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Finger Lakes Events Calendar

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!
 

**Public Notice**

Please be sure to contact event venues directly for details regarding scheduling changes. These events are all subject to change or be cancelled at the discretion and direction of the event organizers or business hosting the event. Please be sure to contact the event organizers or venue directly to confirm times and details. The Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance provides this information as posted by partner businesses and does not endorse or sponsor any listed event. 

 

January - 2023
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Events for February 1, 2023 x
A flyer describing Fish & Brew Fridays: Come join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to some delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley
Fish & Brew Fridays

Fridays just got better!

Veraisons Restaurant will start offering Fish & Brew Fridays for Lunch (12-4) and Dinner (5-8pm). Join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley ($2). Choose between a Full Portion of Fish for $21.95 or Half Portion for $16.95 plus tax and gratuity. A sandwich option will be offered.

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Friday Night Fish & Brew.

Fish & Brew will begin on January 13th and run every* Friday through April 28th!

*Fish & Brew Fridays will not be available on February 11 and 18

Reservations are available at 800-243-5513

Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

Events for February 2, 2023 x
A flyer describing Fish & Brew Fridays: Come join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to some delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley
Fish & Brew Fridays

Fridays just got better!

Veraisons Restaurant will start offering Fish & Brew Fridays for Lunch (12-4) and Dinner (5-8pm). Join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley ($2). Choose between a Full Portion of Fish for $21.95 or Half Portion for $16.95 plus tax and gratuity. A sandwich option will be offered.

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Friday Night Fish & Brew.

Fish & Brew will begin on January 13th and run every* Friday through April 28th!

*Fish & Brew Fridays will not be available on February 11 and 18

Reservations are available at 800-243-5513

Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

Events for February 3, 2023 x
A flyer describing Fish & Brew Fridays: Come join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to some delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley
Fish & Brew Fridays

Fridays just got better!

Veraisons Restaurant will start offering Fish & Brew Fridays for Lunch (12-4) and Dinner (5-8pm). Join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley ($2). Choose between a Full Portion of Fish for $21.95 or Half Portion for $16.95 plus tax and gratuity. A sandwich option will be offered.

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Friday Night Fish & Brew.

Fish & Brew will begin on January 13th and run every* Friday through April 28th!

*Fish & Brew Fridays will not be available on February 11 and 18

Reservations are available at 800-243-5513

Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

Fish & Brew Fridays

Fridays just got better!

Veraisons Restaurant will start offering Fish & Brew Fridays for Lunch (12-4) and Dinner (5-8pm). Join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley ($2). Choose between a Full Portion of Fish for $21.95 or Half Portion for $16.95 plus tax and gratuity. A sandwich option will be offered.

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Friday Night Fish & Brew.

Fish & Brew will begin on January 13th and run every Friday through April 28th!

Reservations are available at 800-243-5513

Visit Genesee Country Village & Museum on February 3, 4, 10, or 11 for the popular Owl Moon program!
Celebrating a regional feathered friend at Genesee Country Village & Museum’s “Owl Moon” event

Genesee Country Village & Museum is partnering again this winter with Wild Wings Inc. to host the popular Owl Moon night-hike and owl meet and greet experience on Fridays and Saturdays, February 3, 4, 10, and 11. Visitors to the event will have the opportunity to take a guided night hike with a GCV&M naturalist, meet owls with Wild Wings, hear a reading of the book “Owl Moon,” and more. Plus, the Museum’s Meeting Center will be open with food and drink available for purchase. Admission to this event is $15 for the general public and $13.50 for Museum Members. Tickets must be purchased online in advance at www.gcv.org/event/owl-moon.

Hit the nature trails and listen closely for owls

During Owl Moon, visitors will head out onto the nature trails at GCV&M with a naturalist for a guided hike. Groups will experience the night woods as owls do, and perhaps hear the sounds of owls nestled in the trees above. Please note, there will still be some daylight for the groups that head out onto the trails at the beginning of the evening. Guided hikes will take place from 5 – 7:45 p.m., and the earliest tours are best for those with concerns about visibility, or those who would like to hike in relative daylight. This event will take place in snow or rain – visitors are encouraged to dress for cold weather and wear good walking shoes.

Meet owls with Wild Wings

Educators from local group Wild Wings Inc. will be on-site from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the GCV&M Meeting Center Auditorium with a variety of owl species in their care. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the different types of owls local to this region: what they look like, what they eat, what sorts of environments they prefer, and hear about Wild Wing’s efforts to care for these birds.  The owl meet-and-greet with owls is not part of the guided hike, so visitors are encouraged to make time to stop into the Auditorium before or after their hike.

Warm up by a campfire or in the Meeting Center Lounge

Owl Moon guests will have the chance to see the Museum grounds after hours: enjoy a craft beverage beside an outdoor campfire, have a bite to eat in the Meeting Center Lounge, shop the Flint Hill Store, or warm up beside a roaring fire in the Lounge. Food and drink will be available 4:30 – 8 p.m., and there will be a cash bar available with selections of historical craft beer, rotating hard cider, wine, and soft drinks.

Learn more about all upcoming events and programs at https://www.gcv.org/events/.

Owl
Owl Moon

A wintry celebration of the majestic owl!

Ever taken a night-time hike through the woods? Don’t miss out on your chance – and learn about owls along the way! Join us for a wintertime night hike guided by GCV&M naturalists and experience the outdoors as owls do. Warm your toes by one of our outdoor fire pits, families can listen in on a reading of “Owl Moon” by Jane Yolen, enjoy food and beverages in the Museum’s Meeting Center, shop specialty owl items in the Flint Hill store, and more! Visitors will have the exciting opportunity to meet these mysterious nocturnal creatures up close with a visit from our friends at Wild Wings.

This event will take place in snow or rain. Dress for cold weather and wear good walking shoes.

Events for February 4, 2023 x
A flyer describing Fish & Brew Fridays: Come join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to some delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley
Fish & Brew Fridays

Fridays just got better!

Veraisons Restaurant will start offering Fish & Brew Fridays for Lunch (12-4) and Dinner (5-8pm). Join us every Friday starting January 13th to experience a delicious way to start the weekend. Treat yourself to delicious food and local NYS beer specials for a perfect experience to share with family and friends! Enjoy golden & delicious crispy fried or broiled fish with Coleslaw and Cheddar beer ale biscuit. Fish entrées are served with Rice, French Fries, or Winter Vegetable Medley ($2). Choose between a Full Portion of Fish for $21.95 or Half Portion for $16.95 plus tax and gratuity. A sandwich option will be offered.

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Friday Night Fish & Brew.

Fish & Brew will begin on January 13th and run every* Friday through April 28th!

*Fish & Brew Fridays will not be available on February 11 and 18

Reservations are available at 800-243-5513

Huge icicles in the gorge called Watkins Glen
Icy Gorges & Mountains

Encore episode of Walk in the Park (#97) from 2015. From the bottoms of the gorges of the Finger Lakes region of New York to the summits of the Adirondack High Peaks, winter grips our world. Meanwhile, rattlesnakes battle in Arizona. And visitors have marveled at Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park near Ithaca, NY since before the Civil War.

Walk in the Park is a weekly, commercial-free, public access half hour television series cablecast on Ithaca NY channel 13, and watchable online anytime. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, a partner business in the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.

You can see other episodes of Walk in the Park online. (NOTE: the site at Walkinpark.com is no longer functioning.) 

Owl
Owl Moon

A wintry celebration of the majestic owl!

Ever taken a night-time hike through the woods? Don’t miss out on your chance – and learn about owls along the way! Join us for a wintertime night hike guided by GCV&M naturalists and experience the outdoors as owls do. Warm your toes by one of our outdoor fire pits, families can listen in on a reading of “Owl Moon” by Jane Yolen, enjoy food and beverages in the Museum’s Meeting Center, shop specialty owl items in the Flint Hill store, and more! Visitors will have the exciting opportunity to meet these mysterious nocturnal creatures up close with a visit from our friends at Wild Wings.

This event will take place in snow or rain. Dress for cold weather and wear good walking shoes.

Saturday Nights: Enjoy Prime Rib at Veraisons Restaurant!

Saturday Nights: Enjoy Prime Rib at Veraisons Restaurant!

5:00-8:00  •  January 14th-April 29th, 2023

Deliciousness Awaits!

Join us at Veraisons Restaurant on Saturdays beginning January 14th to enjoy the prime rib of your choice! Choose between a King or Queen cut served with rich duchess potatoes and a medley of seasonal winter vegetables. Don't miss out on this limited-time offer! Make your reservations today and experience culinary perfection!

The Veraisons Restaurant full Dinner Menu will also be available during Prime Rib Saturdays.

Reservations: 800-243-5513

FIRE & ICE Festival 2023
FIRE & ICE Festival 2023

Fire & Ice Festival with Ice Sculptures, Ice Bar, Live Music, Craft Beverages Tasting, and Fireworks!

Child in red coat cross country skiing, in the midground. Two children playing on skiis in the background. Snow and pine trees in the background.
RMSC Cumming Nature Center: Nordicfest Weekends

Warm up your winter at NordicFest Weekends! Join us for four days of snowy fun, whether you’re running the NordicFest Trail Race with Yellow Jacket Racing, practicing Snowga with Yoga Revolution, enjoying the Night Ski, or sending your kids to participate in the first annual Reindeer Games.

SPECIAL EVENTS

February 4 | NordicFest Trail Race
Stay warm this February with a winter trail race produced by Yellow Jacket Racing! This 4ish mile trail run will wind through the magical woodland of the Bristol Hills. Snowshoes optional!

February 5 | Snowga
Experience an invigorating, meditative yoga experience in the snow-covered pines with Lynne Boucher of Yoga Revolution. Dress warm, come ready to play, and enjoy a once-a-year Nature Center tradition!

February 11 | Night Ski
Strap on a headlamp and glide through the lantern-lit Beaver Trail during this magical nighttime ski. Enjoy a beer with Naples Brewing Co. before or after your ski.

February 12 | The Reindeer Games
Calling all kids! Grab your skis (or rent some!) and join us for The Reindeer Games. Practice your ski skills with daring feats of balance and speed as you prepare for the Flight of the Birkebeiner. Come for an hour or stay for the whole day. Viking hats encouraged!

ONGOING ACTIVITIES

In addition to our special NordicFest Weekend activities, we have a host of ongoing activities for snow-lovers of all ages. Take advantage of our ski and snowshoe rental options to explore 12 miles of groomed ski trails and 3 miles of snowshoe trails. Warm up between activities in our fireside downstairs lounge. Families will have plenty to keep their kids occupied with the visit to the Gnome RoamSnow Kitchen, a winter scavenger hunt, and more!

See each day’s activities below.

FEBRUARY 4 | FEBRUARY 5 | FEBRUARY 11 | FEBRUARY 12

NORDICFEST TRAIL RACE SKI & SNOWSHOE RENTALS GUIDED SNOWSHOE HIKE SKI LESSONS

DAY ONE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4

 

NordicFest Trail Race
9:30am | $40*
Get ready for a winter trail race produced by Yellow Jacket Racing! This 4ish mile trail run will wind through the magical woodland of the Bristol Hills. Snowshoes optional!

REGISTER

*Event admission included in race fee

Guided Snowshoe Hike | 10am
10am | $4
Discover the history of the snowshoe and the various styles indigenous peoples created for travel over the winter terrain. Don a pair of traditional snowshoes and join us for a guided hike!

REGISTER

Beer with Naples Brewing Co.
11:30am-3:30pm
Regain your energy before or after your outdoor adventures with a pint from our friends at Naples Brewing Company!

SKI LESSON SCHEDULE

Glide with confidence after a lesson with one of our expert instructors! Take a 45-minute or 1.5 hour lesson. Event admission is included in your lesson fee. Pick your timeslot and register below!

Get Gliding (45-minute group lesson)
$25 (event admission included in lesson fee)

9:30AM

10:30AM

2:00PM

11:30AM

1:00PM

Hit the Trail (1.5-hour group lesson)
$35 (event admission included in lesson fee)

2:00PM

ONGOING ACTIVITIES

In addition to our special NordicFest Weekend activities, we have a host of ongoing activities for snow-lovers (and snow-skeptics) of all ages.

Ski & Snowshoe Rentals
| 12 miles of cross-country ski trails & 3 miles of snowshoeing trails
Naples Brewing Company will have beer available from 11:30am-3:30pm
Gnome Roam
Snow Kitchenwinter scavenger hunt, and crafts for kids

SNOWGA SKI & SNOWSHOE RENTALS SKI LESSONS

DAY TWO: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5

 

Yoga in the Pines: Snowga Edition
11am & 1pm | $16

Experience an invigorating, meditative yoga experience in the snow-covered pines. Each 60-minute session with Lynne Boucher of Yoga Revolution will focus on standing poses. Dress warm, come ready to play, and enjoy a once-a-year Nature Center tradition.

Register for a session:

11:00AM

1:00PM

Kid Ski Lesson
10:30am | $30 (event admission included in lesson fee)

This special lesson is designed for kids ages 6-9 to grow confident on their skis. Children will play games and practice skills under the guidance of an expert instructor and CNC educator.

REGISTER

Cross-Country Ski Lessons
$25 (event admission included in lesson fee)

Glide with confidence after a lesson with one of our expert instructors! 45-minute lessons available throughout the day.

Register for a lesson:

9:30AM

1:00PM

2:00PM

3:00PM

ONGOING ACTIVITIES

In addition to our special NordicFest Weekend activities, we have a host of ongoing activities for snow-lovers (and snow-skeptics) of all ages.

Ski & Snowshoe Rentals
| 12 miles of cross-country ski trails & 3 miles of snowshoeing trails
Gnome Roam
Snow Kitchenwinter scavenger hunt, and crafts for kids

NIGHT SKI SKI & SNOWSHOE RENTALS GUIDED SNOW SCIENCE HIKE SKI LESSONS SKI-O

DAY THREE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11

 

Snow Science Hike
10am | $4

Discover the various crystalline structures of snowflakes, how they form and the effect snow has on the environment and wildlife in northern regions. Hands-on science and snow building fun included!

REGISTER

 

Ski-O
12pm | price varies

This beginner-friendly Ski-O will exercise your brain and body as you navigate checkpoints along the nature center’s trails by ski. The Rochester Orienteering Club will offer an introduction to orienteering at 12pm, and the course will close at 3:30pm.

REGISTER

 

Night Ski
5pm-8pm | $5 admission

Strap on a headlamp and glide through the lantern-lit Beaver Trail during this magical nighttime ski. Enjoy beer with Naples Brewing Co. before or after your ski. Rentals available!

GET TICKETS

SKI LESSON SCHEDULE

Glide with confidence after a lesson with one of our expert instructors! Take a 45-minute or 1.5 hour lesson. Admission is included in your lesson fee. Pick your timeslot and register below!

Get Gliding (45-minute group lesson)
9:30am, 10:30am, 11:30am, 1pm, 2pm | $25 (admission included in lesson fee)

9:30AM

10:30AM

11:30AM

1:00PM

Hit the Trail (1.5-hour group lesson)
2pm | $35 (admission included in lesson fee)

2:00PM

ONGOING ACTIVITIES

In addition to our special NordicFest Weekend activities, we have a host of ongoing activities for snow-lovers (and snow-skeptics!) of all ages.

Ski & Snowshoe Rentals
| 12 miles of cross-country ski trails & 3 miles of snowshoeing trails
Naples Brewing Company will have beer available from 1-8pm
Scandinavian Heritage Society will be onsite to talk culture and traditional foods
Gnome Roam
Snow Kitchenwinter scavenger hunt, and crafts for kids

THE REINDEER GAMES SKI & SNOWSHOE RENTALS SKI LESSONS

DAY FOUR: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12

 

The Reindeer Games
10am-2pm | FREE with admission

Calling all kids! Grab your skis (or rent some!) and join us for The Reindeer Games. Practice your ski skills with daring feats of balance and speed as you prepare for the Flight of the Birkebeiner. Come for an hour or stay for the whole day. Viking hats encouraged!

REGISTER

Children of all ages and ski levels are invited to participate in this event.

Cross-Country Ski Lessons
$25 (event admission included in lesson fee)

Glide with confidence after a lesson with one of our expert instructors! 45-minute lessons available throughout the day.

Register for a lesson:

9:30AM

1:00PM

2:00PM

3:00PM

ONGOING ACTIVITIES

In addition to our special NordicFest Weekend activities, we have a host of ongoing activities for snow-lovers (and snow-skeptics) of all ages.

Ski & Snowshoe Rentals
| 12 miles of cross-country ski trails & 3 miles of snowshoeing trails
Gnome Roam
Snow Kitchenwinter scavenger hunt, and crafts for kids

Call the Nature Center at 585.374.6160 with questions about NordicFest events or to reserve your spot over the phone.

Visit Genesee Country Village & Museum on February 3, 4, 10, or 11 for the popular Owl Moon program!
Celebrating a regional feathered friend at Genesee Country Village & Museum’s “Owl Moon” event

Genesee Country Village & Museum is partnering again this winter with Wild Wings Inc. to host the popular Owl Moon night-hike and owl meet and greet experience on Fridays and Saturdays, February 3, 4, 10, and 11. Visitors to the event will have the opportunity to take a guided night hike with a GCV&M naturalist, meet owls with Wild Wings, hear a reading of the book “Owl Moon,” and more. Plus, the Museum’s Meeting Center will be open with food and drink available for purchase. Admission to this event is $15 for the general public and $13.50 for Museum Members. Tickets must be purchased online in advance at www.gcv.org/event/owl-moon.

Hit the nature trails and listen closely for owls

During Owl Moon, visitors will head out onto the nature trails at GCV&M with a naturalist for a guided hike. Groups will experience the night woods as owls do, and perhaps hear the sounds of owls nestled in the trees above. Please note, there will still be some daylight for the groups that head out onto the trails at the beginning of the evening. Guided hikes will take place from 5 – 7:45 p.m., and the earliest tours are best for those with concerns about visibility, or those who would like to hike in relative daylight. This event will take place in snow or rain – visitors are encouraged to dress for cold weather and wear good walking shoes.

Meet owls with Wild Wings

Educators from local group Wild Wings Inc. will be on-site from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the GCV&M Meeting Center Auditorium with a variety of owl species in their care. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the different types of owls local to this region: what they look like, what they eat, what sorts of environments they prefer, and hear about Wild Wing’s efforts to care for these birds.  The owl meet-and-greet with owls is not part of the guided hike, so visitors are encouraged to make time to stop into the Auditorium before or after their hike.

Warm up by a campfire or in the Meeting Center Lounge

Owl Moon guests will have the chance to see the Museum grounds after hours: enjoy a craft beverage beside an outdoor campfire, have a bite to eat in the Meeting Center Lounge, shop the Flint Hill Store, or warm up beside a roaring fire in the Lounge. Food and drink will be available 4:30 – 8 p.m., and there will be a cash bar available with selections of historical craft beer, rotating hard cider, wine, and soft drinks.

Learn more about all upcoming events and programs at https://www.gcv.org/events/.

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18
Feb 2023
Free Harriet Tubman Walking Tour presented by Tour Guide Justin Harris.
25 South Street
12:00 PM
(315)-255-1658
18
Feb 2023
Thru
19
Feb 2023
It’s the sweetest season of the year at RMSC Cumming Nature Center!
6472 Gulick Road
9:00 AM
(585)-374-6160
18
Feb 2023
Saturday Nights: Enjoy Prime Rib at Veraisons Restaurant! 5:00-8:00  •  January 14th-April 29th, 2023 Deliciousness Awaits!
5435 State Route 14
5:00 PM
(800)-243-5513
18
Feb 2023
Frank Vignola and Gary Mazzaroppi are two of the most astounding guitarists performing today.
5 McLallen St
7pm
(607)-387-5939
18
Feb 2023
20-Minute sleigh or carriage ride, depending on weather around our 12 acres. Ride includes a long stem rose and chocolates. $60 per couple. Reservations are required.
295 North Main Street
12pm
(585)-394-1472
19
Feb 2023
Bring your portable stitching projects every Sunday and join fellow local makers. All skill levels welcome. Get there early to grab the best rocking chair!  Every Sunday 1-4 PM
38 W Market St
1:00 PM
(607)-654-7383
19
Feb 2023
Winter is wonderful at GCV&M! 
1410 Flint Hill Road
10:00 a.m.
(585)-538-6822
19
Feb 2023
Carve out some time to learn a new skill!
1410 Flint Hill Rd
9:00 AM
(585)-294-8254
19
Feb 2023
Join us for a fun-filled day of marble-mania!
One Museum Way
9:00 AM
(607)-438-5109