CREATIVITY: Art Exhibition & Poetry Readings
Sat, Aug 08, 2009
12:00pm – 5:00pm Art Exhibition
3:00pm – 5:00pm the poetry readings will take place
Location: Center for Creative Expressions
39 Genesee Street in Downtown Auburn
Art Exhibition and Poetry Readings!
Framed artwork available for sale, proceeds go to the developmentally disabled artist.
On Saturday, August 8th, 2009 from Noon – 5:00pm an Open House, Art Exhibit, and Poetry Readings from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. will be held at Creative Expressions, 39 Genesee Street, Auburn, New York 13021. Poetry readings limited to 5 per person. Refreshments will be served. This is FREE of Charge – donations excepted. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
We hope to see you there for Creativity!
For More Information: Please call (315) 252-7061 or go to:
Wednesday, July 29, 2009 and every Wednesday.
Willard Memorial Chapel Summer
Concert Series, Noon at Willard Memorial Chapel, 17 Nelson St., Auburn. will
feature “Festive Music”, a group of local musicians/vocalists. The flute and
classical guitar duo, Vivos Trio (flute, violin, cello), soprano vocalist, and pianist
will be performing. The musicians are Bob Vanderhoof, Erin Champion, Chris
Gutelius, Shari DelFavero, Barb Mushock and Marg DePalma. They will be
performing a variety of genres.
This concert is free and open to the public.
Vinyasa Yoga at The Center (1 Hoffman Street, corner of Genesee, Auburn) with guest instructor Laura Cook, RYT. Two classes will be offered: Mondays, August 10 – 31, 6:00 – 7:00 pm; or Mondays, August 10 – 31 from 7:15 – 8:15 pm. Cost: $48. Bring a mat. Classes are suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Pre-registration is required. Call 315-704-0319 to reserve your place or visit www.TheCenter4Wellness.com for more information.
1 Hoffman St.
Auburn, NY 13021
The Center is a 12,000 sq-foot facility located at 1 Hoffman St. in Auburn, NY. The Center was founded by Mary Ann Giacona, and is truly a place where you can take charge of your life and experiance a lyfestyle of wellbeing.
It is our belief, that each human being is unique and should be treated accordingly. What may be healthy and healing for one may not be the case for another. This includes areas of nutrition, exercise, techniques for staying healthy, and approaches to treating dysfunction and disease. Our services, workshops, lectures, and products are reflective of this, and continually seek to bring individuals to a place of empowerment that will allow them to take control of their wellness process and help them cultivate their own authenticity in maintaining health.
Our philosophy to health caters to the whole of the individual (body, mind, spirit, and emotion) instead of managing symptoms or focussing on the one area they may feel ‘stuck’ in. This approach takes the individual away from ‘managed care’ and into a natural state of well being that includes the elimination of the root cause of the symptoms that are a reflection of the imbalances in the body’s system. This also takes them to a level of understanding that continues their wellness process well after their treatments end.
1 Hoffman St.
Auburn, NY 13021
Julia Nunes plays Auburn, NY and the Finger Lakes
May 16th 2009 JULIA NUNES at 7:30pm
She’s a YouTube phenomenon. She’s a ukulele-wielding smartass and an incredible talent. She’s Julia Nunes – and she just woke up. Fairport native Nunes has been working her 19-year-old butt off lately. She just got back from a handful of dates opening for piano popster Ben Folds, she’s in the middle of recording her second album, getting flooded with fan mail, dealing with more than 1 million YouTube hits, and being hounded for autographs. Actress Molly Ringwald just sang her praises in a morning-show interview earlier this week.
Nunes is a serious musician with bright blue eyes, bright blonde hair, and a perpetual smirk. She has a knack for turning a phrase into something much more than your standard girl-with-a-guitar lament. Plus she’s got a big, beautiful voice – and a little ukulele. Nunes first made the scene four years ago in the informal singer-songwriter collective that came to be known as Chicks With Picks; five young women who rose above the coffeehouse caterwaul cliché to offer some refreshing, lyrically insightful, and compelling music.
Nunes’ migration to the ukulele separated her from the pack even more. Nunes was already creating a buzz with YouTube videos of her own songs played on guitar, complete with harmonies and clever, though perhaps a little rudimentary, video editing. Once the ukulele entered the equation, people really started to take notice – including the folks at Bushman, a company that manufactures ukuleles in Nashville, Indiana. The Bushman bigwigs urged Nunes to enter the company’s World Ukulele Video Contest. The prize: a new Bushman ukulele. After Nunes’ win in December 2007 the buzz went from bumblebee to chainsaw. Ben Folds was one of those people watching. The college-friendly alt-pop star dug her cover of his tune “Gone,” and offered her the opening slot on some of his tour dates this past spring. At present, Nunes has more than 27,000 subscribers to her YouTube account, which currently hosts 43 videos. Her most recent video, “Balloons,” received more than 600,000 hits in the first four days it was posted.
CHECK HER OUT AT: http://www.junumusic.com www.myspace.com/jaaaaaaa http://www.youtube.com/user/jaaaaaaa
AUBURN PUBLIC THEATER
108 Genesee at Exchange Street
Convenient parking next door in the City Parking Garage
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