Get Ready to Eat Your Heart Out at
Taste of Syracuse 2007!
June 1 and June 2
11 am to 11 pm
Clinton Square, Syracuse
Saturday, June 2 is Verizon Wireless Day!
Dickey Betts and Great Southern, Live on the Main Stage on Saturday, June 2 at 9 pm.
The Taste will serve as the kickoff event for the Festival Site’s full season. Admission to the event is free. Pay as you eat!
More than 75 area restaurants, food vendors, artisans, exhibitors and wineries will be provide two days of fun, food and live local music. Cooking demonstrations and a beer sampling area from Onondaga Beverage Company are just some of the exciting features that make The Taste of Syracuse a spectacular event. And NEW – on Saturday, look for the Kids Zone in Hanover Square offering fun and surpises for the littlest Taste goers.
For information about parking, please refer to www.DowntownSyracuse.com.
The End of Journalism
Written and performed by Beth Beer Cuddy
Friday, July 13th and Saturday, July 14th 8:00pm
Auburn Public Theater welcomes back Beth Beer Cuddy. Last year, this local talent performed her one woman show “Beware of the Other…and Other Bedtime Stories” to sold out houses at APT. This year she’s back with more original and insightful pieces that both stimulate and entertain. It’s a great evening that you don’t want to miss!
Tickets: $12 in advance $15 at the door
AUBURN PUBLIC THEATER 108 Genesee Street, Downtown Auburn
FOR INFO & TICKETS: email@example.com or call 253-6669
Auburn Public Theater (APT) is a brand new not-for-profit performing and presenting company currently renovating the former Grant’s building located in downtown Auburn, New York as an arts complex. Please join us as we begin to build an exciting new cultural center here in Central New York.
Showtimes and tickets here
Musical Based on the Play by James M. Barrie
Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh
Music by Mark Charlap
Additional Music by Jule Styne
Additional Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Flying Effects provided by ZFX, Inc.
Production Underwritten by: Nucor
Fly away to Never, Never Land for the adventures of “the boy who didn’t grow up,” Peter Pan. Peter Pan has captured the imaginations of generations with fantastic stories of Pirate Ships, Sword Fights, Fairies and Pixie Dust. Come see all the unforgettable characters you know and love: the Darlings- Wendy, John and little Michael; the beautiful princess Tiger Lily; the lovable, yet misguided Mr. Smee; Tinkerbell; the Lost Boys and that most deliciously, despicable villain Captain Hook.
I’ve Got to Crow
Clay Aiken The Crouse-Hinds Concert Theater in Mulroy Civic Center at Oncenter Wednesday, 7/18/07
8:00PM EDT Buy Tickets
Owasco Flyer Bike Race
Site Location: Emerson Park
Date(s) of the event: June 24th
Parking Fee: $2.00 per car, handicap and senior citizens free
Description of the event: 36 mile bicycle race around Owasco Lake