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Events for March 1

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Via Girasole Wine Bar, 3 Schoen Place , Pittsford, NY, 14534
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event every Wednesday from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023. 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar.
If you're looking for a light, laid-back live trivia experience, get it from the pub quiz industry leaders. It's Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink!
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of five rounds of five questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual elements. Plus, there's a three-question Finisher to cap it all off!
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Blue Barn Cidery, 928 Manitou Road , Hilton, NY, 14468
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring Event: Every Wednesdady from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
 

Events for March 2

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Central NY State RV Show

Central NY State RV Show Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: CNY RV Show
Location: New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Boulevard, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 877-228-8240
Email: jameskring@mindspring.com
Central NY State RV Show is bigger than ever with 9 dealers throughout 5 huge buildings. Explore great deals on popup campers, truck campers, travel trailers, fifth wheels, van campers, park models, and motor homes. Shop for quality parts and accessories too. Everything that makes it easy to gather around the campfire is available at the CNY RV Show.
This event includes clearance pricing and financing on hundreds of RVs and camper models: Closeouts, Demo’s, and Pre-owned. There will also be food trucks on hand.

 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Good Smoke BBQ, 135 W Commercial St East , Rochester, NY, 14445
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event: Every Thursday from Jan 26, 2023 to Mar 30, 2023: 6-8 p.m.
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of seven rounds of eight questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual rounds.
 

Events for March 3

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Central NY State RV Show

Central NY State RV Show Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: CNY RV Show
Location: New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Boulevard, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 877-228-8240
Email: jameskring@mindspring.com
Central NY State RV Show is bigger than ever with 9 dealers throughout 5 huge buildings. Explore great deals on popup campers, truck campers, travel trailers, fifth wheels, van campers, park models, and motor homes. Shop for quality parts and accessories too. Everything that makes it easy to gather around the campfire is available at the CNY RV Show.
This event includes clearance pricing and financing on hundreds of RVs and camper models: Closeouts, Demo’s, and Pre-owned. There will also be food trucks on hand.

 

Gardens After Dark: Enchanted Winter Escape

Gardens After Dark: Enchanted Winter Escape Time: 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Buffalo Botanical Gardens
Location: 2655 South Park Ave. , Buffalo, NY, 14218
Phone: 1-716-827-1584
Visit the Botanical Gardens after dark for this magical experience. The Botanical Gardens and the plant collection will be highlighted with soft lighting to enhance the shapes, sizes, textures and colors of all the plants and the larger than life glass conservatory. Visitors will enjoy this Enchanted Winter Escape as light bounces off the glass and onto the plants, rocks glow through the desert and twinkling decorative elements hang over head. This is an illuminated self-guided tour into tropical flora is perfect for a date night, a day off from school with the kids and a fun night with friends. There are also themed nights throughout the season.

 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Brave Brews Festival

Brave Brews Festival
Location: 25 South Street, Auburn, NY, 13021
Email: courtney@auburndowntown.org
Join us for the second annual winter festival in Auburn, NY, supporting the women and non-binary individuals of New York’s burgeoning craft beverage industry.
Brave Brews: Celebrating Women in Craft Beverage Festival was inspired by the growing success of Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day® held at Prison City Brewing each March. This annual ritual is now part of an expanded event to kickoff Women’s History Month featuring Prison City’s Fire & Ice Festival. Come experience a weekend to remember in the place where brave women winter, featuring special guests, specialty tours, and the coolest brewfest in town.
 

Events for March 4

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Central NY State RV Show

Central NY State RV Show Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: CNY RV Show
Location: New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Boulevard, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 877-228-8240
Email: jameskring@mindspring.com
Central NY State RV Show is bigger than ever with 9 dealers throughout 5 huge buildings. Explore great deals on popup campers, truck campers, travel trailers, fifth wheels, van campers, park models, and motor homes. Shop for quality parts and accessories too. Everything that makes it easy to gather around the campfire is available at the CNY RV Show.
This event includes clearance pricing and financing on hundreds of RVs and camper models: Closeouts, Demo’s, and Pre-owned. There will also be food trucks on hand.

 

Gardens After Dark: Enchanted Winter Escape

Gardens After Dark: Enchanted Winter Escape Time: 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Buffalo Botanical Gardens
Location: 2655 South Park Ave. , Buffalo, NY, 14218
Phone: 1-716-827-1584
Visit the Botanical Gardens after dark for this magical experience. The Botanical Gardens and the plant collection will be highlighted with soft lighting to enhance the shapes, sizes, textures and colors of all the plants and the larger than life glass conservatory. Visitors will enjoy this Enchanted Winter Escape as light bounces off the glass and onto the plants, rocks glow through the desert and twinkling decorative elements hang over head. This is an illuminated self-guided tour into tropical flora is perfect for a date night, a day off from school with the kids and a fun night with friends. There are also themed nights throughout the season.

 

Barrel Fest

Barrel Fest Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Adirondack Pub & Brewery
Location: 33 Canada Street , Lake George, NY, 12845
Phone: 518-668-0002
Email: yum@adkbrewery.com
A celebration of all things barrel-aged. Dozens of area craft breweries, and some outside of the country, come to our brewery to pour samples of their fantastic barrel-aged nice liquids and enjoy late winter in the Adirondacks. There will also be a fireworks, hot food, and a multiple story bonfire to keep everyone warm.
 

Woodstock Farm Festival Winter Indoor Market

Woodstock Farm Festival Winter Indoor Market Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Bearsville Center Utopia Soundstage, 93 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY, 12498
Email: woodstockfarmfest@gmail.com
A celebration of local farmers, producers and artisans. Featuring locally roasted coffee, grains and beans, pasture raised meats, fresh produce and muh more. Saturdays, biweekly through April 7th.
 

Adirondack Brewery Barrel Fest

Adirondack Brewery Barrel Fest Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Adirondack Pub and Brewery,
Location: 33 Canada St., Lake George, NY, 12845
Phone: 518-668-0002
Adirondack Brewery's premier beer festival, featuring exclusively barrel-aged beer, cider, wine, and more! Enjoy barrel-aged beverages from throughout the Northeast. In addition to the wide array of beverages available to taste, you can enjoy music & dancing, food trucks, a HUGE bonfire, fireworks, snacks and more!
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Brave Brews Festival

Brave Brews Festival
Location: 25 South Street, Auburn, NY, 13021
Email: courtney@auburndowntown.org
Join us for the second annual winter festival in Auburn, NY, supporting the women and non-binary individuals of New York’s burgeoning craft beverage industry.
Brave Brews: Celebrating Women in Craft Beverage Festival was inspired by the growing success of Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day® held at Prison City Brewing each March. This annual ritual is now part of an expanded event to kickoff Women’s History Month featuring Prison City’s Fire & Ice Festival. Come experience a weekend to remember in the place where brave women winter, featuring special guests, specialty tours, and the coolest brewfest in town.
 

Shadow Hill Maple Festival

Shadow Hill Maple Festival Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 7259 Lakeside Road, Ontario, NY, 14519
Phone: 1-315-524-2190
Email: info@shadowhillcorp.com
Spend a fun filled family day on the farm learning how syrup is made, tasting the many maple products, walking the trails and partake in hot, fresh, donuts and a pancake breakfast! One of the largest maple sugar farms in New York, you will find have maple granola, maple covered nuts, maple cotton candy, maple hot sauce, maple barbecue sauce, maple mustard, maple cream, infused maple syrup and bourbon-aged maple syrup available for sale.
 

Events for March 5

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Central NY State RV Show

Central NY State RV Show Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: CNY RV Show
Location: New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Boulevard, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 877-228-8240
Email: jameskring@mindspring.com
Central NY State RV Show is bigger than ever with 9 dealers throughout 5 huge buildings. Explore great deals on popup campers, truck campers, travel trailers, fifth wheels, van campers, park models, and motor homes. Shop for quality parts and accessories too. Everything that makes it easy to gather around the campfire is available at the CNY RV Show.
This event includes clearance pricing and financing on hundreds of RVs and camper models: Closeouts, Demo’s, and Pre-owned. There will also be food trucks on hand.

 

Gardens After Dark: Enchanted Winter Escape

Gardens After Dark: Enchanted Winter Escape Time: 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Buffalo Botanical Gardens
Location: 2655 South Park Ave. , Buffalo, NY, 14218
Phone: 1-716-827-1584
Visit the Botanical Gardens after dark for this magical experience. The Botanical Gardens and the plant collection will be highlighted with soft lighting to enhance the shapes, sizes, textures and colors of all the plants and the larger than life glass conservatory. Visitors will enjoy this Enchanted Winter Escape as light bounces off the glass and onto the plants, rocks glow through the desert and twinkling decorative elements hang over head. This is an illuminated self-guided tour into tropical flora is perfect for a date night, a day off from school with the kids and a fun night with friends. There are also themed nights throughout the season.

 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Brave Brews Festival

Brave Brews Festival
Location: 25 South Street, Auburn, NY, 13021
Email: courtney@auburndowntown.org
Join us for the second annual winter festival in Auburn, NY, supporting the women and non-binary individuals of New York’s burgeoning craft beverage industry.
Brave Brews: Celebrating Women in Craft Beverage Festival was inspired by the growing success of Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day® held at Prison City Brewing each March. This annual ritual is now part of an expanded event to kickoff Women’s History Month featuring Prison City’s Fire & Ice Festival. Come experience a weekend to remember in the place where brave women winter, featuring special guests, specialty tours, and the coolest brewfest in town.
 

Shadow Hill Maple Festival

Shadow Hill Maple Festival Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 7259 Lakeside Road, Ontario, NY, 14519
Phone: 1-315-524-2190
Email: info@shadowhillcorp.com
Spend a fun filled family day on the farm learning how syrup is made, tasting the many maple products, walking the trails and partake in hot, fresh, donuts and a pancake breakfast! One of the largest maple sugar farms in New York, you will find have maple granola, maple covered nuts, maple cotton candy, maple hot sauce, maple barbecue sauce, maple mustard, maple cream, infused maple syrup and bourbon-aged maple syrup available for sale.
 

Albany Pro Musica presents, "Star Song"

Albany Pro Musica presents, "Star Song" Time: 3:00 PM
Location: 30 Second Street, Troy, NY, 12180
Phone: 518-273-0038
Email: info@troymusichall.org
Albany Pro Musica will present the New York State premiere of Star Song, a 12-movement work for chorus, chamber orchestra, and soloists. This work, written by APM composer-in-residence Bradley Ellingboe, incorporates texts drawn from a variety of cultures and through a span of centuries ranging from the 8th century BCE to the present day, and sung in English, Latin, Hebrew, and French. The work examines the idea that we are all made of atoms that are unfathomably old, having been formed at the moment of creation. This performance will feature the American Modern Ensemble.
 

Events for March 6

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Leaf Air LLC
Location: 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury, NY, 12804
Phone: 518-502-3371
Email: team@womenofaviationweek.org
Leaf Air is proud to participate in "Women of Aviation Week", an international aviation awareness week for girls and women of all ages to encourage them to look into aviation for a career or hobby. Leaf Air instructors and pilots will be on hand to talk about their flying experiences, provide information on different career opportunities and answer questions from both men and women about what it takes to become a pilot! There will also be flights to introduce girls and women of all ages to the small training aircraft where it all begins! During this flight you will see what flying is all about, and what you will learn as you become a pilot! Family Flights will also be available.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Events for March 7

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Leaf Air LLC
Location: 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury, NY, 12804
Phone: 518-502-3371
Email: team@womenofaviationweek.org
Leaf Air is proud to participate in "Women of Aviation Week", an international aviation awareness week for girls and women of all ages to encourage them to look into aviation for a career or hobby. Leaf Air instructors and pilots will be on hand to talk about their flying experiences, provide information on different career opportunities and answer questions from both men and women about what it takes to become a pilot! There will also be flights to introduce girls and women of all ages to the small training aircraft where it all begins! During this flight you will see what flying is all about, and what you will learn as you become a pilot! Family Flights will also be available.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Events for March 8

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Leaf Air LLC
Location: 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury, NY, 12804
Phone: 518-502-3371
Email: team@womenofaviationweek.org
Leaf Air is proud to participate in "Women of Aviation Week", an international aviation awareness week for girls and women of all ages to encourage them to look into aviation for a career or hobby. Leaf Air instructors and pilots will be on hand to talk about their flying experiences, provide information on different career opportunities and answer questions from both men and women about what it takes to become a pilot! There will also be flights to introduce girls and women of all ages to the small training aircraft where it all begins! During this flight you will see what flying is all about, and what you will learn as you become a pilot! Family Flights will also be available.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Via Girasole Wine Bar, 3 Schoen Place , Pittsford, NY, 14534
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event every Wednesday from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023. 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar.
If you're looking for a light, laid-back live trivia experience, get it from the pub quiz industry leaders. It's Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink!
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of five rounds of five questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual elements. Plus, there's a three-question Finisher to cap it all off!
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Blue Barn Cidery, 928 Manitou Road , Hilton, NY, 14468
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring Event: Every Wednesdady from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
 

NCAA Skiing Championships

NCAA Skiing Championships
Location: 31 Van Hoevenberg Way, Lake Placid, NY, 12946
Phone: 518-523-2811
Email: info@orda.org
The New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority, in conjunction with St. Lawrence University, will host the 2023 NCAA Skiing Championships March 8-11 at Whiteface Mountain and Mt Van Hoevenberg.

This will be the fourth time the NCAA Skiing Championships have been held at the Olympic venues in Lake Placid, including 1980 when Lake Placid and Stowe, Vt. co-hosted the event. The Olympic Authority and St. Lawrence hosted the championships in 1982 and then again in 2015 – both won by the University of Colorado.
 

Events for March 9

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Leaf Air LLC
Location: 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury, NY, 12804
Phone: 518-502-3371
Email: team@womenofaviationweek.org
Leaf Air is proud to participate in "Women of Aviation Week", an international aviation awareness week for girls and women of all ages to encourage them to look into aviation for a career or hobby. Leaf Air instructors and pilots will be on hand to talk about their flying experiences, provide information on different career opportunities and answer questions from both men and women about what it takes to become a pilot! There will also be flights to introduce girls and women of all ages to the small training aircraft where it all begins! During this flight you will see what flying is all about, and what you will learn as you become a pilot! Family Flights will also be available.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

NCAA Skiing Championships

NCAA Skiing Championships
Location: 31 Van Hoevenberg Way, Lake Placid, NY, 12946
Phone: 518-523-2811
Email: info@orda.org
The New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority, in conjunction with St. Lawrence University, will host the 2023 NCAA Skiing Championships March 8-11 at Whiteface Mountain and Mt Van Hoevenberg.

This will be the fourth time the NCAA Skiing Championships have been held at the Olympic venues in Lake Placid, including 1980 when Lake Placid and Stowe, Vt. co-hosted the event. The Olympic Authority and St. Lawrence hosted the championships in 1982 and then again in 2015 – both won by the University of Colorado.
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Good Smoke BBQ, 135 W Commercial St East , Rochester, NY, 14445
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event: Every Thursday from Jan 26, 2023 to Mar 30, 2023: 6-8 p.m.
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of seven rounds of eight questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual rounds.
 

Events for March 10

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Leaf Air LLC
Location: 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury, NY, 12804
Phone: 518-502-3371
Email: team@womenofaviationweek.org
Leaf Air is proud to participate in "Women of Aviation Week", an international aviation awareness week for girls and women of all ages to encourage them to look into aviation for a career or hobby. Leaf Air instructors and pilots will be on hand to talk about their flying experiences, provide information on different career opportunities and answer questions from both men and women about what it takes to become a pilot! There will also be flights to introduce girls and women of all ages to the small training aircraft where it all begins! During this flight you will see what flying is all about, and what you will learn as you become a pilot! Family Flights will also be available.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

NCAA Skiing Championships

NCAA Skiing Championships
Location: 31 Van Hoevenberg Way, Lake Placid, NY, 12946
Phone: 518-523-2811
Email: info@orda.org
The New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority, in conjunction with St. Lawrence University, will host the 2023 NCAA Skiing Championships March 8-11 at Whiteface Mountain and Mt Van Hoevenberg.

This will be the fourth time the NCAA Skiing Championships have been held at the Olympic venues in Lake Placid, including 1980 when Lake Placid and Stowe, Vt. co-hosted the event. The Olympic Authority and St. Lawrence hosted the championships in 1982 and then again in 2015 – both won by the University of Colorado.
 

Spring Montezuma Field Trip

Spring Montezuma Field Trip Time: 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-673-1350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
Join us for a wild goose chase during one of the most exciting periods of waterfowl migration at Montezuma! Possible sightings include large numbers of Snow Geese, along with a variety of other goose, duck, and swan species.
This program is designed for teens and adults.
Please meet us at the Montezuma visitor center.
Bring binoculars if you have them and dress warmly. Extra binoculars and spotting scopes will be available.
 

Events for March 11

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Leaf Air LLC
Location: 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury, NY, 12804
Phone: 518-502-3371
Email: team@womenofaviationweek.org
Leaf Air is proud to participate in "Women of Aviation Week", an international aviation awareness week for girls and women of all ages to encourage them to look into aviation for a career or hobby. Leaf Air instructors and pilots will be on hand to talk about their flying experiences, provide information on different career opportunities and answer questions from both men and women about what it takes to become a pilot! There will also be flights to introduce girls and women of all ages to the small training aircraft where it all begins! During this flight you will see what flying is all about, and what you will learn as you become a pilot! Family Flights will also be available.
 

Syracuse Motorsports Expo

Syracuse Motorsports Expo
Location: NYS Fairgrounds, Center of Progress Building, 581 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 315-374-2839
Email: jeremiecorcoran@rocketmail.com
Saturday 10am to 8pm; Sunday 11am to 4pm
Great family fun and entertainment at the 35th Annual Syracuse Motorsports Expo Exposition and Trade Show... New York's largest motorsports exposition and trade show! The Expo will be filled from wall to wall with race cars from all divisions, racetracks on both the dirt and asphalt families along with many sanctioning bodies to meet and greet everyone. Speedway displays, safety equipment suppliers, racing apparel, lettering & embroidery, novelty items, video producers, plus much, much more!!!
 

Salt City Spring Antiques Show

Salt City Spring Antiques Show Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Horticulture Building, 581 State Fair Boulevard, , Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 315-686-5789
Email: allman@gisco.net
Saturday: 9am to 5pm; Sunday: 10am to 5pm
A Spring tradition for over 30 years with 150 Exhibitors in draped booths. The perfect cure for Cabin Fever since 1990! Antiques, Collectibles and Vintage items. Plus: Opportunities to connect with dealers on the possible sale of antiques you own; Free parking, with handicapped spaces; Porter service and worldwide shipping available; and restaurant available.
 

Thurman Maple Days

Thurman Maple Days Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Various locations, Thurman, NY, 12810
Email: VisitThurman@gmail.com
Have a sweet time come March in Thurman! For three consecutive weekends the area celebrates all things maple and you won't want to miss out on samples, tours of participating farms, and more. Come hungry! There will be syrup samplings, pancake breakfasts and more. Enjoy a wide variety of activities–demonstrations, tours, samples and some super shopping for farm products and artisan wares. You’ll be welcomed into the lives of our local farmers and learn what its like to walk in their shoes….or snowshoes.
 

Syracuse St. Patrick's Day Parade

Syracuse St. Patrick's Day Parade Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Salina Street, Syracuse, NY, 13218
Email: info@syracusestpatricksparade.org
Run entirely by volunteers, the Syracuse St Patrick’s Parade brings Irish heritage and culture to the streets of Syracuse. Join the celebration in downtown Syracuse; the route is along Salina Street in Downtown Syracuse.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

NCAA Skiing Championships

NCAA Skiing Championships
Location: 31 Van Hoevenberg Way, Lake Placid, NY, 12946
Phone: 518-523-2811
Email: info@orda.org
The New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority, in conjunction with St. Lawrence University, will host the 2023 NCAA Skiing Championships March 8-11 at Whiteface Mountain and Mt Van Hoevenberg.

This will be the fourth time the NCAA Skiing Championships have been held at the Olympic venues in Lake Placid, including 1980 when Lake Placid and Stowe, Vt. co-hosted the event. The Olympic Authority and St. Lawrence hosted the championships in 1982 and then again in 2015 – both won by the University of Colorado.
 

Winter Farmers Market at Baltimore Woods

Winter Farmers Market at Baltimore Woods Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-673-1350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
At the winter indoor farmers market, shoppers will find a wide variety of high quality, locally grown and produced items like meats, fresh vegetables, maple products, prepared foods, baked goods, coffee, and specialty hand-crafted items.
 

Shadow Hill Maple Festival

Shadow Hill Maple Festival Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 7259 Lakeside Road, Ontario, NY, 14519
Phone: 1-315-524-2190
Email: info@shadowhillcorp.com
Spend a fun filled family day on the farm learning how syrup is made, tasting the many maple products, walking the trails and partake in hot, fresh, donuts and a pancake breakfast! One of the largest maple sugar farms in New York, you will find have maple granola, maple covered nuts, maple cotton candy, maple hot sauce, maple barbecue sauce, maple mustard, maple cream, infused maple syrup and bourbon-aged maple syrup available for sale.
 

Events for March 12

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward

Women of Aviation Week-Fly it Forward Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Leaf Air LLC
Location: 443 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury, NY, 12804
Phone: 518-502-3371
Email: team@womenofaviationweek.org
Leaf Air is proud to participate in "Women of Aviation Week", an international aviation awareness week for girls and women of all ages to encourage them to look into aviation for a career or hobby. Leaf Air instructors and pilots will be on hand to talk about their flying experiences, provide information on different career opportunities and answer questions from both men and women about what it takes to become a pilot! There will also be flights to introduce girls and women of all ages to the small training aircraft where it all begins! During this flight you will see what flying is all about, and what you will learn as you become a pilot! Family Flights will also be available.
 

Thurman Maple Days

Thurman Maple Days Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Various locations, Thurman, NY, 12810
Email: VisitThurman@gmail.com
Have a sweet time come March in Thurman! For three consecutive weekends the area celebrates all things maple and you won't want to miss out on samples, tours of participating farms, and more. Come hungry! There will be syrup samplings, pancake breakfasts and more. Enjoy a wide variety of activities–demonstrations, tours, samples and some super shopping for farm products and artisan wares. You’ll be welcomed into the lives of our local farmers and learn what its like to walk in their shoes….or snowshoes.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Shadow Hill Maple Festival

Shadow Hill Maple Festival Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 7259 Lakeside Road, Ontario, NY, 14519
Phone: 1-315-524-2190
Email: info@shadowhillcorp.com
Spend a fun filled family day on the farm learning how syrup is made, tasting the many maple products, walking the trails and partake in hot, fresh, donuts and a pancake breakfast! One of the largest maple sugar farms in New York, you will find have maple granola, maple covered nuts, maple cotton candy, maple hot sauce, maple barbecue sauce, maple mustard, maple cream, infused maple syrup and bourbon-aged maple syrup available for sale.
 

Jupiter Ensemble and Lea Desandre, mezzo

Jupiter Ensemble and Lea Desandre, mezzo Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 807 Union St., Schenectady, NY, 12308
Phone: 518-941-4331
Email: boxoffice@capitalregionclassical.org
Founded by renowned lutenist Thomas Dunford, this early music ensemble has quickly garnered a reputation as one of Europe’s best, performing at London’s Wigmore Hall, Berlin’s Philharmonie, and Paris’s Salle Gaveau. Joined by leading French mezzo-soprano Lea Desandre, the group offers an incredible Vivaldi program.

ALL-VIVALDI
 

Easy Event Planning Wedding & Party Expo March 12th (Binghamton)

Easy Event Planning Wedding & Party Expo March 12th (Binghamton) Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: 2-8 Hawley Street, Binghamton, NY, 13901
Email: weddingshow@easyeventplanning.com
For the first time since 2005, our popular wedding expo has been expanded. We invite you to attend if you need vendors for a milestone event, such as a wedding, baby shower, graduation party, bar or bat mitzvah, anniversary party, birthday party, rehearsal dinner and more! Those planning corporate events are invited to attend as well.
Win a fabulous 7-night stay for two at the exclusive Grand Mayan resort - a trip valued at over $4000 - or a fabulous door prize! Taste delicious food samples, view top formal wear from several salons and get all of your planning finished in a day! Those who preregister get two chances to win door prizes at the show. Space is limited, so register today!
 

Events for March 13

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Lark Hall Winter Market

Lark Hall Winter Market Time: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 351 Hudson Ave, Albany, NY, 12210
Phone: 518-599-5804
Email: Jenn@larkhallalbany.com
Lark Hall will host Winter Market, the first in a series of monthly market events in the historic concert hall located at the corner of Lark Street and Hudson Ave. in Albany. Each month, the market will feature more than 20 makers, farmers, and food vendors, as well as live musical performances from various local artists. Come shop local vendors, sip some brunch beverages from our bar and enjoy the Lark Street Community. Upcoming market dates are:
Jan. 9; Feb. 6; March 13; and April 3.
 

Events for March 14

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Events for March 15

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox Host/Presenter: Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Location: 30 Second Street, Troy, NY, 12180
Phone: 518-273-0038
Email: info@troymusichall.org
“Times change and trends come and go, but -- like a 1961 Jaguar XK-E -- the classic sounds of the past only appreciate with age. Postmodern Jukebox's Life In The Past Lane Concert Tour is a celebration of the greatest 20th century musical genres, fused with the recognizable hits of our own modern era, for the perfect patina of "vintage" and "modern." As always, the PMJ Universe will come to life with a cast full of today's most exciting vocalists, instrumentalists, and tap dancers, to bring you the top-shelf entertainment experience for which PMJ is known. Whether you're a vinyl aficionado or a TikTok fashionista, catch a ride for an unforgettable trip through 100 years of timeless music.”
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Via Girasole Wine Bar, 3 Schoen Place , Pittsford, NY, 14534
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event every Wednesday from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023. 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar.
If you're looking for a light, laid-back live trivia experience, get it from the pub quiz industry leaders. It's Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink!
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of five rounds of five questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual elements. Plus, there's a three-question Finisher to cap it all off!
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Blue Barn Cidery, 928 Manitou Road , Hilton, NY, 14468
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring Event: Every Wednesdady from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
 

Events for March 16

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Good Smoke BBQ, 135 W Commercial St East , Rochester, NY, 14445
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event: Every Thursday from Jan 26, 2023 to Mar 30, 2023: 6-8 p.m.
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of seven rounds of eight questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual rounds.
 

Events for March 17

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Jurassic Quest!

 Jurassic Quest! Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Center of Progress Building, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Friday 12-8pm; Saturday 9am to 8pm; Sunday 9am to 7pm
Come see for yourself why Jurassic Quest is America’s biggest and most popular dinosaur event! Jurassic Quest and our skyscraping dinosaurs bring supersized family fun – only here can you get up close to life-size, realistic dinos, and even see them move and roar! Whether the dinos had skin that was scaly, feathers or fur, Jurassic Quest has spared no expense to bring the dinosaurs to life.
Walk through the Cretaceous, Jurassic and Triassic periods, and “Deep Dive” into the “Ancient Oceans” exhibit with ancient ocean dwellers including the largest apex predator that ever existed – a moving, life-size, 50-foot-long Megalodon!
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Lucky's St. Patrick's Day Crawl - Rochester

Lucky's St. Patrick's Day Crawl - Rochester Time: 4:00 PM - 11:45 PM
Location: Twisted Tap, 200 East Avenue, Rochester, NY, 14607
Phone: 612-460-0094
Email: Support@CrawlWith.US
Join in the luckiest bar crawl ever - two days of fun - pay once and crawl twice! Event includes 1-2 complimentary drinks or shots, exclusive drink specials, food specials at select locations, professional photographers, custom badge and lanyard and a totally awesome after party! There is a waived cover at all venues with a ticket.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1315924922503164/
 

Events for March 18

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Jurassic Quest!

 Jurassic Quest! Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Center of Progress Building, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Friday 12-8pm; Saturday 9am to 8pm; Sunday 9am to 7pm
Come see for yourself why Jurassic Quest is America’s biggest and most popular dinosaur event! Jurassic Quest and our skyscraping dinosaurs bring supersized family fun – only here can you get up close to life-size, realistic dinos, and even see them move and roar! Whether the dinos had skin that was scaly, feathers or fur, Jurassic Quest has spared no expense to bring the dinosaurs to life.
Walk through the Cretaceous, Jurassic and Triassic periods, and “Deep Dive” into the “Ancient Oceans” exhibit with ancient ocean dwellers including the largest apex predator that ever existed – a moving, life-size, 50-foot-long Megalodon!
 

Maple Fest at the Hoot

Maple Fest at the Hoot Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Hoot
Location: Ashokan Center, 477 Beaverkill Road, Olivebridge, NY, 12461
Phone: 914-466-8334
Come enjoy many flavors of hot chocolate & outdoor fun! Live jugglers (Saturday) and ice sculpture (Sunday), blacksmithing demos, self-guided nature walks on miles of beautiful trails, cozy campfires, live music, and sledding if it snows (bring your own sled)!
 

Woodstock Farm Festival Winter Indoor Market

Woodstock Farm Festival Winter Indoor Market Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Bearsville Center Utopia Soundstage, 93 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY, 12498
Email: woodstockfarmfest@gmail.com
A celebration of local farmers, producers and artisans. Featuring locally roasted coffee, grains and beans, pasture raised meats, fresh produce and muh more. Saturdays, biweekly through April 7th.
 

Thurman Maple Days

Thurman Maple Days Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Various locations, Thurman, NY, 12810
Email: VisitThurman@gmail.com
Have a sweet time come March in Thurman! For three consecutive weekends the area celebrates all things maple and you won't want to miss out on samples, tours of participating farms, and more. Come hungry! There will be syrup samplings, pancake breakfasts and more. Enjoy a wide variety of activities–demonstrations, tours, samples and some super shopping for farm products and artisan wares. You’ll be welcomed into the lives of our local farmers and learn what its like to walk in their shoes….or snowshoes.
 

Maple Sugar Festival

Maple Sugar Festival Time: 7:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Host/Presenter: Genesse Country Village & Museum
Location: 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY, 14511
Phone: 585-538-6822
Tap into the sweet history of maple sugaring at GCV&M's annual Maple Sugar Festival! 🍁🥞
Gather family and friends to enjoy an outdoor exploration of the history of maple sugaring in NY State. Start your adventure at Sugarhouse, then, journey through a 19th-century sugar camp to see the techniques and tools that early settlers used to collect sap and make maple sugar. Meander in and out of historic homes around the Village and explore uses for maple syrup and sugar – and even sample some historic “receipts" (called recipes, today!).

Plus, foodies will delight in a selection of maple-themed goodies, from "pancake plates" to Rohrbach's Griddle Cakes Ale! Don’t forget to visit the Flint Hill Store, where you can find maple products made with syrup tapped right here at GCV&M.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Lucky's St. Patrick's Day Crawl - Rochester

Lucky's St. Patrick's Day Crawl - Rochester Time: 4:00 PM - 11:45 PM
Location: Twisted Tap, 200 East Avenue, Rochester, NY, 14607
Phone: 612-460-0094
Email: Support@CrawlWith.US
Join in the luckiest bar crawl ever - two days of fun - pay once and crawl twice! Event includes 1-2 complimentary drinks or shots, exclusive drink specials, food specials at select locations, professional photographers, custom badge and lanyard and a totally awesome after party! There is a waived cover at all venues with a ticket.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1315924922503164/
 

Wonderful Woodcocks

Wonderful Woodcocks Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-673-1350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
Woodcocks are among the first birds to help us welcome the spring season. These well-camouflaged, rotund shorebirds are known for their dramatic dance across the sky at sunrise and sunset. On a special field trip to the Central New York Land Trust’s Pleasant Valley Preserve, which provides ideal woodcock habitat including fields and brushy areas, we will learn about how these resourceful birds survive and thrive.
We hope to observe the male’s elaborate skydance courtship display, and we will also play some games to help us learn about how woodcocks catch their prey and hide from predators.
This program is designed for ages 5 and up.
Please meet us at Pleasant Valley Preserve and carpool, if possible, due to limited parking.
 

Shadow Hill Maple Festival

Shadow Hill Maple Festival Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 7259 Lakeside Road, Ontario, NY, 14519
Phone: 1-315-524-2190
Email: info@shadowhillcorp.com
Spend a fun filled family day on the farm learning how syrup is made, tasting the many maple products, walking the trails and partake in hot, fresh, donuts and a pancake breakfast! One of the largest maple sugar farms in New York, you will find have maple granola, maple covered nuts, maple cotton candy, maple hot sauce, maple barbecue sauce, maple mustard, maple cream, infused maple syrup and bourbon-aged maple syrup available for sale.
 

Events for March 19

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Jurassic Quest!

 Jurassic Quest! Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Center of Progress Building, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Friday 12-8pm; Saturday 9am to 8pm; Sunday 9am to 7pm
Come see for yourself why Jurassic Quest is America’s biggest and most popular dinosaur event! Jurassic Quest and our skyscraping dinosaurs bring supersized family fun – only here can you get up close to life-size, realistic dinos, and even see them move and roar! Whether the dinos had skin that was scaly, feathers or fur, Jurassic Quest has spared no expense to bring the dinosaurs to life.
Walk through the Cretaceous, Jurassic and Triassic periods, and “Deep Dive” into the “Ancient Oceans” exhibit with ancient ocean dwellers including the largest apex predator that ever existed – a moving, life-size, 50-foot-long Megalodon!
 

Maple Fest at the Hoot

Maple Fest at the Hoot Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Hoot
Location: Ashokan Center, 477 Beaverkill Road, Olivebridge, NY, 12461
Phone: 914-466-8334
Come enjoy many flavors of hot chocolate & outdoor fun! Live jugglers (Saturday) and ice sculpture (Sunday), blacksmithing demos, self-guided nature walks on miles of beautiful trails, cozy campfires, live music, and sledding if it snows (bring your own sled)!
 

Buffalo's St. Patrick's Day Parade

Buffalo's St. Patrick's Day Parade Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Deleware Ave., Buffalo , NY, 14202
Phone: 716-875-0282
Email: information@buffalostpatricksdayparade.com
One of the nations largest St Patrick's Day Parade's takes place right here in Buffalo, NY! The Buffalo St. Patrick's Day parade takes off from Niagara Square in Downtown Buffalo at 2:00 PM and will continue down Delaware Ave. ending at North St. The Parade last roughly 2 hours and is filled with music, dancers, first responders, and other amazing organizations from across Western New York.

 

Buffalo Motorama

Buffalo Motorama
Location: Buffalo Convention Center, 153 Franklin St., Buffalo, NY, 14202
Phone: 716-222-2590
Email: joe@buffalomotorama.com
Friday March 24th 2023 - 4pm - 9pm
Saturday March 25th 2023 - 11am - 9pm
Sunday March 26th 2023 - 10am - 5pm

The Buffalo Motorama is the largest indoor custom car and bike show this side of NY state, with something for everyone. The event includes Builders, Movie & TV Cars, Sabres Alumni, Star Wars & Super Hero Characters, Marketplace, Live Bands, Pinstriping and more!
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Shadow Hill Maple Festival

Shadow Hill Maple Festival Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 7259 Lakeside Road, Ontario, NY, 14519
Phone: 1-315-524-2190
Email: info@shadowhillcorp.com
Spend a fun filled family day on the farm learning how syrup is made, tasting the many maple products, walking the trails and partake in hot, fresh, donuts and a pancake breakfast! One of the largest maple sugar farms in New York, you will find have maple granola, maple covered nuts, maple cotton candy, maple hot sauce, maple barbecue sauce, maple mustard, maple cream, infused maple syrup and bourbon-aged maple syrup available for sale.
 

Paul Lewis, piano

Paul Lewis, piano Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 807 Union St., Schenectady, NY, 12308
Phone: 518-941-4331
Email: boxoffice@capitalregionclassical.org
This British pianist has cemented his place among the great pianists of our time through his celebrated performances of works from the German canon. We’re thrilled to present Lewis in the first of two programs featuring the piano sonatas of Franz Schubert.

ALL-SCHUBERT Part I
E-flat major Sonata, D. 568
A-minor Sonata, D. 784
D-major Sonata, D. 850
 

Events for March 20

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Events for March 21

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Events for March 22

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Via Girasole Wine Bar, 3 Schoen Place , Pittsford, NY, 14534
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event every Wednesday from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023. 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar.
If you're looking for a light, laid-back live trivia experience, get it from the pub quiz industry leaders. It's Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink!
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of five rounds of five questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual elements. Plus, there's a three-question Finisher to cap it all off!
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Blue Barn Cidery, 928 Manitou Road , Hilton, NY, 14468
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring Event: Every Wednesdady from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
 

Events for March 23

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Good Smoke BBQ, 135 W Commercial St East , Rochester, NY, 14445
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event: Every Thursday from Jan 26, 2023 to Mar 30, 2023: 6-8 p.m.
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of seven rounds of eight questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual rounds.
 

The Geneva Jazz Festival

The Geneva Jazz Festival Time: 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: 427 Exchange Street, Geneva, NY, 14456
Phone: 315-294-0247
Email: info@genevajazzfest.com
Geneva Jazz Festival has assembled a diverse selection of brilliant jazz musicians to perform traditional, classic, smooth, modern, vocal, and fusion jazz styles. A true showcase of jazz artistry and in the hands of masterful performers. This event is presented by FLX Music 247 and FLIMA Productions in conjunction with The Smith Arts Center 6th Annual Scott Lafaro Celebration honoring the jazz bassist and Geneva native.  For more information and the event schedule, please visit: www.genevajazzfest.com
 

Shawn Halloran LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA

Shawn Halloran LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: https://bullfinchbrewpub.com/
Location: Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd W, Syracuse, NY, 13204
Email: bullfinchbrewpub@gmail.com
Live music from 6 PM - 9 PM at Bullfinch Brewpub in Destiny USA. Shawn Halloran is a singer and songwriter from Syracuse, New York who plays a wide variety of acoustic rock. He enjoys reinventing songs that everyone knows while also introducing his own material..
Shawn's website: http://shawnhalloranmusic.com/
Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned restaurant and brewery located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall. 306 Hiawatha Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13204
 

Events for March 24

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Garden and Flower Show

Garden and Flower Show Time: 10:00 AM
Host/Presenter: Hudson Valley Community College
Location: 80 Vandenburgh Ave , Troy, NY, 12180
Phone: 1-518-631-2288
Renowned for its full-scale landscape exhibits and creatively designed gardens, the Capital District Garden & Flower Show brings together local landscape professionals to transform the McDonough Sports Complex at Hudson Valley Community College into a backyard environment complete with shrubs, flowers, ponds, waterfalls, retaining walls, sidewalks, and lawns. There will be demonstrations, lectures, and presentations from local and regional experts; plants, bulbs, flowers, and seeds available for sale; soil testing by the Cornell Cooperative Extension; a Garden Cafe; and much more. Partial proceeds from the show benefit Wildwood Programs, which serves individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities, complex learning disabilities, and autism.

 

Buffalo Motorama

Buffalo Motorama
Location: Buffalo Convention Center, 153 Franklin St,, Buffalo, NY, 14202
Phone: 716-222-2590
Email: joe@buffalomotorama.com
Friday March 24th 2023 - 4pm - 9pm
Saturday March 25th 2023 - 11am - 9pm
Sunday March 26th 2023 - 10am - 5pm

The Buffalo Motorama is the largest indoor custom car and bike show this side of NY state, with something for everyone. The event includes Builders, Movie & TV Cars, Sabres Alumni, Star Wars & Super Hero Characters, Marketplace, Live Bands, Pinstriping and more!
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

The Geneva Jazz Festival

The Geneva Jazz Festival Time: 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: 427 Exchange Street, Geneva, NY, 14456
Phone: 315-294-0247
Email: info@genevajazzfest.com
Geneva Jazz Festival has assembled a diverse selection of brilliant jazz musicians to perform traditional, classic, smooth, modern, vocal, and fusion jazz styles. A true showcase of jazz artistry and in the hands of masterful performers. This event is presented by FLX Music 247 and FLIMA Productions in conjunction with The Smith Arts Center 6th Annual Scott Lafaro Celebration honoring the jazz bassist and Geneva native.  For more information and the event schedule, please visit: www.genevajazzfest.com
 

Spring Equinox Hike

Spring Equinox Hike Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-673-1350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
Spring is a time of rejuvenation and renewal. While it’s a little too early for wildflowers and bursting leaves, we can still find the more subtle signs of spring. Celebrate the Spring Equinox with a hike around the Boundary Trail and soak in the emergence of life and the new season.
This program is designed for adults. Please dress for the weather. This program will involve a hike with hills and uneven terrain.
 

Winter Wine Weekend at Saratoga Arms

Location: 497 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-1775
Email: info@saratogaarms.com
Guests are invited to join Saratoga Arms for a weekend of indulgence as you sip award-winning wines by one of the hotel’s eleven roaring fireplaces and learn more about the winemaking process from a series of expert sommeliers. After a day of wine tasting, guests will enjoy a curated gourmet dinner that features the best local ingredients and perfectly paired wines, all in the cozy and charming setting of the luxurious Saratoga Arms Hotel. Bookings include all meals, wine pairings and tastings, workshops and sessions with expert sommeliers and chefs, and a special swag bag to take home.
 

Jim VanDeuson LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA

Jim VanDeuson LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Bullfinch Pub
Location: Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd W, Syracuse, NY, 13204
Email: bullfinchbrewpub@gmail.com
Live music from 6 PM - 9 PM at Bullfinch Brewpub in Destiny USA. Jim VanDeuson has over 40 years of experience as a music artist performing for concerts with 500 people to small coffee shops to packed dive bars. Enjoy covers from James Taylor, The Eagles, The Beatles, and more. With a passion for playing music, Jim finds inspiration from a variety of genres including country and rock.
.Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned restaurant and brewery, located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall. 306 Hiawatha Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13204
 

Events for March 25

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Garden and Flower Show

Garden and Flower Show Time: 10:00 AM
Host/Presenter: Hudson Valley Community College
Location: 80 Vandenburgh Ave , Troy, NY, 12180
Phone: 1-518-631-2288
Renowned for its full-scale landscape exhibits and creatively designed gardens, the Capital District Garden & Flower Show brings together local landscape professionals to transform the McDonough Sports Complex at Hudson Valley Community College into a backyard environment complete with shrubs, flowers, ponds, waterfalls, retaining walls, sidewalks, and lawns. There will be demonstrations, lectures, and presentations from local and regional experts; plants, bulbs, flowers, and seeds available for sale; soil testing by the Cornell Cooperative Extension; a Garden Cafe; and much more. Partial proceeds from the show benefit Wildwood Programs, which serves individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities, complex learning disabilities, and autism.

 

Buffalo Motorama

Buffalo Motorama
Location: Buffalo Convention Center, 153 Franklin St,, Buffalo, NY, 14202
Phone: 716-222-2590
Email: joe@buffalomotorama.com
Friday March 24th 2023 - 4pm - 9pm
Saturday March 25th 2023 - 11am - 9pm
Sunday March 26th 2023 - 10am - 5pm

The Buffalo Motorama is the largest indoor custom car and bike show this side of NY state, with something for everyone. The event includes Builders, Movie & TV Cars, Sabres Alumni, Star Wars & Super Hero Characters, Marketplace, Live Bands, Pinstriping and more!
 

Central New York Brewfest

Central New York Brewfest Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Horticulture Building, 581 State Fair Boulevard, , Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 315-422-0606
Email: centralnewyorkbrewfest@gmail.com
CNY Brewfest is back this year with two sessions on Saturday, March 25. Session One will run from 1-4 PM and Session Two will be 6-9PM. Each session is limited this year to 1200 people. Session tickets will are $50. Enjoy great brews and live music!
 

Thurman Maple Days

Thurman Maple Days Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Various locations, Thurman, NY, 12810
Email: VisitThurman@gmail.com
Have a sweet time come March in Thurman! For three consecutive weekends the area celebrates all things maple and you won't want to miss out on samples, tours of participating farms, and more. Come hungry! There will be syrup samplings, pancake breakfasts and more. Enjoy a wide variety of activities–demonstrations, tours, samples and some super shopping for farm products and artisan wares. You’ll be welcomed into the lives of our local farmers and learn what its like to walk in their shoes….or snowshoes.
 

13th Annual Mac-n-Cheese Bowl

13th Annual Mac-n-Cheese Bowl Time: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Host/Presenter: City of Cohoes
Location: Remsen St, Cohoes , NY, 12047
The timesunion.com/Table Hopping Mac-n-Cheese Bowl is coming soon to Remsen Street in Cohoes!
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

The Geneva Jazz Festival

The Geneva Jazz Festival Time: 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: 427 Exchange Street, Geneva, NY, 14456
Phone: 315-294-0247
Email: info@genevajazzfest.com
Geneva Jazz Festival has assembled a diverse selection of brilliant jazz musicians to perform traditional, classic, smooth, modern, vocal, and fusion jazz styles. A true showcase of jazz artistry and in the hands of masterful performers. This event is presented by FLX Music 247 and FLIMA Productions in conjunction with The Smith Arts Center 6th Annual Scott Lafaro Celebration honoring the jazz bassist and Geneva native.  For more information and the event schedule, please visit: www.genevajazzfest.com
 

Winter Wine Weekend at Saratoga Arms

Location: 497 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-1775
Email: info@saratogaarms.com
Guests are invited to join Saratoga Arms for a weekend of indulgence as you sip award-winning wines by one of the hotel’s eleven roaring fireplaces and learn more about the winemaking process from a series of expert sommeliers. After a day of wine tasting, guests will enjoy a curated gourmet dinner that features the best local ingredients and perfectly paired wines, all in the cozy and charming setting of the luxurious Saratoga Arms Hotel. Bookings include all meals, wine pairings and tastings, workshops and sessions with expert sommeliers and chefs, and a special swag bag to take home.
 

Planting Ahead for a Vegetable Garden

Planting Ahead for a Vegetable Garden Time: 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-673-1350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
Want a hands-on way to connect with nature right in your backyard? Early spring is the perfect time to start planning and planting for a vegetable garden! In this program, we’ll cover tips and tools to help you plan your home vegetable garden. Then, we’ll start seeds in containers to be planted outside later in the spring. Seeds and planting materials will be provided.
This program is designed for adults.
Please dress for the weather.
 

Pedaling 4 Paige

Pedaling 4 Paige
Location: Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital, 5791 Widewaters Pkwy, Syracuse, NY, 13214
Phone: 315-217-1724
Email: jennifer@pbrun.org
An indoor spinning event, Pedaling 4 Paige is a great way to put your physical, mental and emotional energy towards something much bigger: Raise funds to fight pediatric cancer in Central New York.
During the Pedaling 4 Paige event, participants spin for 1 hour in honor of children and families who have been touched by a diagnosis of pediatric cancer and other blood disorders. Proceeds from the event benefit children and their families at the Dr. William J. Waters Center for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital, Syracuse, New York.
 

Shadow Hill Maple Festival

Shadow Hill Maple Festival Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 7259 Lakeside Road, Ontario, NY, 14519
Phone: 1-315-524-2190
Email: info@shadowhillcorp.com
Spend a fun filled family day on the farm learning how syrup is made, tasting the many maple products, walking the trails and partake in hot, fresh, donuts and a pancake breakfast! One of the largest maple sugar farms in New York, you will find have maple granola, maple covered nuts, maple cotton candy, maple hot sauce, maple barbecue sauce, maple mustard, maple cream, infused maple syrup and bourbon-aged maple syrup available for sale.
 

Spring into Arts & Crafts

Spring into Arts & Crafts Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: 201 North Main Street, Canastota, NY, 13032
Phone: 315-697-3802
Email: info@thegreystonecastle.com
Sat., March 25 - 10am-4pm/ Sun., March 26 - 10am-3pm
Come and shop at beautiful Greystone Castle! The event features three floors of artisans with two accessible floors via ramps (the top floor via stairs only).
General admission-$5/pp/ Sr. Citizens(65+)-$4/pp
Brake from the Grind- Food Truck
Dungeon tours are also available! $3/adult, $2/ages 12 & under
 

Kris Day LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA

Kris Day LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Bullfinch Pub
Location: Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd W, Syracuse, NY, 13204
Email: bullfinchbrewpub@gmail.com
Live music from 6 PM - 9 PM at Bullfinch Pub in Destiny USA. Kris is a singer-songwriter based out of Central New York. He has been playing solo acts since he was 17. In 2022 he joined a CNY band named "One Man," giving him a chance to explore writing songs with a full ensemble. With a natural gift for songwriting and guitar, Kris Day will be sure to deliver an enjoyable musical experience. Enjoy funk and jam rock vibes.
Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned restaurant and brewery, located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall. 306 Hiawatha Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13204
 

Events for March 26

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Garden and Flower Show

Garden and Flower Show Time: 10:00 AM
Host/Presenter: Hudson Valley Community College
Location: 80 Vandenburgh Ave , Troy, NY, 12180
Phone: 1-518-631-2288
Renowned for its full-scale landscape exhibits and creatively designed gardens, the Capital District Garden & Flower Show brings together local landscape professionals to transform the McDonough Sports Complex at Hudson Valley Community College into a backyard environment complete with shrubs, flowers, ponds, waterfalls, retaining walls, sidewalks, and lawns. There will be demonstrations, lectures, and presentations from local and regional experts; plants, bulbs, flowers, and seeds available for sale; soil testing by the Cornell Cooperative Extension; a Garden Cafe; and much more. Partial proceeds from the show benefit Wildwood Programs, which serves individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities, complex learning disabilities, and autism.

 

Buffalo Motorama

Buffalo Motorama
Location: Buffalo Convention Center, 153 Franklin St,, Buffalo, NY, 14202
Phone: 716-222-2590
Email: joe@buffalomotorama.com
Friday March 24th 2023 - 4pm - 9pm
Saturday March 25th 2023 - 11am - 9pm
Sunday March 26th 2023 - 10am - 5pm

The Buffalo Motorama is the largest indoor custom car and bike show this side of NY state, with something for everyone. The event includes Builders, Movie & TV Cars, Sabres Alumni, Star Wars & Super Hero Characters, Marketplace, Live Bands, Pinstriping and more!
 

Thurman Maple Days

Thurman Maple Days Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Various locations, Thurman, NY, 12810
Email: VisitThurman@gmail.com
Have a sweet time come March in Thurman! For three consecutive weekends the area celebrates all things maple and you won't want to miss out on samples, tours of participating farms, and more. Come hungry! There will be syrup samplings, pancake breakfasts and more. Enjoy a wide variety of activities–demonstrations, tours, samples and some super shopping for farm products and artisan wares. You’ll be welcomed into the lives of our local farmers and learn what its like to walk in their shoes….or snowshoes.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

The Geneva Jazz Festival

The Geneva Jazz Festival Time: 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: 427 Exchange Street, Geneva, NY, 14456
Phone: 315-294-0247
Email: info@genevajazzfest.com
Geneva Jazz Festival has assembled a diverse selection of brilliant jazz musicians to perform traditional, classic, smooth, modern, vocal, and fusion jazz styles. A true showcase of jazz artistry and in the hands of masterful performers. This event is presented by FLX Music 247 and FLIMA Productions in conjunction with The Smith Arts Center 6th Annual Scott Lafaro Celebration honoring the jazz bassist and Geneva native.  For more information and the event schedule, please visit: www.genevajazzfest.com
 

Winter Wine Weekend at Saratoga Arms

Location: 497 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-1775
Email: info@saratogaarms.com
Guests are invited to join Saratoga Arms for a weekend of indulgence as you sip award-winning wines by one of the hotel’s eleven roaring fireplaces and learn more about the winemaking process from a series of expert sommeliers. After a day of wine tasting, guests will enjoy a curated gourmet dinner that features the best local ingredients and perfectly paired wines, all in the cozy and charming setting of the luxurious Saratoga Arms Hotel. Bookings include all meals, wine pairings and tastings, workshops and sessions with expert sommeliers and chefs, and a special swag bag to take home.
 

Shadow Hill Maple Festival

Shadow Hill Maple Festival Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 7259 Lakeside Road, Ontario, NY, 14519
Phone: 1-315-524-2190
Email: info@shadowhillcorp.com
Spend a fun filled family day on the farm learning how syrup is made, tasting the many maple products, walking the trails and partake in hot, fresh, donuts and a pancake breakfast! One of the largest maple sugar farms in New York, you will find have maple granola, maple covered nuts, maple cotton candy, maple hot sauce, maple barbecue sauce, maple mustard, maple cream, infused maple syrup and bourbon-aged maple syrup available for sale.
 

Spring into Arts & Crafts

Spring into Arts & Crafts Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: 201 North Main Street, Canastota, NY, 13032
Phone: 315-697-3802
Email: info@thegreystonecastle.com
Sat., March 25 - 10am-4pm/ Sun., March 26 - 10am-3pm
Come and shop at beautiful Greystone Castle! The event features three floors of artisans with two accessible floors via ramps (the top floor via stairs only).
General admission-$5/pp/ Sr. Citizens(65+)-$4/pp
Brake from the Grind- Food Truck
Dungeon tours are also available! $3/adult, $2/ages 12 & under
 

Paul Lewis, piano

Paul Lewis, piano Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 807 Union St., Schenectady, NY, 12308
Phone: 518-941-4331
Email: boxoffice@capitalregionclassical.org
This British pianist has cemented his place among the great pianists of our time through his celebrated performances of works from the German canon. We’re thrilled to present his second program featuring the piano sonatas of Franz Schubert.

ALL-SCHUBERT Part II
C-major Sonata, D. 840
A-major Sonata, D. 664
A-minor Sonata, D. 845
 

Public Tour: Spring Exhibitions at The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

 Public Tour: Spring Exhibitions at The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
Tour our Spring Exhibitions with the museum education manager, Zachary Bowman. Homespun brings together nineteen artists in the Hudson Valley who work primarily with fabric and fiber, while the Historic Woodstock exhibition introduces the public to just a sample of the highlights of this extraordinary collection, which represents a body of work that shaped art and culture in New York and forms a history of national and international significance.
 

Artist Conversation: Fiber Arts

 Artist Conversation: Fiber Arts Time: 3:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
Hear about the different fiber art processes, techniques, and concepts of exhibiting artists Hanna Washburn, Kathy Greenwood, and Orly Cogan. Homespun brings together nineteen artists in the Hudson Valley who work primarily with fabric and fiber. The exhibition features a wide variety of materials and techniques, including sewing, weaving, needlework, quilting, collaging, dyeing, and tufting. While each artist has a unique approach to their chosen medium, several distinct themes run through the exhibition, including the representation of women’s issues, the history of craft and fiber art, cultural heritage, and the environment.
 

Events for March 27

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

The Geneva Jazz Festival

The Geneva Jazz Festival Time: 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: 427 Exchange Street, Geneva, NY, 14456
Phone: 315-294-0247
Email: info@genevajazzfest.com
Geneva Jazz Festival has assembled a diverse selection of brilliant jazz musicians to perform traditional, classic, smooth, modern, vocal, and fusion jazz styles. A true showcase of jazz artistry and in the hands of masterful performers. This event is presented by FLX Music 247 and FLIMA Productions in conjunction with The Smith Arts Center 6th Annual Scott Lafaro Celebration honoring the jazz bassist and Geneva native.  For more information and the event schedule, please visit: www.genevajazzfest.com
 

Events for March 28

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

The Geneva Jazz Festival

The Geneva Jazz Festival Time: 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: 427 Exchange Street, Geneva, NY, 14456
Phone: 315-294-0247
Email: info@genevajazzfest.com
Geneva Jazz Festival has assembled a diverse selection of brilliant jazz musicians to perform traditional, classic, smooth, modern, vocal, and fusion jazz styles. A true showcase of jazz artistry and in the hands of masterful performers. This event is presented by FLX Music 247 and FLIMA Productions in conjunction with The Smith Arts Center 6th Annual Scott Lafaro Celebration honoring the jazz bassist and Geneva native.  For more information and the event schedule, please visit: www.genevajazzfest.com
 

Events for March 29

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar

Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Via Girasole Wine Bar, 3 Schoen Place , Pittsford, NY, 14534
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event every Wednesday from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023. 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink at Via Girasole Wine Bar.
If you're looking for a light, laid-back live trivia experience, get it from the pub quiz industry leaders. It's Small Batch Trivia from Geeks Who Drink!
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of five rounds of five questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual elements. Plus, there's a three-question Finisher to cap it all off!
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Blue Barn Cidery, 928 Manitou Road , Hilton, NY, 14468
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring Event: Every Wednesdady from Jan 25, 2023 to Mar 29, 2023: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Blue Barn Cidery.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
 

Events for March 30

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Air Supply comes to Syracuse

Air Supply comes to Syracuse Time: 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater
Location: 411 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 315-435-2121
The Herald Sun has proclaimed Air Supply to be one of the Greatest Aussie Bands of all time. Celebrating the band's 45th anniversary year, the duo continues to tour the world, having performed in England, Ireland, Israel, the Philippines, Korea, and many other countries, including their home, the United States. To the delight of their fans both new and old, the journey continues...
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships

ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Lake Placid Olympic Center
Location: 2634 Main St, Lake Placid, NY, 12946
Phone: (518) 523-1655
Email: bpelkey@orda.org
International Skating Union (ISU) World Synchronized Skating Championships come to the Lake Placid Olympic Center!
Approximately 26 teams comprised of 500 skaters, from more than 20 countries will compete for the title of World Champion, and watching this competition in person among a very lively audience makes this event even more exciting. The event marks the first time that the two-time Olympic village has been selected to host the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships and the fifth time the United States has staged it.
 

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Good Smoke BBQ, 135 W Commercial St East , Rochester, NY, 14445
Phone: 303-532-4737
Email: bryan@geekswhodrink.com
Weekly recurring event: Every Thursday from Jan 26, 2023 to Mar 30, 2023: 6-8 p.m.
Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night at Good Smoke BBQ.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz. It’s a great way to drink with friends, without burning brain cells. And it’s where useless knowledge means everything.
Our quizzes cover everything from Hungary to The Hunger Games, from science to sports, from the Billboard Hot 100 to Better Call Saul.
Each quiz consists of seven rounds of eight questions each, in a variety of formats, including audio and visual rounds.
 

John McConnell LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA

John McConnell LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Bullfinch Pub
Location: Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd W, Syracuse, NY, 13204
Email: bullfinchbrewpub@gmail.com
Live music from 6 PM - 9 PM at Bullfinch Pub in Destiny USA. John McConnell is an Oswego, NY-based singer, songwriter & guitarist, who has been playing for over two decades in upstate NY, NYC, LA, and more. He has brandished his own brand of "Solo Indie Lounge" and blends elements of blues, jazz, soul, and folk. In 2022, John won a SAMMY Award (Syracuse Area Music Award) for his Tuesday night Facebook livestream, McTunesday.
John’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JohnnyMcTunes/
Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned restaurant and brewery located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall. 306 Hiawatha Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13204
 

Events for March 31

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection

The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection Host/Presenter: Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: sdma@newpaltz.edu
Runs Feb. 4-July 23: Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and holidays)

Collection:” Illuminating America’s first Intentional art colony, this exhibition presents more than 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance. Long before the music festival in 1969 made Woodstock, New York, famous, it was home to what is considered America’s first intentionally created, year-round arts colony—founded in 1902 and still thriving more than 100 years later. Collecting the remarkable range of work produced there was Anderson’s focus for three decades, resulting in the largest comprehensive assemblage of its type. The artists represented in it reflect the diversity of those who came to Woodstock, including Birge Harrison, Konrad Cramer, George Bellows, Eugene Speicher, Peggy Bacon, Rolph Scarlett and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among many others. The exhibit may also be viewed online at http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/exhibitions/online/historic-woodstock-art-colony-arthur-anderson-collection.
 

Clayton Spring Boat Show

Clayton Spring Boat Show Time: 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: Cerow Park, 615 East Line Road, Clayton, NY, 13624
Phone: 315-686-3771
Clayton's Spring Boat Show will feature a wide variety of boats, including runabouts, fishing boats, pontoons, personal watercraft, docks, lifts, marine insurance and more. Dozens of vendors from across the region will be in attendance.
 

New Exhibitions at RoCo

New Exhibitions at RoCo
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
New Exhibitions at RoCo
Opening Reception: March 3, 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs: March 3 - May 6 - Gallery is open Wed. - Sun. 12-5pm and Fri. 12-9pm

Join us for two new exhibitions opening this March. In the Main Gallery, ‘As I Recall Her: Artists Expand the Legacy of the Douglass Women’ is a juried exhibition inspired by Anna Murray Douglass, Rosetta Douglass Sprague, and Annie Douglass. This exhibition builds upon several other initiatives dedicated to the Douglass Women and constitutes a collective effort to expand their legacy and inspire the community. As I Recall Her... is presented in partnership with collaborating organizations 540WMain, Inc. and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.

In the LAB Space, ‘Facing Black Women: Shugabanni’ by W. Michelle Harris features a mosaic video portrait of just a few of the Black women of Rochester who shape this place into a community. W. Michelle Harris is a digital media artist who uses code as a medium for engaging discussions as a Black woman in American culture.

Learn more about these exhibitions at http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/current/
 

ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships

ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Lake Placid Olympic Center
Location: 2634 Main St, Lake Placid, NY, 12946
Phone: (518) 523-1655
Email: bpelkey@orda.org
International Skating Union (ISU) World Synchronized Skating Championships come to the Lake Placid Olympic Center!
Approximately 26 teams comprised of 500 skaters, from more than 20 countries will compete for the title of World Champion, and watching this competition in person among a very lively audience makes this event even more exciting. The event marks the first time that the two-time Olympic village has been selected to host the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships and the fifth time the United States has staged it.
 

The Shylocks LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA

The Shylocks LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Bullfinch Pub
Location: Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd W, Syracuse, NY, 13204
Email: bullfinchbrewpub@gmail.com
Live music from 6 PM - 9 PM at Bullfinch Pub at Destiny USA. The Shylocks is a Syracuse based blues band, bringing a unique twist. Their style offers phrasing of Texas, Chicago, Delta and Swamp blues. Ron Mirizio is on bass guitar and back-up vocals, Mark Yonnick is on guitar, Wayne Nichols is on drums, percussion and back-up vocals and Mike Burns is lead vocals and percussion
The Shylocks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theshylocks
Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned restaurant and brewery located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall. 306 Hiawatha Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13204
 

The Innerloop Blog's Comedy Showcase

The Innerloop Blog's Comedy Showcase Time: 8:30 PM
Location: Roc Cinema, 957 S Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY, 14620
Email: theinnerloopblog@gmail.com
The Innerloop Blog hosts a great night of stand-up with the area's best comics. Enjoy ROC Cinema's full bar and food menu, laugh your butt off, and walk out with some great prizes! Advance tickets are only $10 online and will be $15 at the door.
 
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