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Events for April 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.
 

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.
 

International Taste Festival

International Taste Festival Time: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Location: Center of Progress Building, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 315-882-1215
Email: spconsulting20@yahoo.com
Enjoy family fun, local diverse entertainment, and all food vendors will offer $2 sample items, along with full priced items!
Taste foods from our diverse regions:
* Foods of the Americas
* Asian Creations
* Middle Eastern Treats
* Pan African Cuisine
* Tastes of Europe


 

Clayton Spring Boat Show

Clayton Spring Boat Show Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 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.
 

Easter Bunny Express - Catskills

Easter Bunny Express - Catskills Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Catskill Mountain Railroad
Location: Address Westbrook Lane Station in the Kingston Plaza, 55 Plaza Road, Kingston, NY, 12401
Phone: 1-845-332-4854
Shake off that winter chill and celebrate spring with a visit from the Easter Bunny on the Catskill Mountain Railroad! Passengers will visit with the friendly Easter Bunny before returning to Kingston. Our train ride includes an Easter Egg Hunt for a perfect activity that’s fun for younger children and adults. Please allow up to one hour from the complete train ride experience. ALL ABOARD!
 

Easter Bunny Express - Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad

Easter Bunny Express - Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad Time: 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Location: 136 East Main St, Milford , NY, 13807
The Easter Bunny and friends will be on the train entertaining passengers, and complementary snacks and refreshments will be available on board for all to enjoy. At the Railroad’s beautifully decorated O’Neill Station we will disembark passengers for an Easter Egg Hunt before returning to Milford. On the return trip to Milford we will host our Easter Egg Roll Game in our Open Air Car with all children participating receiving a treat. And throughout the ride there will be plenty of opportunities for photographs with the Easter Bunny and his friends. Fun for the entire family!
 

2022 Grapes & Hops Festival

2022 Grapes & Hops Festival Host/Presenter: Northwest Arena
Location: 319 West Third Street, Jamestown, NY, 14701
Phone: 716-484-2624
The Annual Grapes and Hops Festival at Northwest Arena is a single-day ticketed event highlighting the New York State craft beer, distillery, and wine industries. The overall intent of the festival is to offer the adult community a day of entertainment at Northwest Arena with samplings of hand-crafted beer, local wines, great food, music, and vendors. This is a 21+ event. A valid state license is required for entry. The 2022 event will take place on Shults Auto Group Rink A and Plyler Entry Systems Rink B at Northwest Arena. The General Session is from 3 PM – 6 PM. A limited number of VIP tickets will be sold that will allow holders 2 PM entry to the vendor floor, a commemorative pint glass, and exclusive access to a VIP lounge with complimentary small bites. Designated Driver tickets are available at a reduced price; Designated Drivers must also be 21+ to enter the festival.
 

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.
 

Connor Campbell LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA

Connor Campbell 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. A native of Syracuse, New York, Connor Campbell taught himself to play guitar at the age of 18. He takes inspiration from genres such as Folk, Rock, and Soul. He uses music to discuss themes of love, heartbreak, and finding oneself.
Connor's FB: https://www.facebook.com/connorcampbellmusic/
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
 

Artist Conversation: Fiber Arts

Artist Conversation: Fiber Arts Time: 2:00 PM
Location: The Dorksky at SUNY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 1-845-257-3844
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
Hear about the different fiber art processes, techniques, and concepts of exhibiting artists in Hudson Valley Artists 2023: Homespun, including Maria Farina, Will McLeod and Ishraq Zraikat.
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 April 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.
 

Clayton Spring Boat Show

Clayton Spring Boat Show Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 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. Accompanying the show, a boater’s safety course will be held across the street from the arena at the Clayton Volunteer Fire Department. This includes a course for adults on personal watercraft. Family rates are also available. Interested participants must register by April 1 at noon. The course will be held on April 2 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
 

Easter Bunny Express - Catskills

Easter Bunny Express - Catskills Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Catskill Mountain Railroad
Location: Address Westbrook Lane Station in the Kingston Plaza, 55 Plaza Road, Kingston, NY, 12401
Phone: 1-845-332-4854
Shake off that winter chill and celebrate spring with a visit from the Easter Bunny on the Catskill Mountain Railroad! Passengers will visit with the friendly Easter Bunny before returning to Kingston. Our train ride includes an Easter Egg Hunt for a perfect activity that’s fun for younger children and adults. Please allow up to one hour from the complete train ride experience. ALL ABOARD!
 

Easter Bunny Express - Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad

Easter Bunny Express - Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad Time: 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Location: 136 East Main St, Milford , NY, 13807
The Easter Bunny and friends will be on the train entertaining passengers, and complementary snacks and refreshments will be available on board for all to enjoy. At the Railroad’s beautifully decorated O’Neill Station we will disembark passengers for an Easter Egg Hunt before returning to Milford. On the return trip to Milford we will host our Easter Egg Roll Game in our Open Air Car with all children participating receiving a treat. And throughout the ride there will be plenty of opportunities for photographs with the Easter Bunny and his friends. Fun for the entire family!
 

Champions Of Magic - The Worldwide Wonders Tour

Champions Of Magic - The Worldwide Wonders Tour Time: 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater
Location: 411 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 315-435-2121
Break away from the screen and experience live entertainment like never before with Champions Of Magic – an evening of impossible illusions and spectacular special effects. Described by the press as ‘The Avengers of magic’ catch the only team of magicians in the world as they present their original, phenomenal ensemble illusions. They’ve sold out shows across the globe, been featured on every major US TV network and racked up over 50 million views online… but you haven’t seen magic until you’ve seen it live!
The Champions Of Magic cast present incredible interactive magic, a daring escape from Houdini’s water torture cell, a mind-blowing prediction that has to be seen to be believed, levitation high above the stage and a finale beyond explanation. The show happens all around the theatre and features spectacular illusions that can’t be seen anywhere else.
 

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/
 

Elizabeth Llewellyn, soprano and Simon Lepper, piano

Elizabeth Llewellyn, soprano and Simon Lepper, piano Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 807 Union St., Schenectady, NY, 12308
Phone: 518-941-4331
Email: boxoffice@capitalregionclassical.org
Making her debut, this celebrated British soprano has a busy international career and appeared in the title role of Porgy and Bess at the Metropolitan Opera last fall. She offers a program celebrating a turn-of-the-20th-century British-Black composer and his influences.
The World of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor; songs of Coleridge-Taylor, Villiers Stanford, Elgar, Vaughan Williams, and Mahler
 

Performing Arts 2023

Performing Arts 2023 Time: 3:00 PM
Location: The Dorsky at SUMY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 845-257-3844
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
This culminating performance of our fourth collaboration with The Hudson Valley Performing Arts Laboratory features a theatric interpretation of the Museum’s Spring 2023 exhibitions.
 

Events for April 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.
 

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 April 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.
 

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 April 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.
 

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 April 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.
 

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 Jukebox Duo Live @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA!

The Jukebox Duo 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! Thursday, April 6th
Tommy and Vinny make up The Jukebox Duo, a two piece band consisting of keyboard and guitar. Taking inspiration from today’s hits through the 50’s, their music is fun, energetic, and danceable.
Learn more about them here: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100076188951371
Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned restaurant and brewery, located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall.
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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/
 

April Romance: A Paired Tasting Experience in Celebration of Spring

April Romance: A Paired Tasting Experience in Celebration of Spring Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Domaine LeSeurre Winery
Location: 13920 State Route 54, Hammondsport, NY, 14840
Phone: 607-292-3920
Email: dlwinery@gmail.com
Our tasting experience will take you on a journey with a masterful pairing, showcasing delectable ingredients from local New York and French artisans. You’ll be seated at your own private table in our barrel room for an intimate wine pairing experience featuring select vintages from among our wines. What better way to enjoy the arrival of spring than with a memorable tasting experience with friends or loved ones while taking in the majestic backdrop of Keuka Lake!
$40.00 per person paid at the winery. Limited availability.
Make your reservation through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/april-romance-a-paired-tasting-experience-in-celebration-of-spring-tickets-570878802867
 

Open Mic Poetry Night

Open Mic Poetry Night Time: 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: Willard Memorial Chapel, 17 Nelson St., Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-252-0339
Email: admin@willard-chapel.com
Celebrate National Poetry Month with the Finger Lakes Art Council, Clare Songbirds Publishing House and Artistic Impressions in conjunction with First Friday.
Poets are invited to bring their work for live readings to share with the public. Enjoy camaraderie, make-and-take crafting, raffle baskets and music. Sacred cacao, cotton candy and other refreshments will be provided by Artistic Impressions, Clare Songbirds and the art council. Free tours of Willard Chapel will also be offered. This event is free to enter.
 

Jimmy Wolf Live @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA!

Jimmy Wolf 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! Friday, April 7th
Jimmy Wolf is an award-winning singer/songwriter and guitarist. He has brought new and exciting energy to the world of Blues for the past 3+ decades. Jimmy likes to mix Delta-Chicago Blues, 50s Rock and R&B with chainsaw guitar to deliver a soulful music experience.
Learn more about him here: https://www.facebook.com/jimmy.wolf1
Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned restaurant and brewery, located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall. 4
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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.
 

Easter Bunny Express - Catskills

Easter Bunny Express - Catskills Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Catskill Mountain Railroad
Location: Address Westbrook Lane Station in the Kingston Plaza, 55 Plaza Road, Kingston, NY, 12401
Phone: 1-845-332-4854
Shake off that winter chill and celebrate spring with a visit from the Easter Bunny on the Catskill Mountain Railroad! Passengers will visit with the friendly Easter Bunny before returning to Kingston. Our train ride includes an Easter Egg Hunt for a perfect activity that’s fun for younger children and adults. Please allow up to one hour from the complete train ride experience. ALL ABOARD!
 

Easter Bunny Express - Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad

Easter Bunny Express - Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad Time: 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad
Location: 136 East Main St, Milford , NY, 13807
The Easter Bunny and friends will be on the train entertaining passengers, and complementary snacks and refreshments will be available on board for all to enjoy. At the Railroad’s beautifully decorated O’Neill Station we will disembark passengers for an Easter Egg Hunt before returning to Milford. On the return trip to Milford we will host our Easter Egg Roll Game in our Open Air Car with all children participating receiving a treat. And throughout the ride there will be plenty of opportunities for photographs with the Easter Bunny and his friends. Fun for the entire family!
 

Annual Syracuse Wine Festival

Annual Syracuse Wine Festival Time: 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Syracuse Wine Festival
Location: CNY Regional Market, 2100 Park St., Syracuse, NY, 13208
Email: tim@empirestatewineevents.com
Wine, spirits, food, music, and fun. Enjoy unlimited samples of wines and spirits from across New York state's fantastic wine regions. Purchase your favorite bottles for take-home and we will store them in the holding area until you are ready to leave. There will be food to purchase and eat on site as well as to sample. There will also be a few partner vendors selling personal care items or crafts.
 

Easter Celebration at Liberty Ridge Farm

Easter Celebration at Liberty Ridge Farm Time: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Liberty Ridge Farm
Location: 29 Bevis Road, Schaghticoke, NY, 12154
Phone: 1-518-664-1515
Email: info@libertyridgefarmny.com
The Easter Bunny has announced his return to Liberty Ridge Farm for the annual Easter Celebration on the Farm. Including meet & greet photos with the Easter Bunny himself, an Egg Hunt, baby farm animals, VIP Brunch 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/
 

April Romance: A Paired Tasting Experience in Celebration of Spring

April Romance: A Paired Tasting Experience in Celebration of Spring Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Domaine LeSeurre Winery
Location: 13920 State Route 54, Hammondsport, NY, 14840
Phone: 607-292-3920
Email: dlwinery@gmail.com
Our tasting experience will take you on a journey with a masterful pairing, showcasing delectable ingredients from local New York and French artisans. You’ll be seated at your own private table in our barrel room for an intimate wine pairing experience featuring select vintages from among our wines. What better way to enjoy the arrival of spring than with a memorable tasting experience with friends or loved ones while taking in the majestic backdrop of Keuka Lake!
$40.00 per person paid at the winery. Limited availability.
Make your reservation through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/april-romance-a-paired-tasting-experience-in-celebration-of-spring-tickets-570878802867
 

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.
 

Michael Crissan LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA!

Michael Crissan 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! Saturday, April 8th
Michael Crissan is a singer and songwriter from Syracuse! He plays a large variety of songs on acoustic guitar and harmonica with an energetic and rhythmic feel. Genres range from rock, folk rock, and a little country. Head over to Bullfinch Brewpub and enjoy covers from The Beatles, Neil Young, the Eagles, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Jason Maraz, Dave Mathews, and much more!
Learn more about Michael here: https://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Crissan-Fan-Page/100066437203628/
Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned restaurant and brewery located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall.
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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/
 

April Romance: A Paired Tasting Experience in Celebration of Spring

April Romance: A Paired Tasting Experience in Celebration of Spring Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Domaine LeSeurre Winery
Location: 13920 State Route 54, Hammondsport, NY, 14840
Phone: 607-292-3920
Email: dlwinery@gmail.com
Our tasting experience will take you on a journey with a masterful pairing, showcasing delectable ingredients from local New York and French artisans. You’ll be seated at your own private table in our barrel room for an intimate wine pairing experience featuring select vintages from among our wines. What better way to enjoy the arrival of spring than with a memorable tasting experience with friends or loved ones while taking in the majestic backdrop of Keuka Lake!
$40.00 per person paid at the winery. Limited availability.
Make your reservation through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/april-romance-a-paired-tasting-experience-in-celebration-of-spring-tickets-570878802867
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

The World-Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra

The World-Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra Time: 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater
Location: 411 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 315-435-2121
The most popular and sought after big band of all time will perform at the Oncenter in the Carrier Theater for one night only! The 17 member orchestra, their lead singers, and vocal group will perform their catalog of bigband classics just the way they would have over 80 years ago when Glenn Miller stood in front
of his band. It is a show that continues to transport audiences back in time and is as nostalgicas it is exciting.
Touring continuously since 1956, The Glenn Miller Orchestra is featured in over 200 concerts and dances per year. Each performance includes the timeless classics that made them famous the world over in a show that has moved audiences for generations.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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/
 

Jonah Ladd LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA!

Jonah Ladd 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 6PM - 9PM! Friday, April 14th
Jonah Ladd is a singer songwriter from Deruyter, NY. Introduced to music at a young age he was drawn to folk and country artists, like Dylan, George Straight, and Dave Matthews. Over the years and hundreds of performances later, Jonah has developed a unique sound blending elements from Indie, rock, folk, and country music.
Jonah's FB: https://www.facebook.com/JonahLaddMusic/
Bullfinch Brewpub is located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall.
 

Star Party: April Stars and Meteors

Star Party: April Stars and Meteors Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Baltimore Woods Nature Center
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-673-1350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
Cultures across the world and throughout time are united in a fascination with the night sky. Humans have used stars to mark the passage of time, tell stories, build mythologies, and navigate across vast dark oceans. With powerful telescopes and a wealth of knowledge, Bob Piekiel is your tour guide to the stars and planets, revealing the secrets of the far away, inspiring us to think about how special our little green and blue ball in space is.
Let’s start this one early to see if we can get a glimpse of Mercury above the trees. Also, Venus and Mars will be visible, and maybe a few Lyrid meteors among the late-winter and early spring skies. Bring a lawn chair to watch for meteors.
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

CNY Maple Festival

CNY Maple Festival Time: 9:00 AM
Host/Presenter: CNY Maple Festival
Location: Marathon , NY
Phone: 1-​607-543-1126
Email: cnymaplefest@yahoo.com
Come see the amazing events that are only shown at the Annual CNY Maple Festival. There is a wide variety of entertainers in the auditorium and throughout the town of Marathon. The festival provides the greatest maple products to satisfy your sweet tooth. The maple products are completely homemade and are unique, so please come and purchase some fantastic treats. Artisans come from all around to show off their extravagant creations. Come by the civic center and the gymnasium at the school to take a look at the variety of artwork.
 

Thousand Islands Snowmobile Rally

Thousand Islands Snowmobile Rally Time: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Clayton Fire Department, 855 Graves St., Clayton, NY, 13624
This antique, vintage and classic snowmobile show features 14 judged classes with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes for every class! Awards presented at 2 p.m. Face masks and social distancing practices required.

 

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/
 

exhibition: Provenance

exhibition: Provenance Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: 233 Liberty street, Newburgh, NY, 12550
Phone: 917-703-9262
Email: eva@visitorcenter.space
PROVENANCE on view April 15th - June 3rd, 2023
Opening reception: Saturday, May 15th from 4-7 pm
VISITOR CENTER proudly announces Provenance, an exhibition opening April 15, 2023, that will feature works by Sophia De Jesus-Sabella, Soull Ogun, Patricia Orpilla, Sagarika Sundaram, and Mia Wright-Ross. Provenance will present contemporary artists who engage craft materials and traditions to consider intertwining notions of materiality, lineage, and identity.
 

Huge Multi Family Garage sale To benefit FM high school rowing

Huge Multi Family Garage sale  To benefit FM high school rowing Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: 8201 E. Seneca Tpk, Manlius, NY, 13104
Phone: 315-416-8074
Email: Karengmcmahon@gmail.com
Saturday April 15, 2023 8am- 3pm free admission
Huge multi-family garage sale at FM High School to benefit the FM High School Rowing Team. More than 100 families participate and sell their treasures to benefit the FM Crew team. There’s an early bird entrance at 7:30am for $10
Great indoor location so you can shop rain or shine! Please bring your own bags.
Cash only.

 

23rd Spring Psychic Fair & New Age Market Place

23rd Spring Psychic Fair & New Age Market Place Time: 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location: 201 North Main Street, Canastota, NY, 13032
Phone: 315-697-3802
Email: info@thegreystonecastle.com
Sat. 4/15-11am-8pm Sunday, 4/16-11am - 6pm
General admission-$7/pp (includes all lectures)
For entertainment purposes only
Brake from the Grind food truck - Sat.-Taco Truck/ Sunday-Farm to Table
Psychic & Intuitive Readers, Reiki, Jewelry, henna Artist, Candles, Clothing, Gourmet Candy, Herbal Soaps, Geodes, Sand Blasted Stone Work.
 

Caleb Liber LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA!

Caleb Liber 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 6PM - 9PM! Saturday, April 15th
Caleb Liber is a singer/songwriter who plays a wide variety of covers and original work on his acoustic guitar! He also participates in a band called “My So-Called Band," where they play live 90’s music in order to raise money to support today's causes.
Caleb Liber’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalebLiberMusic/
Bullfinch Brewpub is a locally owned brewery and restaurant located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall.
 

Pancake Breakfast – Jamesville-Dewitt Scouts BSA

Pancake Breakfast – Jamesville-Dewitt Scouts BSA Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Southwood Fire Department, 4581 Grace Place, Jamesville, NY, 13078
Email: cardinal73@verizon.net
The Jamesville-Dewitt Scout Troop 22 and Cub Scout Pack 22 will be holding their 18th annual pancake breakfast from 8:00 - 12:00 noon at Southwood Fire Department, 4581 Grace Place, Jamesville. Menu includes pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, cereal, milk, OJ, coffee. Tickets at the door:
• Adults: $10
• Children under 10 and Senior citizens: $6
• Family of 4: $25

Raffle prize tickets also sold at the event.
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

CNY Maple Festival

CNY Maple Festival Time: 9:00 AM
Host/Presenter: CNY Maple Festival
Location: Marathon , NY
Phone: 1-​607-543-1126
Email: cnymaplefest@yahoo.com
Come see the amazing events that are only shown at the Annual CNY Maple Festival. There is a wide variety of entertainers in the auditorium and throughout the town of Marathon. The festival provides the greatest maple products to satisfy your sweet tooth. The maple products are completely homemade and are unique, so please come and purchase some fantastic treats. Artisans come from all around to show off their extravagant creations. Come by the civic center and the gymnasium at the school to take a look at the variety of artwork.
 

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/
 

23rd Spring Psychic Fair & New Age Market Place

23rd Spring Psychic Fair & New Age Market Place Time: 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location: 201 North Main Street, Canastota, NY, 13032
Phone: 315-697-3802
Email: info@thegreystonecastle.com
Sat. 4/15-11am-8pm Sunday, 4/16-11am - 6pm
General admission-$7/pp (includes all lectures)
For entertainment purposes only
Brake from the Grind food truck - Sat.-Taco Truck/ Sunday-Farm to Table
Psychic & Intuitive Readers, Reiki, Jewelry, henna Artist, Candles, Clothing, Gourmet Candy, Herbal Soaps, Geodes, Sand Blasted Stone Work.
 

Modigliani Quartet

Modigliani Quartet Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 807 Union St., Schenectady, NY, 12308
Phone: 518-941-4331
Email: boxoffice@capitalregionclassical.org
We welcome back this thrilling Parisian quartet for their long-awaited return to our stage. Performing in all the major halls around the world, the Modigliani heads the esteemed Evian Festival in France. The quartet’s program features Smetana’s impassioned biographical work.

Schulhoff: Five Pieces
Beethoven: D-major Quartet, Op. 18, No. 3
Smetana: E-minor Quartet, From my life
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Little Feat: Boogie Your Spring Away Tour

Little Feat: Boogie Your Spring Away Tour Time: 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater
Location: 411 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 315-435-2121
Little Feat is the classic example of a fusion of many styles and musical genres made into something utterly distinctive. Their brilliant musicianship transcends boundaries, uniting California rock, funk, folk, jazz, country, rockabilly, and New Orleans swamp boogie into a rich gumbo, that has been leading people in joyful dance ever since.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Brit Floyd at Syracuse Oncenter

Brit Floyd at Syracuse Oncenter Time: 7:30 PM
Host/Presenter: The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater
Location: 411 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 315-435-2121
Brit Floyd returns to the stage in 2023 to perform a brand-new production celebrating 50 years of the ground-breaking and iconic musical masterpiece The Dark Side of the Moon. The show will feature classic tracks from the album such as Time, Money, Us and Them and The Great Gig in the Sky.

The 2 and a half hours plus set list will also include other highlights from Pink Floyd’s magnificent catalogue of albums, including tracks from The Wall, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Division Bell, Medal and much more. Taking to the stage to perform note for note renditions of all these classic Pink Floyd tracks will be the band of musicians that audiences have become familiar with worldwide over the years, featuring long time guitarist/vocalist and musical director Damian Darlington, who has played over 2500 Pink Floyd music related concerts throughout his career.
The band will also feature Ian Cattell, Edo Scordo, Eva Avila and all the other expert musicians that have joined the ranks of Brit Floyd over the course of the last decade.
 

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/
 

Dutchess Stadium Carnival

Dutchess Stadium Carnival
Location: 1500 NY-9D, Wappingers Falls, NY, 12590
Phone: 866-666-3247
Email: caronconway@comcast.net
Midway hours: 5-10 pm Wednesday - Thursday, 5-11 pm Friday, noon-11 pm Saturday, noon-10 pm Sunday.
Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of the electrifying midway with exciting rides and games for the whole family and deep-fried treats, sweets and other carnival eats. Event admission and parking at Heritage Financial Park are free. Unlimited ride wristbands are $35 on site while supplies last or online before 5 pm April 19 for $29 each, 2/$55 or 4/$99. Visit the website for ride ticket specials and coupon savings on rides and food. Parent/guardian supervision is required for ages 17 and younger. Please check the website for event updates before attending. For more information, call 866-666-3247.
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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/
 

Dutchess Stadium Carnival

Dutchess Stadium Carnival
Location: 1500 NY-9D, Wappingers Falls, NY, 12590
Phone: 866-666-3247
Email: caronconway@comcast.net
Midway hours: 5-10 pm Wednesday - Thursday, 5-11 pm Friday, noon-11 pm Saturday, noon-10 pm Sunday.
Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of the electrifying midway with exciting rides and games for the whole family and deep-fried treats, sweets and other carnival eats. Event admission and parking at Heritage Financial Park are free. Unlimited ride wristbands are $35 on site while supplies last or online before 5 pm April 19 for $29 each, 2/$55 or 4/$99. Visit the website for ride ticket specials and coupon savings on rides and food. Parent/guardian supervision is required for ages 17 and younger. Please check the website for event updates before attending. For more information, call 866-666-3247.
 

‘What Are We Waiting For?’ Tour at Blue Cross Arena

‘What Are We Waiting For?’ Tour at Blue Cross Arena Time: 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: One War Memorial Square, Rochester, NY, 14614
Phone: 615-257-9555
Email: info@forkingandcountry.com
Joel and Luke Smallbone know how to spin a cocoon of sound that envelopes the listener, lace words of truth and use their voices to lift and inspire.
For FOR KING + COUNTRY - the quadruple GRAMMY®-winning progressive pop artist-songwriters - what music can do, as a positive and emotional force in people’s lives, is what drives the Sydney, Australia-born, Nashville-based duo.
Fearless and searching for not just commonality, but how we all can take the things that scar us and transform them to grow in love, FOR KING + COUNTRY offers rigorous engagement with the world.
The duo’s growing list of accomplishments - number one radio singles, headlining tours with sold-out arena shows in major U.S. cities, sold-out shows on multiple continents,
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Spring Country Folk Art Show & Artisan Market

Spring Country Folk Art Show & Artisan Market
Location: NYS Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 248-634-4151
Email: rhondablakely@gmail.com
Friday, Apr 21, 5-9pm; Sat Apr 22, 10am to 5pm; Sun. Apr 23, 10am to 4pm

Our creative artisans & exhibitors are busy getting ready to bring you the latest on trend items for Spring. Stop by and see lots of wonderful garden art, vintage, repurposed & upcycled treasures, farmhouse style, industrial designs, furniture, jewelry, fashion & accessories, wineries, gourmet foods and so much more! Come see all your favorites and latest trends for spring, summer and beyond! You're sure to find something special for all spring time decorative and gift-giving needs. More show information, advance purchase tickets, and $1 discount coupon can be found at www.CountryFolkArt.com. Your paid admission re-admits you all 3 days and parking is free.
 

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/
 

Dutchess Stadium Carnival

Dutchess Stadium Carnival
Location: 1500 NY-9D, Wappingers Falls, NY, 12590
Phone: 866-666-3247
Email: caronconway@comcast.net
Midway hours: 5-10 pm Wednesday - Thursday, 5-11 pm Friday, noon-11 pm Saturday, noon-10 pm Sunday.
Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of the electrifying midway with exciting rides and games for the whole family and deep-fried treats, sweets and other carnival eats. Event admission and parking at Heritage Financial Park are free. Unlimited ride wristbands are $35 on site while supplies last or online before 5 pm April 19 for $29 each, 2/$55 or 4/$99. Visit the website for ride ticket specials and coupon savings on rides and food. Parent/guardian supervision is required for ages 17 and younger. Please check the website for event updates before attending. For more information, call 866-666-3247.
 

MacKenzie-Childs Warehouse Sale

MacKenzie-Childs Warehouse Sale Time: 8:00 AM
Location: 107 Salem St, Union Springs, NY, 13106
Phone: 315-367-7127
Email: eedmonds@auroraholdings.com
Friday, 4/21, 8am-6pm; Saturday, 4/22, 8am-6pm; Sunday, 4/23, 8am-1pm

Join us! Featuring up to 70% off 1000s of styles you've been waiting for! Seasonal, enamel and so much more!
For more details, visit www.mackenzie-childs.com/events.
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Toyfest

Toyfest Time: 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Host/Presenter: CNY Promotions
Location: New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 607-753-8580
Formally known as Toyful Weekend, Toyfest baosts 110 tables featuring Vintage & Modern Collectible Toys, Comic Books, Die Cast, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Wrestling, Action Figures, Dolls, Funko POP, Pokemon, Star Wars, Disney, Non-Sports Cards, Starting Line ups, Games, Supplies to protect your items, and much more.
 

Buffalo Blues & Roots Festival

Buffalo Blues & Roots Festival Time: 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: Buffalo Riverworks , 359 Ganson St., Buffalo, NY, 14203
Email: info@BuffaloRiverworks.com
TheBuffalo Blues & Roots Festival will be at Buffalo Riverworks features local, regional and national Blues, Rock, and Roots music associated acts, as well as local and regional vendors and artisans. Along with live music all day, there will be more than 20 local vendors and artisans.
 

Dinner Train Series

Dinner Train Series Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Adirondack Scenic Railroad - Utica Union Station
Location: 321 Main Street, Utica, NY, 13501
Phone: 1-800-819-2291
Step aboard the Adirondack Express for a Dinner and Train ride from Utica’s Union Station to Remsen. Enjoy a hand-crafted menu from an local chef Patrick O’Connor, owner of Feast & Festivities by O’Connor’s. Includes one complementary drink! Seating options include First Class with table seating and attendant or Diamond Class with 1920s booth style seating. The upper level of the Dome Car provides 360 views of the Adirondacks! Please visit the website for menu and details.
 

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/
 

Dutchess Stadium Carnival

Dutchess Stadium Carnival
Location: 1500 NY-9D, Wappingers Falls, NY, 12590
Phone: 866-666-3247
Email: caronconway@comcast.net
Midway hours: 5-10 pm Wednesday - Thursday, 5-11 pm Friday, noon-11 pm Saturday, noon-10 pm Sunday.
Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of the electrifying midway with exciting rides and games for the whole family and deep-fried treats, sweets and other carnival eats. Event admission and parking at Heritage Financial Park are free. Unlimited ride wristbands are $35 on site while supplies last or online before 5 pm April 19 for $29 each, 2/$55 or 4/$99. Visit the website for ride ticket specials and coupon savings on rides and food. Parent/guardian supervision is required for ages 17 and younger. Please check the website for event updates before attending. For more information, call 866-666-3247.
 

MacKenzie-Childs Warehouse Sale

MacKenzie-Childs Warehouse Sale Time: 8:00 AM
Location: 107 Salem St, Union Springs, NY, 13106
Phone: 315-367-7127
Email: eedmonds@auroraholdings.com
Friday, 4/21, 8am-6pm; Saturday, 4/22, 8am-6pm; Sunday, 4/23, 8am-1pm

Join us! Featuring up to 70% off 1000s of styles you've been waiting for! Seasonal, enamel and so much more!
For more details, visit www.mackenzie-childs.com/events.
 

Baltimore Woods Earth Day Community Celebration Event

 Baltimore Woods Earth Day Community Celebration Event Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Baltimore Woods Nature Center
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-673-1350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
Celebrate Earth with Baltimore Woods Nature Center and learn the many ways you can go all in with nature in 2023! Look for pollinators, use a microscope to see nature in a whole new way, become a bird in the migration obstacle challenge, be a citizen scientist, meet people from nature and conservation-based organizations around Central New York and learn how you can get involved! Not enough for you? Join a guided hike along the Valley Trail to soak in all the delights of the springtime forest. There are so many things you can do to keep nature a part of your life every day no matter where you are.
 

Earth Day Hike

Earth Day Hike Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: 6105 East Seneca Tnpk, Jamesville, NY, 13078
Email: FriendsOfClarkReservation@gmail.com ​
Come and celebrate Earth Day with a guided hike at Clark Reservation State Park! Meet at the Clark Reservation Nature Center at 2 pm; hike will be between 1 and 2 hours. Hike will be led by volunteer Mike Bonvell; registration is now open: https://www.friendsofclarkreservation.org/.../earth-day-hike
 

Earth Day at the Wineries - Springtime Wine Tasting

Earth Day at the Wineries - Springtime Wine Tasting Time: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: 100 Brotherhood Plaza, Washingtonville, NY, 10992
Phone: 845-256-8456
Email: jude@gunkswine.com
Celebrate Earth Day and springtime tasting wine in the beautiful Hudson Valley on Saturday, April 22, and Sunday, April 23, 2023 on the Shawangunk Wine Trail. Tickets are only $45 per person and are on sale now!
Receive a souvenir wine glass and a wine-tasting flight at your starting winery, then continue on a self-guided tour to the remaining three wineries on your itinerary between 11am-5pm. The first 800 attendees will receive a (6"-12") tall white spruce tree sapling, and a special wine charm for your glass! Planting a tree is a great way to celebrate Earth Day! Choose Saturday or Sunday and your starting winery.
 

Earth Day Stewardship Project at Baltimore Woods: Planting Trees for Native Habitat

Earth Day Stewardship Project at Baltimore Woods: Planting Trees for Native Habitat Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Host/Presenter: bal
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-673-1350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
Celebrate Earth Day with Baltimore Woods Nature Center by helping to take care of our planet at this annual event. This year's stewardship project will bring together all ages to help restore agricultural fields to native habitats for both our resident wildlife and visitors to the preserve to enjoy for generations to come by planting hundreds of trees!
 

Joe Whiting LIVE in Concert

Joe Whiting LIVE in Concert Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Willard Memorial Chapel, 17 Nelson St, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-252-0339
Email: admin@willard-chapel.com
See Jumpin' Joe Whiting in Concert at Willard Memorial Chapel on Saturday April 22, 2023 at 7 PM!
Joe is our first concert for the 2023 season. In conjunction to the concert, there will be a raffle featuring a Tom Hussey original painting, gift baskets and more! Raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20.
This concert is in honor of Nancy Hussey, our former CPC Board Member who passed away in 2020. Concert Tickets are $20 per person and are available at the Willard Chapel office, or call 315-252-0339 to reserve seats!
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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/
 

Dutchess Stadium Carnival

Dutchess Stadium Carnival
Location: 1500 NY-9D, Wappingers Falls, NY, 12590
Phone: 866-666-3247
Email: caronconway@comcast.net
Midway hours: 5-10 pm Wednesday - Thursday, 5-11 pm Friday, noon-11 pm Saturday, noon-10 pm Sunday.
Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of the electrifying midway with exciting rides and games for the whole family and deep-fried treats, sweets and other carnival eats. Event admission and parking at Heritage Financial Park are free. Unlimited ride wristbands are $35 on site while supplies last or online before 5 pm April 19 for $29 each, 2/$55 or 4/$99. Visit the website for ride ticket specials and coupon savings on rides and food. Parent/guardian supervision is required for ages 17 and younger. Please check the website for event updates before attending. For more information, call 866-666-3247.
 

MacKenzie-Childs Warehouse Sale

MacKenzie-Childs Warehouse Sale Time: 8:00 AM
Location: 107 Salem St, Union Springs, NY, 13106
Phone: 315-367-7127
Email: eedmonds@auroraholdings.com
Friday, 4/21, 8am-6pm; Saturday, 4/22, 8am-6pm; Sunday, 4/23, 8am-1pm

Join us! Featuring up to 70% off 1000s of styles you've been waiting for! Seasonal, enamel and so much more!
For more details, visit www.mackenzie-childs.com/events.
 

Earth Day at the Wineries - Springtime Wine Tasting

Earth Day at the Wineries - Springtime Wine Tasting Time: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: 100 Brotherhood Plaza, Washingtonville, NY, 10992
Phone: 845-256-8456
Email: jude@gunkswine.com
Celebrate Earth Day and springtime tasting wine in the beautiful Hudson Valley on Saturday, April 22, and Sunday, April 23, 2023 on the Shawangunk Wine Trail. Tickets are only $45 per person and are on sale now!
Receive a souvenir wine glass and a wine-tasting flight at your starting winery, then continue on a self-guided tour to the remaining three wineries on your itinerary between 11am-5pm. The first 800 attendees will receive a (6"-12") tall white spruce tree sapling, and a special wine charm for your glass! Planting a tree is a great way to celebrate Earth Day! Choose Saturday or Sunday and your starting winery.
 

Doric Quartet and Benjamin Grosvenor, piano

Doric Quartet and Benjamin Grosvenor, piano Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 807 Union St., Schenectady, NY, 12308
Phone: 518-941-4331
Email: boxoffice@capitalregionclassical.org
We close the season with some of the most exciting artists to come out of the UK in recent years. This quartet and pianist first collaborated at London’s Southbank Centre and immediately sought an American tour to continue their fruitful relationship. They team up for the rarely-heard quintet by the early 20th century composer Frank Bridge.

Haydn: D-major Quartet, Op. 50, No. 6, The Frog
Berg: Quartet, Op. 3
Bridge: Piano Quintet
 

Family Day at The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Phone: 1-845-257-3844
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
Enjoy exhibition-inspired activities for children and their families in conjunction with The Historic Woodstock Art Colony: The Arthur A. Anderson Collection. Please register at https://newpaltz.wufoo.com/forms/m1w4rywp1rowfpi/
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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/
 

Tim Herron LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA!

Tim Herron LIVE @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA! Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd, syracuse, NY, 13204
Email: bullfinchbrewpub@gmail.com
Live music from 6 PM - 9 PM!
For over 14 years, Tim has been a mainstay on the music scene in Upstate NY for years. He has six albums as the leader of the Tim Herron Corporation as well as three solo albums. He blends blues, folk, jazz, and rock seamlessly into a mix of American roots music. He tours constantly and brings his unique guitar style and songwriting to the stage.
Bullfinch Brewpub is located in the level 1 canyon in the Destiny USA mall. 306 Hiawatha Blvd, Syracuse, NY 13204
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

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/
 

BFA Thesis Exhibition I: Opening Reception

BFA Thesis Exhibition I: Opening Reception Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: The Dorsky at SUNY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
Opening reception for the BFA Thesis exhibition on display. Special days for this exhibit: April 28th through May 2nd.
 

BFA Thesis Exhibition I

BFA Thesis Exhibition I Time: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: The Dorsky at SUNY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
At the end of each semester, the Dorsky Museum is proud to exhibit new artwork by students earning Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees.
The thesis exhibitions are the culmination of the students' fine art studies, akin to the final exam, research project, or dissertation required of students earning liberal arts or science degrees.
 

Derby Hill Field Trip

Derby Hill Field Trip Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Baltimore Woods Nature Center
Location: 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus, NY, 13108
Phone: 315-67-31350
Email: info@baltimorewoods.org
In a single day, hundreds and sometimes thousands of raptors and other birds may pass Derby Hill Bird Observatory on their way north along the shore of Lake Ontario. Join Naturalist and former Derby Hill Hawk Counter Anna Stunkel to learn about these birds’ journeys, get an insider’s perspective on how and why this research is conducted, and learn some observation tips for watching raptors on the move.
 

The Jukebox Duo Live @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA!

The Jukebox Duo Live @ Bullfinch Brewpub | Destiny USA! Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13204
Email: bullfinchbrewpub@gmail.com
Live music from 6 PM - 9 PM!
The Jukebox Duo is made up of Tommy and Vinny, who are both talented and experienced musicians. Their two-piece band consist of a keyboard and guitar. They take inspiration from the 50s to today and create a fun, energetic, and danceable atmosphere when they perform!
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 April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Wine & Herb Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

Wine & Herb Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
Location: Romulus , NY
Phone: 315-549-3034
Drink. Eat. Garden. Repeat. Get a head start on your herb garden. Collect potted herbs and veggies featured in food samples along with a matching recipe collection. As you savor herb-prepared cuisine, you’ll be offered a wine that compliments that dish and be able to take home the recipes, so that you can be the highlight at your next get-together. You’ll also be offered up to 3 additional wine tastings.
 

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/
 

BFA Thesis Exhibition I

BFA Thesis Exhibition I Time: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: The Dorsky at SUNY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
At the end of each semester, the Dorsky Museum is proud to exhibit new artwork by students earning Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees.
The thesis exhibitions are the culmination of the students' fine art studies, akin to the final exam, research project, or dissertation required of students earning liberal arts or science degrees.
 

Events for April 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.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms

Baby Animal Days at Indian Ladder Farms Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Phone: 1-518-765-2956
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground.
 

Wine & Herb Cayuga Lake Wine Trail

Wine & Herb Cayuga Lake Wine Trail Host/Presenter: Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
Location: Romulus , NY
Phone: 315-549-3034
Drink. Eat. Garden. Repeat. Get a head start on your herb garden. Collect potted herbs and veggies featured in food samples along with a matching recipe collection. As you savor herb-prepared cuisine, you’ll be offered a wine that compliments that dish and be able to take home the recipes, so that you can be the highlight at your next get-together. You’ll also be offered up to 3 additional wine tastings.
 

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/
 

BFA Thesis Exhibition I

BFA Thesis Exhibition I Time: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: The Dorsky at SUNY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY, 12561
Email: bowmanz@newpaltz.edu
At the end of each semester, the Dorsky Museum is proud to exhibit new artwork by students earning Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees.
The thesis exhibitions are the culmination of the students' fine art studies, akin to the final exam, research project, or dissertation required of students earning liberal arts or science degrees.
 
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