March 2017
Help raise money for Waterloo Little League
1:00 AM - 1:00 AM

Every month Waterloo Laundry Depot choses a local Charity to support. April is Waterloo Little League. Help support the Waterloo Little League by bringing your laundry in on Monday's - 10% of every wash/fluff/fold business in April will be donated to the Waterloo Little League! On Saturday April 15th from 10a - 3p - drop off your winter coats, comforters - Laundry Depot will Launder each item for $12 - of that, Donated to Waterloo Little League will be $4

For more information:
Chuck Hinkel
(315) 651-4466
Burgers with the Bunny
1:00 AM - 1:00 AM

Penn Yan Elks Lodge will be hosting "Burgers with the Bunny" on Sunday April 9th from 3-5. $8 for adults $5 for kids 10 and under & free for tots 1 and under. Meal Coices are a Burger with fries, a Hot dog with fries, Chicken Tenders with fries or Spaghetti.

For more information:
missy gurba
(315) 521-9716
5th Annual Literacy Volunteers of Seneca County Spelling Bee
10:00 AM - 1:00 AM

It's time for the 5th Annual Literacy Volunteers of Seneca County spelling bee!      

The bee will be 10am Saturday, March 25, in the Waterloo High School auditorium on Stark Street. 

Please come as a spectator and cheer on the teams. There will be a silent auction, a book sale, and refreshments. Get out of the house and join us for a fun community event!

For more information:
Literacy Club of Seneca County
Opening Reception and Exhibit: Rhapsody in Blue (Fire and Water)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Opening Reception and Exhibit: Rhapsody in Blue (Sky and Water)

 

It often seems that late winter weather brings on a case of the late winter blues.  At the Arts Center of Yates County, a late March exhibit aims not only to combat those winter blues but to celebrate the blues that surround us.  “Rhapsody in Blue” is the second exhibit in 2017 to focus on the theme of Earth Art.  Featuring work from photographer Howard LeVant and glass artist Eli Applebaum, the exhibit will include works from many local and regional artists that focus on the blues of the sky and streams, ponds, lakes and oceans.

 

After studying under some of the top professional photographers of the age at the Institute of Design in Chicago, Howard LeVant spent almost 20 years as a commercial studio photographer in Chicago.  He began teaching advertising photography at RIT in 1978 and is currently Professor Emeritus at that institution after a distinguished teaching career that included digital imaging, advertising and business course.  He was also the food photographer for Wegmans for almost a decade.  Last year LeVant’s alma mater honored him by creating a permanent archive of his work.

 

Prattsburgh resident Eli Applebaum has been working in a glass studio for more than half his life, starting as a jack-of-all-trades in his father Leon’s studio at age 13.  Applebaum was fascinated by the craft of glass blowing and enjoyed a variety of perspectives on the craft gained over the years from a series of studio apprentices from Eastern Europe.  A graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in international affairs and finance, Applebaum has continued to develop his glass blowing skills by apprenticing with glass artists in the Czech Republic and Holland and the Simon Pearce glass studio in Vermont.  His last adventure was working glass on a Celebrity Cruise ship through a demonstration program organized by the Corning Museum of Glass. 

 

The opening reception for Rhapsody in Blue will be held on Friday, March 24 from 5-7 pm at the Arts Center of Yates County’s Flick Gallery, 127 Main Street in Penn Yan.  This free event will feature music, wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, and the opportunity to talk with the artists.  Everyone is welcome to chase away their late winter blues at Rhapsody in Blue, which will be on display through the month of April.

 

For more information please contact the Arts Center of Yates County at 315-536-8226 or artscenter@ycac.org.  The Arts Center is located at 127 Main Street in Penn Yan.

 

For more information:
Arts Center of Yates County
(315) 536-8226
Agricultural Appreciation Banquet
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

After an unusual winter, and with spring around the corner, local agriculturalists would like to share their passion for farming with their neighbors and friends. 

The community is invited to the Ontario County Agriculture Appreciation Celebration on Friday, March 24, 2017 at Club 86, 86 Avenue E, Geneva, NY. A diverse group of agriculture industry representatives will gather for this event to recognize the vital importance of agriculture in Ontario County and to honor industry leaders. 

The evening begins at 6:00 pm with a social time and a chance to participate in a silent auction to benefit the 4-H Scholarship Fund. The banquet will follow with a buffet dinner, which will include a dessert table featuring Ontario County desserts and local Upstate-Niagara Cooperative Inc. milk. 

Awards for leadership, excellence, and innovation in agriculture will be presented at the banquet including the Rodney Lightfoote Agricultural Viability and Innovation Award for Ontario County, Jackie Kunes Outstanding Woman in Agriculture; Paul and Peg Zimmerman Outstanding Young Farmer; Ralph Jerome Scholarship and Farm Bureau Citizenship Scholarships. A highlight this year will be a presentation by the families of Jackie Kunes, Paul and Peg Zimmerman, Ralph Jerome and Rodney Lightfoote sharing memories of their family member and how they shaped agriculture today in Ontario County. 

Cornell Cooperative Extension, Ontario County Farm Bureau and Ontario County Agricultural Enhancement Board are sponsoring the Agriculture Appreciation Celebration. The cost for the evening is $30.00 per person or $55.00 per couple. For more information and reservations contact Cornell Cooperative Extension at 585-394-3977 x 427 or by email at nea8@cornell.edu

Community Movie Night
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

The Southern Cayuga Anne Frank Tree Project Presents
Community Movie Night!

Friday, March 24th
Chess 6:00 PM 
Free Pizza 6:30 PM
Movie Screening 7:00 PM

Presenting "Queen of Katwe," based on a vibrant true story of a Ugandan girl’s life that changes forever when she
discovers she has an amazing talent for chess, in this celebration of the human spirit.

Southern Cayuga High School • 2384 State Route 34B, Aurora NY 

Pizza & Chess ~ Cafeteria 
Movie Screening ~ Auditorium

• FREE ADMISSION •

SCCSANNEFRANKTREE.ORG

For more information:
Meghan Littlejohn
(585) 000-0000