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April 24th, 2015
Auburn Chamber Orchestra "Broadway Bound" Concert
Event: "Broadway Bound" concert Date: Friday, April 24, 2015 Time: 7:30 p.m. Location: Cayuga Community College, 197 Franklin Street, Auburn, NY 13021 Admission fee: $5 donation at the door Further information:

April 26th, 2015
East Hill's Amazing Race
Modeled after the award winning television show, East Hill's Amazing Race is open to 2-person teams (ages 13 and up) that will trek through downtown Auburn, NY, visit local businesses, and complete interesting challenges in hopes of winning one of three top prizes. Teams must pre-register online to participate. Registration is $40 per team and includes participant t-shirts, goody bags, and admission to the after party. Registration is open until April 1st. For more information, visit, or call Sue Podolak at (315) 704-0397.

May 2nd, 2015
Inns of Aurora "Kentucky Derby Party"
Watch the race, sip a julep, and come dressed for derby ! $35/person 5:00-8:00pm Reservations Please. 315-364-8888 Inns of Aurora 391 Main Street Aurora, NY 13026

May 3rd, 2015
Drones Over Cayuga
See Cayuga Lake and its environs as you have never seen them before. Photographic enthusiast, Bill Hecht, has captured an amazing collection of pictures of Cayuga Lake, its nearby communities and surrounding lands. His images include both recent and historic photographs, many taken from a bird's eye perspective with the help of a drone. This free PowerPoint event is scheduled for 2 pm Sunday May 3rd at the Morgan Opera House above the Aurora Free Library on the corner of Cherry Avenue and Main Street, Aurora, NY. Contact 314-364-5437 or Those with mobility issues my use the haandicapped accessible ramp at the Cherry Street entrance and ride the newly installed "stair chair" to the theater.

May 9th, 2015
Upstate NY Spring Wayzgoose 2015
A Wayzgoose is a celebration of printing, paper and book arts. Its name goes back to medieval times when the master printer would host a feast for his workers. Upstate New York state has not had a Wayzgoose event in many years and this annual event will bring the tradition back to this area as a celebration of the many artisans working in and around New York and beyond. This event is presented by the Wells College Book Arts Center in partnership with the American Printing History Association Upstate New York Chapter. Features a Vendor Fair with over 30 printers, binders, suppliers and artisans selling their wares directly to the public; hands-on demonstrations of paper making, marbling, printing, binding and more; and an art exhibition in Main Building's String Room Gallery. May 9, 2015 11:00am–5:00pm Sommer Center & Morgan Hall - Wells College 170 Main St Aurora NY Free and open to the public - suitable for all ages. Food and drink available.

May 10th, 2015
Inns of Aurora "Mother's Day Brunch"
Let us take care of Mom with our spectacular buffet! $40/person 10:30am-2:00pm Reservations please. 315-364-8888 Inns of Aurora 391 Main Street Aurora, NY 13026

June 21st, 2015
Inns of Aurora "Father's Day Barbeque"
Treat Dad to Dixieland Barbeque on our lawn ! $25/person 12:00-4:00pm Reservations please. 315-364-8888 Inns of Aurora 391 Main Street Aurora, NY 13026

June 26th, 2015
Inns of Aurora "Barbeque Heaven Cooking Class"
Garner the secrets of Barbeque with Skillet & Embers ! $75/person 6:00-8:30pm Reservations please. 315-364-8888 Inns of Aurora 391 Main Street Aurora, NY 13026

April 24th, 2015 - April 25th, 2015
Junius Clean up days
The Town of Junius Highway Department will hold it's clean up days for the town residents on Friday April 24 from 7:30 to 3:00 then again on Saturday April 25 from 7:30 to 12:00. Tires, batteries, scrap iron, electronics, used oil and brush. NO TRACTOR TIRES PLEASE.

July 12th, 2015 - August 1st, 2015
Wells Book Arts Summer Institute
The Wells Book Arts Summer Institute presents the 10th annual program of week-long intensive workshops presented by some of the most notable names in their fields. Participants may choose from 11 different courses over 3 weeks. Learn more at

May 6th, 2015 - December 31st, 2015
Ontario Orchards 50 Years Of Growth
It's been a long time, 50 years of growth! The Ouellette Family has owned and operated one of the most diverse enterprises in Central New York. Ontario Orchards and their friendly staff will be celebrating this achievement throughout the year of 2015! Watch for monthly specials, planting tips, food sampling, wine tasting, cider pressing, our famous candy apples and wreath making demos, along with other specials for the holidays. Don't forget the 14th annual Fall Jamboree! Come out to Ontario Orchards and help them celebrate 50 Years of Growth!

" Snake "
While walking at Sampson on Saturday we saw this 4-foot Black Snake climb a tree. When he was about twelve feet off the ground and the branches were tiny he came down again.

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Literacy volunteer orientation sessions set for Skaneateles, Auburn
The Citizen
Looking to help the community? Assist adult learners in basic literacy and English as a Second Language by becoming a literacy volunteer tutor. More

5th annual Seneca7 race set for Sunday
FL Times
More than 200 teams, many with catchy names and whose runners will be wearing zany costumes, will participate in the fifth annual Seneca7 race Sunday. More

NY art of preservation conference in Geneva
History buffs from across the state gather at Smith Opera House in Geneva this weekend. More

Josh Groban coming to Syracuse in October
Multi-platinum singer Josh Groban is bringing his voice to Syracuse. More

Artists Wanted for Seneca Falls Art Walk 2015
The Seneca Falls Business Association, in conjunction with the Seneca County Arts Council, will hold the second annual Seneca Falls Art Walk in downto... More

Climate scientist Hansen proving a big draw
Hundreds plan to hear famed climate scientist James Hansen speak in Rochester next week. More

Auburn High School Drama Club presenting 'Omigosh'
The Citizen
The Auburn High School Drama Club will present "Camp Omigosh" by Wade Bradford at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, April 16 through 18, at Auburn Public Theater, 8 Exchange St., Auburn. More

Fast Forward Film Festival debuts Tonight
The Fast Forward Film Festival debuts tonight at the Little Theater.The event features two nights of screenings of short films made by local professional and aspiring film makers that raise awareness about environmental issues. More

Green Grand Prix begins WGI opening weekend
The Toyota Green Grand Prix, a showcase of motoring technology that aims for a cleaner environment, is returning to the Watkins Glen International race course on Friday, April 17.The single-day event will feature a three-stage, fuel-efficiency competition for pre-registered drivers of alternate-fueled vehicles, hybrids and traditional gasoline-powered and diesel powered vehicles. More

Green Grand Prix returns to Watkins Glen Friday
FL News Radio
The 11th annual Toyota Green Grand Prix returns to Watkins Glen Friday.   Bob Gillespie, chairman of the event, tells us its a unique event... More

May Business After Hours Sponsored by Finger Lakes Tea Co
FL Central
Join the Seneca County Chamber of Commerce and Finger Lakes Tea Company for our May Business After Hours Mixer May 20th 5-7 pm at Finger Lakes Tea Co on 318 by the Outlet Mall. More

Bud to Bloom event coming May 9th
The 3rd annual Bud to Bloom Luncheon and Vintage Jewelry Sale will take place on Saturday May 9 2015 at the Canandaigua Inn on the Lake. The event run... More

City Shade Tree Com. to plant trees in Geneva
The City of Geneva’s Shade Tree Committee is pleased to announce that Brook Street Park will receive four more trees this year in honor of Arbor Day. ... More

5 experiments kids can do at UR on Saturday
Event will let kids make elephant toothpaste, use robot arm and get excited about science. More

80 will ‘brave the shave’ for St. Baldrick's Foundation
Daily Messenger
St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event in Victor will raise awareness, funding for child cancer research More Network  SITE MAP



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