March 7 – May 4, 2014
From Gilded Stage to Silver Screen: A History of Auburn’s Theaters – Learn about Auburn’s storied historic theaters and their lasting impact on our present-day city.
May 16 – August 31, 2014
Auburn at Normandy: The 299th Combat Engineers and Local Stories of WWII – Discover the stories of men from Auburn’s West End who served together throughout World War II and were among the first to hit the beach on D-Day; through tales of first-hand experiences, photographs, flags, and much more.
Our Historic Home: The Creamery
The Creamery opened in 1899 as a place for local farmers to sell their milk and for residents to buy dairy products. In 1918 the Skaneateles Creamery Company was sold to the Best Ice Cream Company. They in turn sold it in 1948 to the Borden Milk Company, which ended operations here the following year. A local businessman bought the building for storage space and in 1989 donated it to the Village.
The Skaneateles Historical Society was given the opportunity to renovate the Creamery as a museum and as a home for the Society. In 1992, thanks to gifts of time, talent, and funding from the entire community, the Creamery proudly reopened.
The Creamery is open from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on selected Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout the year, depending upon the season. For specifics, see the box near the top of this page.
Extensive materials are available for historical and genealogical research related to the Skaneateles area. Some materials are available in the meeting room that is open to the public, but original archival material is available only on Fridays when a researcher is present to assist, advise, and supervise.
Experience Mardi Gras at its finest along the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail at our annual Mardi Gras event. It’s all about the beads and this year everyone will receive a specialty prize to help with the festivities. Check your Scavenger Hunt card number as you visit each winery. The Scavenger Hunt will continue so make sure to figure out the clues or riddles to win a sampler case of fine wines from the trail.
At your starting point winery you’ll receive a wine glass, wine and food pairings and recipe cards at each winery plus those incredible beads.
Make sure to hand in your ticket to be eligible to win one of our Grand Prizes.
When placing your order make sure to include your zip code in the shopping cart area for correct shipping and sales tax.
You can purchase your tickets here online, by calling our (800# ) 1-800-684-5217 or purchase at any area Wegmans-six weeks before the event
Checkout our complete packages– accommodation, transportation and tickets to the event. (by mid-Oct.)
We recommend that if you are part of BUS GROUP, you place all ticket orders on the same order to ensure you will all receive the same starting point. If you purchased your ticket separately, please notify the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail office at 1-800-684-5217 so we can verify you have the same starting point. Groups of 20 or more will only be accepted if routed by the Cayuga Wine Trail office to ensure we continue to have a smooth flow of customers throughout the day. We reserve the right to limit the number of large groups purchasing tickets to our events. If you are interested in booking a large group please contact us at 1-800-684-5217 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org”>email@example.com.
Tickets to our events cannot be REFUNDED As of 2/23/14 tickets WILL NOT be mailed. A receipt will be emailed to the email address supplied by PayPal. Please print this receipt and bring it to your starting winery as proof of purchase. Your name will be on a list at the door. If you have any questions please call 1-800-684-5217.
||Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
Cayuga Lake Area, NY
||10:00 am – 5:00 pm
||$30/advance ticket. $35/at the door, $25/designated driver
||Click here for more info »
Back-up date: February 23rd
Date: Saturday, February 22
Location: Baltimore Woods Nature Center Phone: 315-673-1350 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Back-up date Feb 23rd
Our sun is the nearest star and is often overlooked by those who watch the night skies. The sun has been at its peak activity this past year with an abundance of sunspots, solar flares, and other features that are fascinating to watch and can also move and change shapes within several minutes. Come out and observe the sun through specially-filtered telescopes and see what it looks like up-close and personal. A great way to warm up on a winter afternoon!
$5 for members, $15/family; $8 for nonmembers, $25/family.