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February 22

The reception is open to the public and you are invited to stop by to meet and talk with the artists and view their work. Light refreshments will be served... 

February 23

Parents and caregivers are invited to bring infants to age 5 to celebrate and experience the joy of reading together. The Carman Community Room will be full of reading, writing,... 

February 23

 What is a mule, and why were these humble animals the backbone of the early Erie Canal? Join us as ECM Curator Ashley Maready discusses mules, fact and fiction, history... 

February 23

Teen writers are in demand, so let's get started! Join our new group. We will talk about and share our writing, work with concepts, support each other and generate ideas! ... 

February 22

The reception is open to the public and you are invited to stop by to meet and talk with the artists and view their work. Light refreshments will be served... 

January 7 – February 25

Begins with a 15-minute introduction to a work of art by Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Mary E. Murray, followed by one hour of yoga and meditation led by... 

January 19 – February 25

The Kirkland Art Center is pleased to announce their upcoming exhibition titled Nasty Women. Nasty Women is in response to our diverse social, economic, and political status. The interpretation of the... 

February 1 – February 28

Talented artist Geraldine Greig, who resides in Syracuse, will display her paintings and drawings throughout the month of February. 

February 23

 What is a mule, and why were these humble animals the backbone of the early Erie Canal? Join us as ECM Curator Ashley Maready discusses mules, fact and fiction, history... 

February 23

Teen writers are in demand, so let's get started! Join our new group. We will talk about and share our writing, work with concepts, support each other and generate ideas! ... 

February 25

“French Louie,” born Louis Seymour, is a well-known character in Adirondack folklore who is remembered as the eccentric hermit who resided in the wilderness of the West Canada Lakes region... 

February 28

Chess players of all skill levels are welcome to test competitive strategies. Newcomers are encouraged to learn. Children 9 and over can join in if accompanied by an adult.  

February 23

Parents and caregivers are invited to bring infants to age 5 to celebrate and experience the joy of reading together. The Carman Community Room will be full of reading, writing,... 

February 21 – February 24

Join us for Winter Break Camp in February (ages 5-12) for fun-packed days of discovery and adventure! $45/child/day. Pre-registration is required. Before and after care are available. Theme days to choose from include Baltimore Woods Winter... 

February 20 – February 25

General SeatingAn annual event for the whole family, every day during mid-winter break.  Twelve Technicolor cartoons from the golden age of animation, featuring Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies from the... 

February 26

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Call 303-5966 for details; open to YMCA members and non-members.Join us in the Art Studio on the last Sunday of every month as an art instructor reads aloud... 

February 25

The band interprets the songs of the great female blues artists of the ‘20s, 30s & 40s: Bessie Smith, Sippie Wallace, Memphis Minnie, Billie Holiday, Rosetta Tharpe, Blue Lu Barker,... 

March 4

Named after Ukrainian nomads, Scythian (sith-ee-yin) plays immigrant rock with thunderous energy, technical prowess, and storytelling songwriting, beckoning crowds into a barn-dance rock concert experience. Celebrating 10 years of getting... 

February 17 – February 25

Hilarious, heartfelt and homicidal new musical based on the cult teen-movie classic, in its CNY premiere! For mature audiences only.  For information call 315-445-4200 

February 23 – February 26

Utica College's spring theatre production is Dracula, based on the classic Bram Stoker novel and adapted for the stage by Alec Barbour. Barbour, an acting instructor at UC, will also... 

February 17 – February 26

One of the best known plays of the Commedia del’Arte form, Gozzi’s magical tale brings to life King Deramo, his faithful wife Angela, his treacherous prime minister Tartaglia, several hare-brained... 

March 4

Paul began doing stand up in 2010 right before moving to Los Angeles. His first show was at MGM Casino in Detroit, Michigan, where he lied to the host about... 

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