“Deconstruct. Reconstruct. Repeat”
Meet the artist! Come and celebrate with Skaneateles Artisans at their First Friday Art Night celebration on Friday November 7th from 5-8 p.m. where they will be featuring the work of Jennifer Locke. She will be on premises to talk and answer questions as well as demonstrating how she makes her beautiful one of a kind mittens, scarves and pins. We will be hosting a wine tasting and light finger foods will be served. Wine tasting courtesy of Chateau Dusseau, Locke NY.
The gallery, located in The Old Stone Mill at 3 Fennell St, offers off-street
parking as well as municipal parking, and accepts major credit cards. Visit our website at www.skaneatelesartisans.com. For more information, call 315-685-8580.
November 14, 2014 – November 15, 2014
Friday 1pm & 8pm AND Saturday 8pm
“A dazzling audiovisual spectacle that benefits from the full cinematic treatment…”
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Auburn Public Theater is located at:
8 Exchange Street
Auburn, NY 13021
We’re in the heart of downtown Auburn. Our building is in the 100 block of Genesee Street, and our entrance opens on the Exchange Street pedestrian courtyard. Click for map and directions.
Please call 315-253-6669 or e-mail Auburn Public Theater at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to discuss:
Classes and workshops
Sponsoring a show or series
Supporting Auburn Public Theater
Whatever else we can assist with!
A Musical Variety Show for families and kids ages 3 and up!
Local paranormal investigator Patti Unvericht will be signing copies of her spooky book here at Downtown Books & Coffee just in time for Halloween.
Deep lakes, scenic waterfalls, charming villages-all are intrinsic parts of New York’s Finger Lakes region. But behind this beauty, the spooky and ghostly reside. A former slave never left the William Seward House in Auburn, and eerie guests reside alongside live ones at Adams Basin Inn. When the Genesee Country Village and Museum’s buildings were moved there, they brought their former residents along. And it is no wonder that some souls never left the Civil War POW camp in Elmira known as “Hellmira.” Join local paranormal investigator Patti Unvericht as she relates these and other stories of the Finger Lakes’ most haunted sites.
||Downtown Books & Coffee
66 Genesee St.
Auburn, NY 13021
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