The Canandaigua area is set to host a variety of engaging activities this week, offering residents a chance to delve into global affairs, enjoy ballet, and explore diverse interests. The Great Decisions discussion series kicks off at 11 a.m. on Friday, February 2, at Ferris Hills at West Lake, focusing on “Mideast Realignment.” Community members are invited to this first session of an eight-part series to engage in global affairs education.
Ballet enthusiasts can enjoy the Rochester City Ballet’s performances of “Peter & the Wolf” and excerpts from “The Sleeping Beauty” at the Fort Hill Performing Arts Center on February 3 and 4. This includes a special sensory-friendly show for children and families with autism or other developmental disabilities on February 4.
A “Day of Curiosity” event is also scheduled for February 3 at West Bloomfield United Church of Christ. This Chautauqua-style event features presentations on various topics, ranging from youth mental health to artificial intelligence, offering attendees a day of learning and exploration. Additionally, the Geneva History Museum is hosting an antiques and collectibles roundtable, and an evening of tasting at Cobblestone Creek Country Club in Victor is planned, showcasing local wineries, breweries, and eateries.
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