The Ride for Missing Children

  The Ride for Missing Children 5/18 275 Lake Ave., Rochester NY 14608 585-242-0900 Distance: 100 mi. Preregistration is necessary; reg. fee + pledges or contributions. Not a race. Riders will receive: cycling jersey, lunch, snacks, sag support, & closing ceremony. What exactly is the Ride for Missing Children? Sponsored by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children/New York …

A beautiful collection of wedding gowns and accessories

Bridal Exhibit Apr.20-June17,2007 A beautiful collection of wedding gowns and accessories, assembled by Lorraine Loomis-Konig “To Have and to Hold” 5/8-6/15 The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum 607-569-2160 An exhibit of classic wedding gowns of yesteryear, presented by Lorraine Loomis-Konig, will be on display until 6/17/2007. Admission: Adults $7 | Seniors 65 + $5 | Students 7-18 $4

Bang Bang You’re Dead

  “Bang Bang You’re Dead” Start: 05/03/2007 – 8:00pm End: 05/12/2007 – 8:00pm Jazz Central 441 East Washington Street Syracuse, NY See map: Google Maps Rarely Done Productions and the Syracuse Children’s Theatre are producing a play promoting dialogue about anti-violence/anti-bullying by William Mastrosimone called “Bang Bang You’re Dead.” The dates for the play are as follows: May 3rd, 4th, …

A Taste of the Finger Lakes includes

  Exploration of Two Exhibitions Experience the wonders of glass with two amazing exhibitions: “Curiosities of Glassmaking,” featuring glass oddities from across the centuries; and “Botanical Wonders,” showcasing the incredibly delicate and realistic Glass Flowers of Harvard. Wine and Cuisine Tasting Enjoy a rich and varied selection of regional wines and dishes from more than 30 area restaurants and wineries. …

Fur Trade Re-enactment

May 12 and May 13, 2007 10AM – 4PM The Early History of Ganondagan Location: Ganondagan State Historic Site, Victor, NY Living historians from across the US and Canada recreate the historic meeting at New York’s only Native American State Historic Site. Visit with both Iroquois and Colonial people dressed in authentic 17th century clothing. There will be French, Jesuit …