Nate Taylor is a folk singer/songwriter from Stroudsburg, PA. While working a two year stint in corporate New York City, he realized his true dream was to travel and play music. In February he left NYC to drive around the USA, write music, and perform. Now back east, Nate is excited to share his music with family, friends, and fans. Life on the road has given Nate a deep repertoire of original music covering the central themes of life and love from the perspective of a young man coming of age in modern America. His guitar playing has been compared to the stylings of Nick Drake while his voice is more evocative of classical singers like Josh Groban and Andrea Bocelli.
For this Sunday Music Series Nate will be performing with college friend and choir-mate Meg Clary. Meg performs all over CNY both as a vocalist and an actor.
The Cayuga Museum, in Auburn, is beginning a new monthly program. Called simply word., the new event will debut on Thursday, February 19 at 7:00 p.m. in Theater Mack. Writers can share their original work with the audience – poems, short stories, essays, segments of larger work, the spoken word, or more. Poetry, fiction or non-fiction, read or recited, word. is meant to celebrate the writer’s art and help local writers find their voice. To secure a spot on the evening’s program, writers can sign up in advance by emailing the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 253-8051. Audience members or other spontaneous readers are welcome to share their work after those who have signed up in advance have read. There will be a $3 cover fee at the door and beer, wine and soft drinks will be available.
Word. is scheduled for the third Thursday of each month through May.
Bring the whole family out for a fun-filled day at Baltimore Woods! We’ll strap on snow shoes and head out into the woods for some old-fashioned pure play. Then we’ll head back to the campfire for hot cocoa and a snowball fight! Free.
Date: Saturday, January 31, 2015 – 1:00 pm
Duration: 2 Hours
Baltimore Woods Nature Center 4007 Bishop Hill Road Marcellus, NY 13108 (315) 673-1350
Snake Oil Glassworks, Inc. is now gearing up for the 5th year edition of our infamous February fundraiser for the American Heart Association! Blowin’ Red #5 will take place on February 6, 2015 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm! If you have ever come to one of our fundraisers, you know it just the thing to chase off of those winter blues for a few hours on a cold winter evening. If you haven’t ever come, well, you need to; there is nothing else quite like it! It’s a unique and fun event for a very worthy cause with 100% of the money raised to be donated to the American Heart Association’s “Go Red For Women” campaign. The support of our generous donors and friends who attend have made it possible for us to contribute nearly $20,000 since 2011! Let’s do it again. There will be a live, hot-on-the-pipe auction and silent auction for your bidding pleasure. Snake Oil Glassworks, Inc. supplies the place, food, and entertainment. Our donors supply the many goodies available in the silent auction. Want to be a part of the action by donating an item to the silent auction? Contact us here at: email@example.com. There will be a suggested donation of $10 for the night of the event. Lorraine is already on the prowl for her outfit and shoes… It all happens on February 6, 2015!
Date: Friday, February 06, 2015 – 5:00 pm
Duration: 4 Hours
Lorraine Austin Snakeoil Glassworks, Inc. 4251 Jordan Rd Skaneateles, NY 13152
Sam Morril, one of the fastest rising comics in New York City, is also one of the best joke writers in the scene today. How do you know that’s true? Because he is writing this bio, and he wouldn’t lie about that to get extra work. He won March Madness 2010 at Comix, has performed in a Friars Roast, and was featured in a 4-page spread in the Daily News as “one of the four funniest in New York?” He then won the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta, beating out over 600 applicants. Sam was recently named a 2011 “Comic to Watch” by Comedy Central. His comedy can be heard on Sirius XM radio, and he’s a regular at all the top clubs in the city, all at the tender and supple age of 25. Come see Sam before his ego gets too big to do small rooms.