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Emerson Park Pavilion Plans Unveiled

Emerson Park Pavilion Plans Unveiled

Emerson Park Pavilion Plans Unveiled

The architects working on the Emerson Park pavilion renovation unveiled a preliminary set of plans showing how the 96-year-old building can be brought back to year-round use.

The designers, from Crawford & Stearns in Syracuse and Beardsley Design Associates in Auburn, said they were careful to preserve as much of the building’s historic character as possible. “When we look at an old building, we don’t just throw it out,” architect Carl Stearns said. “We take it and see how we can keep it and make it work.”

The finely sketched renderings, created with input from the New York State Historic Preservation Office, showcased several changes to the pavilion:

  • A satellite kitchen on the east side
  • A new small dining room and outdoor deck facing the Owasco River on the west side
  • A skylight and removable glass walls for the breezeway
  • Heating and air-conditioning throughout both rooms and the breezeway
  • Pathways for drop-offs at the pavilion and the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse

The renovations are expected to cost up to $4 million, with the Emerson Foundation covering most of the cost. At a presentation to the county Legislature, foundation president Tony Franceschelli said the timing for the makeover is imminent. “As you know, the pavilion is really starting to show wear and tear,” he said. “It won’t be there in the future if we don’t do something about it.”

About 60 people attended the presentation. They raised questions about the building’s acoustics, drainage from the parking lot into the outlet, boat access and a possible concession stand.

Cayuga County Legislature Chairman Peter Tortorici’s daughter is having her wedding at the pavilion in May, before the renovations will be ready. Tortorici called the project “a really exciting concept and plan to make this a destination venue.” “People from other counties and states are going to come and see what Cayuga County has to offer,” he said.

The project planners said they hope to break ground by April 15 and open the new facility in June 2012.

Staff writer Justin Murphy, The Citizen

Posted: Thursday, February 3rd, 2011 @ 11:35 am by Curt
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A group of community leaders are looking to turn some morning conversations over coffee into inspiration for the community’s future. About 75 of those leaders from the public and private sectors met the third Wednesday in January for the first in a series of monthly discussions on local issues like health care, the economy, arts and agriculture.

Dubbed the Wednesday Morning Roundtable, the forums were organized by the group that participated in 2007’s A Call to Action: A Blueprint for Our Region’s Future as a way to foster discussion and eventually inspire ideas to improve the local economy and quality of life.

“All great ideas start with a conversation,” Meg O’Connell, an organizer of the roundtable and director of the local Allyn Foundation, told attendees. “Our real hope is that we have some great conversations over the next few months,” O’Connell said.

Those conversations will focus on:

Jobs, economic development and the recent formation of Cayuga Economic Development Agency on Feb. 16.
The plans for, and potential impact of, an annual musical theater festival on March 16.
The opportunity for a biogas pipeline fueled by Cayuga County’s dairy industry on April 20.
The future of health care and local partnerships on May 18.
After the final meeting, members will be asked to assess whether they want to continue with roundtable discussions on new topics.

“When you look for people to solve problems, it really needs to bubble up from the entire community,” O’Connell said. “If the community doesn’t get behind it, it’s just going to fall flat.”

The Wednesday Morning Roundtable was inspired by a similar monthly forum that’s taken place in Syracuse since 1965. The Cayuga County roundtable includes breakfast and coffee at 7:30 a.m., with the presentations beginning at 8 a.m. Each meeting will include a time for questions from attendees.

The meetings are open to members who will commit to attending the entire program. The organizing committee sent out approximately 150 invitations to potential members, yet even with the membership requirements, organizers are releasing video recordings of each meeting for the public to view. Guy Cosentino, director of the local Stardust Foundation of Central New York and a member of the organizing committee, said they want these focused discussions to reach beyond the roundtable members.

“The thought has always been to raise the level of public discussion,” Cosentino said before adding that there is already a waiting list for the series. “People are hungry for that information.”

The first meeting served as an introduction to the series, with presenters giving a taste of the issues they plan to cover at future roundtable discussions. It also included a presentation on the Auburn community’s designation on Forbes.com as the 18th best small city to raise a family. Auburn was the highest ranked city in the Northeast.

The feature analyzed 126 metropolitan and micropolitan areas with populations less than 100,000 people. The Auburn area also includes municipalities outside of the city limits. The federal government gave Auburn its own designation separate from the Syracuse metropolitan area in 2004, making the local community eligible for the Forbes list.

The Forbes discussion was chosen to set a “positive” tone for the entire series, O’Connell said. “It’s easy to be negative and critical,” O’Connell said. “But this is not going to be the place to come and complain.”

—Staff writer Christopher Caskey, The Citizen

Posted: Thursday, February 3rd, 2011 @ 11:33 am by Curt
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THE CENTER
1 Hoffman St.
Auburn, NY 13021
P: 315.704.0319
F: 315.704.0160
www.TheCenter4Wellness.com

CHI YOGA NOSIS at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Tuesdays, Feb 1 – March 8, 5:30 – 6:30 pm, with instructor Connie Heagerty. (Combines T’ai Chi, Hatha Yoga and Guided Meditation.) Cost: $72 (six 1 hour sessions) Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319. Drop-ins are welcome, $15 per class.

GENTLE YOGA at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn) with instructor Georgia Stormes, RYT 500, Wednesdays, Feb 2 – Feb 23, 2:00 – 3:30 pm (four 1.5 hour sessions). Cost: $50. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

VINYASA YOGA with Laura Cook, RYT at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn). Two classes offered on Mondays Feb 7 – Feb 28: 9:30 – 10:45 am and 4:30 – 5:45 pm (4 sessions per class; cost: $48.) Drop-ins are welcome, $15 per class. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

HYPNOSIS FOR WEIGHT LOSS/EXERCISE MOTIVATION at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Tuesday, Feb 8, 7:00 – 8:30 pm with facilitator Connie Heagerty, CHT. Cost: $45. This workshop will include a group weight loss/exercise motivation hypnosis session, lessons on how to use self-hypnosis and a CD for home use. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

VINYASA YOGA with Laura Cook, RYT at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Thursdays, Feb 10 – Mar 3, 4:30 – 5:45 pm (4 sessions; cost: $48.) Drop-ins are welcome; $15 per class.. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

STRESS REDUCTION WORKSHOP at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Tuesday, Feb 15, 7:00 – 8:30 pm with instructor Connie Heagerty, CHT. Cost: $45. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

DRUMMING CIRCLE WITH RON VAN NOSTRAND at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Wednesday, Feb 16, 7:00 – 9:00 pm. Ron leads drumming circles at The Center each month. Please call 315.704.0319 to reserve your place. Suggested donation: $10.

MANIFESTING WORKSHOP at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Saturday, Feb 19, 10:30 am – 12:00 noon with instructor Connie Heagerty, CHT. Think about what you want to manifest in your life and learn a step-by-step process of guided visualization and manifestation. Cost: 40. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

SOUL COLLAGE® at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Saturday, Feb 19, 1:00 – 4:00 pm with instructor Diane DelPiano, RN, CNHP, Reiki Master. Cost: $85 (includes $20 book/material fee). Soul collage is a creative and personal growth tool for the primary purpose of self-exploration and self acceptance. No art experience necessary. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

ZUMBA® at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), with instructor Christine Bartolotta, Mondays, Feb 21 – Mar 28 (six weeks), 6:15 – 7:15 pm. Cost: $48. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com or call 315.704.0319. Drop-ins are welcome, $10 per class.

GROUP HYPNOSIS FOR SMOKING CESSATION at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), with facilitator Connie Heagerty, CHT, Tuesday, Feb 22, 7:00 – 8:30 pm. This workshop will explain what hypnosis is, how it works and how you can use it to stop smoking. Cost: $45 includes CD for home use. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

THE HEALING CIRCLE with facilitators Diane DelPiano, RN, CNHP, Reiki Master and Ron Van Nostrand, brings together Reiki and drumming. The circle will meet at The Center, (1 Hoffman Street, Auburn), Wednesday, Feb 23, 7:00 – 9:30 pm. Cost: $10. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com or call 315.704.0319.

ZUMBA® at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Thursdays, Feb 24 – Mar 31 (six weeks) 6:15 – 7:15 pm with instructor Christine Bartolotta. Cost $48.00 (for 6 weeks). Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com or call 315.704.0319. Drop-ins are welcome, $10.00 per class.

SELF HYPNOSIS WORKSHOP at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn), Tuesday, Mar 1, 7:00 – 8:30 pm with instructor Connie Heagerty, CHT. Cost: 40. Pre-registration is required. Online registration available at www.TheCenter4Wellness.com, or call 315.704.0319.

LIFE JOURNEYS discussion group at The Center (1 Hoffman St., Auburn) Tuesday, Mar 1, 7:00 – 9:00 pm. This gathering is for individuals interested in sharing their spiritual journeys and/or experiences in a comfortable, non-judgmental environment. Cost: $5 for those who pre-register. $7 drop-in fee. Register by contacting 315.704.0319 or online at www.TheCenter4wellness.com.

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THIS WEEKS Skaneateles Village EVENTS
from the Skaneateles Chamber of Commerce Office

Tuesday, January 25, 2011 Skaneateles Historical Society’s monthly program at the
Creamery, 28 Hannum St. Kihm Winship will talk about the research behind his new book,
“Skaneateles: The Character and Characters of a Lakeside Village,” how he ferreted out some
delightful stories, and discuss all of the resources available to researchers today. Books and signing will be available. 7:30 PM

Wednesday, January 26 Open House at the new offices of the Downtown Auburn BID, 128
Genesee St. 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM for anyone interested in touring their new space. Light
refreshments will be served, and no RSVPs are necessary.

Wednesday, January 26 Business After Hours at Moro’s Table, One E. Genesee St., Auburn
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Appetizers and beverages will be provided. Door prizes welcome! Excellent
opportunity for networking with other chamber members.

Wednesday, January 26 KID’S TRIVIA starts at 5:30 PM and Adult Trivia starts at 7:00 PM.
Creekside Coffeehouse. 35 Fennell St., Admission of $1 per person (315) 685-0379
www.creeksidebooks.com

Wednesday, January 26 The last Wednesday of every month features a new evening of
poetry reading and discussion. Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St. 7:30 PM For info
contact, Angela Daddabbo at angela@auburnpublictheater.org

Thursday, January 27 from Noon to 2 p.m. at the Limestone Grill at the Craftsman
Inn, Mission B Room, Genesee Street, Fayetteville, the Women TIES Greater Syracuse
Luncheon: “Women Who Network: The Power of Women to Write Her Story” will feature
Denver, Colorado entrepreneur Jill Tietjen. Tietjen will inspire women to believe they each have the power to change the world and will provide tips on how to utilize networking to advance their life and career goals. The cost of the event is $29 and includes lunch, program, and strategic networking to help women forge stronger economic ties with other women. For more information or to make reservations, visit www.womenties.com or call 315-471-1987.

Thursday, January 27 MUSIC: Open Mic Night. 6:30 – 8:00 PM. Creekside Coffeehouse. 35
Fennell St., Free (315) 685-0379 www.creeksidebooks.com

Friday, January 28 Carnival Games at the Skaneateles YMCA 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Friday, January 28 MUSIC: Kevin Dorsey & FORE 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM Creekside
Coffeehouse, 35 Fennell St., FREE (315) 685-0379 www.auburnpublictheater.org

Saturday, January 29 Christine Lavin – My 25th Anniversary Concert: What was I (ever!)
Thinking? 8:00 PM at Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St. (315) 253-6669
www.auburnpublictheater.org

Saturday, January 29 MUSIC: Cadley & Wenthen 12:30 PM Creekside Coffeehouse, 35
Fennell St., FREE (315) 685-0379 www.auburnpublictheater.org

Saturday, January 29 MUSIC: Edgy Folk 7:30 – 9:30 PM Creekside Coffeehouse, 35
Fennell St., FREE (315) 685-0379 www.auburnpublictheater.org

Winterfest returns to the Village of Skaneateles on January 29th
organized by the Skaneateles Sunrise Rotary Club
Look for special inserts in the Skaneateles Journal and coverage in the Syracuse New
Times!
• Fun run beginning at the Skaneateles YMCA 9:45 AM
• Free Trolley rides to help you get around town. Sponsored by Skaneateles Area
Chamber of Commerce, Sherwood Inn, Creekside Books & Coffee, Skaneateles Town
Square, Skaneateles Sunrise Rotary & Skaneateles Artisans.
• Taste of Skaneateles featuring over 35 vendors. 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM Tastings by
Village Bottle Shop, Valentines, Chang Jiang, Tom’s Bootleg BBQ sauce @ Joe’s Pasta
Garage, Talbots, Thistle Dew, Skaneateles Bakery, Sherwood Inn, Running Food @
Valentines, Rhubarb, Riddler’s, Red Rooster Pub @ Skaneateles Town Square, Patisserie,
Mid-Lakes Navigation Co., Mark’s Pizzeria @ Aaron Moss RE, Kabuki, Johnny Angel’s,
Joelle’s French Bistro @ Fleur de lis Florist, Joe’s Pasta Garage, Fleur de lis Florist,
Essential Health Solutions @ Creekside, Doug’s Fish Fry, Creekside Books & Coffee,
Bluewater Grill, blue Danube, Beak & Skiff @ blue Danube & White Sleigh, Anyela;s
Vineyards @ Creekside, Mirbeau Inn & Spa @ RealtyUSA, 4 Tin Fish Farm @ blue Danube,
Riddlers, White Sleigh, Moro’s Table @ Imagine THAT, Thistle Dew, Savoir Fare Specialty
Baking by Dina Sakal @ Bijou, Vermont Green Mountain, Lockwood Farms @ Creekside,
Heart n Hand @ Skaneateles Town Square. Willow Glen Café @ Roland’s.Tickets
$15/Individual; $25/couple. $30/Family. Available from any Rotarian.
 Brewfest Inside at Joe’s Pasta Garage (separate charge) & Live music by
Tumbleweed Jones Noon – 4:00 PM One of 20 Ice Sculpture’s on display.
 Creekside and Anyela’s Vineyard will partner to host in-house roasted coffee,
food and wine pairing from 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM at Creekside Books & Coffee,
35 Fennell St. Live Music by John Cadley & Cathy Wenthen 12:30 – 2:30 PM
at Creekside. One of 20 Ice Sculpture’s on display.
 Wood & Chainsaw carving by Jim Parr, Heart n’ Hand at Skaneateles Town
Square, 61 Fennell St. 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM Tasting by Red Rooster Pub and
Heart n’ Hand. One of 20 Ice Sculpture’s on display. “Wood Carving” silent
auction to be held during & after the event at Red Rooster Pub.
 Siberian Huskie Demonstration & Display Clift Park 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
2nd annual Polar Bear Plunge 12:30 PM. register in advance at www.skanpolarbear.com or beginning at
11:30 am day of the event. Spectators welcome. Be on the lookout for appearances by local celebrities and the
Polar Bear Ice Sculpture sponsored by Ramsgard Architectural Design.
• Skaneateles Artisans will participate in Winterfest’s “Taste of Skaneateles” hosting a
tasting created by Niles Gourmet Bistro. Niles Gourmet is an organic bistro and among the
tastings will be a secret recipe using Elk. Singer, songwriter Jules Poorman of Skaneateles
will provide music. Gallery artists will be doing art demonstrations through out the day.
Skaneateles Artisans will be open 11 am to 5 pm.
• Gallery 54 is participating in Winterfest with a painting demonstration by Kathleen
Schneider from 12 pm-3 pm. There will also be a raffle for a $25 gift certificate and
refreshments will be served. Gallery 54 is an artist cooperative at 54 E. Genesee St,
Skaneateles. www.gallery54cny.com Winter hours: Mon, Wed-Fri 11-5, Sat 10-5, Sun
11-5
• The Museum at the Creamery will be open for Winterfest 2011. Come see one of 20
ice sculpture’s in front of our building, have some hot cocoa, and come in to learn about
ice cutting on Skaneateles Lake and see the tools and saw of the ice cutting industry that
used to flourish here. The gift shop will also be open that day. Hours: 12 PM – 3 PM on
the 29th. One of 20 Ice Sculptures on display, sponsored by Tim Lynn, Green & Seifter.
• Holy Trinity Lutheran Church at 37 W. Genesee Street will be part of a Taste of
Skaneateles this year. The Lutherans will be serving “Just Desserts” between 12:30 and 2
PM. Come enjoy assorted delectable desserts with hot coffee and tea. Try as many as you
like. There will also be an opportunity to participate in a Silent Auction and take a
fabulous dessert home with you. A suggested donation of $4 per person or $15 per family
will be collected at the door.
• Look for Ice Sculptures on display in Clift Park and at 1,13, 18, 26, 36, 38, 54, 56, 58
Genesee St.; 8, 19, 22, 28, 33, 38, 39 Jordan St., 12, 35 & 61 Fennell St., and 28
Hannum St. Demonstrations at Byrne Dairy and Sherwood Inn.
• Participate in this years’ Scavenger Hunt. Game instructions will be available from
any Taste ticket booth. Great prizes from Greek Peak Hope Lake Lodge, Skaneateles
YMCA, Mid-Lakes Navigation Co., 1st National Gifts, Drooz Studios, and Mirbeau Inn & Spa.

Sunday, January 30 Family Hour Series Songflower, Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee
St. 2:00 PM $5 per family (up to 4) (315) 253-6669 www.auburnpublictheater.org
Wednesday, February 2 KID’S TRIVIA starts at 5:30PM and Adult Trivia starts at 7:00 PM.
Creekside Coffeehouse. 35 Fennell St., Admission of $1 per person (315) 685-0379
www.creeksidebooks.com

Thursday, February 3 MUSIC: Open Mic Night. 6:30 – 8:00 PM. Creekside Coffeehouse. 35
Fennell St., Free (315) 685-0379 www.creeksidebooks.com

Thursday, February 3 Community Preservation Committee at Willard Memorial Chapel will
again hold ist annual funraiser Amateur Chef Night! Local amateur chefs will once again be
preparing and serving hors d’oeuvres, soups and desserts. Springside Inn will be preparing the entrees. All items will be served from stations so guests can mingle and choose their favorites.
This year a new feature has been added. Local chefs who have moved to the professional world
will demonstrate preparation of their signature dishes on the stage at Springside in a “Food
Network” like setting. These dishes will also be on the menu. Wine tasting by Dr. Frank’s Vinifera Wine Cellars, music by Louis Nocilly & Jazzitude, Silent Auctions, and Raffles will round out the evening. 6:00 PM at the Springside Inn Tickets: $40.00 each Thursday, Friday & Saturday February 3, 4 & 5 Skaneateles Middle School Drama club presents getting to know Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! Senior Citizen performance.
3:30 PM 2/3; 2/4 7:30 PM; 2/5 2:00 PM & 7:30 PM; Skaneateles High School Auditorium.
Tickets: $6 students/senior citizens; $7 adults. Tickets available by calling (315) 291-2284 and at the door.

Friday, February 4 MUSIC: A Cast of Thousands. Creekside Coffeehouse. 35 Fennell St.,
Free (315) 685-0379 www.creeksidebooks.com

Friday, February 4 FIRST FRIDAY: Snake Oil Glassworks is holding its first fundraiser. 5:00
PM – 9PM. “Blowin’ Red for the American Heart Assn.” We will be making red items that night
and also having a live auction on items as they are being made in the studio. Where we need
some help is the silent auction. Would you be willing to donate an item to our silent auction? Phil will also be making red bowls that we can use to put some of the silent auction items in. Please contact Peg or Phil at the studio 685-5091 or 436-0994 – cell or email -studio@snakeoilglassworks.com Check out all the details on our website -
www.snakeoilglassworks.com Come and enjoy some red food and drinks. Regular Gallery Hours:
Thursday & Friday Noon – 6 PM; Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM; Sunday 11 AM – 4 PM
Friday, February 4 is National Wear Red Day. Heart disease remains the leading cause of
death for American women. Wear red February 4th to encourage the awareness of heart disease
and stroke. More information is available at the American Heart Association
www.goredforwomen.org, or Women’s Heart.org www.womensheart.org.

Saturday, February 5 MUSIC: The VanNordstrads. 7:30-9:30PM. Creekside Coffeehouse. 35
Fennell St. Free (315) 685-0379 www.creeksidebooks.com

Sunday, February 6 Shower for the Shelter Sponsored by: Friends of Daylight House Shelter
for Homeless Women and Children 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM at Willard Memorial Chapel, 17 Nelson
Street, Auburn New kitchen, bath and bedroom items are needed for the shelter. Monetary
donations are also greatly appreciated (no clothing items are needed at this time). For further information, contact Debby Cornall, Director, at (315) 253-6206.

Thursday, February 10 Are you a new member to the Skaneateles Chamber of Commerce?
The Chamber membership committee invites you to a New Member Orientation immediately
preceeding the Feb chamber monthly meeting. Orientation starts at 10:45 AM, Monthly Meeting
at Noon. Sherwood Inn, 26 W. Genesee St. RSVP by Monday, Feb 7 (315) 685-0552.
Friday, February 11 Wine Dinner “All In Good Taste” at The Lodge at Welch Allyn. A sampling
of premium wines chosen specifically to accentuate the night’s cuisine. Distinctive Hor d’
Oeuvres, Gourmet dinner stations, Enticing desserts, Jazz Entertainment. $65.00 inclusive per person, Reserve by 2/4/2011 by calling (315) 291-3721. Limited seating and full bar available.

Sunday, February 13 Dinner Theater returns to the Springside Inn. “I Love You, Your
Perfect, Now Change” Doors Open at 3:00 pm; Dinner Begins at 3:30 pm. Entree’ Selections
Include: Chicken Farce, Roast Sirloin of Beef, and Baked Scrod All inclusive price of $45.00 per person (includes salad, rolls, dinner and dessert!!) Call us for information at (315) 252-7247 or email us at sales@springsideinn.com

Monday, February 14 – Valentine Dinner Celebration – Come with a spouse, a friend or
friends or by yourself to celebrate this Feast of St. Valentine and the gifts of love we experience in our lives. Our Chef Brian and his wonderful staff will once again prepare a special dinner for our guests. There will be live entertainment provided and as always some special surprises!
This event has sold out in past years so be sure to make your reservations early! Dinner will be served at 6:00. Offering: $25 per person. Stella Maris Retreat Center, 130 E. Genesee St.
(315) 685-6836

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American Heart Association Snake Oil

We will have our next First Friday event on February 4, 2011 from 5-9 pm, that day is also the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Wear Red Day. In support of the AHA and their Go Red For Women & Children’s Health Campaign, we will be dedicating that day to raising awareness and money for the cause.

In addition to the special red items for sale in the gallery, there will be a silent auction of some items that have been donated by local artists and businesses. Auction items will vary from jewelry crafted by local artists to a bowl of pate’ from Joelle’s French Bistro. The high point will be the live auction of two pieces as they are being made in the Hot Shop. You will be able to stand and watch as the pieces take shape and bid on them.

All proceeds from the live auction and silent auction will go directly to the American Heart Association. We will have red food and drinks for our guests along with a small red glass gift item for those who attend wearing red.

Thanks for your interest and support! Look for updates on the website and on Facebook.

Our regular gallery hours are Thursday and Friday, 12-6 pm, Saturday 10-5 pm and Sunday 11-4 pm.

We look forward to seeing you.

Phil and Peg

Snake Oil Glassworks, Inc

4251 Jordan Road

Skaneateles, NY 13152

315-685-5091-studio

www.snakeoilglassworks.com

Posted: Thursday, January 20th, 2011 @ 10:22 am by Curt
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