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February 11 2016
12:00 am

Kids’ Night Out

Everson Museum of Art 3154746064 Other / Specials http://everson.org
Bring the kids to Salsa Night and enjoy a parents’ night out while the kids let their imaginations run wild at the Everson. Kids will have a blast, meet new friends and enjoy a variety of art making activities, playtime, movies, stories and more to keep them engaged while you heat up the dance floor. Pizza and juice included. To register contact Kimberly Griffiths, kgriffiths@everson.org, (315) 474 6064 x308.
Bring the kids to Salsa Night and enjoy a parents’ night out while the kids let their imaginations run wild at the Everson. Kids will have a blast, meet new friends and enjoy a variety of art making activities, playtime, movies, stories and more to keep them engaged while you heat up the dance floor. Pizza and juice included. To register contact Kimberly Griffiths, kgriffiths@everson.org, (315) 474 6064 x308.
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12:00 am

Karaoke

Club Dates
Karaoke with K&J Entertainment
Karaoke with K&J Entertainment
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All Day February 21, 2016

Peter and the Starcatcher

Kitchen Theatre Company, 417 W State St, Ithaca, NY, United States Stage http://www.kitchentheatre.org
Winner of five 2012 Tony Awards, Peter and the Starcatcher by Rick Elice is a swashbuckling musical adventure! This grown-up's prequel to Peter Pan is an innovative theatrical extravaganza featuring twelve actors playing over one hundred unforgettable characters. Directed by Rachel Lampert and Sara Lampert Hoover. January 31 through February 21. Ages 10+.
Winner of five 2012 Tony Awards, Peter and the Starcatcher by Rick Elice is a swashbuckling musical adventure! This grown-up's prequel to Peter Pan is an innovative theatrical extravaganza featuring twelve actors playing over one hundred unforgettable characters. Directed by Rachel Lampert and Sara Lampert Hoover. January 31 through February 21. Ages 10+.
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Into the Woods

The Redhouse Arts Center Stage http://www.theredhouse.org/main-stage/
http://www.theredhouse.org/main-stage/
http://www.theredhouse.org/main-stage/
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All Day June 19, 2016

A Life in Art: Highlights of Women Artists in OHA’s Collection

Onondaga Historical Association, 321 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202, United States Exhibits http://www.cnyhistory.org
OHA is currently displaying the temporary exhibit, A Life in Art:  Highlights of Women Artists in OHA?s Collection.  This exhibition features over forty paintings, prints, drawings, and sculpture by an almost equal number of local women artists.  These works were created from the mid nineteenth to late twentieth century.   The exhibit will be on display from September 9, 2015 to June 5, 2016. OHA is located at 321 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202. Hours are Wednesday to Friday, 10-4, Saturday and Sunday, 11-4. Research center hours are Wednesday to Friday, 10-2, Saturday 11-3:30. For information, go to cnyhistory.org, or call (315) 428-1864.
OHA is currently displaying the temporary exhibit, A Life in Art:  Highlights of Women Artists in OHA?s Collection.  This exhibition features over forty paintings, prints, drawings, and sculpture by an almost equal number of local women artists.  These works were created from the mid nineteenth to late twentieth century.   The exhibit will be on display from September 9, 2015 to June 5, 2016. OHA is located at 321 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202. Hours are Wednesday to Friday, 10-4, Saturday and Sunday, 11-4. Research center hours are Wednesday to Friday, 10-2, Saturday 11-3:30. For information, go to cnyhistory.org, or call (315) 428-1864.
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9:00 am - 4:00 pm

John A Weeks: A Retrospective Exhibit

Baltimore Woods Nature Center, 4007 Bishop Hill Road, Marcellus, NY Exhibits
Baltimore Woods Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Art Exhibit by Naturalist John Weeks In this, our 50th year, Baltimore Woods Nature Center celebrates the art of one of our former directors and one of The Woods' most beloved naturalists, John A. Weeks. From January 7 through February 27, “John A Weeks: A Retrospective Exhibit” will be on display in the Art Gallery in the John A. Weeks Interpretive Center at 4007 Bishop Hill Road, Marcellus. The public is invited to attend the show Monday through Saturday. There is no admission or parking fees, and there will be art work on sale including paintings, prints and stationery. Upon his retirement, Weeks became an environmental education consultant and exhibit designer for several nature centers including Baltimore Woods. Still active in this, his 91st year, John A. Weeks lives in Baldwinsville with Esther, his wife of 69 years, and has five children, three grandchildren and two…
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9:00 am February 29, 2016

Heart Animal Craft

Robert P. Kinchen Central Library, 447 S Salina St, Syracuse, NY 13202 Learning
During Library Hours All of February Come to Children's World to create different animals from different sized hearts!
During Library Hours All of February Come to Children's World to create different animals from different sized hearts!
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9:30 am - 7:30 pm April 24, 2016

Old is New: 2014-2015 Exhibit

Cayuga Museum of History and Art, 203 Genesee Street, Auburn, NY, 13021, United States Exhibits http://
Old is New: 2014-2015 Exhibit. Cayuga Museum, 203 Genesee Street, Auburn, NY 13021. The Cayuga Museum of History and Art, in Auburn, NY, is pleased to announce the gift of a pair of portraits painted by America?s most renowned portrait artist of the 19th century, Charles Loring Elliott. The Morgan portraits anchor a new exhibit at the Cayuga Museum, Old Is New, showcasing recent gifts to the Museum collection.   Other recent gifts on display in the exhibit include a landscape painting by R. Temple Pickering, a 1937 Emerson cabinet radio, a home-made wheelchair for a child stricken with polio, and a Civil War cannon ball unearthed on Camp Street in Auburn. www.cayugamuseum.org 315-253-8051
Old is New: 2014-2015 Exhibit. Cayuga Museum, 203 Genesee Street, Auburn, NY 13021. The Cayuga Museum of History and Art, in Auburn, NY, is pleased to announce the gift of a pair of portraits painted by America?s most renowned portrait artist of the 19th century, Charles Loring Elliott. The Morgan portraits anchor a new exhibit at the Cayuga Museum, Old Is New, showcasing recent gifts to the Museum collection.   Other recent gifts on display in the exhibit include a landscape painting by R. Temple Pickering, a 1937 Emerson cabinet radio, a home-made wheelchair for a child stricken with polio, and a Civil War cannon ball unearthed on Camp Street in Auburn. www.cayugamuseum.org 315-253-8051
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9:30 am - 7:30 pm June 5, 2016

A Life in Art: Women Artists of OHA's Collection

Onondaga Historical Association, 321 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY, 13202, United States Exhibits http://
An exhibition featuring 53 works of art by 50 women artists is now open and will run through June 5th, 2016 at the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA). The selections in this exhibition were drawn from approximately 300 works of art by over 90 women artists.

Curated by recent Syracuse University Master's Degree recipient Erica Jensen, A Life in Art: Women Artists of OHA's Collection focuses primarily on the women behind the works of art and includes a variety of mediums; watercolor and oil paintings, pencil, charcoal, and pen and ink drawings, engravings, etchings, woodcuts, and linocuts; and marble, clay, ceramic, wax, and metal sculpture.

A reception and gallery talk by the exhibit's curator will be held on October 29th, 2015 from 4 PM to 7 PM at OHA's museum on 321 Montgomery Street in downtown Syracuse.




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9:30 am - 7:30 pm April 15, 2016

Black Utopias Exhibition

Bird Library at Syracuse University, 222 Waverly Ave, Syracuse, NY, 13244-2010, United States Exhibits http://library.syr.edu/find/scrc/programs/exhibits/Black%20Utopias.php
Syracuse University Libraries? fall exhibition is Black Utopias, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the publication of The Autobiography of Malcolm X, the best-selling narrative of one of the most prominent men of the Civil Rights era. An opening reception will be held on October 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. The show will run through Friday, April 15, 2016. Co-curated by Dr. Lucy Mulroney, interim senior director of the Special Collections Research Center, and Dr. Joan Bryant, associate professor in the African American Studies Department, ?Black Utopias? takes the personal transformations that form the narrative arc of Malcolm X?s Autobiography as the framework for exploring a range of utopian visions that have shaped Black American life. The exhibit will feature the handwritten letter that Malcolm X sent to Alex Haley during his pilgrimage to Mecca, as well as other unique and rare materials from the collections. It includes documents by…
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