Starts: 9/27/2008 Ends: 9/28/2008
Event: Fall Sportsmen’s Festival
Location: Carpenter’s Brook Fish Hatchery, 1672 Route 321, Elbridge
For More Info: 315-689-9367 Website: www.OnondagaCountyParks.com
Fall Sportsmen’s Days sponsored by Toyota
Saturday & Sunday, September 27 & 28, 2008
$5 per family/carload
Created as a tribute to National Hunting and Fishing Day, this annual festival is a terrific opportunity for all ages to try their hand at a variety of outdoor pursuits, including skeet shooting, waterfowl identification, axe/knife throwing, turkey calling, archery, 3-D laser big game hunting, crossbow, BB gun, fly fishing, jig tying, canoeing, muzzle loading, Conservation Officers, Forest Rangers and Smokey Bear, woodsmen demonstrations, local wildlife artists and authors and trout fishing. (more…)
Starts: 9/19/2008 Ends: 9/21/2008
Event: Jordan Fall Festival
Location: Beaver Street, Beaver Street, Jordan
For More Info: 315-689-9423 Website: www.jordanny.com
Starts: 9/14/2008 Ends: 9/14/2008
Event: CNYSPCA Walk & Four Legged Festival
Location: Onondaga Lake Park, 106 Lake Drive, Liverpool
For More Info: 315-454-4479 Website: www.cnyspca.org or www.OnondagaCountyParks.com
Long Branch Park Liverpool, NY
Join the CNYSPCA at our 10th annual “Walk and Four legged Festival.” All proceeds go to the CNYSPCA to help care for the animals. Ask your friends and family members to sponsor you in our walk beginning at 10:00am and enjoy contests, games, demonstrations, exhibits, food, music, and more during the festival from 11:00am-3:00pm. Special events that day: Final voting for the 2009 Calendar Contest, Dunk the Cruelty Investigators, and our adoptable pets will be strutttin’ their stuff down our runways. There will be activities for the pets, the people, and the kids. You don’t have to have a pet or need to bring a pet with you to enjoy the fun.
August 16, 2008
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
This concert will be held at Brook Farm, 2870 West Lake Road, 2.5 miles south of the village on Rt 41A
Rain Location: Skaneateles High School
Ticket prices range from $26-$20; Children under 13 free
Skaneateles Festival presents
SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
August 7 – 30… Four weeks of music that will transport you!
There’s nothing quite like the sound of an oboe amidst the crickets, or a piano concerto floating over lake water. Nestled in the heart of the Finger Lakes region, the Skaneateles Festival brings the magnificence of chamber music in all its forms to summer nights. The results, hailed as “world class”, have galvanized over 7,000 eager listeners each season and garnered close attention and bright acclaim from The New York Times, Boston Globe, Bon Appetit, The New Yorker, and The Wall Street Journal. All this, right in Skaneateles’ own beautiful Presbyterian Church, or (Saturday nights) outdoors under the stars, where listeners are welcomed to the elegance of the sloping lakeside lawn at Brook Farm – and are encouraged to celebrate with their own summer evening picnic!
The Festival will outdo itself yet again during its bold, breathtaking 29th season. Co- Artistic Directors David Ying (cellist of the Grammy-winning Ying Quartet) and Elinor Freer (pianist and musical innovator), who recently won the Festival an Award for Adventurous Programming from Chamber Music America, have expertly themed four weeks of captivating music. We’ll be treated to the jazzy metamorphoses of the Grammy Award-winning Turtle Island Quartet, the musicultural phenomenon Imani Winds, the wonder and romance of Paris and Vienna, the splendor of the concert organ, dozens of internationally renowned musicians, some of the most sublime works in the repertoire, including Bach’s beloved Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, Mozart’s magnificent Sinfonia Concertante, and Vaughan Williams’ heartrending The Lark Ascending. And, as always, an exciting array of free events, from FamilyFest! to student workshops to thoughtful, informative talks and lively post-concert receptions.
CALL 315-685-7418 FOR TICKETS OR VISIT http://www.skanfest.org for a full schedule