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CAYUGA COUNTY OFFICE OF TOURISM    131 GENESEE STREET      AUBURN, NY 13021         315-255-1658

 

 

The Cayuga County Office of Tourism is open from 9:00am – 5:00pm Monday through Friday. 

May 3rd – Oct. 27th – They Stood Up, Civil and Human Rights in the Finger Lakes – Cayuga Museum of History & Art, 203 Genesee St., Auburn.  Examines various civil and human rights movements in the region, ranging from abolition to bullying in today’s society.  Closed major holidays.  Suggested donation $3, Tues. – Sun. Noon – 5:00 pm.  www.cayugamuseum.org  315-253-8051

Aug. 24th – Oct. 13th – Fertile Imagination: Art & Agriculture – Schweinfurth Art Center, 205 Genesee St., Auburn.  Fertile Imagination: Art & Agriculture is a curated exhibition that features 84 works of art by 28 artists, focusing on the impact of regional agriculture through visual expression. The exhibition highlights artwork inspired by our region’s agriculture, including themes of farming, agri-business, land, environment, community and more. Individual works of art examine agricultural material culture and objects, issues, landscape, architecture, science, products, practices, and traditions.  Closed Mondays and major holidays.  $6/adults, members and children 12 & under are free, Tues.-Sat., 10:00 am 5:00 pm, Sun., Noon – 5:00 pm.  www.myartcenter.org  315-255-1553

Oct. 4th – Oct. 27th  – Screamer’s Hollow – Halloween Entertainment – Sterling Renaissance Festival Site, 15385 Farden Rd., Sterling.  Experience a nerve shattering mix of live actors, state of the art animation, evil characters and dazzling special effects.  Every Friday and Saturday night from 7pm – Midnight.  www.screamershollow.com  800-879-4446

Oct. 10th – DIRTcar 358-Modified Series and DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series – Rolling Wheels Raceway, 8310 Grant Ave. Rd., Elbridge.  World of Outlaws Late Model Series.  Visit web site or call for ticket prices, 7:30pm.  315-834-6606

Oct. 10th – Showtime – F.A.M.E. Center for Creative Expression, 39 Genesee St., Auburn.  Come to an evening of song & dance at the Finger Lakes Artists, Musicians, and Entertainers at the Center for Creative Expression. There will be music and refreshments every second Thursday of the month. Please join us for a fun evening.  Free, 6:30-7-30pm.  315-252-7016

Oct. 11th – 9th Annual Fall Poetry Reading – Schweinfurth Art Center, 205 Genesee St., Auburn.  Contact Jim Delaney at 315-252-5934 to participate. Co-sponsored by the YMCA-WEIU’s Writer’s Voice Program.  Free, doors open at 6:30 pm, Reading from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.  www.myartcenter.org  315-255-1553

Oct. 11th – 13th – Taming of the Shrew – Irene Bisgrove Theater, Cayuga Community College, 197 Franklin St., Auburn.  The Taming of the Shrew is the story of how Petruchio, the money-grubbing wife hunter, transforms the aggressive and bad-tempered Katherine Minola into an obedient, honey-tongued trophy wife. Written by William Shakespeare between 1590 and 1594, it’s one of Shakespeare’s earliest Comedies – it’s also one of his most controversial works.  10/11 & 10/12, 8:00 pm, 10/13, 2:00 pm.  www.auburnplayers.net  315-702-7832

Oct. 11th – 14th – MacKenzie-Childs Fall Festival – MacKenzie-Childs, 3260 State Route 90, Aurora                                                                                                                                       10/11 – Ceramic Studio Open – Artisans at Work, 10am-2pm Farmhouse Open House 10am-12pm & 1-5pm                                                                                                                                             10/12 – Meet our Creative Director, wine tasting, live music, pumpkin decorating all 12:30-3pm
Artisans at Work, 10am-2pm Farmhouse Open House 10am-12pm & 1-5pm                          10/13 – Tethered Horseback Rides – 1-3pm,  Music for the Kids 1 & 2:30pm
Artisans at Work, 10am-2pm Farmhouse Open House 10am-12pm & 1-5pm                          10/14 – Ceramic Studio Open – Artisans at Work, 10am-2pm Farmhouse Open House 10am-12pm & 1-5pm.  Free – www.mackenzie-childs.com   315-364-7123

Oct 11th – 26th – HAUNTED HISTORY TOURS – Seward House Museum, 33 South St., Auburn.  Seward House Museum presents the Haunted History walking tour! Take a walk up and down the historic South St, and learn the grisly supernatural tales permeating local history and legend. Reservations required, please call 315-252-1283 for more information.  Fridays and Saturdays – tours start at 6:00 or 7:00 pm.  www.sewardhouse.org  315-252-1283

Oct. 12th – Montezuma Aqueduct Run/Walk – Montezuma Heritage Park, Montezuma.  Mark your calendar for the First Annual Montezuma Aqueduct 5K Run/Walk in nature’s beautiful Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York. Trails meander through wooded areas, and along historic Erie Canal sites and the scenic Seneca River. Details will be available soon. The VFW will hold a chicken BBQ.

Oct. 12th – World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars – Rolling Wheels Raceway, 8310 Grant Ave. Rd., Elbridge.  World of Outlaws Sprint Cars plus “Win and You’re In” for Big-Block Modifieds at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park (Mod Winner earns 45th starting spot in VP 200).  Visit web site or call for ticket prices.  7:30pm.   315-834-6606

Oct. 12th – St. Mary’s Parish GREGORIAN CHANT Gathering – St. Mary’s Church, 17 Clark St., Auburn.   Come share in this unique social, educational & liturgical offering. Take workshops & learn about additional resources from experts in the field and participate in a solemn mass with two historic pipe organs (5:30PM). RSVP by 10/5/13 to joelmorehouse@gmail.com, or call 315.252-9545.   2-6:30pm.

Oct. 12th & 13th – A.T. WALLEY’S FALL FEST Block Party – A.T. Walley’s, 119 Genesee St. & State St., Auburn.  Enjoy live music under the tent with Fabulous Ripcords Saturday (6 – 10PM), Honky Tonk Hindooz Sunday (2 – 4PM) and Joe Whiting Band (4 – 6PM) plus grilled food, Octoberfest beer on tap, Santiago Cigar demos, and a 3-person team eating contest.  10/12, 6-10 pm, 10/13, 1-8 pm.  315-282-7314

 

Oct. 12th & 13th – Finger Lakes Cheese Trail Open House – Finger Lakes Cheese Trail, participating farms.  It’s our two-day fall leaf peeping Open House, and we invite to spend some time with us at our farms. There will be tastings, lots of fun family activities, farm tours and great artisan cheeses for sale!  The best way to go around the trail is group the farms and enjoy the drive through the beautiful countryside during the peak of the fall foliage. See our map to plan the route on our website. www.flcheesetrail.com.  Don’t forget to throw a cooler in the car to store your cheese! And bring a camera!    10am – 5pm.  www.flcheesetrail.com

Oct. 13th – Adams Foundation Piano Series – Westminster Presbyterian Church, 17 William St., Auburn.  Featuring an encore preformance by Soyeon Kate Lee.
International Piano Competition, Korean-American pianist Soyeon Kate Lee has already been hailed by The New York Times as a pianist with “a huge, richly varied sound, a lively imagination and a firm sense of style,” while The Washington Post has lauded her for her “stunning command of the keyboard.”  $20/ticket, or $35/series ticket, $10/student, 3pm.  www.westminsterauburn.org  315-253-3331

Oct. 13th – “Sally’s Story” – Willard Memorial Chapel, 17 Nelson St., Auburn.  A play about life in the town of Montezuma with a mysterious story from the early-1900s canal era. “Sally’s Story: A Readers’ Theatre Presentation”
From a Full-Length Play written by Mary McCall Riley                                                                   Mr. Mitchell: an elderly man, eccentric and wealthy. Christine McGregor: a local nurse who was hired to care for him. A death, and an unexpected will. Complications ensue, leading to a sensational year-long trial for murder. Life in the small town of 1900s canal-era Montezuma, New York, was anything but dull.                                                                                            Based on true events gleaned from newspaper articles and other sources, local playwright Mary McCall Riley structures this historical tale within a modern-day framework. If you enjoy a good mystery, be sure to join us!  Admission $5, 2pm.  www.willardchapel.org  315-252-0339

Oct. 13th – Sunday Music Series: Dan Vitale – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  Upon graduating from Le Moyne College, Auburn native Dan Vitale, has spent his mid-twenties drifting, skiing, and making music. Both waiting tables and working construction have paid the bills while Dan has focused on playing guitar and writing songs. Now, at 27 years old, and back in his hometown, he is beginning his career as a performing musician. After living in Colorado for two-years he has completed the music and lyrics for an album he plans to call “On the Border.” The album is currently in progress.  $10/ticket, $9/APT member, 4pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Oct. 15th & 22nd    - Open Mic Night – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  Open Mic Night features music and spoken word from local and regional talent in a relaxed cafe setting. Listen to live original and cover music, spoken word, stand-up comedy and poetry and enjoy light refreshments including wine and beer for those with proper ID.  Closed major holidays.  Admission $2 at the door, 7:30-10:30pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Oct. 18th & 19th, 25th & 26th – Captain Jack’s Haunted Ship – 148 Perrine St., Auburn.  Stop by and have some spooky fun at Captain Jack’s haunted ship. Canned goods donated to benefit the Calvary food pantry.

Oct. 18th & 19th, 25th & 26th – Nightmare on Anna St. – 3 Anna St., Auburn.  All proceeds donated to Chapel House, S.P.C.A. and St. Alphonsus food pantry. Any donations accepted, sponsored by Auburn Party Rental.

Oct. 18th & 19th – “The Big Year” – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  The Cayuga County Office of Tourism launches their new ‘For the Birds’ guide to bird watching in Cayuga County with showings of “The Big Year,” the story of three fanatical bird-watchers (Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, Jack Black) and how they spend an entire year competing to spot the highest number of species as El Nino sends an extraordinary variety of rare breeds flying up into the U.S. The first twenty-five attendees each night will receive FREE “For the Birds” hats compliments of the Tourism Office and coupons from Cedar Craft Wildbird Center.  Tickets $5/online, $6/at the door, 8pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Oct. 19th – Fall Celebration and Pig Roast – Fargo Bar and Grill, 381 Main St., Aurora.  The afternoon will feature house-roasted pork, along with craft beer provided by Butternuts Beer & Ale of Garratsville, New York. Beer choices will include favorites such as Moo Thunder Stout and Porkslap Pale Ale. Activities such as apple bobbing and pumpkin carving will be hosted throughout the day. Families of all ages are invited; the event is $20 per person, and $10 for children 12 years old and younger. Plates will include pork, as well as two sides, one beer or soda, and access to all games and activities.  $20/person, $10/children 12 & under, 1-6pm.  www.innsofaurora.com  315-364-8006

Oct. 19th – Fall Fun for Kids at Dickman Farms – Dickman Farms, 13 Archie St., Auburn.  11:00am – Wicked Witches Hat Decorating Workshop – Ribbons, glitz and more…..you will have the wickedest good time conjuring your own
spellbinding witch’s hat to wear on Halloween, or anytime! Create a witch’s hat topper that can also be used to dress up pumpkins, centerpieces and more! All supplies included. Cost: $35 Pre-registration required.
Visit the Garden Center or call us 315-253-3030 Ext. 1.  Payment due at registration. Cash, Checks, MC, Visa, & Discover accepted. Registrations must be received at least 5 days prior to workshop date. Workshop registration is based on first come, first serve basis, non-transferable, and non-refundable.                                                                                                                   1:00pm – Kids’ Pumpkin Painting Party – Join us for the perfect pumpkin painting party! Get in on the action as kids design and paint their own pumpkin masterpiece. Pumpkin & paint provided. Ages 5 & up Cost: $8.00 Pre-registration required.
Visit the Garden Center or call us 315-253-3030 Ext. 1.  Payment due at registration. Cash, Checks, MC, Visa, & Discover accepted. Registrations must be received at least 5 days prior to workshop date. Workshop registration is based on first come, first serve basis, non-transferable, and non-refundable.                                                                                                                3:00pm – Kids Club: Catching Fall color with leaves! – Create fun fall patterns with big colorful leaves. Turn your awesome design into a placemat and take it home. Just give us a call and let us know you’ll meet us in the garden. 315-253-3030 Ext. 1. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Ages 5-11. Free.

 

 

 

Oct. 19th – Comedian: Jeff Dye – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  Jeff is an extremely talented comedian/actor/host who has hosted 2 series for MTV – “Numbnuts” and their newest series, “Money from Strangers”. Jeff did so well at the TBS COMEDY FESTIVAL in Chicagoand COMEDY CENTRAL’S “Live at Gotham” that he got his very own half-hour comedy special titled “Comedy Central Presents Jeff Dye” that aired last year. Jeff gained national attention when he was a finalist on NBC’s Emmy nominated series ‘Last Comic Standing” and then performed in a 50 city tour with the other top vote getters. He previously won the Giggles 10th Annual Laff-Off in his native Seattle, and was selected to perform at the prestigious Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal.  Tickets $15, APT Members $13.50, 8pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Oct. 19th – “What Would Harriet Do?” – Theater Mack at the Cayuga Museum, 203 Genesee St., Auburn.  Program with Hospice and Absolute Dance Company recognizing Tubman’s humanitarian work with the sick and aged. Special Harriet Tubman “Ribbons of Hope” performance by ADC. Afternoon and Evening performance times 2 & 7pm.

Oct. 19th & 20th – Community Halloween Costume Sale at Willard Memorial Chapel – Willard Memorial Chapel, 17 Nelson St., Auburn.  The Community Preservation Committee is hosting its annual Halloween costume sale! Young families have the chance to purchase quality, gently used Halloween costumes at a deeply discounted price. Costs vary depending on the type of costume, but none will be over $10.  To make this a success for the families and for the Willard Chapel’s fund-raising goals, we need your help! Please bring your retired, gently used, clean costumes to one of four locations – Willard Chapel, Sacred Heart Church, Cayuga Community College, and the YMCA – and ask for our donation box.  Please spread the word; and thank you for your help!  Cost $10 and below, 10/19, 10 am-2 pm, 10/20, 1 pm-4 pm.  www.willardchapel.org  315-252-0339

Oct. 21st & 22nd – Annual Fall Aurora Inn Fashion Show and Luncheon – Aurora Inn, 391 Main St., Auburn.  Reservations may be made starting September 1, 2013
Please call 315-364-8027.   www.janemorganslittlehouse.com  315-364-8027

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Farmers’ Markets

Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays – June  thru Oct. - Auburn Farmers’ Co-op Market Inc. – Parking Lot Across From Curleys Restaurant, 96 State St., Auburn.  Offering a wide selection of fresh veggies, fruits, baked goods, eggs, honey, herbs, spices, hanging flower baskets, bedding plants, herb plants and more. We accept SNAP EBT and some of our farmers accept WIC and Senior Farmers Market coupons. We have select vendors accepting visa/mc/discover credit/debit cards.  7am-2pm.  www.auburnfarmerscoopmarketinc.com  315-396-8871

Thursdays – June thru October – Moravia Farmers’ Market – Kinney’s Parking Lot, 130 Main St., Moravia.  A medium sized farmers market with organic and non organic vendors that sell produce, meats, wine and baked goods. Flowers available from the local school kids and lots of fun and community involvement. Always a good place to buy the freshest foods available and visit with old neighbors and meet new ones.  10am-5pm.  315-497-8375.

Fridays – June thru October – Strawberry Fields Farmers’ Market – Strawberry Fields Hydroponic Farm, Route 20, Skaneateles.    Farmers Market at Strawberry Fields Farm Market, Rt 20 just west of County Line Rd. every Friday until October! Many local farmers!  Fresh chicken, eggs, black angus, perennials, lavender, honey and much more. 3pm-6pm.   315-751-5657

Fridays – May thru October - Community Farm and Crafter’s Market – DIRT Motorsport Hall of Fame & Classic Car Museum, 1 Speedway Dr., Weedsport.  Farm produce, local crafters, wine tasting, food, and much more.  3-8pm.  315-209-7880

Saturdays – May thru October – Niles Farmers’ Market – Municipal Town Hall Parking Lot, 5923 New Hope Rd., Moravia.  Fresh produce & home baked goods. Every Saturday through October.  10am-3pm.  315-730-6278

Saturdays  – June to October – Union Springs Farmers’ Market – Route 90, Astoria Park, Union Springs. Produce, herbs, flowers, meat, and baked goods.  8:30am – 12:30pm.  315-730-2711

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Last week to visit the Skaneateles

Farmers Market for the 2013 season!

 

Thurs. 3:30-6:30 and Sat 10-1

 

John D. Barrow Art Gallery

 

is open Thursday & Friday 11 AM – 4 PM. Private tours are available by appointment. Call (315) 685-5135. Visit the

Gallery online at

www.barrowgallery.org.

 

Skaneateles Historical Society’s Museum at the Creamery

 

is open 1 PM – 4 PM on Friday & Saturday or by appointment. Looking for a gift?

Visit the Creamery Gift Shop, featuring many historical and Skaneateles themed items, 28 Hannum St. (315) 685-1360. Online, visit

www.skaneateleshistoricalsociety.org

.

 

Rosamond Gifford Zoo

 

is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults (19-61), $4 for youth (3-18) and $5 for seniors (62+).

Children two and under are free. For more information, call the zoo at (315) 435-8511 or visit the zoo’s website at

www.RosamondGiffordZoo.org.

 

Baltimore Woods Nature Center

 

is located at 4007 Bishop Hill Road, Marcellus. Interpretive Center is open M-F 9am-4pm, Saturday 10am-4pm,

closed Sundays. The hiking trails and parking are free and open every day from dawn to dusk. Many year round events are planned visit their

website,

www.baltimorewoods.org (315) 673-1350.

 

Tuesday, October 8

 

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS: 5 – 7 PM at Haba USA Toy Outlet, 4407 Jordan Rd. Get a jump on your Christmas shopping,

while networking with your fellow Chamber members. (315) 685-0552. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

 

Tuesday, October 8

 

DRAWING CLASS: 6 PM Skaneateles Library, 49 E. Genesee St. A 4-week basic drawing series for teens and adults to

learn how to translate what you see into believable and realistic drawings. Sponsored by SKARTS. Materials provided. Limit 20. Must register. (315)

685-5135.

 

Tuesday, October 8

 

TRIVIA: 8 PM Trivia Night at Lake House Pub, 6 W. Genesee St. (315) 554-8194.

 

Wednesday, October 9

 

CHAMBER: 8:30 AM Tourism meeting at the Sherwood Inn. Don’t miss important information on plans for the 20th

Anniversary of Dickens. No need to RSVP. All tourism related businesses welcome, just show up!

 

Wednesday, October 9

 

MUSIC: 5:30 – 9:30 PM Moro’s Table, 1 E. Genesee St. Auburn. Confirm entertainment by calling Moro’s Table. (315)

282-7772.

 

Wednesday, October 9

 

AUTHOR EVENT: 6:30 PM Book signing and presentation by Tony Sorendo, author of the book, My Journey to Hell and

 

Back

 

. Creekside Books & Coffee, 35 Fennell St. (315) 685-0379

 

Wednesday, October 9

 

AUTHOR EVENT: 7 PM A Short talk, Raising Your Vibrations, by Chamber Member Cindy Griffith-Bennett. Based on

her book Soul Soothers, Mini Meditations for busy lives. Join Cindy at Barnes & Noble, Erie Blvd., Dewitt.

 

Wednesday, October 9

 

OPEN MIC: 7:30 PM Open Mic Night led by Joanne Perry. Creekside Books & Coffee 35 Fennell St. (315) 685-0379 or

www.creeksidebooks.com

Free.

 

Wednesday, October 9

 

MUSIC: 7 PM – 10 PM. Michael Orlssan at Lake House Pub, 6 W. Genesee St. (315) 554-8194

 

Wednesday, October 9

 

MUSIC: 8 – 11PM Enjoy live music at the Oak & Vine at Springside Inn, 6141 West Lake Rd. Serving dinner weekly

Mon – Thurs. 4:30 – 9:00 PM; Fri & Sat 4:30 PM – 10:00 PM. Late Night Menu served 8 – 11 Wed thru Sat. Closed Sunday starting October 6.

(315) 252-8463. Visit

www.oakandvine.com for weekly entertainment schedule.

 

Thursday, October 10

 

STORY TIME: 11:00 AM at the Skaneateles Library, for ages 18 months – 3 years. (315) 685-5135. No registration

necessary, just drop in.

 

Thursday, October 10

 

FARMER’S MARKET: Last chance for Thursdays Market! 3:30 – 6:30 PM Austin Park Pavilion , corner of Austin &

Jordan St. Local growers sell fruits, vegetables, flowers, cheese, eggs, bread, free range chicken, wine, baked goods, meats, herbs etc. (315) 727-

9320.

 

Thursday, October 10

 

TRIVIA: 7 PM at Creekside Books & Coffee, 35 Fennell St. $1.00 per player. Open to the public. (315) 685-0379.

www.creeksidebooks.com

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SKANEATELES AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEEKLY UPDATE

October 8, 2013

 

Friday, October 11

 

HARVEST PARTY: 5 – 8 pm , the Inns of Aurora are slated to toast autumn in New York with its Harvest Party. Featuring hors

d’oeuvres prepared by the Aurora Inn Dining Room, a Beak & Skiff-hosted bar with signature 1911 Spirits cocktails, New York craft beer flights,

and live music by acclaimed jazz crooner Diana Jacobs, this cocktail party promises to be a fantastic evening. The party will take place in the Aurora

Inn Dining Room, and—weather permitting—its lakeside veranda, and will cost $30/person, inclusive of tax and gratuity. Reservations can be made

by calling (315) 364-8888. Visit,

www.innsofaurora.com

 

Friday, October 11

 

MOVIE: 6:30 PM: Friday Film Now You See Me at the Skaneateles Library, 49 E. Genesee St. FBI agents track a team of

illusionists who pull off bank heists during their performances and reward their audiences with the money. Rated PG-13; run time 115 minutes

(2013). Popcorn provided! (315) 685-5135

 

Friday, October 11

 

MUSIC: 7:30 PM Rocko Dorsey at Creekside Books & Coffee, 35 Fennell St. (315) 685-0379

 

Friday & Saturday, October 11 & 12

 

MOVIE: GMO OMG. 10/11 @ 1 & 8 PM; 10/12 @ 8 PM. Auburn Public Theater, 8 Exchange St @

Genesee St. (315) 253-6669. Tickets: $5.00 online; $6 at the door.

www.auburnpublictheater.org . Coming up on Oct. 18 & 19 The Big Year.

 

Saturday & Sunday, October 12 & 13

 

FESTIVAL: Lafayette Apple Festival, Rt 20, Layfayette. Saturday, 9 AM – 6 PM & Sunday, 9 AM – 5 PM.

visit,

www.lafayetteapplefestival.org. (315) 677-3300.

 

Saturday, October 12

 

FARMER’S MARKET: Last day for the 2013 season! 10 AM – 1 PM. Austin Park Pavilion , corner of Austin & Jordan St.

Local growers sell fruits, vegetables, flowers, cheese, eggs, bread, free range chicken, wine, baked goods, meats, herbs etc. (315) 727-9320.

 

Saturday, October 12

 

MUSIC: 9:30 PM – 1:00 AM. Shazbot at Lake House Pub, 6 W. Genesee St. (315) 554-8194

 

Saturday, October 12

 

MUSIC: 7:30 PM. Sloppy Joes at Creekside Books & Coffee, 35 Fennell St. (315) 685-0379

 

Saturday, October 12

 

MUSIC: 9 PM at Cedar House Bowling Alley bar, 813 W. Genesee St. Rd. (315) 685-5117.

 

Sunday, October 13

 

MUSIC: 6 PM – 9 PM. Mark Doyle & The Maniacs at Lake House Pub, 6 W. Genesee St. (315) 554-8194

 

Tuesday, October 15

 

STORY TIME: 10:30 AM Skaneateles Library, 49 E. Genesee St. for ages 3 – 5 years. No registration necessary, just drop

in. (315) 685-5135.

 

For more information call (315) 685-0552 or visit www.skaneateles.com

 

SALES:

“Wine Down Thursdays” at the

Aurora Inn. Every Thursday until Dec. 30, 2013 come and enjoy any bottle of wine off our list for half price. (315)

364-8888

Did you know that HOT DEALS on

Skaneateles.com are a great way to run a last minute special for your business! For only $5.00 per week, it is

easy to post a special on our website, skaneateles.com. For more information you can contact the Chamber at 685-0552 or log into you business

listing and click on HOT DEAL.

$4.00 Roast Beef Sandwiches every Monday at

LakeHouse Pub, 6 Genesee St. (315) 554-8194 (Dine in only).

$6.00 SUSHI all day every Tuesday at

Blue Water Grill, 11 W. Genesee St. (315) 685-6600.

Taco Tuesday at

The Garage located at 28 Jordan Street. Choice of three different tacos (beef, turkey or fish). Festive music & decorations in a

family atmosphere. All meats are local hormone free. Also serving Margaritas and Mojito! (315) 685-6116. Available for Lunch or Dinner. Dine in

or take out available.

www.joespastagarage.com

$3.00 Burgers all day every Thursday at

Johnny Angel’s Heavenly Burgers, 22 Jordan St! (315) 685-0100.

COMMERCIAL SPACE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE/RENT/SALE:

Newly renovated office space just east of the Village of Skaneateles located at

The Trolley Bldg. 384 SF of private space with shared amenities:

Conference Room, Kitchenette and Facilities, Fios Internet, Security System and Free Parking. Utilities Included. Contact: Robert O. Eggleston @

315-685-8144 or Bob@Roeggleston.com

Office space available upstairs above Bobbett Implement, 1382 E. Genesee St. $ 595/month, yearly lease. Car and boat storage inside and/or outside.

Call for pricing. Call Brad (315) 729-6231 for a appointment and or rates. Email,

bradwirth@wirthsautomotiveinc.com

Professional Class A office Space available in Marcellus. Located in the Prestigious Upper Crown Mill Development. 650 sq ft for $800/month.

Separate conference room, handicap accessible, private restroom, kitchenette and convenient, free parking. Contact Sue La France at

Lake

 

Architectural

 

, 673-9333.

Affordable office space for rent at

Custom Business Services in the Auburn Grant Ave Plaza. We have a beautiful office for rent that includes

access to our private conference room, training center, and full reception services with fax, copy, and Internet amenities. (315) 258-8780

 

Old Stone Mill – Single Class A Office Suites Available

 

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Mixed use property: Retail, Office, Luxury Hotel

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Strategically located, Class A office building in Historic Old Stone Mill

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Tenants include The Old Stone Mill Inn, Morgan Stanley and The Skaneateles Artisans

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Choose from 6 different offices

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Common area Kitchen, Reception Area, WIFI and Utilities included

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Rental Rate Range : $850 -$1,000 / Month

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Contact: Jason Slottje at (315) 604-2558 or J. Nicholas Slottje at (617) 939-6609

 

Jordan Street – Village Inn Building – Retail / Office Space

 

Mixed use property: Retail and Luxury Hotel

Strategically located on busy corner of Jordan Street in the heart of Skaneateles.

The available corner location is 1,840 Sq Ft of ideal high end retail or office space.

Space consists of 3 levels – Total of 1,840 Sq Ft

Rental Rate: $3,000 / Month

 

Contact: Jason Slottje at (315) 604-2558 or J. Nicholas Slottje at (617) 939-6609

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Baltimore Woods Nature Center announces their October programs with details listed below.

October 11 Star Party: National Astronomy Day 6:30-9pm

Oct 12th is National Astronomy Day! This will be the best chance to see Mercury for the remainder of the year, along with a crescent moon, and Venus as well, plus hello to Fall skies. Back-up date: Oct 12. $5 for members, $15/family; $8 for nonmembers, $25/family.

October 15 & 26 If These Trees Could Talk 10:30am-noon

Join Baltimore Woods Naturalist Tom Meier on a journey through time. The shape of the forests at Baltimore Woods is intimately tied to the lifestyles of all the people who came before. This hike will take an inspiring look at the history of the preserve and the ever-changing relationships between people and the land, as told through the eyes of the colorful autumn trees. $5 for members, $15/family; $8 for nonmembers, $25/family.

October 16 Changing to Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency 7-9pm

Reducing energy bills and our carbon footprint from heating our homes are important topics to many people. Come to explore the basics of renewable solar, wind, geothermal energy, and energy efficiency to assess if they could work for you. Special Presentation by Ron Meyer. $5 for members, $8 for nonmembers

October 19 Double Dog Dare Walk 8-9:30pm

Baltimore Woods Nature Center dares you . . . no, double dog dares you, to walk through the woods with only the moon lighting your way! Search for creatures that go bump in the night and treats hidden along the trails. $5 for members; $15/family; $8 for nonmembers, $25/family.

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Hours: Interpretive Center is open M-F 9am-4pm, Saturday 10am-4pm, closed Sundays.

Baltimore Woods Nature Center *4007 Bishop Hill Road *Marcellus, NY 13108

The hiking trails and parking are free and open every day from dawn to dusk.

Baltimore Woods Nature in the City brings authentic natural science learning to K-6 grade urban school children. Supported by the Syracuse City School District and corporate sponsors, tied to the Syracuse

City School District curriculum and New York State Science Standards, lesson content supports teachers while directly impacting students. Holding programs in parks and neighborhood green spaces as well as the classroom, students’ earliest learning experiences in the sciences are relevant, meaningful and fun.

 

Visit www.baltimorewoods.org for more information.

Posted: Tuesday, October 8th, 2013 @ 7:29 am by Nakeia Endres
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Baltimore Woods Announces Programs for October 2013

Marcellus, NY (Sept 27, 2013)–Baltimore Woods Nature Center announces their October programs with details listed below.

October 11          Star Party: National Astronomy Day                                                                        6:30-9pm

Oct 12th is National Astronomy Day! This will be the best chance to see Mercury for the remainder of the year, along with a crescent moon, and Venus as well, plus hello to Fall skies.

Back-up date: Oct 12. $5 for members, $15/family; $8 for nonmembers, $25/family.

October 15 & 26               If These Trees Could Talk                                                                             10:30am-noon

Join Baltimore Woods Naturalist Tom Meier on a journey through time. The shape of the forests at Baltimore Woods is intimately tied to the lifestyles of all the people who came before. This hike will take an inspiring look at the history of the preserve and the ever-changing relationships between people and the land, as told through the eyes of the colorful autumn trees. $5 for members, $15/family; $8 for nonmembers, $25/family.

October 16          Changing to Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency                                        7-9pm

Reducing energy bills and our carbon footprint from heating our homes are important topics to many people. Come to explore the basics of renewable solar, wind, geothermal energy, and energy efficiency to assess if they could work for you. Special Presentation by Ron Meyer. $5 for members, $8 for nonmembers

October 19          Double Dog Dare Walk                                                                                                  8-9:30pm

Baltimore Woods Nature Center dares you . . . no, double dog dares you, to walk through the woods with only the moon lighting your way! Search for creatures that go bump in the night and treats hidden along the trails. $5 for members; $15/family; $8 for nonmembers, $25/family.

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Baltimore Woods Nature Center *4007 Bishop Hill Road *Marcellus, NY 13108

Hours: Interpretive Center is open M-F 9am-4pm, Saturday 10am-4pm, closed Sundays.

The hiking trails and parking are free and open every day from dawn to dusk.

 

Baltimore Woods Nature in the City brings authentic natural science learning to K-6 grade urban school children. Supported by the Syracuse City School District and corporate sponsors, tied to the Syracuse City School District curriculum and New York State Science Standards, lesson content supports teachers while directly impacting students. Holding programs in parks and neighborhood green spaces as well as the classroom, students’ earliest learning experiences in the sciences are relevant, meaningful and fun.

Visit www.baltimorewoods.org for more information.

Posted: Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 @ 8:29 am by Curt
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CAYUGA COUNTY OFFICE OF TOURISM    131 GENESEE STREET      AUBURN, NY 13021         315-255-1658

 

 

The Cayuga County Office of Tourism is open from 9:00am – 5:00pm Monday through Friday. 

May 3rd – Oct. 27th – They Stood Up, Civil and Human Rights in the Finger Lakes – Cayuga Museum of History & Art, 203 Genesee St., Auburn.  Examines various civil and human rights movements in the region, ranging from abolition to bullying in today’s society.  Closed major holidays.  Suggested donation $3, Tues. – Sun. Noon – 5:00 pm.  www.cayugamuseum.org  315-253-8051

Aug. 24th – Oct. 13th – Fertile Imagination: Art & Agriculture – Schweinfurth Art Center, 205 Genesee St., Auburn.  Fertile Imagination: Art & Agriculture is a curated exhibition that features 84 works of art by 28 artists, focusing on the impact of regional agriculture through visual expression. The exhibition highlights artwork inspired by our region’s agriculture, including themes of farming, agri-business, land, environment, community and more. Individual works of art examine agricultural material culture and objects, issues, landscape, architecture, science, products, practices, and traditions.  Closed Mondays and major holidays.  $6/adults, members and children 12 & under are free, Tues.-Sat., 10:00 am 5:00 pm, Sun., Noon – 5:00 pm.  www.myartcenter.org  315-255-1553

Sept. 12th – Oct. 3rd  (Thursdays)  - Fall Poetry Series – Schweinfurth Art Center, 205 Genesee St., Auburn.  Includes 4 readings by published poets and writers groups. Curated by Georgia Popoff, poet and published author.  Free, 7pm.  www.myartcenter.org   315-255-1553

Sept. 18th – Oct 5th  – Hank Williams “Lost Highway” – Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Rd., Auburn.  What’s cookin’, good lookin’? This musical biography tells the story of the famous singer-songwriter himself. Overflowing with the music you know and love, Lost Highway paints a vivid picture of the legend’s life that will leave you “hank”ering for more. We promise that “son of a gun, you’ll have big fun on the bayou.”  Visit web site or call box office for ticket prices and show times.  www.fingerlakesmtf.com  800-457-8897

 

 

 

Sept. 25th – Inns of Aurora Taste of Summer Series – Aurora Inn, 391 Main St., Aurora.  Every other Wednesday throughout the summer, the Inns of Aurora will host a different local winery on its lakeside veranda for a tasting of their favorite varietals. Complimentary and open to the public. “The series is a great way for the Inns to play their part in introducing some of our favorite wineries to our neighbors and guests,” remarks Alex Schloop, organizer of the series. “I love when people stop by on their way home from work, or use it as a reason to get out of the house and join us for dinner afterwards.”  Tonight: Long Point Winery.  Free, 3:30-5:30pm.  www.innsofaurora.com  315-364-8888

Sept. 26 – Oct. 6th – Bun In The Oven: Contractions with The Calamari Sisters – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  Move over Dr. Spock, here come the Calamari Sisters! Join the sisters, once again, as they prepare to celebrate the newest addition to the Calamari family. Delphine and Carmela are in rare form, catering the biggest bouncing baby shower Brooklyn has ever seen. There’s no stopping this duo of singing, dancing, and cooking Italian Mamas from belting out tunes such as “Baby Face,” “I Got You Babe,” “Me and My Baby,” and “You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby.” Lamaze will never be quite the same once the Calamari Sisters get done with it!  It’s laugh out loud time for this new workshop production!  $35; $31.50 APT Members; $32 Groups of 10 or more, 9/26 & 10/3 7pm, 9/27 & 10/4 8:00 pm, 9/28 & 10/5 2 & 8 pm, 9/29 & 10/6 2 pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Sept. 27th – The Purple Tie Event – Springside Inn, 6141 W. Lake Rd., Auburn.  Fundraiser to benefit the Cayuga/Seneca Community Action Agency’s Domestic Violence Services Department. Music by Diana Jacobs & Midnite Mood. Food, cash bar, signature cocktails, live auction, raffles. Casual attire, purple encouraged. Tickets can be purchased online at www.cscaa.com or call 315-255-1703.  Tickets $20, 5:30-9:00pm.  www.cscaa.com  315-255-1703

Sept. 27th & 28th – “Blackfish” – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  Blackfish tells the story of Tilikum, a performing killer whale that killed several people while in captivity. Along the way, director-producer Gabriela Cowperthwaite compiles shocking footage and emotional interviews to explore the creature’s extraordinary nature, the species’ cruel treatment in captivity, the lives and losses of the trainers and the pressures brought to bear by the mulit-billion dollar sea-park industry.  This emotionally wrenching, tautly structured story challenges us to consider our relationship to nature and reveals how little we humans have learned from these highly intelligent and enormously sentient fellow mammals.  Tickets $5/online, $6/at the door, 9/27, 1:00 & 8:00 pm, 9/28, 8:00 pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Sept. 28th – Music on the Deck – The Apple Station Winery, 5279 Cross Rd., Cayuga.  Enjoy the performance of Medicine Wheel, playing on the deck. Admission is free, wine and food will be available for purchase.  Free, 7pm.  www.theapplestation.com  315-889-5184

Sept. 28th – The Finger Lakes Mud Run at Everest Park – Everest Park, 5343 North Rd., Owasco.  he Everest Mud Run is a challenging military style trail run that’s intended to pit participants against one of two extreme courses. Each wave of participants joins a stampede of literally hundreds of people who’ll trudge through thick field grasses, over wooded underbrush, down and out of deep gullies, and ultimately face 16 jawdropping obstacles- each designed to encourage team work and comradely to overcome.  Oh… the MUD! As the name suggests, the Everest Mud Run will feature plenty of mud! The Everest Mud Run takes a note from other popular nationally-known military-style obstacle course events. However, we’ve extended the age limit to 13 and older and we offer two courses instead of just one. Both of our courses showcase the unique rural terrain of Everest Park by exploring rarely-seen sections that are far removed from the common sight of campgrounds, golf courses, and paved roads.  315-252-9305

Sept. 28th – Historical Music Salon:  Parlor Music of the Civil War – Seward House Museum, 33 South St., Auburn.  Students from the Eastman School of Music: Alexandra Cade (viola and fiddle), Katherine Webber (mezzo-soprano vocalist), John Leighton (tenor vocalist), Matthew Moisey ( piano and tenor vocalist) will present a crossection of music from the Civil War Era, including camp songs, love ballads, patriotic hymns and spirituals. The selected pieces evoke the emotional timbre of conflict, patriotism, love and freedom. The hallmarks of a nation at war.  Reservations required.  $15/Seward House Members, $20/non-members, 7-8pm.  www.sewardhouse.org  315-252-1283

Sept. 28th -Mini-Retreat:  Breathe in Wellness – EKA, 100 Genesee St., Suite 101, Auburn.  Participants will learn breathing techniques and asana practices to boost their well being and assist them in managing stress. The experience will be enhanced with Young Living essential oils and each participant will leave with a Lavender scented eye pillow and oil sample to enable continuation of the healing practices they learn at home. This special offering is open to anyone and is suitable for all levels and abilities including beginners and those with unique physical considerations. $35 registration fee/$25 for enrolled students. To register call Laura at (315) 730-6355 or register on-line at www.ekacenter.com  315-730-6355

Sept. 29th – Music in the Barn – Izzo’s White Barn Winery, 6634 Cayuga Rd., Auburn.  Recently formed in 2012, Sliver Queen Casket Co. performs music from the Blues, Classic Country, Rock N’ Roll, and Folk genres, both covers and originals. Come welcome this emerging local favorite to IWBW on September 29th. Beer, wine, and food will be available during the performance, 3-6 PM.  Free.  www.izzoswhitebarnwinery.com  315-283-8095

Sept. 29th – The Finger Lakes Chamber Ensemble – Morgan Opera House, 370 Main St., Aurora.  The Finger Lakes Chamber Ensemble is thrilled to be returning to the Morgan Opera House for an afternoon of chamber music classics on Sunday September 29 at 4:00 pm. Ensemble members Shannon Nance, violin, Roberta Crawford, viola and Stefan Reuss, cello, will be joined by guest artists Richard MacDowell, clarinet and Lara Sipols, violin.  A free wine tasting with food pairings will follow the performance at Bet the Farm, 381 Main Street.  Adults $15, Students and Children free, 4pm.  www.morganoperahouse.org  315-364-5437

 

 

Sept. 29th – Sunday Music Series: Featuring Artists from Indigo Productions – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  Charley Orlando has toured coast to coast, been on 14 albums, done over 3,000 shows, written 200 original songs, and spent 23 years in the music industry… thus far. Mike Vincitore is currently the anchor of local Grateful Dead cover band Dark Hollow. Dark Hollow is THE preeminent Dead cover band in the CNY area! Together this powerhouse duo makes up MW2.  The members of the band have a wide array of influences that always make their way onto the stage. You can expect to hear a variety of music represented, from the Grateful Dead and Rolling Stones to Pearl Jam to Tom Petty and a sprinkling of jambands like Phish. The duo plays a variety of originals, as well. Americana, bluegrass, Motown, and rock and roll are proudly on display whenever the Wheel is in motion!  Each member is constantly pushing himself to improve the sound and direction of the music. For that reason, each night is new adventure. You might expect to see a stripped down set with acoustic guitars and upright bass one night and everything on full electric the next. Admission $10, APT Members $9, 4-6pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Oct. 1st & Oct. 8th  - Open Mic Night – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  Open Mic Night features music and spoken word from local and regional talent in a relaxed cafe setting. Listen to live original and cover music, spoken word, stand-up comedy and poetry and enjoy light refreshments including wine and beer for those with proper ID.  Closed major holidays.  Admission $2 at the door, 7:30-10:30pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Oct. 2nd – Life of Pvt. John Dunham of Co. H, 3rd NY Cavalry – Port Byron Library,              12 Sponable Dr., Port Byron.  Come learn about John’s remarkable surgical case, civil war medical triage and ballistics as well as his life after the war.  Free, 7-8pm.  315-776-5694

Oct. 2nd – Science Alive 101 – D & W Diesel, 1503 Clark St. Rd., Auburn.  An evening of hands-on science and art activities for families with participants of all ages. Parents must accompany children.  Our topic for October – Water Rockets.  $5/participant, $25/family limit, 6-8pm.  315-784-5479

Oct. 3rd – Movies at the Mack – Theater Mack at the Cayuga Museum, 203 Genesee St., Auburn.  A new monthly series, “Movies at the Mack”.  The series will kick off with Alfred Hitchcock’s tale of avain horror, “The Birds.”  The film will be shown twice, at 1PM and 7PM.  Discussion after the 7PM screening.  Admission is $3.00.  www.cayugamuseum.org               315-253-8051

Oct. 4th – Oct. 27th  – Screamer’s Hollow – Halloween Entertainment – Sterling Renaissance Festival Site, 15385 Farden Rd., Sterling.  Experience a nerve shattering mix of live actors, state of the art animation, evil characters and dazzling special effects.  Every Friday and Saturday night from 7pm – Midnight.  www.screamershollow.com  800-879-4446

Oct. 4th & 5th – ” The Missing Piece” – Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.  In 1976, filmmaker Joe Medeiros learned about the theft of the Mona Lisa and so began a 35-year-long obsession with the Peruggia and his motive for stealing the painting. Was it patriotism or something else? In 2008, Medeiros met Peruggia’s 84-year-old daughter Celestina, but her father died when she was a baby so she knew less about him than Medeiros did. But she wanted the truth, too. So Medeiros and his team traveled to the places Vincenzo Peruggia lived and worked, poured over thousands of original Louvre documents, police reports, court files and newspaper clippings — then found in the Florence archives Peruggia’s letters to his parents – and these held the missing piece of his story.  Tickets $5/online, $6/at the door, 10/4, 1:00 & 8:00 pm, 10/5, 8:00 pm.  www.auburnpublictheater.org        315-253-6669

Oct. 4th – First Friday Events – Participating Historical & Cultural Sites & Participating Businesses in and around downtown Auburn.                                                             Schweinfurth Art Center, 205 Genesee St. – Meet exhibiting artist in Fertile Imagination: Art & Agriculture and have the opportunity to talk with them about their work.                      Westminster Presbyterian Church, 17 William St. – Annual and amazing New 2 U Sale on Friday, October 4 from 12 – 7pm and Saturday, October 5 from 9 am – 12 noon.                      Prices are not to be missed on clothing, hoe goods, books, children toys and more. Saturday is Fill-A-Bag Day for all clothing and goods in the Great Hall while the remaining bits and pieces in White Elephant Room will be 50 % off.

Oct. 5th – Apple Pressing – Sterling Nature Center, 15380 Jenzvolt Rd., Sterling.  Join us in creating apple cider the old fashion way with a people powered fruit press. Help, wash, grind, press, pasteurize and best of all, taste the fresh apple cider. While going through the process we will discuss the history of apples, apple products, the apple-growing industry and the many different varieties of apples. Back by popular demand – take a taste test of over a dozen different varieties of apples grown by local orchards and place your vote for your favorite. A special THANK YOU to Ontario Orchards for supplying the apples for pressing and tasting.  Free, 1pm.  www.cayugacounty.us  315-947-6143

Oct. 5th – Mr. Seward for the Defense – The William Freeman Trial – Seward House Museum, 33 South St., Auburn.  The Seward House Museum, Friends of Seymour Library and NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Cayuga County are sponsoring a free presentation, Mr. Seward for the Defense – The William Freeman Trial, on October 5th at 1:00 PM at Seymour Library. Using the historical context of the case, the event will promote mental illness awareness and local history on William Seward, a lifelong advocate for human rights. In 1846, William H. Seward in Cayuga County Court House defended William Freeman accused of murder and based his plea on the unprecedented grounds of insanity. The presentation will be given by Allison Hinman, former Seward House staff member, who researched this topic for her senior thesis from Westminster College in 2011.  Free, 1pm.  www.sewardhouse.org  315-252-1283

Oct. 5th – Art in the Park 2013 – Hoopes Park, 100 S. Herman Ave., Auburn.  Finger Lakes Art Cooperative is hosting Art in the Park 2013. Acoustic musicians, theater, dance and other forms of art will be on hand for your enjoyment. There will be a fall farm stand with apples, pumpkins, cider and donuts, pumpkin painting and sidewalk chalk art for the ‘kids’.  Free, 10am-5pm.  www.flartcoop.org/

 

Oct. 5th -  Tiffany Concert Series – Willard Memorial Chapel, 17 Nelson St., Auburn.  Ajeet Kaur is a rising presence in the world of sacred chant and devotional music. Her first album of meditation music “SACRED WATERS” released with Spirit Voyage Music, summer of 2013. She was recently featured on Gurunam Singh’s album “Touch Every Heart” and is beginning to travel the world to offer music and yoga. Inspired by beloved chant artists like Snatam Kaur and the musical and spiritual atmosphere of her upbringing, Ajeet began singing at an early age. Her love of music has led her around the world to study traditional Indian and Irish music, along with other folk traditions and western musical styles. Along with music, the love of Ajeet’s life has been her study of healing with her teacher Guru Dev Singh. Now, just out of college, Ajeet blends the healing power of ancient mantras with a fresh and unique contemporary style. All are invited to join Ajeet Kaur and her band of talented musicians for a heart-opening evening of healing and community.  Sponsored by the Community Preservation Committee.  Admission $15/person, children 15 & under free, 7:30pm.

Oct. 5th - Boots Book Signing and Talk with Anthony Gero – Downtown Books & Coffee, 66 Genesee St., Auburn.  Join Downtown Books & Coffee and Anthony F. Gero, author of Boots: A Novella of the Civil War, for a book signing and Civil War history talk. In this work of historical fiction, the first of a proposed Civil War novella trilogy, the author uses an actual incident during Pickett’s Charge on 3 July 1863 to construct a compelling story about a dog’s loyalty to the soldiers of that day and its impact on them for years to come. In Boots, a son’s soul is transformed as he learns of his dying father’s combat experiences at Gettysburg in the 111th New York Volunteers and of the legacy of a dog called Boots.  Free, 1pm.  www.downtownbooksandcoffee.com  315-515-3411

Oct. 6th – Walking Tour of Historic Fort Hill Cemetery – Fort Hill Cemetery, 19 Fort St., Auburn.  The Community Preservation Committee will sponsor a walking tour of historic Fort Hill Cemetery. Join tour guide, Laurel Auchampaugh, for an informative tour of Auburn’s historical Fort Hill Cemetery.  Those wishing to participate should meet at Bradley Chapel, Fort Hill Cemetery, 19 Fort Street, Auburn, NY. A donation of $10 per person is requested and tickets can be purchased at the cemetery on the day of the tour.  In case of rain, a history of the Cemetery will be presented inside the historic Bradley Chapel in lieu of the walking tour.  $10 donation per person, 1pm.  www.willardchapel.org  315-252-0339

Oct. 5th & 6th – Harvest Festival – King Ferry Winery, 658 Lake Rd., King Ferry.  Two days of fun…come experience the excitement of the crush and the beauty of an autumn day in the country!  On Saturday, we will have a live radio broadcast from 11 to 1, local farmers’ market vendors, and local favorites The Bottomfeeders providing an eclectic mix of tunes from 1 to 4.  On Sunday, the music will be provided by Under Construction – classic rock in a classy style – from 1 to 4.  Our vendors for the weekend include: Kevin Schoonover – photography.  Free, 10am-5pm.  www.treleavenwines.com  800-439-5271

Oct. 5th & 6th – The Spiritual Phenomenon – Sainte Therese of Lisieux – St. Mary’s Church,   15 Clark St., Auburn.  A new play by Micael PASCAL, with Della Saba. Presented by Benoit Saint-Hilaire and Saint Mary’s Church. Over 500 performances with 100,000 spectors – a world success. Music composed by George Acogny.  Free, 10/5, 8:00 pm, 10/6, 7:00 pm.  315-252-9545

 

 

Farmers’ Markets

Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays – June  thru Oct. - Auburn Farmers’ Co-op Market Inc. – Parking Lot Across From Curleys Restaurant, 96 State St., Auburn.  Offering a wide selection of fresh veggies, fruits, baked goods, eggs, honey, herbs, spices, hanging flower baskets, bedding plants, herb plants and more. We accept SNAP EBT and some of our farmers accept WIC and Senior Farmers Market coupons. We have select vendors accepting visa/mc/discover credit/debit cards.  7am-2pm.  www.auburnfarmerscoopmarketinc.com  315-396-8871

Wednesdays  -  July thru September – Conquest Farmers’ Market – 1289 Fuller Rd., Conquest.  Shop for flowering, vegetable and herb plants, soaps, lotions, honey, Watkins products and baked goods. As the spring and summer progress, fruits and vegetables, crafts and more. Please stop by at the municipal building parking lot on Fuller Road!  Wednesdays 3pm-6pm.  315-776-8828

Wednesdays – June thru September - Port Bryon MRC Farmers’ Market, Schasel Park, Route 31, Port Byron.  Local farmers, chicken BBQ every week! Special childrens events! Featured fruit and veggie nights! Entertainment, antique tractors & vintage cars! Playground and covered pavilion for dining.  3pm-6pm. 315-776-4321

Thursdays – June thru October – Moravia Farmers’ Market – Kinney’s Parking Lot, 130 Main St., Moravia.  A medium sized farmers market with organic and non organic vendors that sell produce, meats, wine and baked goods. Flowers available from the local school kids and lots of fun and community involvement. Always a good place to buy the freshest foods available and visit with old neighbors and meet new ones.  10am-5pm.  315-497-8375.

Fridays – June thru October – Strawberry Fields Farmers’ Market – Strawberry Fields Hydroponic Farm, Route 20, Skaneateles.    Farmers Market at Strawberry Fields Farm Market, Rt 20 just west of County Line Rd. every Friday until October! Many local farmers!  Fresh chicken, eggs, black angus, perennials, lavender, honey and much more. 3pm-6pm.   315-751-5657

Fridays – May thru October - Community Farm and Crafter’s Market – DIRT Motorsport Hall of Fame & Classic Car Museum, 1 Speedway Dr., Weedsport.  Farm produce, local crafters, wine tasting, food, and much more.  3-8pm.  315-209-7880

Saturdays – May thru October – Niles Farmers’ Market – Municipal Town Hall Parking Lot, 5923 New Hope Rd., Moravia.  Fresh produce & home baked goods. Every Saturday through October.  10am-3pm.  315-730-6278

Saturdays  – June to October – Union Springs Farmers’ Market – Route 90, Astoria Park, Union Springs. Produce, herbs, flowers, meat, and baked goods.  8:30am – 12:30pm.  315-730-2711 

Saturdays – Every 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month May thru September - King Ferry Farmers’ Market – King Ferry Winery, 658 Lake Rd., King Ferry, NY.  Farmstead Cheese, Organic Flour, Organic Vegetables, Plants and Flowers, Fiber Art, Pottery & Jewelry, Clothing & Accessories, Baked Goods & Desserts, Jams & Jellies, Wool and Spinning Demonstrations, Seasonal Apple Cider Pressing, Pizza by the Slice, Hot Coffee, Dinosaur Dry Goods Pop Up Store. This year, the Market will be held on the first and third Saturdays of each month from June through October, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the King Ferry Winery.  10am-1pm.  315-364-5100.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted: Wednesday, September 25th, 2013 @ 3:55 pm by Curt
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