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Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Photo Long Island Ducks vs. Sugar Land Skeeters Tickets

Tickets available for Long Island Ducks vs. Sugar Land Skeeters on Monday, June 29

$ 57.5
Photo Long Island Ducks vs. Lancaster Barnstormers Tickets

Tickets available for Long Island Ducks vs. Lancaster Barnstormers on Sunday, June 7

$ 57.5
Photo Long Island Ducks vs. Lancaster Barnstormers Tickets

Tickets available for Long Island Ducks vs. Lancaster Barnstormers on Friday, June 5

$ 57.5
Photo Long Island Ducks vs. Lancaster Barnstormers Tickets

Tickets available for Long Island Ducks vs. Lancaster Barnstormers on Saturday, June 6

$ 57.5
Photo Long Island Ducks vs. York Revolution Tickets

Tickets available for Long Island Ducks vs. York Revolution on Wednesday, June 10

$ 57.5
Photo Rochester Gun Show Tickets

Tickets available for Rochester Gun Show on Saturday, Jan 11

$ 24.15
Photo Rochester Gun Show Tickets

Tickets available for Rochester Gun Show on Sunday, Jan 12

$ 24.15
Photo Brittany Burrell Tickets

Tickets available for Brittany Burrell on Friday, April 17

$ 25.3
Photo Elements Music & Arts Festival - 4 Day Pass Tickets

Tickets available for Elements Music & Arts Festival - four Day Pass on Friday, May 22 at 3:30am

$ 1144.25
Photo Roe v Wade: 47 Years of Life Changing Progress for All

Special guest speaker: Toni Van Pelt, National NOW President. Toni, a longtime feminist and humanist activist, is also president of the NOW Foundation and chairwoman of the NOW Political Action Committee and serves as the principal spokeswoman for all 3 entities. Also speaking will be U.S. Representative Joe Morelle; Jessica Coleman, Community Health Educator with Highland Family Planning; and a representative from Planned Parenthood of Western and Central New York. This event is sponsored by Rochester NOW and Planned Parenthood of Western and Central New York.

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Photo Winter Solstice Celebration

Breathe light into the darkest day of the year and celebrate with community! Join Maya Rook for guided meditation, a 45-minute all levels yoga flow, and an exploration of Winter Solstice traditions. Everyone will receive a special gift to take home. Refreshments provided. Dance party optional afterward! Sign up at the tickets link to RSVP for this magical event.

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Photo History Happy Hour: Christmas with the Donner Party

Grab a drink, learn something new, and help raise money for our libraries! Join historian Maya Rook to explore the fascinating story of the Donner Party, with a special focus on how they spent the Christmas of 1846. Tickets include one draft beer or cider ticket, light snacks, and a donation to New Yorkers for Better Libraries.

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Photo The AMC Times Square NYC NYE Live View New Years Eve Party 2020

The AMC Times Square NYC NYE Live View New Years Eve Party 2020 5 HOUR OPEN BAR

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Photo Alcohol in Space

Since the dawn of civilization, alcohol has played an important role in human history. Now, as we move forward into a new age of space exploration there is a very important question worth asking – what about our drinks? "Alcohol in Space: Past, Present and Future," by Chris Carberry, is a new book which investigates these questions, and more. Based on extensive research in both the space and alcohol industries, the book explores alcohol’s long history in human society, its place in science fiction, space agricultural technologies and ultimately the possibility of its production in orbit. The book and this talk are truly 1 of a kind.

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Photo Hanukkah City

Dozens of shops and attractions in Westchester’s Ridge Hill will host Hanukkah-themed activities, crafts and shows for the whole family, followed by a community-wide menorah lighting ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 22 from 1 to four p.m. in celebration of the eight-day holiday of Hanukkah.

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Photo Aztec Two-Step 2.0 live at City Vineyard

Originating from a chance meeting at a Boston folk club open mic night in 1971, Rex Fowler & Neal Shulman burst on the scene as Aztec Two-Step in '72 with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records. This 1st album and their 3 subsequent albums for RCA Records made the duo staples of progressive FM and college radio, helping to usher the folk-rock music of the 1960s into the 1970s and beyond. Rex and Neal went on to spend a lifetime of making music together. However, after 46 yrs of recording and non-stop touring, Neal is now retired. In this new era of Aztec Two-Step, original founding member, principal singer and songwriter Rex continues on with their captivating songs (including some of Neal's originals), expanding the band's musical legacy with his new ensemble. With two and 3-part harmonies, multi-instrumental arrangements, and Dodie’s electrifying guitar work, they recapture the feeling of Rex & Neal’s original studio recordings.

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Photo 40s & Over New Years Eve Party

40s & Over New Years Eve Party Come on out and mingle this New Year’s Eve with other mature singles 40 & Over.

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Photo Hanukkah City

Dozens of shops and attractions in Westchester’s Ridge Hill will host Hanukkah-themed activities, crafts and shows followed by a community-wide menorah lighting ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 22 from 1 to four p.m. in celebration of the eight-day holiday of Hanukkah. Participants will enjoy the world’s 1st Chanukah virtual reality experience, dreidel 3D printing and robotics, a magic show, ice skating, and a giant chocolate fountain. Children will have the opportunity to ride a holiday-themed train and build a Lego menorah, as well as balloon artists, a photo booth, glitter tattoos, and much more. For more information, visit chanukahcity.com

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Photo Shingles Vaccine Offered at Wayne Health Department

Shingrix, the vaccine to prevent shingles, is now available at the Wayne Health Department (475 Valley Rd., Wayne, NJ) for residents age 50 and older. The shingles vaccine cost $160 and appointments are required. For more info or to make an appointment, please call (973) 694–XXXX, ext. 3373 or 3236. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that healthy adults 50 yrs and older get 2 doses of Shingrix, separated by 2 to 6 mons, to protect against shingles. Shingles is caused by the reactivation of the same virus that causes chickenpox. Anyone who has recovered from chickenpox can get shingles and risk increases as you get older. According to the CDC, almost 1 out of 3 people in the United States will develop shingles in their lifetime. For more info or to make an appointment, please call (973) 694–XXXX, ext. 3373 or 3236.

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Photo A CHRISTMAS CAROL by the Carmel High School Drama Club

This classic story has delighted and inspired all for generations. Witness Ebenezer Scrooge's transformation from a stingy miser to a kinder, more gentle man. Mr. and Mrs. Dickens will recount the story of Scrooge being visited by the ghost of his former partner Jacob Marley and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. Don't be a humbug! Join us for this festive, holiday tradition!

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Photo Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

All are invited to our Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at 7:30pm. Come join us for this most holy night.

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Photo Annual Blood Drive

SHOMREI TORAH'S ANNUAL BLOOD DRIVE. DONORS SHOULD BE BETWEEN seventeen AND 75, IN GOOD HEALTH AND WEIGH OVER 110 lbS, AND NO BLOOD DONATIONS WITHIN THE PREVIOUS eight WEEKS. PLEASE REMEMBER TO EAT, DRINK, AND BRING ID.

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Photo New Era Pinstripe Bowl: Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs. Michigan State Spartans

Tickets available for New Era Pinstripe Bowl: Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs. Michigan State Spartans on Friday, Dec 27

$ 11.5
Monday, December 9, 2019
Photo Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas Tickets

Tickets available for Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas on Thursday, April 23

$ 42.55
Photo Annual Holiday Pottery Sale

For a 13th year, Renata Wadsworth Pottery will host a Holiday Pottery Sale to benefit the Healthy Food For All subsidized CSA program, which makes local produce accessible to families with limited incomes. You'll find amazing deals on locally made pottery, jewelry, hats, mittens, soaps, cards, and cutting boards—all crafted by hand by local artists. You'll find mugs, tumblers, pitchers, bowls, vases, teapots, plates, and so much more at ridiculously low prices, plus other locally made artisan crafts. Plus you’ll find a great selection of other artisan gifts including handmade jewelry, wooden cutting boards, bowls and pepper mills, soaps and mittens! The best part is that 10% of all sales go directly to Healthy Food For All, a non-profit program of Tompkins County Cornell Cooperative Extension in partnership with local farms that makes fresh produce accessible to families with limited incomes.

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