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1941 Historical Aircraft Group.......... 77 Haul 4 Less......................................59 Spotlight Theatre...............................36
3 Legged Pig BBQ............................43 Hemlock Fair....................................38 Springwater Amish Workshop............10
A B Cole Real Estate..........................90 Hemlock Hills Alpaca Farm................51 Stafford Painters................................44
Adventure Calls Outfitters...................77 Hickory Ridge Golf & RV Resort..........69 Stan’s Harley Davidson......................61
Affordable Floorcovering...................10 Hidden Valley Animal Adventure.........68 Studio Sales & Pottery.......................62
Antique World LLC............................78 Holland Land Office Museum.............49 Sunnyside Cycle Sales.......................78
Arcade & Attica Railroad.....................8 Houghton Letchworth Tamarack Campground.....................15
Arctic Refrigeration & Air Cond..........87 KOA Campground............................16 The Farmer’s Wife.............................32
Art Ah La Carte................................79 Howard Hanna, Batavia......................9 The Oaks at Livingston County
Attica Rodeo....................................44 Howard Hanna, Melissa Carey..........78 Country Club....................................89
Avon Rotary Corn Festival..................95 Howard Hanna, Geneseo..................18 The Ridge Campground.....................17
Barber Hill Wellness..........................99 Howard Hanna, Linda McGory..........69 The Viking Valhalla at the Rose
Barretts Batavia Marine.....................10 Jan’s Smoke Shop.............................60 Garden Bowl....................................70
Batavia Bootery..............................102 Kreative Design Kitchens..................102 Tobacco Free GLOW.........................14
Batavia Country Club........................36 LeRoy Hearth & Home.......................89 Town and Country Agway..................46
Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel.........27 Lickity Splits Ice Cream......................97 Toyota of Batavia..............................94
Batavia Muckdogs............................51 Little Lakes Community Center.............26 Travel Trailer Center..........................17
Batavia Peace Garden.......................40 Livingston County CASA........... 36 & 68 Twisters............................................98
Batavia Players.................................46 Livingston-Wyoming Arc....................77 Union Hose Fire Company.................26
Batavia’s Original.............................43 Livonia Inn.......................................99 Upstate Auto Group..........................62
Beaver Meadow Family Campground...16 Lopez Construction............................98 Uptown Tan......................................80
Big Sky Restaurant & Saloon..............99 M & R Automotive.............................88 Washington Towers...........................51
Body and Face by Kristin...................20 MacDuffie Sand & Gravel................103 Wiley’s Riverside Marina, LLC............98
Bourbon and Burger..........................18 Martin Bros. Chevrolet.......................91 William Kent, Inc. Auctioneers/
Bubba’s Landscape...........................68 Meadowbrook Golf...........................51 Real Estate.......................................98
Bushido Martial Arts..........................61 Minnehan’s Fun Center......................98 Wills Carpet One..............................87
Camp Cherith...................................98 Monroe Industries.............................44 Wolcott Farms....................................8
Camp Wyomoco..............................16 Mount Morris Rotary Italian Festival.....87 Wyoming County Agri-Palooza..........52
Cedar Street Sales & Rentals..............59 National Hotel..................................57 Wyoming County Chamber................53
Clean Cuts Barbershop......................59 Not Dot Shop...................................95 YMCA...............................................7
Cornell Cooperative Extension Noyes Memorial Hospital..................94 Zirbel Automotive..............................90
of Livingston County .........................37 Oak Orchard Canoe.........................59
Creekside Fabrics & Quilting..............38 Oak Orchard Lighthouse Museum.......18
Dansville Artworks.............................54 O-AT-KA Festival...............................43 Cover Photo by Ben Beagle: Young
Davis Countryside Meadows..............75 O’Brien’s Septic................................96 visitor to 2017 Geneseo Airshow plays
Deer Run Winery..............................51 Olcott Beach Carousel Park................70 with a toy biplane while a Stearman
biplane performsin the sky.
Destroyer Golf Park...........................45 Oliver’s Candies...............................54
Dr. Joseph Canzoneri........................55 Orleans County 4-H Fair....................91
Dream Lake Campground..................15 Orleans County Tourism.....................28
Dublin Corners Farm Brewery.............91 Overhead Door Co...........................78
East Aurora Flea Market......................3 Quality Inn, Geneseo......................104 Brought to you by

Empire Access..................................25 Quiet Times Golf Course....................94


Empire Real Estate.................... 38 & 67 R.A. Haitz Co. Inc...............................2
EUROCAFÉ......................................77 Rancho Viejo......................................6
Ficarella’s Pizzeria............................69 Rector Hicks Funeral Home.................22 Publisher: Michael Messerly
First Choice Travel.............................61 River Rock Cottages...........................62 Editors: Ben Beagle & Matt Krueger
Free Spirit Leather...........................102 RKK Trucking & Excavating................96
Gatherings at the Depot.....................88 Roberts Farm Market.........................31
Advertising Manager: Jen Zambito
Genesee Country Campground..........16 Rock & Roll Bar.................................45 Sales: Bridget Gass, Shelley Gillman,
Genesee Country Village & Museum...35 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.......11 Denise Martin, Amy Mault, Ami Quigley,
Genesee County Fair.........................96 Rochester Skydivers...........................40
Scottie’s Detail Auto Body..................54
Kim Roberts, Jen Vasi
Genesee Valley Council on the Arts.....79
Geneseo Computers..........................80 Shake on the Lake.............................72 Art Director: Heather Zerillo
Geneseo Farmer’s Market....................5 Silver Lake Brewing Co......................12 Graphic Artists: Holly Benkleman,
Geneseo Rotary Summer Festival........88 Simply Homespun.............................65
Geneseo Summer Concert Series........89 Skyline Camping Resort & RV.............15
Michelle Dries, Pat Moss
Geneseo Theatres.............................80 Sleepy Hollow Lake Campground.......17 Project Coordinator: Colleen Kemp
Green Harbor Campground...............15 Smith Lumber & Hardware...................6
Cover Photographer: Ben Beagle
Gullos Kitchen & Bath........................70 Smith’s Great Outdoors......................95
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Fabulous festivals,
entertaining events
A major highlight of WORLD WAR II WEEKEND
summer in the four-county June 9-10 • Arcade &
GLOW region is the many Attica Railroad, 278 Main
community festivals that St., Arcade • 492-3100,
take place. https://www.aarailroad.com/
In Livingston County, the Departures leave at 1 p.m.
season includes early June Watch battles rage, ride the
events such as the Francis trains. Visit the camps and
Bellamy’s Glory Day and talk with re-enactors, check
the Photographer’s Dream out live displays with mil-
Day at Mount Morris Dam. itary vehicles and a flame-
Add in Geneseo’s Sum- thrower. Admission applies.
mer Fest, Ring of Fire
events on Conesus and
Silver lakes or Avon’s Corn
GLORY DAY FEST
Festival for more fun. And June 9 • 11 a.m. •
don’t forget the state Festi- Mount Morris
val of Balloons that floats The festival is an annual
into Dansville at the end of celebration of Flag Day
summer. and the birthplace of Fran-
If you’re willing to take cis Bellamy, author of the
a short drive, you can find Pledge of Allegiance. Fam-
luscious strawberries at ily-friendly events include a Courtney Weimar/For The Livingston County News, File Photo
Albion’s Strawberry Festi- petting zoo, arts and crafts,
A bagpiper marches in the 2017 Francis Bellamy Glory Day
val, the music-filled Ramble food, sidewalk sales, games parade in Mount Morris. The day is an annual celebration
Music and Arts Festival in for kids, music, and tours at of Flag day in the birthplace of Francis Bellamy, author of
Batavia’s Jackson Square, a the Mills Mansion. Mount the Pledge of Allegiance.
converted alley that is now Morris Central School is
a popular music destination, hosting a fun run, student Please, no pets in the park dors and distilleries and
Le Roy’s long-running art show and Art-in-the- that day. Free admission. sample their locally made
Oatka Festival, or a Civil Park Chalking Event with bourbons and whiskeys
War re-enactment set on a prizes. A tribute to histor- BATAVIA BOURBON during the first Batavia
train along the Arcade & ical residents will include Bourbon and Whiskey Fest.
Francis Bellamy, Ross & WHISKEY FEST Buffalo football legend and
Attica Railroad.
Festivals provide a per- Barnes, Sarah Bradford and June 9 • 3 to 7 p.m. • Hall of Famer Thurman
fect summer family escape John Wesley Powell. Batavia Downs, 8315 Park Thomas will also be on site.
– for a day or a couple of The Francis Bellamy Road, Batavia • www.bata-
hours. Check our list, save Memorial Parade starts at viadownsgaming.com
a date and venture out this 6 p.m. on Main Street and Explore numerous ven- See EVENTS T6
summer. heads to Bellamy Park on
Lackawanna Avenue for June 28 - October 18
ALBION STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL family fun night. Fireworks
at 9:30 p.m.
June 8-9 • 11 a.m. to 9
p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 9
p.m. Saturday • Downtown BERGEN PARK FESTIVAL
Albion, Main Street, Albi- June 9 • Noon to 11 p.m.
on. www.albionstrawberry- Downtown Bergen, Route
festival.com 19, Bergen
The festival marks its Fun-filled family day.
32nd anniversary this year. Parade, food and craft ven-
Parade begins at 10 a.m. dors, music, 40-foot obsta-
on Saturday. Events include cle course and new bounce
crafts, food vendors, raffle house. This year’s theme is
and musical entertainment. “Honoring Our Military.”
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Events park culminating with one


huge yoga class at Archery
Field overlooking the gorge.
From T5 Food and holistic products
vendors. In collaboration
NYS YOGA FESTIVAL with HIKYOGA.
AT LETCHWORTH STATE PARK
June 9 • 10 a.m. to 6 EMPIRE STATE PULLERS
p.m. TRUCK & TRACTOR PULL
A truly inspirational day June 9 • 4 p.m. (gates
full of yoga instruction by open at 2 p.m.) • Dansville
various teachers in several Municipal Airport, Route
locations throughout the
See EVENTS T8

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Events Join the U.S. Army Corps


of Engineers and the Can-
yon Camera Club for a day
and enjoy farming in Wyo-
ming County.
activities and vintage VWs
on display.
Donation $5 per person,
From T6 of picture taking and learn- children 16 and under free.
ing. Enjoy photo seminars, LIMA’S GERMAN FESTIVAL /
63 and Shay Road • photo walks and tours of CAMP LIMA BLOSSOM FESTIVAL CARNIVAL AT BATAVIA DOWNS
519-5455 or the dam. Free public event. June 10 • noon to 7
June 10 • 10 a.m. to
empirestatepullers.com p.m. • 2375 Pond Rd., take
Route 5 & 20 to Factory 4 p.m. • Batavia Downs,
Five classes of trucks ORLEANS COUNTY
and tractors. Sanctioned by Hollow Road and follow 8315 Park Road, Batavia •
Empire State Pullers, Pro
OPEN TOURNAMENT the signs www.bataviadownsgaming.
Pulling League and Lucas June 10-11 • Festival includes German com
Oil. Point Breeze music, entertainment, bev- See EVENTS T12
Food and beverage stands The fishing tournament erages and food, children’s
on site, including a chicken features five salmon and

Wolcott Farms
barbecue and beer tent. five trout making up the
Admission: adults $15, legal catch, and no commu-
children 7-12 $5, 6 and nications.
younger free. Free parking. 4 Seasons of Family Fun LLC
Sponsored by Union Hose AGRI-PALOOZA
Company No. 1. Rain date • Horseback Riding & Driving
June 10 • noon to 4 p.m. (Children to Adults)
is June 10 at 1 p.m. • Pankow Farm, 5808 Glen
Iris Road, Castile • www. • Pony/Horse Birthday Parties
PHOTOGRAPHERS DREAM DAY facebook.com/agripalooza • Indoor & Outdoor Arena, Trails
June 9 • 10 a.m. to 3 Agri-Palooza is an excit-
p.m. • Mount Morris Dam ing, one-day event on a 4085 Quakertown Rd., Warsaw
& Recreation Area, 6103 working farm in Wyoming Call or
Text (585) 786-3504
Visitor Center Rd., Mount County. The public is invit-
Morris • 658-4790 ed to discover, experience
www.wolcottfarms.com

Arcade & Attica Railroad 278 Main Street, Arcade, NY


2018 Special Events
WWII WEEKEND June 9th & 10th GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY
Visit camps, see military displays, meet and talk to WWII September 22 & 23 Ride back in time to the Wild West
reenactors, witness demonstrations. and keep a weathered eye on the horizon for greedy outlaws!
FATHER’S DAY June 16th & 17th WINE TASTERS September 29 - 5pm
Fathers ride FREE! Sat. 1pm, Sun. 11am & 2pm ALE & CIDER TASTING October 20 - 5pm
Great sampling of drinks served with delicious snacks along
KIDS DAY WEEKEND! July 13, 14 & 15 the way. Adults ONLY! Prepaid reservations only. Tickets $35.
Ride the train and enjoy a clown, balloon animals, face
painting, bounce houses & lots more! Hot Dogs and ice FALL FOLIAGE - Weekends in October!
cream available at Curriers Staton! Come see the beautiful hills in WNY as the leaves change.
CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT COLUMBUS DAY - Monday, October 8 - 1pm
August 11 & 12 Step back in time and right into the mid-
SENIOR FALL FOLIAGE - Wed. October 10 & 17 - 2pm
dle of the fray! Vist encampments and talk with reenactors!
HALLOWEEN HAUNTED EXPRESS October 27 & 28
MURDER MYSTERY DINNER THEATER
11am and 2pm. Ride in costume the weekend before
July 28, August 4 & 18, September 8 & 22 - 5pm
Halloween to the Haunted Curriers Depot. Fun for all ages.
Enjoy a fun filled evening of adventure & mayhem! Ride the
rails behind our diesel locomotive. A delicious dinner will be NORTH POLE EXPRESS November & December
at Curriers Station. Tickets $55. Reservations required Check website for all dates and times.

Order Tickets online at www.aarailroad.com or call 585-492-3100


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Events
From T8

Bring your family for a


fun day filled with bounce
houses, train rides, pony
rides and more kid-friendly
entertainment. With over
100 vendors, you’ll have
just as much fun as the kids.
Admission is free.

NEW YORK STATE


PUPPET FESTIVAL
June 14-24 • various
times • Theatre@37, 37
Main St., Perry • www.
newyorkstatepuppetfestival.
org
The New York State
Puppet Festival will be the
first of its kind in the state,
a gathering of game-chang- Genesee Country Village and Museum Photo
ing, internationally renown Museum interpreters, attired in the distinctive dress of the Regency Era, discuss the
puppet artists and masters unease brought by The War of 1812 at the Genesee Country Village and Museum in Mum-
to perform their works and ford, which holds an annual War of 1812 and Jane Austen Weekend June 23-24.
discuss emerging topics in
the art form. Organized by raffles and more. Watch the ies with a craft-pint glass WAR OF 1812
Shake on the Lake founder Clay Olympics competition special and barbecue lunch AND JANE AUSTEN WEEKEND
Josh Rice. throughout the weekend. buffet deal. June 23-24 • 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. • Genesee Country
CELTIC FAIRE GENESEE VALLEY FARE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOIREE II, Village & Museum, 1410
June 16 • 10 a.m. to 4 Flint Hill Rd., Mumford •
AND WARE FESTIVAL ART IN THE ARBORETUM 538-6822, www.gcv.org
p.m. • Genesee Country June 16-17 • 11 a.m. to June 20 • 4 p.m. until
Village & Museum, 1410 The village comes to life
6 p.m. dark • Cobblestone Muse- with re-enactors portraying
Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • Highbanks Recreation um, 14393 Ridge Road,
538-6822, www.gcv.org shopkeepers, housewives,
Area • Letchworth State Albion • 589-9013 • www. merchants and soldiers
A day of song, dance and cobblestonemuseum.org
Park • 493-3600 amidst the sounds of fifes
an array of authentic food Garden tours, artists and
A celebration of local and drums, cannons and
and drink to honor the Scots their art, music. Wine and
food, beverage tastings and muskets. Austen-era music
and Irish and their rich heri- light refreshments will be
art. Also live music and and dancing. Admission.
tage that is present through-
demonstrations. available. Suggested dona-
out the region. Admission. See EVENTS T13
Presented by Livingston tion is $10.
Arts with Livingston Coun-
WNY POTTERY FESTIVAL ty Chamber of Commerce Beer Spotted at Silver Lake Brewing Project
June 16-17 • Saturday and Letchworth State Park. (but we’re waiting on the serpent)
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. FATHER’S DAY CAR SHOW
Studio Sales Pottery,
5557 Routes 5 & 20, Avon & BEER FESTIVAL
• 226-3030 • June 16-17 • 9 a.m. to
wnypottery.com 5 p.m. • Darien Lake
The festival is a jur- Amusement Park •
ied, clay exclusive show www.darienlake.com
that consists of local and Bring Dad and the fam- Proud To Be Made In Wyoming County
national professional artists. ily for a weekend of cars,
Pottery making and firing coasters and cold-ones.
Open: Wednesday - Sunday
demonstrations, kids in clay There will be great choices 14 Borden Avenue, Perry, NY
opportunities, food, music, of craft and local brewer- www.silverlakebrewingproject.com
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Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo


Kaylee Smith looks out of the bounce house at the 2017 Picnic in the Park in Batavia’s Centennial Park.

Events trades and crafts with cos-


tumed re-enactors in each
of the buildings on the
matinees, chicken barbecue,
parade, live entertainment,
fireworks.
Park.

RING OF FIRE
From T12 museum grounds. July 3 • 10 p.m. •
3RD OF JULY FIREWORKS Silver Lake
TOWN OF BARRE BICENTENNIAL PATRIOTIC SERVICE Residences along the
WITH RING OF FIRE
June 29-July 1 • July 1 • 11 a.m. • Cob- shore line of Silver Lake
July 3 • 10 p.m. • Cone-
Barre Town Park blestone Museum, 14393 light flares and fires. Fire-
sus Lake
The Town of Barre will Ridge Road, Albion • works at 10 p.m.
Originally an old Seneca
celebrate its bicentennial 589-9013 • www.cobble- Indian tradition, this Inde-
throughout the weekend stonemuseum.org pendence Day celebration is GO-ART! PICNIC IN THE PARK
with special events held Celebrate our nation’s the highlight of the summer July 4 • 11 a.m. to 5
mainly at Barre Town Park.
Independence Day with on Conesus Lake. p.m. • Centennial Park,
Events include a parade, When the Seneca Indians
style in the 1834 Cobble- Batavia • 343-9313 •
antique car and tractor were the sole residents of
stone Church. An 11 a.m. www.goart.org
show, games and contests, Conesus Lake they would
delicious fool, fireworks, patriotic service is planned As Picnic in the Park
with spirited music, read- gather around fires around celebrates its 40th year,
and live music. the lake to celebrate the
ings and refreshments. the theme will be 1940s.
beauty and abundance of There will be music and
HISTORIC TRADES FAIR the lake. performances on the Main
WARSAW FIREMEN’S
June 30 • 11 a.m. to 5 Lake residents light flares Stage. Art vendors, food
p.m. • Cobblestone Muse- FOURTH OF JULY CARNIVAL at 10 p.m. along the entire and family activities. Free
um, 14393 Ridge Road, July 2-4 • Warsaw Town shoreline of the lake creat- admission. Presented by the
Albion • 589-9013 • www. Park, Liberty Street, War- ing a ring of fire. The night Genesee-Orleans Regional
cobblestonemuseum.org saw • www.warsawfirede- is highlighted by fireworks Arts Council.
An artisan fair with partment.com displays. Public viewing at
demonstrations on historic Midway rides, kiddie Vitale Park or Long Point See EVENTS T19
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Did you know?

People who periodically experience difficulty sleeping


may benefit from spending more time outdoors. Accord-
ing to researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder,
sleeping outside can be beneficial to the sleep-wake cycle.
That’s because spending time under the stars increases
melatonin levels in the body. Melatonin is a hormone that
controls wakefulness. Higher levels help the body relax
and induce sleep. The researchers found that individuals
who spent a weekend in the woods camping out at night
fell asleep earlier and rose an hour and a half earlier in

GUIDE TO LOCAL the morning. For those who don’t like to camp, increasing
exposure to daylight and then avoiding sources of artifi-
cial light (i.e., televisions and cellphones) at night can help
CAMPGROUNDS create a similar effect.

• Cigarette litter is poisonous,


putting children, pets and
wildlife at risk

• Secondhand smoke exposure


is hazardous to your health,
even outdoors

For more information please contact Tobacco Free GLOW at 585-219-4064


Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 15

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LOCAL
CAMP
GROUNDS

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Enjoy Fishing and
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GUIDE TO
LOCAL
CAMP
GROUNDS

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• Dumping Station • Propane Exchange • Firewood
716.542.4336
6920 Mt. Morris/Nunda Road (Route 408), Mount Morris, NY 14510
theridgecampground.com • (585)658-4709
18 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Oak Orchard
Sun’s Out...
RING OF FIRE
Lighthouse Museum

Buns out.
14357 Ontario Street
Kent (Point Breeze), NY
Purchase your personalized
brick for the Memorial
Walkway at the Oak Orchard
Doug McFarland/For The LCN, File Photo
Harbor Lighthouse on the
Fireworks light up the sky shores of Lake Ontario, USA!
above Conesus Lake on Learn more at

Bourbon & Burger Co.


July 3, 2017, during the
OakOrchardLighthouse.org
annual Ring of Fire. Silver
Lake in Wyoming County
offers a similar event. Come Visit us! 9 Jackson Street, Batavia • (585) 219-4242
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 19

Events RAMBLE MUSIC AND ART FEST


July 7 • 10 a.m. to 9
p.m. • Jackson Square,
From T13 between Jackson and Cen-
ter streets, Batavia • www.
FOURTH OF JULY downtownbataviany.com
LIONS CLUB CELEBRATION Musicians of different
July 4 • Lyndonville genres and styles play all
Central School, 77 Housel the day on multiple stages.
Ave., Lyndonville. There will also be artisans
Events include: Arts & and a kid’s zone. Free.
Crafts Show from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. with over 60 AMERICANA DAY
vendors, parade at noon, July 7 • 11 a.m. • Nunda
chicken barbecue from 1-3 Village Park
p.m. for first seating and This event features free
3-5 p.m. for second seating ice cream sundaes, car
(tickets $10.00). Entertain- cruise, Warsaw Barber-
ment and activities include: shoppers, street dance and
bounce house for kids from more. Sponsored by Trinity
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., concert Church of Nunda.
by Gates Keystone Club,
Police Pipes & Drums at
1:30 p.m., WNY Garden ALEXANDER TRACTOR PULLS
Tractor Pull from 1-4 p.m. July 7-8 •
and Orleans Hospice Duck www.alexanderfd.com
Race at 3 p.m. at John- The event kicks off with
son’s Creek. “The Who a community movie night
Dats” Band will be at High on Thursday. Then resumes
School Parking Lot at 7 Friday night with a chicken
p.m. with a fireworks dis- barbecue and vendors, live
play at 10 p.m. Rain Date: band, beer tent, bounce
July 5. house ($10/child), kiddie
parade, tractor pull and
JULY 4TH FIREWORKS more all weekend.
CELEBRATION
July 4 • 9:45 p.m. • Mark GENESEO ROTARY
Doug McFarland/For The LCN, File Photo

Tubbs Memorial Park, Jessica Barrett from Nunda finished third in the sack race SUMMER FESTIVAL
Ziegler Drive, off 15A, at the 2017 York-Leicester Field Day. This year’s event is
scheduled for July 6, with a rain date of July 7. July 6-7 • Geneseo Vil-
Lima lage Park • Main and Park
Gather the family and streets • geneseorotary.com
bring your chairs or blan- day’s festivities, highlighted YORK LEICESTER FIELD DAY
by the swearing in of new WITH FIREWORKS Enjoy musical concerts,
kets to watch the fireworks entertainment, delicious
show. American citizens. Admis- July 6 • 7 p.m. • York
sion applies. food, arts and crafts ven-
Central School grounds, dors, and petting zoo in the
INDEPENDENCE DAY Routes 63 and 36, Village Park during this
July 4 • 10 a.m. to 4 JAM IN THE VALLEY Greigsville annual event. Downtown
p.m. • Genesee Country July 5-7 • Buffalo Hill Admission is free. Events businesses have sidewalk
Village & Museum, 1410 Village Campgrounds, 1629 include opening and closing sales starting Thursday.
Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • Route 20A, Varysburg • ceremonies, games for all The Rochester Philhar-
538-6822, www.gcv.org www.jaminthevalley.com ages, music, refreshment, monic Orchestra will per-
The patriotic and spirited Some of the top names in face painting, jump house form its Summer Spectac-
festivities that turned July country music play the fes- for kids and raffles. A ular with fireworks Friday
4th into America’s great- tival at Buffalo Hill Village fireworks display will com- night at 8:30 p.m., Saratoga
est national holiday still Campgrounds in Varysburg. mence at dusk. The event, Field, SUNY Geneseo.
flourish in this year’s grand Performers include Drake in its 65th year, is supported Admission.
celebration. White & The Big Fire, Billy by donations. The Teddy Bear Parade
Join the hoopla of tradi- Currington, Brett Young School rules prohibit begins on the grounds of
tional American pageantry, and Cole Swindell. For alcoholic beverages, smok- St. Michael’s Episcopal
marching bands and mer- information or tickets, visit ing, pets and outside ven-
rymaking that comprise the www.jaminthevalley.com. dors. Rain date is July 7. See EVENTS T20
20 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Mark Gutman/The Daily News File Photo, 2017


Rebecca Crocker of Mount Morris creates a Mona Lisa with sidewalk chalk at the 2017 Perry Chalk Art Festival.

Events PERRY CHALK ART FESTIVAL


July 14 • Downtown
Perry • www.perrychalkfes-
GENESEO AIRSHOW
“GREATEST SHOW ON TURF”
July 13-15 • National
planes and talk with pilots.
Visit the 1941 Historical
Aircraft Group Museum.
From T19 tival.com Warplane Museum and Air- Food and merchandise ven-
A full day of music and field, 3489 Big Tree Lane, dors and kid zone. Aircraft
Church, 23 Main St. at activities accompanies the arrive Friday (gates open
10:30 a.m. on Saturday, off Route 63, Geneseo •
annual chalk art competi- 243-2100 • nationalwar- 6 a.m.). Admission. July
then marches down Main tion. This year’s theme for 14 and 15, performances
Street to the Village Park. planemuseum.com
the competition is “Illu- More than six hours of from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
A free Skycoasters concert sions.” Artists each show (gates 7 a.m.). Admission.
starts at 8 p.m. on Saturday flying demonstrations of
their take on the theme to World War II and Korean
in the park. turn a concrete square in era aircraft. See vintage See EVENTS T21
the plaza into a work of art.
TASTE OF STAFFORD Live music, farmers market,
July 12 • 5 to 8 p.m. •
Stafford Museum of His-
face painting, Tour de Per’-
RY and Taste of Summer.
... A Day Spa
tory, Routes 5 and 237,
Stafford
Many local flavors you
WARSAW VALLEY FEST
In The Village
July 12-14 • Downtown
know and love will be Warsaw
there, so bring your friends Massage Therapy • Facials • Body Treatments • Waxing
Scavenger hunt, chil-
even those that aren’t so dren’s activities, outdoor
local. Help them experience vendors, music, community
the great food we have to 58 Main Street, Geneseo
yard sales, merchant side-
offer. Bring a chair and walk sales, food from local 585.243.3350
relax for the day and don’t restaurants and more. www.bodyandfacebykristin.com
forget to check out the
silent auction.
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 21

Ben Beagle/Livingston County News File Photo, 2017


A jet fighter is framed between the propeller of the P-51 Mustang known as Quick Silver during the 2017 Geneseo
Airshow at the Genesee Airfield off Big Tree Lane, Geneseo. The annual show, known as “The Greatest Show on Turf,”
features both vintage warbirds and more modern aircraft.

Events State Park


The BPO will perform
classical and pop favorites
From T20 culminating with a grand
fireworks display over the
OATKA FESTIVAL gorge at 9:30 p.m. Bring
July 14-15 • Downtown your blankets and chairs to
Le Roy • spend a glorious one-of-a-
www.oatkafestival.org kind evening.
This is the 30th year for Daytime events include a
the annual festival. Parade variety of live music pop-up
will begin at 11 a.m. on concerts and performance
Saturday and will be held vignettes by Shake on the
on Lent Avenue, Le Roy. Lake, the Shakespeare the-
Tri the Oatka’s Get Fit ater troupe based in Perry.
Race on Saturday. Arts – For more on this
and crafts show and family summer’s Shake on the Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo, 2017
oriented entertainment. The Lake production, turn to Playing at the 2017 Oatka Festival is the Old Hippies.
Duck Derby will begin at 5 page 82.
p.m. on Sunday. Regatta at story time, crafts, games, your teddy bear or stuffed
1:30 p.m. Sunday. and a raptor exhibit from animal and a picnic lunch.
TEDDY BEAR FAMILY PICNIC
July 21 • 1 to 4 p.m. • Wild Wings. Entertainment
BUFFALO PHILHARMONIC Trailside Lodge, Letch- includes Tea Kettle Music
ORCHESTRA CONCERT worth State Park Company, Mr. Scribbles
July 14 • 8 p.m. • The family event fea- and Perry Ground, a Native
Archery Field, Letchworth tures a teddy bear parade, American storyteller. Bring See EVENTS T22
22 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo, 2017


Owen Beecher pets a cow during the Genesee County Fair. Each of the four GLOW-region counties, including
Livingston, Orleans and Wyoming counties host county fairs during July and August.

Events and Museum commemo-


rates the national conflict
that raged more than 150
family to see and do: fun
rides and midway, Cincin-
nati Circus, petting zoo,
ORLEANS COUNTY FAIR
July 23-28 • Orleans
County Fairgrounds, 12690
From T21 years ago and shaped the food stands, tractor pulls, Route 31, Albion • 798-
United States of today. demolition derby, harness 5191 • www.orleans4-hfair.
CONESUS LAKE ASSOCIATION Each day sees two battles racing, horse pull, racing com
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW at 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. pigs, talent show, quilt Greased pole climbing
July 21-22 • Long Point Townsfolk occupying the show, and monster trucks. contests, talent shows, pie
Park • West Lake Road village will offer musical Also check out the many eating contests, chainsaw
(Route 256) and Long Point concerts and vignettes exhibits and demonstra- art, tractor pulls and live
Road, Geneseo depicting civilian life tions. Every evening great entertainment including
Come see the top-quality during the war. Explore the bands are scheduled to per- bands and a magician.
crafters including jewelry, military camps. Admission. form. Admission. Admission.
jams and jellies, pies, pho-
tography and more. Enjoy GENESEE COUNTY FAIR
the entertainment and food
July 17-22 • Genesee
court on beautiful Conesus See EVENTS T23
County Fairgrounds, 5056
Lake. Face painting and
alpacas for the children. East Main Street Rd., Bata-
Hours: Saturday 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to
via • www.gcfair.com
Midway rides, stock car RECTOR-HICKS
Funeral Home, INC
4 p.m. Free admission and racing, demolition derby,
parking. and tractor pulls. Fair
Queen and Princess Pag-
eant. Traditional Services • Cremation Services
CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT Pre-Arrangements • Medicaid Counseling
& ENCAMPMENT HEMLOCK “LITTLE WORLD’S” FAIR
July 21-22 • 10 a.m. to July 17-21 • Hemlock
111 Main Street • Geneseo
4 p.m. • Genesee Country Fairgrounds, Route 15A • Frank T. Hicks • F. Scott Hicks • Derek S. Hicks
Village & Museum, 1410 367-3370 •
Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • hemlockfair.org Tel: 585-243-0995
538-6822, www.gcv.org This summer event offers rector-hicksfuneralhome.com
Genesee Country Village something for the whole
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 23

Ben Beagle/Livingston County News File Photo, 2017


Terry Page of Perry competes in the antique tractor pull hosted by the Genesee Valley Antique Tractor Club during the
2017 Hemlock “Little World’s” Fair. Page’s tractor is a 1958 Oliver – the most recent year allowed in the competition.

Events ets are $30; $40 for VIP and $10 for
designated drivers.

From T22 WEST SPARTA


CORNING GLASSBARGE IN HOLLEY OLD-FASHIONED DAY
July 24 • 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Erie July 28 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • West
Canal, Holley Sparta Town Park, 8302 Kysor-
GlassBarge from Corning Museum ville-Byersville Rd. •
of Glass and the Lois McClure schoo- townofwestsparta.org
ner from Lake Champlain Maritime A celebration of the history and
Museum will be in Holley as part of rural heritage of the Town of West
their four-month journey from New Sparta, including music, children’s
York City to Corning. The GlassBarge activities, petting zoo, antique cars
will provide glassblowing demonstra- and tractors, craft and food vendors,
tions on its deck. The Lois McClure is living history program and more.
a replica of an 1862 canal barge. Visi-
tors may board both boats. YORK VALLEY FEST
July 28 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • York
BEERTAVIA CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL Central School, 2578 Genesee St.,
July 28 • 3 to 6 p.m. • Alva Place Greigsville • 243-3128,
and Bank Street parking lot, Batavia • yorkvalleyfest.com
www.downtownbataviany.com Start the day with a pancake break-
The Daily News File Photo, 2017
The fourth annual craft beer festival fast under the tent from 8 to 10:30
offers samples from more than 20 a.m. and a 5K run and family fun run,
A contestant in the pie-eating contest New York craft breweries and cideries
at the 2017 Orleans County Fair goes
all-in face-first on the competition.
along with food and live music. Tick- See EVENTS T24
24 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Nick Serrata/For The Livingston County News, File Photo, 2017


Livonia’s Tessa Artruc (far left) and her father, Paul tries to play catchup to the DEC’s Danielle (center/right) and her
husband Mike Miles in the 2nd heat during the Anything that Floats Regatta at Vitale Park in Lakeville.

Events BEAVER MEADOW’S


WILD SUMMER
July 28 • 11 a.m. to 4
Center • 633-1117, www.
kingdombound.org
Christian music festi-
calf roping, barrel racing
and team penning. Live
music Thursday, Friday and
From T23
p.m. • Beaver Meadow val featuring speakers, Saturday. Admission.
Audubon Center, 1610 seminars, family fun and
registration at 8 a.m. Events musical artists. This year’s LIMA CROSSROADS BLUES
Welch Rd., North Java
and entertainment begin at lineup includes TobyMac
457-3228 • FESTIVAL
10 a.m., new this year is a and Brett Ullman. Darien
www.buffaloaudubon.org August 3-5 •
closest to the pin contest. Lake rides and attractions
This summer family event available. Admission. limabluesfest.com
Also petting zoo, arts, crafts will create memories for a
and food vendors, Now and Friday waterball tour-
lifetime. Explore Beaver nament at 6 p.m. and free
Then ag equipment display, Meadow through playing SHAKE ON THE LAKE music starts at 8 p.m. Satur-
car cruise, farmers market, in nature. Visit the pop-up July 30-Aug. 4 • 6 p.m. • day features kids activities,
children games, raffles Nature Play area, craft a Perry Public Beach, petting zoo, bed races at 1
and door prizes. Also fin- crown made with natural Silver Lake • p.m., euchre tournament,
gerprinting by Livingston materials and build a fairy www.shakeonthelake.org Euro Bungy, Limasonic,
County Sheriff’s Office. house. Everyone will enjoy The outdoor Shakespeare crafts, and music. Food
paddling the pond, playing festival returns for its sev- vendors 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
“ANYTHING THAT FLOATS” in the mud and catching enth year with “Richard Sunday includes crafts,
REGATTA ON CONESUS LAKE insects in the meadow. III.” food, and more music.
July 28 • 11 a.m. • Vitale There’s more in store for
Park, Lakeville • people of all ages to enjoy a ATTICA RODEO
hands-on day in the woods. CCC RECOGNITION DAY
chipholtnaturecenter.org Aug. 2-5 • Exchange Aug. 4 • 10 a.m. to 4
Build your own boat of Create your own adventure.
Street Arena, 38 Exchange p.m. • Octagon Shelter,
recycled materials and race Admission
St., Attica • Lower Falls area, Letch-
other teams. Prizes, music, www.atticarodeo.com worth State Park • 493-3600
food, and good times. $50 KINGDOM BOUND This year is the 61st Join interpretive hikes to
entry fee. For rules, check July 29-Aug. 1 • Darien annual event, which is various Civilian Conser-
the web. Sponsored by the Lake Theme Park, 9993 a nationally recognized
Chip Holt Nature Center. Alleghany Road, Darien rodeo; bronc & bull riding, See EVENTS T26
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 25

Not happy with your


current Cable company?
26 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Events p.m. • Long Point Park,


Conesus Lake, West Lake
(Route 256) and Long Point
From T24 roads, Geneseo
Old time country music
vation Corps sites within on stage. Off stage jam
Letchworth and learn of the sessions. Food concession
CCC’s contribution to the and chicken barbecue. Free
development of the Park. admission and parking.

CHALK WALK & ARTS FEST ROCK THE PARK 5


Aug. 4 • 10 a.m. to 4 Aug. 4 • 9 a.m. to 10
p.m. • Downtown Dansville p.m. • Bullard Park, East
• 335-6920, Avenue, Albion •
dansvilleartworks.com. www.facebook.com/rock-
Come and see the creative bullardpark
sidewalk chalk art, demon- Rock the Park is a benefit
strations, live music by music and arts festival to
Steel Alchemy Community raise money for renovations
Steel Band, and a juried arts at Bullard Park in Albion.
and crafts show and sale in There will be a day full of
historic downtown district. live music, along with craft
Free and open to the pub- and artisan vendors, food
lic. This event held rain or vendors and drinks of both
shine. the adult and non-alcoholic
variety.
LONG POINT PARK
FIDDLERS’ PICNIC
Aug. 4 • 11 a.m. to 8
See EVENTS T29

Pro Pulling League - Lucas Oil


ESP - Outlaw Pulling Series
Tractor & Truck Pull
Saturday, June 9th, 2018 @ 3pm
Dansville Airport, Rt 63 & Shay Rd., Dansville, NY
Rain Date Sunday June 10th @ 3:00pm Sponsered by: ADVANCED SALE GATE
Gates Open @ 2:00pm
Pull Starts @ 3:00pm Sharp Union Hose Adults
Kids
$13.00
$ 4.00
$15.00
$ 5.00
Food & Beverage Stands Fire Co. #1 6 & Under Free Free
Beer Tent
Advance sale tickets available
Free Parking Napa of Dansville, The Village Clipper of
Bring Chairs/Blankets Dansville, Community Bank of Dansville,
and Five Star Bank of Dansville, Geneseo
No Coolers, No Pets Gary Swede Farms, Inc.
Independent Dealer
and Warsaw, Hunt’s Auto Parts of Dansville
*CLASSES*
For More Information
CHICKEN
4 Wheel Drive Diesel
Street Stock Semis & Hot Rods Please Call:
BBQ
9300 Super Farm 1500 HP
Henry Everman (585) 721-5185
6500 Light Super Stock 2500 HP
7500 Modified 4000 HP Jim Putney (585) 519-5455
Heavy Super Stock 4:00PM Gotta See It To Believe It!
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 27
28 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 29

Photograph Courtesy of Genesee Country Village & Museum


Young fans of Laura Ingalls Wilder experiment with wooden washboards during a previous “Wilder Weekend,” a cele-
bration of the stories of Laura Ingalls Wilder at Genesee Country Village & Museum, Mumford.

Events Tractor pulls, slow truck


race, Saturday Evening
Dinner, parade, flea market
ORLEANS COUNTY ROTARY
FISHING DERBY
Aug. 4-19 •
the artifacts housed in the
historic Pioneer Cabin and
Museum.
From T26 and more. Lake Ontario, Orleans
County • 589-5570, www. NATIONAL SILVER BALL
SWEETS IN SUMMER WILDER WEEKEND rotaryfishingderby.com TOURNAMENT
Aug. 4 • 11 a.m. to 3 Aug. 4-5 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This long-time favorite Aug. 10-12 • Genesee
p.m. • Downtown Medina • • Genesee Country Village offers a $4,000 grand prize Country Village & Muse-
www.medinabusiness.org/ & Museum, 1410 Flint Hill and more than $10,000 um, 1410 Flint Hill Rd.,
sweets-in-summer Rd., Mumford • 538-6822, in cash and prizes. Lake Mumford • 538-6822,
Join us in Historic Down- www.gcv.org Ontario waters from the www.gcv.org
town Medina for our fifth Celebrate the stories of Niagara River to the Gen- Vintage clubs from
annual Sweets in Summer Laura Ingalls Wilder, one esee River are the eligible around the Northeast, Mid-
event. You get 24 sweet of the most popular writer waters for this trout and west and Canada will visit
tastings of ice cream, cook- of 19th-century frontier salmon derby. the replica park to compete
ies, candy, smoothies and life and learn about ties to in a round-robin tourney.
fruit per ticket. Western New York. Many PIONEER PICNIC The games are played by
family activities can be Aug. 5 • 11 a.m. to 5 1868 rules – no gloves
ANTIQUE TRUCK, FARM & found throughout the his- p.m. • Pioneer Cabin and or protective equipment
CONSTRUCTION SHOW toric village. Admission Museum, 3727 Walker Rd., allowed. Admission applies.
Aug. 4-5 • applies. Perry
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A day of honoring the
Stafford Fireman’s first settlers, with a day
Grounds, Route 5, Stafford filled with family entertain-
• 768-6503 ment, music and tours of See EVENTS T30
30 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Joe Granita/For The Livingston County News File Photo, 2017


The New York State Festival of Balloons in Dansville begins with a traditional balloon glow that illuminates the night.

Events Hemlock • Facebook: Little


Lakes Community Center
or www.littlelakesny.org
WYOMING COUNTY FAIR
Aug. 11-18 • Wyoming
County Fairgrounds, 70
and parking. Springwater
Webster Crossing Historical
Society Museum on South
From T29 Come out and enjoy this Main St., Pike • 493-5626, Main Street will be open
trio with amazing harmo- wyomingcountyfair.org to the pubic. Sponsored by
AVON ROTARY CORN FESTIVAL nies and original songwrit- Exhibits, demonstra- Springwater Gala.
Aug. 11 • 10 a.m. to 6 ing in Americana/folk and tions, midway rides, horse
p.m. • Downtown Avon • bluegrass style music. Fun shows, livestock, flowers, MOUNT MORRIS ROTARY
avonrotary.com dance or upbeat listening farm products, home arts,
Events include live enter- music. ITALIAN FESTIVAL
working antique displays,
tainment all day on three parades and tractor pulls. Aug. 17-19 • Bellamy
stages, food court, games, Free admission. $5 parking Park, Lackawanna Avenue •
CIVIL WAR DAYS mountmorrisnyrotaryitalian-
arts and craft vendors, Kids fee.
Zone, corn eating contest Aug. 11-12 • Arcade & fest.com
at noon, souvenir t-shirts Attica Railroad, 278 Main This great family event
St., Arcade • 492-3100, SPRINGWATER COMMUNITY DAY features arts and crafts, Ital-
and 50/50 raffle. Free out- Aug. 12 • Larry J. Can-
https://www.aarailroad.com/ ian and American cuisines,
door concert featuring the ute Memorial Park, School
Departures leave at 11 lots of entertainment. The
Skycoasters is scheduled Street, Springwater
a.m. and 2 p.m. Watch the children’s area includes
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. A pancake breakfast is
battles rage, ride the trains, bounce house, pony rides,
Free admission, parking and scheduled from 7 to 10:30
see the Blue and Grey fight- petting zoo and Mr. Scrib-
shuttle bus service. a.m. Check out the clas-
ing on and off the train. bles. Enjoy the spectacular
Visit the camps and talk sic car show and antique fireworks display set to
BROTHERS BLUE BAND with the soldiers, experienc- tractor pulls starting at 9 music on Saturday night.
Aug. 11 • 6:30 p.m. • ing how the civilians lived a.m. A chicken barbecue Sunday features the Good
Little Lakes Community in the 1860s. Admission will begin at 11 a.m. until
Center • 4705 S. Main St., applies. sold out. Free admission See EVENTS T31
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 31

Events
From T30

Ol’ Boys Car Club car


show. Shuttle buses to and
from parking and Main
Street shops.

METRO 10 RACE
Aug. 18 • Orleans County
• www.metro10race.com
The Third Annual Metro
10 pits two unique running
communities (Rochester
and Buffalo) against each
other in a friendly compe-
tition where every runner’s
time counts. You choose the
city closest to your heart.
The 2018 event promises
to be bigger and better
with an earlier start time of
Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo, 2017
8:20 a.m. Due to popular
demand, there is also offer- Jerry Bertolo makes adjustments to the cylinder of a Fricks 65 H Eclipse tractor during
ing a 5-mile option. Sign up the annual Alexander Gas and Steam Engine Rally. This year’s rally will celebrate 50
years.
at runsignup.com
36, Dansville • 335-9260, tage items on the grounds and 6 p.m. and Monday
OLD-TIME FIDDLERS’ FAIR poagshole.com of the Museum, at this at 6 a.m. Event highlights
Aug. 18-19 • 10 a.m. to One of the largest hill- fundraiser. include arts and craft ven-
4 p.m. • Genesee Country climbs in the country. Lots dors, food court, tethered
Village & Museum, 1410 of vendors offering food, NEW YORK STATE rides, free entertainment,
Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • merchandise and more. rides and amusements for
FESTIVAL OF BALLOONS
538-6822, www.gcv.org Admission $20; children 10 children, and a car show.
and under free. Parking is Aug. 30-Sept. 3 (Labor No pets (service dogs
Come for the history, stay Day weekend) • Dansville allowed), coolers, alco-
for revelry. The weekend $5. Event takes place rain
Municipal Airport entrance hol or drones on festival
features more than 100 or shine.
on Maple Street, Dansville • grounds. Entrance fee.
musicians on four stages. - 335-8418 • nysfob.com
from polished professional STONE TOOL TECHNOLOGY SHOW The festival begins with a
to the youngest beginner. Aug. 24-26 • 10 a.m. to free balloon glow Thursday
Enjoy the non-stop enter- 6 p.m. • Highbanks Rec- from 8:30 to 10 p.m. Daily
tainment. Held rain or reation Area, Letchworth balloon flights (weather
shine. Admission applies. State Park • 493-3600 permitting) Friday 6 p.m., See EVENTS T32
This event features Saturday and Sunday 6 a.m.
GERMANFEST flintknapping, stone tool
Aug. 25 • noon to 6 p.m. making demonstrations,
• Attica Veterans Park, Native American crafts and
Exchange St., Attica • 19th century mountain men
www.atticalions.org encampment, and Atl-Atl
Come celebrate all things competition. Pick Your Own
German with food, music • Strawberries • Christmas Trees
and entertainment for the ATTIC TREASURES SALE • Raspberries • Blueberries
entire family.
Aug. 25 • 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. • Livingston County
• Apples • and More! 798-4247
POAGS HOLE PROFESSIONAL Historical Society Museum, You will be delighted with our wide variety of seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables. This season starts with
our strawberries. Both u-pick and already picked available. The summer season continues with fruits and
MOTORCYCLE HILLCLIMB 30 Center St., Geneseo • vegetables, both freshly picked and u-pick, and brought to you from our garden and various local farm-
Aug. 19 • 12:30 p.m. 243-9147 or email ers. Large quantities are offered for some of the fruits and vegetables. Call ahead and place your order.
(gates open 9 a.m.) • 10401 lchistory@frontier.com
Poags Hole Rd., off Route Shop for quality and vin- 11170 Maple Ridge Rd. • Medina, NY 14103
32 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Events auction, book sale, chil-


dren’s games, historical
exhibits and entertainment.
From T31
CAR SHOW AT BULLARD PARK
OAKFIELD LABOR DAZE REVIVAL Sept. 8 • 11 a.m. to 1
Sept. 1-3 • Triangle Park, p.m. • Bullard Park,
South Main St., Oakfield • Route 31, Albion
oakfieldbetterment.com The fifth annual Car
Every day music, food, Show at Bullard Park will
games, crafters, all designed benefit Hospice of Orle-
for family fun. The 5K run ans County. Food, drinks,
is Saturday; fireworks are raffles, trophies, prizes.
Sunday, parade and car $10 entry fee – classics,
cruise are Monday. Present- customs, bikes, trikes and
ed by the Oakfield Better- unique – all welcome. Rain
ment Society. date is Sept. 23.
SUMMER FAREWELL FESTIVAL NATIVE AMERICAN &
Sept. 2 • 3 p.m. to 9:30
p.m. • Highbanks Recre- PIONEER HERITAGE DAY
ation Area, Letchworth Sept. 15 • 10 a.m. to
State Park • 493-3600 4 p.m. • Trailside Lodge
This event is a great way Area, Letchworth State Park
to say good-bye to summer • 493-3600
– live bands, family activi- Enjoy watching Native
ties, food and great firework American dancers perform
show. Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo, 2017 traditional dances and learn
Judy Bufano works on a watercolor on Main Street in Per-
about their cultural signif-
ry during the En Plein Aire Art Festival. icance. The day’s events
ST. ROCCO’S ITALIAN FESTIVAL
will include craft demon-
Sept. 2 • noon to 5 p.m. and steam-powered engines. LIVONIA AUTUMN IN THE VILLAGE strations as well as a variety
• St. Rocco’s Festival See antique tractors, steam of demonstrations related to
Grounds, Hulberton Sept. 8 •
engines, gas engines, log 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Native American and pio-
Homemade Italian food sawing, threshing, tractor neer life.
and baked Goods. Spaghetti Enjoy arts and crafts
pulls, models, woodwork- vendors, food, music, free
dinner, theme basket raf- ing, flea market, parades,
fles, produce market, live inflatables for children and PIECES OF PERRY
antique car display, food, much more.
music, kids games, bocce live music, blacksmith EN PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL
tournament (registration call shop. Visit www.alexander- Sept. 15 • 10 a.m. to 5
638-6100). steamshow.com. BRICK HOUSE CORNER’S FAIR p.m. • Main Street, Perry •
Sept. 8 • 10 a.m. to 4 www.iloveperryny.com
HOPS HARVEST FESTIVAL ORLEANS COUNTY p.m. • Pembroke Town Artists paint and create
Sept. 3 • 10 a.m. to 4 Hall, Routes 5 and 77, artworks en plein air on
p.m. • Genesee Country
HERITAGE FESTIVAL Corfu • 599-4892 Saturday and exhibit/auc-
Village & Museum, 1410 Sept. 7-16 • various sites Day includes a Chinese tion them on Sunday.
Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • in Orleans County
538-6822, www.gcv.org The Orleans Coun-
Harken back to the days ty Heritage Festival is a
county-wide celebration
We Offer All Local
when hop growing was king
with family celebrations of of historical and cultural
attractions. Participants will
Products From
hop crops and brewing.
visit a host of locations to
deepen their appreciation of Local People!
WNY GAS & STEAM ENGINE the region’s people, places,
ASSOCIATION RALLY organizations and assets
Shanon Harkins
Sept. 6-9 • 9 a.m. to 9 based on selected themes. Cristen Kingston
p.m. Thursday through
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Best Pizza and Ice Cream in Pavilion!
Sunday • 10294 Gillate 585-584-8088 • Rt. 63, Pavilion
Rd., Alexander Hours: Mon. - Sun.: 10:30am-8:30pm
Celebrate 50 years of gas-
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Ted Bartlett will present a program, “Architectural History and Development of Glen Iris Inn,” on Aug. 1 as part of the
annual “Learn About Letchworth” lecture series. Presentations begins July 11.

Lectures explore Genesee River region


The annual “Learn About New York’s First Com- tion of the John L. Wehle summer; they have a fasci-
Letchworth Series” will mercial Winery.” The New Gallery at Genesee Country nating story to tell. Elijah
explore life “In and Around York State commercial wine Village and Museum. For Kruger, environmental edu-
the Genesee River” this industry started in Naples the last 15,000 years, we cator at Humphrey Nature
summer. and Hammondsport, right? have valued dogs for their Center, will discuss the life
Lectures are scheduled Well, not really. Discover keen senses of smell, sight histories of these beautiful
for 7 p.m. Wednesdays in the story of York Wines, a and hearing that are superi- insects, their annual migra-
Humphrey Nature Center at forgotten winery in the Gen- or to our own. Along with tion, and what they can tell
Letchworth State Park. esee Valley, from historian a strong prey instinct and us about the human world.
The schedule: Jane Oakes. stamina, these character- The Humphrey Nature Cen-
n July 11, “Tenting n July 25, “Erie Canal.” istics made dogs ideal for ter raises monarch caterpil-
Tonight - The History of Allegany County historian hunting, retrieving, herding, lars, which will be on dis-
Camp William and the Craig Braack presents the racing and guarding – as play before and after the
Parade Grounds.” Local program. well as being endearing and
program.
historian Tom Cook pres- n Aug. 1, “Architectural faithful friends. Tice will
ents the story of Letchworth History and Development of use paintings, prints and The Learn About Letch-
Park’s Civil War camp. Glen Iris Inn.” sculpture along with curious worth Series is provid-
Using maps, diaries, news- Ted Bartlett will present objects from the past. ed through a partnership
paper accounts and photo- the program. n Aug. 22, “A Lost World: between the state Office of
graphs he will explore why n Aug. 8, “Native Amer- Rochester 1918.” The pro- Parks, Recreation, and His-
and how the local camp was ican Culture in the Genesee gram will be presented by toric Preservation and the
established, the life of the Valley.” Program will be Michael Brown, a history Genesee Valley Council on
Union soldiers who trained presented by Peter Jemison. professor from Rochester the Arts.
there, and how the camp n Aug. 15, “Working Like Institute of Technology. For more information, call
developed into today’s pop- a Dog.” Patricia Tice will n Aug. 29, “Magnificent Letchworth State Park at
ular picnic area. explore the special relation- Monarchs.” Monarch but- (585) 493-3600 or Genesee
n July 18, “York Wines ship between dogs and peo- terflies are more than just Valley Council on the Arts
– The Surprising Story of ple through the art collec- a symbol of the ending of at (585) 243-6785.
34 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Races require pedal power or fleet feet


Whether on wheels or by
foot there are a variety of
races offered in the Gene-
see Valley for those who
are powerful of the pedal or
fleet of feet. Here’s a look at
selected races:
Bike Races
June 9: American Rock Salt
Race Series. The event
features beginners to top
amateurs (and retired pro-
fessionals) from all over the
East Coast and Canada.
Races start at 6 p.m. at
Perry-Warsaw Airport, 6522
Perry Ave, Perry, with the Elite
Men’s race going off at 9:10
under the lights for a true
stadium-esque experience.
Athletes will compete on a
closed track for cash, prizes
and glory. There will also be a
free kids race for kids 12 and
younger. There will be food,
drink, music, raffles and live The American Rock Salt Race series features three races – two at Perry-Warsaw Airport,
announcing for those attend- and a third through the village of Avon. This is the fifth year of the series created by Liv-
ing. Admission is free. For ingston Cycling Club and sponsored by American Rock Salt.
more information, visit www.
ridelcc.com. over the East Coast and Can- race along the Letchworth Rd.). Registration: www.gen-
July 14: Tour de Perry: Pre- ada. Athletes will compete on Branch of the Finger Lakes eseevalleyconservancy.org/
sented by The Arc of Living- a closed track for cash, prizes Trail beginning and ending at race; half-marathon is $48
ston Wyoming at 8 a.m. in and glory. There will also be a the Mount Morris Dam and (June 1-30) and day of race is
Perry Village Park, 106 Lake free kids race for kids 12 and Recreation Area, 6103 Visitor
younger. There will be food, Center Rd. For details visit: $80; 5K is $20 (June 1-30)
St. Three rides to choose and day of race is $30. Online
from: 17-mile Loop de Lake, drink, music, raffles and live www.ultrasignup.com. A por-
a relaxing, mostly flat ride announcing for those attend- tion of the registration will be registration closes on Aug.
along quiet scenic roads and ing. For more information, visit donated to the Finger Lakes 31. All proceeds support Gen-
the Letchworth valley, the www.ridelcc.com. Trail Conference to support, esee Valley Conservancy. Info:
31-mile Loop de Longer, a protect, and enhance portions oaktree@geneseevalleyconser-
July 22: American Rock Salt of the Finger Lakes Trail.
new route that offers a little Race Series. The third race vancy.org.
bit from the other two rides, of the series will feature a Aug. 18: Metro 10 Race. The
or 53-mile Letchworth Loop, Third Annual Metro 10 race Sept. 8: Glen Iris 5K Run/
longer loop through the village
with 3,000 feet of climbing up of Avon. For more information, in Orleans County pits two Walk. Race begins at Trout
and down hills through Wyo- visit www.ridelcc.com. unique running communi- Pond in Letchworth State
ming County and Letchworth ties (Rochester and Buffalo) Park, registration at 7:30 a.m.
State Park. Register or learn against each other in a friend- with the race beginning at 9
more: https://www.bikereg.
com/tour-de-perry. Questions Foot Races ly competition where every run-
ner’s time counts. You choose
a.m. Book Worm Wiggle, a
Suzanne Johnsen, 658-2828 July 28: York Valley Fest 5K the city closest to your heart. 100-yard race for kids begins
ext. 133 or sjohnsen@lwarc. Run and Family Fun Run. The 2018 event promises to at 10 a.m. Registration-cas-
org. All proceeds benefit The Begins at 9 a.m. at York Cen- be bigger and better with an tilelibrary.blogspot.com (GI5K
Arc. tral School (2578 Genesee earlier start time of 8:20 a.m. tab); 5K is $20 online/$25
St.) and ends at the school Due to popular demand, it is day of race and Book Worm
July 21: American Rock Salt track. Registration: www. also offering a 5-mile option. Wiggle is $10. T-shirts for first
Race Series. Similar to the yorkvalleyfest.com: $20 for Sign up at runsignup.com. For
June 9 event, but with a 3 students; $25 for individuals; 250 pre-registered for 5K.
more information, go to www.
p.m. start time at Perry-War- $65 for family (three or more) All proceeds support Castile
metro10race.com
saw Airport, 6522 Perry Ave, by 4 p.m. July 27. T-shirts for Library Fund. Information:
Perry. Races will end before all who register online by July Sept. 2: Oak Tree Half Mara- racedirector@gleniris5K@
dark so the racers can pre- 22. Race director contact: thon and 5K Run/Walk. Half
pare to race the next morning marathon begins at 8 a.m. gmail.com. More information
yorkvfest5k@gmail.com. can be found at castilelibrary.
in Avon. event features begin- with the 5K beginning at 8:15
ners to top amateurs (and Aug. 12: “Dam” Good Trail a.m.; both start near Geneseo blogspot.com under the Glen
retired professionals) from all Race. A 20K off-road running Central School (4050 Avon Iris 5K tab.
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BATAVIA Batavia Country Club


COUNTRY 7909 Batavia-Byron Rd., Batavia
CLUB
343-7600 • www.bataviacc.com

4 person Senior Special (Weekdays)


$25 person — 18 holes riding with lunch

• Discounts daily all summer when


booked online at bataviacc.com
• SUMMER & FALL — small or
large outing dates still available
Matinee prices before 5pm every day
Super Saver Tuesdays - Matinee all day & free • junior golf camps in july, info at
popcorn with a drink purchase bataviacc.com
Always first run movies
Three screens to choose from Clubhouse open To publiC For
Get out of the heat into air conditioned
theaters with comfy new seats!
Weddings, banqueTs, eTC.
23 South Main Street,
Warsaw
585-786-2222
thespotlighttheaters.com
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38 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

PICK THE PERFECT FISH

Elizabeth “Betsy”
Matthews
Associate RE Broker, GRI, CBR
Cell: (585) 370-5131
RealtorBetsy@gmail.com

Holly Harvey
Associate RE Broker
Cell: (585) 414-4845
h.h.harvey@frontierrnet.net

5901 Big Tree Rd Lakeville, NY 14480


Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo, 2017
Office: (585) 346-2222 • Fax: (585) 203-9200
Benjamin Neth picks his fish during the Peace Garden
Fish Derby at the 39th annual Picnic in the Park in Bat-
avia last year. The Picnic in the Park is a Fourth of July
tradition in Genesee County.

Take A Drive &


See Our Barn Quilt,
and stop in for a visit!
Open 7 Days A Week
Available Online Anytime
July 17 - 21, 2018
Five Days of Affordable Family Fun Elite Gold Dealer Of
Pay One Price Admission
Nightly Grandstand Shows 237 Main St.
Demolition Derbies Sewing Machines
Arcade
Huge Midway and More & Products www.creeksidefabrics.com 585-492-4226

www.HemlockFair.org Wyoming County Chamber Member


Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 39

Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News


A turkey vultures is shown perched in a tree at Letchworth State Park. Birdwatching is a popular activity in the park.

Oh, the places you can go ...


From beautiful nature ally, but its vastness means The Park is home to Hike No. 1 at Mount Morris
preserves and state parks you won’t feel crowded. many sites of interest to Dam, is a 1.8-mile round
to educational museums The Glen Iris Inn and students of colonial times. trip hike that starts at the
and historic districts, the Restaurant, overlooking the A statue of Mary Jemison, dam parking lot. During this
four-county GLOW region Middle Falls, was home to “The White Woman of short, easygoing hike, you
holds a plethora of parks William Pryor Letchworth. the Genesee” is near an will see spectacular views
and attractions for this sum- Facilities include picnic Indian Council House and of the gorge and Mount
mer. sites, campsites, swimming an authentic Seneca Long Morris Dam.
Take a look at some of pools, a museum, river raft- House. Finger Lakes Trail Pass-
the best offerings from ing, balloon launches, his- A full schedule of events ports Booklets are available
Genesee, Livingston, Orle- torical re-enactments, guid- range from festivals to lec- at the Mount Morris Dam
ans and Wyoming counties: ed hikes, an October craft tures and guided walks. Visitor Center, 6103 Visitor
show and other activities. Information: (585) 493- Center Rd., Mount Morris.
The Humphrey Nature 3600, parks.ny.gov. For information: finger-

Regional Center offers year-round


experiences for all ages.It FINGER LAKES TRAIL
lakestrail.org. or 658-9320.

features interactive exhibits This is New York’s lon- GENESEE VALLEY


LETCHWORTH STATE PARK and programming that high- gest continuous hiking trail GREENWAY TRAIL
Letchworth State Park light the plants and animals, system. The Finger Lakes A 90-mile trail that cov-
and its “Grand Canyon of geology and river ecology Trail Passport Hike system ers five counties. Hike,
the East” is the jewel of the of the Genesee Valley. is a series of fun, easy hikes bike, cross country ski or
region’s natural attractions. There’s also a butterfly gar- designed to introduce you bird watch. Also horseback
The park regularly draws den, bird observation station to the Finger Lakes Trail.
about 750,000 people annu- and many trails. The Finger Lakes Trail See PLACES T40
40 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Places SPRINGWATER TRAILS


ORGANIZATION
The Springwater Trails
From T39 Organization plans weekly
hikes that take advantage
riding and snowmobiling in of natural geographical
designated areas. Informa- resources and surrounding
tion: www.fogvg.org. beauty. The hikes are bro-
ken up into different skill
GENESEE VALLEY CONSERVANCY levels so everyone can take
The Genesee Valley advantage of what the area
Conservancy leads guided has to offer. Springwater
walks on protected farm- Trails organize volunteers
land and wilderness areas in to build and maintain trails
Livingston County – with within the Springwater area.
occasional canoe excursions Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News
The calendar of events
down the Genesee River. can be found on the web-
Visitors to the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge in Gene-
The Conservancy also hosts see County are on the lookout for eagles.
site, springwatertrails.org.
the Oak Tree Half Mara- Springwater Trails can be
thon and 5K run. to train and ride together insurance waiver and are contacted by email to info@
For more information and without having to trek to asked to pay a $15 mem- springwatertrails.org.
a schedule, see geneseeval- Rochester or Buffalo. bership fee for the season.
leyconservancy.org or call The club is accessible First-timers can try a ride IROQUOIS NATIONAL
243-2190. to riders of all experiences for free. WILDLIFE REFUGE
and ability levels. It hosts a Social rides depart at 6 The refuge serves primar-
LIVINGSTON CYCLING CLUB Wednesday night social ride p.m. April through August. ily as a nesting, feeding,
Tony Sylor and Steve from Cyclepath Bike Shop, The route is announced resting and staging areas
French started the club in 79 Main St., Geneseo, and a each week via email. for migratory waterfowl.
2010 to bring riders togeth- race series. For a schedule of events,
er in Livingston County All riders must sign an go to ridelcc.com See PLACES T41

Thank you Batavia &


Genesee County for helping to make
this beautiful garden possible.
Here you will also see a memory/celebration walk,
a monument of Paulo Busti who was responsible for
the settlement of the area, a military monument with
a globe of the world, a design of a mill stone to hon-
or the placement of the early settlement as it is along
side a creek, several benches for a peaceful safe place
to relax right at the crossroads of western New York.
There will be 23 flags flying that will represents each
country that has a garden and a three sided informa-
tion kiosk to announce community events.
Come and enjoy all the beautiful flowers from tulips,
daffodils, intermixed w/catmint, coral bells, black
eyed susan’s, autumn joy sedum, red-twig dogwood,
lilac and many many more.
Stay tuned for exciting summer events from
the Daily News & our facebook page
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 41

Mark Gutman/The Daily News


Zak King and Brianna Wesche of LeRoy fish together at the Dewitt Recreation Area in Batavia.

Places BATAVIA
AUSTIN PARK
St. Information: 345-6305.

DEWITT RECREATION AREA


leries in Batavia and Albi-
on. Information: 343-9313,
www.goart.org.
From T40 Located on 6.7 acres A former sand and gravel
in the center of the City. quarry turned public park in HOLLAND LAND OFFICE MUSEUM
The varied habitats support Includes a large playground,
about 266 species of birds, the city of Batavia. Hiking The museum is housed
backstop for softball prac- trails, picnic shelters, play- in the old Holland Land
42 species of mammals, tice, large open field, spray
plus reptiles, fish, amphibi- ground, walking path, fish- Office building, from which
park from Memorial Day to ing. 115 Cedar St., Batavia. surveyors established the
ans and insects. Bald eagles Labor Day, pavilion with
have maintained an active Information: www.co. communities in Western
electricity, picnic tables and genesee.ny.us/departments/ New York. Hours are 10
nest on the refuge since a charcoal grill, and bath-
1986. The refuge is one parks/dewitthistory.html a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday
rooms. 15 Jefferson Ave. through Saturdays. There is
of more than 540 National Information: 345-6305.
Wildlife Refuges in the a suggested donation of $2
FARRALL PARK
United States managed by for adults, $1 for children
BATAVIA PEACE GARDEN A neighborhood park on and $5 for families. 131
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife the Southside with tennis
Service. Part of an international West Main St. Information:
courts, a basketball half- 343-4727, www.holland-
Features three hiking initiative, the garden honors
court, playground, pavilion landoffice.com.
trails. The visitor center peace between nations and
with electricity, picnic
is open from 7:30 a.m. to Batavia’s history. Located
tables and charcoal grill.
4 p.m. Monday through next to the Holland Land KIBBE PARK
Office Museum, 131 West 101-111 Otis St. Informa-
Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. tion: 345-6305. An 11-acre creekside park
Saturday and Sunday. 1101 Main St. Information: 343- with a softball field, basket-
Casey Rd., Basom. 2387, www.bataviapeace- ball courts, tennis courts,
Information: 948-5445, garden.com. GENESEE-ORLEANS playground, pavilion with
www.fws.gov/refuge/iro- REGIONAL ARTS COUNCIL electricity, picnic tables
quois/about.html. CENTENNIAL PARK Founded in 1962, GO and charcoal grill. 105-111
A 14-acre natural setting. ART! is dedicated to devel- Kibbe Ave. Information:
Site of several summer oping the cultural life of 345-6305.
Genesee events, including the annual
July 4 Picnic in the Park
Genesee and Orleans coun-
ties. The main art gallery is LAMBERT PARK
County and the weekly summer
concert series for the Bata-
via Concert Band. 151 State
located at Seymour Place,
201 East Main St., Batavia.
There are two satellite gal-
A quiet, neighborhood
See PLACES T42
42 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Places
From T41

playground, pavilion with


electricity, picnic tables and
charcoal grill. 100 Verona
Ave. Information: 345-
6305.

LIONS PARK
Home of Tonawanda
Valley Girls Softball and
Batavia Bull Dawg’s youth
football. Also has horseshoe
pits, pavilion with electric-
ity, picnic tables and char-
coal grill. 11 Wallace St.
Information: 345-6305.

MACARTHUR PARK Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo, 2017


Adjacent to Dwyer Stadi- Cal Tillotson and her daughter, Emma, look for seeds during a nature walk at the Gene-
um, 299 Bank St., MacAr- see County Park Interpretive Center, Bethany.
thur Park is a 21-acre park
that serves as the home fishing, boating, picnick- Darien p.m. Sunday. 23 East Main
to the Batavia Youth ing, swimming, camping, St. Information: 768-7433,
Bureau, T-Ball, Minor/ playgrounds, as well as DARIEN LAKE AMUSEMENT PARK www.jellogallery.org.
Major League Youth Base- trap, rifle, pistol, and field The premiere theme park
ball, Batavia Little League archery courses. in Western New York, THE RIDGE NY
and Challenger Baseball. Information: P.O. Box Darien Lake offers nearly
217, Bergen, 343-8390, RECREATION & CAMPING
Besides baseball this park 50 rides, including roller
also has five tennis courts www.godfreyspond.com. coasters and water slides. The recreation area
and a playground. 252B 9993 Alleghany Road (Rt. features hiking, biking,
State St. Information: 345- 77), Darien Center. swimming, camping, and a
Bethany live summer concert series.
6305. Information: 599-4641,
GENESEE COUNTY PARK & FOREST www.darienlake.com. 8101 Conlon Rd. Infor-
Recognized as the first mation: 768-4883, www.
PRINGLE PARK the-ridgeny.com.
A small, neighborhood county forest in New York DARIEN LAKES STATE PARK
park with a playground and State, the park was estab-
Hills, woodlands, ravines
a basketball half-court. 14
Pringle Ave. Information:
lished in 1915. It features
more than 430 acres of
and streams surround the
12-acre Harlow Lake. There
Livingston
forest, rolling hills, 10 miles
345-6305.
of trails, five ponds, and
a variety of wildlife, trees
are 154 campsites, a beach,
playgrounds, horseback rid- County
WILLIAMS PARK and woodland plants. 11095 ing trails, picnic areas, fish-
The city’s largest park at Bethany Center Road, East ing and hiking. 10475 Har- Avon
25 acres. Home to Batavia Bethany. low Road, Darien Center.
Little League. Has a softball Information: 344-1122, Information: (585) 547- AVON DRIVING PARK
field, tennis courts, basket- www.co.genesee.ny.us/ 9242, www.nysparks.com. A wooded park with play-
ball courts, a deck hockey departments. ground, picnic pavilion and
court, and walking trail. 101 Le Roy ball fields. 350 Spring St.
Pearl St. Information: 345- Byron JELL-O MUSEUM
6305. DEC REGION 8 HEADQUARTERS
BERGEN SWAMP Celebrating “America’s
Favorite Dessert,” the Small lake, hiking trail.
Bergen A wildlife preserve that 6274 E. Avon Lima Rd.,
offers educational oppor- museum is in the village
GODFREY’S POND East Avon. Information:
tunities. 6646 Hessenthaler of Le Roy, the birthplace
226-2466, www.dec.ny.gov.
Dubbed the “best kept Road. of the jiggly treat. Open
secret in Genesee Coun- Information: 548-7304, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
ty,” the pond features www.bergen-swamp.org. through Saturday and 1 to 4 See PLACES T45
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 43

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KITCHEN
AND BATH
Come visit our
Factory Showroom
Monroe Industries, Inc.
5611 Tec Dr., Avon, NY 14414
585-226-8230 • monroeind.com
Fax: 585-226-8276

61st
61st Annual
Annual
Attica Championship
Rodeo
August 2nd 8pm
August 3rd 8pm
August 4th 1pm & 8pm
August 5th 2pm
Tickets available now
www.dailynewstickets.com
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 45

Places village, with daily demon-


strations and re-enactments.
Adjacent nature center, with
From T42 hiking trail. Hours: Tues-
day-Sunday (and Sept. 2)
PAPER MILL PARK 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1410 Flint
Waterfall, with picnic Hill Rd., Mumford.
tables and overlook. Paper Information: (585) 538-
Mill Road, off Route 39. 6822, gcv.org.

BOAT LAUNCH CALEDONIA FISH HATCHERY


A Genesee River boat The oldest operational
launch site is available on fish hatchery in the Western
Routes 5 and 20 in the Vil- Hemisphere. Raises more
lage of Avon, hand launch. than 800,000 trout each
year and stocks lakes and
AVON PRESERVATION creeks throughout Western
AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY New York. Open to the
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The museum is open 2 8 a.m.-4 p.m. 16 North St.
to 4 p.m. on Thursdays and
Information: 538-6300, dec.
Saturdays. 23 Genesee St.
ny.gov.
226-2425 x 22. Information:
www.avonhistorical.org.
MACKAY WILDLIFE PRESERVE
The 26 acres of land that
Caledonia and Mumford is MacKay Wildlife Pre-
GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE serve was once the farm
AND MUSEUM where Marianna MacK-
Restored 19th century See PLACES T47

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Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 47

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Stony Brook State Park near Dansville fatures three waterfalls and rock formations.

Places LIMEROCK SPEEDWAY


Live racing around an
eighth-mile clay oval track
Management Area. 1,120
acres, wetland, hiking trails,
fish viewing (walleye and
and picnic. Pavilions, play-
ground, camping and food
also available. 10820 Route
From T45 with progressive banking northern pike spawning 36. Information: 335-8111.
every Saturday through runs), nature trails, car-top
ay-Wilkes was raised. In boat access, viewing plat-
October. 21 Flint Hill Rd., CLARA BARTON MUSEUM
1971, she and her family forms, scenic vistas, bird-
Caledonia. Information: OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS
donated the land to the watching, hunting, fishing
538-2597. A museum dedicated to
Village of Caledonia to be and trapping. This WMA is
used as a wildlife preserve. in the town of Conesus on the history of the Ameri-
Includes a nature trail and
Conesus can Red Cross and founder
the southern end of Conesus
wheelchair accessible over- RICKY GREENE MEMORIAL PARK Lake. It is bound on the Clara Barton in its historic
look. Features two trail Pioneer log cabin fea- west by West Swamp Road chapter number one loca-
routes through the pristine (Route 256), on the east by tion. 57 Elizabeth St. Infor-
turing local artifacts, with
woods. Open during day- East Swamp Road, on the mation: 335-3500, www.
pavilion, playground and
light hours. Spring Street. south by Guiltner Road and redcross.org/ny/rochester-
ball field. 6074 South Livo-
on the north by Conesus lclara-barton.
nia Rd.
BIG SPRINGS MUSEUM Lake. Information: www.
The Museum houses dec.ny.gov. BABCOCK PARK
GANEASOS HISTORY KEEPERS
three floors of historical Largest village park, with
Operated by Conesus ball fields, tennis and bas-
artifacts encompassing art, Historical Society at Ricky Dansville
agriculture, textiles, furni- ketball courts, interpretive
Greene Memorial Park. center and picnic facilities
ture, toys, photography and They do not have regular STONY BROOK STATE PARK
military items. Open 1-4 A deep gorge with rug- on Morey Avenue.
hours, but you can make an
p.m. Sundays and 9 a.m.- appointment, 346-3130. ged cliffs overlooking three
noon Mondays. 3095 Main waterfalls and rock forma- WILLIAMS PARK
St. Information: 538-9880, tions. Visitors can hike the Site of the “Concerts in
bigsprings-museum.org. CONESUS INLET rim, gorge or nature trails, the Park” series. Picnic
FISH & WILDLIFE AREA swim in the stream-fed
See PLACES T48
New York State Wildlife swimming pool, play tennis,
48 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Places TREE CREATIONS


A growing village of
child size tree houses con-
From T47 nected by rope bridges.
Explore the castle, wizard’s
tables along Mill Creek. At den and more. Open season-
Washington and Clara Bar- ably at a private residence,
ton streets. 4677 Lakeville-Groveland
Rd., by appointment only,
DANSVILLE AREA HISTORICAL 243-1638.
SOCIETY MUSEUM
VILLAGE PARK
Exhibits showing the
history of southern Liv- Picnic tables. Corner
ingston County. Open first Main and Park streets.
and third Saturday of each
month, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. or
Groveland
by appointment. 14 Church REVOLUTIONARY WAR
St., Dansville. Information: AMBUSCADE PARK
335-8090. Obelisk marking the
site where British forces
FINGER LAKES SOARING CLUB ambushed a Continental
The club was formed to Derek Maxfield/For The Daily News, File Photo
Army scout party. 5434
promote the sport of soar- David Gray Hill Rd. Infor-
Obelisk in Groveland marks the site where British forces mation: 243-1750, www.
ing. Lessons and gliders ambushed a Continental Army scout party.
rides available. From April groveland,ny.org.
through October there is native grasses that serve as LONG POINT PARK
usually someone available a habitat for birds and other Provides public access to Hemlock
each Saturday and Sunday wildlfe surrounding the 3.5 the lake, with playground,
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 3 acre woodlot. Also 1.3 of picnic tables, museum and HEMLOCK-CANADICE
Forbes Rd. Info. 335-5849, walking trails. Two access fishing. West Lake Road, STATE FOREST
www.flsc.org points: 8 Calvalry Dr. and Geneseo. Information: 991- The newest New York
213 Lima Rd. Open daily 5000. State forest and the only
Geneseo between sun-up and sun- two totally undeveloped
down. Information: genese- LOCKHART GALLERY Finger Lakes cover about
HIGHLAND PARK evalleyconservancy.com. 6,684 acres. Fishing, hiking,
Location of the former Exhibits range from con-
temporary to historic. In nature study, boating, and
Erie Railroad Depot, moved LEDERER ART GALLERY hunting. No swimming or
from Court Street to High- McClellan House, 26 Main
Exhibits faculty, stu- St., Geneseo. Information: camping allowed. Informa-
land Road. With baseball tion: www.hemlockandca-
dent, local and national 245-5813.
field, tennis courts, pavil- nadicelakes.com.
artists. Brodie Hall, SUNY
ion, playground and dog
Geneseo, 1 College Cir., NATIONAL WARPLANE MUSEUM
park. Geneseo. Information: 245-
Numerous vintage air- HERITAGE MUSEUM AT
5814. THE HEMLOCK FAIR GROUNDS
INDIAN FORT NATURE PRESERVE craft, armor and other
artillery pieces from around Step back in time with
Managed and maintained
LIVINGSTON COUNTY HISTORICAL the world. Open every day exhibits that highlight
by Genesee Valley Con- local history. Open during
servancy. The property SOCIETY MUSEUM April-September: 10 a.m.- 4
p.m. Geneseo Airport, 3489 the Fair and for groups by
consists of hiking trails, Housed in a cobblestone appointment, 367-3370.
Big Tree Lane. Information:
gullies, creeks, small pond, schoolhouse, featuring 7370 Fair St. Information:
243-2100, www.national-
and access to the Genesee artifacts and displays from hemlockfair.org.
warplanemuseum.org.
River. Open daily from sun- the county’s two-century
up to sun-down. 3432 Jones history. Open Thursdays
Bridge Rd., Geneseo. and Sundays 2-5 p.m. May SPENCER J. ROEMER ARBORETUM HEMLOCK LAKE BOAT LAUNCH
1-Oct. 31. 30 Center St. 20-acre natural area open Northeast corner of lake
Information: 243-9147, liv- to the public year round. off East Lake Road. Hard
JOHN W. CHANDLER ingstoncountyhistoricalsoci- South side of SUNY Gen- surface ramp. Parellel park-
ISLAND PRESERVE ety.com. eseo campus (follow signs ing on shoulder of East
This 40 acre nature pre- on Route 20A). Informa- Lake Road. 16-foot boat/10
serve consists of an “island” tion: 245-5448. HP motor restriction.
of forest surrounded by
grassland fields. Hosts See PLACES T49
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 49

Places
From T48

Leicester
STARR PARK
Picnic pavilion, play
equipment and ball fields.
Route 36.

BOYD AND PARKER PARK


Site of the torture of two
Revolutionary War Colonial
officers by Native Amer-
ican soldiers and British
troops. 3064 Cuylerville
Rd., Route 36, Cuylerville.

EMPIRE DRAGWAY
A quarter mile drag strip
hosting world-class events
on Fridays and Saturdays
into October, 2011 New Rd.
in Leicester. Information:
382-3030, www.Empire-
Livingston County Photograph
Dragway.com.
Conesus Lake provides many recreational opportunities.
Lima CONESUS LAKE BOAT LAUNCHES
MARK TUBBS MEMORIAL PARK Pontoons, ski boats, fish-
Enclosed pavilion, play-
ground, paved trails for hik-
ing boats, canoes, paddle-
boats and personal water- 2018
ing, picnic area with grills. craft use this launch site.
n Hartson Point, 5030
Summer Program
A network of walking trails
opened in October 2013. East Lake Rd., Livonia.

History Heroes
Trail entrance is near south- n Pebble Beach Road:
west corner of the parking 1/4 mile south of Route
area. 7384 Ziegler Drive. 20A in hamlet of Lakeville.
Hand launch, 120 cars.
Open to children ages 7 -12
n Sand Point: on Route
LIMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY’S 20A in hamlet of Lakeville.
TENNIE BURTON MUSEUM Hand launch, 50 cars. Famous Historic Sites • Cemetery Tour
Open Sundays 2-4 p.m., Historic Crafts • Animal Show
June to end of September.
1850 Rochester St. 624-
VITALE PARK • Penny Carnival (Bring A Friend!)
Community park at north-
1050 LimaHistorical.org. ern end of the lake at the
• Musical Celebration
outlet. Summer concerts are
Livonia featured at the Gazebo on For more information or to register your
BOWEN MEMORIAL PARK Sunday nights. Restrooms, child, please contact,
benches, picnic tables, play-
Playground, picnic shel-
ground, gardens, fishing, the Holland Land Office Museum at:
ter, ball fields and skate-
docks, walking trails, pavil-
585-343-4727
boarding park. 62 Main St.
ions and grills are provid-
ed. Hand boat launch. No
COMMUNITY PARK swimming. Route 20A, Big hollandlandoffice@gmail.com
Small park on Route 20A Tree Road, Lakeville. Infor-
at the bottom of the hill mation: 346-3710. Program coordinator: Anne Marie Starowitz
leading to the village. 2 Big Museum Director: Ryan Duffy
Tree St. See PLACES T50
50 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Places mer research excavations.


Open June-November. 14
Main St., Mount Morris.
From T49 Information: 658-3292,
www.mtmorrisny.com.
HEMLOCK LAKE PARK
A small public park on MOUNT MORRIS VETERANS
the north end of Hemlock MEMORIAL PARK
Lake, Rix Hill Road. The park is a memorial
to those who served this
MAURICE F. SWEENEY MUSEUM nation. Route 36.
Open year-round 9 a.m.-
noon and 1-5 p.m. Thursday TUSCARORA PARK PLAYGROUND
and Friday, also 10 a.m.-2 Featuring apparatus of
p.m. Saturday. 10 Commer- every kind with a picnic
cial St., Livonia. pavilion and is located in
Information: 346-4579, the hamlet of Tuscarora,
www.livonianyhistory.org. 8056 Main St.
Mount Morris Nunda
FRANCIS BELLAMY NUNDA HISTORICAL
MEMORIAL PARK SOCIETY MUSEUM AND
Hosts two basketball ROSE SHAVE GALLERY
courts, tennis courts, soft-
Variety of artifacts and
ball and baseball fields,
displays representing 200
pavilions, gazebo, club-
years of Nunda history. The
house and playground.
art gallery displays work
Lackawanna Avenue. 658-
of local artist Rose Shave.
4160. Open April through October
on Tuesdays 10 a.m.-noon,
LIVINGSTON ARTS CENTER first Sundays from 2-4 p.m.
Home of the New Deal 24 Portage St., Nunda.
Arts Gallery, operated by Information: 465-0971 or
the Genesee Valley Council 476-2354.
Ben Beagle/Livingston County News
on the Arts. At 4 Murray
Hill Dr., Mount Morris, This tree adjacent to Route 36 in Cuylerville is known as
the “Torture Tree,” the site where Boyd and Parker, two
Ossian
on the county government Revolutionary War Colonial officers were captured and tor-
campus, the site of a former RATTLESNAKE HILL WILDLIFE
tured by Native American soldiers and British troops.
tuberculosis sanitarium. The MANAGEMENT AREA
buildings were adorned by MOUNT MORRIS DAM AND Information: 658-4790, Eight miles west of Dans-
federal sponsored art during WILLIAM B. HOYT II or online at www.lrb.usace. ville. The Wildlife Manage-
the Great Depression that army.mil. ment Area features 5,100
now rotates at the gallery. VISITOR CENTER acres of woodlands, open
The arts center also presents U.S. Army Corps of meadows and diverse wild-
Engineers. Flood control MILLS MANSION
classes, programs, and exhi- life habitat. Hunting and
structure, with interpretive Archaeologically signif-
bitions featuring local and fishing, trapping, hiking,
center, trailhead, and atrium icant 1836 century home. cross country skiing, bird
regional artists.
is open daily 10 a.m.-4:30 Home to the Mount Morris watching, nature studies,
Information: 243-6785,
www.gvcaonline.org. p.m. Historical Society. horseback riding and pic-
Free ranger-guided walk- The home was the res- nicking. Linzy Road.
ing tours of the dam are idence of Mount Morris Information: https://www.
AL LORENZ PARK offered each day as follows: founder Gen. William A. dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24443.
Wooded county-operated Monday-Thursday at 2 Mills, and is on the Nation- html
park, with ponds, trails, p.m. and Friday-Sunday at al Register of Historic
picnic tables and pavilions. 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tours Places. The home features
Off Murray Hill Drive, the are limited to 30 people on 14 rooms, six fireplaces,
county government campus. a first-come, first served an original bread oven and
658-7510. basis. 6103 Visitor Center kitchen hearth.
Rd., off Route 408, Mount Restored to its original
Morris. appearance and site of sum- See PLACES T55
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 51

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Do you have HEEL pain


or ARCH pain?

The Livingston County News File Photo


Though the order of monks that resides at the Abbey of
the Genesee in York is cloistered, the monastery oper-
ates an on-site bakery store and hosts the general public
for retreats and religious services.
HEEL SPUR SYNDROME/PLANTAR FASCIITIS
Places York is a common problem among people who are active. It starts as
a dull intermittent pain in the heel which may progress to a sharp
From T50 SAMUEL WARREN HOMESTEAD
persistent pain. Classically, it is worse in the morning with the first
Home to the York His-
few steps, after sitting, after standing, or after walking.
torical Society. Was site of
Springwater New York’s first commer- • Plantar fasciitis often begins with irritation and tearing of the
cially-successful winery fibrous band of tissue on the bottom of the foot, which may
dating back to the early eventually result in the formation of a heel spur.
THE LARRY J. CANUTE 19th century. Open for • Contributing factors: flat pronated feet, high arched feet, poor
MEMORIAL PARK visitors 1-4 p.m. the first shoe support, increased age, sudden weight increase,
Located in the hamlet Sunday of each month, May increased activity level, family tendency.
of Springwater on School through October. 2431 Dow
• Approximately 2-3 times your body weight of force is exerted
Street. It has a pavilion, Rd., York.
Information: 243-3680 on each foot with walking. Flexible, non-custom molded arch
swing set, playground, bas- supports found at those advertised shoe stores cannot support
ketball court, baseball field and online www.yorkny.
org. these forces and usually do not provide long-lasting relief, do not
and borders Springwater come with a lifetime warranty, and are typically more expensive
Creek, which feeds Hem-
ABBEY OF THE GENESEE than custom-molded ones made by our office.
lock Lake. 7990 School St.
Order of Cistercians • 95% of our patients’ symptoms are resolved with conservative
monks who operate the treatment, avoiding surgical intervention.
SPRINGWATER-WEBSTERS • We also offer surgical procedures with the best post op success
popular Monk’s Bread
CROSSING HISTORICAL SOCIETY bakery. Though the order rates using Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy techniques, EPF
MUSEUM is cloistered, the monas- resulting in minimal incisions and scarring, immediate ambulation
Open 2-4 p.m. the first tery operates an on-site and often back in a shoe in 1 week.
and third Sundays of May bakery store and hosts the • If you can’t remember when your feet didn’t hurt, now is the
through September. 8130 general public for retreats time to give us a call.
Route 15. Information: 737- and religious services. In
7345, www.townofspring- 2018, the Abbey has started
waterny.org. two Community Support-
Advanced Podiatry Associates
ed Agriculture programs; Dr. Joseph Canzoneri
HARRIET HOLLISTER SPENCER one is a fruit and vegetable
share, the other is a pork 2 STATE STREET, BATAVIA
STATE RECREATION AREA share. 3174 River Rd., Pif-
The park provides picnic fard. 585-343-8150
tables, a pavilion, hiking, Information: 243-0660, NEW PATIENTS WELCOME
cross-country skiing and and online www.geneseeab-
biking trails. 6775 Canadice MINIMAL WAIT TIME
bey.org.
Hill Rd. For more informa- Mon., Thurs., Fri. 8AM-5PM; Tues. 11-8PM
tion call Stony Brook’s Park EVENING HOURS AVAILABLE
Office at 335-8111. In Office Flouroscan • Handicap Accessible
See PLACES T56
56 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

The Daily News File Photo


The Cobblestone Historic District in Albion also inlcudes four wood structures that highlight 19th century agricultural
implements and skilled trades.

Places torian appearance and four


wood structures highlight-
ing 19th century agricultur-
Ontario St.
Information: 752-0647,
www.oakorchardlighthouse.
display. Train excursions
available. Open 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday through Sun-
From T55 al implements and skilled com. day. Open at 9:30 a.m. on
trades. The museum is open excursion days. 530 West
PIFFARD PLAYGROUND from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. MARINE PARK Ave.
Located at 3729 East St. Wednesday through Friday An 11 acre public marine Information: 798-6106,
and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday park on Point Breeze Road www.railroadmuseum.net.
and Sunday. Admission is (Route 98) in Kent, NY
Orleans $8. 14393 Ridge Rd.
Information: 589-9013,
and the Oak Orchard River,
under the Lake Ontario
FORRESTEL FARM CAMP
www.cobblestonemuseum. An English horseback
County org.
State Parkway bridges & on
the Seaway Trail. Includes
72 boat slips, picnic pavil-
riding camp for girls. Also
offers fine art and textile
ions, fish cleaning station. arts, woodworking, riflery,
Albion Kent fishing, archer, mountain
Point Breeze Road.
COBBLESTONE HISTORIC DISTRICT OAK ORCHARD LIGHTHOUSE Information: 682-3641. biking, tennis, rocketry,
An open-air museum that Built in 2002, the light- baking, small animal care.
promotes the study and house is a replica of the one 4536 South Gravel Rd.
Medina Information: 798-0941,
exploration of cobblestone that was built in 1871 and
construction methods from washed away by a storm in MEDINA RAILROAD MUSEUM www.forrestel.com.
1825 to 1860, offering 1916. the guest log has been The largest railroad
visitors the opportunity to signed by visitors from all and toy train museum in
explore three period cobble- around the world and all New York State features a
stone structures set in Vic- states in the union. 14357 20-by-14-foot model train See PLACES T57
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 57

Places Silver Lake


SILVER LAKE INSTITUTE
From T56 Religious based organi-
zation sponsoring music
Waterport and arts programs. Features
concerts, artist workshops,
LAKESIDE BEACH STATE PARK
children’s activities, and
Offers an outstanding religious services at a lake-
panoramic view of Lake
Ontario and surrounding side retreat. 46 Wesley
farms and fruit orchards. No Ave., Silver Lake. Informa-
swimming is allowed, but tion: 237-6639, www.silver-
274 campsites, four miles Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo lakeinstitute.blogspot.com.
of hiking and biking trails, Two bison enjoy warm weather at Hidden Valley Animal
fishing along the lake front, Adventure in Varysburg. Varysburg
picnic grounds, a disc golf
course and playing fields. its associated ponds, glacial SILVER LAKE STATE PARK HIDDEN VALLEY
Roosevelt Highway. Infor- kettle ponds, wetlands with Provides a boat launch ANIMAL ADVENTURE
mation: 682-4888, www. a boardwalk trail, wooded facility for boating and fish-
nysparks.com/parks/161/ uplands, meadows, a hawk A family-run and oper-
ing on the lake. The area
details/aspx. watch, an arboretum, and also has picnic facilities ated animal park featuring
eight miles of marked and and a comfort station which more than 400 animals and
groomed trails. 1610 Welch 30 different exotic species.
Wyoming Road, North Java. Informa-
tion: 457-3228, www.buffa-
is open year round. The
upland section of the park is Safari tours start at 10 a.m.
each day. There is also a
available for hunting in sea-
County loaudubon.org. son by permit. 4229 West
Lake Rd. Information: 493-
petting zoo. 2887 Royce
Road. Information: (585)
Perry 3600, www.nysparks.com. 535-4100, www.hiddenval-
Arcade leyadventure.com.
ARTS COUNCIL
ARCADE & ATTICA RAILROAD FOR WYOMING COUNTY
Step back in time aboard The non-profit has been
the last operating steam providing arts and cultural
train excursion in New programs to a vast rural
York State. Children’s community for 40 years.
train rides run every other Based in a historic brick
Friday in July and August. storefront in downtown
278 Main St. Information: Perry, the Arts Council
492-3100, www.arcdeandat- plays host to a busy calen- Casual Dining in a Restored Stagecoach
ticarr.com. dar of art exhibits, classes, Stop & Tavern
workshops and concerts.
Bliss Additionally the acclaimed Located on Rt.20A in Cuylerville
Classic Film Series takes between Leicester & Geneseo
BLISS INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY place upstairs every Thurs- Friday
Races start at 1:30 p.m. day night in our East Indian Beerbattered Haddock Fish Fry
every Sunday through Sep- Screening Room. 31 South Fresh Haddock served with soup, salad, coleslaw
tember and at 8 p.m. Fri- Main St. Information: 237- and potato or rice
days through August. 3526 3517, www.artswyco.org.
East Main St. Information: Saturday & Sunday
322-9008, www.blissinter- Dinner for Two
CHARCOAL CORRAL
nationalspeedway.com. Choice of Either:
A multi-faceted enter- Prime Rib, Chicken, Fish or Seafood
tainment complex featuring Includes 2 dinner entrees, sides, soup and mixed
North Java outdoor dining, two drive-in green salad, a 2 House made desserts
movie theaters, mini golf, $58.00
BEAVER MEADOW concerts and cruise nights.
AUDUBON CENTER 7037 Chapman Road. Phone 585-382-3130
A 324-acre nature pre- Information: 237-5270, Serving Dinner: Thursday, Friday and Saturday 5-9pm
serve in North Java. The www.charcoalcorral.com. Sunday from 3-8pm
preserve features its name- thenationalhotel.net
sake beaver meadow with
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‘Libraries Rock!’ Check one out and see why


“Libraries Rock!” is the
theme of 2018 summer reading
programs across the region.
Many libraries in Genesee,
Livingston, Orleans and Wyo-
ming counties use the state’s
theme as model to create their
own summer adventures for
toddlers through adults.
The programs are about
more than books. Activities
include craft programs, con-
certs and performances.
The multi-week sessions
run through summer. Some
programs require registration,
which are either underway
or will start soon. Many will Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo
allow you to join through the
Youth Librarian Andrea Fetterly leads kids in a butterfly dance during story time at
summer.
Richmond Memorial Library in Batavia.
Here’s a list of area libraries,
with contact information, so LIVINGSTON COUNTY WADSWORTH LIBRARY tile
you can find information about 24 Center St., Geneseo; EAGLE FREE LIBRARY
each library’s summer pro- AVON FREE LIBRARY 243-0440
143 Genesee St., Avon; 3413 School St., Bliss; 322-
grams, and other activities the www.wadslib.com
226-8461 7701
libraries routinely offer:
http://owwl.org/library/ www.eaglefreelibrary.org
avon ORLEANS COUNTY GAINESVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
GENESEE COUNTY BELL MEMORIAL LIBRARY 10 Church St., Silver
COMMUNITY FREE LIBRARY
BYRON-BERGEN PUBLIC LIBRARY 16 East St., Nunda; 468- Springs; 493-2970
86 Public Square, Holley; www.facebook.com/town-
13 S. Lake Ave., Bergen; 2266 638-6987
494-1120 www.bellmemoriallibrary. ofgainesvillepubliclibrary
www.holleylibrary.org
www.byron-bergenpubli- weebly.com PERRY PUBLIC LIBRARY
LEE-WHEDON MEMORIAL LIBRARY
clibrary.org CALEDONIA LIBRARY 70 North Main St., Perry;
620 West Ave., Medina; 237-2243
CORFU PUBLIC LIBRARY 3108 Main St., Caledonia; 798-3430
7 Maple Ave., Corfu; 599- 538-4512 www.perry.pls-net.org
www.leewhedon.org
3321 www.caledonialibrary.org PIKE LIBRARY
HOAG LIBRARY
www.corfufreelibrary.org DANSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY 65 Main St., Pike; 493-
134 S. Main St., Albion; 5900
HAXTON MEMORIAL LIBRARY 200 Main St., Dansville; 589-4246
3 N. Pearl St., Oakfield; 335-6720 www.pikelibrary.us
www.hoaglibrary.org
948-9900 www.dansvillelibrary.org STEVENS MEMORIAL
YATES COMMUNITY LIBRARY
www.haxtonlibrary.org LIMA PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMUNITY LIBRARY
15 North Main St., Lyn-
PAVILION PUBLIC LIBRARY 1872 Genesee St., Lima; donville; 765-9041 146 Main St., Attica; 591-
5 Woodrow Dr., Pavilion; 582-1311 www.yateslibrary.org 2733
584-8843 www.lima.pls-net.org/ owwl.org/library/attica
http://www.niogalibrary. LIVONIA PUBLIC LIBRARY WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY
org/pav.html 2 Washington St., Livonia;
WYOMING COUNTY 130 N. Main St., Warsaw;
RICHMOND MEMORIAL LIBRARY 346-3450 ARCADE FREE LIBRARY 786-5650
19 Ross St., Batavia; 343- Temporary location: 41 365 W. Main St., Arcade; http://warsawpubliclibrary.
9550 Spring St., 346-2500 492-1297 org/
www.batavialibrary.org www.livonialibrary.org http://owwl.org/library/ WYOMING FREE CIRCULATING LI-
WOODWARD MEMORIAL LIBRARY MOUNT MORRIS LIBRARY arcade BRARY ASSOCIATION
7 Wolcott St., Le Roy; 768- 121 Main St., Mount Mor- CORDELIA A. GREENE LIBRARY 114 South Academy St.,
8300 ris; 658-4412 11 South Main St., Castile; Wyoming; 495-6840
www.woodwardmemorial- http://owwl.org/library/ 493-5466 http://owwl.org/library/
library.org mtmorris http://owwl.org/library/cas- wyoming
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MOUNT
RUSHMORE
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• Guided tour of Deadwood, plus gaming at casino
• Admission to the Unique Journey Museum
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• Visit to the Mount Rushmore National Memorial
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PLAN YOUR 1000 ISLAND GETAWAY!


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Situated in the center of Carnegie Bay, you will enjoy
an exceptional view of the St. Lawrence River while
being protected from its traffic.
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Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 63

GLOW region boasts 29 golf courses


The golf season is upon us
once again, and there is no
shortage of courses through-
out the four-county GLOW
region to play.
Whether you’re looking
for a quick, 9-hole course, or
a more challenging full round
of 18, the right links are wait-
ing for you.
Here is a list of golf courses
in each of the four counties:

GENESEE COUNTY

Batavia Country Club,


7909 Batavia Byron Road,
Batavia, 343-7600, www.
bataviacc.com
Chestnut Hill Coun-
try Club, 1330 Broadway,
Darien Center, 547-3613,
chestnuthillcc.com
Davis Countryside Mark Gutman/The Daily News File Photo
Meadows, 11070 Perry Jesse Luxon tees off at the 40th Annual Genesee ARC Golf, Tennis & Bocce Tournament
Road, Pavilion, 584-8390, at Stafford Country Club.
www.dcmeadows.com
303 Park Place, Caledonia, Course, 8780 Route 408, Arcade, 492-4122, www.
Hickory Ridge Golf and 538-9956, www.caledoni- Nunda, 468-5010, www. spruceridgegolfcourse.com
Country Club, 15816 Lynch acountryclub.com woodlynnhills.com
Road, Holley, 638-4653, Ironwood Golf Course,
www.hickoryridgegolfresort. Conesus Golf Club, 1 1964 Folsomdale Road,
com Pine Alley, Conesus, 346- ORLEANS COUNTY Cowlesville, 805-0350,
2100, www.conesusgolf.com www.playironwood.com
Le Roy Country Club,
7759 East Main Road, 768- Farview Golf Course, Niagara Orleans Golf Quiet Times Golf Course,
7330, www.leroycc.com 2419 Avon-Geneseo Rd., Course, 8981 Telegraph 2220 Stedman Road, Attica,
Avon, 226-8210, www.far- Road, Gasport, (716) 735- 591-1747, www.quiettimes-
Meadowbrook Golf viewgc.com
9000, www.noccgolf.com golfcourse.com
Course, 6 Woodland Drive,
Batava, 343-0837. Lima Golf & Country Ricci Meadows Golf Silver Lake Country
Club, 7470 Chase Rd., Lima, Course, 1939 Oak Orchard Club, 3820 Club Road,
Stafford Country Club, 624-1490, www.limagolf.
8873 Morganville Road, com Road, Albion, 682-3280 Perry, 237-0462, www.the-
Stafford, 343-9109, www. Shelridge Country Club, clubonsilverlake.com
staffordcc.com Livingston Country 10994 Telegraph Road,
Club, 4436 Lakeville Rd., Medina, 798-0391, www. Attica Golf Club, 95 Bun-
Terry Hills Golf Course, Route 20A, Geneseo, 243- nell St., Attica, 591-0133,
5122 Clinton Street Road, 4430, www.livingstoncc. shelridgecc.com www.atticagolfclub.com
343-0860, www.terryhills. com Rolling Acres Golf
com White Birch Golf Course, Course, 7795 Dewitt Road,
Old Hickory Golf Course,
6653 Big Tree Rd., Livonia, 15154 North Lyndonville Pike, 567-8557
LIVINGSTON COUNTY 346-2450, www.theoldhick- Road, Lyndonville, 765- Byrncliff Resort, 2357
orygolfclub.com 2630 Humphrey Road, Varysburg,
Brae Burn Golf Course, Triple Creek Golf Club, 535-7300, www.byrncliff.
60 Red Jacket St., Dans- 8793 State Highway 408, WYOMING COUNTY com
ville, 335-8840, www.brae- Nunda, 468-2116, www.tri- Archie’s Chip-N-Putt,
burn1898.com. plecreekclub.com Spruce Ridge Golf 1771 Route 78, Java Center,
Caledonia Country Club, Woodlynn Hills Golf Course, 798 Genesee Road, 457-9505
64 • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • Summer Guide

Rocco Laurienzo/The Daily News File Photo


Alyssa Prine, 10, helps out at the Schwab Farm Market and Bakery stand, giving Cindy Keller a business card during
the 2017 Genesee Country Farmers Market in Batavia.

Find fresh food at farmers markets


Community-based farm- to farmers markets of all n Consider the timing and you may end up leaving
ers markets can introduce sizes. of your visit. The popu- empty-handed if you arrive
shoppers to an array of foods n Take time to explore. larity of farmers markets late. If it’s a bargain you
they may otherwise never Farmers markets tend to has increased dramatically want, then visit later in the
experience. Farmers mar- have many of the same fruits as more and more people day when farmers with sub-
kets are great places to find and vegetables you can find embrace the concept of buy- stantial remaining inventory
fresh, locally grown foods, at the local chain grocery ing locally grown foods. may be more inclined to
and many market customers store, but farmer’s markets While that’s great news for lower their prices.
are happy to know they’re also are known for offering the planet and local farm- n Know your seasons.
benefitting both the environ- more than what you may ers, shoppers should keep Some fruits and vegetables
ment and local businesses find in the produce aisle. that in mind when planning are better at certain times of
with every dime they spend. Take time to explore the their visits. If you love try- the year than others. Fresh-
Farmers markets can market and you may just ing new foods, arrive early ness draws many people to
range from the very large find foods you typically to the farmers market before farmers markets, and foods
to the relatively small, and only find at your favorite the more unique offerings that are in-season are more
first-time visitors may not restaurant. Exploring also have been snapped up. likely to have that unforget-
know where to begin. The may introduce you to new Foods that have small yet table freshness than those
following are a handful of foods you may otherwise devoted followings may not
ways to maximize your visit never have tried. be available in abundance, See MARKETS T65
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 7, 2018 • 65

Markets dors. Information, call Ken


Schoonover, 233-9611.
Mount Morris Farmers
From T64
Market — Open from noon
until 6 p.m., Fridays, now
that are out of season or
nearing the end of their sea- until Sept. 28. at 103 Main
son. Knowing the seasons St. Accepting food stamps,
is important for budget-con- WIC, EBT, FNMP checks,
scious shoppers. If you’re and senior citizen coupons.
shopping on a budget, pur- Information call Anna Spen-
chasing foods that are in-sea- cer, 910-260-1057.
son may save you money, Nunda Area Farmers
and you can always stock up
on your other favorites later Market — Open 9 a.m. to
on when it’s their turn to be 1 p.m. Saturdays, now until
in-season. Oct. 28 at the Government
n Speak with the sell- Center, intersection of State
ers. First-time farmers mar- and Massachusetts streets.
ket shoppers may feel like For vendor information call
they’re lost in the woods 314-6128.
while everyone else seems
to know exactly what they
want and where to get it. Orleans County
If you find the farmer’s
market somewhat intimi- Canal Village Farmers
dating, speak with the sell- Market — Open 8 a.m. to 1
ers. Shopping at the local p.m. Saturdays, June through
farmer’s market tends to be October at 127 West Center
more intimate than shopping St., Medina.
at the chain grocery store,
and many sellers would be
happy to offer you some tips Wyoming County
and make some suggestions The Daily News File Photo Perry Farmers Market —
based on the meals you like. Canal Village Farmers Market Manager Gail Miller takes a
Farmers markets are great break during the 2017 season. Open 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
places to support local busi- Saturdays, June 16 to Sept. 29
nesses and find fresh foods. Livingston County hleisen, 752-9238 or smue- at Perry Festival Plaza, Main
Here’s a look at local mar- Dansville Farmers Mar- hleise@aol.com. St., Perry. Live music and
kets: ket — Open 11 a.m. to 4 Livonia Public Market other entertainment. Informa-
p.m. Fridays, now through — Open 9 a.m.-noon, Sat- tion, 237-2614, www.perry-
Genesee County Oct. 5 at 50 Maple St. Food urdays, starting June 22 and farmersmarket.com.
Genesee Country Farm- stamps, WIC, EBT, and continues until Oct. 27 at Market at the Villa —
ers Market — Open 9 a.m. senior citizen coupons are First Presbyterian Church of Open 2 to 6 p.m. Thursdays,
to 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Thurs- accepted. Information call, Livonia, 3837 Center St. and May 31 through Oct. 11 at
days and Fridays, June 8 335-2963. Route 20A. Farmer, garden-
through Oct. 26 at Bank Geneseo Farmers Mar- er and certified kitchen ven- 140 N. Main St, Warsaw.
Street and Alva Place Park- ket — Open 3 to 6:30 p.m.

PLY HOMESPUN
ing Lot. Information, 344- Thursdays, June 28 to Oct.
0900, www.downtownbata- 18 at Center Street between
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School’s out: 9 things to do


with your kids this summer
Students count down the RURAL PARENTING in Batavia. Locally, there ics is making you a weary
days as the school year are also the Jell-O Museum parent and you are looking
draws to a close. And when in Le Roy, the Cobblestone to unplug yourself and your
the last bell rings and the Museum in Childs and the family from the ubiquity of
locker door slams, euphoria Genesee Country Village tablets, phones, and other
will be heard and felt in the & Museum in Mumford. electronics, summer makes a
hallways of each school. With just a short drive on great chance for some good
But what happens when the Thruway, you can also old school fun. Board game
the excitement fades and the take in the Strong Museum nights are be popping up at
dreaded statement of “I am of Play in Rochester or the libraries, cafes, and water-
bored” is made? How do NICOLE Albright Knox Art Gallery ing holes across the country,
parents meet “I am bored” in Buffalo.
and concerns with “summer KELLY 5. Enjoy nature at the
seemingly as the antidote
to a too plugged in society
slide” (academic loss that area’s many parks. Letch-
occurs during the summer) Caribbean and reggae beats, worth State Park, the Gene- and perhaps pulling on some
with fun, memorable and pack your family a picnic, a see County Park and Forest, nostalgia buttons. Capitalize
educational summer activ- blanket, dancing shoes and the Iroquois Wildlife Refuge on some quality family time,
ities. And not breaking the several air guitars. Concert and Beaver Meadow Audu- during the months of the
bank doing it. Fortunately, listings are available on bon Center are premier local year where the calendar is
there are many great options TheDailyNewsOnline.com destinations where families not usually so far. “Sorry”
in our area to make it a great and TheLCN.com. can escape the hustle and anyone?
summer. 3. Attend local festi- bustle of everyday life. Fam- 8. Get out the crafts.
Let this list help you not vals. Alongside communi- ilies can learn more about While electronics can weigh
just survive, but thrive in ty music events, this is a wildlife, geographical and us all down at times, they
summer. wonderful time of the year Native American history, can also offer us a world
1. Hit the library. Sum- to attend festivals. Whether and delve further into their of ideas. Stake out Pinterest
mer is a wonderful time to it is the Oatka Festval in knowledge of our natural and/or your children’s imag-
go the library and find a Le Roy, or a later summer surroundings. For more inations and give them the
good read or activity. German Festival at Attica information on these parks gift of doing crafts this sum-
“(The Summer Reading Park, there’s something for and special summertime mer. From coloring crafts to
Program) is a great oppor- everyone. Such events are special events, visit: www. upcycling recyclables, there
tunity for children to enjoy windows into our area’s her- parks.ny.gov/parks/79/ are many ways for a family
fun programs at the library itage and roots. detail.aspx, www.fws.gov/ to craft together or for the
as well as program through- 4. Visit or revisit local refuge/iroquois, www.co. children to craft alone.
out the summer,” said Diana museums. When the desire genesee.ny.us/departments/ 9. Get outside. This sum-
Reding, director of Corfu to delve deeper into cul- parks, www.fws.gov/refuge/ mer, get outside for out-
Public Library. ture hits a feverish pitch iroquois, www.buffaloaudu-
this summer (or on a day side’s sake. Western New
With the theme of “Librar- bon.org/beavermeadow.php. Yorkers are not a group to
ies Rock!,” area libraries when mutiny has broke out 6. Pick up locally-sourced
among siblings and some take good weather lightly. It
will feature everything from produce and other goods
time out of the house is in used to be kids when outside
animal visits to incentivized at farmers markets. There
reading programs to encour- order paired with some good is not a better time of year in the morning, coming in to
age reading throughout the learning), consider an outing to be a “foodie family.” eat, and then going back out
summer, doing their part to to a local museum, gallery, Getting children involved until the streetlights came on
maintain academic gains or even summer camp. in selecting fresh fruits and at night. While not every-
from the past school year. “We have our History vegetables is a great way to one in the readership has
Pick a book, find a tree and Heroes Summer Program in help them become health- streetlights and times have
partake in an adventure. July. We are also having a ier eaters and more appre- changes where safety con-
Or find a great program to bunch of speakers coming ciative of where good food cerns are on the rise, even
enjoy. in over the summer that are comes from. Let the snack a small slice of this to your
2. Take in the local music family friendly and appro- machines at school grow child is a gift.
scene throughout our area. priate summer fun for every- dusty for a few months.
Many communities will be one,” said Ryan Duffy, exec- 7. Give technology a rest Nicole Kelly is a licensed social
featuring free concert nights. utive director of the Hol- with board game night. worker and stay-at-home mom.
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The sweet sounds of summer

The Daily News File Photo, 2015


Conductor John Bailey (middle) leads the Batavia Concert Band during the 2015 summer concert series at Centennial
Park. There are many opportunities to hear free music in area parks and other venues this summer.

Free concerts provide season’s soundtrack


Summer’s here and the at 7 p.m. in Centennial July 10 — The Batavia comb Band, country
time is right for dancing Park off Richmond Ave- Swing Band July 6 — Old Hippies,
in the streets as the clas- nue, Batavia. Rain location July 17 — NY Rockin’ acoustic
sic ‘60s song goes. Across is Genesee Community Revue Gone Country July 7 — The Ramble
the GLOW region we may College, 1 College Road, July 24 — Lancaster Music and Arts Festival
trade streets for parks, but Batavia. H.S. Carnival Kids July 13 — The Josie
the feeling is still the same: Concert dates are June July 31 — Ghost Riders Waverly Band, contempo-
plenty of toe-tapping fun 27, July 4 (noon), July 11, Aug. 7 — Auslanders rary country
that eventually gives in to July 18, July 25, Aug. 1 and​ Aug. 14 — The Boomers July 20 — The Grove
swinging, swaying and soon Aug. 8. Programs TBA. Aug. 21 — Old Hippies Street Band, classic rock
you’re up and dancing. Aug. 28 — In The House and R&B
Here’s a capsule look at DARIEN LAKES STATE PARK Sept. 2 — NY Rockin’ July 27 — The Ohms
this summer’s lineups: Revue Band, classic rock
CONCERT SERIES
Aug. 3 — Mitty & The
Shows 7 to 9 p.m. Tues- Followers, motown
GENESEE days at Shelter 2 in Darien
Lakes State Park, 10475
JACKSON SQUARE SERIES
Between Jackson and
Aug. 10 — Ghost Riders,
hardcore country
Harlow Rd., Darien Center. Center streets, Batavia.
COUNTY Park admission free after 5 Free. Concerts at 7 p.m.
p.m. Information, call 547- every Friday. Rain location
Aug. 17 — Something
Else, 80’s and 90’s pop
rock
9242. is City Centre, Main Street,
CENTENNIAL PARK Aug. 24 — Bluesway
June 26 — Corfu/Pem- Batavia. Band, blues
CONCERT SERIES broke Community Band June 22 — Red Creek,
Performances featuring July 3 — The Band party rock
Batavia Concert Band start Anastazja June 29 — Don New- See SOUNDS T72
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The Livingston County News File Photo


The Band Anastazja is a frequent performer at free concerts around the GLOW region.

Sounds rock.
July 9 – C’est Bon Cajun
Dance Band, Cajun, zydeco.
From T71 July 16 – Doubleheader:
Warsaw Barbershoppers and
Connie and Henry. “A night
LIVINGSTON of sweet harmonies.”
July 23 – The Peartz
COUNTY Band, Americana.
July 30 – Gap Mangione
DANSVILLE CONCERTS & the New Blues Band, jazz
Concerts are Mondays and pop.
Aug. 6 – The Coachmen,
“An honest tale speeds best, being plainly told.”
and begin at 7 p.m. in June — Richard III
and July, and at 6:30 p.m. rockin’ horn band.
in August at Williams Park Aug. 13 – J.B. & Compa-
gazebo, corner of Washing-
ton and Red Jacket streets.
ny, country.
Aug. 20 – Andrew Van-
Fast, Fun, and Physical
In case of rain, concerts may
move to firemen’s pavilion
Norstrand and Tim Ball, fid-
dle music.
Aug. 27 – Dady Brothers,
Professional Theatre
in Babcock Park, off Morey
Avenue. Lawn chairs or Irish. July 14: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
blankets are recommended, at Letchworth State Park
and food and beverages are TOM WAHL’S FREE SUMMER July 26 to August 12: Richard III throughout Western New York Tour
encouraged. Information, CONCERTS UNDER THE STARS
call 413-6450 or 335-3237. Mid-August: Macbeth in the Field at Burley Berries and Blooms
Concerts start at 7:30 p.m.
June 18 – 78 R.P.M., big
and continue until 10 p.m. on
band.
June 25 – Harry & Ken
Tuesdays at the restaurant’s Proud To Be Based In Silver Lake, New York
picnic pavilion, Route 5 and
Reynolds, pop and country.
July 2 – Lucky Number, See SOUNDS T73
For more information: www.shakeonthelake.org
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Mark Gutman/The Daily News File Photo


The Ghost Riders are a frequent performer at free concerts around the GLOW region.

Sounds Makers Band.


Aug. 21 – Batavia Swing
Band, big band.
Aug. 22 – Pearlz with Al
Mastrolio.
Aug. 29 – rain date for
Andrews
July 26 – Steve Grills &
the Roadmasters.
From T72 missed concert. Aug. 2 – Coupe de’Villes.
VILLAGE OF LEICESTER GAZEBO Aug. 9 – Bob’s Brother’s
20 in Avon. The concerts THURSDAY NIGHT Band.
are presented rain or shine;
IN THE PARK CONCERT SERIES Aug. 16 – Rhythm Dogs.
Concerts are from 6 to SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Aug. 23 – The Crooked
lawn chairs recommended.
June 19 – Bobby and 8 p.m. Wednesdays except Deer Run Winery, 3772 North.
The Einsteins, 40s, ‘50s and July 4 (no concert) at the West Lake Rd., Geneseo. Aug. 30 – Kickstart Rum-
gazebo in Village of Leices- Free concerts start at 6 ble.
‘60s.
ter Park. Bring your lawn p.m. on Thursdays. Local Sept. 6 – The Grove
June 26 – Don New-
chairs and blankets. vendors offering food and Street Band.
comb, country. June 20 – York Central snacks. Bring a lawn chair
July 3 – Dick Jopson School Jazz Bands and or blanket and enjoy the
Band, classic country. GENESEO CONCERTS
Show Chorus. music on the lawn! For
July 10 – Paulsen, Baker The music begins at 7
June 27 – Kelly’s Old more information, call 346-
and Chaapel Band. p.m. Fridays in Village
Timers. 0850.
July 17 – 78 R.P.M., big Park, Main and Park streets.
July 11 – Herbal Tonic June 7 – Travis Prinzi
band. Food available. Be sure to
Band. Band.
July 24 – Ghost Riders, bring chairs or blankets. For
July 18 – Groveland Sta- June 14 – Industrial
country. more information visit gen-
tion. Blues Band. eseoconcerts.com.
July 31 – Gateswingers, July 25 – Old Hippies. June 21 – Nick LeDuc
big band. June 22 – Bob’s Broth-
Aug. 1 – Tombstone 45. June 28 – Amy Montrois er’s Band, classic rock and
Aug. 7 – Old Hippies, Aug. 8 – Rhythm Dogs. July 5 – The Foolz. family fun.
50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s. Aug. 15 – Community July 12 – Midlife Crisis.
Aug. 14 – The Music Steel Drums. July 19 – McGrath & See SOUNDS T74
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Sounds acoustic country, jazz and


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Aug. 3 — 6:30-8:30 p.m.,
The Cruisers
June 28 — The Lonely
Ones
Chapman Ave., Perry. Call
237-3372, or visit www.
charcoalcorral.com.
From T73 Steel Alchemy Community July 5 — The Who Dats June 12 — Ghost Riders
Steel Band, Caribbean style July 12 — Blind Leading June 19 — NY Rockin’
June 29 – The Ghost Rid- calypso and reggae music the Blind Revue
ers, country music July 19 — The Dave Vit- June 26 — Ruby Shooz
July 20 – E-Z Money, erna Group July 3 — Terry Buchwald
NUNDA SUMMER CONCERTS July 26 — Triple Play
classic and modern rock Concerts are sponsored July 10 — Kelly’s Old
July 27 – The Rochester Aug. 2 — Creek Bend
by Trinity Church of Nunda. Timers and Alexander Fire
Metropolitan Jazz Orches- Bring your own lawn chairs July 17 — Backbeat ’64
tra for an evening of entertain- OONA SUMMER CONCERTS July 24 — Josie Waverly
Aug. 3 – Tommy T & ment. Sit back, relax and IN THE PARK
the Gliders, songs from the July 31 — Steel Alchemy
enjoy. The Oak Orchard Neigh- and Trilogy
American songbook: roots June 13 – Young Tal- borhood Association pres-
of rock and roll, blues, and ent Performances: 6 p.m. in ents concerts from 6 to 8:30
country GASLIGHT CONCERT SERIES
Nunda Village Park. Free p.m. Tuesdays at Orleans
Aug. 10 – Josie Waverly strawberry social. County Marine Park in
6 to 8 p.m. monthly at
& Friends, country Aug. 25 – “Wish Upon A Point Breeze. Admission gazebo in Wyoming Park,
Aug. 17 – Genesee John- Star” event: 7 p.m., a fund- is $2 ($5 for family pass). Main Street, Wyoming.
ny Big Band raiser for Golisano Chil- 682-3477. Rain location is Wyoming
Aug. 24 – Bob Bunce’s dren’s Hospital will be held Lineup to be announced. Free Library, 114 S. Acade-
Rural Delivery, rockin’ at Trinity Church of Nunda, my St. For information, call
original Americana 25 East St., Nunda. 495-6840.
Aug. 31 – The Dady YATES LIBRARY
Sept. 1 – Local talent June 27 — Ron and
Brothers, Irish music, dance show, time and place to be SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Nancy OneSong
and humor announced. Free concerts at 7 p.m. July 18 — Old Hippies
Monday on the front lawn Sept. 8 — TBA (noon)
VITALE PARK SUNDAY NIGHT of the Yates community
CONCERT SERIES ORLEANS Library, 15 North Main St.,
Lyndonville. For informa- SUMMER SATURDAYS
The Town of Livonia tion, call 765-9041. At Perry Farmers’ Mar-
hosts 10 free concerts,
scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m.
COUNTY July 2 — Barker Com- ket, Main Street and Route
munity Band 39 in Perry, on Saturdays to
Sundays at Vitale Park in July 9 — CDR Trio Sept. 24. Market open from
Lakeville. Bring some food HOLLEY CONCERTS July 16 — Old Hippies 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; the
and beverage, lawn chairs ON THE CANAL July 23 — TBA arts series runs 10 a.m. to
and blankets and enjoy the 7 p.m. Fridays in the July 30 — TBA noon.
music. gazebo on East Avenue by Aug. 6 — TBA June 17 — The Band
June 24 – The Probables Erie Canal in Holley. Rain Aug. 13 — TBA Anastazja
July 1 – Paulsen and location is Holley Fire- Aug. 20 — TBA June 24 — Jim Newman
Baker man’s Field. 638-6367. Aug. 27 — TBA July 1 — Mike Strobel
July 8 – The Genesee July 6 — Don Newcomb
Johnny Band July 15 — Dark Road
July 13 — Old Hippies
July 15 – The Flying
Boxcars
July 20 — Blind Leading
the Blind
WYOMING Duo
July 22 — Maria Gillard
July 29 — Steve West
July 22 – 78 RPM
July 29 – The Town Pants
July 27 — The Who Dats
Aug. 3 — Ghost Riders COUNTY Aug. 5 — Backsliders
Duo
Aug. 5 – Richie and Rosie Aug. 10 — Live Bait
Aug. 12 – Dady Brothers Aug. 17 — 8 Days a Aug. 12 — The Biggest
BENNINGTON Little Band: The Quigleys
Aug. 19 – Mr. Mustard Week
Aug. 26 – Chris Wilson Aug. 24 — Brick SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Aug. 19 — Pancake Hill
Shows at 7 p.m. Tuesdays Aug. 26 — Gordon
MUSIC IN THE PARK CONCERTS BY THE CANAL at Pine Tree Park, Lapp Mundling
Rd., Cowlesville, unless Sept. 2 — Super Moon
The Town of West Sparta 6 p.m. Thursdays at otherwise noted.
is having two free concerts gazebo behind Albion Fire Sept. 9 — Folk O’ The
Lineup to be announced. Road
on Fridays at the pavilion at Department, 106 North
the town hall, 8302 Kysor- Platt St. For more informa- Sept. 16 — Ernie Law-
ville-Byersville Rd. Bring a tion, visit www.villageofal- CHARCOAL CORRAL SUMMER rence
picnic supper. bionny.com. CONCERT SERIES Sept. 23 — Joan Burch
July 6 – 6-8 p.m., Grov- June 14 — Ghost Riders Shows at 7 p.m. Tuesdays Sept. 30 — Allen Hop-
eland Station, American June 21 — Jonesie & at Charcoal Corral, 7037 kins
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From Arctic Monkeys


to Zac Brown Band,
major concerts making
stops at WNY venues

Mark Gutman/The Daily News File Photo


Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day works the crowd during a 2017 show at the Darien Lake Amphitheater.

Whether you like rock, ise of the Real


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there are major concerts Aug. 7 — Jeff Beck with
scheduled throughout West- Ann Wilson of Heart One of the
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Eddie Money and his daughter, Jesse Money, perform at Batavia Downs during the inaugural Rockin’ The Downs summer
concert series in 2017. Eddie Money is the only returning act for this year’s series.

Concerts Aug. 9 — Headstones and


The Trews
Aug. 17 (Friday) —
Aug. 8 — The Piano Guys
Aug. 10 — Alan Jackson
Aug. 29 — Earth, Wind
Tour
July 29-Aug. 1 — King-
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From T75 Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Fire Aug. 3 — Slayer with
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A Fleetwood Mac Tribute and Martin Short Aug. 4 — Dierks Bentley
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Marine Drive, Buffalo; and ZZ Top jamin and Five Finger Death
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Redman June 30 — Roger Daltry Cheap Trick and Judas Priest
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July 20 — Jason Isbell nyrd May 26 — Def Leppard
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Shepherd and Beth Hart July 21 — Phil Lesh & July 22 — Ke$ha and & His All-Star Band and
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Misty July 25 — Arctic Mon- July 24 — Godsmack and July 14 — Eagles
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Genesee County Visitor Center


is a resource for residents
By LINDSEY TURRELL
Genesee County
Chamber of Commerce

D
id you know Gen-
esee County wel-
comes nearly 2 mil-
lion visitors every
year?
Genesee County’s diversi-
ty is an attraction in itself for
many travelers. Thrill enthu-
siasts come for “destination
fun,” Darien Lake Amuse-
ment Park, the state’s larg-
est water and theme park.
Batavia Downs Gaming &
Hotel is another visitor-mag-
net with live harness racing
at the oldest lighted harness
Mark Gutman/The Daily News File Photo
racetrack in North America,
summer concert series, as Luna, left, and Axel dash in the 2017 Batavia Downs wiener dog races. Batavia Downs is
well as great dining. Unique one of the major attractions in Genesee County.
attractions such as Oliver’s in Stafford, and of course, Our Visitor Center is not the same great things, and
Candies and the Jell-O Gal- the D&R Depot Restaurant just for the out-of-county invite previous visitors back
lery, speak for themselves as in LeRoy. By now you’re visitors. It’s also for you, again to see what’s new. We
must-see destinations. Our
probably thinking of some the locals. Consider us a produce a comprehensive
historical sites, like the Hol-
of your favorite local spots. resource when you are wel- Genesee Country visitor’s
land Land Office Museum
and all of our community We hope that you’ve heard coming your out-of-town guide, dining guide, visitor
historical societies and muse- by now that the Genesee friends and family. We can coupons, golf package bro-
ums tell our story and attract County Chamber of Com- provide you with recommen- chure and a printed events
history enthusiasts. We have merce has moved to a new dations for local and regional calendar. All of our tourism
some of the best views of location on Park Road and day trips, or regional bro- opportunities and local travel
nature in Western New York opened a year-round Visitor chures to assist in planning a information can be found on
with Iroquois National Wild- Center, right next-door to the stay-cation. Stop in to gather our website at www.Visit-
life Refuge, the state’s larg- Quality Inn & Suites. Per- some information and rec- GeneseeNY.com.
est wildlife refuge and the haps, you’ve even stopped ommendations. If we don’t Our Visitor Center is occu-
oldest county forest in New in to check out our beauti- have exactly what you’re pied by volunteers during
York State, Genesee Coun- ful new space and had the looking for, we’ll assist you the peak travel season, late
ty Park & Forest, which opportunity to chat with our to make sure you receive the May to early September.
offers diverse recreation, friendly tourism staff. If not, information you need. Visitors love to interact with
educational programs and a we hope you will. In 2017, Speaking of travel infor- our friendly volunteers and
beautiful interpretive center. our new Visitor Center wel- mation, our office produces the volunteers enjoy meet-
Paranormal-curious travel- comed nearly 3,000 travel- several informative and fun ing all these travelers. Vol-
ers test their courage while ers. During the peak season brochures to represent Gen- unteers and staff welcome
exploring the haunted halls months alone, over 2,400 esee County. We distribute familiar faces with the same
of Rolling Hills Asylum, the local and regional travel bro- these brochures and guides smiles and excitement as we
second most haunted loca- chures and pamphlets moved throughout the northeast do first-time visitors. If you
tion in the United States. from our Visitor Center into United States and Southern would you like to help us
As for all the great dining the hands of the traveler. Ontario, Canada. We also welcome visitors to our great
options, people come to We try our best to offer the make them available locally, community, call our Tour-
Genesee County just to dine perfect variety of local and to keep the great citizens ism Department at (585)
at destination restaurants like regional guides, as many of informed on the fun things to 344-4152 to inquiry about
Alex’s Place and The Red our visitors travel from New do, as well as regionally, to volunteer opportunities.
Osier Landmark Restaurant York City to Niagara Falls. invite new visitors to enjoy We’d love to have you.
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Ben Beagle/The Livingston County News File Photo


Josh Rice, co-founder of the outdoor Shakespearean acting troupe Shake on the Lake, plays Mercutio during the
group’s 2017 production of ‘Romeo and Juliet.”

Shake on the Lake troupe plans


eight-county tour for ‘Richard III’
By JESSICA DILLON Allegany, and in more than “Pilar (McKay, co-found- said is sure to be “a really
JDillon@BataviaNews.com a dozen different venues as er and fellow Perry High cool prototype show” that
they continue to map out School graduate) and I are in will take place on-site at a
Shake on the Lake’s sum-
a five-year vision for the the planning phase for Shake local farm — and kicking
mer tour typically kicks off
small troupe of actors. on the Lake for the next five off the season on a day that,
on the last Thursday in July
There’s innovation — the years,” Rice said. “We’ve for Perry, is already filled
with a Wyoming County
troupe, now in its seventh been working on different to the brim with chalk art,
twist on a comedic Shake-
season, will kick off their ways to expand smartly with bicycle racing and all the
spearean classic, but that’s
season with a nostalgic per- our budget, and right now, local tastes of summer.
not the case this year, said
formance slated on the same eight counties still feels like “July 14 is going to be a
Josh Rice, co-founder of the
bill as the Buffalo Philhar- a lot. We want to make sure huge day for arts and cul-
outdoor Shakespeare festival
monic Orchestra for the very we maintain our relationship ture in Perry and Wyoming
begun on the shores of Sil-
first time. and put on the highest qual- County,” Rice said. “This is
ver Lake back in 2012. The
And there’s tragedy — ity performances while still our first time participating in
times, they are a-changin.’
gone are the days of comedic looking toward the future a big communal festival with
There’s expansion —
certainty, Rice said, it’s time and figuring out how we can all kinds of different artists,
Shake on the Lake will again
for Shake on the Lake to create more sustainability.” crafters and vendors.”
this year perform in eight McKay said the entire
counties, though they’ve explore the many different That includes developing
ordeal is “just so flattering”
swapped out a performance avenues of emotion accessi- another show for the fall —
in Niagara County for one in ble by the human being. “Macbeth,” which McKay See SHAKE T83
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Shake
From T82

and will be a highlight of the upcoming


season.
“To be a company of our age —
we’re seven years old and in some ways
mature, but when the Buffalo Philhar-
monic Orchestra approached us to be
in this mazing day of art, we couldn’t
refuse,” McKay said. “Josh and I really
consider this an amazing opportunity
to get not only our company out there,
but also the arts in Wyoming County.
We’re going to be representing a lot of Ben Beagle/The Livingston County News File Photo
art, amplifying all that we have going Zach Lusk as Romeo and Larissa Jeanniton as Juliet lead the 2017 Shake on
for us here.” the Lake production of “Romeo and Juliet.”
The show is the same that opened the
inaugural festival back in 2012 — “It’s “Richard the III.” “And now, more than ever, I think peo-
going to be a lot of nostalgia,” McKay “Richard is an interesting political ple cheer for the villain.”
said, “and we’re far too young for nos- figure who nobody likes or thinks very
talgia.” highly of, who takes power by whatev- 2018 SCHEDULE
And then it’s time to hit the road for er means necessary,” Rice said. “That “AN EXPERT’S GUIDE TO SHAKESPEARE:
the troupe, who will pack up their entire felt very relevant to today’s political
landscape...and an interesting way to ALL 37 PLAYS IN 37 MINUTES (OR LESS)”
simple set, their technical equipment
parallel some of what’s going on in the July 14 — 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at
and themselves to head off to a slew of
world today.” Letchworth State Park
approximately 80-minute shows over
Six men and women are double and
a 2.5 week span in late July and early triple-cast to play all the parts in the
August. “RICHARD III”
“epic telling,” and will, through stage
“The summer’s always the best time combat, comedy and live music, weave July 26 — 6:30 p.m. at Wadsworth
of year,” Rice said — and this summer, the story of an “evil toad,” a horren- Homestead, Geneseo
perhaps, even better, as he implores you dous man who uses treacherous, vio- July 27 — 6.30 p.m. at Williams
to forget the good guys. So long Thor, lent machinations to betray friends and Park, Dansville
farewell Captain America, goodbye, loved ones on his infamous journey to July 28 — 6:30 p.m. at Morgan-Man-
Superman, Rice alluded. become the most powerful man in the ning House, Brockport
This, you see, is the summer of the world. July 30 — 6:30 p.m. at Attica Histor-
antihero, a time to celebrate vengeful- And though it may not seem like it, ical Society, Attica
ness and the imperfect human qualities Rice said, he thinks Richard is a man to July 31 — 6:30 p.m. at Village of
that sometimes drive a person to mad- whom many can relate. Arcade Park, Arcade
ness. “He’s conniving, treacherous and he Aug. 1 — 6:30 p.m. at Heritage Park,
“A ruthless leader taking power by does it all with a wink and a nod and Springville
any means necessary — that felt rele- a lot of charm,” Rice said. “He’s gross Aug. 2 — 6:30 p.m. at Perry Public
vant to our political climate in 2018,” and charming at the same time — I Beach on Silver Lake, Perry
Rice said. And that relevancy is some- think we all know people like that in Aug. 3 — 6:30 p.m. at Perry Public
thing the small troupe of actors always our world.” Beach on Silver Lake, Perry
try to ensure through their performanc- Infused with elements of 1970s punk Aug. 4 — 2 p.m. and 6.30 p.m. at
es. culture and the anarchic style of bands Perry Public Beach on Silver Lake,
“Shakespeare’s plays speak across like the Sex Pistols and the Clash, Shake Perry
time with themes that relate to audienc- on the Lake’s tragic and grim “Richard Aug. 6 — 6:30 p.m. at St. Joseph’s
es in 1618 and now in 2018,” Rice said. the III” won’t be lacking for color or Park, Rochester
“We’re constantly trying to take these comedy, Rice assured, and the audience Aug. 7 — 6:30 p.m. at Yates Com-
400-year-old plays and make them rel- can expect a near-incessant breaking of munity Library, Lyndonville
evant to things that are happening now, the fourth wall as Richard makes his Aug. 8 — 6:30 p.m. at Orleans Coun-
especially here in Western New York.” way from Silver Lake to Lake Ontario ty Marine Park (Lighthouse), Kent
Enter Richard, stage left. He’s an ugly and back again. Aug. 9 — 6:30 p.m. at Centennial
hunchback who is “rudely stamp’d,” “Richard is a tragic Shakespearean Park, Batavia
“deformed,” “unfinish’d,” and “deter- clown who uses humor, charm and vio- Aug. 10 — 6:30 p.m. at Downtown
mined to prove a villain” this summer lence to achieve his goal of becoming Gazebo, Ellicottville
in Shake on the Lake’s innovative ren- the most powerful person in the world Aug. 11 — 6:30 p.m. at Angelica
dition of the Shakespearean tragedy, — the King of England,” Rice said. Village Circle, Angelica
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Drink in the beauty of Livingston County


By ELLEN HERLIHY
Livingston County Area
Chamber of Commerce

G
reat hiking, tasty craft
beverages, and spec-
tacular waterfalls are
just three of the ma-
ny things that draw visitors to
Livingston County in the Fin-
ger Lakes. In the last year and
a half, five breweries and a ci-
derworks have opened or are
in the final process of opening.
These establishments join our
award-winning Finger Lakes
wineries, Deer Run and Eagle
Crest.
The microbreweries and
cidery make small batch, craft Livingston County Area Chamber of Commerce
beverages from local hops, The Genesee Valley Greenway State Park is one of many natural attractions to explore
regional grape varieties, and in Livingston County.
second-to-none New York
state apples. It is the local Young. Cider sippers can sit rugged route has some spe- minted outdoor experience
soils, water, and weather that on the patio and listen to local cial moments such as when it soak into your mind. Why
gives beverages made here musicians while they watch passes along the gorge cliffs not unwind with a unique ale
a distinctive taste that can the sunset on Conesus Lake. of Letchworth State Park and or lager from Dublin Cor-
be duplicated nowhere else. Want to earn your thirst? into some of the “high coun- ners Brewery in York, New
The very nature of being a Why not hike or bike in the try” of the Southern Tier of York. Can’t get any fresher
craft brewer, vinter, or cider spectacular Finger Lakes the state. Detailed maps and beer as the hops are growing
master allows these crafts countryside and forests of guides are available to lead right outside the front door!
to be practiced at its most Livingston County. The hikers along its varying path Owners Justin and Heather
pure state with hands-on care. County has hundreds of miles to shelters and camping sites Grant would love to meet
Each small batch is tested and of trails ranging from the along the way. you and tell you the story
tasted until they reflect exact- Genesee Valley Greenway to For those families who of their brewery. Visitor
ly what these regional food our sections of the hundreds love to hike together and see David Mackey summed it
entrepreneurs had in mind of miles long Finger Lakes waterfalls up close, Stony up this way, “Great people,
when opening their boutique Trail. Brook State Park’s beauti- great beers, great time, we are
businesses. The Genesee Valley Gre- ful gorge trail is a true gem. already talking about our next
Experience innovative new enway State Park is 90 miles This friendly route follows trip out there. 5 stars!”
ciders, with names like Blue- long and follows former canal the river and passes by three Livingston County’s new-
berry Hills and Apple Pie at and railroad routes that con- major waterfalls until it est brewery is Battle Street
OSB Ciderworks in Lakev- nected the agriculture of the comes to the top of a 50 foot Brewery in Dansville. Broth-
ille. While enjoying these valley to the rest of the state. wide waterfall which roars er owners, Doug and Thomas
unique drinks, you have a Being built for canals and into the river below. Acomb, took an abandoned
great chance of meeting and rails, the majority of this trail Any visit to the Western 1870’s train depot and com-
chatting with brother and sis- is fairly level with a good Finger Lakes Region is not pletely renovated and restored
ter owners Eric and Elise. surface as it passes through complete without a visit to it to make a contemporary
Taste a flight at the cider- woodlands, wetlands, valleys, “the Grand Canyon of the brewery with a vintage rail-
works, located adjacent to farmlands and historic villag- East”, Letchworth State Park. road feel. They also serve
the westernmost Finger Lake, es from Monroe to Cattarau- Both trekkers and photogra- wine, cider, and food for peo-
then take home a growl- gus Counties. phers find endless beauty in ple who want more choices.
er of your favorite to enjoy The Finger Lakes Trail is the three large and nearly 100 Battle Street Brewery is just a
at your leisure. “The place an extensive system of paths smaller waterfalls that pour “hop,” skip, and a jump from
made a believer out of me! that begins in the Alleghe- from the cliffs into the Gene- Stony Brook State Park, the
The ciders were not too sweet ny National Forest in Penn- see River. Your task is to see perfect end to a perfect day.
and were packed with layers sylvania and continues north if you can find them all. For more information on
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Unplug and reconnect in


Orleans County this summer
By DAWN BORCHERT Breeze, just off the Sea-
and LYNNE MENZ way Trail Tuesday Nights
Orleans County for OONA’s ninth annual
Tourism and Marketing Summer Concert Series at

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and acceleration, it’s Park featuring live music
more important than ev- and food & beverage ven-
er to unplug your device dors (July 10-Aug. 14).
and connect to what really The 4-H Fairgrounds
matters. We understand that have a full schedule of horse
finding a stimulating envi- shows and dog shows this
ronment for the entire fam- summer and highlighted
ily can be challenging when by Orleans County Cornell
there are so many popular Cooperative Extension’s,
destinations to choose from. 72nd annual 4-H Fair, July
Orleans County is one of 23-28.
those best-kept-secrets that The fourth annual Metro
our returning visitors feel 10 race is scheduled for
a sense of home and would Aug. 18 at Bullard Park
prefer to keep all to them- where runners will compete
selves. We are known for for the coveted trophy for
our world-class fishing, our either Team Rochester or
farm fresh produce, award Team Buffalo. (Metro10R-
winning wineries, unique ace.com)
cobblestone and sandstone The Corning Museum of
architecture and friend- Glass GlassBarge and the
ly canal town culture. We Schooner Lois McClure
invite you to experience our will be cruising through
hometown charm and rich Orleans County this sum-
heritage at the following mer, anchoring at two loca-
events. tions on the Erie Canal pro-
The Cobblestone Muse- viding free glass blowing
um is hosting a variety of demonstrations and tours
cultural programs this year. in celebration of CMoG’s
The Historic Trades Fair Mark Gutman/The Daily News File Photo, 2017
150th anniversary. They
is June 30 with artisans at Ben Restivo adds whipped cream to a strawberry short- will be docked at the Hol-
work demonstrating his- cake during the 2017 Strawberry Festival in Albion. He ley Canal Park July 24 and
toric handcrafts. (Cobble- works for Breeze Inn Again Cafe in Kent. Medina Canal Basin on
stoneMuseum.org) August 10-11.
Enjoy the fruits of our ing an arts and crafts show featuring a parade, arts & Wind down the summer
labor every Saturday morn- on the courthouse lawn, live crafts, chicken barbecue, for our third annual Orle-
ing at the Canal Village entertainment throughout children’s activities, duck ans County Heritage Fes-
Farmers Market in Medi- historic downtown Albion race and highlighted with a tival, Sept. 7-16 where we
na featuring epicurean as well as the parade Sat- spectacular fireworks dis- will host lectures, tours and
delights from locally grown urday morning and chalk play. events. Visit Orleansnyher-
produce, craft beverages, the walk art contest. Come We continue to celebrate itage.com for more infor-
locally raised meats and a celebrate the bicentenni- the Erie Canal’s bicenten- mation.
wide selection of delicacies. al of two of our towns: nial – including when hun- For more information on
Holley will host its annual the Town of Shelby will dreds of cyclists participate any of our events, to locate
June Fest on June 2 with celebrate June 16 and the in the annual Cycle the Erie overnight accommodations
arts & crafts, antique boat Town of Barre celebrates Canal adventure July 8–15, such as a campground or
parade and live entertain- June 29-30. Lyndonville with stops in Medina and waterfront cottages, visit
ment. June 8-9, Albion will kicks off the July celebra- Albion. OrleansCountyTourism.
celebrate the 32nd Annual tions at the 43rd annual Cruise in, by boat, bike or com. Follow us on Face-
Strawberry Festival featur- Independence Day Festival traditional methods, to Point book.
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Letchworth and more make


Wyoming County a destination
By ERIC SZUCS
Wyoming County
Chamber of Commerce

T
he lure of Letchworth
State Park, the “Grand
Canyon of the East”
and the No. 1 state
park in the USA and No. 1 New
York State attraction, beckons
those who love the splendor of
stunning vistas and waterfalls.
Hiking, biking, swimming,
whitewater rafting and hot air
ballooning are just some of the
activities available at Letch-
worth.
But there are plenty of
other fun activities and events
planned for this summer in
Wyoming County.
Agri-Palooza, a fun-filled
day on the farm, will be Letchworth State Park is the top destination in Wyoming County. This photo of the Low-
June 10 at Pankow Farms er Falls by Sarah Marsch took third place in the “I Love Wyoming County” photography
in Castile, right around the contest.
corner from beautiful Letch-
worth State Park. In addition will perform live in concert ly entertainment provide ing Civil War re-enactments.
to educational displays, farm at 8 p.m. with fireworks to enjoyment for all – classic Love the outdoors and want
tours, and children’s games follow. car shows take place every to explore uniquely spots in
and activities, Agri-Palooza Visit Warsaw Valley Fest, Thursday. Super Cruise Wyoming County? Spend
visitors will have an endless July 12-14, in the village of nights at the Corral run on this summer experiencing our
variety of Wyoming County Warsaw. Stroll along Main the third Thursday of each geocaching trail – a hi-tech
products to check out, taste Street and enjoy craft ven- month, June through Septem- treasure hunt that utilizes
and purchase including chips, dors, fun events, tasty food, ber. your smart phone and sense
cheese, milk, maple products wonderful entertainment and Spend a beautiful summer of adventure. Each geocache
and more. much more. afternoon riding through the will require you to find a con-
Celebrate America’s inde- Tis the season for arts and nature park at Hidden Valley tainer with a secret passcode
pendence holiday during Jam culture. Start by enjoying Animal Adventure and come inside – with enough code
in the Valley at Buffalo Hill Shake on the Lake’s Wyo- face to face with some of the words you will be rewarded
Village in Varysburg July 5-7 ming County Week perfor- world’s most exotic animals; with a collectible coin!
with myriad national country mances of Shakespeare’s an adventure kids of all ages Wrap up the summer at one
recording artists — followed “Richard III” July 30-Aug. 4. will love. At the end of the of the county’s most popu-
by massive fireworks. Experience a once-in-a-life- tour, enjoy a delicious dinner lar events – the Wyoming
Want tasty farm fresh pro- time event when the Buffalo of wild game meats at the County Fair, Aug. 11-18. As
duce and baked goods? Try Philharmonic Orchestra visits Lodge at Hidden Valley. always, there will be myr-
a Saturday morning farmers’ the Archery Field in Letch- Experience the beautiful iad entertainment options,
market in Perry, or visit the worth State Park July 14 – sweeping countryside with a including County vendors,
Warsaw farmers’ market on with fireworks over the gorge train ride along the Arcade arts and crafts, food and
Thursday evenings. On July following their performance. and Attica Railroad. The more.
14, visit the Tour de Per-RY Wholesome family activ- excursion train runs week- For more information on
Community Bike Ride, Perry ities are in full swing all ends through the summer events, attractions and to
Chalk Art Festival and Per- summer at Charcoal Corral and its steam-powered loco- request a free travel guide,
ry’s Taste of Summer. Then outside Perry. Two drive-in motive is a hit for nostalgic call 1 (800) 839-3919, email
end the day at Letchworth movie theaters, pizza parlor, passengers. Also don’t miss info@gowyomingcountyny.
State Park, where the Buf- mini-golf, ice cream parlor, Civil War Days on the A&A com or visit GoWyoming-
falo Philharmonic Orchestra full-food service and night- Aug. 11-12, featuring excit- CountyNY.com.
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Submitted Photo
Josh Rice, a Perry native and founder of Theatre@37 on Main Street, performs as one of several puppeteers in a
show. Thanks to his efforts and support from several Wyoming County arts programs and sponsors, Perry will play
host to an inaugural New York State Puppet Festival in June.

Puppets coming to Perry


Inaugural New York State Puppet Festival begins June 14
By JESSICA DILLON and, of course, lots and lots of his sentiment in their own world-renowned artists do the
jdillon@batavianews.com puppets. conversations throughout the same — on stages across the
Why, exactly? night. globe.
PERRY — Puppets —
“Why not?,” asked Josh Perhaps best known for his “I’ve performed as a pup-
puppets everywhere. And not
Rice, a Perry native, gradu- role in founding Shake on the peteer in New York City,
just for kids.
ate of Sarah Lawrence Col- Lake, Silver Lake’s resident Detroit, Houston, Amster-
Come June, that’ll be the
lege and proud founder and Shakespeare company, back dam, Spain, Hawaii and Perry
scene in downtown Perry,
director of the newly opened in 2012, Rice is, to put it light- all in the last year,” Rice said,
when the blossoming arts
Theatre@37 on Main Street, ly, a passionate puppeteer. In and then lit up as he shared
corridor plays host to the
during a presentation at the his eyes, he said, puppetry is the story of his chance to
inaugural New York State
Perry Main Street Associa- about taking an object that perform with the New York
Puppet Festival — an action-
tion’s semiannual meeting isn’t alive and putting life into Philharmonic Orchestra as his
packed 10 days of program-
at the Masonic Temple on it — it’s about making the backup.
ming filled with more than That, he said, was “a pret-
30 artists from five different Wednesday. And his blunt- audience believe, even just
ness was met with raucous for a moment, that a puppet ty phenomenal experience.”
nations, 19 shows, five pub- And so he spearheaded plan-
lic workshops, one puppet applause from village offi- feels and breathes and moves
ning of the puppet festival
art exhibition, a puppet film cials, arts enthusiasts, com- just as we do. He’s had the
because he wanted to bring
screening, panel discussions, munity supporters and local opportunity to try his hand
post-show Q&As, receptions business owners who echoed at that — and to see other See PUPPETS T93
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Puppets
From T92

some of that magic back


home.
“I’m from here, and I want
to be so excited to bring peo-
ple to my town,” Rice said.
“I think arts are a way to do
that.”
Results from a recent study
completed as part of the Wyo-
ming County Rural Arts Ini-
tiative — a partnership of the
Wyoming County Planning
& Development Dept., the
Wyoming County Chamber
of Commerce and Tourism,
the Arts Council for Wyo-
ming County and the Wyo-
ming County IDA — suggest
he’s right. The findings, in
short, indicate that Wyoming
County has great potential to
be an arts destination.
“The work of the Arts
Council for Wyoming Coun-
ty and the variety of existing Submitted photo

visual and performing artists Koryu Nishikawa V, a Japanese National Cultural Treasure and fifth-generation head-
have helped to strengthen the master of Hachioji Kuruma Ningyo Theatre Company, is a dear friend of Josh Rice and
local arts economy,” a recent one of the featured artists during this June’s inaugural New York State Puppet Festival.
release from the Chamber Wyoming County Rural Arts and expose them to some- n Concrete Temple Theatre
office states. “The County Initiative and the Arts Council thing new? And to show art- presenting the acclaimed fam-
already has many appealing for Wyoming County and fis- ists and audiences why I think ily show “Gepetto: Extraordi-
arts and cultural activities, cally sponsored by the Perry this place can be an arts and nary Extremities.”
which makes it already a day Main Street Association. cultural destination? It’s the n Tom Lee and Lisa Gon-
trip destination for the greater “The impact of arts projects reason I do any of this — to zales premiering their dance/
region. The study found that like the New York State Pup- make the art I love, in a place puppetry hybrid piece, “Place
Wyoming County’s authentic pet Festival on communities I love, with people I love, for (No Place).” Lee will also
and organic arts industry was like ours is profound,” said a community I love. That is present a shadow puppet
already a strong story, and one Jacqueline Hoyt, executive piece for children, “Tomte.”
living the dream.”
that can be amplified through director of the Arts Council n Sam Jay Gold presenting
multiple marketing avenues for Wyoming County. “We About the artists his new Czech-marionette
and existing programs.” now can say that our com- and Balinese shadow pup-
Rice has known that for a munities can see works of New York State Puppet
petry-inspired piece, “Untold
long time, really — he shared art never seen before in the Festival artists will include: Stories from the War with the
a story of the Regional Eco- entirety of the state, right n Dan Hurlin, winner of
Newts.”
nomic Development Coun- here.” the Rome Prize and Alpert
n Rice and his origi-
cil’s $20,000 investment in And, at the very least, the Award in Theatre, a Guggen- nal puppet piece, “The
Shake on the Lake three years festival is a dream come true heim Fellow and director of Marooned.”
ago as evidence for his claim. for Rice — and hopefully the graduate theater program n Hamida Khatri, a Paki-
“They believe the arts serves as only the first of at Sarah Lawrence College, stani-born puppeteer and
create jobs, so they gave us many in his hometown. exhibiting his works. visual artist, teaching pup-
the resources ...,” Rice said. “Why not show the people n Koryu Nishikawa V, a petry workshops based on
“They believed in us, and now that inspired me where I came “Japanese National Cultural her social justice program,
I am believing in more...” from and how beautiful it is?” Treasure” and fifth-genera- Project KALI.
The festival, which runs he asked. “Why not show the tion headmaster of Hachioji –––
from June 14 to the 24, is community the kind of work Kuruma Ningyo Theatre More information can be found
supported by grants from the that inspires me as an artist Company. by visiting www.nyspf.org.
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Finger Lakes Wine Country is cen- in the “Brew In Livingston” compe- room in Genesee County. What started
tered around Cayuga, Keuka and Sen- tition that was designed to help start as a hobby has grown into a family
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Wineries LIVINGSTON COUNTY Germany to a small family-owned


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