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2 • September 2019 Fall Fun Guide 2019

GLOW region is brewing its own beverage trails

By BEN BEAGLE WINERY: Born out of a love grown into a family run busi- ELI FISH BREWING tion between Jon Mager and
ben@livingstonnews.com of wine and wine making, ness. 7585 West Bergen Rd., COMPANY Matthew Gray. 109 Main St.,
Pop into one of Livingston Autumn Moon Farm Winery Bergen. Information: 585- Named after the famous Batavia. Information: 585- 815-
County’s eight craft breweries is the first winery and tast- 494-6000, www.autumn- 19th Century brewer Eli Fish, 0401 or visit them on the web at
or wineries and you’ll likely www.elifishbrewing.com.
ing room in Genesee County. moonwinery.com the restaurant and brewery
encounter visitors who have
What started as a hobby has opened in 2018 as a collabora- See BREWING T5
just come from another, or are
planning the next stop on their
“People come into Morta-
lis, and say they’re heading
next to Dublin Corners, or that
they’ve just come from Rising
Storm. It’s doing exactly what
we hoped it would do,” said
Bill Bacon, director of Living-
ston County Economic Devel-
Two years ago, the “Brew In
Livingston” business compe-
tition sought to create a craft
beer trail in Livingston County
by providing grant funding and
low-interest loans to help craft
breweries begin operations.
Four winners were named on
St. Patrick’s Day 2017, and the
county’s economic develop-
ment office worked with three
additional breweries to further
their business plans.
This fall eight stops are
available as part of the “Liv-
ingston Libation Loop.”
Genesee, Orleans and Wyo-
ming counties are also estab-
lishing their own selection of
wineries, craft breweries and
The GLOW region finds it-
self a short drive away from
both Finger Lakes and Niagara
wine countries, two regions of
New York State known world-
wide for distinctive tastes.
Finger Lakes Wine Coun-
try is centered around Cayu-
ga, Keuka and Seneca lakes.
The two little Finger Lakes in
Livingston County also have
wineries. Deer Run Winery on
Conesus Lake in Geneseo and
Eagle Crest Winery on Hem-
lock Lake have both earned
awards in international com-
The Niagara Wine Trail has
grown to include locations in
Orleans County.
Here’s a look at GLOW re-
gion wineries and brewers:

Fall Fun Guide 2019 September 2019 • 3

Autumn festivals offer a final fling

Staff Report on the field. Chicken barbe- day will include food, drinks,
news@batavianews.com cue will be available at noon. raffles, trophies and prizes. The
The calendar is about to National Warplane Museum, rain date is Sept. 22. Bullard
flip over to autumn, but that 3489 Big Tree Lane. Park, 12792 Route 31.
doesn’t mean an end to festi- Alexander
val season. Before you think Sept. 7 to 16 Fall Alexander Doll Show
its time to head indoors, know Orleans County and Sale: The fall Alexander
that there is still plenty to do Orleans County Heritage Doll Show and Sale will be held
outside. Festival: A county-wide cel- from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Autumn is looking great with ebration of cultural and his- Sept. 14 at the Alexander Fire-
the slew of festivals and special torical attractions, the Orle- men’s Recreation Hall. Admis-
events planned over the next ans County Heritage Festival sion is $5 for adults and free for
two months in the four-county will run from Sept. 6 to 15 at children ages 11 and under.
GLOW region. various sites. Participants Ground level with free parking.
For the nature lovers, there will visit a host of locations Old and new collectible dolls
are fall foliage excursions. to deepen their appreciation and bears. Door prizes. Deli-
For artists, there is the annu- of the region’s people, plac- cious food is also available. Al-
al Letchworth Arts and Crafts es, organizations and assets exander Firemen’s Recreation
Show and Sale. And for those based on selected themes. For Hall, 10708 Alexander Road.
who like the dark side of Hallow- more information, including a Arcade
een, there are plenty of haunted schedule of events, visit www. Murder Mystery Train: The
houses and ghost walks. orleansnyheritage.wordpress. Arcade and Attica Railroad
Whatever you enjoy, you com. Orleans County. will present its Murder Mys-
should be able to find it. And tery Dinner Theater at 5 p.m.
you won’t have to travel far to Sept. 7 Sept. 7 and 28. Enjoy a fun filled
get there. Albion evening of adventure and may-
Here’s a look at the season’s Car Show at Bullard Park: hem. Ride the train while en-
festivals and special events: The sixth annual Car Show at joying a original play written
Bullard Park will run from 11 by Matthew Bannister. Dinner
Sept. 5 a.m. to 4 p.m. and benefit Hos- will be served at Curriers Sta-
Alexander LIVINGSTON COUNTY NEWS FILE PHOTO pice of Orleans County. Come tion. Tickets are $55. For more
The Western New York Gas & In character. Bettina DeBell, a drama and enrichment teachers at see classics, customs, bikes, information, visit www.aarail-
Steam Engine Association Rally: Geneseo Central Schools, portrayed Elizabeth “Wid” Adams Durney trikes and unique autos. The
The annual Western New York during the 2018 Spirit Walk at Temple Hill Cemetery in Geneseo. See FESTIVALS T6
Gas & Steam Engine Rally runs
Sept. 5 to 8 at the organization’s
in Batavia’s Only Drive-Through Pick-up Window
grounds. The gates are open
from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, 34 Years !
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4 • September 2019 Fall Fun Guide 2019

WNY Gas & Steam Association Rally returns

53rd year of tractors old and new, steam engines, live music, food and fun in Alexander
ALEXANDER — The annu- Sunday, Sept. 8 Tractor Pull.
al Western New York Gas & Noon until gone. Chicken Noon, Pedal Pull ages 3-10
Steam Association Rally returns BBQ dinners at Thresherman’s 2 p.m., Lawnmower/Tractor
for its 53rd year from Sept. 5. Feed Mill & Eatery. Parade ages 11-18
This year’s event will honor Visitors can also visit Saw
“all things steam” machines as Bucks, Snack Shack & Full-Ser- Sunday, Sept. 9
well as have live music, a two- vice Ice Cream Shop all four Noon, Tractor Pull - Farm
acre flea market, daily tractor days of the rally. Stock & Team Pulls
pulls, parades, farming equip-
ment from the past 100 years Tractor Pulls Entertainment
and more. Among the featured Thursday, Sept. 5 Thursday, Sept. 5
steam machines will be demon- 7 p.m., Truck Pull - Street Le- 2 p.m., Consignment Auction
strations of sawmill and grain gal Stock 4x4. Public invited. - Auctioneer: Bontrager Real Es-
threshing powered by steam Friday, Sept. 6 tate.
engines. Noon, Old Time Tractor Friday, Sept. 6
Stone Boat Pull 4 to 7 p.m., Live WCJW Broad-
gine Association hosts the an- A Farquhar steam traction engine on display at a past Western 7 p.m. - Tractor Pull, Steamer cast.
nual rally on their grounds lo- New York Gas & Steam Association Rally. Pulls, Semi Trucks, Superstock, Saturday, Sept. 7
cated at 10294 Gillate Road, just Modified, Superfarm, and Tug- 1 p.m., Live Music “Alexander
15 minutes south of Batavia. sawmill, working models and a Noon until gone. Fish Fry A-War - Steam Engine vs Kids - Firemens Band” Concert.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thurs- pumpkin cannon. dinners at Thresherman’s Feed during evening Tractor Pull Per- 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., Live Music
day through Saturday and 9 a.m. For more information, vis- Mill & Eatery. formance “Don Newcomb & Rawhide” -
to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission it www.alexandersteamshow. Friday, Sept. 6 Saturday, Sept. 7 sound and square dancing.
is $8 for adults and free for chil- com. 5 p.m., Steamed sweet corn. 10 a.m., Tractor Pull - An- 9 p.m., Live Music “Not Quite
dren 12. Parking is free as well. Highlights include: Saturday, Sept. 7 tique, Semi Antique, 1959 & old- Right” - Benefit Outdoor Con-
Since 1967, Western New Noon until gone. Chicken er, EGTPA & Stock - off the lawn cert, will be pulled onto track by
York families have attended the Food and Refreshments BBQ dinners at Thresherman’s garden tractors & team pulls a steam engine.
rally to explore over 100 years Daily breakfast Feed Mill & Eatery. - continuing through the day Sunday, Sept. 8
of farming equipment history, 7:30 a.m., Sausage Gravy at Saturday, Sept. 7 & evening. Tug-A-War: Steam 9 a.m. ,Church service
bargain with 170 vendors at the Saw Bucks. 5 p.m., Steamed sweet corn. Engine vs Kids during evening 10 a.m., Car show
two-acre flea market and enjoy Daily lunch
classic fair foods, a huge raffle 11:30 a.m., Chicken Biscuits
with over 200 baskets and daily and Salad at Saw Bucks.
demonstrations. Demonstra- Thursday, Sept. 5
tions like grain threshing, forges 3 to 6:30 p.m. Pasta dinners at
and anvils at the working black- the Clubhouse.
smith shop, the steam engine Friday, Sept. 6

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Fall Fun Guide 2019 September 2019 • 5

is based at 7 Main St., Le DUBLIN CORNERS FARM www.mortalisbrewing.com.

Brewing Roy. Information: 730-3695,
BREWERY: Livingston
County’s first craft brewery
Benjamin and Steve - the B
From T2 BLACK CREEK CIDERY: is on a fifth-generation fam- and the S of the business - offer 810 MEADWORKS: This
This cidery offers a tradition- ily farm. Owners Heather more than a dozen beers from meadery’s tasting bar is in a
MIDGARD WINERY: We al cider and a raspberry hard and Justin Grant are in the their location at the north end former shirt factory in Me-
began as beekeepers pro- cider. The website states: process of developing a sec- of Conesus Lake. 3474 Bron- dina. It is owned by Bryan
ducing unfiltered unheated “Our grandfather’s recipe, ond location in Geneseo that son Hill Rd., Livonia. Infor- and Larissa DeGraw, who
natural raw honey. For many along with being crafted in could be open this summer. mation: 585-346-6278, www. moved to Western New York
years we never even consid- a time-honored slow, cold- Primary location: 1906 Main bsbrewcompany.com. to be closer to family. 113
ered using our honey to make aged wood barrel process, St., Linwood. Tap Room: 116 RISING STORM BREW- West Center St., Medina. In-
mead because we had tried has created a classic hard Main St., Geneseo (in de- ING COMPANY: With 12 taps formation: 585-542-9810,
other meads and were un- cider with a smooth finish.” velopment). Information: Jeff Riedl and Bill Blake of- http://810meadworks.com.
interested. Michael’s cous- 6885 Warboys Road, Byron. 585-538-4796, www.dublin- fer a range of IPAs and oth- LEONARD OAKES ES-
in however had other plans. Information: 585-794-3707, cornersfarm.com. er varieties such as a stout, a TATE WINERY: Established
Tony had been a home wine- blackcreekcidery.com. EAGLE CREST VINE- wheat beer and a sour beer, in 2003, the winery is an
maker for many years, he YARDS: On Hemlock Lake, it and a cider. 5750 South Lima award-winning producer of
convinced us to make a batch is the second oldest continu- Rd., Avon. Information: 585- artisanal wines and ciders.
of honey wine using our hon- LIVINGSTON COUNTY ally operating winery in New 572-3009, www.risingstorm- 10609 Ridge Rd., Medina.
ey. It turned out better than BATTLE STREET BREW- York, producing 100 percent brewing.com. Info: 585-318-4418, www.
expected. 541 Bell Rd., Corfu. ERY: Doug and Thomas pure grape wine. Eagle Crest OLD STUMP BLOWER oakeswinery.com.
Information: 585- 713-4535, Acomb, took an abandoned was founded in 1872. 7102 CIDERWORKS: They use a SCHWENK WINE CEL-
www.midgardwinery.com. 1870s train depot and reno- Vineyard Rd., Conesus. Infor- 50-year-old family recipe, LARS: From the famed wine
ROGERS BREWING: Al vated and restored it to make a mation: 585-346-2321, www. with New York State apples regions of Germany to a small
Rogers founded Rogers Brew- contemporary brewery with a eaglecrestvineyards.com. and other local ingredients, family-owned vineyard and
ing on a small scale before vintage railroad feel. They also MORTALIS BREWING to bring the first ciderworks winery in Western New York,
contacting CB Craft Brewers serve wine, cider, and food. 4 COMPANY: The brewers seek to Livingston County. 5901 the award-winning wines of
in Honeoye Falls to have them Battle St., Dansville. Informa- to create a range of delicious Big Tree Rd., Lakeville. Infor- Schwenk Wine Cellars beck-
brew and bottle his recipes tion: 585-32-2337, www.bat- and unconventional beers mation: 585-346-7027, www. on experienced wine lovers
for him. When the operation tlestreetbrewery.com. - nearly a dozen are on tap - osbciderworks.com.
became too big, he partnered DEER RUN WINERY: A and providing patrons with See BREWING T6
with three others, including family-owned winery on a relaxed tasting room expe-
Marc Marcello, who owns Conesus Lake producing rience. They also offer food,
58 Main BBQ in Brockport award-winning wines. 3772 red and white wines, cider,
and The Smokin’ Eagle in Le
Roy. The brewery, which of-
fers beers named after dogs,
West Lake Rd., Geneseo. In-
formation: 585-346-0850,
and non-alcoholic bever-
ages. 5660 Tec Drive, Avon.
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Store hours: Mon., Tues., Wed. 8:30AM-5:30PM Phone: 585-344-8367
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gan Farm, 5403 Barber Road.

Festivals Sept. 7
From T3 Corfu
Brick House Corners Fair:
road.com. Arcade & Attica Rail- The 34th annual Brick House
road, 278 Main St. Corners Fair, sponsored by the
Pembroke Historical Associa-
Sept. 13 tion, is scheduled for 10 a.m. to
Haunted Bergen House 4 p.m. Septl 7on the Pembroke
Public Ghost Hunt: 8 p.m. Town Hall grounds. There
Sept. 13 at the Haunted Bergen will be a full range of activi-
House on 6571 West Sweden ties including food, children’s
Road in Bergen. Book a single games, historical exhibits, craft
investigation, a private inves- demonstrations and sale, a
tigation with two or more peo- basket auction, a book sale and
ple, or a full team investigation live entertainment throughout
for teams of up to 8. Visitors can the day. The fair takes place
also book a guided tour with rain or shine. There is no cost to
the owner with advance reser- attend. Pembroke Town Hall,
vation. Special events and in- 1145 Main Road.
vestigation classes are offered
throughout the year. Event Livonia
is for those 16 ears and older Autumn in the Village: Livo-
(under 18 must have an adult). nia’s 17th annual Autumn in
Cost is $40. Call 585-297-0191 the Village Festival brings to-
for more information. gether families and folks of all
ages to downtown Livonia on
Eli Fish Brewing Company in Batavia is a must-stop on your beverage trail.
Sept. 14 the second Saturday in Sep-
Avon tember. The day long event
ferment. When you come cently a print shop. As for starts at 11 a.m. and includes
Brewing back to get it, you have a keg
full of beer. 733 Route 20A,
the beer, SLBP is into rustic
farmhouse beer styles, and
Livingston County Farm
Fest: The Livingston County
Farm Fest will be held from 11
arts and crafts, vendors, food,
live music and more. Down-
From T5 Strykersville. Information: beers with bold but clean a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mulligan Farm. town Livonia.
585-805-4006, www.windy- American flavor profiles. Take a farm tour, enjoy fun ac-
and those new to the adven- brews.com. Be on the lookout for beers tivities, the petting zoo and Sept. 8 to 23
ture. 1456 Bills Rd., Kent. SILVER LAKE BREW- that offer a nod to changes more. Admission is free. Mulli- See FESTIVALS T7
Information: 585-682-4629, ING PROJECT: Before of season, harvest time, and
www.schwenkwinecellars. Silver Lake Brewing Proj- use locally-sourced ingredi-
com. ect’s opened in 2017, the ents. 14 Borden Ave., Perry.
building had been a movie Information: 585-969-4238,
WYOMING COUNTY house, a luncheonette, a www.silverlakebrewing -
horse stable and most re- project.com.
long-standing Wyoming
County bar was converted EASY DOES IT
In an effort to keep their teeth clean and white, some people
into the county’s first brew
exert excessive pressure on their toothbrushes and/or use overly
pub featuring in-house
abrasive toothpastes and powders. This does more harm than
brewed craft beer and pub
fare. 44 North Main St.,
Don’t Wait Until the Last Minute! good. The fact is that plaque (sticky bacterial film) is soft enough
that minimal pressure on the brush, along with the detergents
Warsaw. Information: 585-
and mild abrasives in most toothpastes are all that is needed
786-3559, www.amberlan-
ternbrewingcompany.com. Remote Starters to remove it. Brushing harder does not help achieve a deeper
clean, may cause sensitive gum tissue to recede, and can even
Brew opened in 2017 by
Tonneau Covers erode tooth enamel. Proper brushing merely requires holding
a soft-bristled at a 45-degree angle to the gum-line and using
Bill and Michelle Snyder Back Up Cameras short, gentle strokes to clean one section of teeth at a time.
on Route 20A in Sheldon.
Give your delicate gums a break – treat them kindly with proper
It is named after the wind
care and they’ll reward you with years of optimal oral health.
turbines that can be found
nearby. One feature about
A R DCOR AUDIO And be sure to keep up with regular professional checkups and
cleanings, too. For dental care for the family, we welcome you to
Windy Brews not common
in other breweries is their
H BATAVIA FAMILY DENTAL, conveniently located at 6 Batavia City
space to have you brew your
own beer. The idea being
343-1530 Centre. You can reach us at 585.343.4246.
P.S. If you notice that you are brushing your teeth too hard,
try moving the brush in a small, circular motion, rather than
that you show up, use their 5009 East Main St. • Batavia, NY brushing back and forth.
equipment to make a beer,
and then leave it there to
Fall Fun Guide 2019 September 2019 • 7

and personal! Learn about

How do leaves change color? Festivals From T6
their adventurous lives and
discover what you can do to
help them out. Registration is
By BEN BEAGLE required. The cost is $5 per per-
Darien son or $10 per family. To reg-
The colorful hues of fall will ister, or for more information,
soon be upon us. Harvest Festival: Darien
Lake Theme Park will celebrate call 585-344-1122. Genesee
The change in leaf color County Park & Forest, 11095
from bright green to brilliant its annual Harvest Festival
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays Bethany Center Road.
red, orange and yellow fol-
lows a predictable pattern and Sundays in September.
Along with the theme park’s Sept. 13
in New York State. In West- Medina
ern New York and the Finger rides and games, there will be
food trucks, crafters, entertain- Comic Con: Lee-Whedon
Lakes, the color change typ- Memorial Library will host its
ically arrives the last week of ment and a beer tent. To pur-
chase tickets, or for more infor- fifth annual ComicCon at 6 p.m.
September and reaches its Come dressed up and enjoy
peak in the second or third mation, visit www.darienlake.
com. Darien Lake Theme Park, games, activities, prizes, food
week of October. and magic. You won’t want to
It takes about two weeks for 9993 Alleghany Road.
miss it. Registration is recom-
the colors to complete their mended but not required. For
cycles in any given area, with Sept. 7
East Bethany more information, call 585-798-
peak brilliance lasting three 3430 or visit www.leewhedon.
to four days in any one spot. Watching Monarchs: Sep-
tember is monarch butterfly org. Lee-Whedon Memorial Li-
Leaves typically begin the brary, 620 West Ave.
change first in the Adiron- migration season in New York
dack and Catskill mountain LIVINGSTON COUNTY NEWS FILE PHOTO State, so Genesee County Park
and Forest is holding a Mon- Sept. 14
regions in late August and Fall foliage is seen in Letchworth State Park.
arch Watching event from Arcade
early September. The color foliage change include wind, cool and days shorten, cells Wine and Beer Tasting: The
changes continue to spread 1:30 to 3 p.m. Seize the last few
heavy rain and whether or not at the base of the leaves dis- days of summer with a visit to Arcade & Attica Railroad will
out and down the state, end- there is a frost. The latter has integrate, blocking passages host its Wine and Beer Tasting
ing on Long Island in late Oc- a butterfly meadow and jour-
the most potential harm for from the leaves to the branch- ney into their world. Take part train ride at 5 p.m. Patrons will
tober or early November. foliage displays as a frost will es and causing chlorophyll enjoy a train ride through the
Autumn color is complex. in a nation-wide conservation
cause large amounts of leaves to slow and eventually stop, project and learn how these beautiful countryside, while
Seasonal conditions and the to fall from the trees. allowing the carotenoids and sampling locally crafted beers
resultant chemical changes beautiful butterflies are tagged
Three chemicals within anthocyanins in the leaves to and released and meet these or wines. Food available at the
in the leaves are the key fac- the leaves - chlorophyll, ca- become visible.
tors in the timing and color- masters of migration up close See FESTIVALS T15
rotenoids and anthocyanins Variations in color from
ation. - are involved in the annu- tree to tree, or even branch to
A season of adequate rain-
fall and amicable tempera-
al color change. During the branch, are often caused by LeRoy Hearth & Home
growing season, most tree factors such as disease, injury
tures, a growing season that
was mild and favorable, and
the hot days-cold nights of
leaves are green because
they’re full of chlorophyll.
or unusually wet or dry con-
ditions. COOL SUMMER
late August and early Septem-
ber set the stage for fantastic
The high amount of chloro-
phyll obscures other leaf pig-
ments, carotenoids (which
The “I Love New York”
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with the progress of the leaves
foliage. produce yellow, orange and changing colors in certain ar- Stove - Fireplace - Inserts
Conditions such as the
summer drought of 2016 can
brown colors) and anthocya- eas of the state. Updates are Up to $350 off
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ation and possible death of
sugar maples. Leaf peepers
saw large bare patches in the
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Area runs, walks raise awareness and funds

The Geneseo Trio, which by age group. The course is minutes, 46 seconds. There 9:30 a.m. After the run, enjoy details and registration in-
began with the running of certified for accuracy by USA were 116 registered runners family and children’s activi- formation, go to www.gle-
the Oak Tree races on Labor Track & Field. in the race, which was run at ties and a bounce house. For niris5k.itsyourrace.com.
Day weekend, will be com- Participants can register in the end of October. more information, call CA- Sept. 14
pleted during the month of advance at discounted prices The Rocha 5K is part of the SA-Trinity at 585-991-5012. Geneseo
September for the first time by visiting lwarc.org or call- Geneseo Trio partnership of Sept. 7 15th annual Comfort Care
in several autumns. ing 585-658-2828 ext. 128. road races that also includes Geneseo Walk: The walk at Highland
In past years, the partner Registration fees increase on the Oak Tree 5K/Half Mara- Ramon Rocha 5K: The sec- Park in Geneseo benefits Te-
races have been scheduled race day. The first 150 regis- thon (which was Sept. 1) and ond leg of the Geneseo Trio resa House, a comfort care
into October. trants will receive commem- Friday Knight 5K (Sept. 20). road race series benefits The ministry. Registration at 9
The next race in the trio is orative t-shirts. “I hope that runners like Arc of Livingston-Wyoming. a.m. with the walk at 10 a.m.
the Arc of Livingston Wyo- All money raised will bene- that all three Trio races are Registration begins 8 a.m. To receive a T-shirt, partici-
ming’s annual 5K Run/Walk fit The Arc of Livingston-Wy- held it the same month,” said at St. Mary’s Church, 4 Avon pants must submit at least
in memory of Ramon Rocha. oming Foundation, a private, Thomas, himself a runner. Road. Race starts at 9 a.m. $10. For more information,
The series concluded with not-for-profit organization “For me, it feels more con- For more information, con- call 585-243-1978 or www.te-
the running of the Friday committed to enhancing nected to complete a series tact Jeff Thomas at 585-658- resahouse.org.
Knight 5K on Sept. 20 on the the lives of individuals with in a tighter time frame. We 2828, ext. 128 or jthomas@ Sept. 20
campus of SUNY Geneseo. intellectual and other devel- are really looking forward to lwarc.org. Geneseo
In recent seasons, the Ro- opmental disabilities in local what this year has to offer.” Sept. 7 Friday Knight 5K Race/
cha Race has been the Trio’s communities. For the fleet of feet, or Letchworth State Park Walk: The final leg of the
finale. Prior to 2016, though, The event is named in those who prefer a more lei- 24th annual Glen Iris 5K Geneseo Trio road race se-
it had been run in mid-Sep- memory of Ramon Rocha, surely stroll, consider these Run: 10 a.m., Letchworth ries takes place on the cam-
tember. a SUNY Geneseo professor, upcoming events: State Park. This is the 24th pus of SUNY Geneseo at 6
“We looked at the history founder of the college’s Xe- Sept. 7 annual Glen Iris 5K Run/ p.m. Sponsored by SUNY
of the run/walk and found rox School for Multicultur- Dansville Walk in support of the Cor- Geneseo track and field and
that participation is gener- al Teacher Education and CASA-Trinity 5K Run for delia Greene Library in Cas- cross county teams. Regis-
ally higher when the race is board member of the Arc Recovery: The Run for Re- tile. This event will take tration form at www.gen-
held in September,” said Jeff who was instrumental in covery is a celebration of place entirely inside Letch- eseo.edu/5K.
Thomas, public relations di- the establishment of Teresa recovery. Run through the worth State Park and fea- Oct. 5
rector for The Arc of Living- House. tree-lined village streets and tures breathtaking views of Avon
ston-Wyoming. Last year’s Rocha 5K win- remote country back roads. the park and Genesee River St. Agnes School Race to
The event’s peak partici- ners were Alison Briggs of All proceeds from the run go Gorge know as the Grand
pation was in 2015, when the Geneseo, who finished in to help people in recovery Canyon of the East. For race See WALKS T14
race was Sept. 13 and more first place overall with a time who are struggling financial-
than 200 runners finished of 20 minutes, 38 seconds, ly with expenses. Registra-
the race. and Matthew Mulvaney, a Li- tion is the day of the event
“So for 2019, we chose to vonia youth who was second only and starts at 8:30 a.m. at
move the date of the race overall and the fastest male CASA-Trinity Inc., 45 Maple
back to September to give finisher with a time of 20 St., Dansville. Run starts at
more people the opportunity
to take part,” Thomas said.
At the conclusion of the
three races there are awards
for the Trio’s overall fastest
competitors among those
runners who participated in
all three events. Combining
their times for all three races Cindy Robinson, Proprietor
last year, Brian Wall of Gen- 527 Main Street • Medina, NY • 585.798.4410
eseo and Jennifer Apple of
Livonia earned top honors
as fastest male and female. Autumn Flavors
Wall’s total time was 71 min-
utes, 22 seconds; Apple’s was
73 minutes, 1 second.
Are Here!
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The Ramon Rocha 5K is
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1 regular priced item.
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with trophies awarded to Expires Dec. 31, 2019
overall winners and medals
Fall Fun Guide 2019 September 2019 • 9

Local farmers’ markets in full swing

despite summer crop setbacks
Special to The LCN
A cool and rainy spring de-
layed some crops, undersized
others, but as local farmers mar-
kets head into the fall, the mar-
kets remain in full swing.
The wet weather pushed
some vegetables back to later in
the season and some ended up
smaller, said Kyli Knickerbock-
er, owner of Fire Creek Farm in
Livonia and coordinator of the
Geneseo Farmers’ Market.
Strawberries, for example,
are usually over by the first week
of July but the Geneseo mar-
ket was just getting them at the
end of July, Knickerbocker not-
ed as she pointedto quarts of
lush strawberries for sale at the
Farmers’ Market table of Per-
ry-based small fruit and flower
Matt Merle of Merle’s Fresh A selection of produce available at Matt Merle’s Merle’s Fresh Matt Merle assists a customer at his Merle’s Fresh Produce stand
Produce, a busy farmer who Produce stand at the Geneseo Farmers Market. The Attica farmer at the Geneseo Farmers Market earlier this summer. The Geneseo
comes weekly from Attica to is a weekly vendor at the Geneseo market. market will continue into October.
Geneseo for the market, said
everything was growing slower they have no way to replenish and provide them with extra “My bees that are out in the aged.”
and behind this year. it because it’s too cold and too nourishment and insulation so field get hit by those big rain- The Geneseo Farmers’ Mar-
Produce farmers are not the damp.” that his bees could survive. drops and it knocks them right ket is at Center Street and Main
only ones influenced by the This means extra work for the Excessive and sudden rainfall down,” he said. “A lot of them every Thursday from 3 to 6:30
weather — Caledonia-based beekeeper. Werdein explained also threatens the bee popula- won’t make it back to the hive
beekeeper Dave Werdein of that he had to go out to his hives tion, he said. because their wings get dam- See MARKETS T11
Dave’s Natural Raw Honey was
able to sympathize for his own
reasons. We’ve Got Your Fall Get Togethers
e D a te October 5th & 6th
In a typical year, certain
blooms emerge in the region Covered! Save Th
by mid-April, giving bee colo-
nies the opportunity they need Cohocton’s 54th Annual
to leave the hive and begin to
restore the honey supply that
holds them and their new lar-
Fall Foliage Festival
vae over during the winter. In a “Ever Changing Leaves”
cold, prolonged spring howev- The Cohocton Fall Foliage Festival, named one of our Nation’s “Elite Festivals” by
National Geographic, was started in 1966 to show off the beauty of the Cohocton Valley.
er, blooms take longer to appear
and this can be dangerous to • Parade
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“Nothing was blooming, • Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
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there was nothing out there
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for them so they were feeding
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Warsaw Legionnaires 24th Annual

plan to celebrate 100th
FOR EVERYBODY: Two-day celebration in
September will include food, music and
activities for the entire family September 14-21, 2019
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community — Walter Klein “I know a good friend of
Post No. 532 of the American mine and member of post said,
Legion is planning a celebra- ‘When I got back from Afghan-
tion for Sept. 13 and 14 in the
Village Park.
istan, the thing that did me the
best was just being with you
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“Our primary mission obvi- As for the upcoming cele-
ously is veterans and veterans
affairs,” said Dan Walczak, an
Army veteran who currently
Walczak repeated that al-
though planning was still un-
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for children and youth, and
trying to maintain the ideals of
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veterans who care,” said Post Later in the day, the Legion- ^Utility Vehicles are intended for off-road use.
Commander Dan McLaughlin, Commercial products are intended for professional use.
naires will have displays by 2
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was recently recognized for its games available for friendly
service to youth — notably its competition. Activities will
Boys State program — but also switch at 7 p.m. to the fire-
its support of the Boy Scouts, a men’s grounds within the park
Celebrating 26 Years 1993-2019
junior marksmanship program, for the Buffalo area band Joe Mon.-Fri.
and even an Easter egg hunt. 7-5:30
and the Shmoes, along with Sat. 7-4
And it maintains a lineage food trucks, and beer and wine,
from World War I, to World
War II, to Korea and Vietnam, See LEGION T14
Fall Fun Guide 2019 September 2019 • 11

days through Oct. 3 at 50 Maple Perry Farmers Market Festival Plaza, South Main St., ment. Information, 585-237-
Markets St. Food stamps, WIC, EBT and
senior citizen coupons are ac-
Open 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Saturdays to Sept. 28 at Perry
Perry. Hosts 15 to 20 vendors,
live music and other entertain-
2614, www.perryfarmersmar-
From T9 cepted. Information call, 335-
p.m., running into October. Geneseo Farmers Market
Vendors from around the re- Open 3 to 6:30 p.m. Thurs-
gion sell and promote a range of days until Oct. 17 at Center
local products including fresh Street between Main Street and
fruits and vegetables, meat and the public parking lot drive.
dairy, baked goods, wine, flow- Lots of activities, local vendors
ers, honey and goat milk soap. and musicians will be featured.
Certain vendors have bright For more information, call Kyli
green signs at their tables, indi- Knickerbocker, 585-233-9856.
cating that they accept checks Lima Farmers Market
from the New York State De- Open 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays
partment of Health’s Farmers’ until Oct. 22 at 7295 West Main
Market Nutrition Program. St., corner of Routes 15A, 5 and
The program runs from June 20. Information, call Sue Mue-
through November, provid- hleisen, 752-9238 or smue-
ing checks to allow for the pur- hleise@aol.com.
chase of fresh fruits and vege- Livonia Public Market
tables by women, infants and Open 9 a.m.-noon, Satur-
children through the Women, days, starting until Oct. 26 at
Infants and Children Program, First Presbyterian Church of Li-
and to senior citizens through vonia, 3837 Center St. and Route
the Commodity Supplemental 20A. Farmer, gardener and cer-
Food Program. tified kitchen vendors. Informa-
“It’s for women who have a tion, call Ken Schoonover, 233-
baby or young kids, or elderly 9611.
people,” said Merle, one of the Mount Morris Farmers
famers who takes these checks. Market
The Geneseo Farmers’ Mar- Open from noon until 6 p.m.,
ket is supported by the Village Fridays until Sept. 27 at 103
Main St. Accepting food stamps,
and Town of Geneseo as well
as the Association for the Pres-
ervation of Geneseo and the
WIC, EBT, FNMP checks, and
senior citizen coupons. Infor-
Genesee Valley Conservancy. mation call Anna Spencer, 910-
The market had its first season 260-1057.
in 2011. Nunda Area Farmers
Here’s a look at Farmers’ Market
Market in the GLOW Region: Open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Satur-
days until Oct. 26 at the Govern-
ment Center, State and Mas-
GENESEE COUNTY sachusetts streets. For vendor
Genesee County Farmers information call 314-6128.
Market Springwater Farmers RTS Genesee RTS Orleans
Open every Tuesday, Thurs- Market (585) 343-3079 (585) 589-0707
day and Friday to Oct. 27 from Open 3 to 6 p.m. Fridays at myRTS.com/Genesee myRTS.com/Orleans
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the corner of the Four Corners in Springwater
through Oct. 11. Plants, veggies,
153 Cedar Street 225 W. Academy Street
Bank Street and Alva Place in the
city of Batavia. For more infor- berries, fruit, baked goods, eggs, Batavia, NY 14020 Albion, NY 14411
mation, visit Genesee Country honey, herbs, wool, and crafts.
Farmers’ Market on Facebook. No fees for vendors, springwa-
Le Roy Farmers Market terfarmersmarket.com.
Open 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sat-
urdays to Oct. 5 at Trigon Park. ORLEANS COUNTY
For more information, call 585-
297-2441. Canal Village Farmers
Bergen Community Market RTS Livingston RTS Wyoming
Farmers Market Open 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Satur- (585) 658-4690 (585) 786-6050
Open 4 to 7 p.m. through Oc- days through October at 127 W. myRTS.com/Livingston myRTS.com/Wyoming
tober in Hickory Park on Route Center St. in Medina.
Kendall Farmers Market - Hampton Corners 38 Duncan Street
19. For more information, call
585-494-1675. Open 3:30-7 p.m. Thursdays un- Operations Center Warsaw, NY 14569
til the third Thursday in October 4390 Gypsy Lane
at Clarendon Historical Society
LIVINGSTON COUNTY on Route 31 in Clarendon.
Mt. Morris, NY 14510
Dansville Farmers Market
Open 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Fri- WYOMING COUNTY
12 • September 2019 Fall Fun Guide 2019

“Genesee Valley 100” returns for second year

Artist Roy Grisewood of
Sparta painted a scene for
last year’s inaugural “Gene-
see Valley 100” that was par-
ticularly meaningful to him.
Griswood returned to the
scene for the second “Gene-
see Valley 100,” which is us-
ing photographs to highlight
the region’s landscape.
Grisewood is one of 98 pho-
tographers who have signed
up for the project, which will
debut with an exhibition
opening in November.
“This was a really neat
idea, to present the same
view of the Genesee Valley
through two different artis-
Gajewski, executive director Artist Roy Grisewood has submitted this photograph for the
of the Genesee Valley Con- second “Genesee Valley 100,” a community art project organized
This painting by artist Roy Grisewood was featured in the by the Genesee Valley Conservancy. The project will feature
nized both projects. photographs of the Genesee Valley.
The new exhibit will open inaugural “Genesee Valley 100” community art project organized
Nov. 24 with a reception at by the Genesee Valley Conservancy. The project featured more
than 100 paintings of the Genesee Valley. Conservancy launched the Genesee Valley Council on
Silver Lake Brewing Project,
first Genesee Valley 100 art the Arts, the Conservancy re-
14 Borden Ave., in Perry. The
ranges from Lake Ontario to and I anticipate will be strug- project with painters from cruited 96 artists who creat-
show will run through the
the Pennsylvania border. gling to pick out their one across the region.
end of the year. See GENESEE VALLEY T14
The Finger Lakes, Gene- image to submit within the With support from the
Photographers have been
out shooting all year. They see River, wildlife, and agri- last few weeks approaching
must submit their photo for culture are some of the main the deadline.”
the project by Oct. 25. areas Gajewski expects pho- Gajewski, who is also a KELLERWILLIAMS
“Hearing about individ- tographers to feature, but photographer, plans to sub-
uals out shooting has been he hopes photographers will mit an image for the project.
also submit less obvious sub- “I’m going to look for an Sunny K. Rathod
great and we’ve tapped into a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
different cross section of the jects and photos of hidden image of Conservancy pro-
population this year, so most corners of the Valley. tected land to highlight the c. 585.813.2445
of the participants are new, “Because this is photogra- valuable landscapes that sunnyrathod@kw.com
although there are some phy, and not painting which landowners in the Genesee www.therathodteam.com
painters who are also partici- typically requires more time Valley have protected for fu-
pating again,” Gajewski said. to do and dry, people have ture generations.” 2731 Transit Rd., Ste 102, Elma, NY 14059, 716.324.2300
Photographers of all ages, been out shooting all year Last year, Genesee Valley Each office is independently owned & operated.
abilities and styles were in-
vited to apply for a slot in the
exhibition. The goal of the
project is to create a mosa-
ic as diverse as the Genesee
Valley itself.
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Fall Fun Guide 2019 September 2019 • 13

A celebration of agriculture at Mulligan Farms

AVON - Farm Fest, Living-
ston County’s annual cele-
bration of agriculture, will be
hosted by Mulligan Farms, 5403
Barber Rd., this year.
The event, scheduled from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m., features a day
of family activities and tours as
it educates residents about the
work of local farmers.
Farm Fest draws thousands
of visitors to an area farm each
Typically, the event features
displays of large farm equip-
ment – a draw to both young
children and the not so young,
wagon rides, and tours where
participants learn about tech-
nology and advancements in
Several agencies, business Visitors ride in wagons as they tour Coyne Farms during the 2018 Farm Fest.
and other organizations are on
hand to distribute information In 2014, Mulligan Farms East Avon hosted the event.
about their services. was named “Farm of the Year” Other recent Farm Fest hosts
Mulligan Farms has a legacy by the Livingston County Area have included Dairy Knoll Farm
dating back to 1840 when it was
established by Aaron Barber Chamber of Commerce and in Groveland, Swyers’ Dairy
Jr., who completed the Greek Tourism. Farm in Dansville and Noble-
Revival homestead in 1852. In Last year, Coyne Farms in hurst Farms in Linwood.
1920, Edward and Nancy Mul-
ligan purchased the 640-acre
property, which was advertised
in a sales brochure as “The Fin-
Home Sweet Home
est Farm in New York State.” Let Me Find Yours!
Edward, the son of a Roches-
ter doctor, had an urban back-
ground, but loved farming and Mary Schillinger Cooke
had attended the agricultural Lic RE Salesperson
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The farm has since grown
in both acreage and stock. The
farm has also been active in the Autumn is the
Genesee Valley Conservancy’s
farmland protection program
run by the state Department
time to ride
of Agriculture and Markets.
The Mulligans protected their
main farm in 2010 with Genesee
Valley Conservancy, but have
since expanded their farm and
in January were among six area More Than Just a
farms awarded grants for addi- "Motorcycle Shop" Since 1958
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son and an online gallery

Legion Genesee was also setup on the Con-
servancy website.
From T10

Valley The diversity of the Gen-
esee Valley has long provid-
ed inspiration for artists,
n Sept. 14 — Doors will open
From T12 including Thomas Cole,
at 9 a.m. with displays and ated 110 works inspired by founder of the Hudson
various speakers throughout River School of Art. Cole
the valley. A six-week ex-
the day. The Legionnaires also traveled to the area in 1839
hibit of the 12-by-12-inch at the request of state Ca-
plan to start the day with a chil-
dren’s parade, with details to works at the Silver Lake nal Commissioner Samual
be announced soon. Brewing Project in Perry Ruggles who wanted Cole
Games and scavenger hunts allowed the community to to capture the gorge’s un-
will be conducted through- view the paintings in per- spoiled beauty.
out the day. Walter Klein’s
great-nephew and his family
ty projects such as vision
will be on site as well as a World
War I re-enactor who will give
two- to 45-minute talks in a
Walks checks for children, yearly
library contributions and
first-person perspective. PHOTO COURTESY OF WALTER KLEIN POST 532 From T8 the Noyes Cancer Center.
An inflatable obstacle course Legionnaires Frank Hollister Jr. and Dan Walczak are shown at For more information and
provided by The Charcoal Cor- the Legion building at Warsaw’s village park. Post members say Educate With Heart & Soul registration details go to
ral will be available starting at the organization offers a definite sense of camaraderie. 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun www.dansvillelions5k.
11 a.m., along with an appear- Run/Walk: Event for all Nov. 28
ance by Hawk Creek Wildlife the organization was chartered still keeps getting people in, ages, runner and non-run- Livonia
Center. by Congress. from generation to generation ner, begins 9 a.m. at 60 Livonia Turkey Trot: A
The Legionnaires will be “Congress establishes our to generation, and still helping
Park Place, and benefits the 3.4-mile run starts at 8 a.m.
joined at 1 p.m. by the Buffa- eligibility requirements,” he out,” McLaughlin said. “The
school while teaching kids at Livonia High School, 2
lo Zoomobile unit, with youth said. “We have fought for a long patriotism is still there, you
time to get those requirements about health and wellness. Bulldog Blvd.. Hosted by
group displays throughout the know?”
changed ... On July 30, the “I think among our post real- Register online at www. The Friends of Livonia Ed-
day. There will be kids’ crafts,
president signed into law the ly, especially among those who stagnesavon.org/racetoed- ucation Foundation, Li-
face painting and balloon art-
Legion Act, which has opened are frequently involved with ucate. vonia Central School and
ists on-site.
Food will be available for the door for anybody who’s an stuff, there’s a huge feeling, Oct. 6 the Village of Livonia with
purchase by Laurie’s Restau- honorably-discharged veteran almost like a family,” Walczak Dansville proceeds benefiting the Li-
rant and Yummies Ice Cream. who served since Dec. 7, 1941.” added. “I think a lot of us have Dansville Lions 5K: The vonia Food Pantry. For low-
The restored Veterans’ Mon- He said the organization is all experienced some similar race begins at 9 a.m. at the est registration fees and a
ument that was ruined in the extremely proud Congress was things and did our time. We American Legion Daniel race t-shirt, register by Nov.
May 2015 storm will be unveiled able to solve the issue in a bi- enjoy that camaraderie, and to Goho Post 87, 34 Elizabeth 1 at itsyourrace.com and
at 1 p.m. The Legionnaires partisan manner. see any organization which can St. The proceeds support search for “Livonia Turkey
will then host local band King So the American Legion’s survive 100 years is amazing.” the Lions Club communi- Trot.”
Domino that evening and food history continues, both nation-
trucks will again be on-site. ally and in Warsaw.
One thing the post would “It’s very fascinating and
like to clear up as Legionnaires exciting at the same time that
— Walczak said the American something was kept going for
Legion got complaints in the all these years, especially with
past that its membership eli- everything that’s going on
gibility too limited. But he said nowadays — to see that a group

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grounds, 7370 Water St.

Festivals Sept. 14 to Oct. 27
From T7 Scottsville
Stokoe Farms Pumpkin
turn-around. Tickets are $35. Patch and Harvest Fest: 10 a.m.
For more information, or to to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sun-
purchase tickets, visit www. days from Sept. 15 to Oct. 28.
aarailroad.com. Arcade & Atti- The farm offers more than 35
ca Railroad, 278 Main St. family-friendly activities, in-
cluding bee zip lines, bounce
Sept. 28 pillows, hayrides, giant slides,
Albion corn box, pedal karts, nature
Cobblestone Tour of Homes: trail, cargo climb, Hillbilly Hens
The Cobblestone Museum will Singing Chickens, games and so
run its annual Cobblestone much more. This year the farm
Tour of Homes from 11 a.m. is offering two mazes. The corn
to 4 p.m. This annual tradition maze is a solar energy maze.
has been enjoyed for over 30 The second maze is a soybean
years and is now a mainstay maze. Stokoe Farms has a me-
on the Cobblestone Museum’s nagerie of animals, such as NICK SERRATA/ LIVINGSTON COUNTY NEWS FILE PHOTO
calendar of events. Owners of Dromedary camels, emu’s, Ku- Geneseo’s Megan Herrick, a sophomore from Elmira, comes to terms with the task ahead of her moments
many of the buildings featured nekune pigs, Patagonian Mara, before the start of the chicken wing eating contest at the 2016 Geneseo Autumn Wing Fest in Geneseo.
in the tour are graciously allow- a yak, goats, sheep, birds, zebu’s
ing ticket holders to tour the and two wallabys named Bunji Rush in the drum corps, brass en-
interior of their homes. This and Bindy. Weekends in Octo- Fall Foliage By Trolley Rides: semble, jazz music eras. The
behind-the-scene glimpse has ber welcome The Marvelous The New York Museum of final performance of the St.
been a favorite of previous at- Mutts Canine Spectacular. All Transportation will offer its Joe’s Reunion Brass Ensem-
tendees and will certainly be a rescue dogs, they perform three Fall Foliage by Trolley rides bles. General admission is $5; th� ART of Mand�
highlight of this tour, too. Tick- shows daily of agility and Fris- from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. each reserved seating is $10. For
ets for the Cobblestone Tour bee tricks. The farm offers sev- Sunday from Sept. 15 to Oct. more information, call (585)
of Homes are available at the eral different varieties of pump- 27. Enjoy the beauty of autumn 343-3892. All proceeds from
Cobblestone Museum or on- kins, gourds, squash and fall in Western New York from tickets and free will offering go
decorating needs. To purchase the window of an authentic, directly to Crossroads House. is
line at www.cobblestonemu-

seum.org. For more informa- tickets, or for more informa- 90-year-old electric trolley car. City Church, 210 East Main St.
tion, call the museum at (585) tion, call (585) 889-0770 or visit Trolleys operate throughout
589-9013. Cobblestone Muse- www.stokoefarms.com. Stokoe the day starting at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 21
um, 14389 Ridge Road Farms, 656 South Road Reservations are not required. Geneseo October 1, 2019
For more information, call Gala in the Valley: 6 p.m. at
to 52 Main Street
Sept. 21 Sept. 15 (585) 371-5797 or visit www. the National Warplane Mu-
Pembroke nymtmuseum.org. New York seum. The event, in its eighth LeRoy, NY
Kiwanis Car Classic: The Museum of Transportation, year, benefits the United Way
Native American and Pio-
10th annual Kiwanis Car Clas- 6393 East River Road of Livingston County. Tick- WEEKLY ART CLASSES
neer Heritage Day: The annual
event takes place from 10 a.m. sic will be held from 11 a.m. to ets to the black tie optional •
to 4 p.m. at Trailside Lodge ar- 4 p.m. in Pembroke Town Park. Sept 21 gala are $125. A cocktail hour PRIVATE EVENTS FOR
ea in Letchworth State Park. The event will feature classic Batavia and silent auction begins at
Watch Native Americans danc- cars, vendors, food trucks, kids Musical Memories Concert: 6 p.m. followed by dinner at KIDS AND ADULTS
ers perform traditional dances activities, basket raffles and hot The Crossroads House 10th 7 p.m. with cocktails and live (585) 356-2533
and learn about their cultural dogs/hamburgers by Cross- annual Musical Memories
roads House. Pembroke Town Concert is scheduled for 6:30 www.theARTofMandy.com
significance. The day’s events See FESTIVALS T16
will include craft demonstra- Park, 8750 Alleghany Road to 9 p.m. at City Church. It is
tions, as well as a variety of an evening filled with music
demonstrations related to Sept. 15 to Oct. 27 from professional musicians
Native American and pioneer
life. Food, goods and fun will
be available. Letchworth State
Park, 1 Letchworth State Park Pick Your Own
• Strawberries • Christmas Trees
Sept. 21 and 22 • Raspberries • Blueberries
Hemlock • Apples • Etc.
Finger Lakes Fiber Festi-
val: A showcase of local fiber September and October
vendors at the Hemlock Fair-
grounds (Route 15A) includes Monday through Saturday 9-6
classes, free lectures and
demonstrations. The cost is $7 and Sunday 10-4
per person, free for ages 12 and
younger. Hours are 10 a.m. to 798-4247
5 p.m. Sept. 21 and 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Sept. 22. Hemlock Fair- 11170 Maple Ridge Rd. • Medina, NY 14103
16 • September 2019 Fall Fun Guide 2019

Information www.littlelakesny. that persist to the present day ty or to book go to www.Rolling- ton. The festival features a jur-
Festivals org. Little Lakes Community
Center, 4705 South Main St.
- and some are based on his-
torical accounts. Reservations
HillsAsylum.com and click on
ied arts and crafts show, food,
day-long entertainment, a car
From T15 required, gcv.org. Genesee the calendar and/or to buy tick- show and an apple contest. For
Sept. 22 to 23 Country Village and Museum, ets. You may also leave a mes- more information, visit www.
music starting at 8:30 p.m. For Arcade 1410 Flint Hill Road sage at 585-502-4066. hiltonapplefest.org. Down-
more information, call (585) The Great Train Robbery: town Hilton, West Ave.
519-4250, uwlivingston.org. The Arcade & Attica Railroad Sept. 28 to Oct. 28 Sept. 28 to 29
National Warplane Museum, will host its “Great Train Rob- Darien Bergen Sept. 28 to Oct. 26
3489 Big Tree Lane bery” at 1 p.m. Sept. 21-22. Fright Fest: Darien Lake National Alpaca Farm Days: Hunt
Genesee Valley Hunt Pa- This family event features cos- Theme Park will hold its Fright Northwoods Alpacas in Ber- Grizzly’s Trail of Terror: A
rade: The opening of the Gen- tumed actors. Tickets are $22 Fest from 6 to 11 p.m. Fridays, gen, Alpaca Delights in East thrilling and terrifying one-of-
esee Valley Hunt takes place for adults and $20 for seniors, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturdays and Bethany, Enchanted Forest a-kind Trail of Terror bus ride
on Main Street at 7:30 a.m. children and veterans. For 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays from Alpacas in Le Roy and Triple and walk along a trail filled with
The parade of hounds and rid- more information, or to pur- Sept. 27 through Oct. 27. By day, B’s Alpaca Farm in Darien will gruesome and horrifying mon-
ers begins at the south end of chase tickets, visit www.aarail- families with young children participate in National Alpaca sters. This event is not recom-
Main Street at the Wadsworth road.com. Arcade & Attica Rail- can enjoy a trick-or-treat trail, Farm Days from 10 a.m. to 5 mended for children younger
Homestead and ends at the road, 278 Main St. along with other kid-friend- p.m. Saturday and Sunday. than 13 years old, pregnant
north end, at the Hartford ly activities. But, at night the National Alpaca Farm Days is a women and those with medical
House. Downtown Geneseo, Sept. 23 to Oct. 28 park transforms from a theme weekend-long open house that conditions. Admission is $15 at
Main Street Medina park to a scream park featur- takes place the final weekend the door and it is recommend-
6th Annual Genesee Valley Vineyard Express: The Me- ing: zombies roaming around each September. Visitors can ed that children younger than
Chicken Wing Festival: Be- dina Railroad Museum will every corner; new scare zones pet and freed the animals, walk 16 years old be accompanied
gins at noon, ends at 3 p.m. run its Vineyard Express train and haunted mazes; two new the trails and watch videos of by adults. The event takes place
Presented by the Association ride from 11:30 a.m. to 6:45 haunted houses (additional fee alpaca sheering and turning every Saturday from Sept. 28
for the Preservation of Gen- p.m. Oct. 6 Your ticket includes required); and a new laser light their hair into yarn. Shop for through Oct. 26. Hours are 7:30
eseo (APOG). On Main Street, a Medina Railroad Museum show, Laser Spooktacular, per- clothing made with the ani- to 11:30 p.m. Food and bev-
restaurants from all over Liv- tour, dinner at Spring Lake formed on Friday and Saturday mal fiber. Some sites will have erages will be available. Little
ingston County will set up to Winery, music by the lake and nights at 10:30 p.m. To pur- demonstrations on spinning, Monster’s Day, scheduled from
compete for the prestigious an interactive murder mystery chase tickets, or for more infor- felting, weaving. noon to 4 p.m. Oct. 27 will fea-
title of “Best Wings in the Val- play. Dress appropriately for mation, visit www.darienlake. AppleUmpkin Festival: The ture friendly, non-scary mon-
ley.” Besides the wing tasting the weather. Reservations are com. Darien Lake Theme Park, 33rd annual AppleUmpkin Fes- sters for children to get treats
there will be a wing eating com- required and may be made 9993 Alleghany Road tival is scheduled form 10 a.m. to from. Once the trail of treats has
petition - compete for the title online through www.medina- 5 p.m. Sept. 29-30 in the histor- been completed, the Spooky
“Champion Chicken Chomp- railroad.com. Medina Railroad Sept. 28 ic gaslight village of Wyoming. Bus will take everyone back
er.” To sample the wings, Museum, 530 West Ave. Medina Walk along the gas-lit streets down the trail where kids will
tickets must be purchased in Ale in Autumn: The 10th lined with hundreds of craft ven- be given a bag of loot. $10 for
advance from savethewall. Sept. 27 annual Ale in Autumn festival dors, strolling entertainers and trick or treaters. Kids wearing
brownpapertickets.com. All Mumford is scheduled for 2 to 7 p.m. in delectable festival treats. For a costume will be entered in-
proceeds fund APOG’s Save After-Hours Tour: Ghost Downtown Medina. Presented more information, visit www. to a drawing to win a prize. For
the Wall Project. A beer tent for Stories: Genesee Country Vil- by the Medina Business Asso- appleumpkin.com. Downtown more information, call 585-476-
guests 21 and older. Live mu- lage & Museum will feature a ciation, the event will feature Wyoming, Main Street 2249. Grizzly’s Trail of Terror,
sic by The Ref Airs. Downtown mildly theatrical, largely his- beer tasting and visits to the 10042 South River Road
Geneseo, Main Street torical and thoroughly...un- quaint shops of the business Oct. 5 and 6
Mumford nerving event. Explore eerie district. For more information, Hilton Oct. 4 to 5
Smithsonian Museum Day folktales of supernatural visits visit www.medinabusiness. Apple Festival: The 38th Caledonia
Live!: An event sponsored by and haunted happenings from org. Downtown Medina, North annual Hilton Apple Fest is Harvest Bounty Fall Fair: En-
Smithsonian magazine that of- across New York State on a Main and East Center streets scheduled for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ter all your spring, summer and
fers two free admission tickets guided walking tour through East Bethany: Dinner with a Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4:30
on Sept. 21 to Genesee Country the shadowy corners of the Ghost and Hunt, 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. p.m. Sunday in Downtown Hil- See FESTIVALS T17
Village and Museum. The mu- Historic Village. Handed down at Rolling Hills Asylum on 11001
seum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 from generation to genera- Bethany Center Rd. Cost is $69
p.m. In order to get the tickets,
apply online at the Smithsonian
tion, these are ghostly stories per person. To check availabili-
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Sept. 28
Barn Festival: From 9 a.m. to DROP-INS ALWAYS WELCOME!
3 p.m. at the Little Lakes Com-
munity Center. The third annu-
al Barn Festival has activities for
the whole family, featuring local 2 School Street, Geneseo
craft and food vendors, music www.shaktiyogageneseo.com
all day, wacky bounce house, shaktiyogageneseo@gmail.com
balloon mania, and games. Also
“Special Touch Bakery” pie sale. 585-243-5240
Fall Fun Guide 2019 September 2019 • 17

will remember for a lifetime. through some of the down- 10 a.m. Saturday. For more in- Ghost Walk and visit sever-
Festivals Registration is required. Call
585-457-3228 to register for a 6,
town businesses, tasting over
20 fantastic New York State
formation, visit www.gcv.org.
Genesee Country Village & Mu-
al “ghosts” connected to the
museum’s past. Tour guides
From T16 7 or 8 p.m. time slot. The cost is wines. Several large raffle bas- seum, 1410 Flint Hill Road will lead you through a walking
$8 for Buffalo Audubon Society kets, photo booth fun, prizes tour of about a dozen different
fall flowers, fairy gardens, do- members and $9 for non-mem- for best dressed, social media Oct. 12 to 14 locations on the Museum’s
mestics, canning, woodwork- bers. For more information, voting on “Best Place to Taste”, Castile campus, including the cobble-
ing, animals, vegetables, any- visit www.buffaloaudubon.org. and much more will be offered Letchworth Arts & Crafts stone schoolhouse, the oldest
thing you made or grew. All fair Beaver Meadow Audubon Cen- at this year’s event. For more Show and Sale: The 44th annual cobblestone church in North
entries in by 7 p.m. setup/entry ter, 1610 Welch Road information, visit www.down- Letchworth Arts & Crafts Show America, and a cobblestone
day Oct. 4. Opening day of the townbataviany.com. Down- and Sale is scheduled for 10 a.m. parsonage, all National Histor-
fair is Oct. 5 at 9 a.m., car cruise Oct. 5 to 27 town Batavia, Main Street. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ic Landmarks. Along the way
2-5 p.m.; wine, craft beer, ci- Attica and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday guests will “meet” apparitions
der, cheese and chocolate tast- Haunted Hay Rides at Crow Oct. 5 to 6 in Letchworth State Park, High- of such notables as newspaper
ings 4-7 p.m. Also music, food Creek: Take a ride through Mumford land Recreation Area. The festi- editor Horace Greeley, William
vendors, wagon rides, raffle a haunted farm from 7 to 10 Fall Festival and Agricul- val features artists from around Babbitt who superintended
baskets and more throughout p.m. Fridays and Saturdays tural Fair: Genesee Country the country showing and selling the construction of District #5
the day. Information living- throughout October. Covered Village & Museum will present their creations. It is now ranked Cobblestone Schoolhouse and
stoncountyfair.org. Living- wagons are used during rain. its annual Fall Festival & Agri- in the top 100 in the nation became Town Supervisor and
ston County Fairgrounds, 319 There is a warming hut for cultural Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 for classic and contemporary served in the NYS Assembly;
Leicester Street chilly evenings. Refreshments p.m. Saturday and Sunday. shows. Get a jump start on your and Rev. Stephen Smith who
are available. For more infor- All youth ages 17 and under holiday shopping by support- gave the dedicatory address
Oct. 4 to 13 mation, call 585-322-3090. admitted free. The authentic, ing master artists in their crafts. at the opening of the Cobble-
Batavia Haunted Hay Rides at Crow 19th Century country fair will Park admission is $10 per car- stone Universalist Church in
The Batavia Players will Creek, 1520 Mengs Road includes live-stock shows and load. For more information, call 1834. Tours begin every 20
present “The Rocky Horror Pic- Oct. 5 to 28 a farmers market. There will be the Arts Council for Wyoming minutes and will last about 90
ture Show” at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. Arcade non-stop activities all week- County at 585-237-3517 or visit minutes. The event will be held
4, 5, 11 and 12 and 2 p.m. on Fall Foliage Train Rides: end long, in tradition of the www.artswyco.org. Letchworth rain or shine and a half mile of
Oct. 6 and 13. Tickets are $15 The Arcade & Attica Railroad county fairs of days gone by. State Park, 1 Letchworth State walking is required. The cost is
for adults and $13 for students will host its fall foliage train Shop the merchant tents, eat Park $10 for adults and $5 for chil-
and seniors. Tickets are avail- rides Fridays, Saturdays and your way through everything dren ages 12 and under. To reg-
able at www.dailynewstickets. Sundays through October. See from apples to strudel. Enter- Oct. 19 ister, or for more information,
com. Shows will take place at beautiful colors of autumn tainment includes circus act, Albion call 585-589-9013 or visit www.
Harvester 56 Theater at 56 Har- while riding the rails. For more magic show, Punch and Judy Ghost Walk: Join the Cob- cobblestonemuseum.org.
vester Ave. in Batavia. information, or to purchase show and base ball champion- blestone Museum to step back Cobblestone Museum, 14389
tickets, visit www.aarailroad. ship games. Also the 4th annu- in time from 1 to 5 p.m. with
Oct. 11 to 13 com. Arcade & Attica Railroad, al Cast Iron Chef Competition the Cobblestone Museum See FESTIVALS T18
North Java 278 Main St.
Enchanted Forest: 6 to 9 p.m.
at Beaver Meadow Audubon Oct. 5
Center. An evening visit with Batavia
the animals, (portrayed by cos- Downtown Batavia Wine
tumed interpreters) who call Walk: The Downtown Batavia
Beaver Meadow home. Fun for Wine Walk, presented by the
the whole family, the Enchant- Downtown Batavia Business
ed Forest is an experience you Improvement District, from
5 to 8 p.m. Make your way

• Trimming & Pruning

• Landscapes
• Hardscapes
• Lawns
• Patios
• Walkways
• Retaining Walls
• Lawn Fertilization
18 • September 2019 Fall Fun Guide 2019

want to immerse yourself in the cider and donuts. In the muse- Reservations are required. To
Festivals railroad experience, there are
lunch options available. Depar-
um, there will be a unique trick-
or-treating experience in Hal-
register, or for more informa-
tion, call 585-533-1113 or visit
tion, 6393 East River Road

Oct. 23
From T17 ture times are: 11 a.m., 12 p.m. loween-decorated trolley cars. www.nymtmuseum.org. New
and 2 p.m. each scheduled date. Special hours and prices prevail. York Museum of Transporta- See FESTIVALS T19
Ridge Road. Tickets are $35 for first class,
$25 for coach, $23 for seniors,
Oct. 6
Harvest Festival: A day for
$18 for children ages 1-17 and
free for children under 1. To
purchase tickets, or for more in-
formation, visit www.medina-
Get your Car Ready for all
the family to celebrate the
railroad.com. Medina Railroad

of your Fall Adventures

year’s grape harvest with hay-
rides through the vineyard, Museum, 530 West Ave.
face painting, candy, lawn
games, and more. Costumes Oct. 17 to 20
are encouraged. Hosted by Mumford
Deer Run Winery from noon to “Spirits of the Past” Theat-
4 p.m. Deer Run Winery, 3772 rical Tours: Genesee Country
West Lake Road. Village & Museum will present
its annual Spirits of the Past
Oct. 11 to 19: Theatrical Tours from 6 to 9
Batavia p.m. Oct. 17-20. A night sure to
The West Side Ghost Walks send a chill down your spine,
will take place Oct. 11, 18 and these guided tours look into
25 starting at the Holland Land the dark recesses of the village Arnold Miller Jennifer Doraski Dan Cavanaugh Luis Rivera
Office Museum at 131 West and explore some hair-raising Service Manager Service Advisor Service Advisor Service Advisor
arnoldm@upstateautogroup.com jdoraski@upstateautogroup.com dcavanaugh@upstateautogroup.com lrivera@upstateautogroup.com
Main St. in Batavia. Admission tales of lore. Guided only by
is $10.00 and reservations are lanterns, you’ll see the village
required with purchase. For in a whole new - and sinister -
tickets or more information, light. Tours are approximately WE WILL MEET OR BEAT
75 minutes long and leave in Any Local Written Competitive
please call (585) 343-4727, Repair Estimate
email at hollandlandoffice@ groups of 20. Not recommend-
gmail.com, or stop by at 131 W. ed for children under the age
Main St. Batavia. of 12. Also a Spirits Buffet Din-
ner will be available. Advanced
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Oct. 19
Ale and Cider Tasting: The
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cursions Oct. 16, 20, 26 and 27. Children and their parents are
Enjoy a two-hour, round trip
train ride through the wooded
encouraged to wear their Hal-
loween costumes. The trolley
Proud Member of The Genesee County Chamber of Commerce
scenery and along the Erie Ca- will take riders to the Pumpkin
Patch where they will decorate Service & Parts Hours
nal that is even more stunning
a free baby pumpkin and enjoy Mon., Tues. Thurs. 8-8; Wed. & Fri. 8-5; Sat. 8-4
during autumn. If you really
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Great Batavia Train Show in

Festivals Batavia
The Great Batavia Train
Show: Ride the rails from 9:30
the Call Arena at Genesee Com-
munity College. More than
cieties will participate. All forms
of model railroad and train-re-
lated merchandise will be avail-
free for children younger than
13. For more information, vis-
it www.gsme.org. Richard Call
From T18 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during the 100 dealers along with railroad able. Admission is $5 for adults, Arena, Genesee Community
modeling and preservation so- $2 for children ages 13-18 and College, 1 College Road.
Fall Harvest Auction: Fresh
fall produce and more will be
available during the fall harvest
auction at 7 p.m. at Stafford
Town Hall. For more informa-
tion, call (585) 344-1554. Staf-
ford Town Hall, 8903 Morgan-
ville Road

Oct. 26
Historic Batavia Cemetery
Candlelight Tour: The Batavia
Cemetery Association will host
guided candlelight ghost walks
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. through the
Historic Batavia Cemetery. The
tours will feature the famous
and infamous movers and shak-
ers who shaped and influenced
the City of Batavia. Tours run
every 15 minutes. Admission is
$10. Tickets are available at the
gate the day of the event. Res-
ervations are strongly recom-
mended and may be made by
calling (585) 343-3220. Proceeds
benefit the upkeep and resto-
ration of the cemetery. For more
information, visit www.batavia-
cemetery.com. Historic Batavia
Cemetery, Harvester Ave.

Oct. 25 & 26
Trick-or-Treating in the Vil-
lage: Genesee Country Village
& Museum will hold its annual
evnet Friday evening and Sat-
urday afternoon. Gather the
family, put on your best cos-
tume and enjoy a fun-filled fall
evening or afternoon strolling
through the village. One dozen
houses will be open for youth
trick-or-treating, with villagers
in non-scary Halloween cos-
tumes distributing treats and
trinkets (some treats are aller-
gy-free). Highlights include Teal
Pumpkin Project houses, bon-
fire with marshmallow roasting,
storytelling, movies, games, free
face painting and more are also
part of the festivities. Tickets are
good for either Friday or Satur-
day, and may also be purchased
at the door. To purchase tickets,
or for more information, visit
www.gcv.org. Genesee Country
Village & Museum, 1410 Flint
Hill Road

Nov. 10
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