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Upstate NY Events Calendar


Because of the Coronal Virus Pandemic, Many immediate and upcoming Events across NY State have either been modified or postponed. Please consult individual Event websites to get the latest updated information.
 

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Events for July 1

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Firefly Fridays

Firefly Fridays Time: 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Genesee Country Village & Museum
Location: 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY, 14511
Phone: 1-585-538-6822
Email: info@gcv.org
Fireflies, also known as lightning bugs, glowworms, or members of the Lampyridae family, are magical little creatures. Come join us to learn more about them and their powers of bioluminescence, right in their natural habitat. Bring your family for a guided evening hike across our Oatka Creek meadow, behind the scenes of the Genesee Country Village & Museum.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Virtual Opening

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Virtual Opening Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

Taste of Oneida County

Time: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Verona Beach State Park
Location: 6541 Lakeshore Road South, Route 13, Verona Beach, NY, 13162
Phone: 1-315-762-4463
Come celebrate our community and the 75th Anniversary of Verona Beach State Park through seeing, tasting, and exploring. Verona Beach State Park is hosting its first ever Taste of Oneida County. Our park will feature local businesses and vendors to showcase their foods, beverages, artwork, and handcrafted products. Free to enter the park after 5:00pm. LIVE MUSIC from Patrick Young. Splash pad will be on - bring your kids! Complimentary all-level yoga class from 7-8pm.
 

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse Time: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Everson Museum & Syracuse Food Truck Association
Location: 401 Harrison St., Syracuse, NY, 13209
he Syracuse Food Truck Association has teamed up with the Everson Museum again to bring food trucks back to Downtown Syracuse for a weekly food truck rally in the Everson plaza. Every Friday, come to downtown Syracuse to taste the best of the best in local Food Trucks. This event occurs every Friday though August! See the schedule and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks.

Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.

Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

Events for July 2

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Virtual Opening

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Virtual Opening Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

Celebrate Independence Day Weekend at Fort Ticonderoga!

Celebrate Independence Day Weekend at Fort Ticonderoga! Time: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-518-585-2821
Experience the American Revolution on the very ground on which the fight for liberty occurred, with museum staff and costumed interpreters who will bring to life the events of the year 1777. Guests will follow the footsteps of the Continental Army and see first-hand the struggle for freedom. See rare objects from the American Revolution as part of the A Well Regulated Militia: Citizen, Soldier, and State exhibit. These and other significant artifacts will be on display all Independence Day weekend as we reflect on the extensive struggle to achieve nationhood. All weekend long, enjoy guided tours, thrilling weapons firing demonstrations, fife and drum performances, Carillon boat cruises on Lake Champlain, hands-on family programs, and more!
 

Free Summer Fun Fair Festival Sullivan Catskills

Free Summer Fun Fair Festival Sullivan Catskills
Location: 47 Sweeney Rd, Glen Spey, NY, 12737
Phone: 845-856-9000
Email: info@kadampanewyork.org
Everyone is welcome to attend the Fun Fair at Kadampa Meditation Center New York - a meaningful, fun-filled activity for your 4th of July holiday weekend. This Upstate NY Sullivan County Catskills Free community event is for all ages and a perfect outing event for the whole family. The event will be a full day of fun and games that also includes live music, kids' activities, Temple Tours, nature trails, rummage sale/antiques, vendor & exhibitor booths and tasty vegetarian cuisine. Pets on a leash welcome.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

Events for July 3

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Virtual Opening

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Virtual Opening Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

Events for July 4

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

Independence Day Fireworks Over Boldt Castle !

Independence Day Fireworks Over Boldt Castle ! Host/Presenter: Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce
Location: Alexandria Bay , NY
Phone: 315-482-9531
Email: info@alexbay.org
Get ready for another amazing fireworks show! Celebrate Independence Day this July 4th as the night sky over Boldt Castle hosts a spectacular fireworks display. The display begins at dusk (approximately 9:45pm). Watch from the shores of Alexandria Bay or aboard your own boat or crafts operated by various tour boat companies.

 

Independence Day Celebration

Independence Day Celebration Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Genesee Country Village & Museum
Location: 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY, 14511
Phone: 585-538-6822
Email: info@gcv.org
Enjoy hot dogs and hamburgers from the Depot Restaurant while listening to patriotic tunes played from the bandstand on the Great Meadow throughout the day, learn about how 19th-century Americans may have celebrated Independence Day as you wander through the village, and so much more!

Enjoy a 19th-century style parade, pie-eating contest, hands-on games and activities, recitation of the Declaration of Independence, and more.
 

Events for July 5

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

Chinese Acrobat Li Liu at Chautauqua Institute

Chinese Acrobat Li Liu at Chautauqua Institute Time: 5:00 PM, 7 PM
Host/Presenter: Chautauqua Institute
Location: Smith Wilkes Hall, 1 Ames Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
In this one-woman acrobatic performance, Li Liu performs hand balancing, plate spinning, artistic cycling, ribbon dancing, Chinese yo-yos, and foot juggling. A limited number of volunteers get to join her on stage to create an impromptu ribbon dance, and also to try their hand at plate spinning. Celebrate Chinese culture as Li teaches Chinese phrases and brings ancient rituals to life.
 

Machine Gun Kelly comes to Lakeview Amphitheater

Machine Gun Kelly comes to Lakeview Amphitheater Time: 7:30 PM
Location: St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 315-435-435-5100
American Rapper Machine Gun Kelly with special guests Avril Lavigne and Indy Dior will take the Lake Amphitheater Stage in July! Nicknamed MGK by his fans, the energetic performer became the first rapper in history to win the Apollo's talent show. Many know MGK for his singles like “Wild Boy,” “Invincible,” and “Stereo.” His debut album Lace Up, under Bad Boy and Interscope Records, earned him a bigger spot at the top of the music industry. MGK is also a renowned actor. He started with the romantic drama film Beyond the Lights in 2014. He has since starred in several other films, including Project Power, The King of Staten Island, and Dirt.
 

Events for July 6

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

#SYRFoodTrucks Takeover: Great Northern

#SYRFoodTrucks Takeover: Great Northern Time: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Great Northern Mall, 4155 NY-31, Clay, NY, 13041
Email: info@syrfoodtrucks.com
It's back! Join us on Wednesdays from 4-8pm for the weekly #SYRFoodTrucks Takeover at Great Northern Mall in Clay. Bigger and better than ever! Now featuring 15-20 locally owned food trucks & live local music each week every Wednesday through October. Music from Just Joe from 5:30-7:30pm! RAIN OR SHINE EVENT. View the schedule of trucks, menus and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

Events for July 7

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes. Thursday boat tours feature a tour and dinner concept. Please check the website or call the museum for more information.
 

Take a Lake & Land Tour with Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours

Take a Lake & Land Tour with Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours
Location: Allan H. Treman State Marina, 805 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY, 14850
Phone: 1-607-327-5253
Join Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours for a one-of-a-kind Finger Lakes opportunity for a combined 4-hour lake & land experience from our home dock at the Allan H. Treman State Marina to the famous Taughannock Falls State Park and back, with the options below to choose from. Our knowledgeable narrators will also be on board to discuss the human and natural history of the lake and provide some hands-on activities, great for kids and adults alike!

- a 2 mile guided hike to Taughannock Falls with a NYS Park environmental educator.

- rent a paddleboard, single or tandem kayak from our friends at Paddle-n-More at discounted prices

- simply kick back and enjoy the park itself (there is a playground and swim area)

- order lunch while on the boat in the morning and enjoy it on the cruise back!

Choose your activity options when you make your reservation! You may bring your own snacks and/or lunch or order lunch while you're on the boat for $10. Seltzer water will be available.

 

Madison County Fair

Madison County Fair Time: 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: 1968 Fairground Road, Brookfield, NY, 13314
Phone: 315-899-5867
Email: madisoncountyfair39@yahoo.com
This agricultural county fair features livestock, food, games, entertainment and more. Enjoy exciting events like stock car racing, truck pulls and demolition derby!
 

Events for July 8

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

Enjoy Wine, Music & Entertainment at the Finger Lakes Wine Festival

Enjoy Wine, Music & Entertainment at the Finger Lakes Wine Festival Host/Presenter: Finger Lakes Wine Festival and Watkins Glen
Location: 2790 CR-16 , Watkins Glen , NY, 14891
Phone: 1-607-535-2486
Email: winefest@theglen.com
The Finger Lakes Wine Festival, presented by Yancey's Fancy, returns to Watkins Glen! Be here for 90+ NY wineries, artisan food vendors, pace car rides, craft vendors, on-site camping, live music and entertainment, all in the heart of Finger Lakes Wine Country!


 

Morgan Wallen: The Dangerous Tour at Lakeview Amphitheater

Morgan Wallen: The Dangerous Tour at Lakeview Amphitheater Time: 7:00 PM
Location: St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 315-435-435-5100
Multi-Platinum country artist Morgan Wallen has earned more than 8 billion on-demand streams, multi-Platinum certifications, and four consecutive chart-toppers. His 2x Platinum sophomore effort, Dangerous: The Double Album, reigns atop the all-genre Billboard 200 Albums year-end chart.
 

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse Time: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Everson Museum & Syracuse Food Truck Association
Location: 401 Harrison St., Syracuse, NY, 13209
he Syracuse Food Truck Association has teamed up with the Everson Museum again to bring food trucks back to Downtown Syracuse for a weekly food truck rally in the Everson plaza. Every Friday, come to downtown Syracuse to taste the best of the best in local Food Trucks. This event occurs every Friday though August! See the schedule and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

Cape Vincent's French Festival

Cape Vincent's French Festival
Location: Downtown, 173 N. James St., Cape Vincent, NY, 13618
Phone: 1-315-654-2481
Cape Vincent’s July bash is one of the biggest cultural festivals in the 1000 Islands Region. Enjoy this unique festival offering delicious pastries, as well as performances, a parade led by Napoleon, a gala fireworks display, authentic cuisine and more!

There will also be more than 200 artists and crafters will line the streets of the village and will be selling their handmade and handcrafted wares.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

Events for July 9

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

Enjoy Wine, Music & Entertainment at the Finger Lakes Wine Festival

Enjoy Wine, Music & Entertainment at the Finger Lakes Wine Festival Host/Presenter: Finger Lakes Wine Festival and Watkins Glen
Location: 2790 CR-16 , Watkins Glen , NY, 14891
Phone: 1-607-535-2486
Email: winefest@theglen.com
The Finger Lakes Wine Festival, presented by Yancey's Fancy, returns to Watkins Glen! Be here for 90+ NY wineries, artisan food vendors, pace car rides, craft vendors, on-site camping, live music and entertainment, all in the heart of Finger Lakes Wine Country!


 

Cape Vincent's French Festival

Cape Vincent's French Festival
Location: Downtown, 173 N. James St., Cape Vincent, NY, 13618
Phone: 1-315-654-2481
Cape Vincent’s July bash is one of the biggest cultural festivals in the 1000 Islands Region. Enjoy this unique festival offering delicious pastries, as well as performances, a parade led by Napoleon, a gala fireworks display, authentic cuisine and more!

There will also be more than 200 artists and crafters will line the streets of the village and will be selling their handmade and handcrafted wares.
 

Aladdin Live in Concert with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra

Aladdin Live in Concert with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra Time: 7:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Chautauqua Institute
Location: Amphitheather, 1 Ames Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
Get ready to see Aladdin — the animated movie live in concert with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra! Rediscover the magic of the mythical city of Agrabah and the love between Jasmine and Aladdin while the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra plays the unforgettable Academy Award®-winning score in its entirety.
 

Dave Matthews Band

Dave Matthews Band Time: 4:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines , Saratoga Springs , NY, 12866
Sale Dates and Times:
Public Onsale : Fri, 25 Feb 2022 at 10:00 AM
Citi® Cardmember Presale : Tue, 22 Feb 2022 at 09:00 AM
Citi® Cardmember Preferred Tickets : Fri, 25 Feb 2022 at 10:00 AM
Official Platinum Presale : Tue, 22 Feb 2022 at 09:00 AM
Official Platinum : Fri, 25 Feb 2022 at 10:00 AM
 

Lynyrd Skynyrd's Big Wheels Keep On Turnin' Tour

Lynyrd Skynyrd's Big Wheels Keep On Turnin' Tour Time: 7:00 PM
Location: St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 315-435-435-5100
Dubbed one of the 100 Greatest Bands of All Time by Rolling Stone, Lynyrd Skynyrd performs at Syracuse's Lakeview Amphitheater with special guest Don Felder. Formed in Jacksonville, FL in 1964 – first as My Backyard, later as The Noble Five, and finally as Lynyrd Skynyrd – the band played more than a thousand local gigs by the early 1970’s. After the popular Free Bird in 1973, the band's Sweet Home Alabama propelled Skynyrd to the top of the Southern rock genre and took their sound worldwide. It landed on the top 100 charts in three countries outside the United States and fueled Skynyrd’s success as one of the top touring acts in the country.
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

Second Saturdays in the Stockade

Time: : AM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Pinkwater Gallery / Kingston Uptown Business Association
Location: Kingston, NY
Phone: 718-243-2350
Email: anne@pinkwatergallery.com
Hosted by Pinkwater Gallery, Second Saturday consists of 10 home/interior design-related businesses in the Kingston area that will stay open later, until 8 p.m. on the 2nd Saturday of every month. This is the perfect way to peruse and shop all that Kingston has to offer regarding home design and finding beautiful art -as Pinkwater Gallery is the go-to for artwork from professional artists residing in the Hudson Valley/Catskill regions- before dinner or après drinks!
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

Events for July 10

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

Enjoy Wine, Music & Entertainment at the Finger Lakes Wine Festival

Enjoy Wine, Music & Entertainment at the Finger Lakes Wine Festival Host/Presenter: Finger Lakes Wine Festival and Watkins Glen
Location: 2790 CR-16 , Watkins Glen , NY, 14891
Phone: 1-607-535-2486
Email: winefest@theglen.com
The Finger Lakes Wine Festival, presented by Yancey's Fancy, returns to Watkins Glen! Be here for 90+ NY wineries, artisan food vendors, pace car rides, craft vendors, on-site camping, live music and entertainment, all in the heart of Finger Lakes Wine Country!


 

Cape Vincent's French Festival

Cape Vincent's French Festival
Location: Downtown, 173 N. James St., Cape Vincent, NY, 13618
Phone: 1-315-654-2481
Cape Vincent’s July bash is one of the biggest cultural festivals in the 1000 Islands Region. Enjoy this unique festival offering delicious pastries, as well as performances, a parade led by Napoleon, a gala fireworks display, authentic cuisine and more!

There will also be more than 200 artists and crafters will line the streets of the village and will be selling their handmade and handcrafted wares.
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

Keith Urban at CMAC

Keith Urban at CMAC Time: 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: CMAC/Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center
Location: 3355 Marvin Sands Drive, Canandaigua, NY, 14424
Phone: 1-585-678-6938
Keith Urban sets ‘22 for his return to the road and the debut of his ‘THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR”. The North American leg featuring Ingrid Andress premieres in Canandaigua on July 10, 2022 at CMAC. Critics from around the globe have hailed Urban’s concerts as ones “not to be missed,” as unpredictable as they are explosive. Combine his infectious showmanship, virtuoso guitar playing, effortless spontaneity with a fist-pumping, arena-ready arsenal of hits and THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR promises to be one of the concert event of the Summer.
 

Rhythm Project All-Stars at Chautauqua Institute Amphitheater

Rhythm Project All-Stars at Chautauqua Institute Amphitheater Time: 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Chautauqua Institute
Location: Amphitheather, 1 Ames Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
The Rhythm Project All-Stars is a world percussion ensemble that has earned international acclaim and collaborated with many prominent artists. They have opened for Gladys Knight, shared the stage with pan artist Victor Provost and the Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, performed at the Royal Nova Scotia and Virginia International Tattoos, and at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage.
 

U Pick Lavender Days on the Farm

U Pick Lavender Days on the Farm Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Slate Hill Flower Farm
Location: 342 Slate Hill Rd., Sharon Springs , NY, 13459
Phone: 518-424-3668
Enjoy Sharon Spring's Garden Party weekend for U Pick Lavender on our farm. You're invited to visit Slate Hill Flower Farm to enjoy the lavender in bloom for cut your own lavender days.
Cost - $10 per bunch of fresh lavender for visitors to take home with them. Feel free to walk the farm (1/4 mile loop around the field) and enjoy the view while visiting.
• All cutting tools will be provided along with a sanitizing station and hand sanitizer
• Lavender varieties we grow include (English) Hidcote, Munstead, Big Time Blue, Super Blue ; (French) Grosso and Phenomenal
• Stop by the new Farm Shop for your lavender needs from fresh & dried bunches, sachets, and honey to lavender plants
*For large parties, please call ahead to schedule a time See less
 

Events for July 11

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

Events for July 12

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

Sheryl Crow at Chautauqua Institute Amphitheater

Sheryl Crow at Chautauqua Institute Amphitheater Time: 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Chautauqua Institute
Location: 1 Ames Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
American music icon and nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow brings hits like “All I Wanna Do” and “Soak Up the Sun” to the Chautauqua Amphitheater after opening performances by five-time Grammy-winning bluesman Keb’ Mo’ and the soulful Memphis-based blues band Southern Avenue.
 

New York City Ballet: NYCB On and Off Stage

New York City Ballet: NYCB On and Off Stage Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
Back by popular demand is a special “NYCB On and Off Stage” presentation designed to introduce the season with an intimate, up-close look at selected excerpts from the Company’s repertory of ballets that will be featured during the residency including Merce Cunningham’s Summerspace, Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces, Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and more. The evening will be hosted by Principal Dancers Sterling Hyltin and Adrian Danchig-Waring who will introduce the excerpts and provide insights on each ballet.

Tickets range from $29-$94
 

Events for July 13

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

CHEER LIVE at Lakeview Amphitheater

CHEER LIVE at Lakeview Amphitheater Time: 7:30 PM
Location: St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 315-435-435-5100
Presented by Live Nation, CHEER LIVE 2022 Tour will break new ground in a first of its kind live performance touring across North America featuring athletes from Emmy Award-winning Netflix docuseries CHEER. Bringing together fan favorites from the two most successful rival cheer programs in the country, Navarro College and Trinity Valley Community College, CHEER LIVE will feature 14x National Champion coach and best-selling author, Monica Aldama alongside cheer stars such as Gabi Butler and Morgan Simianer. The full cast features Maddy Brum, Angel Rice, Dee Joseph, James Thomas, Jeron Hazelwood, Gillian Rupert, Cassadee Dunlap, and more to be announced. The premiere athletes all make mat for an electrifying exhibition of never-before-seen stunts and stage performances that are sure to have fans on the edge of their seats. Without the restraints of score cards, judges, and time limits, CHEER LIVE will transform the nail-biting sport of competitive cheerleading into a first of its kind premiere athletic event staged with the epic production value of a live concert.
 

#SYRFoodTrucks Takeover: Great Northern

#SYRFoodTrucks Takeover: Great Northern Time: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Great Northern Mall, 4155 NY-31, Clay, NY, 13041
Email: info@syrfoodtrucks.com
It's back! Join us on Wednesdays from 4-8pm for the weekly #SYRFoodTrucks Takeover at Great Northern Mall in Clay. Bigger and better than ever! Now featuring 15-20 locally owned food trucks & live local music each week every Wednesday through October. Music from Just Joe from 5:30-7:30pm! RAIN OR SHINE EVENT. View the schedule of trucks, menus and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

Capital Concert Series featuring Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo presented by Miller Lite

Capital Concert Series featuring Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo presented by Miller Lite Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Empire State Plaza Events
Location: Empire State Plaza , Albany , NY, 12242
Phone: 518-474-4759
This FREE show featuring Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo is presented by Miller Lite at the Empire State Plaza!
Pat Benatar’s staggering vocals and take-no-prisoners attitude, along with Neil Giraldo’s trailblazing artistry as a guitarist, producer and songwriter forged the undeniable chemistry and unique sound that created some of rock’s most memorable hits including “We Belong,” “Invincible,” “Love Is A Battlefield,” “Promises In The Dark,” “We Live For Love,” “Heartbreaker,” and “Hell Is For Children.”
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

New York City Ballet: 20th Century Masters

New York City Ballet: 20th Century Masters Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
SPAC’s 20th Century Masters program will pay homage to iconic choreographers Merce Cunningham, Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine. Opening the program is Balanchine’s Chaconne, by turns elegiac and courtly, beginning with a dreamlike prologue and concluding with a grand series of classical dances. Highlighting the program is Cunningham’s Summerspace, which has not been performed at SPAC since 1967. The program will culminate with Glass Pieces, composed by Philip Glass with choreography by Jerome Robbins. Tickets range from $30-$125.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

Events for July 14

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes. Thursday boat tours feature a tour and dinner concept. Please check the website or call the museum for more information.
 

Take a Lake & Land Tour with Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours

Take a Lake & Land Tour with Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours
Location: Allan H. Treman State Marina, 805 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY, 14850
Phone: 1-607-327-5253
Join Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours for a one-of-a-kind Finger Lakes opportunity for a combined 4-hour lake & land experience from our home dock at the Allan H. Treman State Marina to the famous Taughannock Falls State Park and back, with the options below to choose from. Our knowledgeable narrators will also be on board to discuss the human and natural history of the lake and provide some hands-on activities, great for kids and adults alike!
- a 2 mile guided hike to Taughannock Falls with a NYS Park environmental educator.
- rent a paddleboard, single or tandem kayak from our friends at Paddle-n-More at discounted prices
- simply kick back and enjoy the park itself (there is a playground and swim area)
- order lunch while on the boat in the morning and enjoy it on the cruise back!

Choose your activity options when you make your reservation! You may bring your own snacks and/or lunch or order lunch while you're on the boat for $10. Seltzer water will be available.

 

New York City Ballet: Evolution

New York City Ballet: Evolution Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Resident Choreographer Jamar Roberts makes his highly anticipated debut on SPAC’s stage with a new work that premiered as part of NYCB’s winter season to open the program. The ballet is set to selections for orchestra and jazz quartet from saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter’s album Emanon.
Set to hold its NYCB premiere in Spring 2022, Gustave le Gray No. 1 was originally created in 2019 for “Ballet Across America” at the Kennedy Center and featured dancers from Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) and Miami City Ballet. Choreographed by Pam Tanowitz and set to music by Caroline Shaw performed by an onstage pianist, the work will be performed by two dancers from NYCB and two guest dancers from DTH.

In Creases is the first work Justin Peck created for the Company, where it received its world premiere in July 2012 at SPAC. Set to Philip Glass’s “Four Movements for Two Pianos,” Peck has since created 18 works for NYCB, and was named the Company’s Resident Choreographer in 2014 and Artistic Advisor in 2019.

A ballet with unceasing appeal, The Four Temperaments by George Balanchine references the medieval concept of psychological humors through its classically grounded but definitively modern movement.
Tickets range from $29-$119
 

New York City Ballet: Evolution

New York City Ballet: Evolution Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Resident Choreographer Jamar Roberts makes his highly anticipated debut on SPAC’s stage with a new work that premiered as part of NYCB’s winter season to open the program. The ballet is set to selections for orchestra and jazz quartet from saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter’s album Emanon.
Set to hold its NYCB premiere in Spring 2022, Gustave le Gray No. 1 was originally created in 2019 for “Ballet Across America” at the Kennedy Center and featured dancers from Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) and Miami City Ballet. Choreographed by Pam Tanowitz and set to music by Caroline Shaw performed by an onstage pianist, the work will be performed by two dancers from NYCB and two guest dancers from DTH.

In Creases is the first work Justin Peck created for the Company, where it received its world premiere in July 2012 at SPAC. Set to Philip Glass’s “Four Movements for Two Pianos,” Peck has since created 18 works for NYCB, and was named the Company’s Resident Choreographer in 2014 and Artistic Advisor in 2019.
A ballet with unceasing appeal, The Four Temperaments by George Balanchine references the medieval concept of psychological humors through its classically grounded but definitively modern movement.
Tickets range from $29-$93


 

CONCERT | Durham County Poets

CONCERT | Durham County Poets Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Tannery Pond Community Center
Location: 228 Main Street, PO Box 54, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 518-251-2505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
Durham County Poets are known for their eclectic blend of blues, folk, roots, and gospel. Hailing from Quebec’s Chateauguay Valley, the band was nominated for a 2020 Juno Award for Blues Album of the Year and two 2020 Maple Blues Awards.
“Lead singer Kevin Harvey and his band are sonic shape shifters of the first order. Whether it’s blues, folk, soul, country, gospel or New Orleans swing, they purvey it with skill, aplomb and pure honesty.” - Nate Dow
 

CHILDREN’S OPERA | Seagle Festival’s “The Three Bears”

CHILDREN’S OPERA | Seagle Festival’s “The Three Bears” Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Host/Presenter: Tannery Pond Community Center
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 518-251-2505
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
The story follows the traditional fairy tale with the added twist that Goldilocks is a homeless orphan. The show resonates with messages of equality, fair-treatment, and empathy.
 

Events for July 15

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

Luke Bryan at CMAC

Luke Bryan at CMAC Time: 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: CMAC/Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center
Location: 3355 Marvin Sands Drive, Canandaigua, NY, 14424
Phone: 1-585-678-6938
One of the world's best-selling music artists, with more than 75 million records sold, country singer/songwriter Luke Bryan takes the CMAC stage in July! Special guests include Riley Green and Mitchell Tenpenny. Bryan's first 10 albums have included 27 number-one hits. Since 2018, Bryan is a judge on American Idol.
 

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse Time: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Everson Museum & Syracuse Food Truck Association
Location: 401 Harrison St., Syracuse, NY, 13209
he Syracuse Food Truck Association has teamed up with the Everson Museum again to bring food trucks back to Downtown Syracuse for a weekly food truck rally in the Everson plaza. Every Friday, come to downtown Syracuse to taste the best of the best in local Food Trucks. This event occurs every Friday though August! See the schedule and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

New York City Ballet: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

New York City Ballet: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream was performed by NYCB as part of their first season at SPAC in 1966. The full-length story ballet is based on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, one of his happiest and most loved comedies.
FREE ice cream provided by Stewart’s Shops prior to the show!
Tickets range from $39-$179.
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16, a Pay What You Can Preview Performance on July 15, and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Night at the Museum

Night at the Museum Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Frederic Remington Art Museum
Location: 303 Washington Street, Ogdensburg, NY, 13669
Phone: 1-315-3559-1363
Email: mflack@fredericremington.org
The Frederic Remington Art Museum will be open extended hours for Night at the Museum, on Friday, July 15th from 5-8 PM. Guests are invited to a wonderful evening of art, classic cars, delicious food, and live music sponsored by Blevins Bros. Ogdensburg. Admission is free.


 

Events for July 16

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

Oswego Paddlefest

Oswego Paddlefest Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Oswego County & H.Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: Oswego Harbor , Oswego , NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
Email: info@hlwmm.org
Calling all kayakers, canoeists and stand-up paddle boarders to enjoy and appreciate the unique beauty of the historic Oswego Canal/River by “locking through” four canal locks at Oswego's annual Paddlefest. There will be two launch points again this year. Both courses will end at Wrights Landing Marina in Oswego. The long course, geared for experienced paddlers, is approximately 13 miles and launches from Indian Point Park on NYS Rte. 481 in Fulton. Paddlers will launch for the long course between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. The short course is approximately 5.5 miles and launches from Minetto Riverview Park on NYS Rte. 48 from 8 to 9 a.m. To register for Paddlefest on-line go to: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/hleewhitemaritimemuseumatoswego/278476/ . Paddlefest qualifies for the Erie Canalway Challenge. For information on how to participate by logging miles along the canal, go to www.canalwaychallenge.org.




 

Brews With Views II

Brews With Views II Time: 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: 105 Fair Street, Cold Spring, NY, 10516
This exciting and refreshing craft beer festival features 50+ breweries and 100+ taps, music, games, raffles and more! Get your tickets HERE.
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

Can-Am Festival

Can-Am Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: Sackets Harbor, NY
Phone: 1-315-646-6070
The Canadian American Festival was born nearly 50 years ago to celebrate Sackets Harbor friendship and love of Canada. this day of fun features games, food, crafters, live music, local shops and restaurants. Bring your family and friends to enjoy the harbor on a beautiful July day!

 

Dar Williams with special guest Heather Maloney

Dar Williams with special guest Heather Maloney Time: 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Canalside Stage at the JCC
Location: 1200 Edgewood Ave., Rochester, NY, 14618
Phone: 1-585-461-2000
Singer/songwriter Dar Williams burst onto the alt rock scene in the late 1990s with hits like As Cool As I Am and Are You Out There? and has been making music ever since. Her 12th studio album I’ll Meet You Here was released in 2021 to great acclaim. Dar Williams’ optimistic lyrics and driving melodies that alternate between beguiling lightness and understated gravity will inspire and entertain fans old and new.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

Celebrating Chocolate Weekend

Celebrating Chocolate Weekend Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY, 14511
Phone: 585-538-6822
Email: info@gcv.org
Explore historic kitchens and learn about 19th-century uses for chocolate - some may surprise you! Don't forget to visit the D.B. Munger Confectionery in the Historic Village to shop a variety of American Heritage® Chocolate products. American Heritage® Chocolate is an authentic historic line of products by Mars Chocolate North America and has been developed from chocolate recipes of the 1750s.
 

New York City Ballet: 20th Century Masters

New York City Ballet: 20th Century Masters Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
SPAC’s 20th Century Masters program will pay homage to iconic choreographers Merce Cunningham, Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine. Opening the program is Balanchine’s Chaconne, by turns elegiac and courtly, beginning with a dreamlike prologue and concluding with a grand series of classical dances. Highlighting the program is Cunningham’s Summerspace, which has not been performed at SPAC since 1967. The program will culminate with Glass Pieces, composed by Philip Glass with choreography by Jerome Robbins.
 

New York City Ballet: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

New York City Ballet: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream was performed by NYCB as part of their first season at SPAC in 1966. The full-length story ballet is based on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, one of his happiest and most loved comedies. It is called a “Dream” because of the unrealistic events the characters experience in the play — real, yet unreal, such as crossed lovers, meaningless quarrels, forest chases leading to more confusion, and magic spells woven by the infamous Puck.

FREE ice cream provided by Stewart’s Shops at this event before the start of the main stage performance!

Tickets range from $39-$128
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Car Show

Car Show Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: apalmer10811@gmail.com
Join us for our Car Show featuring hot rods, vintage cars and more. Chicken dinner available for purchase with a choice of 2 sides and a cookie. A fun filled family day !
 

Events for July 17

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

It’s Time for 6x6x2022!

It’s Time for 6x6x2022! Time: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: 137 East Ave, Rochester, NY, 14604
Phone: 585-461-2222
Email: info@rochestercontemporary.org
6x6 IS A FUNDRAISER! Every $20 artwork purchase supports our future exhibitions & public art! Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6x6 exhibition brings together thousands of artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers and YOU. All artworks are exhibited anonymously and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Global Online Purchasing begins: June 7 at 10am; Social: #RoCo6x6 #6x6MAD @RoCo137. Please visit the art center's website for summer gallery hours.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

Can-Am Festival

Can-Am Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: Sackets Harbor, NY
Phone: 1-315-646-6070
The Canadian American Festival was born nearly 50 years ago to celebrate Sackets Harbor friendship and love of Canada. this day of fun features games, food, crafters, live music, local shops and restaurants. Bring your family and friends to enjoy the harbor on a beautiful July day!

 

Celebrating Chocolate Weekend

Celebrating Chocolate Weekend Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY, 14511
Phone: 585-538-6822
Email: info@gcv.org
Explore historic kitchens and learn about 19th-century uses for chocolate - some may surprise you! Don't forget to visit the D.B. Munger Confectionery in the Historic Village to shop a variety of American Heritage® Chocolate products. American Heritage® Chocolate is an authentic historic line of products by Mars Chocolate North America and has been developed from chocolate recipes of the 1750s.
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Troy River Festival

Troy River Festival Time: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Downtown Troy Business Improvement District
Location: River Street, Troy, NY, 12180
Phone: 1-518-279-7997
Email: info@troybid.org
Troy River Festival is a thoughtfully curated celebration of art, music, handmade crafts, and culture that appeals to all ages. Centered along historic River Street in Downtown Troy, the festival attracts thousands of guests and spills out onto the surrounding streets to truly make the most of our scenic, walkable district. This free, family-friendly festival encourages visitors to explore the streets of Troy while discovering food and craft vendors, live music, street art, pop-up performances, kids activities, and much more.
 

Events for July 18

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Events for July 19

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Events for July 20

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

#SYRFoodTrucks Takeover: Great Northern

#SYRFoodTrucks Takeover: Great Northern Time: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Great Northern Mall, 4155 NY-31, Clay, NY, 13041
Email: info@syrfoodtrucks.com
It's back! Join us on Wednesdays from 4-8pm for the weekly #SYRFoodTrucks Takeover at Great Northern Mall in Clay. Bigger and better than ever! Now featuring 15-20 locally owned food trucks & live local music each week every Wednesday through October. Music from Just Joe from 5:30-7:30pm! RAIN OR SHINE EVENT. View the schedule of trucks, menus and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

Grand Illusion - The Music of Styx

Grand Illusion - The Music of Styx Time: 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Canalside Stage at the JCC
Location: 1200 Edgewood Ave., Rochester, NY, 14618
Phone: 1-585-461-2000
Grand Illusion is the premiere Styx tribute band, recreating the experience of Styx music as if you were viewing Styx live, for the 1st time. These world-class musicians present their show with haunting lead vocals, superior harmonies, and a musical performance that is powerfully aggressive, but faithful to the original versions of your favorite Styx songs.
 

Events for July 21

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes. Thursday boat tours feature a tour and dinner concept. Please check the website or call the museum for more information.
 

Take a Lake & Land Tour with Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours

Take a Lake & Land Tour with Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours
Location: Allan H. Treman State Marina, 805 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY, 14850
Phone: 1-607-327-5253
Join Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours for a one-of-a-kind Finger Lakes opportunity for a combined 4-hour lake & land experience from our home dock at the Allan H. Treman State Marina to the famous Taughannock Falls State Park and back, with the options below to choose from. Our knowledgeable narrators will also be on board to discuss the human and natural history of the lake and provide some hands-on activities, great for kids and adults alike!
- a 2 mile guided hike to Taughannock Falls with a NYS Park environmental educator.
- rent a paddleboard, single or tandem kayak from our friends at Paddle-n-More at discounted prices
- simply kick back and enjoy the park itself (there is a playground and swim area)
- order lunch while on the boat in the morning and enjoy it on the cruise back!

Choose your activity options when you make your reservation! You may bring your own snacks and/or lunch or order lunch while you're on the boat for $10. Seltzer water will be available.

 

Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales

Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales Time: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location: Genesee, Jordan and Fennell streets, Skaneateles, NY, 13152
Phone: 315-685-0552
Email: info@skaneateles.com
Sales of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, shoes, jewelry, toys, home accessories and more, along with displays by area nonprofits. Children will be entertained by strolling magicians/balloon artists throughout the weekend. Organized by the Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.


 

CONCERT | Lake Placid Sinfonietta

CONCERT | Lake Placid Sinfonietta Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Tannery Pond Community Center
Location: 228 Main Street, PO Box 54, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 518-251-2505 ext. 128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
"The Lake Placid Sinfonietta - the Adirondacks' orchestra of world-class musicians - unleashes the power of music to entertain, educate, and inspire people of all ages."

The Lake Placid Sinfonietta is a professional chamber orchestra of twenty musicians from across the country. Since inception in 1917 and continuing to the present day, the ensemble has provided excellent live classical music performance to communities in the heart of the Adirondacks. Lake Placid Sinfonietta musicians serve on university faculties and perform with other highly regarded orchestras, such as the Alabama Symphony, Delaware Symphony, Vermont Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, Quad City Symphony, and the Tucson Symphony.
 

Events for July 22

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales

Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales Time: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location: Genesee, Jordan and Fennell streets, Skaneateles, NY, 13152
Phone: 315-685-0552
Email: info@skaneateles.com
Sales of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, shoes, jewelry, toys, home accessories and more, along with displays by area nonprofits. Children will be entertained by strolling magicians/balloon artists throughout the weekend. Organized by the Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.


 

Jay Leno at Chautauqua Institute Amphitheater

Jay Leno at Chautauqua Institute Amphitheater Time: 8:15 PM
Host/Presenter: Chautauqua Institute
Location: Amphiteather, 1 Ames Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
Acclaimed TV late-night show host, stand-up comedian, best-selling children’s book author, pioneering car builder and mechanic, and philanthropist, Jay Leno is widely characterized as “the hardest working man in show business.” Leno is renowned for his incredibly funny monologues, celebrity interviews, and of course his wry look at news headlines that never should have made it into print. He’s not afraid to talk about current affairs or to satirize public figures, but does it with a twinkle in his eyes that never comes off as mean-spirited. Jay’s late night television ratings domination included two decades as the host of the No. 1-rated “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” — he never lost a ratings year in which he served as host. Light up your night and come laugh with Leno!
 

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse Time: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Everson Museum & Syracuse Food Truck Association
Location: 401 Harrison St., Syracuse, NY, 13209
he Syracuse Food Truck Association has teamed up with the Everson Museum again to bring food trucks back to Downtown Syracuse for a weekly food truck rally in the Everson plaza. Every Friday, come to downtown Syracuse to taste the best of the best in local Food Trucks. This event occurs every Friday though August! See the schedule and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

Rod Stewart with special guest Cheap Trick

Rod Stewart with special guest Cheap Trick Time: 7:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines , Saratoga Springs , NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
 

Beer & Wine Train on the Adirondack RR

Beer & Wine Train on the Adirondack RR Time: 6:30 PM, 6:45 PM
Host/Presenter: Adirondack Scenic Railroad - Utica Union Station
Location: 321 Main Street, Utica, NY, 13501
Phone: 1-800-819-2291
Watch the scenic countryside roll by while sipping on the best wines and brews on this New York beer and wine train. Travel from Utica’s Union Station north to Remsen Station, enjoying a selection of quality drinks along the way. This almost three-hour train tour from Utica is a great way to spend a relaxing evening as you chug along. This week's musical guest: Shawn “Big Sexy” Smith.

Passengers receive a complimentary beer or wine glass (glass only – beverage not included) with each regular adult ticket purchase. Duration: 2.5 hours
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

Events for July 23

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales

Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales Time: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location: Genesee, Jordan and Fennell streets, Skaneateles, NY, 13152
Phone: 315-685-0552
Email: info@skaneateles.com
Sales of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, shoes, jewelry, toys, home accessories and more, along with displays by area nonprofits. Children will be entertained by strolling magicians/balloon artists throughout the weekend. Organized by the Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.


 

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Live in Concert with Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Live in Concert with Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra Time: 7:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Chautauqua Institute
Location: Amphitheather, 1 Ames Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
Get ready to see Aladdin — the animated movie live in concert with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra! Rediscover the magic of the mythical city of Agrabah and the love between Jasmine and Aladdin while the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra plays the unforgettable Academy Award®-winning score in its entirety.
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

Sweet Summer Time

Sweet Summer Time Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 660 Salisbury St, Lacona, NY 13083, Lacona, NY, 13083
Phone: 315-591-2078
Email: jhorth@twcny.rr.com
There is nothing better than celebrating the Sweet Summer Time with Arts, Crafts, & Delicious Food!
Handmade Crafts, Artists, Food Trucks & more. Don't miss the fun!!! Free admission & parking. Rain or Shine!
 

Civil War Living History Weekend

Civil War Living History Weekend Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY, 14511
Phone: 1-585-538-6822
Email: info@gcv.org
Join us on Saturday, July 23, and Sunday, July 24, for Civil War Living History Weekend at the Genesee Country Village & Museum! We will step beyond battles and behind front lines to present interactive and educational programming that will bring the many sides of NY State in the 1860s to life. Throughout the weekend, Museum interpreters and guest speakers, and performers will share stories of how the war impacted all residents of New York. Walk through a military encampment, experience artillery demonstrations, discover the origins of modern mourning practices, learn about the experiences of members of the USCT, and compare pre-and post-war fashions, and so much more.
 

Events for July 24

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition

“Natural Rhythms” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Strohl Art Center: Main Galleries
Location: 33 Wythe Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“Natural Rhythms” exhibition opens. Closing July 24. Natural forms, shapes and patterns will abound in this exhibition. Soft and subtle changes, shadows and movements will be featured in paper, wood, clay, mixed media and paint. The works reference our innate love of nature, materials and beauty. The exhibition, basically devoid of color, forces the viewer to look at our natural world as we often don’t see it.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

Civil War Living History Weekend

Civil War Living History Weekend Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY, 14511
Phone: 1-585-538-6822
Email: info@gcv.org
Join us on Saturday, July 23, and Sunday, July 24, for Civil War Living History Weekend at the Genesee Country Village & Museum! We will step beyond battles and behind front lines to present interactive and educational programming that will bring the many sides of NY State in the 1860s to life. Throughout the weekend, Museum interpreters and guest speakers, and performers will share stories of how the war impacted all residents of New York. Walk through a military encampment, experience artillery demonstrations, discover the origins of modern mourning practices, learn about the experiences of members of the USCT, and compare pre-and post-war fashions, and so much more.
 

The Campbell Brothers with special guest Steve Grills

The Campbell Brothers with special guest Steve Grills Time: 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Canalside Stage at the JCC
Location: 1200 Edgewood Ave., Rochester, NY, 14618
Phone: 1-585-461-2000
The Campbell Brothers present Sacred Steel: African-American gospel music with electric steel guitar and vocal. This tradition is just now emerging from the House of God Keith Dominion Church, where for over sixty years it has been an integral part of worship and a vital, if little known, American tradition. As the music moves from sanctuary to concert hall, secular audiences are now able to appreciate a performance both devoted and rocking
 

Fred's Wild Wild West BBQ

Fred's Wild Wild West BBQ Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Frederic Remington Art Museum
Location: 303 Washington Street , Ogdensburg, NY, 13669
Phone: 1-315-393-2425
Email: mflack@fredericremington.org
Round up your family and friends for Fred's Annual Wild Wild West BBQ at the Frederic Remington Art Museum. The cost per meal is $15 and includes pulled pork, chicken, salt potatoes, corn on the cob, macaroni salad, watermelon, a Lipton Teas product, live music and Museum admission. Guests are welcome to enjoy their meal under a lawn tent or as take-out. This events is sponsord by Pepsi Cola.Ogdensburg Bottlers.
 

Events for July 25

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Events for July 26

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Events for July 27

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

#SYRFoodTrucks Takeover: Great Northern

#SYRFoodTrucks Takeover: Great Northern Time: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Great Northern Mall, 4155 NY-31, Clay, NY, 13041
Email: info@syrfoodtrucks.com
It's back! Join us on Wednesdays from 4-8pm for the weekly #SYRFoodTrucks Takeover at Great Northern Mall in Clay. Bigger and better than ever! Now featuring 15-20 locally owned food trucks & live local music each week every Wednesday through October. Music from Just Joe from 5:30-7:30pm! RAIN OR SHINE EVENT. View the schedule of trucks, menus and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

Halestorm thunders into St. Joseph's Amphitheater in Syracuse

Halestorm  thunders into St. Joseph's Amphitheater in Syracuse Time: 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
Location: 490 Restoration Way, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-315-435-5100
American rock band Halestorm features lead vocalist and guitarist Lzzy Hale, her brother drummer and percussionist Arejay Hale, guitarist Joe Hottinger, and bassist Josh Smith. Wel known for their near non-stop touring, they have toured with many hard rock and heavy metal acts including Alice Cooper, Chevelle, Seether, Staind, Papa Roach, Trapt, Three Days Grace, Theory of a Deadman, Buckcherry, Disturbed, Shinedown, Avenged Sevenfold, Stone Sour, Skillet, Godsmack, Bullet for My Valentine and more. Special guests include The Pretty Reckless, The Warning and Lilith Czar.
 

The Philadelphia Orchestra: Festive Fireworks

The Philadelphia Orchestra: Festive Fireworks Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC)
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
Opening Night of The Philadelphia Orchestra’s August residency will continue the tradition of featuring a “Festive Fireworks” program to kick-off the 2022 Orchestra season. Highlighting the program will be the SPAC debut of BalletX, Philadelphia’s contemporary ballet company known for innovation and inclusion, premiering a new work choreographed by NYCB’s Tiler Peck. The piece will be performed with the Orchestra to Valerie Coleman’s Umoja, Anthem for Unity,* which draws from Afro-Cuban, jazz, and classical genres. The family-friendly event will feature FREE ice cream by Stewart’s Shops and a dazzling fireworks display to complete the evening.

Tickets range from $47-$213.
 

Events for July 28

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Oswego Harborfest

Oswego Harborfest Host/Presenter: Oswego Harbor Festivals, Inc.
Location: Oswego, NY
Phone: 1-315-343-6858
This four-day/night festival features free musical acts and entertainment, exciting midway rides and games, food and artisan vendors, children’s activities, national acts and spectacular fireworks over Lake Ontario by the famous Grucci family.

Set in the port city of Oswego, the events and stages are featured in beautiful parks and riverside walkways.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes. Thursday boat tours feature a tour and dinner concept. Please check the website or call the museum for more information.
 

Take a Lake & Land Tour with Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours

Take a Lake & Land Tour with Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours
Location: Allan H. Treman State Marina, 805 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY, 14850
Phone: 1-607-327-5253
Join Discover Cayuga Lake Boat Tours for a one-of-a-kind Finger Lakes opportunity for a combined 4-hour lake & land experience from our home dock at the Allan H. Treman State Marina to the famous Taughannock Falls State Park and back, with the options below to choose from. Our knowledgeable narrators will also be on board to discuss the human and natural history of the lake and provide some hands-on activities, great for kids and adults alike!
- a 2 mile guided hike to Taughannock Falls with a NYS Park environmental educator.
- rent a paddleboard, single or tandem kayak from our friends at Paddle-n-More at discounted prices
- simply kick back and enjoy the park itself (there is a playground and swim area)
- order lunch while on the boat in the morning and enjoy it on the cruise back!

Choose your activity options when you make your reservation! You may bring your own snacks and/or lunch or order lunch while you're on the boat for $10. Seltzer water will be available.

 

Croghan Street Fair

Croghan Street Fair Time: 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: 9748 NY-812, Croghan, NY, 13327
Email: travisproulx@gmail.com
Join dozens of exceptionally talented crafters, growers, bakers, jewelry makers, and more from the beautiful Croghan area. There will be food trucks, live music, and free face painting for the kids.
 

The Philadelphia Orchestra: New Worlds

The Philadelphia Orchestra: New Worlds Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC)
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
Highlighting this exciting program is the East Coast SPAC Premiere of Contact by Pulitzer Prize-winner Kevin Puts featuring Time for Three. According to Puts, he “collaborated perhaps more closely than ever before in his career to create music tailored to the group’s unique style of performance–one which combines dazzling virtuosity, spontaneity, singing, all manner of string techniques and an infectious joy for music itself that remains with the audience long after the last note sounds.”

Earning praise from NPR, NBC, and The Wall Street Journal, Time for Three is renowned for their charismatic and energetic performances in venues including Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, and The Royal Albert Hall. They have collaborated with artists as diverse as Ben Folds, Branford Marsalis, and Joshua Bell, and have premiered original works by composers Chris Brubeck and Pulitzer Prize-winners Jennifer Higdon and William Bolcom. Also featured is the SPAC premiere of Missy Mazzoli’s Sinfonia (for Orbiting Spheres), which, in the composer’s words is “a piece that churns and roils, that inches close to the listener only to leap away at breakneck speed” and Dvořák’s “New World” Symphony, one of the most beloved works in the repertoire with its lush melodies and majestic conclusion.

Tickets range from: $29-$90
 

Events for July 29

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Oswego Harborfest

Oswego Harborfest Host/Presenter: Oswego Harbor Festivals, Inc.
Location: Oswego, NY
Phone: 1-315-343-6858
This four-day/night festival features free musical acts and entertainment, exciting midway rides and games, food and artisan vendors, children’s activities, national acts and spectacular fireworks over Lake Ontario by the famous Grucci family.

Set in the port city of Oswego, the events and stages are featured in beautiful parks and riverside walkways.
 

An Evening with Lyle Lovett and his Large Band

An Evening with Lyle Lovett and his Large Band Time: 8:15 PM
Host/Presenter: Chautauqua Institute
Location: Amphiteather, 1 Ames Ave., Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
A singer, composer and actor, Lyle Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that spans 14 albums. Coupled with his gift for storytelling, the Texas-based musician fuses elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues in a convention-defying manner that breaks down barriers. Whether touring as a ‘Duo’ or with his ‘Acoustic Group’ or his ‘Large Band,’ Lovett’s live performances show not only the breadth of this Texas legend’s deep talents, but also the diversity of his influences, making him one of the most compelling and captivating musicians in popular music.
 

Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival

Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: Columbus Circle, East Onondaga St., , Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 1-315-422-8284
The largest and most prestigious show of its kind in the area, this spectacular 3-day showcase of fine art and contemporary crafts draws a receptive audience of 50,000 visitors to shop and browse the contemporary art and crafts exhibitors, and enjoy a variety of music, multicultural performances, summer refreshments and activities.
Last year's festival featured more than 130 artists and crafters representing at least 23 U.S. States and Canada. Acoustic music and multi-cultural street performances assure that arts and crafts are the focus. The festival is headquartered along the intersections of East Onondaga, East Jefferson and Montgomery streets.
 

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse

Food Truck Friday in Syracuse Time: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Everson Museum & Syracuse Food Truck Association
Location: 401 Harrison St., Syracuse, NY, 13209
he Syracuse Food Truck Association has teamed up with the Everson Museum again to bring food trucks back to Downtown Syracuse for a weekly food truck rally in the Everson plaza. Every Friday, come to downtown Syracuse to taste the best of the best in local Food Trucks. This event occurs every Friday though August! See the schedule and order ahead from select trucks HERE.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

Antique & Classic Boat Show

Antique & Classic Boat Show Time: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location: Clift Park, Skaneateles, NY, 13152
Phone: 315-685-0552
Email: info@skaneateles.com
Over 80 antique and classic boats and motors will be on display in the water and on land, plus concerts, a boat parade, a photo-shoot cruise aboard the Judge Ben Wiles, children’s activities, demos, raffles and more. Awards presented in 35 categories, including the highly coveted People's Choice Award. Free admission. Organized by the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society and the Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. 3 p.m. to dusk Friday, 9 a.m. to dusk Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.


 

The Philadelphia Orchestra: Voice and the Violin with Joshua Bell & Larisa Martinez

The Philadelphia Orchestra: Voice and the Violin with Joshua Bell & Larisa Martinez Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC)
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
Violinist Joshua Bell and soprano Larisa Martinez come together with The Philadelphia Orchestra to present “Voice and the Violin,” an evening of beloved romantic arias and modern classics.

Tickets range from $32-$123.
 

Events for July 30

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney

GALLERY | “Coloring Inside the Blue Line” by Carol A. Whitney Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main Street, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 5182512505 ext.128
Email: assistant@tannerypondcenter.org
In this particular series, “Coloring Inside the Blue Line,” Whitney attempts to pay homage to her beloved Adirondacks with her characteristic ‘tongue in cheek humor’ and eye-catching color. It is her belief that while she takes her art seriously, she is best served by not taking herself too seriously.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Oswego Harborfest

Oswego Harborfest Host/Presenter: Oswego Harbor Festivals, Inc.
Location: Oswego, NY
Phone: 1-315-343-6858
This four-day/night festival features free musical acts and entertainment, exciting midway rides and games, food and artisan vendors, children’s activities, national acts and spectacular fireworks over Lake Ontario by the famous Grucci family.

Set in the port city of Oswego, the events and stages are featured in beautiful parks and riverside walkways.
 

Antique & Classic Boat Show

Antique & Classic Boat Show Time: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location: Clift Park, Skaneateles, NY, 13152
Phone: 315-685-0552
Email: info@skaneateles.com
Over 80 antique and classic boats and motors will be on display in the water and on land, plus concerts, a boat parade, a photo-shoot cruise aboard the Judge Ben Wiles, children’s activities, demos, raffles and more. Awards presented in 35 categories, including the highly coveted People's Choice Award. Free admission. Organized by the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society and the Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. 3 p.m. to dusk Friday, 9 a.m. to dusk Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.


 

Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival

Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Columbus Circle, East Onondaga St., , Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 1-315-422-8284
The largest and most prestigious show of its kind in the area, this spectacular 3-day showcase of fine art and contemporary crafts draws a receptive audience of 50,000 visitors to shop and browse the contemporary art and crafts exhibitors, and enjoy a variety of music, multicultural performances, summer refreshments and activities.
Last year's festival featured more than 130 artists and crafters representing at least 23 U.S. States and Canada. Acoustic music and multi-cultural street performances assure that arts and crafts are the focus. The festival is headquartered along the intersections of East Onondaga, East Jefferson and Montgomery streets.
 

Sterling Renaissance Festival

Sterling Renaissance Festival Host/Presenter: Sterling Renaissance Festival
Location: 15385 Farden Road, Sterling , NY, 13156
Phone: 315-947-5782
Be transported into the 16th-century village of Warwick, England at the Sterling Renaissance Festival. With 12 stages and more than 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians, you will be drawn in by the interactive entertainment while the sights, sounds and delicious smells will delight and tantalize your senses. Visit with the Queen as she wanders through the village with her entourage, cheer on your favorite knight at one of the exciting jousts and laugh at the side-splitting jesters and comedians. But be careful you don’t get drawn into the mud pit or the dunking pond! The festival is open weekends from July through mid-August – rain or shine – and each weekend has a theme.
 

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours

Oswego Lighthouse Boat Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: H. Lee White Maritime Museum
Location: 1 West First St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-342-0480
The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego offers tours to the restored Oswego West Pierhead Lighthouse by boat on gorgeous Lake Ontario. Chartered by a licensed coast guard captain, the pontoon boat provides a smooth ride while a knowledgeable tour guide points out fascinating nautical attractions and historical landmarks. Visitors to the Lighthouse should plan to spend about two hours total (including to and from transit time) for their experience and tour captains reserve the right to cancel or cut-short any trip due to weather or safety concerns.
Tours depart at the H. Lee White Maritime Museum, which houses one of the finest collections of Maritime Objects and Historical collections in the Great Lakes.
 

The Philadelphia Orchestra: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in Concert

The Philadelphia Orchestra: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in Concert Time: 7:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC)
Location: 108 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
Phone: 518-584-9330
Email: general@spac.org
The third installment of the popular series, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™, will be screened alongside the Orchestra performing, live to picture, every note.

Starting at $39 for Adults and $20 for Children under 12.
 

Events for July 31

Carillon Boat Cruises

Carillon Boat Cruises Host/Presenter: Fort Ticonderoga
Location: 102 Fort Ti Road , Ticonderoga, NY, 12883
Phone: 1-585-585-2821
The 75-minute narrated boat cruises cover some of the most archaeologically rich waters in North America while surrounded by breathtaking lake views, commanding mountains, and the majestic fort. From shipwrecks to a massive bridge that the Americans built in 1776, Lake Champlain holds defining stories of America’s past. Carillon boat tours help ignite visitors’ imaginations as they explore this internationally strategic lake. Boat tours will run Tuesday-Sunday May 27-mid-October. The 60-foot boat is available for daily tours, field trips, sunset cruises, and private charters. A selection of regional beer and cider, wine, soft drinks, water, and snacks are available for purchase on board. Tickets for the boat cruise are available online or can be purchased on-site during a visit on a first-come basis. Boat tours are available rain or shine.
 

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event

Hamilton Ticket Giveaway Event Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: daford@rochester.rr.com
Come enjoy some shopping and a chance to win two tickets for Hamilton at The Auditorium Theatre this November.
 

“All that Glitters” Exhibition

“All that Glitters” Exhibition Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Fowler-Kellogg Art Center: 1st Floor
Location: Pratt and Ramble Aves, Chautauqua, NY, 14722
Phone: 1-716-357-6250
Email: ticketoffice@chq.org
“All that Glitters” exhibition opens. Closing August 7. This exhibition takes its cue from the aphorism “All that Glitters is not Gold”. The dazzling works in this exhibition use embellishments of glitter and gold to question notions of value. These contemporary artists celebrate what is often deemed to be of lesser worth than money, success, or power. They examine the weight of inheritance. They illustrate the importance of human contact, chosen family, and hope in dark times. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Brenda & Larry Thompson.
 

First Saturday Treasure Hunt

First Saturday Treasure Hunt Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 3200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY, 14626
Phone: 585-368-0670
Email: marpleshops@gmail.com
Join in the very First Saturday Treasure Hunt at The Shops on West Ridge. Tokens hidden throughout Shops for discounts! There’s TWO 100% tokens hidden somewhere to get your entire purchase FREEEE! We will pull 3 winners to spin the Surprize Wheel. Spend $20 to receive a Surprize Wheel Card.
 

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Time: 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location: 6877 E Lake Rd, Auburn, NY, 13021
Phone: 315-255-1785
Email: Marketing@therevtheatre.com
Prepare to be mesmerized by the power and spectacle of this unforgettable musical.

Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and the Academy Award nominated score with songs from the brilliant minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked, this sweeping score and powerful story create a night of magical theatre. In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. However, she becomes the focus of several men and as they vie for her attention, an epic battle erupts begging the question — what is a man and what is a monster?
 

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” presented by Catskill Mountain Shakespeare Time: 7:30 PM, 2 PM
Host/Presenter: The Emerson Resort and Spa
Location: 5340 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY, 12457
Email: tickets@catskillmountainshakespeare.com
Join us outside on the bank of the Esopus Creek for “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” where fairies roam and mischief reigns! In addition, join us for a special “A Midsummer Night Out” Opening Night Performance & After Party on July 16 and a ‘Relaxed’ Performance for Kids (with Childcare) on July 23.

We hope you will gather with us outdoors and under our tent for Catskill Mountain Shakespeare’s second summer season! Tickets are $30 Adults / $15 Students and available for purchase via the CMS website.
 

Oswego Harborfest

Oswego Harborfest Host/Presenter: Oswego Harbor Festivals, Inc.
Location: Oswego, NY
Phone: 1-315-343-6858
This four-day/night festival features free musical acts and entertainment, exciting midway rides and games, food and artisan vendors, children’s activities, national acts and spectacular fireworks over Lake Ontario by the famous Grucci family.

Set in the port city of Oswego, the events and stages are featured in beautiful parks and riverside walkways.
 

Antique & Classic Boat Show

Antique & Classic Boat Show Time: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Location: Clift Park, Skaneateles, NY, 13152
Phone: 315-685-0552
Email: info@skaneateles.com
Over 80 antique and classic boats and motors will be on display in the water and on land, plus concerts, a boat parade, a photo-shoot cruise aboard the Judge Ben Wiles, children’s activities, demos, raffles and more. Awards presented in 35 categories, including the highly coveted People's Choice Award. Free admission. Organized by the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society and the Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. 3 p.m. to dusk Friday, 9 a.m. to dusk Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.


 

Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival

Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Columbus Circle, East Onondaga St., , Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 1-315-422-8284
The largest and most prestigious show of its kind in the area, this spectacular 3-day showcase of fine art and contemporary crafts draws a receptive audience of 50,000 visitors to shop and browse the contemporary art and crafts exhibitors, and enjoy a variety of music, multicultural performances, summer refreshments and activities.
Last year's festival featured more than 130 artists and crafters representing at least 23 U.S. States and Canada. Acoustic music and multi-cultural street performances assure that arts and crafts are the focus. The festival is headquartered along the intersections of East Onondaga, East Jefferson and Montgomery streets.
 

Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival

Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Columbus Circle, East Onondaga St., , Syracuse, NY, 13202
Phone: 1-315-422-8284
The largest and most prestigious show of its kind in the area, this spectacular 3-day showcase of fine art and contemporary crafts draws a receptive audience of 50,000 visitors to shop and browse the contemporary art and crafts exhibitors, and enjoy a variety of music, multicultural performances, summer refreshments and activities.
Last year's festival featured more than 130 artists and crafters representing at least 23 U.S. States and Canada. Acoustic music and multi-cultural street performances assure that arts and crafts are the focus. The festival is headquartered along the intersections of East Onondaga, East Jefferson and Montgomery streets.
 

The Eaglez - Buffalo’s acclaimed Eagles tribute band

The Eaglez - Buffalo’s acclaimed Eagles tribute band Time: 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Canalside Stage at the JCC
Location: 1200 Edgewood Ave., Rochester, NY, 14618
Phone: 1-585-461-2000
The Eaglez are Western New York’s own Eagles’ tribute band. We’ve paid particular attention to the rich harmony vocals that the legendary Eagles are famous for. When you attend one of the band’s concerts, you’ll be treated to, not only the Eagles’ biggest hits, but also solo songs written and recorded by Joe Walsh, Glen Frey, and Don Henley, when the band took time off. Sponsored by Premier Metal.
 
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