Both the college and the group organizing the festival need to secure half the cost to move forward with the project. The estimated amount is approximately $4.8 million. No local tax dollars are to be expended, government officials said. CCC will try and secure their $2.4 million from SUNY, yet the funding is not yet guaranteed by the state. CCC President Daniel Larson said, “I have a positive outlook in terms of the musical theater festival being able to secure these funds.”
The Syracuse Irish Festival truly is a taste of Ireland featuring music, dance, song, genealogy, culture and children’s activities. If you’re looking for a weekend packed with great Irish bands, step dancers, lectures, exhibits, workshops, food and children’s activities, come to Syracuse’s Irish Cultural Festival at Clinton Square, September 11-12, 2009. Featuring: The Young Dubliners / Gaelic Storm / The …
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Voted one of the greatest brew fests in the northeast, this event features beers from micro-breweries and small brewers alike. Not just your average beer festival – a true connoisseur’s event!
Sales galore at Skaneateles’ Curbstone Festival, July 16-18, 2009 What would you like to get a great deal on? Jewelry? Handbags? Holiday cards? Decorative accessories? Cooking utensils? Men’s and women’s clothing? Krinkles by Patience Brewster? They’ll all be available, along with much more, at Skaneateles’ Curbstone Festival, July 16-18. The sidewalk sales along Genesee, Jordan and Fennell streets run …
Come experience Harvest Fall Family weekend hosted by Bakers Acres Garden Center and King Ferry Winery — the weekend of October 11 & 12 promises fun for the whole family! Live music on both days and food available for purchase on both days as well. On Saturday, visit each attraction starting at 10 am. On Sunday the fun will be at King Ferry winery only, starting at noon with BBQ, music and more. No fee except for BBQ.
Rounding out the Festival is “Shopping Spree” by Sarasota, Florida playwright Maureen Martin. This play was inspired by all the people who need to buy everything on their shopping lists. Maureen’s plays have been produced as off-Broadway, regional, and
syndicated radio productions. She has also worked in broadcast and stage production and as a theatre critic and columnist.