“Bang Bang You’re Dead”
Start: 05/03/2007 – 8:00pm
End: 05/12/2007 – 8:00pm
441 East Washington Street
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Rarely Done Productions and the Syracuse Children’s Theatre are producing a play promoting dialogue about anti-violence/anti-bullying by William Mastrosimone called “Bang Bang You’re Dead.”
The dates for the play are as follows: May 3rd, 4th, 5th, 10th, 11th and 12th at Jazz Central in downtown Syracuse (441 East Washington Street). All shws are at 8pm.
“Bang Bang You’re Dead” is FREE to the public.
Directed by Dan Tursi, this powerful, moving, and inspiring production aims to show the community of Syracuse the consequences of violence and bullying and alternatives to such behavior. All performances are followed by a
In light of the recent VA Tech violence, I urge you to reserve your FREE tickets today! It is a short piece, with a very talented cast who has poured their hearts into raising awareness about school shootings, bullying
and violence, as a means to create community dialogue and to utilize the craft of theatre as a tool of activism. This is theatre of life. I am operating lights and sound and work extensively with the students throughout the
unique rehearsal process. This is a project that is very personal to me as an educator, mediator and artist. I urge you to show your support!!!
For more information about the performances call 882-4070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reserve your FREE tickets, please call the box office at 546-3224 (although the show is FREE, it is suggested that you reserve your
tickets, as the house is small and most nights sell out).
Exploration of Two Exhibitions
Experience the wonders of glass with two amazing exhibitions: “Curiosities of Glassmaking,” featuring glass oddities from across the centuries; and “Botanical Wonders,” showcasing the incredibly delicate and realistic Glass Flowers of Harvard.
Wine and Cuisine Tasting
Enjoy a rich and varied selection of regional wines and dishes from more than 30 area restaurants and wineries.
Americana Vineyards & Winery Inc.
Anthony Road Wine Company
Ashley Lynn Winery
Atwater Estate Vineyards
Damiani Wine Cellars
Dr. Konstantin Frank’s
Glenora Wine Cellars
Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards
Heron Hill Winery
Hickory Hollow/Highland Cellars
King Ferry Winery
Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars
Ravines Wine Cellars
Red Newt Winery
Sheldrake Point Vineyards
Standing Stone Vineyard
April 7, 2007: The Easter Train
Finger Lakes Railway
A 45 minute ride with the Easter Bunny from Camillus to Auburn. 2:15-4:15 p.m. Boarding is 15 minutes prior to departure. Cost is $15.95 for adults and $12.95 for children ages 3-13.
Contact Number: (315) 781-1234 x-301
Thursday, May 24, 2007
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
LPGA 2300° (free)
A Taste of the Finger Lakes (Buy tickets)
Celebrate LPGA’s Corning Classic with a free night full of live music, hot glassmaking, and an array of culinary delights.
“Get the lead out,” “shake a leg,” “beat the donkey.” No matter how you say, “let’s go!” you’ll want to hurry up and buy your tickets for A Taste of the Finger Lakes. This event features wine tastings and regional fare from more than 30 Finger Lakes area restaurants and wineries. Be one of the first to explore the Museum’s major summer exhibition, “Botanical Wonders,” showcasing the incredibly delicate and realistic Harvard Glass Flowers.
May 12 and May 13, 2007 10AM – 4PM
The Early History of Ganondagan
Location: Ganondagan State Historic Site, Victor, NY
Living historians from across the US and Canada recreate the historic meeting at New York’s only Native American State Historic Site. Visit with both Iroquois and Colonial people dressed in authentic 17th century clothing. There will be French, Jesuit priests, Seneca, and Dutch traders as well as master artisans of Native American and early Colonial arts who will demonstrate throughout the day. Watch as LaSalle and his party are received by the inhabitants of Ganondagan, try your hand at Seneca archery, a tomahawk throw, and listen to lectures on this most interesting time period. This event is geared towards education and hands on fun.
Daily Admission: $5 to the public, $3 Friends of Ganondagan members, seniors, and students. Two day discounted tickets will also be available at the gate.