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Auditorium Theatre | thru May 20 The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, South Pacific, makes its Rochester debut in a revival of the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic that won a Tony Award in 2008. Set on a tropical island during World War II, the musical is a sweeping romantic story of two couples and how their happiness is threatened by the realities of war and by their own prejudices. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s score includes such classics as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some Enchanted Evening,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Younger Than Springtime,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bali Haâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;I,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;There is Nothinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Like A Dame,â&#x20AC;? This Nearly Was Mine,â&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Wonderful Guy.â&#x20AC;?

David Mayfield Parade

!BILENE"AR,OUNGE\-AY Nashvilleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s David Mayfield Parade performs Americana and folk-rock under the able leadership of David Mayfield, the Grammy-nominated artist who is also a member of the band Cadillac Sky. David Mayfield Parade, their selftitled debut, has been receiving favorable press, earning the group a spot on Southwest Spirit Magazineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;40 Artists To Watchâ&#x20AC;? list. Band members include Mayfield along with Kristin Weber, Wes Langlois, Shelby Means, and Joe Giotta.

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$INOSAUR""1\-AY An innovative singer/songwriter and harmonica virtuoso, Harper has been described as â&#x20AC;&#x153;the Jimi Hendrix of the harmonicaâ&#x20AC;? and is noted for his dynamic live show. Part harmonica wizard and part rhythmic explorer,

Lauded singer, songwriter and guitarist, Bonnie Raitt makes a special appearance at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, May 27. Harper is a fiery artist who blurs the lines between rock, blues, soul and world music. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s known for his huge soulful vocals, as well as for his use of the didgeridoo, an indigenous wind instrument of his native Australia, which gives Harper a distinctive sound entirely his own. One of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading session vocalists and harp players, Harper received the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Male Vocalist of the Yearâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Song of the Yearâ&#x20AC;? titles from the Australian Blues Music Awards. Releases include Down to the Rhythm, Day By Day, Stand Together and his latest with his Midwest Kind band, Live at the Blues Museum.

Cambridge music scene in 2005, when she formed The Bon Ton Parade (recently renamed The Talkbacks) - a dynamic, soloswaping combo comprised of sax, clarinet, upright bass, brushes on drums and backing harmonies. In 2007, she released her first album with her band entitled Modern Vintage as well as When Tomorrow Comes, a CD comprised of jazz standards. These releases were followed by Live On the Road, Darling, Oh Darling, and The Waltz Set. Her latest effort is a double album featuring two live shows, one from the Regatta Bar in Cambridge, MA and the other form Eddieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Attic in Decatur, GA. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s titled Live Across the Mason Dixon Line.

Miss Tess & The Bon Ton Parade Tim Herron Corporation !BILENE"AR,OUNGE\-AY Declared by the Boston Globe as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Local on the Vergeâ&#x20AC;? in 2008, Miss Tess is a young Boston-based performer/songwriter. Aptly naming her style â&#x20AC;&#x153;modern vintage,â&#x20AC;? her music bridges eras and genres from ragtime to blues; country to swing. Tess first joined the storied

3TICKY,IPS""1*UKE*OINT\ -AY The Tim Herron Corporation has been playing their mix of rock and roll, bluegrass and folk for some thirteen years now. Based

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#OMEDY#LUB\-AYn An award winning comic, Dom Irrera’s stand-up material was honed in a multi-generational Italian household in South Philadelphia with his mother, sister, grandmother, uncles and cousins all under one very big roof. Irrera’s first big break was his performance on Rodney Dangerfield’s Nothing Goes Right for HBO, soon followed by his own One Night Stand on HBO and a hosting gig on Showtime’s Full Frontal Comedy. Irrera has performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Show with

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Pesky J. Nixon

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Rocky Votolato

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Brothers Forever

Glad Tidings Church | May 20 The Southern Gospel vocal trio, Brothers Forever, is based in Tennessee and are well known for both their powerful testimonies as well as their music. The group has had five #1 songs on the charts – “More Than That,” “I Feel A Blessing Coming On,” “Be Alright,” “I Can’t Forget The Day,” and “I Am Him.”

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Bug Jar | May 22 Ghostwriter tours in support of its sixth release, Prayin’ all the time. The National Examiner says of the punk-folk troubadour, “Blue-collar blues-punk is what at once sums up the man and the artist pretty accurately.

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Dinosaur BBQ | May 23 Sprung from the basements of Berklee College of Music in Boston in early 2003, Spiritual Rez is known for its unique sound and high-energy live performances. The group writes and tours constantly, releasing several CDs including Rising In The East and Nexus. The 10-piece reggae/funk band has played with internationally acclaimed acts including Gregory Isaacs, The Skatalites, Israel Vibrations, Gogol Bordello, Jah Wobble, SOJA and more.

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Cirque du Soleil in Dralion

Blue Cross Arena | May 23 – 27 Cirque du Soleil brings its critically-acclaimed touring production of Dralion to town. Since its 1999 premiere, the show has been seen by more than 8 million people worldwide. It fuses ancient Chinese circus tradition and the avant-garde style of Cirque du Soleil; and features 52 world-class acrobats, gymnasts musicians, singers and comedic characters.

Early November

w/Wonder Years, The Swellers & Young Statues

Water St. Music Hall | May 24 The Early November formed in 1999 in New Jersey and released two albums (The Room’s Too Cold, and The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path) before taking a breather for a while. Recently playing together again, they’ve got a new one coming out in July on Rise Records, titled In Currents… Pennsylvania’s Wonder Years formed in 2005, producing three albums to date – Get Stoked On

It!, The Upsides and Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now I’m Nothing. Recent releases include “Me vs. the Highway” and a remastered version of their debut album… Punk rockers, The Swellers hail from Flint MI. Releases include Long and Hard, Welcome Back Riders and a new one, Vehicle City Blues…The indie rock band Young Statues is out of Philadelphia. The young group has a self-titled debut album out on Run For Cover records.

Flogging Molly

Main St. Armory | May 25 The Celtic rock band, Flogging Molly, comes from a place where punk attitude meets Irish melody – and chaotic frenzy is always welcome. For Dave King, the Dublin-born singer/guitarist/songwriter of Flogging Molly, the band’s sound brings him back to his childhood and the traditional Irish music he grew up with. Fusing the music of his youth

with the feverish sound of punkrock of bands like Stiff Little Fingers, the Pogues and Dropkick Murphys; as well as seminal influences like The Clash, U2 and David Bowie; Flogging Molly has developed a sound all its own. Recent popular albums include Float, Live at the Greek Theatre and Speed of Darkness. Editor’s Note: The House Guitars at 645 Titus Ave. will be hosting a Meet & Greet with the band at 6pm, with a chance to win a pair of tickets.

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U.S. Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors w/RPO

Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre | May 25 & 26 The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra presents a special patriotic concert under the direction of Jeff Tyzik, featuring the U.S. Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors. Formed in 1969, this 19-piece ensemble has received great acclaim at home and abroad, performing America’s original art form - jazz. Their diverse repertoire includes big band swing, bebop, Latin, contemporar y jazz, standard, popular tunes, Dixieland, vocals and patriotic selections.

Stephane Wrembel

Boulder Coffee | May 26 French guitarist Stephane Wrembel is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston who now resides in New York City where he regularly performs and records with the likes of David Grisman, Les Paul, and Lionel continued on p.20 >>>

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Melissa Manchester w/Paradigm Shift

Wednesday, May 16 Singer/songwriter Melissa Manchester has had a stellar career. Since training under Paul Simon at New York University in her twenties, she has gone on to win a Grammy for “You Should Hear How She Talks About You” and the Governor’s Award from the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. As a composer,

Lou Gramm Singer/songwriter Travis Rocco recently released Smoke & Tangerines. The pop rock album features his unique voice and original material. Travis has toured 24 states and performed at over 170 colleges, countless festivals and clubs.

Steel Magnolia w/Driftwood

Melissa Manchester she’s worked on Disney’s The Great Mouse Detective and Lady and the Tramp 2; and her song, “I Know Who I am” was featured in the film For Colored Girls… Rochester’s Paradigm Shift is an organ-driven jazz group led by Melvin Henderson on guitar and Gerry Youngman on organ, with Sean Jefferson joining in on drums.

Friday, May 18 Joshua Scott Jones and Meghan Linsey are Steel Magnolia. The duo won CMT’s “Can You Duet” contest and their song, “Keep On Lovin’ You” was a break-through hit. They’ve toured with Brad Paisley were named “Vocal Duo of the Year” and “Top New Vocal

Lou Gramm

w/Travis Rocco

Thursday, May 17 Rochester’s own Lou Gramm began his career in the local group Black Sheep before earning fame as the lead vocalist of Foreigner (“Cold As Ice,” “Waiting for a Girl Like You,” “I Want to Know What Love Is,” “Midnight Blue”). Through the years, he’s also had an extensive solo career and he’s lent his talent to a number of collaborative projects. Brain surgery for a tumor slowed his career for a bit, but he’s fully recovered now, and performing frequently…

Steel Magnolia Duo of the Year” at the Academy of County Music Awards in 2010 and 2011…Binghamton’s “Shanty Rock” quartet, Driftwood, is a contagious act – sincere about the music and about their performance. The American Roots/ Rock artists’ first CD is Rally Day. continued on p.19 >>>

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Gwen Sebastian, The Farm w/Ransomville

Saturday, May 19 Singer/songwriter Gwen Sebastian, known to fans of The Voice as a favorite contestant, is a country music singer/songwriter. She signed with Lofton Creek Records a few years ago, releasing Christmas in July in 2009 and V.I.P. in 2010…The Farm, a

Aztec Two-Step

Aztec Two-Step, Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes w/The Coupe DeVilles

Gwen Sebastian trio comprised of Nick Hoffman, Damien Horne and Krista Marie, is sort of a hybrid act – rooted in county but combining pop music into each song they sing. The three musicians put their own unique spin on the music,

Sunday, May 20 From their chance meeting at a Boston folk club back in 1971, Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman, Aztec Two-Step, have come to define what folk-rock and soft-pop is all about. Notable albums include Living in America (“Best Folk Album”- New York Music Awards), Of Age, Days of Horses and their latest, Cause & Effect, celebrating the band’s 40th anniversary… The group that the New York Times says “became known as the country’s best bar band,” Southside Johnny & The Asbur y Jukes have racked up over 30 years of classic live shows and a multitude of albums. Southside Johnny came to national attention in the mid-seventies when his former band-mate, Bruce Springsteen hit it big. Steve Van Zandt produced the first three Southside albums - with Bruce contributing some songs. Over the years, Southside Johnny has gone one to release over twenty albums…Rochester’s own blues band, The Coupe DeVilles (Lex Byers, Tommy Bianchi, John Cianciola, Jeff Morrison and Geroge DeMott), have released three CDs, Burnin Blues, Blues For You and Blues Live at WITR.

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The Farm brought about by a series of different influences. Somehow, they all found their way to Nashville, and now work together, signed to Warner Brothers Records. Their debut single is “Home Sweet Home”… Buffalo’s Ransomville is carving its own path in the country music world, using a unique sound to attract the attention of critic s and fans. Their 2009 debut CD has been followed by a new EP, “Country Is What I Am.”

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Cirque du Soleil in Dralion Blue Cross Arena | May 23 – 27 <<< continued from p.12 Loueke. He’s appeared at the International Gypsy Guitar Festival, the Hot Chili Pepper Festival, and the Djangofest Northeast. Local fans will remember him from the 2003, 2009 & 2011 Rochester International Jazz Festivals. Stephane’s original theme song for Woody Allen’s current hit film Midnight in Paris, “Bistro Fada,” topped the charts. His new album is Origins.

Bonnie Raitt w/Marc Cohn

Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre | May 27 In a career that spans four decades, Bonnie Raitt has won multiple Grammy Awards, sold over 15 million albums, been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and earned widespread critical acclaim as an expressive vocalist and formidable guitarist. Since the release of her self-titled debut in 1971, Raitt has adeptly mixed her own compositions with classic blues tunes and material from up-and-coming singer/ songwriters. Classic hit songs include “Thing Called Love,” “Have a Heart,” “Something to Talk About,” “Not the Only One,” and “I Can’t Make You Love Me” to name a few. Among her popular albums are Nick of Time, Luck of the Draw, Longing in Their Hearts,

Fundamental, Silver Lining, Souls Alike and her brad new one, Slipstream…Singer/songwriter Marc Cohn opens the show. The Grammy Award winning artist released his platinum self-titled debut in 1991. His latest, Listening Booth: 1970, features interpretations of songs from such artists as Cat Stevens, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Van Morrison and others.

Runa, Aaron Jones & Claire Mann

Lovin’ Cup | May 27 From Philadelphia comes Runa. Drawing on the diverse musical background of its members, the band brings a contemporary feeling to traditional and recently composed Celtic music…Aaron Jones is a singer/ songwriter from Belfast Ireland. He plays alternative music, with a touch of ambience and a dash of hardcore...Claire Mann, who performs on flute, fiddle, whistle and vocals, joins the bill. A frequent collaborator with Jones, she has toured the world performing her rich and sensitive music.

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Alt-rockers Collective Soul play The Town Ballroom in Buffalo, May 19.

Landmark Theatre, 362 S. Salina St., Syracuse; 315-475-7980 www. landmarktheatre.org 5/17 Joe Bonamassa 5/20 Primus

Massey Hall, 178 Victoria St., Toronto; 416-872-4255 www.masseyhall.com 5/26 Bonnie Raitt with Marc Cohn Riviera Theatre, 67 Webster St., N. Tonawanda; 716-692-2413 www. rivieratheatre.org 5/19 Louis Prima Jr. Sheaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Performing Arts Center, 646 Main St., Buffalo; 716-847-0850 www.sheas.org 5/16 Joe Bonamassa 5/18 Yanni 5/19 Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

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aspects of materials and dancers, as well as understanding the space visually and in motion.â&#x20AC;? Tony and Olivier Award Wining Choreographer Garth Fagan agrees. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good choreography involves principles of art, design, space, shape, form, sculpture and at times music.â&#x20AC;? Hear more of their expertise at this presentation.

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The search for love continues as the Tony awardwinning musical, Company continues its run at Geva Theatre Center, through June 10.  šMuCCC SHOWS – The Multiuse Cultural Center (MuCCC) at 147 Atlantic Avenue will host the Process Productions presentation of I Write To Discover starring Gretchen Woodworth as Flannery O’Connor on May 18. The show is written by Ed Scutt and directed by Joan VanNess…The Polite Company Improv & Sketch comedy troupe will be at MuCCC

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š ; 7 I J C 7 D SCHOOL NOTES – Eastman Community School and Brighton Symphony Orchestra will present an evening of 18th Century harp music on May 22 in the Hatch Recital Hall at the Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs Street. The recital will feature the School’s Advanced Harp Choir under the direction continued on p. 26 >>>

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12:00 PM Rexx 1:30 PM Amanda Ashley 3:00 PM Into the Now 5:00 PM Filthy Funk 6:30 PM Compromise 8:00 PM The Driftwood Sailors

Monday, MAY 28TH 12:00 PM Infra-Red Radiation Orchestra 1:30 PM The Fools 3:00 PM Mulletude 4:30 PM Spacelords 6:00 PM Mitty & The Followers 7:30 PM Andre Foxxe and the Psychedelic Ghetto Pimps

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Saturday, August 4th, 2012

From 11AM - 8PM

Over fifteen Upstate New York wineries are scheduled to offer tastings & sales amidst a backdrop of FREE live jazz entertainment! 11:00 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.

TENOR MADNESS

2:00 - 4:30 P.M.

ANDY STOBIE AND THE GREATER FINGER LAKES JAZZ ORCHESTRA

12:00 - 2:30 P.M.

ALLAN HOWE / TERRANCE BRUCE DUO

3:30 - 6:00 P.M.

JEFF SAWYER AND ANGELA MOONAN

5:30 - 8:00 P.M.

NANCY KELLY

The Most Beautiful Urban Port on the Erie Canal! Experience the majesty of Rochester’s celebrated waterways onboard the Sam Patch and Mary Jemison boats!

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of Nan Gullo Richmond, and Paul Knoke who will perform on his 18th Century single-action harp… Several hundred acclaimed violists from around the world will descend on the Eastman School from May 30 thru June 3 to attend the 40th International Viola Congress. They will perform some 20 group and solo recitals featuring ten world premieres; and present or participate in more than 40 discussions, lectures and master classes. Visit www.esm.rochester. edu/ivc2012 for details. šIEJ7HE9>;IJ;HEH7TORIO SOCIETY – In a first for such a collaboration, the Rochester Oratorio Society and the School of the Arts will present a concert of choral classics on May 20 at SOTA, 45 Prince Street. “Better Together” will feature the SOTA Concert Choir and benefits Friends of the School of the Arts and the ROS Endowment Fund. Works by Schuber t , Mozar t , Handel and Lauridsen will be featured. Call (585) 473-2234. š@7C?;7D:;HIED – A May 18 House Concert in the home of Ralph Hunt and Judy Gradford at 20 Winbourne Road will feature Jamie Anderson. Jamie calls herself a “confused folk singer who dabbles in several genres.” Touring since the eighties, the singer/ songwriter has player her songs in hundreds of coffeehouses, concert halls and festivals in four countries and forty-seven states. Call (585) 328-3130.  š@E>D DK=; DJ 6 ?CC7DK;B – The Friday Jazz at Immanuel series will present John Nugent on saxophone in a special concert planned for May 18 at Immanuel Baptist Church, 815 Park Avenue. Bob Snieder on guitar, Dawn Thompson on guitar/vocals, Mike Melito on drums and Dan Vitale on bass also perform. Call (585) 473-7664.  š1940s RADIO SHOW – The “Making American Music” adult concer t series season at the National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, concludes on May 16 with 1940s Radio Show, featuring Sarah Peters and Friends. Celebrate the spirit of the American people during Word War II at this show; and hear such songs as “Star Spangled Banner,” “Huggin’ and a Chalkin” and “Deep Purple.” Call (585) 2632700.  šGOLDEN LINK MEMBER SHOWCASE – The 5th Tuesday Concert planned on May 29 by the Golden Link Folk Singing Society will be held at 12 Corners Presbyterian Church, 1200

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May 16 - May 30, 2012 FREETIME Winton Road South. Twelfth Annual Ecumenical BenThe program will feaefit Concert will be held on May ture David Shaver, 20 at Pearce Memorial Church, Groove Twang, and 4322 Buffalo Road in North Chili. Gordon Munding The event is sponsored by the and the CrawdidWestside Coalition of Christian dies. Visit www. Churches and is free and open goldenlink.org. to the public with donations  šBRISTOL accepted. Call (585) 429CEKDJ7?D8BK;5835…A Cabaret Night feaGRASS – The Wayne turing Cindy Miller and the County Council for Brad Batz Quartet and inthe Arts will present cluding a dinner and silent the Bristol Mounauction is planned on tain Bluegrass May 19 at Temple B’rith Band on May Kodesh, 2131 Elmwood 20 at 108 W. Avenue. The event is Miller Street a fundraiser for i n N e wa r k the Pittsford NY. The Wo m group pere n ’ s forms old-time Cub. and traditional V i s i t bluegrass tunes www.womenwith an energy sclubofpittsford. that matches org. their enthusi- Rochester City Ballet presents a mixed bill for their spring a s m . L oya l performance, May 18-20 at audiences in Nazareth College Arts Center. N e w Yor k s t a te a n d beyond love the group because Rochester City Ballet they are just plain fun to watch. On May 18, 19 & 20, the Call (315) 331-4593. Rochester City Ballet will pres š9>EHKIE<J>;=;D;I;; ent a choreographer’s showcase – The 59th annual “Barbershop featuring Edward Ellison’s CarHarmony Show” featuring the men, works from renowned guest Chorus of the Genesee is planed choreographers, and a new piece for May 19 at Penfield High Auby RCB Artistic Director Jamey ditorium., 25 High School Drive. Levert. Dance Mix, performed at The evening will include great the Nazareth College Arts Center, music, special guest quartets, 4245 East Avenue, will offer an and fun for all ages. Call (585) eclectic mix of dance styles and 385-2698. cutting-edge performances. Call  šBENEFIT SHOWS – The (585) 389-2180.

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Brought to you in part by Wegmans 6:30 - 8:00 pm Bring a blanket or a lawn chair, dinner and enjoy performances in the Pavilion at Buckland Park, 1341 Westfall Road. The performances will include family entertainment, local musicians, and a variety of regional artists. Concerts are FREE to the public. Handicap accessible, restrooms and concessions will be available. Join us every Tuesday for six great weeks! Contact the Department of Recreation and Parks 585-7845260 with questions. July 10.......Brighton Symphony Orchestra....Symphonic July 17.......Brockport Community Big Band ...Big Band July 24.......

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SHOWS Transformation/Revelation Each of the more than thirty works in the new exhibition, Transformation/Revelation: The Art of Change invites the viewer to discover that which is transformed or revealed by the artist.’ The works, all from the Memorial Art Gallery’s collection, range from a16th-Century woodcut by the Dutch artist, Goltzius; to an innovative solarplate etching by contemporary master printmaker, Dan Welden. The show will be housed in the Lockhart Gallery of the MAG, 500 University Avenue, from May 25 thru September 9. Call (585) 276-8900.

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6 X 6 Preview Rochester Contemporary Art Center at 137 East Avenue will present an “In Gallery Preview” of works featured in their 5th annual 6 X 6 Exhibition on May 30, 31 & June 1. The pieces in this show are made and donated by celebrities, international and local artist, designers, college students and others. Each work is 6 X 6 square and signed only on the back – therefore they are exhibited anonymously. Starting June 2, all of the pieces will be for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Call (585) 461-2222.

Town of Brighton Department of Recreation and Parks and the following sponsors:

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All the individuals of the selected team will receive a Baseball Cap compliments of FREETIME Magazine and the Red Wings. Ten tickets will be provided for the team. Additional tickets may be purchased at a group discount. Teams may also register by signing up at all Red Wings home games during the 2012 season. Teams will be contacted by a Red Wings representative to schedule their special night.

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Families and rail fans of all ages can enjoy a unique ride experience at the New York Museum of Transportation in Rush on Sundays, beginning May 20. Call 533-1113, or visit www.nymtmuseum.org. by Sue Cannon Big Fun For The Little Ones… The second weekend of fun for the little ones is planned for May 18 thru 20 at the Medina Railroad Museum as kids have a chance to enjoy a :WoEkjM_j^J^ecWi! See below for details…and don’t miss this one, the tour only stops here once a year!  šJ^[i[WiedÅdWb[Wj7CW]_YWb Journey Thru Stages is currently running through May 20 at the Auditorium Center, 875 East Main Street. M;IJI?:;IJEHO, one of America’s most beloved Broadway musicals, is being performed by a cast of high school-aged students from the Greater Rochester area. Call (585) 935-7173.  šOekh oekd]ij[h m_bb bel[ spending a :7O EKJ M?J> THOMAS, the train and friends on May 18, 19 & 20! The “Mystery on the Rails” Tour will be stopped at the Medina Railroad Museum at 530 West Avenue in Medina NY; offering a twenty-five minute ride with the full size Thomas the Tank Engine and a chance to meet Sir Topham Hatt! There will also be storytelling, Mega Bloks to build with, live music and other fun activities for the whole family. For tickets, call (866) 468-7630; or visit www.railroadmseum.net.  š:ej^[H_]^jJ^_d]e\HeY^ester invites the community to its free FAMILY SAFETY DAY on May 19 at the corner of Court Street and Exchange Blvd. The event will feature a bike rodeo, free bike and car seat inspections,

texting crash simulators, fire safety, crime prevention and first aid tips. Call (585) 428-7863.  šJ^[ B?J;H7JKH; B?L; series, which finds characters jumping off the pages of children’s books to meet, greet and pose with youngsters, continues at the Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square. Corduroy, the department store teddy bear, will appear on May 19 & 20; and Papa Bear, from the Berenstain Bears will be there on May 26 & 27. Call (585) 2632700.  š7j j^[ Ijhed] DWj_edWb Ckseum of Play, One Manhattan Square, JE::B;H8EEA9BK8 session are scheduled on May 21. This month the subject is sing-along books. Call (585) 263-2700.  šCedZWo A_Yai \eh 7][i ( je 6 at the Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square. On May 21, kids can SING AND DANCE with teaching ar tist Sarah Peters, and make musicallyinspired crafts. Call (585) 2632700.  š=Wj^[hj^[\Wc_boje][j^[hed May 24 and head out to the Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 St. Paul St., for A NIGHT AT THE ZOO – a familyfriendly event with entertainment, animal encounter, games and more. Call (585) 336-7213.  š7\h[[LEARN TO CATCH A FISH FAMILY PICNIC is planned on May 26 in Lechworth State Park, Castile NY. The Trailside Lodge hosts the carnival-style event featuring games, workshops and free fishing with no license required! Call (585) 493-3616.

Red Wings/FREETIME Baseball Buddies Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, Roch., NY 14608

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sidewalk sale, tours and plenty Robinson Drive at 8 a.m. Call of food. Call (585) 328-5750. (585) 4461-3394.  Â&#x161;J^[HeY^[ij[h#Cedhe[9ekd Â&#x161;J[cfb[8[j^;bWj')/.M_dtry Freedom Trail Commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ton Rd. South will host a huge 8th annual Tribute to Civil War Garage Sale on May 20 featuring Troops is scheduled for May 19. childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s goods, household items Held at Riverside Cemetery, 2650 and more. Visit www.tberochesLake Ave.; the Monroe Country ter.org. Office Building Atrium, 39 W.  Â&#x161;7j j^[ =WdedZW]Wd IjWj[ Main St.; and Mt. Hope Cemetery, Historic Site, 1499 St. Rt. 444 in 1133 Mt. Hope Ave.; the dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Victor, a traditional Native Arts events honor the nearly 200,000 Cordage Workshop is planned men of color and 7,000 white ofon May 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ficers who constituted the United For details, call (585) 742-1690. States Colored Troops. Call (585)  Â&#x161;7dAuction Fundraiser, led 389-5140. by Mike Shaffer, is scheduled for  Â&#x161;EdMay 19 from 9 a.m. to 2 May 20 at the historic Morganp.m., the Gates Communit y Center a t 1605 Buffalo Road will host the Gates Community Garage Sale. The popular event for area residents will be followed on May 21, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., by the Best Left Over Sale! Call (585) 247-6100; or visit www.gatesrecparks.org.  Â&#x161;J^[)/th KfijWj[ New York Bonsai Exhibition will be held on May 19 & 20 at Monroe Community Hospital, 435 East Henrietta Road. Over 100 Bonsai will be on exhibit - from three feet tall to ones tha t are onl y six inches high. You can view displays, browse Genesee Country Village & Museum the sales area, and salutes Armed Forces Day with a take home either a special look back at our military finished Bonsai or heritage, May 19. a starter tree. Visit www.bonsaisocietyofupstateny.org for details. Manning House, 151 Main Street  Â&#x161;EdMay 19, 20, 26, 27 & 28, in Brockport. The event, named the 300-acre â&#x20AC;&#x153;Linwoodâ&#x20AC;? estate, at â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our Old House ,â&#x20AC;? will raise 1912 York Road in York NY, will money to make repairs and imbe open to the public as part of provements on the house. Call this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tree Peony Festival (585) 637-3645. of Flowers; with tours, food,  Â&#x161;Opening Day of Trolley and and hiking available. Visit www. Diesel Ride Season at the New linwoodgardens.org for details. York Museum of Transportation  Â&#x161;M_d[h_[iWdZXki_d[iic[cand Rochester/Genesee Valley bers of the Canandaigua Wine Railroad Museum in Rush is Trail will present their 3 rd anplanned for May 20. Visitors can nual Plant Yourself in the Finger enjoy a two-mile round trip excurLakes Spring Garden Party on sion. Call (585) 533-1113. May 20 at Sonnenberg Gardens,  Â&#x161;EdMay 20, the Town of Hen151 Charlotte Street in Cananriettaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Memorial Day Parade daigua. There will be live music will start at 1 p.m., heading from by Andy Hannon and Christ Rush-Henrietta High to Veterans Easton, tastings, and rotating Memorial Park with a Memorial seminars. Visit www.cananService planned following the daiguawinetrail.com. parade. Visit www.henrietta.org  Â&#x161;7 Bird Watcher Tour of for details. Mt. Hope Cemeter y will be  Â&#x161;Flower Cit y Days at the conducted on May 20. Meet at Market are planned on May 20 the North Gatehouse opposite & 27 and June 3 at the Rochester

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Public Market, 280 N. Union Street. The Sunday sales attract some 20,000 shoppers each week as area growers bring plants directly to gardeners. Call (585) 428-6907.  šD[mOeha=_WdjigkWhj[hXWYa Eli Manning will be the featured speaker at the 63rd annual Rochester Press-Radio Club Day of Champions Children’s Charity Dinner. The event will take place on May 23 at the Riverside Convention Center, 123 E. Main Street. For tickets, call (585) 3401460.  š7ikh[i_]dj^Wjikcc[h_iWj hand is the celebration of Memorial Day Weekend at the Sterling IjW][7cf_j^[Wj[h"(-*A[djHeWZ _d Ij[hb_d] DO$  J^_i .th annual Sterling Stage Folkfest 2012 on May 24 thru 27 will feature the Ryan Montbleau Band, Cabinet, IWhW^ B[[ =kj^h[[  @e^ddo and a host of others. The venue boasts not only three stages, but beautiful evergreens and a cozy YWcf]hekdZ$=h_bbiWdZYeeb[hi are permitted – and dogs, with a special pass. For full details, visit www.sterlingstage.com or call (818) 212-9489.  š:kh_d] j^[ William Pr yor Letchworth Birthday Celebration, May 25 at Letchworth State FWha_d9Wij_b[DO"j^[fkXb_YYWd visit ten stations focusing on such topics as flintknapping, Civil War camp life, wool spinning, and more. Re-enactors will portray Mr. Letchworth and Caroline Bishop; and cake will be available! Call (585) 493-3616.  šJ^[(&'(i[Wiede\ZooBrews at the Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 St. Paul St., will open on May 25 with cki_Y \hec Ij[l[ =h_bbi WdZ j^[ Roadmasters. The adult happy hour offers great beverages and great food. Call (585) 336-7200.  šOek½l[ X[[d mW_j_d] \eh j^_i – the annual Roc City Rib Fest is scheduled for May 25 thru 28 at Ontario Beach Park. The BBQ and Music Festival is an annual favorite, drawing 30,000 fans in 2011. This year, the event will _dYbkZ[WOC97A_Zi<kdPed[" multiple Cook-offs, competitions in such categories as chicken breast, bacon, meatball, Zweigle white hots, pork ribs, brisket, feha i^ekbZ[h WdZ ceh[$  7dZ" Zed½j\eh][jj^[Cki_YJ^[ijW][ will host top regional acts from 5 to 11 p.m. on Friday; from noon to 11 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday; and noon to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Watch for appearances by all your favorites – the Park 7l[$8WdZ"9^h_i8[WhZ"J^kdZ[h 8eZo"Ief^_ijW\kda"7dZh[<en[i WdZ j^[ FioY^[Z[b_Y =^[jje" WdZ

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Train Rides through Historic Erie Canal Corridor ! Take Dad Out For A Train Ride!

June 17th Father’s Day

Depart 11:00 or 2:00

And More Summer Fun Train Rides

July 11 (11:00 am only) or July 14 & August 13 Depart 11:00 or 2:00

Enjoy 2hr train ride thru historic Erie Canal corridor. Also see the HUGE HO-Scale train layout, 204’ long! Tour Largest Railroad & Toy Train Museum in NY State Fares —Adult $20.00, Teens—$15, Kids 2–12—$13.

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& RECREATION Empire State Yankees against the Toledo Mud Hens. Matches start at 4:05 p.m. on May 28; at 7:05 on May 29 & 30; and at 12:05 on May 31. Call (585) 454-1001; or visit www.redwingsbaseball.com for further details. RED WINGS/YANKEES HOME GAMES The Rochester Red Wings will be on their home turf at Frontier Field, One Mor rie Silver Way, to continue a homestand against the Louisville Bats with games continuing thru May 18 at 7:05 p.m. Then, the Gwinnett Braves will be in town to face Rochester with matches scheduled at 7:05 p.m. on May 19; at 1:05 p.m. on May 20; at 7:05 p.m. on May 21; and at 11:05 a.m. for a lunch-time game on May 22. Next up at Frontier Field is a four-game serries featuring the

ROCHESTER RHINOS The Rochester Raging Rhinos, will be on their home field on May 18 to face the Dayton Dutch Lions. The match starts at 7:35 p.m. in Sahlen’s Stadium, 460 Oak Street. Visit www.rhinossoccer.com; and call (585) 454-KICK for tickets. Also coming up at Sahlen’s Stadium is an Open Cup match on Tuesday, May 22 @ 7:35pm. If you have a ticket to the May 18 Rhinos game, you’ll receive a free ticket to the Open Cup game!

WESTERN NEW YORK FLASH Our Wester n New York Flash Women’s Premiere Soccer League will take their home field on May 19 against New York Fury. Start time is 7 p.m. in Sahlen Stadium, 460 Oak Street. Call (716) 655-PLAY for tickets; and visit www.wpsl. info for league information. ROC CITY ROLLER DERBY On May 19 at 7 p.m., the Roc City Roller Derby team will host a competition starting at 7 p.m. at the Dome Arena, 2695 East Henrietta Road. The event will feature B-Sides vs. Chautauqua County Roller Derby’s Babes of Wrath. Visit www.rocderby.com.

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Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Sonnenberg Mansion in 2012

JUNE 11: Roses & Rosés JUNE 17: Father’s Day Car & Motorcycle Cruise JULY 6, 13, 20, 27 & AUGUST 10

Moonlight Stroll Music Series

12th Annual Arts

AUGUST 18 & 19:

at the Gardens - www.artsatthegardens.org

For complete event list, descriptions, and ticket pricing, please visit

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151 Charlotte St., Canandaigua 585-394-4922

Saturday, May 19…

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8 a.m. with competitive categories coded by relationship (ie: husband/wife, father/daughter, Xhej^[h%i_ij[h1WdZj^['&AijWhji at 9 a.m. with age groupings for everything from under 14 to over 80!  šThe Annual Art In The Park Show continues at the corner of South and Highland, from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., with artists offering paintings, photography, ceramics, wood and metal art, jewelry and more.  šChildren’s Acts for today feature The Dinner Dogs, Matt ;f_iYefe" WdZ C_a[ Aehdh_Y^1 with shows from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.  šEntertainment star ts at 11:30 a.m. on the Lilac Stage and runs continuously. Aztec Two-Step will perform at 2 p.m.; and The Coupe DeVilles open for Southside Johnny who takes the stage at 7 p.m. See our Coming to Town section for details.

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FESTIVAL SAT., AUG. 18, 2012 NOON-5PM In The Park Between Madison & King Streets ENTERTAINMENT • FOOD & CRAFT VENDORS

SUSAN B. ANTHONY HOUSE

17 MADISON STREET (OFF WEST MAIN ST)

SPECIAL TOUR PRICE OF $5 FOR FESTIVAL DAY ONLY

585-235-6124

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;The History, the Scenery, the Fun!â&#x20AC;?

The Colonial Belle TOUR & DINNER BOAT Cruising The Erie Canal

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Murder Mystery Dinner Cruises June 21, July 12, August 9, August 23, Sept. 20 & Oct. 11 6:30-9:30pm â&#x20AC;˘Â $50pp

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4th of July Fireworks Cruise Enclosed Lower Deck, Open Upper Deck â&#x20AC;˘ Full Service Bar Cruises May through October

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All Aboard! The Harbor Town Belle

AN AUTHENTIC PADDLE WHEELER Heated & Air Conditioned Decks • Private Parties up to 130 People Corporate Events • Weddings • Departs from Charlotte (near Carousel) • Up to Three Cruises per day 12pm, 3pm & 6pm depending on reservations • Lunches $9-$13 - Dinners $10-$15 • 2 Hour Cruises - Adults $12, Under 10 $6 COME CRUISE WITH US ON “THE BELLE” Join us for one of our daily lunch or dinner cruises or for one of our special events: AN EVENING ON THE RIVER WITH MARK TWAIN Most Thursdays July through October @ 6:30pm $29.50 includes Cruise, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Buffet & Mark Twain (Cash Bar)

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rock, groove, folk and jazz to create a sound that has been steadily earning fans since forming in 2010. Popular singles from the group include “My #1,” “Big  šJ^[9bkX6MWj[hIjh[[j^eiji =h[[d;o[i"»WdZºB_\[?iWIed]$» a Benefit for the Irondequoit (585-292-9940) Women’s Lacrosse Booster  šRichard Leigh has filled us in Club on May 19. The event will on a personal success. He was the feature Different Every Time and cW_d\eYkie\FWdj[hW½ibWijl_Z[e" the Michael Vadala Trio. “Piss.” In fact, he introduces the  šEd CWo (&" MWj[h Ij$ ^eiji video! Check it out @ www.you“ROC 4 Kids.” This concert will jkX[$Yec%mWjY^5l3o[L@]kFUJ*& feature Crosspoint Free Meth š7d[mWbXkc"What Have We odist Church, Webster United done, will be the focus of a CD Methodist Church, Blessed Hope release show on May 30 at the 9ecckd_jo9^khY^WdZ@[h[c_W 8k]@Wh"('/Cedhe[7l[dk[$J^[ =WhY_W$  FheY[[Zi m_bb ikffehj album is the latest from Ronnie the Rehema Home Orphanage Lickers new acoustic project, _d A[doW" 7\h_YW" Goodbye Ronnie, where many kids which offers raw bor n with HIV acoustic rock lulreside. labies – a soulful  š7Benefit for brew of hard rock, Ghana will be offolk, blues and fered on May 27. countr y twisted Ndor Eco-Village in a new way. ( _d=^WdW"m^_Y^ www.sonicbids . uses a holistic com/goodbyeronapproach to povnie) erty reduction,    š 7 j j [ d j _ e d will benefit from Drummers - Sign the show. Perup for the House formers include of Guitars Drum M a s a i c Fo u n Playing Contest ZWj_ed" 7kZ_eon May 19. The ?d\ bkn" IkXie_b" event begins at 4 Iah_X[" J$7$E$" f$c$ Wj j^[ >E=" Windsor Folk ,*+J_jki7l[dk[$ Famil y, Evel yn Oxford Train (585-544-3500) 7]hW^ 7Xeh]W^" =hkfeZ[FW]eZ_d^e" 7\h_YWd MWhh_eh" F_cf_d and others. SEND US YOUR INFO  šM[½Z bel[ je ^[bf ][j oekh NEWS information out there…Mail your  šEd CWo '/" Oxford Train latest to us at our new locawill hold their CD Release Party tion - 1255 University Avenue, Wj Bel_d½ 9kf" )&& FWha Fe_dj Suite 270, Rochester NY 14607; Drive. The four-piece original or email freetime@frontiernet. band blends elements of pop, net @ Water St. Music Hall, 204 N. Goodman St. (585-325-5600)

Our Fall Foliage Cruises in the Lower Genesee River Gorge begin in early October. Those who have taken it say our “FLOOD LIGHT CRUISE” 6-8pm is one of the best!

Whatever your needs-we have a “Belle Cruise” for you! Patron comment:

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CONCERTS Artpark

450 South Fourth Street, Lewiston, NY; 716754-4375 / 888-223-6000 www.artpark.net MAINSTAGE THEATER: June 12 — Sting; June 17 — Dream Theater; July 8 — The Four Freshmen; July 15 — Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; July 16 — Andrew Bird; July 22 — “Let’s Hang On” Frankie Valli Tribute; July 29 — Toronto All Star Big Band; TUESDAY IN THE PARK, 6:30 pm: June 19 — Kansas; June 26 — Foreigner; July 3 — Huey Lewis & The News; July 10 — Sublime with Rome; July 17 — TBA; July 24 — Heart; July 31 — Steve Miller Band; August 7 — TBA; August 14 — Sheryl Crow; August 21 — Roger Hodgson: Voice of Supertramp; August 28 — The Machine performs Pink Floyd; September 4 — The Charlie Daniels Band

Blue Cross Arena

One War Memorial Square; 800-745-3000 www.bluecrossarena.com July 17 — Van Halen with Ky-mani Marley; August 15 — American Idol Live!

Brewery Ommegang

656 County Highway 33, Cooperstown, NY; 888-512-SHOW www.dansmallspresents.com June 15 — Cake; July 21 — Death Cab For Cutie; July 27 — Lyle Lovett; July 28 — Wilco with the Lee Ranaldo Band; September 22 — Darius Rucker

Chautauqua Institution

Route 394, Chautauqua, NY; 800-836-ARTS www.ciweb.org June 23 — Under the Streetlamp; June 29 — “Celebrate the 60s” with The Righteous Brothers’ Bill Medley and Gary Puckett and The Union Gap; July 6 — Diana Krall; July 13 — Scotty McCreery; July 20 — ’NPR’s From The Top with host Christopher O’Riley’ Live Taping; July 27 — Peter Yarrow & Noel Paul Stookey: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Peter, Paul and Mary; August 3 — The Temptations & The Four Tops; August 10 — k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang; August 17 — An Evening with Vince Gill; August 23 — The Lettermen; August 24 — Straight No Chaser; August 25 — Roger Hodgson: The Legendary Voice of Supertramp

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Auditorium Theatre

885 East Main Street; 800-745-3000 www. rbtl.org / www.dempro.us June 28 — Charlie Murphy’s Acid Trip Tour with Faizon Love / Freez Luv

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Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

Route 77, Darien Center; 800-745-3000 www.livenation.com June 8 — Drake with J. Cole, Waka Flocka Flame, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, French Montana; June 29 — The Beach Boys 50th Anniversary Tour; June 30 — Rascal Flatts with Little Big Town, Edens Edge & more; July 3 — Dave Matthews Band with Brandi Carlile; July 16 — Iron Maiden with Alice Cooper; July 17 — Vans Warped Tour: Taking Back Sunday, All Time Low, New Found GLory, Streetlight Manifesto & more; July 22 — Santana & The Allman Brothers Band; July 25 — Nickelback with Bush and My Darkest Days; July 29 — Toby

Lincoln Hill Road, Canandaigua; 800-7453000 www.CMACevents.com June 1 — Steve Winwood with Michael Franti & Spearhead; June 3 — Lady Antebellum with Darius Rucker and Thompson Square; June 12 — An Evening with Crosby, Stills & Nash; June 13 — An Evening with Yanni; June 26 — Sarah McLachlan with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra; June 29 — Tim McGraw with Dierks Bentley & Kip Moore; July 1 — Demi Lovato with Hot Chelle Rae; July 6 — Further featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir; July 7 — Barenaked Ladies with Blues Traveler, Big Head Todd and The Monsters & Cracker; July 14 — Summer e band rm together as on Dance Party with The B52s d Boz Scaggs perfo AC, August 11. an ld na Do Mc l ae and Squeeze; July 19 — Jim er” come to CM Donald Fagen, Mich Dukes of Septemb Gaffigan; July 21 — Meat Loaf; this summer. “The August 2 — Snoop Dogg with Keith with Brantley Yelawolf; August 11 — The Gilbert; August 1 — Slipknot & Slayer with Motorhead, Dukes of September Rhythm Anthrax; August 9 — Big Time Rush with Cody Simpson; Revue: Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald, Boz Scaggs; August 11 — Brad Paisley with The Band Perry and August 15 — Journey with Pat Benatar featuring Neil Scotty McCreery; August 17 — Def Leppard and Poison Giraldo & Loverboy; August 18 — Eric Church with Robert with Lita Ford; August 25 — Jason Aldean with Luke Earl Keen; August 24 — Train with Mat Kearney & Andy Bryan; September 15 — Kiss and Motley Crue Grammer; August 29 — Kelly Clarkson and The Fray with Carolina Liar; September 2 — The Fresh Beat Band

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The Molson Amphitheatre

909 Lakeshore Boulevard West, Toronto, Canada; 416-260-5600 www. livenation.com May 29 & 31 — One Direction; The h wit rnsby is on the road June 2 — Dave Matthews Band; . musician Bruce Ho 14 re e Jun gen ltirk, Pa mu n the era Vet June 16 — Lady Antebellum with mer, playing Party in Noisemakers this sum Darius Rucker, Thompson Square; June 19 — The Beach Boys 50th Anniversary Tour; June 22 — Sarah McLachlan with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra; July 2 — Scorpions; July 3 Finger Lakes Casino & -- Demi Lovato with Hot Chelle Rae; July 4 — LMFAO with Far East Movement, Quest Crew, Sidney Sampson, Eva Racetrack Simons & more; July 11 — Nickelback with My Darkest Route 96, Farmington; 585-924-3232 www. Days, I Mother Earth; July 12 — Jason Aldean with Luke fingerlakescasino.com Bryan; July 13 — Iron Maiden with Alice Cooper; July Wednesday Concerts, 7 pm: June 27 — Eddie Money; 14 — Santana; July 15 -- Vans Warped Tour; July 29 July 18 — Little River Band; August 1 — Rick Springfield — Wiz Khalifa & Mac Miller; August 2 — Florence and The Machine, The Walkmen; August 4 — The Black Keys Frontier Field with The Shins; August 12 -- The Dukes of September: One Morrie Silver Way & Plymouth Avenue; Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald, Boz Scaggs; August www.98PXY.com 18 -- Blue Rodeo; August 28 — Kelly Clarkson & The June 12 — 98PXY Summer Jam with Gym Class HeFray with Carolina Liar; August 30 — Roxette, Glass Tiger; roes, Carly Rae Jepsen, Karmin, Wallpaper, Dev, Chiddy September 8 — Big Time Rush with Cody Simpson; SepBang, Neon Hitch, Breathe Carolina tember 9 — Jason Mraz with Christina Perri; September 13 — Kiss & Motley Crue

Glenora Wine Cellars Vineyard Stage

Route 14, Dundee; 800-243-5511 www. glenora.com July 15 — The Sax Pack; August 19 — Richard Elliot

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Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, NY; 800-745-3000 www. livenation.com June 1 — Zac Brown Band; June 8 & 9 — Dave Matthews Band; June 12 — Yanni; June 14 — Drake with J. Cole, Waka Flocka Flame, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, French Montana; June 23 — The Beach Boys 50th Anniversary Tour; June 26 — Demi

"Party in the Park”

Riverside Festival Site, Court Street and Exchange Boulevard; Call 311 (outside city limits, 585-428-5990) www.cityofrochester. gov Thursdays, 5-10 pm: June 7 — Molly Hatchet; June Highland Park Bowl 14 — Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers with Van 1200 South Avenue; 888-512-SHOW www. Ghost; June 21 - Rusted Root with Balkan Beat Box and rochesterevents.com Lauren Mann & The Fairly Odd Folk; June 28 — Get the August 3 — Wilco with the Lee Ranaldo Band Led Out - The American Led Zeppelin; July 5 — Tower of Power; July 12 — Young the Giant; July 19 — The Grass Lyle Lovett br “Jam at the Ridge” Concert Roots with The Dunwells; July 26 — Chuck Prophet & ings his uniq ue the Brewer y The Mission Express; August 2 — 7 Walkers featuring Ommegang Su style of Americana to Series mm Bill Kreutzmann & Papa Mali; August 9 — George Ju ly 27 in Coop er Concert Series, Frost Ridge Campground, 8101 Conlon Road, erstown. Thorogood and The Destroyers with Tom Hambridge LeRoy; 585-768-4883 www.frostridge.com June 9 — Aaron Tippin; July 14 — Little River Band; Lovato with July 17 — Restless Heart; July 18 — Nitty Gritty RPO Hot Chelle Rae; June 29 — Brad Paisley with The Band Perry, Scotty McCreery; July 6-8 — Phish; July “Summer 24 — Nickelback with Bush, My Darkest Days; July 27 — Serenades” Santana & The Allman Brothers Band; July 28 — O.A.R. with Rebelution; July 31 — Slipknot, Slayer, Motorhead, & More 585-454-2100 Anthrax, As I Lay Dying, The Devil Wears Prada & Asking www.rpo.org Alexandra; August 14 — Big Time Rush with Cody RPO AT CMAC: Simpson; August 19 — Toby Keith with Branley Gilbert, June 30 — Thomas Rhett; August 20 — Def Leppard and Poison “Patriotic Pops with Lita Ford; August 21 — Chicago and The Doobie - with Fireworks” Brothers; September 2 — Jason Mraz with Christina featuring Jeffrey Perri; September 3 — The Fresh Beat Band; September Biegel, piano; Jeff 16 — Florence & The Machine with The Maccabees Midkiff, mandolin; July 28 — “Music Summer Stage at Tag’s of Queen: A Rock Route 352, Big Flats, between Elmira and and Symphonic Corning; 800-650-TAGS www.tagstickets. Spectacular” com featuring performJune 17 — Luke Bryan, Justin Moore and Lee Brice; o ers from London’s June 24 — Orange County Choppers Live Road Show; summer when alt-rockers, Wilc this l Bow Park land High at s West End Enjoy music under the star July 6 — Styx, REO Speedwagon, Ted Nugent; July 27 — take the stage, August 3. SUMMER IN Joe Cocker & Huey Lewis and the News

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Brighton’s “Sunset Serenades”

Churchville Gazebo Concerts

Main Street at the Genesee River; Call 311 (outside city limits, 585-428-5990) www. cityofrochester.gov Wednesday Concerts, noon-1 pm, July 11-August 8 *Artists TBA

Buckland Park Pavilion, 1341 Westfall Road, Brighton; 585-784-5260 www. townofbrighton.org Tuesday Concerts, 6:30-8 pm: July 10 — Brighton Symphony Orchestra; July 17 — Brockport Community Big Band; July 24 — The Boomerang Club; July 31 — Mike Melito Jazz Group; August 7 — Paulsen, Baker & Garvey; August 14 — Ann Mitchell

Enjoy the music 23 East Buffalo and scener y durin g a “Moonlight St Sonnenberg Gard Street, Churchville; roll” at ens & Mansion. 585-293-3880 x130 www.townofriga.org Wednesday Concerts, 6:30-8 pm: June 27 — Don Newcomb Band; July 11 — Carol and The Impalas; July “Garden Vibes” at George 18 — CoMoTioN; July 25 — Fiddlers of the Genesee; Eastman House August 1 — Blue Sky; August 8 — Just 4 Fun 900 East Avenue; 585-271-3361 www. eastmanhouse.org The Commons in Canandaigua Thursday Concerts, 6-8 pm: July 12 — Matuto; July Main Street, Canandaigua; 585-396-0300 26 — Herb Gross & The Invictas; August 9 — Hypnotic www.downtowncanandaigua.com Clambake; August 23 — Brave Combo Friday Concerts, 6:30-8 pm: July 20 — Mark Arnold Band; July 27 — Mobile Music Teachers and Students; Gates Community Center August 3 — Almost Irish Band; August 10 — TBA; August 1605 Buffalo Road; 585-247-6100 x234 17 — Paulsen, Baker and Garvey; August 24 — Cross www.gatesrecparks.org Eyed Cat; August 31 — Chuck Morey with The Alumni Sunday Concerts, 6:30 pm: July 15 — Music Makers; Band (This concert at Kershaw Park Gazebo, Lakeshore July 22 — Steel Alchemy Community Steelband; July Drive) 29 — Johnny Matt Band; August 5 — CoMoTioN; August 12 — Greece Jazz Band; August 19 — Blue Sky

East Rochester Summer Music Festival

Village Municipal Lot, 120 West Commercial Street, East Rochester; 585-586-3553 www. eastrochester.org Concerts, 7 pm unless otherwise noted: May 29 — Greece Community Orchestra; June 4 — East Rochester High School Jazz Band (This concert at Edmond Lyon Park, 800 Main Street at 5:30 pm); June 20 — Wild Horses; June 27 — It’s My Party; July 11 — Jive Street Five; August 1 — Reporter; August 15 — Mr. Mustard; August 29 — Smokehouse (Location TBD)

Geneva’s Lakefront Park

Routes 5 & 20, Geneva; 315-789-5005 www.geneva.ny.us Wednesday Concerts, 6:30 pm: July 11 — Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra; July 18 — Nostalgic Reunion; July 25 — Andy Stobie and the Finger Lakes Jazz Band; August 1 — Steve Venuti with the Eddie DeWitt Band; August 8 — Music Makers Big Band; August 15 — It’s My Party; August 22 — Larry Stamatell, Steve Palumbo and Geneva Jazz *Rain Site: Geneva Recreation Complex, South Exchange Street

Fairport Gazebo Concerts

Ontario is the backdrop Sodus Bay Lighthouse on Lake 4th in Sodus Point. for summer music beginning July

Brockport’s "Summer Serenades"

Welcome Center on the Erie Canal, Brockport; www.brockportny.org Thursday Concerts, 7 pm, July 5-August 30 *Artists TBA

Chili Concerts in the Park

Davis Park, Chestnut Ridge Entrance; www. townofchili.org Thursday Concerts, 6:30-8 pm: July 12 — Dog

Kennelley Park, Main Street, Fairport; 585425-1170 www.perinton. org Thursday Concerts, 7 pm: June 7 — Perinton Concert Band; June 14 — Genesee Valley Orchestra & Chorus; June 21 — Bright Lights and Country Music; June 28 — New Horizons; July 5 — Army Band; July 12 — 8 Days A Week; July 19 — Bristol Mountain Bluegrass; July 26 — Fat City; August 2 — Tommy T and the Gliders; August 9 — Fairport Fire Department Band

Canalside concerts

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FREETIME’S SUMMER GUIDE May 16 - May 30, 2012 Body; June 14 — Walri; June 21 — Mambo Kings; June 28 — The Dady Brothers; July 12 — Fred Vine & Brian Williams; July 19 — String Theory; July 26 — Kristen Shiner McGuire; August 2 — Gabe Condon; August 9 — Mikaela Davis; August 16 — Po’ Boys Brass Band

Inspire Moore Winery Summer Music Series

197 North Main Street, Naples; 585-374-5970 Concerts, 7-10 pm unless otherwise noted: May 18 — Bobby Henrie & The Goners; June 1 — The Beat Beggars; rock when the the and funk the in bring to s Evan Dobbins help June 15 — Out of the Blues; Falls” High at in hste “Hoc the at rms Po’ Boys Brass Band perfo July 6 — Li’l Anne & Hot 16. st Augu s, Summer Concert Serie Cayenne; July 7 — Anniversary Celebration with music by Mitty Greece Town Hall Lawn & The Followers, John Bolger Band and The Prickers One Vince Tofany Boulevard; 585-234-5636 (11:30am-10pm); August 3 — Giant Panda Guerilla www.greeceperformingarts.org Dub Squad; August 17 — Falls Road; September 7 — Sunday Concerts, 2 pm: May 27 — Greece Concert Mosaic Foundation; September 21 — Stick Boom Papa; Band; July 8 — Greece Symphony Orchestra; August September 29 — The Prickers 5 — Greece Choral Society; August 26 — Greece Jazz Band

Hamlin Beach State Park

Irondequoit Town Hall Campus

1280 Titus Avenue; 585-336-6070 www. irondequoit.org CONCERTS AT THE MARKET, Thursdays, 6 pm: May 31 — FOG; June 7 — Dancing with Denise; June 21 — Comedy and Juggling with Jeff Peden; June 28 — Traveling Cabaret; July 12 — Brass Magic; July 19 — Julie Dunlap; July 26 — Irondequoit Concert Band; August 2 — Between the Lines; August 9 — Nostalgic Reunion; August 16 — Nate & Kate; August 23 — Park Avenue Boys; August 30 — Doubletake Blues Band SUMMER SERIES, Sundays, 2:30 pm unless

Area 3, Lake Ontario Parkway, Hamlin; 585964-2462 SATURDAY CONCERTS, 6-10 pm: June 16 — Stone Face Band; June 23 — Ghostriders; June 30 — Double Cross; July 7 — Friends; July 14 — Coupe de Villes; July 21 — Flint Creek Band; July 28 — Trilogy; August 4 — Blue Sky Band; August 11 — Wooden Nickel; August 18 — City Fiddle; August 25 — Double Cross Band; September 1 — Kaleidoscope THURSDAY CONCERTS, 7-9 pm: June 28 — Batavia Swing Band; July 12 — Nostalgic Reunion; July 19 — Barroom Buzzards; July 26 — Don Newcomb Band; August 2 — Buffalo Boomers; August 9 — Kelly’s Old Timers; August 23 — Stiletto; August 30 — Flint Hill Folk

“Hochstein at High Falls”

Granite Mills Park, Platt Street/Brown’s Race; facebook/HochsteinHighFalls Thursday Concerts, 12:15 pm: June 7 — Thunder

ge Eastman House!

On Conesus Lake, Routes 20A & 15, Lakeville; www.livoniany.org Sunday Concerts, 6-8 pm: June 17 — Stick Boom Papa; June 24 — King Domino; July 1 — Big Leg Emma; July 8 — Paulsen Baker & Garvey; July 15 — The Dady Brothers; July 22 — Bob’s Brother’s Band; July 29 — Sim Redmond Band; August 5 — Blue Jimmy; August 12 — Steve Grills and the Roadmasters; August 19 — Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Band; August 26 — Driftwood

Oak Orchard Summer Concerts

Orleans County Marine Park, Point Breeze Road (Route 98), Kent; www.oakoarchard. org Tuesday Concerts, 6-9 pm unless otherwise noted: July 3 — Judd Sunshine; July 10 — Backbeat 64 (6:309:30 pm); July 17 — Mark Winsick; July 24 — Julie Dunlap and High Maintenance; July 31 — Ghost Riders; August 7 — Blind Leading the Blind; August 14 — Inside Out

Ontario Beach Park "Concerts by the Shore" Lake and Beach Avenues; 585-865-3320 Wednesday Concerts, 7-9 pm unless otherwise noted: June 6 — The Gateswingers & Hotflash

Thursday evenings in Downtown Fairport mean Concer ts at the Gazebo, June 7-August 9.

otherwise noted: June 19 (Tuesday) — Irondequoit Concert Band (7:15 pm); June 24 — Jack Allen’s Big Band; July 8 — Irondequoit Concert Band; July 15 — Jimmie Highsmith Trio; July 22 — Gateswingers; July 29 — Trinidad & Tobago; August 5 — Johnny Matt Band; August 12 — Traveling Cabaret; August 19 — Music Makers

Party at “Garden Vibes” concerts at Geor

Lakeville’s Vitale Park

Dancers; June 13 — The Orient Express; June 20 — The Invictas; June 27 — Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra (7:30 pm); July 4 — Pittsford Firemen’s Band (1 pm) Excelsior Brigade Fife & Drum Corps (3:30 pm) The Coupe De Villes (7-9 pm); July 11 — Brass Taxi; July 18 — The Dady Brothers with Charles Young School of Irish Dance; July 25 — Atlas; August 1 — Greece Choral Society & Greece Jazz Band; August 8 — Allegro; August 15 — The Krazy Firemen; August 22 — Julie Dunlap; August 29 — Ruby Shooz

Palmyra’s "Sundays in the Park" Village Bandstand, Main Street, Palmyra; 315-597-4849 www.palmyrany.com Sunday Concerts, 2-4:30 pm: July 8 — Inside Out; July 22 — Todd East; August 5 — Ann Mitchell Jazz; August 19 — No Drama Mamas

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Park Point Concert Series

Park Point Courtyard, Jefferson Road & John Street, Henrietta; www.parkpointrochester. com Friday Concerts, 6 pm: June 15 — Sean Patrick McGraw with Paul Cummings, Goodness; July 27 — The Sound Remains the Same with Springer, Catch 22; August 17 — 50/50 with Brass Taxi, Polluted Moon; September 14 — The Skycoasters with Teagan and The Tweeds, Special Guests TBA

Penfield Amphitheater

3100 Atlantic Avenue, Penfield; 585-3408663 www.penfield.org June 1 — Penfield High School Jazz (6 pm); June 2 — Penfield School District Music Departments (11am3pm); June 2 — Penfield Symphony Orchestra Pops Concert (4 pm); June 11 & July 16 — Penfield Pops Band (7 pm) COOL JAZZ TUESDAYS, 7 pm: July 10 — Gap Mangione and His New Blues Band; July 17 — Rod Blumenau; July 24 — Mark Cassara; July 31 — The White Hots KIDS FEST THURSDAYS, 7 pm: July 12 — The Dinner Dogs; July 19 — Bart and Kevin; July 26 — The Dady Brothers; August 2 — Mike Kornrich Band SATURDAYS ON STAGE, 7 pm: July 21 — Coupe de Villes; August 4 — Gap Mangione and His Big Band

Perinton’s “Center Stage at Center Park”

Ayrault Road, east of Turk Hill Road, Fairport; 585-223-5050 www.perinton.org Sunday Concerts, 6-8 pm: July 1 — Ruby Shooz; July 8 — The Bowties / Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra; July 15 — Bill Tiberio and Friends / Bill Welch Band; July 22 — 78 RPM; July 29 — Nik and the Nice Guys; August 5 — Northside Johnny; August 12 — Paulsen Baker & Garvey with Al Keltz and Carol Mulligan; August 19 — Ghost Riders; August 26 Elvis Lives! / Cindy Miller; September 9 — “A Salute to America” featuring the Perinton Concert Band and the Fairport Fire Department Band

Port of Pittsford Park

22 North Main Street, Pittsford; www. townofpittsford.org Friday Concerts, 7 pm unless otherwise noted: June 8 — Port of Pittsford Rededication and Concert featuring the Gap Mangione Big Band; June 15 — Mambo Kings; June 22 — JB & Company; June 29 — Rochester Rat Pack; July 13 — Up2Somethin; July 20 — Greece Jazz Band; July 27 — The Swooners; August 3 — John Cole Blues Band (6:30 pm); August 10 — Pittsford Firemen’s Band (6:30 pm)

Seneca Park Zoo "ZooBrews"

2222 St. Paul Street; 585-336-7200 www. senecaparkzoo.org Friday Happy Hours with Live Music, 5:30-9 pm (21 and older only): May 25 — Steve Grills and the Roadmasters; June 22 — Bill Schmitt and the Bluesmasters; July 20 — No Boundaries; August 10 — CoMoTioN; September 7 — Last Minute Blues Band

Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum

North Ontario Street, Sodus Point; 315-483-4936 www. sodusbaylighthouse.org Sunday Concerts, 2 pm unless otherwise noted: July 4 (Wednesday) — Gap Mangione Big Band; July 8 — Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra; July 15 —

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Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion “Moonlight Strolls”

151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua; 585394-4922 www.sonnenberg.org Friday Concerts, 8-10 pm: July 6 — 198th Army Division Band; July 13 — Tullamore Celtic Band & Young School of Irish Dance; July 20 — Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra; July 27 — Music Makers Big Band; August 10 — Bat McGrath

Spencerport’s “Music on the Canal”

Downtown Spencerport; 585-352-4771 www.vil.spencerport.ny.us Sunday Concerts, 6:30-8:30 pm: June 3 — Music Makers Big Band; June 17 — Nostalgic Reunion; June 24 — Pete Provenzano-Peter O’Feely; July 1 — CoMoTioN; July 8 — 78 RPM; July 15 — Gateswingers Big Band; July 22 — Johnny Bauer & Great Escape; August 5 — Bob Ames & Company; August 12 — Boone’s Farm; August 19 — Floyd Hughes and All That Jazz; August 26 — Patrick Hotchkiss & Johnny Matt Band

U of R Summer Carillon Concerts

Eastman Quadrangle, U of R River Campus; www.rochester.edu/aboutus/carillon Mondays, 7 pm with featured carillonneurs: July 9 — Trevor Workman, Great Britain; July 16 — Janet Tebbel, USA; July 23 — Groningen Duo, Netherlands; July 30 — Koen Cosaert, Belgium

Victor’s Sid Partington Memorial Concert Series Mead Square Park, 39 West Main Street, Victor; 585-742-0140 www.victorny.org Thursday Concerts, 7-9 pm: June 14 — Victor Community Band & Chorus; June 21 — Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra; June 28 — Patrick Johnson as "Elvis"; July 5 — Ghost Riders; July 12 — Blue Sky; July 19 — Double Shot

Webster United Church of Christ 570 Klem Road, Webster; 585-671-3757 www.uccwebster.org Caring Community Concerts, Wednesdays, 6:30 pm: July 11 — Gateswingers Big Band; July 18 — Main Street East; July 25 — Half Ton Horns; August 1 — Ruby Shooz; August 8 — The Dady Brothers; August 15 — Nik Lite

Webster’s Memorial Gazebo Park

North Avenue, Webster; www.websterbid. com Friday Concerts, 7-9 pm: June 15 — Wingin’ It; June 22 — Marty Roberts; June 29 — Lester Funk; July 6 — Mark Cassara Band; July 20 — Rochester Brass & Electric; July 27 — Jack Allen Big Band; August 3 — Johnny B and the MVPs; August 10 — Moondance; August 17 — Eggman's Traveling Carnival

June 22-30, 2012 Headline Shows @ Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, 60 Gibbs Street June 22 — Diana Krall; June 23 — Esperanza Spalding; June 25 — ESM-XRIJF Jazz Scholarships Concert with Clay Jenkins and The Eastman Jazz Ensemble; June 26 — Zappa Plays Zappa; June 27 — Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers; June 28 — Daryl Hall “Live From Daryl’s House” with Keb’ Mo’; June 29 — Norah Jones Club Pass Series Venues s Abilene Bar & Lounge, 153 Liberty Pole Way — Roots & Americana Stage sChrist Church, 141 East Avenue — “Made in the UK” Series sHarro East Ballroom, 155 North Chestnut Street sHatch Recital Hall, ESM, 433 East Main Street sKilbourn Hall, 26 Gibbs Street sMax of Eastman Place, Gibbs Street sMontage, 50 Chestnut Plaza sReformation Lutheran Church, 111 North Chestnut Street — “Nordic Jazz Now!" sThe Rochester Club, 120 East Avenue — “Viva Italia!” sState Street Bar & Grill, Rochester Plaza, 70 State Street sVerizon Wireless Festival Big Tent, Main Street and Gibbs Street sXerox Auditorium at Xerox Plaza, 100 South Clinton Avenue Free Concerts! sCity of Rochester Jazz Street Stage, Gibbs Street at East Avenue: June 22-30 — Rochester Area High School Jazz Bands, Eastman School and Eastman Community Music School Groups perform @ 4:30, 5:15 & 6 pm unless otherwise noted; Headline Shows at 7:15 & 9:15 pm unless otherwise noted: June 22 — John LaBarbera Big Band; June 23 — L’Orkestre Des Pas Perdus; June 24 — Jazz FM Big Band; June 25 — Calle Uno; June 26 — New Horizons Big Band (7:15 pm) / Music Educators Big Band (9:15 pm); June 27 — Fred Costello; June 28 — Bat McGrath (6 pm) / Soul Stew (7:15 & 9:15 pm); June 29 — Dwayne Dopsie & The Zydeco Hellraisers; June 30 — Big James & The Chicago Playboys sCity of Rochester East Avenue and Chestnut Street Stage: June 23 — Danielia Cotton (7 pm) / Outlaws (9 pm); June 29 — Po’ Boys Brass Band (7 pm) / Jimmie Vaughan & The Tilt-A-Whirl Band featuring Lou Ann Barton (9 pm); June 30 — Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars (7 pm) / Gov’t Mule (9 pm) sCity of Rochester East Avenue and Alexander Street Stage: June 30 — Thunder Body (7 pm) / Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue (9 pm) sRG&E Fusion Stage, East Avenue and Chestnut Street, Shows 7 & 9 pm: June 22 — Uptown Groove; June 24 — Bill Tiberio Band; June 25 — Teagan & The Tweeds; June 26 — Tussey Mountain Moonshiners; June 27 — Russell Scarbrough Soul Jazz Big Band; June 28 — Barrel House Blues Band * See www.rochesterjazz.com for full schedule.

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food, fireworks and more; 10am-10pm; 1658 Lake Road, Hamlin; 585-964-2421 www.hamlinny.org June 2 — SQUARE FAIR, 19th Ward Community June 1, July 13 & August 10 — DFC EAST END Association celebration at Aberdeen Square Park FESTIVALS, Fun-filled nights in the city’s East End featuring a parade and pancake breakfast, vendors, entertainment district featuring a variety of live music live entertainment, and a variety of food from local on several stages, food, vendors, the "Taste of The restaurants; Aberdeen Street, between Post and East End" VIP experience and more; 5 pm; East AvWoodbine Streets; 585-328-6571 www.19WCA.org enue, Chestnut and Gibbs Streets, Downtown; www. June 2-3 — DESIGN ZONE OPENING WEEKEND eastendmusicfestival.com CELEBRATION, A weekend of performance art and June 1-2 — SULPHUR SPRINGS FESTIVAL, Live fun family challenges celebrate the opening of the music and food vendors on Friday beginning at 6 pm; new summer exhibit that explores how video game Crafts, entertainment, kids tent, pony rides, pie-eating developers, music producers, roller coaster designers contest, Sulphur Springs Car Show and evening paand others use math and science to do amazing rade on Saturday; 10 am; Downtown Clifton Springs; things; 11am-4pm Saturday; noon-4pm Sunday; Nawww.sulphurspringsfestival.com tional Museum of Play at The Strong, One Manhattan June 1-3 — FAIRPORT CANAL DAYS, Friday Square; 585-263-2700 www.museumofplay.org night kick-off Chicken BBQ with live music featuring June 6-9 — SPENCERPORT CARNIVAL, Rides, Bill Tiberio and the Eastman Educators Big Band; food, and games, with a Youth Parade at 7 pm on Saturday and Sunday to feature over 200 artisans, Wednesday, Firemen’s Parade at 7 pm Thursday, performances by local and regional bands, kids’ live music featuring a 7th Heaven reunion show at activities, food vendors, canal boat cruises and 8 pm on Friday, a Family Fun Day from noon-close more; 10am-6 pm Saturday; 10am-5pm Sunday; on Saturday, and evening concert by Tainted Minds; Downtown Fairport; www.fairportcanaldays.com Downtown Spencerport; www.spencerportfire.org June 7-10 — CLARKSON PCRA RODEO, Team June 2 — ZOOBILATION 2012, Take an "African sorting Thursday at 7 pm; Rodeo performjourney" as the Seneca Park Zoo’s ances Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm and Sunday at 2 pm, plus Saturday afternoon Chicken BBQ with live music, pony rides, face painting, petting zoo, vendors and more; Hafner Park, Clarkson; 716-5256011 Facebook/Cross Over the Line Rodeo June 8-10 — FINGER LAKES PLEIN AIR COMPETITION & FESTIVAL, Artists work in various painting media on location, painting scenes in and around Canandaigua throughout the weekend; Saturday to feature family events, live music, art exhibits and educational programs, and a chalk art competition on the sidewalks of Downtown Canandaigua; 10am-6pm Friday-Saturday; 10am-5pm Sunday; www.canandaiguaarts.com June 8-10 — NEWARKFEST, Arts and crafts, food vendors, 5K run, Firemen’s seum to Parade and live entertainment including esee Country Village & Mu Re-enactors take over Gen the "Downtown Hoedown" and an OldWar of 1812, the of l nnia nte bice the commemorate ies Party with It’s My Party and featuring 24. & 23 e Jun Herb Gross & The Invictas; Village of Newark; www.newarkfest.com 21-and-over gala June 9 — 5TH ROCHESTER BIENNIAL OPENING fundraiser moves to the new A Step Into Africa exhibit PARTY, Celebrate the art of upstate New York when area, where guests can visit with the Zoo’s new the Memorial Art Gallery opens the 5th Rochester African lions while enjoying gourmet food, drink, live Biennial exhibition with a summer party focusing on entertainment, silent and live auctions and more; Americana, with music by Edna’s Kin and Krypton 5:45 pm; 2222 St. Paul Street; 585-336-7200 www. 88, the comedy of Sky Sands, cocktails, snacks and senecaparkzoo.org desserts; 8-11pm; 500 University Avenue; 585-276June 2 — KEVA PLANKS, Visitors to the Rochester 8939 mag.rochester.edu Museum & Science Center this summer are invited June 9 — OUTDOOR EXPO, Outdoor recreato construct wooden masterpieces of all shapes and tion workshops, demonstrations and vendors, with sizes with KEVA Planks, a building exhibit experience refreshments available and live music provided by the opening June 2 tand continuing through September Golden Link Folk Singing Society; 9am-4pm; Beach 3; The exhibit is part of the RMSC centennial celebraArea at Mendon Ponds Park; www.adk-gvc.org/expo tion; 657 East Avenue; www.rmsc.org June 9 — POSITIVELY PITTSFORD, Rides, games, June 2 — HAMLIN WHEEL FEST, Music and enfamily activities, festival-style treats and continuous tertainment, crafts, cruise in, games and inflatables, music featuring headlining band, Orient Express; fitness demonstrations, chariot races, silent auction,

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May 16 - May 30, 2012 FREETIME’S SUMMER GUIDE noon-9pm; State Street Municipal Parking Lots, Downtown Pittsford; www.townofpittsford.org June 9-10 — KEUKA ARTS FESTIVAL, Fine art and craft show held at the Penn Yan Boat Launch Park along the Keuka Lake Outlet Trail, featuring over 100 artists and artisans, food from area restaurants, a wine court offering a selection of Finger Lakes wines, and live blues, bluegrass and acoustic entertainment; 10am-5pm; www.keukaartsfestival.com June 11 — ROSES & ROSÉS, Elegant wine and food pairing event at Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion, showcasing over 25 wineries and restaurants of the Finger Lakes region, kicking off Rose Week (June 11-18) at Sonnenberg; 6-8 pm; 151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua; 585-394-4922 www.sonnenberg.org

entertainment, pie eating and frog jumping contests and more; Village of Honeoye Falls; www.festivalonthegreen.us June 16 — JAZZ FOR FOOD, An evening of jazz to benefit Foodlink, Lifespan, and South West Area Neighborhood Association, featuring Cabo Frio with special guests at the German House, with cash bar and silent auction; 6 pm; 315 Gregory Street; www. jazzforfood.com June 16 — FAMILY FARM DAYS IN THE PARK, Educational event that focuses on local agricultural products and their importance, with games, farm animals, a petting zoo, tractors, gardening and forestry exhibits, a concert and food vendors; noon-6pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth State Park; 585-493-3600 www.nysparks.com June 16 — RED CROSS FESTIVAL, Celebration of our hometown heroes, with awards, live music by Herb Gross & The Invictas and Nik and the Nice Guys, samplings from local establishments and a kids’ area; 1-6 pm; Greater Rochester Chapter of the Red Cross, 50 Prince Street; 585-241-4421 www.rochesterredcross.org/festival.aspx June 16 — ROCHESTER REAL BEER EXPO, South Wedge neighborhood street party featuring over 80 craft beers, boutique wines, locally made cheeses and baked goods, a Cajun BBQ and other fare, and live music; 6-10 pm on Gregory Street from Whalin to Bond Street; Event anchors Rochester Real Beer Week (June 15-23) festivities, which include tastings, food and beer pairings, socials, concerts and craft beer launches; www.RochesterRealBeer.com June 16-August 4 — FINGER LAKES CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL, 10th anniversary series of chamber music concerts featuring musicians from the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, performed at venues throughout the Finger Lakes Region; See www.FingerLakes-Music.org for schedule; 315-536-0383 June 17-19 — VINTAGE BASE BALL OPENING WEEKEND, Genesee Country Village & Museum kicks off its 12th season of old-time base ball, with the ladies playing on Saturday afternoon, and the men’s teams presenting a doubleheader on Sunday; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv. org the when – t cipan parti a or ator spect a Hit the beach – as June 18 — MEDLEY OF TASTES, Smith ns, retur val Festi c Musi & Ontario Beach Sports Center for the Arts fundraiser featuring food July 14 & 15. and wine from Finger Lakes area restaurants and wineries, and live entertainment; 5 pm; June 15 — DOODLE 4 GOOGLE, A new exhibit Scandling Center, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, opens for the summer at the National Museum of Geneva; 315-781-5483 www.thesmith.org Play at The Strong, featuring the 2012 Doodle 4 June 19 — FOOD TRUCK RODEO & Google New York State contest finalists’ art; One BUSKERS ON THE BRICKS, A gathering of Manhattan Square; 585-263-2700 www.museumofRochester mobile food stands offer a variety play.org of foods to enjoy while homegrown talent June 15-17 — MAPLEWOOD ROSE CELEBRAentertains visitors to this new event at the TION, The City’s annual celebration of roses and the Rochester Public Market; 5-9 pm; 280 North Genesee River gorge kicks off Friday evening from Union Street; Call 311 (outside of Rochester, 7-10 pm with the "Party on the Bridge," a city-wide 585-428-5990) www.cityofrochester.gov block party on the Driving Park Bridge featuring June 20-23 — BARNARD CARNIVAL, family activities, food and fireworks; Saturday and Rides, games and food with the Firemen’s Sunday events include arts and crafts, guided river Parade at 7 pm on Wednesday; 380 Maiden gorge tours, rose workshops, entertainment and more Lane, Greece; www.barnardfire.org in and around Maplewood Park and Rose Garden, June 23 — WEBSTER SUMMER CELEBRALake and Driving Park Avenues; Call 311 (outside of TION, Festival foods, games and crafts for the Rochester, 585-428-5990) www.cityofrochester.gov kids, and music by the Brockport Community June 15-17 — FESTIVAL ON THE GREEN, Friday Band, Empire Statesmen and The Skycoastevening kick-off event with food, live music and ers, followed by fireworks; 4-10pm; Webster fireworks at Firemen’s Field; Saturday and Sunday Recreation Center, 1350 Chiyoda Drive, off events at Harry Allen Park, including arts and crafts Phillips Road; www.websterparksandrecreation.org and food vendors, live music, children’s games and June 23 — ROCK AND ROLL INTO SUMMER,

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FREETIME’S SUMMER GUIDE May 16 - May 30, 2012 Musical performances, Wildlife Educators Coalition animal exhibit, food and fireworks; 2pm-9:30pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth State Park; 585-493-3600 www.nysparks.com June 23-24 — WAR OF 1812 BICENTENNIAL and Jane Austen Weekend, The historic village at Genesee Country Village & Museum comes to life as it was in 1812 with re-enactors portraying artisans, shopkeepers, housewives, local militia and American soldiers, with cannon and musket shooting competitions, yard games, Jane Austen-era dancing and more; 10am-5pm; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org June 28, July 26 & August 16 — NIGHT AT THE ZOO EVENTS, Explore the Seneca Park Zoo and enjoy family-friendly entertainment, animal encounters, animal-related games and more; 6-8:30 pm; 2222 St. Paul Street; 585-336-7213 www.senecaparkzoo. org June 30 — GATES SUMMER CELEBRATION, Community booths, family activities and Main Stage entertainment by Flint Creek, Up 2 Somethin’ and Ruby Shooz, followed by fireworks display; 4:30-10:30pm; Gates Chili High School Grounds, One Spartan Way, Gates; 585-247-6100 x234 www.gatesrecparks.org

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Hill Neighborhood; 585-262Saturday; 8am-3pm Sunday; Murray Road, Victor; 3142 www.cornhillartsfestival. www.stuarthorsetrials.org com July 12-21 — NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER July 7-August 19 — STERDANCE FESTIVAL, Highlights include a survey of LING RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL, American dance music featuring the RPO with guest Be transported to an English dancers from the West Coast, and performances Renaissance village over 7 by the Martha Graham Dance Company, Beth Gill, weekends, with entertainment LehrerDance and Luna Negra Dance Theater, plus including nearly 100 stage and "Dancing on the Grass" performances, community street performances, jousting dances, lectures, master classes; Nazareth College matches, pub sings, wench Campus, 4245 East Avenue; www.artscenter.naz. auctons, olde world rides edu/dancefest and games, specialty foods July 13-14 - PERRY CHALK ART FESTIVAL, Weekand special event weekends; end festivities begin Friday evening at 7 pm with a 10am-7pm Saturday-Sunday; War of 1812 Commemoration, and continue Saturday 15385 Farden Road, Sterling, from 8:30am-4pm, with chalk artists creating works between Fair Haven and of outdoor art, live music by Creekbend and Kelly’s Oswego; 800-879-4446 www. Old Timers, crafts, face painting, a farmers market SterlingFestival.com and Perry Public Market, the "Taste of Summer" July 8-16 — ROCHESTER fine dining event and more; Perry Village Park, Lake JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL, JewStreet, Perry; 585-237-5375 www.perrychalkfestival. ish themed films are screened com at the Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House, the July 13-15 — CANANDAIGUA ART & MUSIC FESIt’s time to Party in the Park! on Thursdays, June 7-August 9 at the Little Theatre, and JCC Alfred TIVAL, Over 100 artists and crafters, food vendors, Riverside Festival Site. Alt-rockers Young the Giant take the stage on & Ida Hart Theatre; 585-461live music, Kids Korridor and family stage; noon-7pm July 12. 2000 www. rjff.org July 6-15 — ROCHESTER PRIDE 2012, Events July 10-August 9 — MOVIES and activities expressing LGBT pride, that begin with IN THE PARKS, Free feature films a Flag Raising at City Hall, and lead up to Pride shown at Highland Park Bowl on Weekend, that includes a parade, festival and picnic; Tuesday evenings, and at Ontario 585-244-8640 www.gayalliance.org Beach Park on Thursday evenings; July 6-August 24 — NIGHT MARKETS & BANDS Films begin at dark; 585-753-PARK ON THE BRICKS, Enjoy the unique shopping www.MonroeCounty.gov/parks experience of the Rochester Public Market on Friday July 11-14 — WEBSTER FIREevenings from 5-10 pm, featuring an eclectic mix of MEN’S CARNIVAL, Rides, games vendors, a variety of food choices and live musical and food, with a Kiddie Parade on entertainment; 280 North Union Street; Call 311 Wednesday, Firemen’s Parade on (outside of Rochester, 585-428-5990) www.cityofroThursday, fireworks at midnight on chester.gov Saturday; Webster Firemen’s Field, July 7 — WEBSTER JAZZ FESTIVAL, Multiple Sanford Street, Webster; www. bands and stages with food and refreshments from websterfire.com local establishments; 5-11 pm; Main Street, Webster; July 11-15 — MONROE www.websterbid.com COUNTY FAIR, All-new midway Sample fine wines at the Central New July 7 — LETCHWORTH LUAU, Food, volleyball, York Wine & Jazz Fest, featuring Gillette Shows, delicious Hula dancing and instruction, steel band, beach August 4 in Wolcott. fair foods, contests and exhibits, music and swim time at the Harvey Pool Complex; a menagerie of farm animals, noon-7pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth and entertainment including aerial shows, horse Friday; 10am-5pm State Park; 585-493-3600 www.nysparks.com shows, talent shows, local and regional bands on the Saturday-Sunday; Downtown Canandaigua; 585July 7-8 — CORN HILL ARTS FESTIVAL, Featuring Monster Energy Stage and motorsports in the grand396-0300 www.canandaiguaartfestival.com the work of more than 400 fine artists, as well as the stand; Opening at 4pm Wednesday-Thursday; noon July 13-15 — GENESEO ROTARY SUMMER Emerging Artists’ Expo, four stages of continuous live Friday-Sunday; Monroe County Fairgrounds, 2695 FESTIVAL, Sidewalk sales, craft show, games and music, children’s activities, an array of food choices, East Henrietta Road; 585-334-4000 www.mcfair.com crafts for children, live entertainment, food provided and a beer and wine garden; 10am-6pm Saturday; July 12-15 — BIG RIB by local churches and non-profits, Teddy Bear Parade 10am-5pm Sunday; Corn BAR-B-QUE & BLUES FEST, Sample on Saturday, and evening concert featuring The Skydifferent BBQ flavors prepared by Rib coasters; Village Park, Main Street, Geneseo; www. Masters from across the country, and geneseorotary.com enjoy two stages of live music featurJuly 13-15 — FINGER LAKES WINE FESTIVAL, ing over 30 regional and national Friday night Launch of the Lakes and toga party, with acts including Dark Star OrchesSaturday and Sunday festival showcasing 80 different tra; Highland Park Festival Site; wineries, with cooking demos and culinary classes, 11:30am-10pm Thursday-Saturday; wine seminars, arts and crafts and gourmet food 11:30am-9pm Sunday; Highland vendors, live music, WGI pace car rides and more; Park Festival Site, Highland and 6-9:30 pm Friday; 10am-5pm Saturday-Sunday; South Avenues; www.MyBigRib.com Watkins Glen International Racetrack, County Route July 12-15 — COSEQUIN 16, Watkins Glen; 866-461-7223 www.FLWineFest. STUART HORSE TRIALS, 250-300 com riders and horses from around the July 13-15 — LYONS PEPPERMINT DAYS, world participate in this extreme Community celebration with food and craft booths, athletic triathlon of equestrian historical tours, local bands, two parades, a car show, sports that includes dressage, tractor show, and fireworks; Village Square, Lyons; Show, cross-country and show jumping www.villageoflyons.com the Geneseo Air at t gh fli ke ta s competition; 8am-4pm ThursdayJuly 13-14, 17-21 — HILL CUMORAH PAGEANT, Classic warbird July 14 & 15.

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s'REEK&ESTIVAL -AY *UNE Enjoy homemade Greek foods and specialty treats, along with Greek coffee, wine and beer, plus live traditional music and Greek folk dancing, a Kiddie Village, Greek marketplace, church tours and more; Philanthropy Night is on Friday, this year benefiting EquiCenter; 11am-11pm daily; Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 962 East Avenue; 585-244-3377 www.RochesterGreekFestival.org s%AST2OCHESTER&ESTA)TALIA *UNE  Food, fun, rides and entertainment at Edmund Lyon Park featuring "A Tribute to Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin" with Henry Prego and Joe Scalissi, international recording artist Giada Valenti and more; Music starts at 4 pm; Main Street, East Rochester; www. eastrochester.org s&ESTA)TALIANA *ULY  Thursday evening pig roast, followed by 3 days of continuous musical entertainment, traditional Italian foods and pastries, cultural demonstrations, arts and crafts, kids' activities, games of chance and more; Italian American Community Center, Manitou Road at Frank DiMino Way; 585-594-8882 www.iaccrochester.org s0UERTO2ICAN&ESTIVAL *ULY  Live music featuring headline performances by Our Latin Thing (Fania All Stars Tribute) & Nklabe, Luis Enrique, and Mario Hernandez & Elvis Crespo plus local bands, dance groups, youth performances, children's activities, agency and health fairs, plenty of food and more, with this year's theme "Remembering the Past, Building the Future"; noon-11pm Friday and Saturday; noon-7:30pm Sunday; Frontier Field VIP Lot; www.prfestival.com s-ACEDONIAN%THNIC&ESTIVAL *ULY  Ethnic food dishes and baked goods, large exhibit of artifacts and photos of Macedonian heritage, youth games and games of chance, live Macedonian music and group dancing; 5pm-midnight Friday; noon-1am Saturday; noon-11pm Sunday; St. Dimitria Macedonian Orthodox Church, 235 Telephone Road, West Henrietta; 585-334-6675 www.macedonianfest.com

75th anniversary outdoor theatrical production presented by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, this year to feature historical exhibits and presentations; 9 pm nightly; The Cumorah Hillside, Route 21 between Palmyra and Manchester; 315597-5851 www.hillcumorah.org July 14 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; PERINTON BICENTENNIAL GALA FAMILY CELEBRATION, Horseshoe tournament starting at noon, followed by a family picnic, antique car show, firemenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s waterball competition, mustache contest and hog calling competition, and concert featuring Pan Loco Steel Band; 3-9 pm; Center Park, Ayrault and Turk Hill Roads, Fairport; 585-223-5050 www. perinton.org/events July 14 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; CHOCOLATE FEST, Chocolate sampling plus live music, arts and crafts vendors, food, face painting and wine tastings, held inside and on the grounds of Affaire de Chocolat; noon-7 pm; 1769 Penfield Road, Penfield; 585-389-9111 www.affairdechocolat.com July 14-15 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; OLFACTORY FARM LAVENDER FESTIVAL, Lavender picking and plants for sale, over 50 unique craft artisans, wine tasting, musical entertainment, hay rides, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s area, food and specialty treats including homemade lavender ice cream and more; 9:30am-4:30pm; Olfactory Farm, 12973

Native folk and blues rocker, Keith Secola headlines Ganondaganâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Native American Dance & Music Festival, July 28 & 29. s.ATIVE!MERICAN$ANCE-USIC&ESTIVAL *ULY  Performances by a wide range of Native American traditional dancers, musicians, storytellers and artists, this year featuring Keith Secola, plus workshops, interpreted programs, guided trail walks, Native food vendors and cooking demonstrations, the popular family drum jam and more; 10am-6pm; Ganondagan State Historic Site, 1488 State Route 444, Victor; www.ganondagan.org s3T3TANISLAUS0OLISH!RTS&ESTIVAL !UGUST  Delicious Polish food, live polka music, dancing, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s games, games of chance and more; 6pmmidnight; St. Stanislaus Church Grounds, 1124 Hudson Avenue; 585-467-3068 www.polishartsfest.org s'ERMAN&EST !UGUST  Federation of German-American Societies annual festival featuring authentic homemade German food, German beverages, games, souvenirs, German folk dancing and music featuring Die Lustigen Almdudler Upton Road, Red Creek; www.nylavenderfestival.com July 14-15 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; GENESEO AIR SHOW, "The Greatest Show on Turf" offers six hours of flying performances both days featuring classic warbirds, fighters, bombers, trainers and transports, WWII re-enactors, aerobatic acts and more, with food and merchandise vendors, antique car displays, and a Saturday night USO Hangar Dance; Planes arrive on Friday, July 13; Gates open 6 am; Geneseo Airport; off Route 63, Geneseo; 585-243-2100 www.1941hag.org July 14-15 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT, Hundreds of re-enactors converge on Genesee Country Village & Museum, with two battles daily, one at noon in the historic village, the other, featuring artillery and mounted cavalry, at 2 pm in a nearby field, plus concerts, specialty shopping and vignettes depicting civilian life during the war; 10am-5pm; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org July 14-15 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; ONTARIO BEACH SPORTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL, Events include pickleball, beach volleyball, sand soccer, pole vaulting, bench-press competitions, as well as the U.S. Wrestling Beach Wrestling National Championship; Ontario Beach Park, Lake and Beach Avenues; 585-262-3832 www.monroecountysports. org July 14-15 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; OATKA FESTIVAL, Family activities,

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on Friday and Saturday, and the German-American Musicians from Buffalo on Sunday; 5-11 pm Friday; 3-11 pm Saturday; 12:30-5 pm Sunday; Spencerport Firemenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Field, 75 South Union Street, Spencerport; www.rochestergerman.com s#ARIFEST !UGUST Carnival costume parade kicks off the fest at 11 am on Liberty Pole Way, leading to the Riverside Festival Site where the festival continues with Caribbean music, arts and crafts, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entertainment and activities, Caribbean delicacies and more; 1-10 pm; Court and Exchange Streets; 585-234-0909 www. rwifo.com s3T*OSAPHAT5KRAINIAN&ESTIVAL !UGUST   Ukrainian arts and crafts including embroidery, wood carvings, jewelry and Ukrainian Easter eggs, traditional Ukrainian food, Ukrainian folk dancing, interactive rides by Adventures in Climbing, music for dancing each evening; St. Josaphat Church Grounds, 940 East Ridge Road; 585-266-2255 www. rochesterukrainianfestival.com s'REEK&EST !UGUST  Greek foods and desserts, live music featuring the Aegean Greek Band and Duo, dance performances and instruction, church tours and services, Greek Fest raffle; 11am-10pm Thursday; 11am-11pm Friday-Saturday; 11am-8pm Sunday; Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit, 835 South Avenue; 5852713150 www.highlandgreekfest.com s)NTERNATIONAL3PANISH&ESTIVAL 3EPTEMBER  Cultural festival showcasing the differences and similarities of the twenty Spanish speaking countries plus Brazil with live music and dance at Rochester Public Market; 10am-6pm; 280 North Union Street; 585-325-6650 www.JuanAndMarias.com s2OCHESTER)RISH&ESTIVAL 3EPTEMBER  Traditional music, with this year's lineup including Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones and The Mahones, Irish dance, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Celtic Collegeâ&#x20AC;? seminars, Irish and Celtic vendors, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entertainment and activities; 3-11 pm Friday; noon-11 pm Saturday; noon-6 pm Sunday; Camp Eastman, Lakeshore Boulevard, Irondequoit; www.rochesteririshfestival.com

arts and crafts, music and food, with a parade at 11 am on Saturday, and Duck Derby at 5 pm Sunday; Village of LeRoy; www.oatkafestival.org July 17 & August 14 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; FULL MOON FLASHLIGHT TOURS, Twilight tours of the Stone-Tolan Historic Site return this summer, with lawn games, campfire activities, popcorn and sâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;more kits available; 7-8:30 pm; 2370 East Avenue; 585-546-7029 www.landmarksociety.org July 17-21 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; HEMLOCK "LITTLE WORLDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S" FAIR, All new rides and midway, food and craft vendors, agricultural shows and displays, truck and tractor pulls, demolition derby, grandstand events, Heritage Museum visits and nightly entertainment featuring regional bands; Route 15A, Hemlock; www.HemlockFair.org July 17-21 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; GENESEE COUNTY FAIR, Midway rides, grandstand events, a car show, queen contest, food, entertainment, animals and a parade; 8am-10pm; Genesee County Fairgrounds, Route 5, east of Batavia; www.gcfair.com July 18 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; GATES FAMILY ICE CREAM SOCIAL, Make your own Sundae Bar, games and other family activities at Westgate Park; 6:30-8pm; 1489 Howard Road, Gates; 585-247-6100 www.gatesrecparks.org July 20-22 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; BOULDER FESTIVAL, Three days

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ing, food and craft booths, kids' activities and more; Trumansburg Fairgrounds, north of Ithaca on Route 96; 607-387-5098 s3TERLING3TAGE&OLKFEST -AY  www.grassrootsfest.org Kick off the summer with four days of music s"RANTLING"LUEGRASS&ESTIVAL featuring the Ryan Montbleau Band, Cabinet, !UGUST  Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny and many more, Three jam-packed days of bluegrass with camping, vendors and food; Sterling music featuring national, regional and Stage Kampitheatre, 274 Kent Road, Sterling; local bands on the grounds of Brantling 818-212-9489 www.SterlingStage.com Ski Slopes, with performers including Jim s5PSTATE&IDDLERS0ICNIC *UNE  Gaudet and the Railroad Boys, Matthews Celebration of American bluegrass, folk, and Family Tradition, New Town, The Bluegrass acoustic roots music featuring Floodwood, Big Brothers, host band Rebecca Colleen Leg Emma, Cabinet, Hot Day at the Zoo and and the Chore Lads and more, with food more on three stages, with arts and crafts, and craft vendors and camping available; food vendors, kids' activity area, camping 4015 Fish Farm Road, Sodus; 315-331available; Warner Road Farm, Marion; www. 2365 www.brantling.com fiddlerspicnic.com s3TERLING3TAGE3TRING&LING s!MERIBEAT&ESTIVALOF!RTS *UNE !UGUST   *ULY, Continuous music featuring Featuring Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Akron/Family, Sophistafunk, Primate Fiasco, Sterling Stage Kampitheatre comes alive hosting several summer Squad and more artists TBA, with campAudioInflux, Tim Herron Corporation and more music fests from May through September. ing, vendors and food; Sterling Stage with an artist village, family village, 2nd line Kampitheatre, 274 Kent Road, Sterling; parade, psychedelic cinema, camping, vendors performers including Donna the Buffalo, The Town 818-212-9489 www.SterlingStage.com and food; Sterling Stage Kampitheatre, 274 Kent Pants, Toubab Krewe, Entrain, Sim Redmond Band s4URTLE(ILL&OLK&ESTIVAL 3EPTEMBER  Road, Sterling; 818-212-9489 www.sterlingstage. and many more, with food and merchandise vendors, A weekend of music featuring concerts, workshops, com camping, square/swing/zydeco dances, kids' and dancing, camping, and food, with featured performers s*AMINTHE6ALLEY *ULY  teen programs, instrumental workshops, songwriters' including Robin & Linda Williams and Their Fine Concerts featuring Miranda Lambert with Jerrod and drumming circles and more; Wait Corners Road, Group, Sally Rogers and Claudia Schmidt, John Niemann and Thomas Rhett on Friday; Lynyrd Skynyrd Sherman, NY; 716-761-7190 www.greatblueheron. Roberts, Castlebay, Scott Alarik; Rotary Sunshine with Justin Moore and Randy Houser on Saturday; com Campus; 809 Five Points Road, Rush; 585-234Camping and huge fireworks display; Gates open s&INGER,AKES'RASS2OOTS&ESTIVALOF 5044 www. goldenlink.org 3:30 pm Friday; 2:30 pm Saturday; Buffalo Hill Vil-USICAND$ANCE *ULY  s,AST$AZEOF3UMMER 3EPTEMBER  lage, Varysburg; 877-744-5488 www.jaminthevalley. Featuring some 60 bands on four stages, with this End the summer season with an eclectic mix of com year's lineup including George Jones, Donna the music over four days, with camping, vendors and s'REAT"LUE(ERON-USIC&ESTIVAL *ULY  Buffalo, Khaira Arby, Rebirth Brass Band, Eileen Ivers, food; Sterling Stage Kampitheater, 274 Kent Road, Three days of roots, rock, reggae, folk, zydeco, Preston Frank & His Zydeco Family Band, with campSterling; 818-212-9489 www.SterlingStage.com country, old time, blues, gospel, Celtic and bluegrass of live music on outdoor stages, with local vendors; July 21-22 — KEUKA LAKE REGATTA, Wine Coungames and food on the midway, entertainment, aniBoulder Coffee South Wedge, 100 Alexander Street; try Classic Boats hosts its annual display of antique mals, 4-H exhibits, merchandise and food vendors, www.boulderfestival.com and classic boats, with this year’s show featuring talent show and karaoke challenge, garden tractor July 20-22 — PULTNEYVILLE HOMECOMING historic boats built before 1919; Regatta takes place pull, greased pole climbing contest, Friday fireworks and War of 1812 Bicentennial Commemoration, on Sunday; 10am-5pm Saturday; 9-11 am Sunday; and more; 10am-10pm; Orleans County Fairgrounds, with antiques, exhibits, strolling 1812 characters Keuka Lake, Hammondsport; 315-694-7420 www. Route 31, Knowlesville; www.orleans4-Hfair.com and re-enactments, vintage cars, parade, games, winecountryclassicboats.com July 24-28 — ONTARIO COUNTY FAIR, Midway, fireworks, a Star Spangled Concert and more; Hamlet July 22 — JAZZ ON THE POND, Celebration benfestival foods, petting zoo and family entertainment, of Pultneyville; 315-589-9892 www.w-phs.org efiting Eastman School of Music jazz scholarships, DIRT racing, horse pull, tractor pulls, stunt show, 4H July 21 — PUERTO RICAN PARADE, "We Are One" with a headline performance featuring John Legend, activities, demolition derby, fireworks, nightly bands is the theme of this year’s parade, which begins at 11 Eastman jazz student performances, dinner, drinks and more; 9am-10pm; Ontario County Fairgrounds, am at Liberty Pole Way, and continues on to Fronteir and dancing; 2:30-8:30pm; Cranberry Pond; www. County Road 10, Canandaigua; 585-394-4987 www. Field where the Puerto Rican Festival is underway; jazzonthepond.org ontariocountyfair.org www.puertoricanparade.org July 23-28 — ORLEANS COUNTY 4-H FAIR, Rides, July 25-28 — EAST ROCHESTER FIREMEN’S July 21 — BLUES & BARBEQUE, FamilyFIELD DAYS, Carnival rides, live entertainstyle event featuring bands, barbeque and ment each evening, chicken BBQ at the Fire more, ending with a fireworks display; 1:30-9Hall on Thursday, Firemen’s Parade at 6:30 :30pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth pm and fireworks at 10 pm on Saturday; State Park; 585-493-3600 www.nysparks.com East Rochester School District Campus, 200 July 21 — TEN UGLY MEN FESTIVAL, Charity Woodbine Avenue, East Rochester; www. event featuring sports tournaments including erfd.org kickball, bocce, dodgeball, volleyball, a 5K race, July 25-28 — HILTON FIRE DEPARTand new this year, the Meat Grinder Obstacle MENT CARNIVAL, Amusement rides and Course & Race, with food, live music and kids’ games, a variety of foods, games of chance activities; 10am-8pm; Genesee Valley Park, and more; 135 South Avenue, Hilton; www. enter north side; www.tenuglymen.com hiltonfd.org July 21-22 — CONESUS LAKE ASSOCIAJuly 27 — CRUISIN’ NIGHT & BLOCK TION ARTS & CRAFTS SALE, Over 100 crafters, PARTY, Classic cars, trucks and motorcycles food court, pulled pork and chicken BBQ, enteron display with food, kids’ area and live tainment featuring Alchemy Steel Drum Band music on three stages; 5-10 pm; Linden, on Saturday and Steve West and The Tabletop Seneca, Exchange and Castle Streets, Three on Sunday; 10am-5pm Saturday; 10amDowntown Geneva; 315-789-0102 www. 4pm Sunday; Long Point Park on Conesus Lake, You’ll find it’s easy being green when Greentopia, a celebration of donwtowngeneva.org Route 256, Geneseo; 585-346-2472 www. sustainability, returns for its second year, September 11-16. conesuslake.org

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May 16 - May 30, 2012 FREETIME’S SUMMER GUIDE July 27-28 — WALWORTH LIONS CLUB FESTIVAL IN THE PARK, Food concessions and community booths, kids’ activities and entertainment, with a Civil War Encampment and "Christmas in July" Grand Parade on Friday; Cruise night, outdoor movie and fireworks on Saturday; 5-10:30 pm Friday; 1-11 pm Saturday; Ginegaw Park, Penfield Road, Walworth; 315-524-9047 July 28 — PARTY MADAGASCAR, 21 and over fundraiser benefiting conservation and education projects in Madagascar, featuring an International Marketplace, grazing stations, cash bar, games, music and entertainment; 6:30-11pm; Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 St. Paul Street; 585-336-7200 www.senecaparkzoo.org July 28 — CONCERT ON THE MEADOW, Enjoy the classic sounds of Beatle Magic on the amphitheatre shaped Great Meadow at Genesee Country Village & Museum, with festival foods, treats and beer vendors; 6 pm; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-5386822 www.gcv.org July 28-29 — SPENCERPORT CANAL DAYS, Arts and crafts, live music, food, children’s activities, the Canaligator Race, and classic car show at Pineway Ponds Park on Saturday; 10am-5pm; Downtown Spencerport; www.spencerportcanaldays.com

Stuart Top athletes compete at the 5. Horse Trials in Victor, July 12-1 July 28-29 — WATERFRONT ART FESTIVAL, Juried fine art and crafts festival held on Canandaigua Lake, featuring artist demonstrations, food and entertainment; 10am-5pm; Kershaw Park, Lakeshore Drive, Canandaigua; 585-671-9102 www.waterfrontartfestival.com July 29 — PERINTON PARK SUMMER FEST, Children’s activities, games and entertainment including Doug "Bubbleman" Rougeux, Airplay, Sportsworks Express Train Rides, the Seneca Park Zoomobile, clowns, jugglers, live music, food, canoe rentals and more; 1-6 pm; Perinton Park, O’Connor Road and Route 31F, Fairport; 585-223-0770 www.perinton.org July 31-August 4 — LIVINGSTON COUNTY FAIR, Midway rides and food vendors, car show, horse shows, tractor pull, demolition derby, live bands and more; Livingston County Fairgrounds, Route 36, Caledonia; 585-538-2168 www.livingstoncountyfair. org

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s!5'534s August 2-5 — PHELPS SAUERKRAUT FESTIVAL, Midway and food court, arts and crafts, live music, Mustang Rally Car Show and Cruise Around the Lakes Poker Run, 20K Sauerkraut Road Race, kiddie night & parade, sauerkraut cake, cabbage bowling, Kraut Idol and Kraut Eating Contests, parade and fireworks; Firemen’s Field, 77 Ontario Street, Phelps; www.phelpsny.com August 3-5 — NATIONAL SILVER BALL TOURNAMENT, More than a dozen teams from across the Midwest, East Coast and Canada compete in period style uniforms using 1865 Not just for morning people rules at Genesee Country Village & any more … Rochester Pub lic Market hosts Night Markets featuri Museum’s 10th annual base ball ng “Bands on the Bricks” on Fridays, July 6-August 24. tournament, with the Championship game played on Sunday; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org August 4-5 — PARK AVE SUMMER ART August 3-5 — CIVIL WAR ENCAMPMENT, Friday FEST, evening concert featuring Excelsior Brigade Fife and More than 300 artists from across the U.S. and Drum at 6:30 pm; Living history encampment on SatCanada line the streets of Park Avenue from Alexanurday and Sunday, with battles at 2 pm; 10am-4pm; der Street to Culver Road, with specialty food vendors Tinker Nature Park, 1525 Calkins Road, Henrietta; and live music on three stages; 10am-6pm Saturday; 585-359-7044 10am-5pm Sunday; www.rochesterevents.com / August 4 — AFRICAN-AMERICAN FESTIVAL, www.park-avenue.org Celebration and sharing of African American heritage AUGUST 8-11 — PAGEANT OF STEAM, Displays and culture with live entertainment, arts and crafts, and demonstrations of antique farm equipment, a variety of cultural food, products, information parades, tractor pulls, craft and flea market, concesand educational literature, vendors, pony rides and sions, live music, camping available; 8am-8pm; inflatables for the children; 11am-9pm; Highland Gehan Road, off Routes 5 & 20 East, Canandaigua; Park Bowl, 1200 South Avenue; 585-576-2471 www. www.pageantofsteam.org rochesterabove.org August 9-12 — HAMLIN FIREMEN’S CARNIVAL, August 4 — CENTRAL NEW YORK WINE & JAZZ Midway by Fun For Everyone Shows, with a youth paFEST, Over fifteen Upstate New York wineries offer rade on Thursday, Grand Firemen’s Parade on Friday, tastings and sales with live jazz entertainment featurand live bands nightly in the Beer Tent; Firemen’s ing headliner Nancy Kelly, plus specialty vendors ofFields, 1503 Lake Road, Hamlin; 585-964-2330 fering fine cheeses, jewelry and other unique artisan www.HamlinFire.com creations; 11am-8pm; Downtown Wolcott; www. August 10-11 — PALMYRA PIRATE WEEKEND, wolcottlionsclub.org Erie Canal Pirate Party kicking off Friday evening with August 4 — FIDDLERS’ PICNIC, Multiple stages a screening of The Goonies in Palmyra Village Park, highlight old time country music at Long Point Park and continuing all day Saturday with canal boat on Conesus Lake, with off stage jam sessions, BBQ rides, 5K and kayak races, rum tastings, specialty available or bring your own picnic; 11:30am-9pm; artisans, craft and food vendors, live music, the Pirate West Lake Road (Route 256), Geneseo; 585-243Kazoo Band Parade and Pillage ’N the Village Bed 0296 www.geneseony.com Race Regatta and more; Village of Palmyra; www. August 4 — CONCERT ON THE HILL & CLASSIC piratesoftheeriecanal.com CAR SHOW, 50’s and 60’s music and classic car

show with trophies awarded, food and fun; 3-7 pm; Trailside Lodge at Letchworth State Park; 585493-3600 www.nysparks.com August 4 — LIMA CROSSROADS FESTIVAL, Arts, crafts and food vendors, entertainment, children’s activities, classic cars, lima bean recipe contest, bed race, the Battle of the Bands IV and more; Routes 5 & 20 and 15A, Lima; www.limafest.org August 4 — EMPIRE STATE REGATTA, Olympic-style sprint and long distance kayak and canoe racing on the Erie Canal, with food, beverages and music in the festival tent; Erie Canal at Fairport; 585-748-2628 www.empirestateregatta.com August 4 — OAK ORCHARD LIGHTHOUSE DAY FESTIVAL, Festival at "The Point" with food and craft vendors, music, lighthouse tours and more; noon-4pm; Take a scenic ride to the south end Oak Orchard Lighthouse Museum, 14357 of Keuka Lake for treasures to be found at the Ham Ontario Street, Kent (Point Breeze); 585mondsport Festival of Crafts, August 18 & 19. 682-4383 www.oakorchardlighthouse.org

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Brockport Business District; www. brockportartsfestival.com August 11-18 — WYOMING COUNTY FAIR, Midway rides, games, food, live entertainment, vendors, ESP sanctioned tractor pull, grand parade, livestock barns and animal shows; Wyoming County Fairgrounds, Pike; 585-493-5626 www. wyomingcountyfair.org August 13 — BLUES IN THE VALLEY, A day of music that includes zydeco, rhythm & blues, rock and groove music in addition to blues, with BBQ and other concessions available at the Firemen’s Grounds in Warsaw Village Park; 1-10 pm; Liberty Street, Warsaw; 585703-1041 www.bluesinthevalthe on Fest -E Chil i’s cially at Chil ley.org Ever yone loves a parade, espe 4th of July! August 13-18 — WAYNE COUNTY FAIR, Midway rides, live bands and entertainment, August 11 — AVON ROTARY CORN agricultural and 4H exhibits, animals, wine tasting, FESTIVAL, Day-long music on three stages, arts and children’s entertainment and activities, demolition crafts, Kids Zone activities, a corn eating contest, derby, and the Wayne County Fair Parade on Friday at food court featuring steamed corn and corn fritters, 7 pm; Gates open 10 am; Wayne County Fairgrounds, and an evening concert featuring the Atlas Party Band West Jackson Street, Palmyra; 315-597-5372 from 7:30-11:30pm; Village of Avon; www.avonrotary. www.waynecountyfair.org org August 18 — 19TH AMENDMENT August 11-12 — LAURA INGALLS WILDER DAYS, FESTIVAL, Celebrating the 92nd anniverCelebration of one of the most popular writers of sary of voting rights for women, featuring 19th-century frontier life, featuring hands-on activimusic, food and craft vendors, free walking ties, games and contests, and celebrity guest aptours of the historic neighborhood, and Anthony pearance by Little House on the Prairie cast member; House tours at a special rate; 11am-5pm; Susan 10am-5pm; Genesee Country Village & Museum, B. Anthony Museum & House and Susan B. Anthony 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www. Park, Madison and Kings Streets; www.susanbanthogcv.org nyhouse.org August 11-12 — FINGER LAKES RIESLING August 18 — SCOTTSVILLE SUMMERFEST, Arts FESTIVAL, Finger Lakes wineries showcase their best and crafts, music, food, children’s activities and Rieslings, with live music, locally grown foods, unique more; 10am-9pm; Main Street, Scottsville; www. artwork and handicrafts, wine tastings and more; scottsvillerotary.org 10am-5pm; Lakeshore Drive, Kershaw Park and City August 18 — CLARISSA STREET REUNION, Pier, Canandaigua; www.rieslingfestival.com Neighborhood celebration featuring a parade, August 11-12 — BROCKPORT ARTS FESTIVAL, food and vendors, children’s activities and Over 100 artists and craftspeople, food vendors, wine live entertainment including gospel, garden, entertainment and children’s activities, with a jazz, r & b and poetry; Clarissa farmers’ market and Duck Derby on Sunday; Street, from Troup Street to McCree Way; 585-234-4177 August 18-19 — HAMMONDSPORT FESTIVAL OF CRAFTS, Juried show on the Village Square featuring the work of 125 fine craftspeople, with continuous craft demonstrations; 10am-5pm; Village of Hammondsport; 607-569-2242 www.hammondsport.org August 18-19 — OLD-TIME FIDDLERS’ FAIR, Hundreds of musicians, from beginner to polished professional, provide non-stop entertainment; Bring your fiddle for free admission and the Celebrate all things barbeque at the Brock port BBQ & Music Festival, opportunity to play on one July 6-8 at Northampton Park. of five venues; 10am-5pm; Genesee Country Village &

Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-5386822 www.gcv.org August 18-19 — ARTS AT THE GARDENS, Juried fine art and fine craft show and sale on the grounds of Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion, featuring 100 exhibitors, a variety of food, live musical entertainment, with local wine and craft beer available at the Finger Lakes Wine Center/Beer Garden Tent; 10am-5pm; 151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua; 585-3944922 www.artsatthegardens.org August 18-19 — CHURCHVILLE LIONS CLUB COUNTRY FAIR, Parade at 11 am on Saturday (Main Street), tractor pulls, craft and commercial vendors, hay rides, pony rides, petting zoo, with live music and fireworks on Saturday, baking competition and Chicken BBQ on Sunday; West Buffalo Street at Park Road, Churchville; www.churchvillelions.org August 18-19 — CIVIL WAR ENCAMPMENT at Hamlin Beach State Park, with camps open 9:30am4pm, and reenactments of select Civil War battles; Area #3, Lake Ontario Parkway, Hamlin; 585-9642462 August 19 — US UNLIMITED POAGS HOLE CHAMPIONSHIP, Professional motorcycle hillclimb, with food and merchandise vendors onsite; Gates

The Nazareth College Arts Center Dance Festival, July 12-21, will feature a special performance by Chicago’s acclaimed Luna Negra Dance Theater. open 9 am with racing at 12:30 pm; Poags Hole Road, Interstate 390 Exit 4, Dansville; 585-3352341 www.poagshole.com August 23-September 3 — NEW YORK STATE FAIR, Summer showcase of New York State agriculture, entertainment, industry and technology, with over 375 acres of animals, exhibits and displays, midway rides, games, and big name entertainment; Empire Expo Center, State Fair Boulevard, Syracuse; 800-475-FAIR www.nysfair.org August 25 — FAIRPORT MUSIC & FOOD FESTIVAL, Golisano Children’s Hospital benefit featuring over twenty bands on three stages, kids’ activities, and "A Taste of Fairport" restaurants; noon-dark; Liftbridge Lane, Off Main Street, Fairport; 585-7030957 www.FairportMusicFest.com August 25 — BIKE SHOW & STEAK BBQ, Brotherhood Motorcycle Club hosts its 21st annual show with a BBQ, music, door prizes, a raffle and cash

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May 16 - May 30, 2012 FREETIME’S SUMMER GUIDE prize for Best of Show; 1 pm; Seneca Park; www. brotherhoodmc.com August 25 — ONTARIO SUMMER SEND OFF, Daytime carnival with rides and games; Evening events include live music, an outdoor movie and fireworks; chicken BBQ; 1pm-11pm; Casey Park, Knickerbocker Road, Ontario; 315-524-7020 www.ontariotown.org August 25-26 — STONE TOOL TECHNOLOGY SHOW, Flintknapping, tool making demonstrations, Native American crafts, 19th Century Mountain Men encampment, Atl-Atl competition; 10am-6pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth State Park; 585-493-3600 www.nysparks.com August 31-September 3 — NEW YORK STATE FESTIVAL OF BALLOONS, Balloon launches and rides, arts and crafts, car show, continuous entertainment, international food court, rides and games for children; Dansville Municipal Airport, Entrance on Maple Street, Dansville; www.nysfob.com

s3%04%-"%2s September 1 — ONTARIO BARN FESTIVAL, All day live bluegrass, roots and alternative music, arts and crafts, BBQ, apple and pear picking, promotion of solar energy; 11am-7pm; Ontario Barn Vineyards, 513 Whitney Road, Ontario; www.ontariovineyards. com September 2 — SUMMER FAREWELL FESTIVAL, Live bands and family activities including a petting zoo, pony rides, horse-led hayrides, food and fireworks; 1-9 pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth State Park; 585-493-3600 www.nysparks.com September 3 — LABOR DAY PARADE, 11 am;

, when the Take a seat in the Design Zone ng opens Stro The at Play of eum National Mus 2. June bit, exhi ive ract the new inte East Avenue and Alexander Street to Main Street and Plymouth Avenue; 585-263-2650 www.rochesterlabor.org September 7-8 — OLDE ORLEANS ERIE CANAL FESTIVAL, Agricultural, commercial and cultural heritage festival featuring family activities, historical exhibits, a quilt show, music hall and vaudeville show, chicken BBQ, old time farmers market and more;

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sale, commercial exhibitors, kids’ activities, food vendors and lumberjack pancake breakfasts; Gates open 8 am; Macedon Center Firemen’s Field, Canandaigua Road, Macedon Center; 315-986-3732 www.macedoncenterfire. org September 10 — FESTIVAL OF FOOD, Local food and wine tasting event to benefit Foodlink at Rochester Public Market; 280 North Union Street; 585-3283380 www.festivaloffood. org September 11Step into the world of one of the countr y’s greatest 16 — GREENTOPIA 2012, reformers when Susan B. Anthony Museum & House hosts Week-long celebration the 19th Amendment Festiva l, August 18. of sustainability and the green movement including Downtown Albion; www.orleanscountya film festival, concert featourism.com turing local and national artists, business-to-business September 8 — HANG AROUND VICTOR DAY, conference, and EcoFest featuring green vendors, Community organizations, music, arts and crafts, food speakers, farmers’ market, kids’ zone, wine and beer and family entertainment; 9am-5pm; Meade Square tasting, music, organic food and more; High Falls Park and Village Hall Parking Lot, Downtown Victor; Historic District; www.greentopiafest.com 585-742-1476 www.VictorChamber.com September 15 — TASTIN’ THE BLUES, Blues September 8 — VICTORFEST 2012, Evening of music featuring Steve Grills and the Roadmasters music featuring area bands, with a “Taste of Victor” and The Scandals, chili judging and locally brewed restaurants, and table of sweets, capped off with beer sampling; noon-4pm; Penfield Amphitheater, a fireworks display at 9:30 pm; 6-10pm; Meade Veterans’ Memorial Park, 3100 Atlantic Avenue, Square/Victor Library Parking Lot; 585-742-0140 Penfield; 585-340-8655 www.penfield.org www.victorny.org September 21 — FLOUR CITY BREWERS’ FEST, September 8 — PITTSFORD CELEBRATES, Live music, savory foods, and some of the country’s Games, rides and family activities, festival-style treats finest and most unique craft beers; Frontier Field; and day-long music featuring headlining band, Ruby One Morrie Silver Way and Plymouth Avenue; www. Shooz, ending with fireworks over the canal; noon-9fcbrewfest.com pm; Municipal Parking Lot behind Pittsford Community Library, Downtown Pittsford; www. townofpittsford. org September 8-9 — M&T BANK CLOTHESLINE ARTS FESTIVAL, Rochester’s largest and longest-running fine art and crafts festival featuring work by more than 400 artists from across New York State, with all-day live entertainment, food vendors and free family art activities on the grounds of the Memorial Art Gallery; 10am-6pm Saturday; 10am-5pm Sunday; 500 University Avenue; 585-276-8900 mag.rochester.edu September 8-9 — MACEDON CENTER COMMUNITY LUMBERJACK FESTIVAL, Amateur lumberjack competition on Saturday, professional Finger Lakes Chamber competition on Sunday; Music Festival celebrate s its 10th anniversary season, with concerts Greased pole climb scheduled at locations throughout the at 5 pm both days, Finger Lakes region fro m June 16-August 4. craft and collectibles

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Improv Comedian Greg Proops By Rex Rutkoski Imagine running down a road backwards. That’s what doing improvisational comedy feels like, explains comedian Greg Proops. “We never know where we are going, only where we have been,” says the member of the cast of “Whose Live Anyway?” Presented in the spirit of television’s Emmy-nominated Whose Line is it Anyway? and Drew Carey’s Improvaganza, this live touring show, originally called “A Night of Improv,” debuted in 1999 when it sold out two shows in under three hours to quite enthusiastic audiences in Vancouver. The cast also features Ryan Stiles of television’s Two and a Half Men, and formerly of The Drew Carey Show; and veteran comedians and television actors Chip Esten and Jeff Davis, whose work included Drew Carey’s Whose Line is it Anyway? television show. Proops of San Francisco was the first North American on the

British Whose Line is it Anyway? and also a cast member of Drew Carey’s Americanized version of the show on ABC. He and Stiles also star in a two-man improvised live show called Unplanned. He is not surprised that Whose Live Anyway? which visits the Harro East Ballroom, Rochester, May 23, resonates so strongly with audiences. “It is action-packed. We really make a huge effort to hit the stage running with loads of energy. We are reasonably clean and full of mischief, even when we are sober,” he quips. “People like it because it is highly interactive, way more so than the TV version. We sing, we bring people out of the audience to participate in games and we make fun of each other. There is a Rat Pack feel to the show that you are hanging with old friends.” Television cannot duplicate that intense live energy, he says. Is there something that sets it apart from other improv shows? Proops: “Well, for one, we have Ryan Stiles, which is like getting to see Wayne Gretzky live. He is that funny. Well he is funnier than Wayne Gretzky but Wayne Gretzky was the very best and so is Ryan. Plus Chip and Jeff do an awful lot of singing and dancing and they are both Broadway level

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performers.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I of course am overpoweringly physically attractive. So there,â&#x20AC;? jokes Proops. He has a pod cast called The Smartest Man in the World, and the new ABC-TV program, Trust Us with Your Life, set for June, features him, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady. It is all improvised. Proopsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; credits range from being the voice of Bob the Builder on the popular PBS childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s series, to ser ving as the announcer voice of Hank â&#x20AC;&#x153;Buckshotâ&#x20AC;? Holmes for the Mad World game for SEGA. He also is a frequent guest on Chelsea Lately on E! Esten, whose television work also includes Party of Five (as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lukeâ&#x20AC;?), Married with Children (playing Kelly Bundyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ex-con boyfriend in the final episode),

a renewal of hope as laughter fills their hearts and an overpowering physical attraction to me.â&#x20AC;? Improv fascinates audiences because of the sense of â&#x20AC;&#x153;flying without a net,â&#x20AC;? he believes. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There is the imminent sense of failure. They put themselves in our place and think, â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Oh, no, what if I had to sing a song off the top of my head?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; It is scary from the outside. But we do fail sometimes. You will see that by the end of the show we can fail funny.â&#x20AC;? The audience sees the cast have fun playing off of each other, throwing the ball around and they naturally respond, Proops adds. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have worked together a long time and we really do find each other wildly amusing. The audience can sense that, that we

Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Office and The New Adventures of Old Christine, is in a new pilot. Jeff Davis, who does a pod cast called SuperEgo, appeared in the acclaimed telefilm, Tuesdays With Morrie, was a tv series regular on Happy Family, opposite Christine Baranski and John Larroquette, and also was seen on The Norm Show, The Drew Carey Show and WBâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s The Jamie Kennedy Experiment. Stiles, â&#x20AC;&#x153;is always busy on Two and a Half Men, Proops says. Those attending their first Whose Live Anyway? will experience â&#x20AC;&#x153;an untold joy that they never knew they had the capacity to feel,â&#x20AC;? he promises. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There will be a rush of excitement as they see grown men get on top of each other for their amusement,

are trying like mad to crack each other up,â&#x20AC;? he explains. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We never just go through the motions. And there are my good looks.â&#x20AC;? The cast really cares about making each show a great one, he says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We run out there with a will to really kill with our comedy. We play off of each other, we fight with each other and we help each other.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is definitely not scripted, he assures. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We always make everything up we say and sing and do on stage,â&#x20AC;? he says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We always bring a lady out of the crowd, ask her about her life and then sing a big number to celebrate her. This one is a real cracker.â&#x20AC;? Proops implies that this is one all-star line-up. Chip Esten is a tiger on stage and a total crowd pleaser, he says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He will shake it all night

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for the ladies and then crack off a country song that will make you howl,” he notes. “Jeff Davis is sly and clever and a great physical comedian. Ryan Stiles hits home runs. I am, simply put, stunning to behold.” The audience comes from all walks of life. They are humans, young and old, spry and immobile, with the petty ever yday, workaday concer ns weighing down on them, who wish to live life to its fullest,” he explains. “Kids come with their parents, couples come to celebrate dates. We get teens, goths, rockers and far mers, sometimes all at once.” What makes for a good audience for this cast? Proops: “A crowd full of funloving, enthusiastic people, the college of cardinals, the Ringling Brothers circus, we do not care as long as they are there.” Whatever the make-up of the audience, their participation is vital, he stresses. “They have to provide all the suggestions for the scenes and songs we do,” he says. “We force the audience to get involved. It almost becomes a hostage situation. We bring them up for ’Moving Bodies’ and another game called ’Sound Effects.’ The audience really suppor ts the people who join us on stage.” From a performer’s perspective, the satisfaction of doing improv comes in the freshness of not knowing what is going to happen every night, “the anticipation of seeing what the guys will do with a suggestion,” he adds. As to if improv is more challenging for a perfor mer than stand up because of the unpredictability of the format, Proops says, “I do both and I make them both look difficult.” In one respect, he explains, they are two separate crafts. “Material needs to be honed. Improv should be created from the air,” he says. Proops says making improv work requires approaching it with no fear of failure. Improv sometimes is misunderstood, he acknowledges. “Some people refuse to believe it can be done. They think it is planned,” he explains. “This couldn’t be fur ther from the truth. Planning improv kills it.” Editor’s Note: Whose Live Anyway? comes to the Harro East Ballroom, Wednesday, May 23.

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gadgets and creatures, but also remembers to spin a good story, one that explores the unexplored relationship between the two protagonists. The fact that neither J nor K knows much about each other has been a sort of running gag in the first two films. Now itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s at the center of everything. But first off, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an escape, a spectacular one, from an extremely maximum security prison on the moon, where malicious and malevolent Boris the Animal (Jermaine Clement from The Flight of the Conchords) has devised a foolproof clichĂŠ of a plan involving something hidden in a cake. Boris, by the way, is a Boglodite assassin, in fact the last of the Boglodites, who lost his arm to and was imprisoned by K some 40 years earlier. In conjunction with his long-planned escape is his vengeful declaration to go back through those years to kill K â&#x20AC;&#x153;before he takes my arm.â&#x20AC;? So the good story here is one of time travel, featuring something going askew with the time-space continuum and side plots involv-

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By Ed Symkus This year we’ve got a nice, neat schedule for the summer movie season. It starts on June 1 and it ends on August 31. Within that period, there are 66 feature films set to be released in the U.S., as usual, ranging from dramas to comedies, fantasies to documentaries, kiddy stuff to horror, action to art, manly movies to chick flicks. You never know what’s going to be good or bad till you’ve seen it. But we’ve narrowed the list down to 29 titles that, we’re guessing, will at least raise eyebrows. Some will be smashes; some will vanish, perhaps to find a new life on DVD or Blu-ray or one of those movie machines at the supermarket.

★ JUNE Battlefield America Nope, it’s not a name change and early release of Red Dawn (which opens in November. It’s yet another in a tired series of movies about unruly kids who are whipped into shape by an outsider coach. Wait, it’s not even about sports. It’s about the “underground dance competition circuit.” A rather inauspicious summer season opener Snow White and the Huntsman The year of Snow White-centric movies continues (after Mirror Mirror flopped) with the Grimm fair y tale taking a new tur n: When the wicked queen (Charlize Theron) orders the assassination of Snow White (Kristen Stewart), her would-be killer (Chris Hemsworth) instead trains her to take revenge on the queen. Madagascar 3 Alex, Marty, Gloria, and Melman (voices of Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, Jada Pinkett Smith, David Schwimmer) continue the long trek back to their home in a New York zoo, but stop off in Europe for a while to hide out in a traveling circus. Prometheus The great Ridley Scott turns back the clock to revisit science fiction in what’s being called a “sort of prequel” to his 1979 Alien. Word is that we get to go back to that awful planet, then finally

find out something about whoever or whatever originally sent out the distress signal that drew Sigourney Weaver and shipmates there. Rock of Ages The Broadway musical featuring both great and awful pop music of the ’80s in a story of young people trying to make it in ’80s L.A. gets the big screen treatment. It’s been said that Tom Cruise, as an aging rocker, gets to show off a surprisingly good singing talent. With Catherine Zeta-Jones, Julianne Hough, Alec Baldwin, Russell Brand, and wrestler Kevin Nash (and lots of Foreigner and Journey). That’s My Boy Adam Sandler plays the single bad dad of Andy Samberg, who he raised for 18 years, then parted ways with. Now that the son is getting married, dad wants to reconnect. Warning: James Caan plays a priest, and Vanilla Ice plays himself. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter I was reading this novel recently in a restaurant, when the waitress came up to me, looked at the cover, and said, “Oh, is it fiction?” It plays out as reality, following Lincoln from a poor boy to a wood splitter to a politician to the president. He just also happens to despise, hunt down, and kill vampires. Apparently some extra plotting has been added to the film.

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Brave Disney and Pixar keep the arrows flying (Forget Snow White; we’ve already had Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games and Hawkeye in The Avengers) in an animated story about ace archer Princess Merida (Kelly Macdonald) who, with red hair flowing, is granted one wish that she hopes will help her vanquish a curse that she’s accidentally brought on.

People Like Us Chris Pine plays a guy who’s overwhelmed by debt. Elizabeth Banks plays a woman who’s got all other sorts of problems. A death, a will, and a pile of cash bring them together and keep them apart, even though they’re brother and sister (and she doesn’t know it). Looks like it veers into mushiness.

G.I. Joe: Retaliation Has the President of the U.S. (Jonathan Pryce) gone bonkers? Why is he dissing the heroic G.I. Joes and praising the villainous members of COBRA? And why are the good guys getting blown up all over the place. G.I. Joe pals Channing Tatum and Dwayne Johnson are set to find out what the heck is going on, amongst much special effects work and outrageous action.

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Magic Mike Director Steven Soderbergh continues a career of making movies in every genre he can think of (his past three were The Informant!, Contagion, and Haywire). This time he has Channing Tatum, as a successful male stripper, mentoring a new kid in town (Alex Pettyfer) in the fine art of getting women to stuff $5 bills into places we’re not going to mention here. Yes, it’s a comedy. And it’s another film featuring Kevin Nash.

The Amazing Spider-Man Director Marc Webb ((500) Days of Summer) takes over for Sam Raimi, and actor Andrew Garfield (The Social Network) puts on Tobey Maguire’s Spidey suit (while Sally Field is the new Aunt May) in a reboot of the series. Peter Parker has a thing for Gwen Stacey (Emma Stone), and has trouble with Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans), who will become the Lizard. Savages A couple of young American guys (Aaron Johnson, Taylor Kitsch) combine business and pleasure and a bit of uncontrolled violence in a successful pot-growing business. They also happen to share a girlfriend (Blake Lively) who is kidnapped by a Mexican drug cartel. This new one from Oliver Stone (who really does owe us a good movie), features John Travolta, Uma Thurman, and Emile Hirsch.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

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Ice Age: Continental Drift Seriously? Another one? This series is getting harder and harder to sit through. Alas, back again are Manny, Diego, and Sid (voices of Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo), finding themselves afloat on an iceberg, meeting up with pirates (Pirates???) on the high seas. Ted T V writer Seth MacFarlane makes his feature directing debut with a story of John (Mark Wahlberg), a guy who has always wished that his Teddy bear could come alive. When it finally does, it turns out to be a companion you don’t really want to be seen with ... or heard from. Things get to the point where John must choose between the furry bear and his girlfriend (Mila Kunis). The bear is also voiced by MacFarlane. The Dark Knight Rises Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale once again go to the Batman well, this time in a story of the Caped Crusader being thought of as an enemy of Gotham City, but still having to defend the place from powerful and evil Bane (Tom Hardy). Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman, and Michael Caine are back as Lucius Fox, Jim Gordon, and Alfred. Anne Hathaway makes her first appearance as Catwoman. The Watch Four guys (Ben Stiller, Jonah Hill, Vince Vaughn, Richard Aoyade) are always on patrol, in their Neighborhood Watch car, wearing their Neighborhood Watch satin jackets, going up against “adversaries” such as egg-throwing kids.

Then one day, aliens from another world decide to launch an attack. It’s a comedy about what our “heroes” will do.

★ AUGUST The Bourne Legacy Tony Gilroy wrote the screenplays for the first three Bourne thrillers, and he wrote and directed this one. But there’s no Matt Damon or Jason Bourne this time around. Now we’re focused on a different CIA operative – Aaron Cross, played by Jeremy Renner – who has just been willingly placed in the secret program that creates killers. Total Recall Director Len Wiseman made a couple of Underworld films, then the terrific Live Free or Die Hard, so there’s a good chance he’ll do fine on this sort of remake of the Ahnold sci-fi film that was based on Philip K. Dick’s We Can Remember It For You Wholesale. Colin Farrell is now the guy who goes on a mind vacation, where, watch out, everything that can go wrong goes wrong. The Campaign The hairstyles alone might be worth it in this new comedy from director Jay Roach (whose best film is still the first Austin Powers, but who did well on the recent TV movie Game Change). Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis star as two North Carolina politicians who have nothing in common but a shared desire to make a run for the White House. With John Lithgow and Dan Aykroyd.

The Amazing Spider-Man

Hope Springs I’m not sure about director David Frankel, who made the awful Marley & Me, and the over-exaggerated The Devil Wears Prada. But he’s got a castful of good actors in this story of a long-mar ried couple (Tommy lee Jones, Meryl Streep), who go through a week-long session with a therapist (Steve Carell) to help their relationship. It’s listed as a comedy-drama. The Expendables 2 The cast: Bruce Willis, Sly Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Jason Statham, Chuck Norris, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren. Ummm, do you really have any questions? ParaNorman It’s an animated film about an outcast lad named Norman (voice of Kodi Smit-McPhee) who has all kinds of ESP-like powers, and who must save his town from, you know, the forces of evil. With the voices of John Goodman, Leslie Mann, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jeff Garlin, and Elaine Stritch as Grandma. Sparkle A remake of the tepid 1976 movie of the same title about a girl group that faces all kinds of problems in achieving musical success. Set in the’60s, based at Motown, telling a new version of the same story, featuring pop singer Jordin Sparks and the late Whitney Houston. The Apparition College kids do some experimenting that lets loose a nasty and of course murderous super-

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natural presence. They fight it off. Low budget bumps in the night, and beautiful people running around in their underwear. Hit and Run A guy in the Witness Protection Program (Dax Shepard) changes his name to Charlie Bronson. OK, that’s pretty clever, at least to viewers old enough to get the gag. But when his girlfriend needs help, he ventures out into the real world, where he’s chased by former gang pals as well as the cops. Premium Rush Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a bike delivery guy in Manhattan who’s given a special envelope – a “premium rush” job – that he’d better get where it’s going with no problems. Michael Shannon plays the mysterious guy who wants to get that envelope away from him before it’s delivered. Quite a few other people want it, too. The chase is on. 7500 The title refers to the number of the plane heading out on an all-night 10-hour flight from L.A. to Tokyo. The problem is that no one’s gonna get much sleep, as there seems to be some kind of supernatural spirit onboard. Hysteria Last time out it was Jake Gyllenhaal in Love and Other Drugs, the story of the invention of Viagra. Now we’ve got his sister, Maggie, in the story of the invention of the vibrator. No doubt, Hollywood is continuing its exploration of debauchery. With Hugh Dancy and Jonathan Pryce.

Total Recall

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Lauded by critics and fans alike, the Chicago-based sextet of classically trained musicians known as Umphrey’s McGee comes to Water Street Music Hall on September 13, with a brand new album, Death By Stereo, in tow.

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WEDNESDAY MAY

16

CLUBS

Acoustic

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Paul Strowe 6:30-10pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Rob & Gary 5:30-8:30pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Waylon Speed w/ Burning Snella & Jellyroot 8pm

Americana

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com David Mayfield Parade 8pm

MAY 24

Daily Calendar

THE EARLY NOVEMBER

Back together after a four year hiatus, indie rockers The Early November anticipate their July 3rd Rise Records release, In Currents, with a tour making a stop at Water Street Music Hall, May 24.

Blues

Irish

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Harper - CD Release Party 9pm

Jam

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Open Blues Jam w/ The King Bees 7:30-11:30pm

SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Dave Riccioni & Friends STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Rockin’ Red w/ Billy Joe 9pm

Celtic

MCGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Scottish Session w/ Jeremy Button 7pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Adam/Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 The Dady Brothers 7:30pm

THE CLUB AT WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Bottle Train w/ Driftwood 8:30pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm

Karaoke

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 9pm CENTER CAFE 150 Frank DiMino Way, off Manitou Rd, 594-8882 Karaoke 7:30-11pm THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Open Mic

JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 Open Mic Night w/ Joel Page 7pm

CONCERT

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 “Live From Hochstein” featuring Hochstein Merit Scholarship Winners 12:10pm THE LODGE AT GINEGAW PARK Lorraine Dr, off Rt. 441, Walworth, 315-986-1511 Four Shillings Short 6:30-8pm MCC THEATRE, BUILDING 4 Brighton Campus, 1000 E Henrietta Rd, 292-2534 MCC Vocal Concert 7:30pm NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Making American Music - “1940s Radio Show” featuring Sarah Peters & Friends 7:30pm

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5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 25 Admission to this 21-and-older event is $10. Price includes admission and live music by Steve Grills and the Roadmasters.

Food and beverages available to purchase. Parking is very limited. Carpool and make sure you have a designated driver. The Zoo has an ATM.

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FESTIVAL

HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Lilac Festival 10:30am-8:30pm *Children’s Stage Entertainment 12:30 & 6pm Lilac Stage Music: *St. Joseph’s School Band 10:30am *Paul Rd. Elementary 11am *School #46 Inter. Choir 11:30am *Gananda Bands & Chorus 12:30pm *Higher Standards 2:30pm *The Lonely Ones 4pm *Mel Henderson Trio 5:30pm *Melissa Manchester 7pm

SHOW

RADISSON RIVERSIDE HOTEL 120 E. Main St, www.arsc-audio. org/conference Association for Recorded Sound Collections Conference *Open to general public, see website for schedule RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Louisville Bats 7:05pm

THEATRE

TIM HERRON CORP

MAY 17

DANCE

ROBACH COMMUNITY CENTER Ontario Beach Park, Lake & Beach Aves, 865-3320 Big Band Dance featuring The Nate Rawls Band w/ The Al Bruno Trio & Tom Monte 6-9pm

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AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 South Pacific 7:30pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Company (Mainstage) 7:30pm -Two Jews Walk Into a War (Nextstage) 7pm

THURSDAY MAY

17

CLUBS

Acoustic

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Teagan Ward 6:30-10:30pm

Combining rock and roll, folk and bluegrass into a blend the band calls “AmeriBeat,” Tim Herron Corporation bring their high energy show to Sticky Lips BBQ Juke Joint, May 17.

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CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Acoustic Open Jam w/ Mark Herrmann 8-12mid

Americana

Comedy

Irish

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Open Mic 8pm-1am

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Miss Tess & The Bon Ton Parade 8:30pm

Alternative

Blues

Dance

Jazz

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Two Cow Garage w/ The Andrew J. Reimers Country Punk Extravaganza, Declan Ryan & TBA 7:30pm

Ameri-Beat/Americana

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 292-5544 Tim Herron Corporation DVD Release Party 9am

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Gordon Munding Son House Blues Night 7:30pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Scandals w/ Monica 9pm P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Pro Blues Jam w/ The Rochester Blues Revue 8pm-12mid

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Dom Irrera 7:30 & 10pm

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Salsa Lessons 9:30pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Matt / Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina

Hardcore

THE CLUB AT WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Skip the Foreplay 6:30pm

MCGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Billie Henrie 7pm

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Wine & Jazz Happy Hour w/ The Swooners 5:30-8:30pm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Coffey Wachala Duo 7:30-9:30pm

Jazz/Funk

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Uptown Groove 8pm

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Karaoke

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Karaoke w/ Jeff Smith of Detour 8pm-til SALVATOREâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ DJ Glenn Romano 8:30-11:30pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 3923489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Pop/Rock

RICHMONDS 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Todd East 6-9pm

Show

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Craft Beer Tasting 6pm

Soul/R & B

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Bitchinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Kitchen 8pm

World Beat

PELICANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Trinidad & Tobago Steel Drum Band 7-11pm

CONCERT

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 Spotlight on Faculty Concert Series featuring Margaret Coote, Violin; Sandra Halleran, Cello 7pm

DANCE

COVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1124 Culver Rd, www. RochesterContra.com Contra Dance w/ Music by Tunescape 8-11pm

FESTIVAL

HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Lilac Festival 10:30am-8:30pm *Wine Tasting & Farmerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Market 12noon *Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stage Entertainment 12:30 & 6pm Lilac Stage Music: *Spencerport HS Jazz Band 10:30am *Greece Apollo MS Jazz Band 11:30am *School #6 Choir & Percussion 12:30pm *Mochester 4pm *Travis Rocco 5:30pm *Lou Gramm 7pm

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SHOWS

NEW YORK WINE & CULINARY CENTER 800 S. Main St, Canandaigua, downtowncanandaigua.com Taste of the Finger Lakes 6-9pm

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50th ANNIVERSARY

RADISSON RIVERSIDE HOTEL 120 E. Main St., www.arsc-audio. org/conference Association for Recorded Sound Collections Conference *Open to general public, see website for schedule

Canandaigua Rd, Macedon Center

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

BIKE SHOW & COMPETITION Sunday, May 27th, 2012 MACEDON CENTER FIREMENS FIELD Featuring

WALL OF DEATH & ILL CONDUCT Vertical Board Wall Trick Riding

SPORTS

Full Production Sportster & Buell Stunt Show

Food & Refreshments! Support Macedon Center Fire Dept! Live Music From EBB TIDE and 50/50

NOON

Stock/Custom/ Touring/Antique Classes for All Harley-Davidsons

4:00PM

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Bike Show Entry Forms Available at Harv’s H-D Deadline for Bike Show Entry is MAY 17th!

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THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 South Pacific 7:30pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 Grey Gardens 7:30pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Company (Mainstage) 7:30pm -Two Jews Walk Into a War (Nextstage) 7pm JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 x235 Parade 7pm

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BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Louisville Bats 7:05pm

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CLUBS

Acoustic

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 -Ben Torres 5pm -Jumbo Shrimp 9pm SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Mike & Sergei 6-10pm QUAKER STEAK AND LUBE 2205 Buffalo Rd, 697-9464 Acoustic Diggler 9pm TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 HomiSide Presents: TBA 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Dan Schmitt & The Shadows THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Double Take THE LANDING 30 Village Landing, Fairport, 425-7490 Mama Heart Band 10pm SIX POCKETS Ridge Hudson Plaza, E Ridge Rd, 266-1440 Billy Joe & The Blue Gypsies 6-11pm SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 The LPs WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 3923489 Mojo Monkeyz 9pm-1am

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Dom Irrera 7:30 & 10pm

Funk & Soul

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Quasi-Mojo 6-9pm

Indie Pop

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Walri w/ The Good Intentions & Stoney Lonesome 10pm

Irish

MCGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Celtic Music Society / Rayce Malone 6-9:30pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Annie Wells 8:30-10:30pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Soul Express 7:30-12mid

Karaoke

CJ’S GRILL & TAP ROOM 1635 Penfield Rd, 203-1145 Karaoke FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0816 Karaoke 9pm-12mid SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

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Metal

THE CLUB AT WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Mercia w/ Laestrygonia 6:30pm MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 Heaviest Thing, Maiden Rochester, Raining Blood 8pm

Rock

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Mansfield Avenue Band 8pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Violet Mary 10pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Hemicuda w/ Burning Bridges NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Freeride 9pm NOLA’S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 Download 10pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Taran 10pm-2am PINEAPPLE JACK’S 485 Spencerport Rd, 247-JACK Stiletto & Weathered (Creed Tribute) 10pm RAB’S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 Flying Sideburns 10pm-2am STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Teagan & The Tweeds 9:30pm

Rock/R & B

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Galileo Band 9:30pm

CONCERTS

HEARTLAND AT HOME heartlandconcerts.org House Concert featuring Jamie Anderson 7pm

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FREETIME May 16 - May 30, 2012 IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 815 Park Ave, 473-7664 Friday Jazz at Immanuel:Rochester International Jazz Festival Leaders’ Concert 7pm INSPIRE MOORE WINERY & VINEYARD 197 N. Main St, Naples, 374-5970 Bobby Henrie & The Goners 7-10pm ST. LUKE & ST. SIMON CYRENE CHURCH 17 S. Fitzhugh St, 244-5835 “Every Time I Feel the Spirit: 200 Years of Music by Black Composers” featuring Reginald Mobley, countertenor; Henry Lebedinsky, piano & harpsichord 12:15pm

DANCE

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Rochester City Ballet: Dance Mix 7:30pm

FESTIVAL

HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Lilac Festival 10:30am-8:30pm Children’s Stage Entertainment 12:30 & 6pm Lilac Stage Music: *Indian Landing Elementary 10:30am *Hill Top Singers 11:30am *Top Brass 12noon *Arcadia HS Jazz Ensemble 12:30pm *Greece Olympia HS 1pm *The Chinchillas 4pm *Driftwood 5:30pm *Steel Magnolia 7pm

SHOWS

GARTH FAGAN DANCE STUDIOS, 50 Chestnut St, 454-3260 Conversations with Garth: When Sculpture and Dance Connect -A Dialogue with Albert Paley and Garth Fagan 7pm LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Highbanks Recreation Area, 4933600 “Fire on the Genesee” Civil War Encampment 9:30am-4:30pm RADISSON RIVERSIDE HOTEL 120 E. Main St., www.arsc-audio. org/conference Association for Recorded Sound Collections Conference *Open to general public, see website for schedule SPORTS CENTRE AT M.C.C. 2700 Brighton-Henrietta T.L. Rd., www.rpastamps.org ROPEX 2012 - Rochester Philatelic Associate National Stamp Show 11am-6pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Fly Me to the Moon 4pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Louisville Bats 7:05pm SOCCER Sahlen’s Stadium, 460 Oak St, 454-KICK Rochester Rhinos vs. Dayton Dutch Lions 7:35pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 12:35pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 South Pacific 8pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 Grey Gardens 8pm BLACK SHEEP THEATRE Village Gate,D313, 274 N. Goodman St, 643-0836 Working Class Theatre Company presents Noisemaker Blues 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 8pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Company (Mainstage) 8pm -Two Jews Walk Into a War (Nextstage) 7:30pm MUCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Process Productions: I Write to Discover 8pm PENFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER 1985 Baird Rd, Penfield, 340-8655 Penfield Players: Egad! The Woman in White 8pm STAGES THEATER, AUDITORIUM CENTER 875 E. Main St, 935-7173 Magical Journey Thru Stages presents: West Side Story 7:30pm

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Acoustic

FLAHERTY’S MACEDON 113 Rt. 31, Macedon, 223-1221 Gary Rose & Rob Smith FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0816 Friends Unplugged RICHMONDS 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Call for info SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Paul Strowe 6-10pm

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THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Jeff Martin 8pm-12am

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Mothers Green w/ Babayaga, Velvet Elvis, Ocean of Insects

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Deep Blue 7:30-11:30pm THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Amanda AShley DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Coupe de Villes 10pm JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 Too Tall & The Howlin’ Mercy Blues Band 8pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Dom Irrera 7:30 & 10pm

Country

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Slow Riders NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Lonesome Crow 9pm

Irish

MCGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Wingin’ It 8pm

Jam

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 Peach Preserves, Cottage Jefferson, Stone Soul Foundation 9pm

Jazz

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Vince Ercolamento & John Nyergers 8pm HAVANA MOE’S 125 East Ave, 325-1030 East End Jazz Boys 9pm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Fred Stone 8:30-10:30pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Gap Mangione’s New Blues Band 7:30pm-12mid

Karaoke

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

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THE CALAMARI SISTERS’ BIG FAT ITALIAN WEDDING

“Carmela” and “Delphine” are back in town to sing, dance and cook their way through The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding, currently playing at the East End Theatre.

Latin

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Tony Padilla & Guest

Party Rock/Jazz Used & Discounted CDs $5!

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RECORD & CD SALE

THE CLUB AT WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Irondequoit Eagles Women’s Lacrosse Booster Club Benefit w/ Different Every Time & The Michael Vadala Trio 7pm

R&B

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 A Tribute to Memory Lane featuring Carlton Wilcox, Nate Anderson, Sean “The Legend” Powell, Khola & more 10pm

Rock

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 New Breed MC, Spring Fling with Heartless 8pm THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Gator Face JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Smooth Talkers 8pm LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Oxford Train CD Release Party w/ The Life & The Years 9pm MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 A Thousand Shades of Cold 8pm

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Widow Maker 10pm-2am RAB’S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 Revolver 10pm-2am SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Northside Johnny 10pm-2am

Rockabilly

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Bobby Henrie & The Goners 9:30pm

Roots Reggae

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Mosaic Foundation 10pm

Southern Rock

SIX POCKETS Ridge Hudson Plaza, E Ridge Rd, 266-1440 Southern Comfort Band 9:30pm1:30am

CONCERTS

CAFE VERITAS AT FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 220 Winton Rd. South, www. cafeveritas.org Pesky J. Nixon 8pm KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Jesse Kneisel Lieder Competition Winner’s Recital 8pm

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PENFIELD HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 25 High School Dr, off Five Mile Line Rd, 385-2698 Chorus of the Genesee Barbershop Harmony Show 7pm ST. PETER’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Clara Barton & School Sts., Dansville, 244-5835 “Every Time I Feel the Spirit: 200 Years of Music by Black Composers” featuring Reginald Mobley, counter tenor; Henry Lebedinsky, piano & harpsichord 7:30pm

DANCE

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Rochester City Ballet: Dance Mix 7:30pm

FESTIVAL

4850 COLLETT RD, FARMINGTON, www.FLCelticfest.webs.com Finger Lakes Celtic Games & Festival 10:30am-6pm *Followed by Celtic Concert/Ceil idh ‘til 9:30pm HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Lilac Festival 10:30am-8:30pm *Art in the Park Show 10:30am5pm *Children’s Stage Entertainment 1-6pm Lilac Stage Music: *Dave McGrath 12noon *Flint Creek 1:30pm *Closing Time 3pm *Paul Cummings & The Crossroad Project 4:30pm *Ransomville 5:30pm *Gwen Sabastian 6:30pm *The Farm 7pm THURSTON ROAD & ARNETT BLVD, 328-5750 Ease on Down Thurston Road Festival 12noon-5pm

KIDS

CENTRAL LIBRARY 115 South Ave, 428-8150 Tail Waggin Tours *Ages 4-12, 11am-12noon NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live Weekend: “Corduroy” 11am-5pm

SHOWS

GATES COMMUNITY CENTER 1605 Buffalo Rd, 247-6100 x234 Gates Community Garage Sale 9am2pm *Leftover Sale 5/21, 9am-5pm GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE & MUSEUM Flint Hill Rd, Mumford, 538-6822 Military Heritage Day 10am-5pm LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Highbanks Recreation Area, 4933600 “Fire on the Genesee” Civil War Encampment 9:30am-4:30pm

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FREETIME May 16 - May 30, 2012 VARIOUS LOCATIONS 389-5140 “On Behalf of Those Who Lie in Yonder Hallowed Ground: True to Our Native Land” Honoring Civil War Troops *9:30-10:15am @ Riverside Cemetery, 2650 Lake Ave. *10:45am-12noon @ Monroe County Office Bldg Atrium, 39 W. Main St. *1:30-3:45pm @ Mount Hope Cemetery, 1133 Mt. Hope Ave.

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Gwinnett Braves 7:05pm HIKING RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Serendipity Walk (Moderate Pace) 11am-2pm ROLLER DERBY Fair & Expo Center, Dome Arena, 2695 E. Henrietta Rd, www. rocderby.com Roc City Roller Derby: B-Sides vs. Chautauqua County Roller Derby’s Babes of Wrath 7pm SOCCER Sahlen’s Stadium, 460 Oak St, 454-KICK Western New York Flash vs. New York Fury 7pm MONROE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 435 E. Henrietta Rd, 334-2595 Bonsai Exhibition & Sale 10am-5pm

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING Parking Lot at Court St. & Exchange Blvd, 428-7863 Do The Right Thing of Rochester Family Safety Day Event 11am-3pm

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 South Pacific 2 & 8pm

RADISSON RIVERSIDE HOTEL 120 E. Main St., www.arsc-audio. org/conference Association for Recorded Sound Collections Conference *Open to general public, see website for schedule SPORTS CENTRE AT M.C.C. 2700 Brighton-Henrietta T.L. Rd., www.rpastamps.org ROPEX 2012 - Rochester Philatelic Association National Stamp Show 10am-5pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Saturday Sun, Moon & Stars 11am 2012:Fact or Fiction 1pm -Fly Me to the Moon 2:30 & 4:30pm -Ring of Fire 3:30pm -Radiohead Laser 9:30pm TEMPLE B’RITH KODESH 2131 Elmwood Ave, www. womensclubofpittsford.org Women’s Club of Pittsford Cabaret Night featuring Cindy Miller & The Brad Batz Quartet 6pm

THEATRE

BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 Grey Gardens 8pm BLACK SHEEP THEATRE Village Gate,D313, 274 N. Goodman St, 643-0836 Working Class Theatre Company presents Noisemaker Blues 7:30pm BRISTOL VALLEY THEATER 151 S Main St, Naples, 374-6318 The Lady with All The Answers 7pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 5pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 Nuts & Bolts Comedy Improv 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET AT WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 8pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 2 & 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Company (Mainstage) 4 & 8:30pm -Two Jews Walk Into a War (Nextstage) 3 & 8pm

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May 16 - May 30, 2012 FREETIME JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 x235 Parade 8pm MUCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Polite Company Improv & Sketch Comedy: Stop the Presses! 8pm PENFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER 1985 Baird Rd, Penfield, 340-8655 Penfield Players: Egad! The Woman in White 8pm STAGES THEATER, AUDITORIUM CENTER 875 E. Main St, 935-7173 Magical Journey Thru Stages presents: West Side Story 7:30pm

SUNDAY MAY

20

CLUBS

Acoustic

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Roc 4 Kids Rehema Home Benefit featuring Crosspoint Free Methodist Church, Webster United Methodist Church, Blessed Hope Community Church, Jeremiah Garcia 4pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Rocky Votolato w/ Kevin Long & Archimedes 8pm

Blues

P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Live Blues 8pm-12mid

Jam/Fusion

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Meta Accord 7-10pm

Jazz

SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Chet Catallo & Todd East and Friends 5-9pm

Karaoke

CJ’S PUB & GRILL 45 Nicols St, Spencerport, 3525772 All Ages Karaoke 1-4pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Rock

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Catch 22 4-10pm SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Dave McGrath 2:30-til

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CONCERTS

CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 36 S. Main St, Pittsford, 244-5835 “Every Time I Feel the Spirit: 200 Years of Music by Black Composers” featuring Reginald Mobley, countertenor; Henry Lebedinsky, piano & Harpsicord 3pm DOWNTOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 121 N. Fitzhugh St, 266-7030 “The Complete Beethoven Violin Sonatras” Series featuring Dr. David Leung, violin; Esther Yau, piano 3:15pm GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale: Kelly & Dinella “Cabaret” 3pm GLAD TIDINGS CHURCH 1980 Culver Rd, 288-1875 Southern Gospel Concert featuring Brothers Forever 10:30am MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 Italian Baroque Organ presentation & Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm PEARCE MEMORIAL CHURCH 4322 Buffalo Rd., N Chili, 4295835 Westside Coalition of Christian Churches Ecumenical Benefit Concert 7pm SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 45 Prince St, 473-2234/ sotarochester.org School of the Arts & Rochester Oratorio Society present: Better Together - A Celebration of Great Choral Classics 2pm WAYNE ARTS 109 W. Miller St., Newark, 315331-4593 Bristol Mountain Bluegrass 2pm

DANCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allens Creek Rd, cdrochester. org English Country Dance w/ music by Crooked Sixpence 6:30-9:30pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Rochester City Ballet: Dance Mix 2pm TANGO CAFE DANCE STUDIO 389 Gregory St, 271-4930 CJ Groovin Tap Dance Jam with Live Music 2-5pm

FESTIVAL

HIGHLAND PARK. Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Lilac Festival 10:30am-8:30pm *Medved Lilac 10K & 5K Family Fun Run 8 & 9am *Art in the Park Show 10:30am5pm *Children’s Stage Entertainment 1-6pm Lilac Stage Music: *T.A.O. 11:30am *Lake Effect 1pm *Aztec Two-Step 2:15pm *Driftwood Sailors 4pm *Coupe de Villes 5:30pm *Southside Johnny 7pm

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Lavender Festival 5th ANNUAL

SAT & SUN t JULY 14 & 15

Olfactory Farm Red Creek, NY Cayuga County

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live Weekend: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Corduroyâ&#x20AC;? 1-5pm

SHOWS

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MONROE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 435 E. Henrietta Rd, 334-2595 Bonsai Exhibition & Sale 10am-5pm MORGAN-MANNING HOUSE 151 Main St, Brockport, 637-3645 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our Old Houseâ&#x20AC;? Auction Fund Raiser 3pm *Viewing of Auction Items 2pm MT HOPE CEMETERY North Gatehouse, 791 Mt Hope Ave, 461-3494 The Bird Watcher Tour 8am RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Fly Me to the Moon 1, 2 & 4pm -Ring of Fire 3pm SONNENBERG GARDENS & MANSION 151 Charlotte St, Canandaigua, www.canandaiguawinetrail.com â&#x20AC;&#x153;Plant Yourself in the Finger Lakesâ&#x20AC;? Spring Garden Party 12noon-5pm

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STAGES THEATER, AUDITORIUM CENTER 875 E. Main St, 935-7173 A Magical Journey Thru Stages presents: West Side Story 2pm

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 with Racesplitter

SPORTS CENTRE AT M.C.C 2700 Brighton-Henrietta T.L. Rd, www.rpastamps.org ROPEX 2012 - Rochester Philatelic Associate National Stamp Show 10am-3pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Gwinnett Braves 1:05pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 South Pacific 2 & 7pm BRISTOL VALLEY THEATER 151 S Main St, Naples, 374-6318 The Lady with All The Answers 2pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET AT WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 8pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sistersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Big Fat Italian Wedding 2 & 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Company (Mainstage) 2 & 7pm -Two Jews Walk Into a War (Nextstage) 3pm JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 x235 Parade 2pm

MAY

21

CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Ketamines w/ Harmonica Lewinski & Buckets 7:30pm

Folk/Pop

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Lacey Lee 7:30-9:30pm

Irish

MCGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels Open Practice 6-9pm

Jazz

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Tony Gianavola 7-10pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Bob DiBaudo Band 5:30-8:30pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

CONCERT

GREEN LANTERN INN One E. Church St, Fairport, www. flowercityjazz.org Dixieland Evening with Ted Howeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tri-City Jazz Band 6:30pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Gwinnett Braves 7:05pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

TUESDAY MAY

22

CLUBS

Acoustic

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 7-10pm

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Acoustic/Rock

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Tinted Image 5:30-8:30pm

WEDNESDAY MAY

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Lobster Quadrille w/ Ghostwriter & Holy Smith! 8pm

Bluegrass

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 String Theory 8pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Kathy / Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina *Karaoke @ 9:30pm

Jam

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Herb Heinz & Friends Pro-Am Jam 8:30pm

Karaoke

JEFFREYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 w/ Cody 7pm-12mid P.I.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 8pm-12mid WINTONAIRE 628 Winton Rd N, 730-8350 Tina P. 9pm-1am

CONCERT

HATCH RECITAL HALL Eastman School East Wing, 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Eastman Community Music School & Brighton Symphony: 18th Century Harp Music 7pm

SHOW

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Gwinnett Braves 11:05am SOCCER Sahlenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stadium, 460 Oak St., 454-KICK Open Cup Match 7:35pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Company (Mainstage) 6pm

23

CLUBS

Acoustic

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Paul Strowe 6:30-10pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Rob & Gary 5:30-8:30pm SCHOONERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Marty Roberts 6-10pm

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SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Algernon Cadwallader w/ Abandoned Buildings Club, Speaker for the Dead, TBA 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Open Blues Jam w/ The King Bees 7:30-11:30pm SMOKINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; JOEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Dave Riccioni & Friends STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Fred Vine 9pm

DJ

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Reggae w/ Djs Ras Courtney & Freak-A-Nature of His Imperial Sounds 8pm-12mid NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Adam/Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Irish

MCGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Waltzes Session 6:30-8:30pm

Jazz

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 KGB 7:30pm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm

Karaoke

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FREETIME May 16 - May 30, 2012 CENTER CAFE 150 Frank DiMino Way, off Manitou Rd, 594-8882 Karaoke 7:30-11pm

THURSDAY MAY

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Open Mic

JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 Open Mic Night w/ Joel Page 7pm

Reggae

Acoustic

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Teagan Ward 6:30-10:30pm CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Acoustic Open Jam w/ Mark Herrmann 8-12mid

Ska

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Open Mic 8pm-1am

DANCE

ROBACH COMMUNITY CENTER Ontario Beach Park, Lake & Beach Aves, 865-3320 Big Band Dance featuring Music Makers w/ The Al Bruno Trio & Tom Monte 6-9pm

SHOW

BLACK BIRD CIDER WORKS 8503 Lower Lake Rd, Barker, NY, 944-8824 Spring Cider & Cheese Pairing *Call for advance tix RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm RIVERSIDE CONVENTION CENTER 123 E Main St, 340-1460 Rochester Press-Radio Club Day of Champions Children’s Charity Day Dinner w/ featured speaker Eli Manning *call for info

THEATRE

BLUE CROSS ARENA One War Memorial Sq, 800-7453000 Cirque du Soleil presents: Dralion 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET AT WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 7pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Company (Mainstage) 7:30pm

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CLUBS

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Spiritual Rez 9pm

THE CLUB AT WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Mrs. Skannotto 8pm

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HARRO EAST BALLROOM 155 N.Chestnut St, 888-512SHOW Whose Live Anyway - featuring Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff David & Chip Esten 8pm

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Amy Montrois 7pm TOWPATH CAFE 6 N. Main St., Fairport, 377-0410 Songwriter Series Open Mic featuring Steve Lyons 7:30-10pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Cosmos w/ The Yummies & Ghostfeeder 7:30pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Dan Schmitt & The Shadows 7:3010:30pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Natalie B Band 9pm P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Pro Blues Jam w/ The Rochester Blues Revue 8pm-12mid STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Mick Hayes & Ezra And The Storm 9pm

Dance

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Salsa Lessons 9:30pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Matt / Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina

Honky Tonk/R & B

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Henry Kearse, piano 8pm

Irish

MCGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Pat Kane 7pm

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May 16 - May 30, 2012 FREETIME

91

MAY 25

FLOGGING MOLLY

The Celtic rock band with a punk attitude, Flogging Molly makes an appearance at the Main Street Armory, May 25.

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Coffey Wachala Duo 7:30-9:30pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Wine & Jazz Happy Hour w/ The Swooners 5:30-8:30pm

Karaoke

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Karaoke w/ Jeff Smith of Detour 8pm-til SALVATORE’S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ DJ Glenn Romano 8:30-11:30pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 3923489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

CONCERT

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 Celebration of the Piano: Music for 2 to 16 Hands featuring Hochstein Piano Faculty 7pm

KIDS

SENECA PARK ZOO 2222 St Paul St, 336-7213 Night at the Zoo 6-8:30pm

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

SPORTS

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

Pop/Rock

BLUE CROSS ARENA One War Memorial Sq, Call 311, or 428-5990 Cirque du Soleil presents: Dralion 7:30pm

Rock

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 7pm

RICHMONDS 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Todd East 6-9pm

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 The Early November w/ the Wonder Years, The Swellers, Young Statues 7pm

Show

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Craft Beer Tasting 6pm

Sixties Rock

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com “Mad Men” Bash (both floors) w/ “Mad Men” Screenings & live music by The Champales 6-11pm

EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Company (Mainstage) 7:30pm MUCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Empire State Lyric Theatre: An Evening of Menotti 7:30pm

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92

FREETIME May 16 - May 30, 2012

FRIDAY MAY

25

CLUBS

Acoustic

SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Lane & Ott 7-11pm TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Acoustic/Rock

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Tinted Image 7:30pm-12mid

Alt-Country

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Tommy Brunett Band 8pm

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BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Ulcerate w/ Sued Krowns, Abdicate & Goemagot 8pm

Bluegrass

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ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Ruckus Juice Jug Stompers 6-9pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Trilogy THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Dan Schmitt & The Shadows DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 10pm SIX POCKETS Ridge Hudson Plaza, E Ridge Rd, 266-1440 Billy Joe & The Blue Gypsies 6-11pm SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Natalie B Band STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 John Bolger Blues Band 9:30pm

Classic Rock

THE NORTH SHORE GRILL 5870 Big Tree Rd, Lakeville, 3462200 Ebb Tide 7-11pm

Country

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Blue Jimmy 9pm

Irish

MCGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Rayce Malone 5pm -Kevin Reynolds & Ken Snyder 8pm

Jam

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 Run for the Roses - Grateful Dead Tribute 9pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Annie Wells 8:30-10:30pm

Karaoke

CJ’S PUB & GRILL 45 Nicols St, Spencerport, 3525772 Karaoke 9pm FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0816 Karaoke 9pm-12mid SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Rock

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Park Ave Band 10pm CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Call For Info JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Small Town 9pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Karma w/ Firered NOLA’S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 Gator Face 10pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Push 10pm-2am PINEAPPLE JACK’S 485 Spencerport Rd, 247-JACK Moon Zombies 9pm RAB’S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 Ransom 10pm-2am SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Jumbo Shrimp 10pm-2am

CONCERTS

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 RPO Pops: A Memorial Day Tribute featuring The U.S. Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors 8pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 232-3221 Flogging Molly 6:30pm

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May 16 - May 30, 2012 FREETIME ST. LUKE & ST. SIMON CYRENE CHURCH 17 S. Fitzhugh St, 546-7730 Two Saints Spring Music Festival: Bruce Frank, organ 12:15pm

FESTIVAL

ONTARIO BEACH PARK Lake & Beach Aves, Charlotte, 888-ROC-BBQ8/roccityribfest.com Roc City Rib Fest 5-11pm

SHOWS

LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Archery Field, near Castile Entrance, balloonsoverletchworth. com Red, White & Blue Balloon Rally 6:30pm LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Museum Area, 493-3616 William Pryor Letchworth Birthday Celebration 9am-1pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Fly Me to the Moon 4pm SENECA PARK ZOO 2222 St Paul St, 336-7200 ZooBrew w/ music by Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 5:30-9pm

SPORTS

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 12:35pm

THEATRE

BLUE CROSS ARENA One War Memorial Sq, 800-745-3000 Cirque du Soleil presents: Dralion 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 8pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Company (Mainstage) 8pm MUCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Empire State Lyric Theatre: An Evening of Menotti 7:30pm

SATURDAY MAY

26

CLUBS

THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Mobile Death Camp w/ Order of the Dead, Malformed, Infernal Abyss & Clear & Present Danger 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Third Degree 7:30-11:30pm THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Industrial Blues Band DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Joe Beard 10pm VILLAGE ROCK CAFE 213 Main St, E Rochester, 5861640 Mama Heart Band 9:30pm-1:30am

Classic Rock

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Patrone, Mancuso & Sampagnaro 8pm FLAHERTY’S HONEOYE FALLS 60 W. Main St., Honeoye Falls, 497-7010 Ebb Tide

Classic Rock & Blues JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Out of the Blue 8pm

Country

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 West of the Mark NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Cold Cross Creek 9pm STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 292-5544 Doublecross 10pm

Funk

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Po Boyz Brass Band 10pm

Irish

MCGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Almost Irish 7-10pm

Acoustic

Jazz

RICHMONDS 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Jeff Martin

HAVANA MOE’S 125 East Ave, 325-1030 East End Jazz Boys 9pm

SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 John Bauer 7-11pm

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Fred Stone 8:30-10:30pm

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0816 Eric Carlin

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BOULDER COFFEE COMPANY 100 Alexander St, 454-7140 Stephane Wrembel 6 & 9pm

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Country

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MAY 27

RUNA, AARON JONES & CLAIRE MANN

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Special Blend 7:30pm-12mid

Karaoke

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Latin

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Ache

Metal

THE CLUB AT WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Sirens & Sailors Mayhem Fest w/ A Faylene Sky, The Paramedic & more 5:30pm MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 DeadRoc Metal Show 7:30pm

Rock

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Seven Witches, Steel Kingdom, Single Bullet Theory 9pm THE NORTH SHORE GRILL 5870 Big Tree Rd, Lakeville, 346-2200 Bandito Bullet w/ Jeff Cosco & Cindy Sams PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Me & The Boyz 10pm-2am SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Polluted Moon 10pm-2am SIX POCKETS Ridge Hudson Plaza, E Ridge Rd, 266-1440 Dirt Child 9:30pm-1:30am WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Breakaway

Rock, Soul & Blues

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Mighty High & Dry 9pm

CONCERTS

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 RPO Pops: A Memorial Day Tribute featuring The U.S. Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors 8pm

FESTIVAL

ONTARIO BEACH PARK Lake & Beach Aves, 888-ROCBBQ8/roccityribfest.com Roc City Rib Fest 11am-11pm

KIDS

The Bop Shop brings a Celtic double feature to Lovin’ Cup Bistro & Brews, hosting contemporary band, Runa, along with Aaron Jones & Claire Mann of Old Blind Dogs fame, May 27.

SHOWS

LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Archery Field, near Castile Entrance, balloonsoverletchworth. com Red, White & Blue Balloon Rally 6am-6:30pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Saturday Sun, Moon & Stars 11am -2012:Fact or Fiction 1pm -Fly Me to the Moon 2:30 & 4:30pm -Ring of Fire 3:30pm -Radiohead Laser 9:30pm

SPORTS

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

BLUE CROSS ARENA One War Memorial Sq, 800-745-3000 Cirque du Soleil presents: Dralion 3:30 & 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 5pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET AT WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 8pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 2 & 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Company (Mainstage) 4 & 8:30pm MUCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Empire State Lyric Theatre: An Evening of Menotti 7:30pm

SUNDAY MAY

27

CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Agonist w/ Freya, Safety Off & Laestrygonia 8pm

Blues

P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Live Blues 8pm-12mid SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Rhythm Dogs 3pm-til

LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Trailside Lodge, 493-3600 Free Learn to Catch a Fish Family Picnic 11am-4pm

SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 The Reinhardts w/ Ron LoCurto 5-9pm

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live Weekend: “Papa Bear” 11am-5pm

Celtic

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Runa, Aaron Jones & Claire Mann 8pm

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Irish

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Traditional Irish Music Session 5pm

Jazz

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Allen Murphy Trio

Karaoke

CJ’S PUB & GRILL 45 Nicols St, Spencerport, 352-5772 All Ages Karaoke 1-4pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Rock

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Call For Info PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 The Skycoasters & The Bud Babes 4-10pm

Variety

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Benefit for Ghana featuring Mosaic Foundation w/ Audioinflux, Subsoil, Skribe, T.A.O., Windsor Folk Family, Evelyn Agran Aborgah, Grupo de Pagodinho & more 5pm

CONCERTS

GREECE TOWN HALL LAWN, One Vince Tofany Blvd, greeceperformingarts.org Greece Concert Band 2pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, www.rochesterjazz. com Bonnie Raitt w/ Marc Cohn 8pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 Italian Baroque Organ presentation & Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm

DANCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allens Creek Rd, cdrochester.org English Country Dance w/ music by Noteworthy 6:30-9:30pm

FESTIVAL

ONTARIO BEACH PARK Lake & Beach Aves, 888-ROCBBQ8/roccityribfest.com Roc City Rib Fest 11am-11pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live Weekend: “Papa Bear” 1-5pm

SHOWS

LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Archery Field, near Castile Entrance, balloonsoverletchworth. com Red, White & Blue Balloon Rally 6am & 6:30pm

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MACEDON CENTER FIREMEN’S FIELD Canandaigua Rd, Macedon Center, 377-0711 Harv’s Harley-Davidson 50th Anniversary Bike Show & Competition 12noon RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Fly Me to the Moon 1, 2 & 4pm -Ring of Fire 3pm

THEATRE

BLUE CROSS ARENA One War Memorial Sq, 800-7453000 Cirque du Soleil presents: Dralion 1 & 5pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET AT WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 3pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 2 & 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Company 2pm (Audio-described) & 7pm (Mainstage)

MONDAY MAY

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Acoustic

SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Paul Strowe 2pm - til

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Micah w/ Sam V, TBA 7:30pm

Irish

MCGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels Open Practice 6-9pm

Jazz

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Tony Gianavola 7-10pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Gap Mangione Solo Piano Series 5:30-8:30pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

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ONTARIO BEACH PARK Lake & Beach Aves, 888-ROCBBQ8/roccitiyribfest.com Roc City Rib Fest 11am-9pm

DOWNTOWN ROCHESTER East Ave & Alexander St, to Main St. & Plymouth Ave, 544-2839 Veterans Memorial & Executive Council Memorial Day Parade 10:30pm

SHOWS

GATES COMMUNITY CENTER 1605 Buffalo Rd, 247-6100 x234 Memorial Day Service 9am LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Archery Field, near Castile Entrance, balloonsoverletchworth.com Red, White & Blue Balloon Rally 6am PENFIELD AMPHITHEATER 3100 Atlantic Ave, Penfield, 340-8655 Penfield’s Memorial Day Ceremony of Remembrance 10:30am RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Fly Me to the Moon 1, 2 & 4pm -Ring of Fire 3pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Empire State Yankees Home Game vs Toledo Mud Hens 4:05pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 7pm

TUESDAY MAY

29

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Acoustic

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Don Christiano - The Beatles Unplugged w/ Special Guest Amos Rose 8-10pm THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 7-10pm

Acoustic/Rock

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Tinted Image 5:30-8:30pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 White Woods w/ The Blind Owl Band, Under the Eaves 8pm

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 String Theory 8pm

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Kathy / LineDance Lessons w/ Dina *Karaoke @ 9:30pm

Karaoke

JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 w/ Cody 7pm-12mid P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 8pm-12mid WINTONAIRE 628 Winton Rd N, 730-8350 Tina P. 9pm-1am

CONCERT

12 CORNERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1200 Winton Rd S, www. goldenlink.org Golden Link Fifth Tuesday Member Showcase Concert featuring Groove Twang, Gordon Munding & The Crawdiddies 7:30pm VILLAGE MUNICIPAL LOT 120 W. Commercial St., East Rochester, eastrochester.org Greece Community Orchestra 7pm

SHOW

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Empire State Yankees Home Game vs Toledo Mud Hens 7:05pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Company (Mainstage) 7:30pm

WEDNESDAY MAY

30

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Acoustic

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Paul Strowe 6:30-10pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Rob & Gary 5:30-8:30pm

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SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Amy & John 6-10pm

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Open Mic

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 292-5544 Annie in the Water 9pm

Acoustic/Rock

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Goodbye Ronnie Album Release Show w/ Melody Calley & The Tempermental Falcons 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Open Blues Jam w/ The King Bees 7:30-11:30pm

DJ

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Reggae w/ DJs Ras Courtney & Freak-A-Nature of His Imperial Sounds 8pm-12mid NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Adam/Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina

Jam

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Count Blastula 9pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Chet Catallo & Todd East and Friends 5-9pm

Karaoke

CENTER CAFE 150 Frank DiMino Way, off Manitou Rd, 594-8882 Karaoke 7:30-11pm

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JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 Open Mic Night w/ Joel Page 7pm

Rock

THE CLUB AT WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Boneyard w/ The Cheetah Whores 8:30pm

CONCERT

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 International Viola Congress Chamber Concerto Concert 8pm

DANCE

ROBACH COMMUNITY CENTER Ontario Beach Park, Lake & Beach Aves, 865-3320 Big Band Dance featuring The Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Band w/ The Al Bruno Trio & Tom Monte 6-9pm

SHOW

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Empire State Yankees Home Game vs Toledo Mud Hens 7:05pm

THEATRE

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET AT WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 7pm EAST END THEATRE 727 E. Main St, 420-8338 The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Company (Mainstage) 2 & 7pm

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