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Explore Canandaigua: Week of learning, wildlife, and events on tap

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This week in Canandaigua, residents and visitors have the chance to engage in a variety of educational and entertaining activities. From understanding celestial events to diving into the mysteries beneath Seneca Lake, the Finger Lakes area is bustling with opportunities to learn and explore. One highlight is Jerry Miller’s “Wild & Free” wildlife photography exhibit at Wood Library, showcasing ethically captured images of animals in their natural habitats, starting March 27.


For those intrigued by technology, a Chromebook workshop on March 28 at Wood Library offers tips on making the most of these versatile devices. The same day, a talk at the library will reveal the secrets of sublacustrine springs in Seneca Lake, presented by Geoscience professors Tara Curtin and David Finkelstein. Additionally, the community can enjoy a trivia night at Clifton Springs Country Club, with proceeds supporting The Arc Ontario.

The week also features programs for children, including an informative session on solar eclipses and a Native American storytelling event about eclipses in Victor. An Easter egg hunt in Middlesex and the opening of “The Sky’s the Limit” exhibit at the Ontario County Historical Society Museum, complete with a special skit performance, round out a week full of engaging events for all ages.