Join Regina Lewis-Middleton, local artist and decorator for our Environmental Chef event, for a natural holiday decorating workshop. Enjoy using your own hands to create a door or wall swag out of greens, other natural materials, and ribbon to decorate your home for the holidays. All materials will be supplied. $7 member, $10 nonmembers. Please call (315) 673-1350 to register.
||Mon Dec 1, 2014 7pm – 8pm Eastern Time
||Baltimore Woods Nature Center Inc., 4007 Bishop Hill Rd, Marcellus, NY, United States (map
Dickens Christmas in Skaneateles. Festivities include horse-drawn carriage rides, big sing, carolers, roasted chestnuts, strolling Dickens Characters, music, free refreshments, shows at the library, and the best dining, shopping & lodging in Central NY.
“Worlds Smallest” Christmas Parade Beginning on Fennell Street, right on Jordan Street and ending at the Sherwood House, next door to the Sherwood Inn on Genesee St. (noon)
Date: Friday, November 28, 2014 – 12:00 noon
Duration: 4 Hours
LIVE MUSIC by
Enjoy live music by Michael Glibicki of Rusted Root in our Tasting Room, tickets are $20 each and can be purchased at the Tasting Room.
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*all events will take place at the museum unless otherwise specified.
Jon Crispin: The Willard Suitcases Project, 11/5 from 7 – 8 PM at Auburn Public Theater. $10 admission for public, $5 for members.
- Photographer Jon Crispin presents his innovative work cataloguing the remaining suitcases from the patients at Willard Asylum on the shores of Seneca Lake. When the institution closed in 1995, four hundred suitcases containing the belongings for former patients were discovered. Crispin’s photographs the suitcases and their contents serve as a vignette of the patients’ lives, portrayed with integrity and dignity. Crispin will also discuss his work on documenting the prison architecture across the state of New York.
Parlor Music Concert: Opera Standards of the 19th Century, 11/9 from 3 – 4 PM and 7 – 8 PM at the Seward House Museum. Admission is $12 for museum members, $15 for the general public. Space is limited. Reservations are required.
- Join accomplished regional pianist Joel Morehouse and operatic soprano, Rebecca Carr for two performances of classics from the European opera cannon accompanied on the museum’s 1872 Steinway piano. Carr’s voice is characterized as “big, vibrant soprano” that brings “touching” and “remarkable” renditions to the characters she portrays. Her repertoire includes the title role of Puccini’sMadama Butterfly, Violetta in La Traviatta, and Desdemona in Otello. Morehouse has served for over ten years as liturgical music director at churches throughout the region. He currently is employed at St. Mary’s Church in Auburn, where he directs a Gregorian Chant ensemble and a polyphonic choir.
Candle Light Tours, 12/ 5 – 6, 12/11 – 13, 12/18 – 20 at 6 and 7 PM at the Seward House Museum. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for children 12 and under. Space limited. Reservations required.
- Costumed guides lead visitors on a candle lit tour of the home decorated in holiday splendor by local florists. As visitors learn about holiday traditions of the Seward family in the 19th century, actors portraying various members of the family emerge to share holiday recollections gleaned from the letters and diaries. Tours end with Christmas carols sung around the family’s 1872 Steinway piano.
Visit: www.sewardhouse.org/ for more information