Keuka In Bloom
Keuka Lake Wine Trail
Each ticket holder will collect a healthy flower or herb in a 4″ pot at each winery. Each attendee will enjoy food and wine pairings along with a complimentary wine trail wineglass. Tickets are advance sale only.
Spring is in the air and flowers and herbs are blooming around Keuka Lake. Each ticket holder will collect a healthy flower or herb in a 4″ pot at each winery. Each attendee will enjoy food and wine pairings along with a complimentary wine trail wineglass. Enjoy the rebirth of the new season and start your own garden! An early sell-out, tickets are advance sale only. Fee $30 single, $45 couple ticket.
2nd Annual Herb Festival
11 Maple Lane, Campbell NY
Plant and herb lovers will not want to miss this event– a great combination of herb plants, herbal products, wine tasting, live music, food, and antiques. This year’s speakers are Matt and Andrea Reisen of Healing Spirits Herb Farm.
Friends of Historic Onondaga Lake Welcome Roy Underhill
Onondaga Lake Parkway (Rt. 370) near Carousel Center Mall
The Ride for Missing Children
275 Lake Ave., Rochester NY 14608
Distance: 100 mi. Preregistration is necessary; reg. fee + pledges or contributions. Not a race. Riders will receive: cycling jersey, lunch, snacks, sag support, & closing ceremony.
What exactly is the Ride for Missing Children?
Sponsored by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children/New York (NCMEC/NY), the Ride for Missing Children is a 100-mile ride made by over 150 pledged bicycle riders or “Friends of Missing Children” that raises funds to support prevention education programs and to remember all missing children. More than 2,000 children are reported missing in the United States each day1, some in our own community. For most families, this is only a brief scare as the child turns up in a few minutes or hours. But for some, the nightmare of a missing child becomes a grim reality. NCMEC’s mission is to help recover missing children, protect all children from sexual exploitation, and assist in the prevention of these crimes.
A beautiful collection of wedding gowns and accessories, assembled by Lorraine Loomis-Konig
“To Have and to Hold”
The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum
An exhibit of classic wedding gowns of yesteryear, presented by Lorraine Loomis-Konig, will be on display until 6/17/2007. Admission: Adults $7 | Seniors 65 + $5 | Students 7-18 $4