When: Sun, December 14, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Where: Baltimore Woods Nature Center Inc., 4007 Bishop Hill Rd, Marcellus, NY, United States (map)
Description: Pick up a lantern and song sheet and enjoy a beloved tradition at Baltimore Woods. Bring natural treats to hang for the birds and holiday treats to share with fellow carolers. This event is free for all, and as always, donations are appreciated. Please bring cookies to share.
18 W Genesee St
Skaneateles, New York
ANNOUNCING our first sister winery wine pairing event!! Chef Luke Houghton will be preparing a small plates dinner paired with Heron Hill Winery’s Single Vineyard Riesling wines! The dinner will take place on Wednesday, December 10th at 6:30 pm at the White Birch Tasting Room. Call us at 315-685-9463 to purchase your tickets NOW! Limited space available. Check out the menu below: Greetings & Gathering with Eric Frarey of Heron Hill at 6:30 pm Morris Vineyard Goat Cheese Gnudi With Brown Butter, Apricot, and Sage Ingle Vineyard Pork Belly Braised With Coriander, Apple and Carrot Salad Heron Hill Estate Seared Scallop Roasted Beets, and Lime Hobbit Hollow Salmon Cured with Tea and Flowers With Arugula Puree, Potato Patrician Verona Vineyard Jamon and Tallegio Croquette With Whole Grain Mustard Crema and Mint Fare prepared by Chef Luke Houghton of Pure Catering $55.00 per person All Inclusive Please call 315-685-9463
Date: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 – 6:30 pm
Duration: 1 Hour
The January full moon is called the Wolf Moon because in days past the wolves could be heard howling at this time of the year. We do not have wolves to listen to but who knows what we might see or hear during a moon walk; owls, fox, deer or other creatures of the winter night. Even if we do not see any wildlife it will be interesting to observe the wetlands, woodlands and fields by the light of the Moon. Snowshoes will be available if needed.
Statewide tournament: all waterways including ice, open water, tributaries, streams, rivers, etc.
Costumed guides lead visitors on a candle lit tour of the home decorated in holiday splendor by local florists. As visitors learn about holiday traditions of the Seward family in the 19th century, actors portraying various members of the family emerge to share holiday recollections gleaned from the letters and diaries. Tours end with Christmas carols sung around the family’s 1872 Steinway piano. Space is limited, reservations required.