The weekend is full of events to attend
Rain. Sun. Rain. Sun. That's the seesaw weather Central New York will be experiencing this weekend. But the rain is not an excuse to keep you inside. There are plenty of things to enjoy inside and even under a tent.
Twenty-two events to fill your calendar this weekend
It's ArtsWeek in Syracuse. You'd better bring your walking shoes, because you'll want to accomplish a lot. (Plus, parking might be a little iffy with all the Downtown events.)
Twenty entertaining events that are occurring this weekend
Rain, rain go away. Come again another day. All these puddles for miles on end, save it for another weekend.
Fill your weekend with these events
If every weekend was a primer for the following weekend, how much excitement would actually escalate? What is the amount of excitement that would be the tipping point where our heads would explode? We're not even halfway through July, and there is much more fun to come.
Twelve events to get your July started off right
Happy July, everyone! With a new month comes new and familiar events, including the Sterling Renaissance Festival beginning this weekend. With new events, the more fun you will certainly have. Here are 11 things to do this weekend in and around Syracuse and Central New York.
Events Editor Chris Malone gets you ready for the weekend with his events roundup.
Here is an upcoming forecast of 15 events to do in Syracuse and Central New York this weekend. There is a plethora of music, historical reenactments and lectures, along with a briefest, a roller derby doubleheader, a couple of races to benefit local nonprofits and a halfway-to-Christmas celebration, among several other outings.
Events Editor Christopher Malone assembles a list of functions for the weekend of June 12, 2015.
Events Editor Christopher Malone compiles a list of events for the beginning of June.
June has arrived and there are already so many events to consider. Between festivals and shows, how can you choose? It's up to your own discretion, but here are some activities and five festivals you should be considering.
Concerts, Festivals & Fairs
June 3-Sept. 7: Syracuse Chiefs Baseball. The Salt City boys of summer still have more than 30 home games to play at NBT Stadium, 1 Tex Simone Way, off Park Street. Depending on where you sit, tickets are $5 to $12 for adults, $4 to $10 for children and seniors. 474-7833, Syracuse chiefs.com.