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April 25

From Star Wars to Frozen to The Martian. Neil deGRasse Tyson leads an entertaining and enlightening review of all the science that our favorite movies got wrong, combined with some... 

April 27

The Military History Lecture Series is organized by the Society for the Preservation of Military History (SPMH). Lectures occur monthly during the academic year at the North Syracuse Library, and... 

February 18 – April 30

On view February 18 through April 30Quilts tell stories. They commemorate events, celebrate individuals, relate family or community histories, and are symbols of patriotism or emblems of women’s empowerment. Sewn... 

April 30

 Lawrence Loh, music director.  Bach's radiant celebration of faith, scored for full chorus, soloists and orchestra is a fitting end to the Casual Series in beautiful St. Paul's. 

February 18 – April 30

On view February 18 through April 30Quilts tell stories. They commemorate events, celebrate individuals, relate family or community histories, and are symbols of patriotism or emblems of women’s empowerment. Sewn... 

April 1 – April 30

Cazenovia Artisans hosts weaver Margare Cherre as their Visiting Artist for the month of April. Her work is recognized for the variety of fibers, colors, and weaving patterns that she... 

February 16 – May 13

Pen and ink drawings of all 57 locks in the New York State Canal System by Raymond Sax, a retired commercial artist from North Syracuse, New York, document and share... 

January 27 – May 21

Opportunities to view Indigenous peoples through the eyes of Indigenous photographers are rare and recent. Our People, Our Land, Our Images features works by indigenous artists from the United States,... 

April 25

From Star Wars to Frozen to The Martian. Neil deGRasse Tyson leads an entertaining and enlightening review of all the science that our favorite movies got wrong, combined with some... 

April 27

The Military History Lecture Series is organized by the Society for the Preservation of Military History (SPMH). Lectures occur monthly during the academic year at the North Syracuse Library, and... 

June 22 – June 24

Syracuse and Contemporary Irish Film...The Perfect PairSyracuse has always held passionately to its Irish heritage, celebrating it throughout the generations. It marks the physical and psychological landscape of our city,... 

April 9 – April 30

The April planetarium show, presented by John Zielinski of the physics department, is The Eclipse Is Coming! - anticipating the US's first total solar eclipse since 1979, this year on... 

April 22 – April 30

Baltimore Woods Nature Center’s premier woodland wildflower garden is a local treasure. Join caretaker Audrey Loewer for a pleasant walk through one of the wonders of spring. Each week new... 

December 9

It's a few days before the big day. Everyone in Santa's workshop is buzzing with excitement about the biggest Christmas ever! Presents are being made, Santa is checking his list,... 

April 30

 Lawrence Loh, music director.  Bach's radiant celebration of faith, scored for full chorus, soloists and orchestra is a fitting end to the Casual Series in beautiful St. Paul's. 

May 2

The Le Moyne College Singers and Chamber Singers collaborate with the Syracuse Pops Chorus for a night of great poetry set to music.For more information call (315) 445-4200. 

May 10

Video Games Live is an immersive concert event featuring music from the greatest video games of all time. Created and produced by industry veteran video game composer Tommy Tallarico; top... 

May 5 – May 13

In this review style musical, Kurt Weill’s greatest theater songs are presented in a fluid blend of music and story spanning 20 eventful years, from 1930s Germany to 1950s America.  ... 

May 5 – May 14

Harvard's best loved blonde takes the stage in this fun musical adapted from the film. Pink, glitter, fun music numbers and dances will keep you rocking in your seat! Join... 

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