Preview of Made in New York 2015 exhibit featuring NYS artists.
Featuring beer, bourbon, appetizers, live music, and more.
Must be 21 to attend.
||Schweinfurth Art Center
205 Genesee St.
Auburn, NY 13021
||7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
||Advance tickets: $35 Members / $40 Non-Member, At door: $40 Member / $45 Non-Member
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Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center is open to the public:
Tuesday-Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 1 – 5pm
Free for members and children 12 and under
Closed on Mondays and all major holidays.
Closed between exhibitions. Check exhibit schedule here.
Closing at 2pm on Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve & New Year’s Eve.
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year’s Day.
Jan 14,2015 – Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Party includes 2 Wine Glasses for painting. All materials provided
Finger Lakes Art Cooperative
101 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY 13021
“Snake Oil Glassworks, Inc. is a privately owned hot glass studio that produces handcrafted art glass, using traditional off-hand glassblowing techniques. Our store and gallery, with its observation window, is open to the public Thursday through Sunday every week.”
Open Thursday and Friday 12pm-6pm Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday 11am-4pm
4251 Jordan Rd
Skaneateles NY 13152
(315) 685- 5091
Now carrying the popular Switchflops for women and children!
Ornaments and cards from Patience Brewster, a Skaneateles artist.
Jewelry, purse hangers, key finders and more!
Baby gifts from local artist Shelley Kennedy.
A wide variety of lotions, soaps and more from the Thymes collection.
61 E. Genesee St.
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Monday through Wednesday 10-6
Thursday and Friday 10-8
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