Saturday & Sunday!
Free Music Columbus Day Weekend Oct 11-13: Bob & Dee, Radio London, The Tarps

We're kicking off the holiday weekend with our favorite easy listening duo. Bob & Dee will be playing the Pavilion (or the Small Barn if it's too cool) from 6-8p as part of our Friday Nite Pizza Party from 5-8p! Add in a great gourmet pizza, good wine, beer and friends, and you've got a terrific Friday night! 

Saturday we've got the return of one of our favorite dance bands! Radio London will be playing all the pop hits of the 60s for your dancing pleasure out in the Pavilion from 6-8! (Or the Small Barn if it's too cool.) O

Then on Sunday, those crazy kids from Cornell rock the Pavilion from 4-7p! Bring your dance shoes as The Tarps cover all your fave classic rock hits, and plan on staying til the end as there is no work on Monday! Plus this is our last 3 hour Sunday concert til spring, so dance it up with us!

So whether you're winding down after a busy day or ramping up for a fun night, come join us for dinner & a show this weekend!

 

Candor Fall Festival

Entertainment for the Entire Family, World-Class Woodcarvers Show, Quilt Displays, Craft/Flea Markets, Delicious Food. For more information and schedule go to: www.candornychamber.org

Mr Seward at Home
Mr Seward at Home

Experience the story of William Seward and his family like never before. Accomplished actor, writer, and scholar Jack Sherman premieres his original one man show portraying Mr. Seward through the various phases of his life. Theater and history blend together in this original production presented by the Seward House Museum. In addition to bearing a remarkable resemblance to Mr. Seward, Jack Sherman is a retired judge and published scholar. His talent for the stage and serious study of his subject shine through in his incredible personification of one of history’s most compelling figures.

Andrea Dodge
Andrea Dodge at The Windmill

Listen to the soulful rock sounds of Andrea Dodge, while you enjoy delicious food and great shopping!

Batty About Bats

Fly in to The Strong and learn all about bats. Take pictures with Batman and uncover your favorite Caped Crusader’s strengths and weaknesses! Discover the natural superpowers of real bats, such as echolocation, design your own bat-cape, and more. Included with general museum admission.

The Diana Jacobs Band
Live Music and Food Truck at Buttonwood Grove!

Join us on Columbus Day weekend for live music with The Diana Jacobs Band and food from Martin's Smokehouse BBQ!  Experience the beauty of autumn in the Finger Lakes from our expansive deck and tasting room overlooking scenic Cayuga Lake while you sample some of the best wines the region has to offer.  Visit our website for all our upcoming events!

Hawk landing on handlers glove with photographer taking photo from below in foreground
Southern Tier Outdoor Show

The 13th Annual Southern Tier Outdoors Show will be held on October 12-13, 2019 in Bath, New York! The show features an action-packed weekend of hunting and fishing demos/shooting expositions, gear tests and safety courses to showcase the range of outdoor recreation found in the Southern Tier of New York State.

In 2019 one of the wildlife shows to be featured will be Hawk Creek Wildlife Center.  Prepare for close encounters of the wild kind with nature’s elite predators of the sky! Hawk Creek will present flying bird shows and having stunning raptors on display all weekend. Stand face-to-beak with an eagle, have a vulture and a hawk soar inches above your head and get closer than ever before to a variety of raptors from around the world!

This family friendly event offers a full weekend of contests and demonstrations to keep everyone entertained. Kids have the opportunity to win prizes with the indoor fishing pond or participate in the youth turkey calling contest, they can test their archery skills, exhibit their shooting skills on the laser course, and get up close and personal with birds of prey and a variety of exotic wildlife.

Coordinated by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County, visit the annual Southern Tier Outdoor Show one or both days for just $5 per person or $10 per car, and experience 150 vendors, professional classes, hands-on youth activities, demonstrations, and seminars  covering everything from fishing secrets to planting food plots.

Events for October 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.

loch ness advertising
Loch Ness ~ A New Broadway-bound musical at Merry-Go-Round Theater!

Broadway-bound, say you saw it before it became a Tony Award contender!

Featuring athletic puppetry in the style of The Lion King and the spectacle of Cirque du Soleil, LOCH NESS blends humor, heart and inspiring storytelling to create an unforgettable theatrical experience.

View Trailer Here

 

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Fall Fest

Come celebrate Fall with MacKenzie-Childs Aurora. Fun filled activities for all ages. Receive 20% off 1 full priced item. 

Activities: 

All Days - Pumpkin Patch and Fall Themed Selfie Wall

Friday 10/11 10AM until sell out - Moonflower Macaroons Popup Shop

Sunday 10/13 1PM - Sisterhood of the Traveling Broom performance

Sunday 10/13 1:30PM-3:30PM - Edgy Folk performance

Sunday 10/13 11AM-4PM - Bubble Train rides

Free live music this Friday, Saturday & Sunday!
Free Music Columbus Day Weekend Oct 11-13: Bob & Dee, Radio London, The Tarps

We're kicking off the holiday weekend with our favorite easy listening duo. Bob & Dee will be playing the Pavilion (or the Small Barn if it's too cool) from 6-8p as part of our Friday Nite Pizza Party from 5-8p! Add in a great gourmet pizza, good wine, beer and friends, and you've got a terrific Friday night! 

Saturday we've got the return of one of our favorite dance bands! Radio London will be playing all the pop hits of the 60s for your dancing pleasure out in the Pavilion from 6-8! (Or the Small Barn if it's too cool.) O

Then on Sunday, those crazy kids from Cornell rock the Pavilion from 4-7p! Bring your dance shoes as The Tarps cover all your fave classic rock hits, and plan on staying til the end as there is no work on Monday! Plus this is our last 3 hour Sunday concert til spring, so dance it up with us!

So whether you're winding down after a busy day or ramping up for a fun night, come join us for dinner & a show this weekend!

 

Candor Fall Festival

Entertainment for the Entire Family, World-Class Woodcarvers Show, Quilt Displays, Craft/Flea Markets, Delicious Food. For more information and schedule go to: www.candornychamber.org

Mr Seward at Home
Mr Seward at Home

Experience the story of William Seward and his family like never before. Accomplished actor, writer, and scholar Jack Sherman premieres his original one man show portraying Mr. Seward through the various phases of his life. Theater and history blend together in this original production presented by the Seward House Museum. In addition to bearing a remarkable resemblance to Mr. Seward, Jack Sherman is a retired judge and published scholar. His talent for the stage and serious study of his subject shine through in his incredible personification of one of history’s most compelling figures.

Batty About Bats

Fly in to The Strong and learn all about bats. Take pictures with Batman and uncover your favorite Caped Crusader’s strengths and weaknesses! Discover the natural superpowers of real bats, such as echolocation, design your own bat-cape, and more. Included with general museum admission.

Hawk landing on handlers glove with photographer taking photo from below in foreground
Southern Tier Outdoor Show

The 13th Annual Southern Tier Outdoors Show will be held on October 12-13, 2019 in Bath, New York! The show features an action-packed weekend of hunting and fishing demos/shooting expositions, gear tests and safety courses to showcase the range of outdoor recreation found in the Southern Tier of New York State.

In 2019 one of the wildlife shows to be featured will be Hawk Creek Wildlife Center.  Prepare for close encounters of the wild kind with nature’s elite predators of the sky! Hawk Creek will present flying bird shows and having stunning raptors on display all weekend. Stand face-to-beak with an eagle, have a vulture and a hawk soar inches above your head and get closer than ever before to a variety of raptors from around the world!

This family friendly event offers a full weekend of contests and demonstrations to keep everyone entertained. Kids have the opportunity to win prizes with the indoor fishing pond or participate in the youth turkey calling contest, they can test their archery skills, exhibit their shooting skills on the laser course, and get up close and personal with birds of prey and a variety of exotic wildlife.

Coordinated by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County, visit the annual Southern Tier Outdoor Show one or both days for just $5 per person or $10 per car, and experience 150 vendors, professional classes, hands-on youth activities, demonstrations, and seminars  covering everything from fishing secrets to planting food plots.

Heart of Harvest Festival

Come celebrate the harvest season with Lucas Vineyards at our Heart of Harvest Festival on Sunday, October 13th from 12:00 to 5:00 pm! Our festival is a FREE event, open to all ages, and will feature:

- Local food trucks: Fitnell Farms, Eat the Foood, and Puttin' on the Mitts
- Live Bluegrass Music by The Mathews Family Tradition Band
- A Wine Slushie Bar with four different slushie flavors!
- Wine Making Demonstrations with Winemaker Jeff Houck
- Tractor Tours of the Vineyard
- Birds of Prey Connections with Braddock Bay Raptor Research Group
- Local Craft Vendors
- Fire Pits
- Wine by the Glass, Wine Slushies, Hard Cider, and Bottles of Wine will be available for purchase

No coolers or outside alcohol is permitted. Blankets and chairs welcome - no pop up tents.

Toro Run Seafood Festival
Leaf Peeper's Seafood Festival w/ Music by Diana Jacobs Band

We host this event during the changing of the leaves, when our already beautiful view is enriched with the colors of fall. We provide a medley of seafood, as well as some non-seafood options, wine, beer, sangria, and cocktails - so there is plenty for all to enjoy! Bring your dancing shoes and enjoy live music provided by The Diana Jacobs Band. Picnic blankets and lawn chairs welcome.

*Lobster Dinners will be available for pre-sale.

*All food will be served à la carte.

We hope to see you there! 

Finger Lakes West logo in front of a flight of 3 wines
Finger Lakes West Dine and Drinks Tour

A 4.5 hour guided culinary and craft beverage tour highlighting food and beverage producers around Conesus Lake, the westernmost Finger Lake. Meet (and park your car) at Deer Run Winery at 11:00 am for your first sampling. Includes food and/or beverage samples at 5 different locations. Transportation included so that you can enjoy the fun without worry!

Tour Itinerary Menu includes food and drink from the following businesses:

Deer Run Winery, NOBS Brew Company, Rising Storm Brewing, 3 Legged Pig, The Beachcomber, Finger Lakes Cookie Co., Craig's Creamery Cheddar, OSB Ciderworks

Check the website and Facebook for updates on the menus for each tour.

Tickets must be purchased in advance!

Dos Locos
Tunes in the Tent ft. Dos Locos

Sip, eat, relax & enjoy live music by popular duo Dos Locos in the tent overlooking beautiful Keuka Lake!

Savory food prepared by Blue Heron Cafe will be available to purchase in the tent, along with Heron Hill wines and NY craft beer and domestic beer.

Free admission!

People painting at Hazlitt Red Cat Cellars
Wine & Paint at Hazlitt Red Cat Cellars

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Join us on Sunday, October 13, 2019, for Wine & Paint! With a vinyl record (provided) as your canvas and a refreshing glass of wine to enjoy, you get to be an artist for the afternoon. The afternoon’s painting is called The Dragonfly Cattails and there are two color schemes to choose from.

Get your friends together. Bring your favorite snacks and enjoy specially priced ciders & wines by the glass!

► Please call the winery at 585-531-9000 to reserve your space today!

Classes being held by Aimee Bergvall from Zest 4 Art (www.zest4art.com)

Pricing: $30*
*Wine is not included in the price and is available for purchase during the event.

Payment is due October 13, 2019. Checks, Credit Cards, and Cash accepted.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Fall Fest

Come celebrate Fall with MacKenzie-Childs Aurora. Fun filled activities for all ages. Receive 20% off 1 full priced item. 

Activities: 

All Days - Pumpkin Patch and Fall Themed Selfie Wall

Friday 10/11 10AM until sell out - Moonflower Macaroons Popup Shop

Sunday 10/13 1PM - Sisterhood of the Traveling Broom performance

Sunday 10/13 1:30PM-3:30PM - Edgy Folk performance

Sunday 10/13 11AM-4PM - Bubble Train rides

Dress-Up Day
Dress-Up Day

Kickoff Fashion Week in Rochester with special dress-up activities at the museum. Transform yourself into a fashion model with a glamorous outfit, take a turn on the catwalk and pose for your fans, and stop by the styling salon and give Barbie a new hairdo. Included with general museum admission.

The program is presented in partnership with Mary Therese Friel modeling agency, which will host a runway show as part of Fashion Week, celebrating toys inducted into The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame. For more information, visit fashionweekofrochester.com. Presented in partnership with Mary Therese Friel, LLC.

Columbus Day at The Windmill

Due to Columbus Day weekend being a very popular and beautiful time to visit The Finger Lakes, The Windmill Farm and Craft Market will now be open on Columbus Day. Come enjoy our delicious food, fresh produce, and great shops. We have five wineries, a brewery and a distillery right here, on our market. We are a one stop shopping destination!

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Closing Day for the Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum’s 35th season!

Receive a FREE gift with paid admission.  Open 12 to 5 p.m.  Admission:  $6/Adult; $3/Students (K-12); FREE for Preschool Children & SBHS Members.  Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum, 7606 North Ontario Street, Sodus Point, NY.  For more information, call (315) 483-4936 or visit www.sodusbaylighthouse.org.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Jon Lamanna singing in microphone with event details
FREE Live Music Wednesday Nights at Ventosa 6-9pm, BOGO happy hour 5-6pm

Live Music Series every Wednesday Music from 6-9 pm. BOGO Happy Hour from 5 to 6 pm. Cafe Toscana open until 9 pm.

Note: To maintain our mission of excellence, we cannot do wine tastings due to crowding after 5 pm nights with live music. 

Table reservations are highly recommended & taken the day of the event. Please call (315)719-0000. See our website for full artist line-up: https://ventosavineyards.com/events/

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

flatbread tasting with wine pairings
Wine & Seasonal Flatbread Tasting

Join us at our Tasting Room on Seneca Lake in celebrating this year's harvest featuring a bubbly wine and charcuterie reception to start + 3 seasonal local hand-pressed flatbread pairings with Blue Heron café Chef, Sue Milovich and Co-Owner, Eric Frarey. 

FLATBREAD MENU

Roasted shrimp, garlic and aged cheddar cheese flatbread
Macri Reserve Chardonnay
Puréed cauliflower, braised local sausage and grape flatbread
Ingle Vineyard Blaufrankisch
Pumpkin, white raisin and creme anglaise flatbread
Late Harvest Vidal Blanc

Tickets are $25/person. Click here for tickets, or call the tasting room at 607-243-7109

Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet
Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet at Genesee Country Village & Museum

A night sure to send a chill down your spine, these guided tours look into the dark recesses of the village and explore some hair-raising tales of lore. Guided only by lanterns, you’ll see the village in a whole new – and sinister – light. Need some fortification to brave the night? Join us for the Spirits Buffet Dinner! Reservations are required.

For more information, check our our website at: https://www.gcv.org/events/

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet
Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet at Genesee Country Village & Museum

A night sure to send a chill down your spine, these guided tours look into the dark recesses of the village and explore some hair-raising tales of lore. Guided only by lanterns, you’ll see the village in a whole new – and sinister – light. Need some fortification to brave the night? Join us for the Spirits Buffet Dinner! Reservations are required.

For more information, check our our website at: https://www.gcv.org/events/

Iron Horse band
Live at The Oasis:Iron Horse

5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Band: Iron Horse Ithaca | Music Genre: Southern Rock & Texas Blues

Fun & Friends! No cover. Family Friendly. Beverages, fresh bread baskets, snacks, and wine slushies available. Scale House Brewery pizza available at the bar.

Headley's Liquor Barn - Friday Tasting
Headley's Liquor Barn - Friday Tasting with Urbana Hill Distillery

Friday Tasting! We have a tasting from 3pm to 6pm with Urbana Hill Distillery.  Come try before you buy.

moon over Deer Run Winery building at night
WinEerie Nights at Deer Run Winery

Not for the faint of heart, a spooktacular event which includes ghoulish wine and food pairings, an escape room and a moonlit tractor ride though the grounds.  We recommend wearing shoes suitable for a eerie stroll through the vineyard.  Reservations are required, you select the time and date on the website.  

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.

Premium Pairings at buttonwood grove
Premium Pairings at Buttonwood Grove - Fall Favorites!

Enjoy the ambiance of the harvest season with our in-depth tasting of fall favorites, expertly paired with tasty tidbits of specially selected food samples.  Led by our fun and informative staff, our seated premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  You'll learn about our wines and winery, the Finger Lakes region, and how to pair food and wine.  Tickets are required, and can be purchased on our website. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets. 

TASTINGS MAY TAKE PLACE OUTDOORS OR ON OUR COVERED PORCH, DEPENDING ON THE WEATHER

A Bronx Tale Logo
A Bronx Tale

Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series
2019-2020 Season at the Clemens Center
A BRONX TALE

Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

 

For information call the Box Office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159, Monday – Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

 

Jersey Boys meets West Side Story.” – amNewYork

Three years ago, Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri teamed up with Academy Award® winner Robert De Niro, Tony® Award winner Jerry Zaks and Tony® Award nominee Sergio

Trujillo to create this streetwise musical – based on Palminteri’s true life story.

A BRONX TALE, Broadway’s hit crowd-pleaser, takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s, where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be.

Bursting with high-energy dance numbers and original doo-wop tunes from Academy Award® and Tony® Award-winner Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast) and Tony® Award-nominee Glenn Slater (Love Never Dies), A BRONX TALE is an unforgettable story of loyalty and family.

The New York Times hails A BRONX TALE as “A Critics’ Pick! The kind of tale that makes you laugh and cry.”

 

Recommended Ages: Best enjoyed by ages 12 and older due to strong language and gunshot effects.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet
Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet at Genesee Country Village & Museum

A night sure to send a chill down your spine, these guided tours look into the dark recesses of the village and explore some hair-raising tales of lore. Guided only by lanterns, you’ll see the village in a whole new – and sinister – light. Need some fortification to brave the night? Join us for the Spirits Buffet Dinner! Reservations are required.

For more information, check our our website at: https://www.gcv.org/events/

moon over Deer Run Winery building at night
WinEerie Nights at Deer Run Winery

Not for the faint of heart, a spooktacular event which includes ghoulish wine and food pairings, an escape room and a moonlit tractor ride though the grounds.  We recommend wearing shoes suitable for a eerie stroll through the vineyard.  Reservations are required, you select the time and date on the website.  

A Bronx Tale Logo
A Bronx Tale

Elmira Savings Bank Broadway Series
2019-2020 Season at the Clemens Center
A BRONX TALE

Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

 

For information call the Box Office at 607-734-8191 or 800-724-0159, Monday – Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

 

Jersey Boys meets West Side Story.” – amNewYork

Three years ago, Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri teamed up with Academy Award® winner Robert De Niro, Tony® Award winner Jerry Zaks and Tony® Award nominee Sergio

Trujillo to create this streetwise musical – based on Palminteri’s true life story.

A BRONX TALE, Broadway’s hit crowd-pleaser, takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s, where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be.

Bursting with high-energy dance numbers and original doo-wop tunes from Academy Award® and Tony® Award-winner Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast) and Tony® Award-nominee Glenn Slater (Love Never Dies), A BRONX TALE is an unforgettable story of loyalty and family.

The New York Times hails A BRONX TALE as “A Critics’ Pick! The kind of tale that makes you laugh and cry.”

 

Recommended Ages: Best enjoyed by ages 12 and older due to strong language and gunshot effects.

BYBD: A Night in Monte Carlo Flyer
Bet Your Bottom Dollar: A Night in Monte Carlo

We invite you to a night of gambling, games, and glamour inspired by the glitz of Monte Carlo. Support the Hangar’s artistic and educational programs with an evening of gaming galore, sumptuous snacks, potent potables, and a plethora of prizes! Plus, Jyl’s Photo Booth will be there to take pictures you can cherish for years to come.

Joining us are special guests from the Hangar’s 2019 production of Kinky Boots, Darius Harper (Lola) Brian Sears (Charlie Price) and Gerry McIntyre (Director).

Old Fashion Halloween

Old Fashion Halloween at Museum

Costume parade at 12:30 P.M. and 3 P.M. with Prizes

Trick or Treating in Musuem 11:30 A.M. till Noon and 2:00 P.M. till 2:30 P.M.

Pumpkin Carving 10:30 A.M. till 2:30 P.M.

Horse and Wagon Rides, Model "T" Rides, Refreshments, Music Activities

Admission and Parking Free

Headley's Liquor Barn
Headley's Liquor Barn - Saturday Tasting with Misunderstood Ginger Whiskey

Thursday tasting! We have a tasting from 3pm to 6pm with Misunderstood Ginger Whiskey. Come try before you buy!

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

Pumpkin Painting
Pumpkin and Face Painting at The Windmill

Bring the kiddos out to The Windmill for some fall fun with pumpkin and face painting! While you are here, enjoy some delicious food and great shopping.

Ithaca City Cemetery Sprint
Ithaca City Cemetery Sprint

Walk or run this one-mile, all-terrain, challenging dash through Ithaca’s historic municipal cemetery. The course starts uphill and goes downhill from there… only to go back uphill! Costumes are welcome and prizes will be given.

Bring your friends & family – special rate available for groups of 4 or more! All ages welcome.

Check-in begins at 8:00 AM.

Proceeds benefit Historic Ithaca and Friends of the Ithaca City Cemetery's work to preserve and promote the history, landscape, and enjoyment of Ithaca's oldest cemetery.

Sponsored by: Sciarabba & WalkerJohnson ApartmentsMargaret Hobbie Real EstateArgos InnFriends of the Ithaca City CemeteryBangs Ambulance, WegmansEmmy's OrganicsThe Gym IthacaSignificant ElementsHistoric Urban Plans, and Purity Ice Cream Company.

Beachcomber's Annual Halloween Party
Beachcomber's Annual Halloween Party

It's the Beachcomber's 15th Annual Halloween Costume Party! Join us for the biggest party in Livingston County on Saturday, October 19th at 9pm.

Beer, shot and cocktail specials all night long!

Our Costume Contest will award winners in five categories: Sexiest, Scariest, Most Creative, Funniest, & Best All Around!

$5 cover at the door
21+ ONLY

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet
Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet at Genesee Country Village & Museum

A night sure to send a chill down your spine, these guided tours look into the dark recesses of the village and explore some hair-raising tales of lore. Guided only by lanterns, you’ll see the village in a whole new – and sinister – light. Need some fortification to brave the night? Join us for the Spirits Buffet Dinner! Reservations are required.

For more information, check our our website at: https://www.gcv.org/events/

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

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 - Oct. 20th w/ Bob & Dee! Music begins at 1PM. 

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

We look forward to seeing you!

Hope Church
HOPE CHURCH

Sundays 8:00 am & 10:00 am at the Clemens Center

Here at Hope we want every person to experience God, discover hope in Him, and be used to change the world around them. We think church should be enjoyed and not endured! Come join the party… church might not be what you think it is!

NYHopeChurch.com

Planet Jr Band
Tunes in the Tent ft. Planet Jr.

Sip, eat, relax & enjoy live music by Grateful Dead cover band, Planet Jr, in the tent overlooking beautiful Keuka Lake!

Savory food prepared by Blue Heron Cafe will be available to purchase in the tent, along with Heron Hill wines and NY craft beer and domestic beer.

Free admission!

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

Baba Yaga The Witch
Rafael Grigorian Ballet Theatre – BABA YAGA THE WITCH

Join us as we tell the Russian fairy tale of the wicked witch Baba Yaga and her plan to trap Vasilissa the Beautiful. Similar to the folklore of Hansel and Gretel this story is a classic that brings all of the spookiness of the season while we follow our heroine in her triumph.

Blues Plate Special Band
Live at The Oasis: Blues Plate Special

5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 

Band: Blues Plate Special | Music Genre: Blues

Fun & Friends! No cover. Family Friendly. Beverages, fresh bread baskets, snacks, and wine slushies available. Scale House Brewery pizza available at the bar.

Trick-or-Treating in the Village
Trick-or-Treating in the Village at Genesee Country Village & Museum

Kids will love all the Halloween fun, from collecting treats at the historic homes to roasting marshmallows, movies, and games inside and out. Highlights include Teal Pumpkin Project houses, face painting, and a whole car-free village for tricks and treats! Choose between Friday evening for nighttime fun, or Saturday for an earlier start to your adventures!

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

HarFest: An end of harvest Halloween bash!

Our Annual HarFest Bash will be the best way to ring in the fall and celebrate the harvest season on Friday, October 25th from 8-midnight! This celebration will just be for our 21+ fans with Washburn Entertainment to DJ, and since the bash will be held indoors at the Ginny Lee Cafe at Wagner Vineyards, the weather is no issue. Costumes and dancing are not only welcome but encouraged! There will be a costume contest with prizes for the top 3, so bring your “A game!” 

We will have Wagner Vineyards wines, Wagner Valley Brewing Co brews, and full bar for cocktails. Wagner Valley Brewing Co will have a specialty cask of Ghost of Mangose just for the event – a limited batch that you won’t want to miss. The cafe will have a special menu of festive foods (wings, hot wraps, potato skins, and more) available for purchase. 

Headley's Liquor Barn
Headley's Liquor Barn - Friday Tasting with Saint Lawrence Spirits

Friday Tasting! We have a tasting from 4pm to 7pm with Saint Lawrence Spirits! Come try before you buy.

moon over Deer Run Winery building at night
WinEerie Nights at Deer Run Winery

Not for the faint of heart, a spooktacular event which includes ghoulish wine and food pairings, an escape room and a moonlit tractor ride though the grounds. We recommend wearing shoes suitable for a eerie stroll through the vineyard.  Reservations are required, you select the time and date on the website.

premium pairings at buttonwood grove
Premium Pairings at Buttonwood Grove - Fall Favorites!

Enjoy the ambiance of the harvest season with our in-depth tasting of fall favorites, expertly paired with tasty tidbits of specially selected food samples.  Led by our fun and informative staff, our seated premium pairing events offer a whole new dimension in wine tasting.  You'll learn about our wines and winery, the Finger Lakes region, and how to pair food and wine.  Tickets are required, and can be purchased on our website. Tastings are limited to a maximum of 12 participants, and start promptly at 3:00 PM.  Please allow 1 hour for your visit.  Wine Club members receive a 50% discount on tickets. 

TASTINGS MAY TAKE PLACE OUTDOORS OR ON OUR COVERED PORCH, DEPENDING ON THE WEATHER

Fright Fest at the Holiday Inn Elmira
Fright Fest 2019 at the Holiday Inn Elmira

It’s one night only of Fright Full Fun!

The gates of hell open at 7:00 PM. Party on with a DJ from A Walk on the Wildside.

Get creative with your costume because there’s $600 in CASH prizes to win! Come in your sexiest, scariest and most original costumes for your chance at the cash! 

MUST BE 21 OR OLDER WITH A VALID ID. YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN WITHOUT ID.

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

Tasting Blocks wine dinner at Fox Run Vineyards
Tasting Blocks Wine Dinner

Join us as Winemaker Peter Bell and Chef Brud Holland guide you through the building blocks of food and wine pairings.  Each of the four courses will build upon the principles chefs and winemakers use when collaborating on food and wine pairing.  Tickets are $75 per person (+ tax and gratuity). Menu coming soon. Reservations required 72 hours in advance. As of 8/26/2019, the Sept. 27 dinner is sold out.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

fall colors
Leaf Peeping Cruises

Come aboard the MV Teal to view the breath taking fall foliage from the perspective of the lake.   Mid-day eco-cruises and evening sunset cruises available through October.  Check our website for specific availability.

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

Trick-or-Treating in the Village
Trick-or-Treating in the Village at Genesee Country Village & Museum

Kids will love all the Halloween fun, from collecting treats at the historic homes to roasting marshmallows, movies, and games inside and out. Highlights include Teal Pumpkin Project houses, face painting, and a whole car-free village for tricks and treats! Choose between Friday evening for nighttime fun, or Saturday for an earlier start to your adventures!

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

HarFest: An end of harvest Halloween bash!

Our Annual HarFest Bash will be the best way to ring in the fall and celebrate the harvest season on Friday, October 25th from 8-midnight! This celebration will just be for our 21+ fans with Washburn Entertainment to DJ, and since the bash will be held indoors at the Ginny Lee Cafe at Wagner Vineyards, the weather is no issue. Costumes and dancing are not only welcome but encouraged! There will be a costume contest with prizes for the top 3, so bring your “A game!” 

We will have Wagner Vineyards wines, Wagner Valley Brewing Co brews, and full bar for cocktails. Wagner Valley Brewing Co will have a specialty cask of Ghost of Mangose just for the event – a limited batch that you won’t want to miss. The cafe will have a special menu of festive foods (wings, hot wraps, potato skins, and more) available for purchase. 

moon over Deer Run Winery building at night
WinEerie Nights at Deer Run Winery

Not for the faint of heart, a spooktacular event which includes ghoulish wine and food pairings, an escape room and a moonlit tractor ride though the grounds. We recommend wearing shoes suitable for a eerie stroll through the vineyard.  Reservations are required, you select the time and date on the website.

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised]
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised]

John G. Ullman & Associates Foundation, Inc.
Family Connection Series presents

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED)[REVISED]

 Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

 

Tickets: Adults $25/$20; Youth Under 18 – half price.
Processing and facility maintenance fees apply. 

Please note youth pricing is not available online.

Group Discounts available – please inquire

SPECIAL SAVINGS TICKET OFFER – Purchase tickets to the October 5th performance of CATAPULT  + one other show in the series for $5 off regular-priced tickets.  The shows in the 19-20 Family Connection Series are:  CATAPULT; REDUCED SHAKESPEARE COMPANY, and THE SNOWY DAY AND OTHER STORIES

 

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

 

All 37 Plays in 97 Minutes! THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED)[REVISED] is an irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s plays. Join these madcap men in tights as they weave their wicked way through all of Shakespeare’s Comedies, Histories and Tragedies in one wild and memorable ride that leaves audiences breathless and helpless with laughter.

Recommended Ages:  Best enjoyed by ages 13 and older

Show Length: 85 minutes with an intermission

quilters workshop
Auburn's Schweinfurth Art Center Annual Quilt Exhibition

The Schweinfurth Art Center's annual Quilts=Art=Quilts exhibition is opening at the end of October and, with it, a weekend of events for quilters. Events include a Pat Pauly fabric printing workshop, the opening reception for the exhibition, and a brunch followed by a tour of the exhibit led by Schweinfurth's executive director.

Quilts=Art=Quilts is an annual juried quilt exhibition that has been held annually since the art center opened in 1981. Each year, the exhibit attracts competitive entries from some of the world's leading quilt makers and fiber artists. The 2019 version features 73 quilts from 64 artists.

While most of the quilts were made by U.S. artists, six pieces are by international artists who hail from Australia, Canada, England, and South Korea. QAQ 2019 will be on display from Oct. 26, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020.

Jurors for the exhibition were Claire Benn, one of the United Kingdom's leading mixed media and textile artists, and Petra Fallaux, a Dutch native who creates and teaches textile arts, writes, and curates textile exhibitions.

Quilters' Weekend begins on Wednesday, Oct. 23, with the start of a four-day Studio Schweinfurth workshop, "On Your Mark - Print!," taught by Rochester artist Pat Pauly. Registration is required for the workshop, which costs $520 for Schweinfurth members and $530 for nonmembers.

Other events include:

  • Opening reception for "Quilts=Art=Quilts" exhibition, 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. The reception is free and open to the public
  • Quilter's Brunch at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Springside Inn, featuring a talk by QAQ juror Petra Fallaux. The brunch costs $22 and registration is required.
  • Executive Director's QAQ Tour at 1 p.m. The tour is free with $10 admission to the exhibits.

The Schweinfurth is offering additional related events through QAQ's run:

  • Trunk Shows featuring QAQ exhibiting artists at 2 p.m. Sundays Nov. 3 and 24 and Dec. 1; free with $10 exhibit admission. Nov. 3 features Joyce Martelli, Nov. 24 is Melissa Matson, and Dec. 1 features Denise Kooperman and Thomas Knauer, author of the newly released book "Why We Quilt: Contemporary Makers Speak Out about the Power of Art, Activism, Community, and Creativity."
  • Fiber Market noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 featuring goods direct from local farms, artisans, and artists; free with $10 exhibit admission
  • Fall Fiber Retreat 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 15 to 17, featuring the Schweinfurth's sewing and wet studios. Cost is $110 for members, $120 for nonmembers; registration is required.

For more information or to register for any of these events, please link to our website at www.myartcenter.org or call 315-255-1553

Trick or Treat
Trick or Treat at The Windmill

Bring the kiddos out to the Windmill for Trick or Treating and Cider and Donuts! Maybe the Witches of Steuben County will make an appearance too!

family on sky ride
Bristol Mountain Fall Sky Rides

Enjoy the beautiful autumn colors of the Finger Lakes from the Comet Express chairlift to the summit of Bristol Mountain. This tranquil 15-20 minute ride is for people of all ages to experience the Bristol Hills and the valley below in all its splendor. On a clear day, a glimpse of Canandaigua Lake is visible from the summit.

Planning your visit? Consider climbing or zipping at Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures located at the summit of the mountain or check out this great list of things to do in the area.

Save 17% and take advantage of direct to lift access when you buy your adult ticket online at least one day prior to your visit.  PURCHASE TICKETS

Headley's Liquor Barn
Headley's Liquor Barn - Saturday Tasting with Titos Vodka

Saturday Tasting! We have a tasting from 1pm to 4pm with Tito's Vodka. Come try before you buy!

Hallowine Spooktacular: Circus Carn-Evil | October 26, 8p-midnight
Hallowine Spooktacular: Circus Carn-Evil at Americana Vineyards

Ladies & Gentlemen, in the center ring, it’s our 17th Annual Hallo-Wine Spooktacular, and this year's costume theme is Circus Carn-Evil, with 3 categories: Best Circus Performer, Best Sideshow Act, Best Off-Theme! Contest is at 10:30 each winner goes home with a prize basket of Americana goodies! Come in costume to win, or not and just have fun! Music by Elephant Sound. Treats by Crystal Lake Café. First glass of wine free with admission. 


ADMISSION: 21+
$15 General Public/$10 Industry & Patriots Club Members 
Advance Tix & RSVP: 607-387-6801

Family Halloween Party
Family Halloween Party

Creep into the museum for Halloween festivities for the whole family. Join Ted Baumhauer from Rochester’s Red Tie Variety for It’s Just a Little Scary Show! at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 and 3 p.m. on Saturday and 1:30 and 3 p.m. on Sunday. For more than two decades, Baumhauer has performed and presented to audiences in and around Greater Rochester. Watch as he shows off juggling tricks inspired by the ghosts of vaudevillians past.

All weekend long, roll dice to find out how many eyes and ears your monster creation should have, play pumpkin-themed games, and practice your zombie walk and monster stomp. Included with general museum admission.

Events for October 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.

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

Barrel Series Experience

October 2019
Location: 1886 Reserve Room

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

Gere Tillotson Monument at the Ithaca City Cemetery
Ithaca City Cemetery Tour

For two weekends in October, Oct. 19-20 and Oct. 26-27, Historic Ithaca is offering guided tours of the Ithaca City Cemetery. Learn about the historic site’s evolution from village burying ground to Victorian garden of the dead. Enjoy the sweeping views and champion trees that make the cemetery a favorite spot for the living, while getting to know the famous and infamous residents and the stories they have to tell.

As always, cider and donuts will be served. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as the tour will take place rain, shine, or snow. Tours last approximately one hour and 15 minutes.

The tour begins and ends at the downhill, University Avenue entrance to the Ithaca City Cemetery. Parking is available along Linn Street, University Avenue, and Stewart Avenue.

All tours begin at 11:00 AM and end at approximately 12:15 PM, except for the Saturday, October 26 tour, which begins at 1:00 PM.

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

quilters workshop
Auburn's Schweinfurth Art Center Annual Quilt Exhibition

The Schweinfurth Art Center's annual Quilts=Art=Quilts exhibition is opening at the end of October and, with it, a weekend of events for quilters. Events include a Pat Pauly fabric printing workshop, the opening reception for the exhibition, and a brunch followed by a tour of the exhibit led by Schweinfurth's executive director.

Quilts=Art=Quilts is an annual juried quilt exhibition that has been held annually since the art center opened in 1981. Each year, the exhibit attracts competitive entries from some of the world's leading quilt makers and fiber artists. The 2019 version features 73 quilts from 64 artists.

While most of the quilts were made by U.S. artists, six pieces are by international artists who hail from Australia, Canada, England, and South Korea. QAQ 2019 will be on display from Oct. 26, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020.

Jurors for the exhibition were Claire Benn, one of the United Kingdom's leading mixed media and textile artists, and Petra Fallaux, a Dutch native who creates and teaches textile arts, writes, and curates textile exhibitions.

Quilters' Weekend begins on Wednesday, Oct. 23, with the start of a four-day Studio Schweinfurth workshop, "On Your Mark - Print!," taught by Rochester artist Pat Pauly. Registration is required for the workshop, which costs $520 for Schweinfurth members and $530 for nonmembers.

Other events include:

  • Opening reception for "Quilts=Art=Quilts" exhibition, 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. The reception is free and open to the public
  • Quilter's Brunch at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Springside Inn, featuring a talk by QAQ juror Petra Fallaux. The brunch costs $22 and registration is required.
  • Executive Director's QAQ Tour at 1 p.m. The tour is free with $10 admission to the exhibits.

The Schweinfurth is offering additional related events through QAQ's run:

  • Trunk Shows featuring QAQ exhibiting artists at 2 p.m. Sundays Nov. 3 and 24 and Dec. 1; free with $10 exhibit admission. Nov. 3 features Joyce Martelli, Nov. 24 is Melissa Matson, and Dec. 1 features Denise Kooperman and Thomas Knauer, author of the newly released book "Why We Quilt: Contemporary Makers Speak Out about the Power of Art, Activism, Community, and Creativity."
  • Fiber Market noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 featuring goods direct from local farms, artisans, and artists; free with $10 exhibit admission
  • Fall Fiber Retreat 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 15 to 17, featuring the Schweinfurth's sewing and wet studios. Cost is $110 for members, $120 for nonmembers; registration is required.

For more information or to register for any of these events, please link to our website at www.myartcenter.org or call 315-255-1553

family on sky ride
Bristol Mountain Fall Sky Rides

Enjoy the beautiful autumn colors of the Finger Lakes from the Comet Express chairlift to the summit of Bristol Mountain. This tranquil 15-20 minute ride is for people of all ages to experience the Bristol Hills and the valley below in all its splendor. On a clear day, a glimpse of Canandaigua Lake is visible from the summit.

Planning your visit? Consider climbing or zipping at Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures located at the summit of the mountain or check out this great list of things to do in the area.

Save 17% and take advantage of direct to lift access when you buy your adult ticket online at least one day prior to your visit.  PURCHASE TICKETS

Hallowine Spooktacular: Circus Carn-Evil | October 26, 8p-midnight
Hallowine Spooktacular: Circus Carn-Evil at Americana Vineyards

Ladies & Gentlemen, in the center ring, it’s our 17th Annual Hallo-Wine Spooktacular, and this year's costume theme is Circus Carn-Evil, with 3 categories: Best Circus Performer, Best Sideshow Act, Best Off-Theme! Contest is at 10:30 each winner goes home with a prize basket of Americana goodies! Come in costume to win, or not and just have fun! Music by Elephant Sound. Treats by Crystal Lake Café. First glass of wine free with admission. 


ADMISSION: 21+
$15 General Public/$10 Industry & Patriots Club Members 
Advance Tix & RSVP: 607-387-6801

Family Halloween Party
Family Halloween Party

Creep into the museum for Halloween festivities for the whole family. Join Ted Baumhauer from Rochester’s Red Tie Variety for It’s Just a Little Scary Show! at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 and 3 p.m. on Saturday and 1:30 and 3 p.m. on Sunday. For more than two decades, Baumhauer has performed and presented to audiences in and around Greater Rochester. Watch as he shows off juggling tricks inspired by the ghosts of vaudevillians past.

All weekend long, roll dice to find out how many eyes and ears your monster creation should have, play pumpkin-themed games, and practice your zombie walk and monster stomp. Included with general museum admission.

bride in white wedding dress, with tiara, bouquet of flowers, and pink script writing to left of bride vertically 'Bridal & Special Event Expo'
Bridal & Special Event Expo at the Radisson Hotel Corning

Local & Regional Wedding, Hospitality & Event Professionals

See the Latest in New Ideas, Concepts & Trends

Products & Services to Fit Every Budget

Experienced Professionals – Quality Products – Personalized Services

Everything You Need to Plan Your Perfect Wedding

Free Admission

Brides, pre-register and receive 2 chances to win a TV

www.senbridalshows.com

 

Show Specials – Bridal Bags – Demos

Delicious Tastings – Photo Booth Photos

Ampersand Project
Tunes in the Tent ft. Ampersand Project

Sip, eat, relax & enjoy live music by local duo, the Ampersand Project, in the tent overlooking beautiful Keuka Lake!

Savory food prepared by Blue Heron Cafe will be available to purchase in the tent, along with Heron Hill wines and NY craft beer and domestic beer.

Free admission!

Events for October 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.

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

quilters workshop
Auburn's Schweinfurth Art Center Annual Quilt Exhibition

The Schweinfurth Art Center's annual Quilts=Art=Quilts exhibition is opening at the end of October and, with it, a weekend of events for quilters. Events include a Pat Pauly fabric printing workshop, the opening reception for the exhibition, and a brunch followed by a tour of the exhibit led by Schweinfurth's executive director.

Quilts=Art=Quilts is an annual juried quilt exhibition that has been held annually since the art center opened in 1981. Each year, the exhibit attracts competitive entries from some of the world's leading quilt makers and fiber artists. The 2019 version features 73 quilts from 64 artists.

While most of the quilts were made by U.S. artists, six pieces are by international artists who hail from Australia, Canada, England, and South Korea. QAQ 2019 will be on display from Oct. 26, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020.

Jurors for the exhibition were Claire Benn, one of the United Kingdom's leading mixed media and textile artists, and Petra Fallaux, a Dutch native who creates and teaches textile arts, writes, and curates textile exhibitions.

Quilters' Weekend begins on Wednesday, Oct. 23, with the start of a four-day Studio Schweinfurth workshop, "On Your Mark - Print!," taught by Rochester artist Pat Pauly. Registration is required for the workshop, which costs $520 for Schweinfurth members and $530 for nonmembers.

Other events include:

  • Opening reception for "Quilts=Art=Quilts" exhibition, 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. The reception is free and open to the public
  • Quilter's Brunch at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Springside Inn, featuring a talk by QAQ juror Petra Fallaux. The brunch costs $22 and registration is required.
  • Executive Director's QAQ Tour at 1 p.m. The tour is free with $10 admission to the exhibits.

The Schweinfurth is offering additional related events through QAQ's run:

  • Trunk Shows featuring QAQ exhibiting artists at 2 p.m. Sundays Nov. 3 and 24 and Dec. 1; free with $10 exhibit admission. Nov. 3 features Joyce Martelli, Nov. 24 is Melissa Matson, and Dec. 1 features Denise Kooperman and Thomas Knauer, author of the newly released book "Why We Quilt: Contemporary Makers Speak Out about the Power of Art, Activism, Community, and Creativity."
  • Fiber Market noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 featuring goods direct from local farms, artisans, and artists; free with $10 exhibit admission
  • Fall Fiber Retreat 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 15 to 17, featuring the Schweinfurth's sewing and wet studios. Cost is $110 for members, $120 for nonmembers; registration is required.

For more information or to register for any of these events, please link to our website at www.myartcenter.org or call 315-255-1553

Have You Filled Your Bucket Today Logo
Have You Filled Your Bucket Today? The Musical

A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production performed by Virginia Rep on Tour

Monday, October 28, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Tickets: $6.

For group and/or single tickets, call our School-Time Coordinator at 607-733-5639 ext. 248.

 

This fun-filled musical, based on the concepts in Carol McCloud’s award-winning children’s book, Have You Filled a Bucket Today? and Ann Marie G. Halstead’s Bucket Filling Fairy, uses the idea of a “bucket” to show students how to express kindness, appreciation and love. Help teach students to be bucket-fillers rather than bucket-dippers with this musical performance, designed to promote healthy relationships and self-esteem, and bring character education to front-and-center stage.

 

Recommended for grades Pre K-3 (55 minutes)

Curriculum Connections: Language Arts, Music, Behavior Awareness, Self-Esteem, Character Development

Events for October 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.

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

quilters workshop
Auburn's Schweinfurth Art Center Annual Quilt Exhibition

The Schweinfurth Art Center's annual Quilts=Art=Quilts exhibition is opening at the end of October and, with it, a weekend of events for quilters. Events include a Pat Pauly fabric printing workshop, the opening reception for the exhibition, and a brunch followed by a tour of the exhibit led by Schweinfurth's executive director.

Quilts=Art=Quilts is an annual juried quilt exhibition that has been held annually since the art center opened in 1981. Each year, the exhibit attracts competitive entries from some of the world's leading quilt makers and fiber artists. The 2019 version features 73 quilts from 64 artists.

While most of the quilts were made by U.S. artists, six pieces are by international artists who hail from Australia, Canada, England, and South Korea. QAQ 2019 will be on display from Oct. 26, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020.

Jurors for the exhibition were Claire Benn, one of the United Kingdom's leading mixed media and textile artists, and Petra Fallaux, a Dutch native who creates and teaches textile arts, writes, and curates textile exhibitions.

Quilters' Weekend begins on Wednesday, Oct. 23, with the start of a four-day Studio Schweinfurth workshop, "On Your Mark - Print!," taught by Rochester artist Pat Pauly. Registration is required for the workshop, which costs $520 for Schweinfurth members and $530 for nonmembers.

Other events include:

  • Opening reception for "Quilts=Art=Quilts" exhibition, 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. The reception is free and open to the public
  • Quilter's Brunch at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Springside Inn, featuring a talk by QAQ juror Petra Fallaux. The brunch costs $22 and registration is required.
  • Executive Director's QAQ Tour at 1 p.m. The tour is free with $10 admission to the exhibits.

The Schweinfurth is offering additional related events through QAQ's run:

  • Trunk Shows featuring QAQ exhibiting artists at 2 p.m. Sundays Nov. 3 and 24 and Dec. 1; free with $10 exhibit admission. Nov. 3 features Joyce Martelli, Nov. 24 is Melissa Matson, and Dec. 1 features Denise Kooperman and Thomas Knauer, author of the newly released book "Why We Quilt: Contemporary Makers Speak Out about the Power of Art, Activism, Community, and Creativity."
  • Fiber Market noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 featuring goods direct from local farms, artisans, and artists; free with $10 exhibit admission
  • Fall Fiber Retreat 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 15 to 17, featuring the Schweinfurth's sewing and wet studios. Cost is $110 for members, $120 for nonmembers; registration is required.

For more information or to register for any of these events, please link to our website at www.myartcenter.org or call 315-255-1553

Events for October 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.

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

Seward House Museum
Haunted History Tours at Seward House Museum

Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds across the darkened streets of downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. A batch of new terrifying-yet-true stories of have been added for 2018, so you won’t want to miss the eerie experience!

quilters workshop
Auburn's Schweinfurth Art Center Annual Quilt Exhibition

The Schweinfurth Art Center's annual Quilts=Art=Quilts exhibition is opening at the end of October and, with it, a weekend of events for quilters. Events include a Pat Pauly fabric printing workshop, the opening reception for the exhibition, and a brunch followed by a tour of the exhibit led by Schweinfurth's executive director.

Quilts=Art=Quilts is an annual juried quilt exhibition that has been held annually since the art center opened in 1981. Each year, the exhibit attracts competitive entries from some of the world's leading quilt makers and fiber artists. The 2019 version features 73 quilts from 64 artists.

While most of the quilts were made by U.S. artists, six pieces are by international artists who hail from Australia, Canada, England, and South Korea. QAQ 2019 will be on display from Oct. 26, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020.

Jurors for the exhibition were Claire Benn, one of the United Kingdom's leading mixed media and textile artists, and Petra Fallaux, a Dutch native who creates and teaches textile arts, writes, and curates textile exhibitions.

Quilters' Weekend begins on Wednesday, Oct. 23, with the start of a four-day Studio Schweinfurth workshop, "On Your Mark - Print!," taught by Rochester artist Pat Pauly. Registration is required for the workshop, which costs $520 for Schweinfurth members and $530 for nonmembers.

Other events include:

  • Opening reception for "Quilts=Art=Quilts" exhibition, 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. The reception is free and open to the public
  • Quilter's Brunch at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Springside Inn, featuring a talk by QAQ juror Petra Fallaux. The brunch costs $22 and registration is required.
  • Executive Director's QAQ Tour at 1 p.m. The tour is free with $10 admission to the exhibits.

The Schweinfurth is offering additional related events through QAQ's run:

  • Trunk Shows featuring QAQ exhibiting artists at 2 p.m. Sundays Nov. 3 and 24 and Dec. 1; free with $10 exhibit admission. Nov. 3 features Joyce Martelli, Nov. 24 is Melissa Matson, and Dec. 1 features Denise Kooperman and Thomas Knauer, author of the newly released book "Why We Quilt: Contemporary Makers Speak Out about the Power of Art, Activism, Community, and Creativity."
  • Fiber Market noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 featuring goods direct from local farms, artisans, and artists; free with $10 exhibit admission
  • Fall Fiber Retreat 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 15 to 17, featuring the Schweinfurth's sewing and wet studios. Cost is $110 for members, $120 for nonmembers; registration is required.

For more information or to register for any of these events, please link to our website at www.myartcenter.org or call 315-255-1553

Events for October 31, 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.

quilters workshop
Auburn's Schweinfurth Art Center Annual Quilt Exhibition

The Schweinfurth Art Center's annual Quilts=Art=Quilts exhibition is opening at the end of October and, with it, a weekend of events for quilters. Events include a Pat Pauly fabric printing workshop, the opening reception for the exhibition, and a brunch followed by a tour of the exhibit led by Schweinfurth's executive director.

Quilts=Art=Quilts is an annual juried quilt exhibition that has been held annually since the art center opened in 1981. Each year, the exhibit attracts competitive entries from some of the world's leading quilt makers and fiber artists. The 2019 version features 73 quilts from 64 artists.

While most of the quilts were made by U.S. artists, six pieces are by international artists who hail from Australia, Canada, England, and South Korea. QAQ 2019 will be on display from Oct. 26, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020.

Jurors for the exhibition were Claire Benn, one of the United Kingdom's leading mixed media and textile artists, and Petra Fallaux, a Dutch native who creates and teaches textile arts, writes, and curates textile exhibitions.

Quilters' Weekend begins on Wednesday, Oct. 23, with the start of a four-day Studio Schweinfurth workshop, "On Your Mark - Print!," taught by Rochester artist Pat Pauly. Registration is required for the workshop, which costs $520 for Schweinfurth members and $530 for nonmembers.

Other events include:

  • Opening reception for "Quilts=Art=Quilts" exhibition, 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. The reception is free and open to the public
  • Quilter's Brunch at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Springside Inn, featuring a talk by QAQ juror Petra Fallaux. The brunch costs $22 and registration is required.
  • Executive Director's QAQ Tour at 1 p.m. The tour is free with $10 admission to the exhibits.

The Schweinfurth is offering additional related events through QAQ's run:

  • Trunk Shows featuring QAQ exhibiting artists at 2 p.m. Sundays Nov. 3 and 24 and Dec. 1; free with $10 exhibit admission. Nov. 3 features Joyce Martelli, Nov. 24 is Melissa Matson, and Dec. 1 features Denise Kooperman and Thomas Knauer, author of the newly released book "Why We Quilt: Contemporary Makers Speak Out about the Power of Art, Activism, Community, and Creativity."
  • Fiber Market noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 featuring goods direct from local farms, artisans, and artists; free with $10 exhibit admission
  • Fall Fiber Retreat 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 15 to 17, featuring the Schweinfurth's sewing and wet studios. Cost is $110 for members, $120 for nonmembers; registration is required.

For more information or to register for any of these events, please link to our website at www.myartcenter.org or call 315-255-1553

Toddler Trick-or-Treat
Toddler Trick-or-Treat

The littlest ghouls and goblins will enjoy spirited Halloween activities and collect prizes during Toddler Trick-or-Treat. Come in costume and journey through the museum for goodies—including crayons, coloring books, and temporary tattoos—with characters such as a wizard, detective, and chef. Craft a Halloween-inspired work of art, take a picture in the pumpkin patch, play a game of Feed the Monster, and more. Plus, check out a book to take home from the Spooky Story Station with your Monroe County Library System card. Included with general museum admission.