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A B Cole Real Estate .........................45 Genesee Country Campground .........15 Quality Inn, Geneseo .....................104
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Adam Miller’s Toy & Bike Shop ..........72 Genesee County Economics ..............10 R.A. Haitz Co. Inc. .............................6
Affordable Floorcovering ..................99 Genesee County Fair ........................62 Rector Hicks Funeral Home ................85
Alabama Holley Farms .....................57 Livingston Arts ...................................8 RKK Trucking & Excavating................97
Alexander Fire Department................37 Geneseo Collision Service, Inc. .........76 Rochester Skydivers ..........................21
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Art Ah La Carte ...............................88 Glen Iris Inn.....................................44 Spotlight Theatre ..............................97
Attica Rodeo ...................................38 Go Art! ...........................................70 St. Joseph School .............................65
Avon Corn Fest ................................87 Godfrey’s Pond ................................85 Stafford Painters...............................89
Barber Hill Wellness .........................95 Gullo’s Kitchen & Bath ......................98 Stan’s Harley-Davidson .....................60
Barretts Batavia Marine ....................54 Hammocks of Geneseo .....................11 Stonewall Craftique ........................102
Batavia Bootery ...............................95 Hampton Inn, Geneseo ...................104 Sunnyside Cycle ..............................63
Batavia Business Improvement ...........35 HARDCOR AUDIO .............................8 Tamarack Campground ....................16
Batavia Country Club .......................23 HAUL 4 LESS ...................................39 TF Brown’s ......................................93
Batavia Cycle Center ........................49 Hickory Ridge Golf & RV Resort .........60 The Farmers Wife.............................65
Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel ........51 Holland Land Office Museum ............13 The LCN ...........................................7
Batavia Muckdogs ...........................25 Houghton Letchworth KOA ................15 The Oaks at Livingston County
Batavia Peace Garden......................30 Jan’s Smoke Shop ..............................9 Country Club .................................102
Batavia Players ................................87 Kreative Kitchen Design ....................10 The Ridge Campground ....................17
Beachcomber of Conesus ..................90 L&L Motors ......................................14 The Viking Valhalla at the Rose Garden
Beaver Meadow Family Campground ...15 Leisure’s Restaurant ............................2 Bowl ...............................................54
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Brae Burn Golf Course ......................99 Livingston-Wyoming Arc ...................46 Union Hose Fire Company ................38
Brockport Arts Festival ......................25 Livonia Inn ......................................99 Upstate Chevrolet .............................96
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Bubba’s Landscape ..........................60 Lopez Construction ...........................18 Uptown Tan .....................................91
Camp Cherith ..................................16 M & R Automotive ............................95 Walking In The Woods Gifts ..............75
Camp Stella Marris ..........................43 MacDuffie Sand & Gravel ...............103 Watt Farms .....................................95
Cannon & Van Allen, LLP...................14 Main St. Pizza Company ..................99 Wegmans .......................................80
Commercial Auto .............................40 Martin Brothers Chevrolet..................10 WGSU, SUNY Geneseo ...................18
Cornell Cooperative Extension Meadowbrook Golf Course ...............99 Wiley’s Riverside Marina, LLC ...........55
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Dansville Artworks............................62 Meyers RV Superstores .......................7 Zirbel Automotive .............................72
Davis Countryside Meadows .............22 Michael Tomaszewski Funeral &
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Empire Realty Group ........................98 National Hotel .................................29
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Erie County Fair ..............................89 Nothnagle Realtor ............................27
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Exit 11 Auto ....................................96 Nothnagle, Mary Cooke .................102
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O’Brien’s Septic ...............................73 Shelley Gillman, Howard Holliday, Denise Martin,
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Finger Lakes Opera ..........................46 Oak Orchard Canoe & Kayak ...........44 Amy Mault, Kim Roberts, Jen Vasi
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Florence’s Perpetual Estate Sale .......102 Oliver’s Candies ..............................79 Cover Photographers: Mark Gutman,
Fratelli’s Restaurant .........................102 Orleans County Tourism ....................67 Rocco Laurienzo and Nick Serrata
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Fabulous festivals, entertaining events
A major highlight of summer in the four-county GLOW
region is the many community festivals that take place.
In Livingston County, the season includes early June
events such as the Francis Bellamy’s Glory Day and the
Photographer’s Dream Day at Mount Morris Dam. Add in
Geneseo’s Summer Fest, Ring of Fire events on Conesus
and Silver lakes or Avon’s Corn Festival for more fun. And
don’t forget the state Festival of Balloons that floats into
Dansville at the end of every summer.
If you’re willing to take a short drive, you can find
luscious strawberries at Albion’s Strawberry Festival, the
music-filled Ramble Music and Arts Festival in Batavia’s
Jackson Square, a converted alley that has become a pop-
ular summer music destination, Le Roy’s long-running
Oatka Festival, or a Civil War re-enactment set on a train
along the Arcade & Attica Railroad.
Festivals provide a perfect summer family escape – for a
day or a couple of hours.
Check our list, save a date and venture out this summer.

ALBION STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News File Photo
June 9-10 • 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. A family takes a selfie at the Bergen Parade.
Saturday • Downtown Albion, Main Street, Albion. www.
crafts, food vendors, raffle and musical entertainment.
The festival marks its 31st anniversary this year.
Parade begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Events include See EVENTS 11



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Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News File Photo
The parade of the Bergen Park Festival marches down the
street last year.

Events house. Please, no pets in the
park that day. Free admis-
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June 10 • 11 a.m. • June 10 • 4 p.m. (gates open at 2 p.m.) • Dansville
This Main Street festival Municipal Airport, Route 63
is an annual celebration of
Flag Day and the birthplace See EVENTS 12
of Francis Bellamy, author
of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Family friendly events
include a petting zoo, Lego
Build-Off at the library,
local vendors, businesses,
music, art contest and Civil
War re-enactors at the Mills
Mansion. Also tastings from
local breweries, wineries
and restaurants.
The Francis Bellamy
Memorial Parade starts at
6 p.m. on Main Street and
heads to Bellamy Park on
Lackawanna Avenue. The
day’s activities will be
capped off with fireworks at
9:30 p.m. Hosted by Mount
Morris Partners for Prog-

June 10 • Noon to 11
p.m. • Downtown Bergen,
Route 19, Bergen
Fun-filled family day.
Parade, food and craft ven-
dors, music throughout.
New this year, 40’ obsta-
cle course and new bounce
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Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
The Batavia All Stars rock the large crowd at Jackson Square during the annual Ramble music festival in Batavia.

Events June 15-17
Come watch or participate in the kiddie parade that
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off at 7 p.m. Friday. The grand parade starts at 6 p.m. Sat-
urday with fireworks at dusk. A carnival will be at Kiwanis
Municipal Airport, Route 63 and Shay Road • 519-5455 or Park, Route 436. Sponsored by the Nunda Fire Department.
Five classes of trucks and tractors. Sanctioned by Empire
State Pullers, Pro Pulling League and Lucas Oil. CELTIC FAIRE
Food and beverage stands on site, including a chicken June 17 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Genesee Country Village &
barbecue and beer tent. Admission: adults $15, children Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • 538-6822, www.
7-12 $5, 6 and younger free. Free parking. Sponsored by
Union Hose Company No. 1. Rain date is June 11 at 1 p.m. A day of song, dance and an array of authentic food and
drink to honor the Scots and Irish and their rich heritage that
PHOTOGRAPHERS DREAM DAY is present throughout the region. Admission.
June 10 • 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. • Mount Morris Dam &
Recreation Area, 6103 Visitor Center Rd., Mount Morris • GENESEE VALLEY FARE AND WARE FESTIVAL
658-4790 June 17-18 • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Letchworth State Park
Join the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Canyon • Mount Morris Entrance
Camera Club for a day of picture taking and learning. Enjoy A celebration of local food, drink and art. Presented by Liv-
photo seminars, photo walks and tours of the dam. This is ingston Arts with Livingston County Chamber of Commerce.
a free public event.
LIMA’S GERMAN FESTIVAL June 24, July 22, July 29, Aug. 5 • 213 East Main St.,
June 11 • 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. • take Route 5 & 20 to Fac- Batavia
tory Hollow Road and follow the signs Bring your chair or blanket and enjoy a family movie
This festival includes German music, dancers and food, night in downtown Batavia. Movies start at dusk (about 8
children’s activities and vintage VWs on display. p.m.)
Donation $5 per person, children 16 and under are free. See EVENTS 13
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June 24-25 • 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. • Genesee Country
Village & Museum, 1410
Flint Hill Rd., Mumford •
The historic village comes
to life with re-enactors por-
traying shopkeepers, house-
wives, merchants and soldiers
amidst the sounds of fifes and
drums, cannons and muskets.
Also Austen-era music and
dancing. Admission. Livingston County News File photo
The crowd at the 60th annual York Leicester Field Days at the York High School watch as
YORK LEICESTER FIELD DAY fireworks light up the sky.
holic beverages, smoking, WARSAW FIREMEN’S inees, chicken BBQ, parade,
July 1 • 7 p.m. • York Cen- pets and outside vendors. live entertainment, fire-
tral School grounds, Routes FOURTH OF JULY CARNIVAL
The rain date is July 2. July 2-4 • Warsaw Town works. Information, www.
63 and 36, Greigsville
Admission is free and Park, Liberty Street, Warsaw
the events include opening RAMBLE MUSIC AND ART FEST Midway rides, kiddie mat- See EVENTS 19
and closing ceremonies, July 1 • 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
games for all ages, music, • Jackson Square, between
refreshment, face painting,
a stilt-walking Uncle Sam
Jackson and Center streets,
Batavia • www.downtown-
and jump house obstacles
courses for kids. A great
Musicians of differ-
History Heroes
fireworks display will com- ent genres and styles play Summer Program
mence at dusk. The event, throughout the day on three
in its 64th year, is supported stages. There will also be Tuesday - Friday • 10am to 4pm
by donations. artisans and a kid’s zone.
School rules prohibit alco- Free admission.
July 18th - 21st • July 25th - 28th
Open to children ages 7 -12
Famous Historic Sites • Cemetery Tour
Historic Crafts • Animal Show
• Field Trip to Theodore Roosevelt
Inaugural Site, Buffalo
• History Museum
• Penny Carnival (Bring A Friend!)
• Musical Celebration
For more information or to register your
child, please contact,
the Holland Land Office Museum at:
Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
Connor Oberst, age 5, and Annabelle Wilson, age 6, on a
ride at the Warsaw Firemen’s Fourth of July Carnival last Program coordinator: Anne Marie Starowitz
year. They are from Franklinville. Museum Director: Ryan Duffy
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Series explores life of William Letchworth
The annual “Learn About prepared the mastodon for Erie Railroad Bridge built three structures that have and
Letchworth Series” will William Letchworth, which is 1851-1852. The discussion will span the mighty Genesee.
explore life “In and Around displayed in the Letchworth will continue with the cur-  Aug. 16, “Square
the Genesee River” during Museum. rent influence of the new brid Dances at the Time of Mr.
2017. Lectures are sched-  July 19, “Stories ge. Letchworth”: SUNY Gen-
uled for 7 p.m. Wednesday in
Humphrey Nature Center at
of the Seneca”:  Aug. 2, “Wicket eseo ethnomusicologist and
Long-time story- Ways”: An excerpt perfor- Western New York music
Letchworth State Park. teller Cris Riedel mance of a light-hearted romp historian Jim Kimball will
The schedule: will present “Sto- through local history and teas- review the musical, histori-
 July 5, “Letchworth ries of the Seneca” er for the full musical featur- cal and social workings of a
State Park: The Scenic and the story of ing three local actors. Set in square dance of the time of
Society Years 1907 – 1930”: the Last Council 1890 at the Glen Iris, Carolyn Mr. Letchworth.
The Park’s first two decades at Letchworth Riedel Bishop, Letchworth’s long-
were a time of great change Park. Letchworth Aug. 23, “Mr. Letch-
time secretary, is concerned worth and Three Enlight-
and growth. The talk by Tom himself convened the Final about the guests he invited
Breslin and Tom Cook uses Council among the members ened Colleagues”: The pre-
to his croquet tournament. sentation will discuss how
photographs, maps, docu- of the Iroquois Confedera- George Eastman and Susan
ments and stories. cy and relocated the Council Pascal Pratt of Buffalo, Wil-
B. Anthony will certainly spar liam Webster of Rochester
July 12, “The History House to its current location on women’s suffrage; Matron
in Letchworth State Park. and Dr. Cordelia Greene of
of Ward’s Science”: Kelly Ellsworth will flirt and cheat Castile interacted with Letch-
Smith of Ward’s Science  July 26, “Gene- her way across the pitch, worth during the last half of
will regale us with the histo- see Valley People of Influ- while Clara Barton may have the 19th century.
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Races require fleet feet or pedal power
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races offered in the Genesee
Valley for those who are fleet Sept. 9: Glen Iris 5K Run/ July 22: The Rock Criterium
of feet or powerful of the Walk. Race begins at Trout and The Rock Run. Both are
pedal. Here’s a look at select- Pond in Letchworth State presented by American Rock
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Nick Serrata/Daily News File Photo
Crowdgoers take shade underneath the tree and listen to Kelly’s Old Timers, who were inside the tent during Fourth of
July Picnic in the Park at Centennial Park in Batavia last year.

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July 3 • Begins at 10 p.m. • Conesus Lake, north end
Lake residents light flares at 10 p.m. along the entire
shoreline of the lake creating a ring of fire, sponsored by
Conesus Lake Association.
The fireworks, coordinated by Conesus Fest for Charity,
with 100 percent of the funding from Lake residents and
friends who come to witness one of the largest fireworks
displays in Upstate New York. Ten percent of all funds
collected will be donated. Nick Serrata/Daily News File Photo
From left, children enjoy coloring during the Fourth of July
RING OF FIRE Picnic in Park at Centennial Park in Batavia last year.
July 3 • 10 p.m. • Silver Lake
Residences along the shore line of Silver Lake light flares JULY 4TH FIREWORKS CELEBRATION
and fires. Fireworks at 10 p.m. July 4 • 9:45 p.m. • Mark Tubbs Memorial Park, Ziegler
Drive, off 15A, Lima
Gather the family and bring your chairs or blankets to
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July 4 • noon to 5 p.m. • Centennial Park, Batavia • 343-
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There will be music and performances on the Main Stage. INDEPENDENCE DAY
Art vendors, food and family activities. Free admission. July 4 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Genesee Country Village &
Presented by the Genesee-Orleans Regional Arts Council. Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • 538-6822, www.
Pomp, music and merriment are part of the day’s July 4th
FOURTH OF JULY LIONS CLUB CELEBRATION festivities, highlighted by the swearing in of new American
July 4 • Lyndonville Central School, 77 Housel Ave., citizens on the steps of the Town Hall. Ceremony begins at
Chicken barbecue, parade, craft show and fireworks. See EVENTS 20
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11 a.m. Different settings
in the historic village will
reflect how Americans
have celebrated the Fourth.
Admission applies.

July 6-8 • Buffalo Hill
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Route 20A, Varysburg •
Some of the top names in
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Performers include Old
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Stock. For information or Eden Wondra works on her chalk art creation during last year’s Perry Chalk Art Festival,
to purchase, visit www. which takes place in downtown Perry.
Michael’s Episcopal Church, Check the website for Geneseo Community Players.
ALEXANDER TRACTOR PULLS 23 Main St. at 10:30 a.m. details on this fun summer
on Saturday, then marches See EVENTS 21
July 7-8 • www.alexan- musical presented by the down Main Street to the Vil-
The event kicks off with a lage Park. A free Skycoast-
community movie night on
Thursday. Then resumes Fri-
ers concert starts at 8 p.m. on
Saturday in the park. Save The Date!
day night with a chicken bar- th
becue and vendors, live band, PERRY CHALK ART FESTIVAL 29
beer tent, bounce house ($10/ July 8 • Downtown Perry • A nu
child), kiddie parade, tractor
pull and more all weekend. A full day of music and
activities accompanies the
GENESEO ROTARY annual chalk art competition.
SUMMER FESTIVAL Live music, farmers market,
July 7-8 • Geneseo Vil- face painting, Tour de Per’-
lage Park • Main and Park RY and Taste of Summer.

streets •
Enjoy musical concerts, WARSAW VALLEY FEST
entertainment, delicious July 13-15 • Downtown
food, arts and crafts ven- Warsaw Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm • Parade at 11am on Saturday
dors, and petting zoo in the Scavenger hunt, chil- LIVE Nickel City
Village Park during this Rich
dren’s activities, outdoor MUSIC Reptiles
annual event. Downtown vendors, music, community the
businesses have sidewalk yard sales, merchant side- Magi
sales starting Thursday. c
Man ns
The Rochester Philhar-
walk sales, food from local
Duck Balloo
restaurants and more.
with a
Sat. 1
monic Orchestra will again Derbpy Sun. 4
perform its Summer Spec- Su n . 5 m
T wist
tacular with fireworks Friday THE MUSIC MAN
night at Wadsworth Audito- July 13-15 • Alice Austin Parade • Food • Crafts • Entertainment
rium, SUNY Geneseo. Theater in SUNY Geneseo’s
Brodie Hall, Park Street • gen-
The Teddy Bear Parade
begins on the grounds of St.     

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July 14-16 • National
Warplane Museum and Air-
field, 3489 Big Tree Lane,
off Route 63, Geneseo •
243-2100 •
More than six hours of
non-stop flying demonstra-
tions of World War II and
Korean era aircraft. See vin-
tage planes up close and talk
with pilots. Visit the 1941
Historical Aircraft Group
Museum which is also locat-
ed at the Geneseo Airfield.
Food and merchandise ven-
dors. Also be sure to visit
the re-enactment camp and
kid zone.
Aircraft arrival day is Fri-
Ben Beagle/Livingston County News File Photo
day, (gates open at 6 a.m.),
there are no scheduled per- Lou Horschel returns his P-51 Mustang, “Mad Max,” to its parking area following a perfor-
formances. Admission. July mance at last year’s National Warplane Museum’s annual air show in Geneseo.
15 and 16, performanc-
es from 10 a.m. until 4:30 and giveaways for children.
p.m. (gates open at 7 a.m.). Bring your favorite teddy
Admission. Free parking. bear/stuffed animal and
your picnic lunch.
July 15 • 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
July 15-16 • Downtown
• Trailside Lodge, Letch-
Le Roy
worth State Park
Parade will begin at 11
The fun family event fea-
tures a teddy bear parade,
story time, crafts, games

Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
Selby Davis cooks sausages at the LCCP booth during last
year’s Oatka Festival.
22 • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • Summer Guide

Rocco Laurienzo/ Daily News File Photo
Michael Ehrmentraut talks
with judge Stanley Rogacki
Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News File Photo during competition in the
Mikaylah Pocock, 12, rests with her cow during last year’s Genesee County Fair. livestock program at last
year’s Genesee County Fair.

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One of the
Finest Facilities
a.m. on Saturday and will be held on Lent Avenue, Le Roy.
Tri the Oatka’s Get Fit Race Saturday. Arts and crafts show in the County
and family oriented entertainment. The Duck Derby will
Located at:
begin at 5 p.m. on Sunday. Regatta at 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
CONESUS LAKE ASSOCIATION ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW 11070 Perrry Rd., Pavilion • (585) 584-8450
July 15-16 • Long Point Park • West Lake Road (Route
256) and Long Point Road, Geneseo
Come see the top-quality crafters including jewelry, jams
and jellies, pies, photography and more. Enjoy the enter-
tainment and food court on beautiful Conesus Lake. Face
painting and alpacas for the children.
Hours: Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Free admission and parking.
July 15-16 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Genesee Country Vil- - DRIVING RANGE -
lage & Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • 538-6822, Par 72 • 6,300 yards,
Genesee Country Village and Museum commemorates located overlooking the Genesee Valley
battles of more than 150 years ago. Each day sees battles
at 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Townsfolk occupying the village Call us for Tournament Dates
will offer musical concerts and vignettes depicting civilian or Upcoming Tournaments
life during the war. Explore the military camps. Admission. Check out our entire schedule at

July 17-22 • Genesee County Fairgrounds, 5056 East
Midway rides, stock car racing, demolition derby, and OR THE DAILY NEWS, CALL (585) 343-8081,
tractor pulls. Fair Queen and Princess Pageant.
OR TOLL FREE 1 (888) 217-6397.
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July 18-22 • Hemlock
Fairgrounds, Route 15A •
367-3370 •
This family summer event
features fun rides and mid-
way, Skin & Bones Come-
dy Circus, petting zoo, food
stands, tractor pulls, dem-
olition derby, harness rac-
ing, horse pull, racing pigs,
talent show and monster
trucks. Also check out the
many exhibits and demon-
strations. Every evening
great bands are scheduled to
perform. Admission.

July 20-22 • 7:30 p.m. •
Nick Serrata/Daily News File Photo
Livonia High School Audi-
torium, 2 Bulldog Ave., The Troll Diggers team members (Front row) Andrew Jones, Lila Neal (presenting the tro-
Livonia • livoniacommuni- phy to the winners), Jeff Ebe, Andrew Agent, (Back Row) Zach Kimmel, Jonah Pak, Isaiah Jenks , Sam Pak won last year’s Greased Pole Climbing Contest at the Orleans County
Fair in Knowlesville.
Sweeney Todd is a musi-
cal masterpiece combining
ing contests, talent shows,
the suspense of watching
the Demon Barber of Fleet pie eating contests, chain-
saw art, tractor pulls and
2017 Junior Golf Clinic
Street become a mass mur-
live entertainment includ-
derer with the dark humor
of Mrs. Lovett serving the ing bands and a magician. July 10-14 Ages 7-9
newly deceased as meat July 17-21 Ages 10-15
pies. Sweeney Todd is a
crowd favorite so don’t miss KINGDOM BOUND July 24-28 Ages 10-15
the opportunity to see this July 26-29 • Darien Lake
performance by the Livonia Theme Park, 9993 Allegh- 8:30 - 11am Daily
Community Players. any Road, Darien Center •
633-1117, www.kingdom-
THE ROCK CRITERIUM Friday Tournament Early Start 7-9am
Christian music festival Tom Tucker - Instructor
AND FITNESS FESTIVAL featuring speakers, semi-
July 22-23 • Mount Mor- nars, family fun and musical $99 Per Week • $89 Per Week For Siblings
ris • artists. Darien Lake rides
This event is a bicycling and attractions available.
and running celebration that Admission applies. BATAVIA
Batavia Country Club
provides unique competition 7909 Batavia-Byron Rd., Batavia
in several different styles of WEST SPARTA 343-7600 •
July 29 • 10 a.m. to 4
ORLEANS COUNTY FAIR p.m. • Park at West Spar-
July 24-29 • Orleans ta Town Hall, 8302 Kysor-
County Fairgrounds, 12690 ville-Byersville Rd. • town-
Route 31, Albion • 798-5191
Greased pole climb- See EVENTS 24
Jor Granita/For The Livingston County News File Photo
From left, 11-year-old Emily Steward from Pavilion, 7-year-old Devin Cunningham from York and 9-year-old Wyatt Nardi
from York compete in a sack race at York Valley Fest.

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Country fun for everyone – free admission and activi-
ties. Entertainment, quilting demonstrations/exhibit at the
town, vintage cars and tractors on display, life in the 1800s
demonstrations and Civil War encampment. Children can
enjoy games, petting zoo, pony rides and wagon rides. Meet
the Dairy Princess. Vendors will offer food, arts and crafts
and more.

YORK VALLEY FEST Ben Beagle/Livingston County News File Photo
July 29 • 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Note new location: York Josh Marcks as Sir Andrew Aguecheek, left, with Jordy Neil
Central School, 2578 Genesee St., Greigsville • 243-3128, as Sir Toby Belch in “Twelfth Night,” performed last year.
Start the day with a pancake breakfast at York United ANYTHING THAT FLOATS REGETTA
Presbyterian Church 8-10 a.m. and a 5K run and family fun July 29 • 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. • Vitale Park, Lakeville on
run, registration at 8 a.m. Events and entertainment begin at Conesus Lake •
10 a.m. and will include petting zoo, arts, crafts and food Get your teams together and start building. Boats must be
vendors, “Now and Then” ag equipment display, raffles made of recycled items. For rules, regulations and fee check
and door prizes, car cruise, farmers market, fun area for the website. Watch the race and enjoy a DJ, hot dogs and
kids. Vintage in the Valley antique appraising will be done snacks. Also silent auction and raffles. Sponsored by the
11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Also fingerprinting by Livingston Chip Holt Nature Center.
County Sheriff’s Office from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. See EVENTS 29
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Enjoy evenings at our free concerts
in the Geneseo Village Park
Presented by Geneseo Productions Inc.
Friday June 23rd - 7-9pm Friday August 4th - 7-9pm
Bob’s Brother’s Band Full Swing Band
Friday June 30th - 7-9pm Big Band Sound, Old and New
Tommy T & The Gliders Friday August 11th - 7-9pm
Friday July 14th - 7-9pm The Ghost Riders
Bob Bunce’s Rural Delivery Friday August 18th - 7-9pm
Friday July 21st - 7-9pm
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Genesee Johnny Big Band
Friday September 1st - 7-9pm
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Aug. 3-5 • 6:30 p.m. • Also 2 p.m. matinee on Aug. 5
• Perry Public Beach, Silver Lake • https://www.shakeon-
The outdoor Shakespeare festival returns for its sixth year
with “Romeo and Juliet.”

Aug. 3-6 • Exchange Street Arena, 38 Exchange St., Atti-
ca •
This year is the 60th annual event, which is a nationally
recognized rodeo; bronc & bull riding, calf roping, barrel
racing and team penning. Live music Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. Admission.

August 4-6 •
Free music starts at 8 p.m. Friday. Saturday features free
kids games and rides beginning at 10 a.m., bed races 1 p.m.,
euchre tournament at 2 p.m., crafts and music. Food vendors
10 a.m.-11 p.m. Sunday includes a vintage vehicle parade
sponsored by Lima Rotary, crafts, food, and more music. Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
Peter Hallman in Bronc Riding at last year’s Attica Rodeo.
Aug. 5 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Octagon Shelter, Lower Falls
area, Letchworth State Park • 493-3600
Join interpretive hikes to various Civilian Conservation
Corps sites within Letchworth and learn of the CCC’s con-
tribution to the development of the Park.

Aug. 5 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Downtown Dansville • 335- Casual Dining in a Restored Stagecoach
6920, Stop & Tavern
Come and see the creative sidewalk chalk art, demonstra- Located on Rt. 20A in Cuylerville
tions, live music, and a juried arts and crafts show and sale. between Leicester & Geneseo
Free and open to the public.
LONG POINT PARK FIDDLERS’ PICNIC Beerbattered Haddock Fish Fry
Aug. 5 • 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fresh Haddock served with soup, salad, coleslaw
Long Point Park, Conesus Lake, West Lake (Route 256) and potato or rice
and Long Point roads, Geneseo
Old time country music on stage. Off stage jam sessions. Saturday & Sunday
Food concession and chicken barbecue. Free admission and Dinner for Two
parking. Choice of Either:
Prime Rib, Chicken, Fish or Seafood
ANTIQUE TRUCK, FARM & CONSTRUCTION SHOW Includes 2 dinner entrees, sides, soup and mixed
green salad, a 2 House made desserts
Aug. 5-6 • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Stafford Fireman’s Grounds, Route 5, Stafford • 768-
6503 Phone 585-382-3130
Tractor pulls, slow truck race, Saturday Evening Dinner,
parade, flea market and more. Serving Dinner: Thursday, Friday and Saturday 5-9pm
Sunday from 3-8pm
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Aug. 5-6 • 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. • Genesee Country
Village & Museum, 1410
Flint Hill Rd., Mumford •
Celebrate the stories of
one of the most popular
writer of 19th-century fron-
tier life and learn about her
ties to Western New York.
Many family activities can
be found throughout the
historic village. Admission

Aug. 5-6 • 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. • Highbanks Rec-
reation Area, Letchworth Genesee Country Village & Museum Photograph
State Park • 493-3600 Young fans of Laura Ingalls Wilder experiment with wooden washboards at a previous
Come and check out the year’s Genesee Country Village & Museum’s Laura Ingalls Wilder Days.
RVs, boats, camping, hik-
ing, fishing, and hunting
supplies and outfitters at this Village & Museum, 1410
show in the park. Flint Hill Rd., Mumford •
Vintage “base ball” teams
PIONEER PICNIC gather for three days of gin-
Aug. 6 • 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ger matches. The games are
• Pioneer Cabin and Muse- played by 1868 rules – that
um, 3727 Walker Rd., Perry means no gloves or protec-
A day of honoring the first tive equipment is allowed. Thank you Batavia &
settlers, with a day filled About a dozen clubs from Genesee County for helping to make
with family entertainment, New York, Michigan, Ohio,
music and tours of the arti- his beautiful garden possible.
Massachusetts, New Jersey,
facts housed in the historic Maryland and Canada are Here you will also see a memory/celebration walk,
Pioneer Cabin and Museum. expected to compete in the a monument of Paulo Busti who was responsible for
15th annual tournament. the settlement of the area, a military monument
PUCCINI’S TOSCA The museum’s two ladies with a globe of the world, a design of a mill stone to
Aug. 11 & 13 • Canandai- teams will also be playing honor the placement of the early settlement as it is
gua Academy Auditorium, Sunday at 1 p.m. on the along side a creek, several benches for a peaceful
435 East St., Canandiagua • Great Meadow. Admission safe place to relax right at the crossroads of western applies. New York. There will be 23 flags flying that will
Presented by Finger Lakes represents each country that has a garden and a
Opera at its new venue in BEERTAVIA three sided information kiosk to announce
Canandaigua. Visit website community events.
for showtimes and ticket Aug. 12 • 3 to 6 p.m. •
Alva Place and Bank Street Come and enjoy all the beautiful flowers from tulips,
information. daffodils, intermixed w/catmint, coral bells, black
parking lot, Batavia • www. eyed susan’s, autumn joy sedum, red-twig dogwood,
NATIONAL SILVER BALL The third annual craft lilac and many many more.
TOURNAMENT beer festival offers samples Stay tuned for exciting summer events from
Aug. 11-13 • 10 a.m. to the Daily News & our facebook page
4 p.m. • Genesee Country
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Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
A crowd gathers inside the beer tent during last year’s Beertavia.

food, games, arts and craft vendors, Kids Zone, corn eating
Events contest at noon, souvenir t-shirts and 50/50 raffle.
A free outdoor concert featuring the Skycoasters will be
held 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Free admission, parking and shuttle
From 30 bus service.

from more than 20 New York state craft breweries and CIVIL WAR DAYS
cideries along with food and live music. Tickets are $30; Aug. 12-13 • Arcade & Attica Railroad, 278 Main St.,
$40 for VIP and $10 for DDs. Arcade • 492-3100,
Departures leave at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Watch the battles
AVON ROTARY CORN FESTIVAL rage, ride the trains, see the Blue and Grey fighting on and
Aug. 12 • 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Downtown Avon • avon- off the train. Visit the camps and talk with the soldiers, experiencing how the civilians lived in the 1860s. Admis-
Events include live entertainment all day on three stages, sion applies.

Daily News File Photo
Crowds attend the Wyoming County Fair every year.
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Aug. 13-20 • Wyoming
County Fairgrounds, 70 Main
St., Pike * 493-5626, www.
Exhibits, demonstrations,
midway rides, horse shows,
livestock, flowers, farm
products, home arts, working
antique displays, parades and
tractor pulls. Free admission.
$5 parking fee.

Aug. 18-20 • Bellamy
Park, Lackawanna Avenue Nick Serrata/Livingston County News File Photo
• mountmorrisnyrotaryital-
Brayden Bithorn (center), 3, from Chili picks up matching ducks as his twin brother Jaxon looks away during last year’s Summer Carnival on Conesus Lake.
This great family event
features arts and crafts, Ital-
(gates open 9 a.m.) • 10401
ian and American cuisines,
kids play area, entertain- Poags Hole Rd., off Route
ment, car show and fire- 36, Dansville • 335-9260,
works. Shuttle buses to and
from parking and Main One of the largest hill-
Street shops. climbs in the country. Lots
of vendors offering food,
merchandise and more.
OLD-TIME FIDDLERS’ FAIR Admission $20; children 10
Aug. 19-20 • 10 a.m. to and under free. Parking is
4 p.m. • Genesee Country $5. Event takes place rain
Village & Museum, 1410 or shine.
Flint Hill Rd., Mumford •
Rosin up your bow for a
melodious weekend featur- Aug. 25-27 • 10 a.m. to
ing hundreds of musicians 6 p.m. • Highbanks Rec-
on four stages. Non-stop reation Area, Letchworth
entertainment. Held rain or State Park • 493-3600
shine. Admission applies. This event features flint-
knapping, stone tool making
demonstrations, Native Amer-
GERMANFEST ican crafts and 19th century
August • 10 a.m. to 5 mountain men encampment,
p.m. • Attica Veterans Park, Atl-Atl competition.
Exchange St., Attica • www. ATTIC TREASURES SALE
Come celebrate all things
German with food, music Aug. 26 • 10 a.m. to 3
and entertainment for the p.m. • Livingston County
entire family. Historical Society Museum,
30 Center St., Geneseo •
Livingston County News File Photo
243-9147 • lchistory@fron-
POAGS HOLE PROFESSIONAL Multi-colored hot air balloons such as this one are a com-
MOTORCYCLE HILLCLIMB mon sight at the New York State Festival of Balloons in
See EVENTS 33 Dansville.
Aug. 20 • 12:30 p.m.
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Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
The Alexander Fireman’s Band plays for the crowd at last year’s Oakfield Labor Days event.

Events Aug. 31-Sept. 4 (Labor Day weekend) • Dansville
Municipal Airport entrance on Maple Street, Dansville •
From 32 335-8418 •
The festival begins with a free balloon glow Thursday at
7 p.m. Daily balloon flights (weather permitting) Friday 6
Shop for quality antique, vintage, and unique items p.m., Saturday and Sunday 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Monday
on the grounds of the Museum as a fundraiser. Rain or at 6 a.m. Event highlights include arts and craft vendors,
international food court, free entertainment, rides and
amusements for children, and a car show. Entrance fee is
GERMAN HERITAGE & HOPS HARVEST FESTIVAL $5 per person, children under 12 free.
Aug. 26 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Genesee Country Village
& Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Rd., Mumford • 538-6822, See EVENTS 34
The Germans in Western New York played a major
role in shaping the history of the Genesee Country, and
the foundation of our current local craft beer movement
by introducing hops. Celebrate with musical perfor-
mances, dance demonstrations, authentic food and more.
Admission applies.
Wine & Spirits
August • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Beaver Meadow Audu-
bon Center, 1610 Welch Rd., North Java 457-3228 • 3 Main Street
Blacksmiths, woodcarvers, hearth cookers, beekeep- Livonia, NY 14487
ing, candle making, crafts, mountain men, hikes, scav- Shurfine Plaza
enger hunts, dutch oven cooking, live music, period
interpreters and more. Admission. 585-346-9042
34 • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • Summer Guide

Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News File Photo
Samantha Ackerman, 13, shows her mom and dad Terri-Lynn and Jeffery some of the books she found at the Library
Book Sale at last year’s Brickhouse Corners Fair.

Events 5K run is Saturday; fireworks are Sun-
day, parade and car cruise are Monday.
Presented by the Oakfield Betterment
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Sept. 3 • 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. High-
Sept. 2 • 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. • York banks Recreation Area, Letchworth
United Presbyterian Church and York State Park • 493-3600
Town Hall • Main Street This event is a great way to say
Come and check out this sale bene- good-bye to summer - live bands, fam-
fitting the York UP Church. ily activities, food and great firework
Sept. 2 • 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. • Dans- WNY GAS & STEAM ENGINE ASSOCIATION
Family friendly activities including Sept. 7-10 • 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thurs-
crafts for children, sidewalk chalk art, day through Saturday, 9 a.m. to
old fashioned games and more. 5 p.m. Sunday • 10294 Gillate Rd.,
OAKFIELD LABOR DAYS Celebrate 50 years of gas- and
steam-powered engines. See antique Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News File Photo
Sept. 2-4 • Parkins Park, Drake tractors, steam engines, gas engines,
Street Rd. • www.oakfieldbetterment. Bill Meier with the Pembroke-Wood-
log sawing, threshing, tractor pulls, turners Guild turns a piece of wood
com models, woodworking, flea market, into an egg on the lathe at last year’s
Every day music, food, games, craft- Brickhouse Corners Fair.
ers, all designed for family fun. The See EVENTS 39
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Children 6-12 $8
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People from all over stay to watch the 2015 Jam In The Valley fireworks show in Varrysburg.

Events ditional dances and learn about their cultural significance.
The day’s events will include craft demonstrations as well
as a variety of demonstrations related to Native American
and pioneer life.
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models, woodworking, flea market, parades, antique car FINGER LAKES FIBER FESTIVAL
display, food, live music, blacksmith shop. For more infor- Sept. 16-17 • Hemlock Fairgrounds,
mation, visit 1 Fair St., Hemlock •
Check out local fiber vendors, participate in classes, and
see demonstrations. Cost: $7 per person, 12 and under free.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sept. 9 • 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
This celebration brings together families and folks of all
ages to downtown Livonia to enjoy arts and crafts vendors,
food, music, free inflatables for children and much more.

Sept. 9 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pembroke Town Hall, Routes 5 and 77, Corfu
Day includes a Chinese auction, book sale, children’s
games, historical exhibits and entertainment. 599-4892

Sept. 16 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Trailside Lodge Area, Letchworth State Park • 493-3600 Jerry Condello, Jr.
Enjoy watching Native American dancers perform tra-
40 • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • Summer Guide

The sweet sounds of summer
Summer’s here and the Revue 60s-70s rock. gazebo in Village of Leices-
time is right for dancing Aug. 21 - Mark Murphy, ter Park. Bring your lawn
in the streets as the clas- JACKSON SQUARE SERIES John Kirk and Chris Miller, chairs and blankets.
sic ‘60s song goes. Across Between Jackson and string band. June 21 - York Central
the GLOW region we may Center streets, Batavia. Free. Aug. 28 - Dady Brothers, School Jazz Band and Show
trade streets for parks, but Concerts at 7 p.m. every Irish, bluegrass. Chorus.
the feeling is still the same: Friday. Rain location is City June 28 - Kelly’s Old
plenty of toe-tapping fun Centre, Main Street, Bata- TOM WAHL’S FREE SUMMER CON- Timers, standards.
that eventually gives in to via. July 5 - to be announced.
swinging, swaying and soon CERTS UNDER THE STARS July 12 - Don Newcomb
Dates include June 9, June Concerts at 7:30 p.m.
you’re up and dancing. 16, June 23, June 30, July Band, country.
Here’s a capsule look at Tuesdays at the restaurant’s July 19 - Steel Alchemy
7, July 14, July 21, July 28, pavilion, Route 5 and 20
this summer’s lineups: Aug. 4, Aug. 11, Aug. 18, Community Steel Band.
in Avon. The concerts are July 26 - Wray Family
and Aug. 25. The lineup has presented rain or shine; lawn Band, country and gospel.
GENESEE not yet been announced. chairs recommended. Aug. 2 - String of Pearls,
June 20 - Bobby and The acoustic classic hits.
COUNTY LIVINGSTON Einsteins, 1940s, ‘50s and Aug. 9 - Rhythm Dogs,
‘60s. funky soul blues, R&B.
and Friends, good time
Aug. 16 - The Foolz, rock
music. Aug. 23 - Full Swing
Performances featuring DANSVILLE CONCERTS July 4 - The Music Mak-
Batavia Concert Band start 7 p.m. Mondays in June Band, big band.
ers Band, big band. Aug. 30 - rain date for
at 7 p.m. in Centennial Park and July, 6:30 p.m. Mon- July 11 - 78 RPMs, big
off Richmond Avenue, Bat- days in August at Williams missed concert.
avia. Rain location is Gen- Park gazebo, Washington July 18 - Ghost Riders,
esee Community College, 1 and Red Jacket streets. In country. NUNDA MUSIC IN THE PARK SUM-
College Road, Batavia. case of rain, concerts may July 25 - Gateswingers, MER CONCERT SERIES
Concert dates are June move to firemen’s pavilion big band. 6 p.m. Wednesdays in
28, July 5, July 12, July 19 in Babcock Park, off Morey Aug. 1 - Don Newcomb the Nunda Village Park,
(Special Collaboration: DSP Avenue. Lawn chairs or Band, country. corner of Church and East
Trio), July 26, Aug. 2, Aug. blankets are recommended, Aug. 8 - Old Hippies, 50s, streets (unless otherwise
9. Programs TBA. and food and beverages are ‘60s, ‘70s. noted). Sponsored by Trini-
encouraged. Information, Aug. 15 - Bourbon Street ty Church of Nunda. Bring
DARIEN LAKES STATE PARK CON- call 335-3237 or 413-6450. Jazz, jazz. your own lawn chairs for
CERT SERIES June 19 - Southern Tier Aug. 22 - Batavia Swing an evening of entertainment.
All-Stars, big band. Band, big band. Sit back, relax and enjoy.
Shows 7 to 9 p.m. Tues- June 26 - Doubleheader
days at Shelter 2 in Darien June 28 - The Band Anas-
with: Sterling Brass, classi- tazja, country, gospel, and
cal and Steel Alchemy Com- origin.
Harlow Rd., Darien Center. munity Steel Band, Carri- THE PARK CONCERT SERIES
Park admission free after 5 bean and popular. 6 p.m. Wednesdays at the See CONCERTS 41
p.m. Information, call 547- July 3 - Don Newcomb
9242. Band, traditional country.
June 27 - Corfu Pembroke   

July 10 - Nancy Kelly and (585) 346-9010 Days
Community Band Trio, vocal jazz.
July 4 - Unannounced July 17 - Mort & the Inner
July 11 - Unannounced Tubes, classic rock.
July 18 - NY Rockin July 24 - Kelly’s
Revue Gone Country Old-Timers, standards and
July 25 - Batavia Swing square dance.
Band July 31 - Dick Jopson
Aug. 1 - Ghost Riders & the Northernaires, classic 28 Commercial Street, Livonia, NY 14487
Aug. 8 - Unannounced
Aug. 15 - Old Hippies
Aug. 7 - Lipker Sisters,
Aug. 22 - Unannounced
Aug. 29 - Swooners
like a USO show from
Foreign & Domestic
Sept. 3 - NY Rockin Aug. 14 - E.Z. Money,
Hour Towing
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Concerts July 13 - Amy Montrois
Trio, acoustic alternative
rock, pop, country covers.
The Beachcomber, 5909
July 29 - The Fools.
July 30 - Steve West
July 20 - Steve Grills W. Lake Rd., Conesus. Free (3:30-9 p.m.).
From 40 Band, blues. Aug. 4 - To be announced.
concerts 7-11 p.m. on Fri-
July 27 - The Foolz, hot days and Saturdays (unless Aug. 5 - Third Degree
July 5 - Swing Set featur- rock, R&B. Honor Flight otherwise noted) and 3-6:30 Cosmo.
ing Allan Howe, swing and benefit concert. p.m. on Sundays (unless Aug. 6 - Tom Chamber-
Sinatra. Aug. 3 - The Textured otherwise noted). For more lain.
July 12 - The Wray Fami- Whinos, acoustic band with information: 243-3640 or Aug. 11 - Sounds Like
ly Band, classic country and great vocal harmonies. Sunday.
Gospel. Aug. 10 - Dave McGrath, June 9 - Roscoe’s Base- Aug. 12 - Flying Boxcar.
July 19 - Flying Boxcar, originals and rock, pop, ment. Aug. 13 - Mike Speranza.
classic jam rock. country covers. June 10 - Neil Van Doren Aug. 18 - Jester’s Alibi.
July 26 - Full Swing, big Aug. 17 - Midlife Crisis, Band. Aug. 19 - Electro Kigs.
band 40s-70s hits. originals and classic rock June 11 - Country Rain. Aug. 20 - Bob Kosty.
Aug. 2 - Sterling Brass, and blues covers. June 16 - Jumbo Shrimp. Aug. 25 - Banned From
brass quintet. Aug. 24 - Rhythm Dogs, June 17 - Keys to the the Tavern.
Aug. 9 - Casey and funky soul blues, R&B. Caddy. Aug. 26 - Bad Habit.
Friends, music for and about Aug. 31- Coupe de’Villes, June 18 - Paul Killion. Aug. 27 - James Draudt.
children, to be held at Trini- pure driving R&B. USO June 23 - The Blast. Sept. 1 - The Fools.
ty Church, 25 East St. benefit concert. June 24 - Figure 8 Band. Sept. 2 - Part of the Prob-
Aug. 16 - Kelly’s Old Sept. 1 - Bloodroots, clas- June 25 - James Draudt. lem.
Timers - 50s, 60s and 70s sic and contemporary roots June 30 - Mac. Sept. 3 - Steve West (3-7
standards. rock July 1 - Midlife Crisis. p.m.) and Big Eye Phish
Aug. 23 - Warsaw Bar- July 2 - Ity. (8-11 p.m.).
bershoppers, close harmony GENESEO CONCERTS July 3 - Part of the Prob-
- 1930s and on. 7 p.m. Fridays in Village lem (3-7 p.m.) and Virgil VITALE PARK SUNDAY NIGHT CON-
Aug. 30 - The Travis Park, Main and Park streets. Crane (8 p.m.-12 a.m.).
Prinzi Band, covers and CERT SERIES
Food available. More infor- July 4 - Steve West (3-7 The Town of Livonia
originals/old and new. mation, geneseoconcerts. p.m.).
Note: in case of rain, the hosts ten free concerts,
com. July 7 - Big Mike & The scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m.
concerts will move to either June 23 - Bob’s Brother’s Motivators.
the Trinity Church or Kes- Sundays at Vitale Park in
Band, classic rock/soul and July 8 - Neil Van Doren Lakeville. Bring some food
hequa High School Gym. family fun. Band.
Check for signs. and beverage, lawn chairs
June 30 - Tommy T & July 9 - Bob Kosty. and blankets and enjoy the
the Gliders, songs from the July 14 - Revolver. music.
THURSDAY NIGHT SUMMER CON- American songbook: roots July 15 - To be announced. June 25 - Dick Jopson and
CERT SERIES of rock and roll, blues, early July 16 - Steve Tette the Northernaires, country.
Deer Run Winery, 3772 soul and country. Freeride Acoustic. July 2 - South 79, blue-
West Lake Rd., Geneseo. July 14 - Bob Bunce’s July 21 - ROCStreet grass.
Free concerts start at 6 p.m. Rural Delivery, rockin’ Band. July 9 - Dady Brothers,
on Thursdays. Food, wine original Americana July 22 - Keys to the folk, Irish.
and wine slushies avail- July 21 - Genesee John- Caddy.
able. Bring a lawn chair and ny, Mississippi Delta blues, July 23 - James Draudt.
enjoy the music! For more modern blues, folk, early July 28 - Timekeeper
information, call 346-0850. country and rock and roll.
June 1 - The Coteries, July 28 - Rochester Met-
folk rock. ropolitan Jazz Orchestra,
June 8 - Mike Z Duo. big band.
June 15 - Industrial Blues Aug. 4 - Full Swing Band,
Band, contemporary blues tribute to big band.
and classic rock.
June 22 - Nick Leduc,
refined rock groove.
Aug. 11 - The Ghost Rid-
ers, hardcore country music
with a twang.
Eric Gott
June 29 - Kickstart, rock Aug. 18 - Watkins and the Supervisor
and roll from beginning to Rapiers, American music, Town of Livonia
present, originals. American folk music with a beat.
Red Cross benefit concert. Sept. 1 - The Dady Broth- 35 Commercial St.
July 6 - Blue Sky Band, ers, Irish music and humor. Box 43 Town Office (585) 346-2157
pop, rock, country covers. Livonia, NY 14487 Cell Phone (585) 746-0620
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Concerts Chapman Ave., Perry. Call 237-3372, or visit www.char-
June 6 - The Ghost Riders
June 13 - NY Rockin’ Revue
From 41 June 20 - Terry Buchwald
June 27 - Ruby Shooz
July 16 - Mr. Mustard, Beatles cover band. July 4 - Boys of Summer
July 23 - 78 RPM, big band. July 11 - Kelly’s Old Timers and Alexander Fireman’s
July 30 - Bob’s Brother’s Band, classic rock and soul. Band
Aug. 6 - The Brothers Blue, old-time fiddle music, har- July 18 - Backbeat ‘64
monies. July 25 - Unannounced
Aug. 13 - Big Blue House, variety of musical genres. Aug. 1 - It’s My Party (6:30 p.m.)
Aug. 20 - Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, big Aug. 8 - Full Swing with the Biggest Little Band (6:30
band. p.m.)
Aug. 27 - Leslie Lee and Steve Gretz with Friends, blue Aug. 15 - Trilogy (6:30 p.m.)
grass, contemporary folk. Aug. 22 - Old Hippies Reunion (6:30 p.m.)
Aug. 29 - Terry Buchwald (6:30 p.m.)
COUNTY Concert at The Warsaw Public Library, 130 North Main
St., Warsaw. For information, call 786-5650.
Friday night concerts in the gazebo on East Avenue by EPWORTH THURSDAY CONCERT SERIES
Erie Canal in Holley. Rain location is Holley Fireman’s Concerts at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays through July and August
Field. 638-6367. Dates will be July 7-Aug. 25. in Epworth Hall at Silver Lake Institute in Castile. For more
information, visit
CONCERTS ON THE CANAL July 6 - Petar Kodzas, classical guitar
July 13 - Dan Viola, comedian
Concerts at gazebo behind Albion Fire Department, 106 July 20 - George Miller, “A Night on Broadway”
North Platt St. For more information, visit www.villageo- July 27 - Perry Citizens’ Band, big band sound Aug. 24 - The Band Anastazja, Americana
Aug. 31 - Super Coffee House, fan favorites
The Oak Orchard Neighborhood Association presents GASLIGHT CONCERT SERIES
concerts from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays at Orleans County Concerts at the gazebo in Wyoming Park, Main Street,
Marine Park in Point Breeze. Admission is $2 ($5 for fam- Wyoming. Rain location is Wyoming Free Library, 114 S.
ily pass). 682-3477. Academy St. For information, call 495-6840.
July 11 - Daave Viterna Group
July 18 - The Brick Band
Aug. 1 - Blind Leading the Blind Concerts held at the Perry Farmers’ Market, Main Street
Aug. 8 - Unannounced and Route 39 in Perry, on Saturdays to the end of Septem-
Aug. 15 - The Who Dats ber. Market open from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Free concerts on the front lawn of the Yates community
Library, 15 North Main St., Lyndonville. For information,
call 765-9041. Orleans County’s ONLY
Full-Service RV Dealer
Same location for 57 years.
Pre-Enjoyed Sales • Service, LP Gas, NYS Inspection
BENNINGTON SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Huge Parts & Accessories Showroom • Online Catalog
Concerts at Pine Tree Park, Lapp Rd., Cowlesville, unless
otherwise noted. On Route 31, Middleport, NY
(585) 735-7378 Toll Free (877) 735-7779
Shows at 7 p.m. Tuesdays at Charcoal Corral, 7037
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Geneseo • 138 Court St., Court Street Complex
243-2643 •
For Additional Properties Check
Real Estate Inc.

Alan & Patricia Cole Alan S. Cole Renee Book Marie Beikirch
Broker & Associate Broker Lic. R.E. Salesperson Associate Broker Lic. R.E. Salesperson
Cell (585) 315-6617 Cell (585) 750-3320 Cell (585) 746-6330 Cell (585) 747-2108

Jackie Brown Pattie Cavanaugh Darcy Dewar Lynch Kelly Herman Brian Hill
Lic. R.E. Salesperson Lic. R.E. Salesperson Associate Broker Lic. R.E. Salesperson Associate Broker
Cell (585) 259-9792 Cell (862) 268-5359 Cell (585) 329-7736 Cell (585) 520-1733 Cell (585) 746-7801

Blaine Jacox Kim Mattice Ann (Bernie) Nothnagle Kristen Scoville Cheryl Simpson
Associate Broker Lic. R.E. Salesperson Lic. R.E. Salesperson Lic. R.E. Salesperson Lic. R.E. Salesperson
Cell (585) 754-0309 Cell (585) 298-6393 Cell (585) 303-1405 Cell (585) 455-6645 Cell (585) 797-5645

Call The
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William Wallace Lisa Wybron Diana O’Grady Myrna Jacox
Lic. R.E. Salesperson
Cell (585) 330-3064
Lic. R.E. Salesperson
Cell (585) 329-2221
Office Administrator Office Administrator
Office (585) 243-2643 Office (585) 243-2643

Find Everything You Want In A Home
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August 11&13
Gerard Floriano
Experience the drama of Grand Opera
at out new venue in Canandaigua!
Artistic Director

Attention Cyclists!
The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming presents

Saturday, July 8th • 8am Register or learn more:
Perry Village Park, Perry

Choose from two rides:
17-mile Loop de Lake • 53-mile Letchworth Loop

Suzanne Johnsen • (585) 658-2828 x133
All proceeds benefit The Arc!
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • 47

From Jason Aldean to ZZ Top,
major concerts scheduled around WNY
Whether you like classic BLUE CROSS ARENA Darien Center; (585) 599- with Nathaniel Rateliff &
rock, country, pop or hip 100 Exchange Blvd., Roch- 4641; The Night Sweats at 7 p.m.
hop, there are major con- ester; (585) 758-5300; Blue- May 24 — Future, Migos, Aug. 4 — Dierks Bentley
certs scheduled throughout Tori Lanez, Kodak Black at at 7 p.m.
Western New York to sat- May 30 — Tool at 7:30 7 p.m. Aug. 10 — Lady Antebel-
isfy your taste this summer. p.m. May 31 — Chance the lum at 7 p.m.
Here’s a breakdown of June 4 — Neil Diamond Rapper at 8 p.m. Aug. 12 — Goo Goo Dolls
shows slated for the largest at 8 p.m. June 3 — Jason Aldean at with Phillip Phillips at 8 p.m.
venues: June 21 — Journey at 7 7:30 p.m. Aug. 25 — Luke Bryan at
p.m. June 16 — Florida Geor- 7 p.m.
ARTPARK gia Line with Nelly and Chris Aug. 26 — Green Day at
CONSTELLATION BRANDS - Lane at 7 p.m. 7 p.m.
450 S 4th St, Lewiston;
June 20 — Train with Aug. 27 — John Mayer at
(716) 754-4375; MARVIN SANDS
OAR and Natasha Beding- 7 p.m.
May 20 — Volbeat PERFORMING ARTS CENTER field at 7 p.m. Sept. 11 — Matchbox
June 6 — ZZ Top Twenty and Counting Crows
3355 Marvin Sands Dr, June 25 — Zac Brown
June 14 — Tears for Fears at 6:45 p.m.
Canandaigua; (585) 758- Band at 7:30 p.m.
June 20 — Randy Bach- 5300;
man and 54-40 June 29 — Third Eye
June 4 — Dave Matthews Blind with Silver Sun Pick- NEW ERA FIELD
June 27 — Brian Setzer’s and Tim Reynolds at 7:30
Rockabilly Riot with Big ups at 7:30 p.m. 1 Bills Dr, Orchard Park;
p.m. July 12 — Nickelback at
Bad Voodoo Daddy June 10 — Diana Krall at
July 10 — 311 6 p.m. Aug. 16 — Guns N’ Roses
8 p.m. July 13 — Vans Warped at 7 p.m.
July 11 — Loverboy and June 17 — Elvis Costello
Kim Mitchell Tour at noon
& The Imposters with Dawes July 16 — Chris Stapleton THE RIDGE
July 18 — Brit Floyd at 7:30 p.m.
July 25 — Blondie and at 7:30 p.m. 8101 Conlon Road, Le
June 21 — Steve Miller July 18 — Chicago and
Garbage Band and Peter Frampton at Roy; (585) 768-4883; Ther-
Aug. 1 — George Thoro- The Doobie Brothers at 7:30
7 p.m. p.m.
good & the Destroyers and June 29 — Jason Isbell & May 27 — Worthy Dun-
38 Special July 21 — Foreigner and can
The 400 Unit at 7 p.m. Cheap Trick at 7 p.m.
Aug. 8 — Gov’t Mule July 2 — Tom Petty & The June 2-3 — American
with Galactic July 22 — Kidz Bop Kids Warrior Concert
Heartbreakers at 7:30 p.m. at 3 p.m.
Aug. 15 — Lynyrd Sky- July 8 — John Mellen- July 22 — The Swon
nyrd July 25 — OneRepublic Brothers
camp at 7 p.m. with Fitz and the Tantrums
Aug. 19 — Arkells July 15 — Idina Menzel Aug. 11 — Alyssa Trahan
Aug. 22 — Jethro Tull by at 7 p.m. Aug. 12 — Clint Black
at 8 p.m.
Ian Anderson July 30 — Brantley Gil- Aug. 25 — Quiet Riot
July 16 — The Who with
bert with Tyler Farr and Luke Aug. 26 — Casey James
London Souls at 7:30 p.m.
BATAVIA DOWNS Combs at 7 p.m. Sept. 2 — The Boneska-
July 22 — Rochester Phil-
harmonic Orchestra at 7 p.m. Aug. 2 — Kings of Leon kers
8315 Park Road, Batavia;
585) 343-3750; Bataviad- July 23 — Sam Hunt at
7 p.m.
June 4 — Lonestar at 4 July 28 — Hans Zimmer at LeRoy Farmer’s Market
p.m. 7:45 p.m.
June 23 — Dennis July 29 — Rod Stewart Saturdays 9am-12:30pm
DeYoung and the music of and Cyndi Lauper at 8 p.m.    
Styx at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 15 — Jethro Tull by   

June 30 — Eddie Money Ian Anderson at 7:30 p.m.
at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 18 — Santana at 8 TRIGON PARK
July 7 — Lou Gramm at p.m.  
5:30 p.m. Sept. 2 — The Avett  
July 14 — Marshall Tuck- Brothers at 8 p.m.     !
er Band at 5:30 p.m. Please call Mary Margaret Ripley
297-2441 for more information
wood at 5:30 p.m. 9993 Alleghany Road,
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World class opera has a
home in the Finger Lakes
BY JAKE BANAS challenging and thrilling per-
Finger Lakes Visitors Connection formance.
What do Carnegie Hall, “It’s like an Olympic event
The Metropolitan Opera, and for a singing to get through
(soon) Canandaigua Acade- this performance,” said Flori-
my all have in common? ano of “Tosca,” “The role of
They will all have seen Tosca is one of the top three
performances from this greatest roles for a soprano
summer’s cast of the Finger to perform. The singers,
Lakes Opera Company. incredible athletes is what
Since 2013 the Finger they are, plying their trade
Lakes Opera has been bring- on the stage before you. You
ing world class opera perfor- can sense the drama in their
mances to the Finger Lakes voices and see it on their
region, having most recently faces.”
opened its fourth season in Metropolitan Opera
Geneseo. Now, at the start of soprano and Richard Tucker
its fifth season, the time has Career Grant winner Jennifer
come for the Finger Lakes Rowley sings the title role;
Opera to find a new home internationally-acclaimed
and they have found it in Armenian tenor Yeghishe
Canandaigua. Manucharyan portrays
While the established Cavaradossi; while baritone
opera company has built a Corey Crider returns to the
sterling artistic reputation for FLO stage (“The Elixir of
putting on grand opera per- Love,” 2015) in director Fen-
formances and lyric musical lon Lamb’s new production.
theater with high produc- In prior seasons FLO has
tion values and outstanding performed multiple opera
Jennifer Rowley will sing the title role in Finger Lakes Op-
singers, a change in location era’s production of “Tosca.” It has been called one of the and musical performanc-
opens new opportunities, top three greatest roles for a soprano to perform. es but for the fifth season
both for the FLO and for the “Tosca” will be the main
residents of the Finger Lakes is among the top five most which has proven partic- focus during this transition
Region. popular operas according to ularly useful to previous period with plans to expand
Finger Lakes Opera Operabase, an online data- audiences are English offerings during the next
Artistic Director Dr. Gerard base of opera performances. translations. Performances season.
Floriano explained that the Both previous fans of the of “Tosca” will be sung in
move to Canandaigua means Finger Lakes Opera as well Italian, but English superti- If you go
a more central location, clos- as those looking to have an tles will be projected above Performances of “Tosca”
er to the heart of the Finger opera experience for the first the stage. This allows for will take place at 7:30 p.m.
Lakes and thereby accessible time will be right at home the opera to be experienced Aug. 11 and 2 p.m. Aug. 13
to more people in the grand in the auditorium at Canan- almost as it were written, in the Canandaigua Academy
scheme. daigua Academy, 435 East while providing the audience auditorium, 435 East St.,
This summer the company St., Canandaigua, where the a way to better comprehend Canandaigua.
will be performing Giacomo Finger Lakes Opera will host and follow along. A variety of ticket options
Puccini’s “Tosca,” an opera this season’s performances. When asked what first are available and discounts
in three acts which at its The venue offers state-of- time attendees could expect are available for groups of 10
core is a tale of conflicting the-art lighting and theatri- Artistic Director Floriano or more and for students.
romance, politics, and a pow- cal equipment and modern said, “It’s really a total expe- For more information
erful female character, Tosca amenities which will keep rience in terms of sights, about the Finger Lakes
herself! the audience comfortable and sounds, music, lighting, and Opera, this summer’s perfor-
“Tosca” is an opera filled fully allow this immersive staging” mance, and ticketing infor-
with drama which remains experience to be enjoyed. For the opera company, mation, go to www.Finger-
popular with audiences and One modern amenity the piece promises to be a
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • 49

Travel books highlight
fun WNY locations for families
Connie Herrera lived a
bicoastal life in her early
years, growing up outside of
New York City and spend-
ing much of her 20s in Cal-
ifornia. So she has visited
some of the biggest tourist
attractions in the country,
everything from the Stat-
ue of Liberty to Redwood
National Park.
But she has found many
attractions she says are just
as interesting right here in
Western New York. She has
compiled those attractions
into a series of travel books.
The first was 2010’s “60
Fun Things To Do With-
in 60 Miles of Rochester,”
which outlines activities to
do in and around the city
Herrera has called home for
the past 30 years.
“I started writing these
books, becaues I wanted
people to appreciate where Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News
they live,” she said. “I didn’t Authors Connie Herrera and Nicole Kelly have collaborated on the latest book in Herre-
think people took advantage ra’s series, “60 Great Places To Go With Kids Within 60 Miles of Buffalo.”
of all of the things there
are to do. They always said to take these descriptions Kelly said, adding that she The best aspect of the
there was nothing to do. I and focus them even more has visited each of the 60 books are their size. At 6
wanted to show them that on kids.” Buffalo-area attractions inches by 4 inches, they fit
there was a lot to do.” Both books feature muse- with her husband and three easily in a glove compart-
Herrera wrote a similar ums, nature preserves and children. “There’s enough ment, a purse, or even a
book showcasing activities historic sites. In the Buffa- in here to make a local vaca- pocket.
around Buffalo. lo version, Kelly added the tion, a day-cation. It’s close The books cost $12.95
This year, Herrera part- “Kidtastic Factor,” which by. This area is so rich in and are available at various
nered with Genesee Coun- highlights what will most fun and enjoyment for fam- local museums and online at
ty writer Nicole Kelly — interest the younger crowd. ilies.”
Kelly is a columnist and The four-county GLOW
correspondent for The Daily region, which sits midway
News, as well as a blogger between Buffalo and Roch-
— to create a pair of books ester, is featured heavily
that focus on activities for in the two books. Popular
children. The pair wrote attractions like Darien Lake,
“60 Great Places To Go Genesee Country Village &
With Kids Within 60 Miles Museum and Letchworth 4988 East Main (Route 5) Batavia, NY 14020
of Buffalo,” and Herrera State Park are featured in
authored the complimentary both.
Rochester book. “Everyone has such great SALES • PARTS • SERVICE
“I reached out to Nicole, time limits today, so the 585-343-7726
because she has kids - mine focus of this book is to show • PARTS & SERVICE FOR MOST BRANDS
are all grown up - and she that there is so much to do Lawn & Garden • ATV’s • Motorcycles
knows the area really well,” without getting in the car
Herrera said. “She was able and driving for four hours,”
50 • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • Summer Guide

Shake on the Lake summer tour taking
‘Romeo and Juliet’ to eight counties
Shake on the Lake might need a new
name this year. Maybe Shake in the
Park? Shake at the falls? Shake in the
library? Perhaps all of the above.
The outdoor Shakespeare festival is
so named because it got its start on the
bank of Silver Lake. But in the past
two years, it has expanded beyond the
familiar, comfortable confines of Perry
Public Beach to tour around Western
New York. Last year’s production of
“Twelfth Night” reached five counties
(Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Orleans
and Wyoming). This summer, that
tour will touch a new high of 12 sites
in eight counties during the course of
two and a half weeks. Added venues
include the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Ben Beagle/Livingston County News File Photo
Base (Niagara County), the Gazebo in Jordy Neill, left, as Sir Toby Belch, Fergie Philippe as Maria, and Josh Marcks
Ellicottville (Cattaraugus County) and as Sir Andrew Aguecheek hatch a scheme in the 2016 Shake on the Lake
a yet-to-be finalized location in Brock- production of “Twelfth Night.” This summer, Shake on the Lake will present
port (Monroe County). “Romeo and Juliet” on an eight-county tour.
“Right now, we’re growing at a pace shop, as well as the production this Plus, it takes a tragedy to make people
that fits our company,” said Josh Rice, summer, came from the Lyndonville realize what’s going on. It is certainly
who co-founded Shake on the Lake Area Foundation. timely for what is going on in the coun-
with fellow Perry High School gradu-
When he needed a venue, Rice try right now. And why not tell a love
ate Pilar McKay. “We’re at five weeks,
reached out to library director Emily story in summer?”
including rehearsals. That’s as long as
it will go. It feels like a lot. But we Cebula, who recommended Veterans
have a crew of multi-disciplinary art- Memorial Park, which is adjacent to 2017 SCHEDULE
ists. We have the personnel to handle the library. July 27 — 6:30 p.m. at Wadsworth
all of it. In true summer stock fashion, For this year’s production, its sixth, Homestead, Geneseo
we are cramming in as much as we can Shake on the Lake is venturing away
July 28 — 6:30 p.m. at Williams
in a short time.” from comedy for the first time. It
Park, Dansville
Expansion is far from done, though. will stage “Romeo and Juliet,” one of
July 29 — 6:30 p.m. at TBA, Brock-
Rice added that for 2019, he would like Shakespeare’s most popular tragedies.
According to Rice, it was time for a port
to produce a 10-county tour and two July 31 — 6:30 p.m. at Attica His-
separate shows — one for Silver Lake change.
“I think after five years that we torical Society
and one for the tour. Aug. 1 — 6:30 p.m. at Arcade Vil-
Given that Shake on the Lake is wanted to try a tragedy,” he said.
“When we were new and wanted to lage Park, Arcade
only in its sixth year and the troupe is Aug. 2 — 6 p.m. at Centennial Park,
relatively small, it might be stretching introduce ourselves to the community,
we felt comedy was the way to go. We Batavia
itself too thin, trying to do too much in
wanted to make them laugh. Now that Aug. 3-5 — 6:30 p.m. Thursday and
too short a time.
“Yes, it’s a concern,” Rice said. “It they’re used to us, we wanted to do a Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday at Perry
always takes time to bring our produc- tragedy. ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is the best Public Beach, Silver Lake
tion to life. And we always want to put way to do that.” Aug. 8 — 6 p.m. at Yates Communi-
together the best show we can. But we Rice also thought “Romeo and ty Library, Lyndonville
have to focus on what’s important. It’s Juliet” is a timely selection because of Aug. 9 — 6 p.m. at Point Breeze/
a lot of preparation, but I’m confident its themes. Orleans County Marine Park, Kent
in our methodology.” “It features two fractured sides, Aug. 10 — 6:30 p.m. at Springville
One of the new venues is Yates Pub- which is a parallel to our current Center for the Arts, Springville
lic Library in Lyndonville. Rice ran society,” Rice said, referencing the Aug. 11 — 8 p.m. at The Gazebo,
a workshop in April will Lyndonville expanding political divide in the coun- Ellicottville
students, and they will be involved in try. “It’s also a metaphor of the us Aug. 12 — 6 p.m. at Niagara Falls
the production. Funding for that work- vs. them mentality that we see now. Air Reserve Station, Niagara Falls
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Water flows over the Middle Falls at Letchworth State Park.

Places to go ...
From beautiful nature Glen Iris Inn and Restau- A statue of Mary Jemison, Information: (585) 493-
preserves and state parks rant, overlooking the Middle “The White Woman of the 3600,
to educational museums Falls, was home to William Genesee” is near an Indi-
and historic districts, the Pryor Letchworth. Facilities an Council House and an FINGER LAKES TRAIL
four-county GLOW region include picnic sites, camp- authentic Seneca Long This is New York’s lon-
holds a plethora of parks and sites, swimming pools, a House. gest continuous hiking trail
attractions for this summer. museum, river rafting, bal- A full schedule of events system.
Take a look at some of the loon launches, historical range from festivals to lec-
best offerings from Gene- re-enactments, guided hikes, See PLACES 56
tures and guided walks.
see, Livingston, Orleans and an October craft show and
Wyoming counties: other activities.
The new Humphrey
Nature Center offers year-
Regional round experiences for all
ages.It features interactive
exhibits and programminbg
LETCHWORTH STATE PARK that highlight the plants and
Letchworth State Park and animals, geology, and river
its “Grand Canyon of the ecology of the Genesee Val-
East” is the jewel of the ley. Also butterfly garden,
region’s natural attractions. bird observation station and
The park regularly draws many trails.
about 750,000 people annu- The Park is also home
ally, but its vastness means to many sites of interest to
you won’t feel crowded. The students of colonial times.
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Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News File Photo
A gull flys over the Kumpf Marsh at the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama.

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The Finger Lakes Trail Passport Hike
system is a series of fun, easy hikes
designed to introduce you to the Finger
Lakes Trail.
The Finger Lakes Trail Hike No.
1 at Mount Morris Dam, is a 1.8-
mile round trip hike that starts at the
dam parking lot. During this short,
easy-going hike, you will see spectac-
ular views of the gorge and the Mount
Morris Dam.
Finger Lakes Trail Passports Book-
lets are available at the Mount Morris
Dam Visitor Center, 6103 Visitor Cen-
ter Rd., Mount Morris. Mark Gutman/Daily News File ‘Photo
For information: fingerlakestrail. Jesse Kesens, 10, of Batavia, enjoys the Austin Spray Park during high tem-
org. or 658-9320. peratures.

A 90-mile trail that covers five coun- Tony Sylor and Steve French started For a schedule of events, go to
ties. Hike, bike, cross country ski or bird the club in 2010 to bring riders togeth-
watch. Also horseback riding in designat- er in Livingston County to train and
ed areas. Information: ride together without having to trek to SPRINGWATER TRAILS ORGANIZATION
Rochester or Buffalo. The Springwater Trails Organization
GENESEE VALLEY CONSERVANCY The club is accessible to riders of all plans weekly hikes that take advan-
The Genesee Valley Conservancy experiences and ability levels. It hosts tage of natural geographical resources
leads guided walks on protected farm- a Wednesday night social ride from and surrounding beauty. The hikes are
land and wilderness areas in Living- Cyclepath Bike Shop, 79 Main St., broken up into different skill levels
ston County - with occasional canoe Geneseo, and a race series. so everyone can take advantage of
excursions down the Genesee River. All riders must sign an insur- what the area has to offer. Springwater
The Conservancy also hosts the Oak ance waiver and are asked to pay a Trails organize volunteers to build and
Tree Half Marathon and 5K run. $15 membership fee for the season. maintain trails within the Springwater
For more information and a sched- First-timers can try a ride for free. area. The calendar of events can be
ule, see Social rides depart at 6 p.m.
or call 243-2190. April through August. The route is
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found at springwatertails.
org. Springwater Trails can
be contacted by email to

The refuge serves primar-
ily as a nesting, feeding,
resting and staging areas for
migratory waterfowl. The
varied habitats support about
266 species of birds, 42 spe-
cies of mammals, plus rep-
tiles, fish, amphibians and
insects. Bald eagles have
maintained an active nest on
the refuge since 1986. The
refuge is one of more than
540 National Wildlife Ref-
uges in the United States
managed by the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service. Fea- Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
tures three hiking trails. The Batavia residents, Todd Crossett and his daughter Megan Crossett, 17, take a jog togeth-
visitor center is open from er through Centennial Park in Batavia.
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday and 9 BATAVIA rooms. 15 Jefferson Ave. CENTENNIAL PARK
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Information: 345-6305. A 14-acre natural set-
Sunday. 1101 Casey Rd., AUSTIN PARK ting. Site of several summer
Basom. Information: 948- BATAVIA PEACE GARDEN events, including the annual
Located on 6.7 acres
5445, Part of an international July 4 Picnic in the Park and
in the center of the City.
iroquois/about.html. initiative, the garden honors the weekly summer concert
Includes a large playground,
peace between nations and series for the Batavia Con-
backstop for softball prac-
Batavia’s history. Located cert Band. 151 State St.
tice, large open field, spray
Genesee park from Memorial Day
to Labor Day, pavilion with
next to the Holland Land
Office Museum, 131 West
Information: 345-6305.

electricity, picnic tables and Main St. Information: 343- DEWITT RECREATION AREA
County a charcoal grill, and bath- 2387, www.bataviapeace-
A former sand and gravel
quarry turned public park in

Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News File Photo
Batavia Peace Garden honors peace among nations.
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Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
Co-ed softball teams play ball during the summer at Kibbe Park on Kibbe Avenue in Batavia.

Places An 11-acre creekside park with a softball field, basketball
courts, tennis courts, playground, pavilion with electricity,
From 57 picnic tables and charcoal grill. 105-111 Kibbe Ave. Infor-
mation: 345-6305.
the city of Batavia. Hiking trails, picnic shelters, play-
ground, walking path, fishing. 115 Cedar St., Batavia. LAMBERT PARK
Information: A quiet, neighborhood park with horseshoe pit, play-
dewitthistory.html ground, pavilion with electricity, picnic tables and charcoal
grill. 100 Verona Ave. Information: 345-6305.
A neighborhood park on the Southside with tennis courts, LIONS PARK
a basketball half-court, playground, pavilion with electric- Home of Tonawanda Valley Girls Softball and Bata-
ity, picnic tables and charcoal grill. 101-111 Otis St. Infor- via Bull Dawg’s youth football. Also has horseshoe pits,
mation: 345-6305. pavilion with electricity, picnic tables and charcoal grill. 11
Wallace St. Information: 345-6305.
Founded in 1962, GO ART! is dedicated to developing See PLACES 63
the cultural life of Genesee and Orleans counties. The main
art gallery is located at Seymour Place, 201 East Main St.,
Batavia. There are two satellite galleries in Batavia and
Albion. Information: 343-9313,

The museum is in the old Holland Land Office building,
from which surveyors established the communities in West-
ern New York. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturdays. There is a suggested donation of $2 for adults, $1
for children and $5 for families. 131 West Main St. Infor-
mation: 343-4727,

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Summer movie preview:
Every night will be ladies’ night
By GARY THOMPSON “Wonder Woman.” After a warm- again. (July 7).
The Philadelphia Inquirer up in “Batman Vs. Superman: Yawn “The Big Sick.” Amazon saw this
of Justice” – sorry, “Dawn of Justice” movie at Sundance and paid $12 mil-
They’re calling this coming movie
summer of atomic blonds and wonder — Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) gets lion for it. Pakistani American come-
women a gender-empowerment break- her own origin story. With Chris Pine, dian (Kumail Nanjiani) falls for a
through, and though I hate to be a Robin Wright. (June 2). non-Muslim woman (Zoe Kazan) and
buzzkill, I have to note the first big “The Mummy.” Tom Cruise takes cares for her when she gets sick. Based
Memorial Day holiday slot goes to over for Brendan Fraser, and saves on Nanjiani’s real-life relationship with
“Baywatch.” the modern world from the resurrected Emily Gordon. (July 7).
Still, it is an unusual summer — just soul of an evil princess. With Russell “War for the Planet of the Apes.”
about every Friday night will be ladies’ Crowe. (June 9). Apes are in charge. Andy Serkis plays
night. “All Eyez on Me.” Biopic of hip-hop everybody who is not Woody Harrel-
Gal Gadot is Wonder Woman, Char- figure Tupac Shakur (Demetrius Shipp son or Steve Zahn. (July 14).
lize Theron is an international woman Jr.), directed by Benny Boom. With “Dunkirk.” Christopher Nolan
of mystery in the action movie “Atom- Kat Graham as Jada Pinkett, Danai directs this account of the WWII evac-
ic Blonde.” There’s “Rough Night,” a Gurira as Afeni Shakur, and Jamal uation of British troops from Dunkirk.
sort of female take on “The Hangover,” Woolard as Biggie Smalls. (June 16). With Tom Hardy, Kenneth Branagh.
and there’s “Girl’s Trip,” with Queen “Cars 3.” Race car Lightning (July 21).
Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith. McQueen (voice of Owen Wilson) is “Valerian and the City of a Thousand
Women are behind the camera, losing his edge, but a new coach/car Planets.” Luc Besson adapts a popular
as well. Kathryn Bigelow directs (Nathan Fillion) helps him learn to graphic novel. With Dane DeHaan and
“Detroit,” Sofia Coppola remakes the compete against younger rivals. “Cars Cara Delevingne. (July 21).
Clint Eastwood film “The Beguiled.” 3,” or “Rocky 3”? (June 16). “Atomic Blonde.” From the John
Her mom, Eleanor, directs “Paris Can “Rough Night.” A bachelorette party Wick creative team, the story of a Brit-
Wait.” Her dad, Francis, is busy mak- gets out of hand after a male stripper ish agent (Charlize Theron) who inves-
ing wine. dies. The cast includes Scarlett Johans- tigates the murder of a fellow agent in
What are the men doing this sum- son, Kate McKinnon, Zoe Kravitz, Berlin. (July 28).
mer? Sequels and reboots, mostly. Jillian Bell, and “Broad City’s” Ilana “The Dark Tower.” Based on the
Tom Cruise does another “Mummy.” Glazer, and is helmed by “Broad City” Stephen King books about a gunsling-
Johnny Depp another “Pirates of the director Lucia Aniello. (June 16). er (Idris Elba) with access to mul-
Caribbean,” and Mark Wahlberg a “Transformers: The Last Knight.” tiple dimensions. Envisioned as an
“Transformers.” Promises, promises. Mark Wahlberg ambitious trilogy connected with a
Here are some of the highlights, costars with Anthony Hopkins, who television series. With Matthew McCo-
dates subject to change. plays a robot historian seeking to figure naughey. (Aug. 4).
“Alien: Covenant.” Another crew out why the Transformers keep coming “Detroit.” Kathryn Bigelow directs
(James Franco, Danny McBride, Kath- here. That makes two of us. (June 23). John Boyega, Jason Mitchell and
erine Waterston, Michael Fassbender) “The Beguiled.” During the Civil Anthony Mackie in this account of the
runs afoul of the universe’s most inva- War, young women (including Elle 1967 Detroit riots. (Aug. 4).
sive pest, not counting us. (May 19). Fanning) take in a wounded soldier “Ingrid Goes West.” Aubrey Plaza
“Baywatch.” Who can fill the surf (Colin Farrell). With Nicole Kidman plays a mentally unstable woman who
shoes of David Hasselhoff? Probably and Kirsten Dunst. (June 23). becomes obsessed with a woman (Eliz-
anyone, but certainly Dwayne Johnson. “Despicable Me 3.” Continuing abeth Olsen) popular on social media.
He costars here with Zac Efron in a adventures of Gru, Lucy, and family (Aug. 4).
reboot of the old TV show. (May 24). continue with an interesting array of “Wind River.” Writer Taylor Sher-
“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men vocal talent — including Trey Park- idan (Hell or High Water) directs this
Tell No Tales.” I call B.S. on the title. er, Julie Andrews, and Russell Brand. mystery about murder on an Indian
The whole series is constructed on (June 30). reservation, starring Jeremy Renner,
the premise of dead men telling tales. “The House.” Mom and dad (Will Elizabeth Olsen, and Jon Bernthal.
Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, and Ferrell and Amy Poehler) can’t afford (Aug. 4).
Keira Knightley return; Javier Bardem their daughter’s tuition bills, so they “The Hitman’s Bodyguard.” Buddy
is new. (May 26). start an illegal casino in their basement. comedy about a security specialist
“Paris Can Wait.” While her mov- (June 30). (Ryan Reynolds) assigned to guard a
ie-director husband (Alec Baldwin) is “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Tom hit man (Samuel L. Jackson) who’s sit-
busy in Paris, a wife (Diane Lane) goes Holland is the “new” Spider-Man, ting on information that makes him the
on a food and wine tour of Provence. which returns Peter Parker to high world’s leading assassination target.
(May 26). school to start the whole thing over (Aug. 18).
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Located adjacent to Dwyer Stadium, 299 Bank St.,
MacArthur Park is a 21-acre park that serves as the home
to the Batavia Youth Bureau, T-Ball, Minor/Major League
Youth Baseball, Batavia Little League and Challenger
Baseball. Besides baseball this park also has five tennis
courts and a playground. 252B State St. Information: 345-

PRINGLE PARK Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
A small, neighborhood park with a playground and a bas- Joe Childs, age 4, of Batavia gets some air on a swing in
ketball half-court. 14 Pringle Ave. Information: 345-6305. Williams Park. He is being pushed by his grandmother.

WILLIAMS PARK water slides. 9993 Alleghany Road (Rt. 77), Darien Center.
The city’s largest park at 25 acres. Home to Batavia Little Information: 599-4641,
League. Has a softball field, tennis courts, basketball courts,
a deck hockey court, and walking trail. 101 Pearl St. Infor- DARIEN LAKES STATE PARK
mation: 345-6305. Hills, woodlands, ravines and streams surround the
12-acre Harlow Lake. There are 154 campsites, as well as
a beach, playgrounds, horseback riding trails, picnic areas,
Bergen fishing and hiking. 10475 Harlow Road, Darien Center.
Information: (585) 547-9242,
Dubbed the “best kept secret in Genesee County,” the Le Roy
pond features fishing, boating, picnicking, swimming,
camping, playgrounds, as well as trap, rifle, pistol, and field
archery courses. Information: P.O. Box 217, Bergen, 343- JELL-O MUSEUM
8390, Celebrating “America’s Favorite Dessert,” the museum is
in the village of Le Roy, the birthplace of the jiggly treat.
Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1 to
Bethany 4 p.m. Sunday. 23 East Main St. Information: 768-7433,
Recognized as the first county forest in New York State, THE RIDGE NY RECREATION & CAMPING
the park was established in 1915. It features more than 430 Formerly known as Frost Ridge, the recreation area
acres of forest, rolling hills, 10 miles of trails, five ponds, features hiking, biking, swimming, camping, and a live
and a variety of wildlife, trees and woodland plants. 11095 summer concert series. 8101 Conlon Rd. Information: 768-
Bethany Center Road, East Bethany. 4883,
Information: 344-1122,


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The premiere theme park in Western New York, Darien
Lake offers nearly 50 rides, including roller coasters and
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This summer, libraries encourage
all to ‘Build a Better World’
“Build a Better World!” is YATES COMMUNITY LIBRARY
the theme of 2017 summer 15 North Main St., Lyn-
reading programs across the donville; 765-9041
Many libraries in Genesee,
Livingston, Orleans and Wyo-
ming counties use the state’s Wyoming County
theme as model to create their ARCADE FREE LIBRARY
own summer adventures for 365 W. Main St., Arcade;
toddlers through adults. 492-1297
The programs are about
more than books. Activities arcade
include craft programs, con-
certs and performances. CORDELIA A. GREENE LIBRARY
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The multi-week sessions 11 South Main St., Cas-
Youth Librarian Andrea Fetterly leads kids in a butterfly
run through summer. Some dance during story time at the Richmond Memorial Library.
tile; 493-5466
programs require registration,
which are either underway PAVILION PUBLIC LIBRARY LIMA PUBLIC LIBRARY castile
or will start soon. Many will 5 Woodrow Dr., Pavilion; 1872 Genesee St., Lima; EAGLE FREE LIBRARY
allow you to join through the 584-8843 582-1311 3413 School St., Bliss;
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While the programs are org/pav.html
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19 Ross St., Batavia; 343- nia; 346-3450 10 Church St., Silver
programs help students keep
9550 Temporary location: 41 Springs; 493-2970
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Here’s a list of area librar- 7 Wolcott St., Le Roy; MOUNT MORRIS LIBRARY PERRY PUBLIC LIBRARY
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about each library’s summer
programs, nd other events and mtmorris PIKE LIBRARY
activities the libraries routine- Livingston County 65 Main St., Pike; 493-
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see what it might be offering): 143 Genesee St., Avon; 243-0440
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Livingston County

A wooded park with playground,
picnic pavilion and ball fields. 350
Spring St.

Small lake, hiking trail. 6274 E.
Avon Lima Rd., East Avon. Informa-
tion: 226-2466,

Waterfall, with picnic tables and
overlook. Paper Mill Road, off Route
Genesee Country Village and Museum Photo
Museum interpreters, attired in the distinctive dress of the Regency Era, dis-
BOAT LAUNCH cuss the unease brought by The War of 1812 at the Genesee Country Village
A Genesee River boat launch site and Museum in Mumford, which holds an annual War of 1812 and Jane Austen
is available on Routes 5 and 20 in the Weekend June 18-19.
Village of Avon, hand launch.
North St. Info: 538-6300, October. 21 Flint Hill Rd., Caledonia.
AVON PRESERVATION Information: 538-2597 or www.lim-
The museum is open 2 to 4 p.m. on The 26 acres of land that is now
Thursdays and Saturdays. 23 Genesee the MacKay Wildlife Preserve was Conesus
St. 226-2425 ext. 22. once the farm where Marianna MacK-
Information: www.avonhistorical. ay-Wilkes was raised. In 1971 she and
org. her family donated the land to the Vil- RICKY GREENE MEMORIAL PARK
lage of Caledonia to be used as a wild- Pioneer log cabin featuring local
Caledonia and Mumford life preserve. Includes a nature trail artifacts, with pavilion, playground
and wheelchair accessible overlook. and ball field. 6074 South Livonia Rd.
Features two trail routes through the
Restored 19th century village, with hours. Spring Street. Operated by the Conesus Historical
daily demonstrations and re-enact- Society at the Ricky Greene Memorial
ments. Adjacent nature center, with BIG SPRINGS MUSEUM Park. They do not have regular hours,
hiking trail. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday The Museum houses three floors of but you can make an appointment,
(and Sept. 2) 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1410 Flint historical artifacts encompassing art, 346-3130.
Hill Rd., Mumford. agriculture, textiles, furniture, toys,
Information: (585) 538-6822, gcv. photography and military items. Open CONESUS INLET FISH & WILDLIFE AREA
org. to the public on Sundays from 1-4 New York State Wildlife Manage-
p.m. and Mondays 9 a.m.- noon. 3095 ment Area. 1,120 acres, wetland, hik-
CALEDONIA FISH HATCHERY Main St. Information: (585) 538-9880, ing trails, fish viewing (walleye and
The oldest operational fish hatchery northern pike spawning runs), nature
in the Western Hemisphere. Raises trails, car-top boat access, viewing
more than 800,000 trout each year and LIMEROCK SPEEDWAY platforms, scenic vistas, birdwatching,
stocks lakes and creeks throughout Live racing around an eighth-mile hunting, fishing and trapping. This
Western New York. Open to public clay oval track with progressive bank-
seven days a week, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. 16 ing is held every Saturday through
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Ben Beagle/Livingston County News File Photo
An exterior view of the Clara Barton Chapter 1 House in Dansville.

Places swimming pool, play tennis,
and picnic. Pavilions, play-
ground, camping and food
We Offer All Local
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is in the town of Conesus on
36. Information: 335-8111.
Local People!
the southern end of Conesus CLARA BARTON MUSEUM OF THE
Lake. It is bound on the west Shanon Harkins
by West Swamp Road (NYS AMERICAN RED CROSS Cristen Kingston
Route 256), on the east by A museum dedicated to
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on the north by Conesus 585-584-8088 • Rt. 63, Pavilion
Clara Barton in its historic
Lake. Information: www. Hours: Mon. - Sun.: 10:30am-8:30pm chapter number one loca-
tion. 57 Elizabeth St. Infor-
Dansville mation: 335-3500, www. Limited Openings for Pre-K
through 8th still available for
STONY BROOK STATE PARK the 2017-18 School Year!
A deep gorge with rug- BABCOCK PARK Come and discover what
ged cliffs overlooking three Largest village park, with STREAM Education
waterfalls and rock forma- ball fields, tennis and bas- is all about!
tions. Visitors can hike the Call tod
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swim in the stream-fed
center and picnic facilities
on Morey Avenue.
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Larry Tetamore via Livingston County Area Chamber of Commerce
Nose art of the B-17 that portrayed the Memphis Belle in the movie of the same name is seen as the plane is parked in
hangar at The National Warplane Museum, Geneseo.

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Site of the “Concerts in the Park” series. Picnic tables
along Mill Creek. At Washington and Clara Barton streets.

Exhibits showing the history of southern Livingston
County. Open first and third Saturday of each month, 10
a.m.-2 p.m. or by appointment. 14 Church St., Dansville.
Information: 335-8090. Ben Beagle/Livingston County News File Photo
A lilac blossoms on one of the bushes the Geneseo Garden
FINGER LAKES SOARING CLUB Club planted at Highland Park in recognition of Arbor Day.
The club was formed to promote the sport of soaring.
Lessons and glider rides available. From April through Court Street to Highland Road. With baseball field, tennis
October there is usually someone available each Saturday courts, pavilion, playground, and dog park.
and Sunday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 3 Forbes Rd. Info.
Housed in a cobblestone schoolhouse, featuring artifacts
Geneseo and displays from the county’s two century history. Open
Thursdays and Sundays 2-5 p.m. May 1-Oct. 31. 30 Center
St. Info: 243-9147,
Location of the former Erie Railroad Depot, moved from See PLACES 71
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A gazebo in the Roemer Arboretum at SUNY Geneseo.

Places 20-acre natural area open to the public year round. South
side of SUNY Geneseo campus (follow signs on Route
From 66 20A). Information: 245-5448.

Numerous vintage aircraft, armor and other artillery piec- Picnic tables. Corner Main and Park streets.
es from around the world. Open every day April-Septem-
ber: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Geneseo Airport, 3489 Big Tree Lane.
Information: 243-2100, www.nationalwarplanemuseum. INDIAN FORT NATURE PRESERVE
org. Managed and maintained by Genesee Valley Conservancy.
Provides public access to the lake, with playground, pic-
nic tables, museum and fishing. West Lake Road, Geneseo.
Information: 991-5000.

Exhibits faculty, student, local and national artists. Brodie
Hall, SUNY Geneseo, 1 College Cir., Geneseo. Informa-
tion: 245-5814.

Exhibits range from contemporary to historic. Located
in McClellan House, 26 Main St., Geneseo. Information:
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Places sun-up to sun-down. 3432 Jones Bridge
Rd., Geneseo.
other wildlfe surrounding the 3.5 acre
woodlot. Also 1.3 of walking trails.
Two access points: 8 Calvalry Dr. and
From 71 JOHN W. CHANDLER ISLAND PRESERVE 213 Lima Rd. Open daily between
This 40 acre nature preserve consists sun-up and sun-down. Information:
The property consists of hiking trails,
of an “island” of forest surrounded by
gullies, creeks, small pond, and access grassland fields. Hosts native grasses
to the Genesee River. Open daily from that serve as a habitat for birds and

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Randy Chiverton/Livingston County News File Photo
More than 9,000 screaming drag racing fans at Empire Dragway enjoyed the Cars and Stars event last July.

Places tory. Open during the Fair and for groups by appointment,
367-3370. 7370 Fair St. Information:

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TREE CREATIONS Northeast corner of lake off East Lake Road. Hard surface
A growing village of child size tree houses connected ramp. Parellel parking on shoulder of East Lake Road. 16
by rope bridges. Explore the castle, wizard’s den and foot boat/10 HP motor restriction.
more. Open seasonably at a private residence, 4677 Lakev-
ille-Groveland Rd., by appointment only, 243-1638. Leicester
Groveland STARR PARK
Picnic pavilion, play equipment and ball fields. Route 36.
Obelisk marking the site where British forces ambushed
a Continental Army scout party. 5434 David Gray Hill Rd.
Information: 243-1750,

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The newest New York State forest and the only two totally
undeveloped Finger Lakes. It cover about 6,684 acres. Com-
mitted to staying “Forever Wild.” Fishing, hiking, nature
study, boating, and hunting. No swimming or camping
allowed. Information:


Step back in time with exhibits that highlight local his-
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Places Rix Hill Road.

From 73 Open to the public year-round 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Fri-
day and Saturday. 10 Commercial St., Livonia.
BOYD AND PARKER PARK Information: 346-4579,
Site of the torture of two Revolutionary War Colonial
officers by Native American soldiers and British troops.
3064 Cuylerville Rd., Route 36, Cuylerville. Mount Morris

A quarter mile drag strip hosting world-class events Hosts two basketball courts, tennis courts, softball and
on Fridays and Saturdays into October, 2011 New Rd. in baseball fields, pavilions, gazebo, clubhouse and play-
Leicester. Information: 382-3030, www.EmpireDragway. ground. Lackawanna Avenue. 658-4160.
Lima Home of the New Deal Arts Gallery, operated by the
Genesee Valley Council on the Arts. At 4 Murray Hill Dr.,
Mount Morris, in the county government campus, the site
MARK TUBBS MEMORIAL PARK of a former tuberculosis sanitarium. The buildings were
Enclosed pavilion, playground, paved trails for hiking, a adorned by federal sponsored art during the Great Depres-
picnic area with grills. A new network of walking trails was sion that now rotates at the gallery.
opened in October 2013. The new trail entrance is near the Information: 243-6785,
southwest corner of the parking area. 7384 Ziegler Drive.
LIMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY’S TENNIE BURTON MUSEUM Wooded county-operated park, with ponds, trails, picnic
Open Sundays 2-4 p.m., June to the end of September. tables and pavilions. Off Murray Hill Drive. 658-7510.
1850 Rochester St. 624-1050
Livonia U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Flood control structure,
with interpretive center, trailhead, and atrium is open daily
10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Free ranger-guided walking tours of the
BOWEN MEMORIAL PARK dam are offered each day as follows: Monday-Thursday at
Small playground, picnic shelter, ball fields and skate- 2 p.m. and Friday-Sunday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tours are
boarding park. 62 Main St. limited to 30 people on a first-come, first served basis. 6103
Visitor Center Rd., off Route 408, Mount Morris. Informa-
COMMUNITY PARK tion: 658-4790, or online at
Small park on Route 20A at the bottom of the hill leading
to the village. 2 Big Tree St. MILLS MANSION
Archaeologically significant 1836 century home. Home
CONESUS LAKE BOAT LAUNCHES to the Mount Morris Historical Society. The home was the
Pontoons, ski boats, fishing boats, canoes, paddleboats residence of Mount Morris founder Gen. William A. Mills,
and personal watercraft use this launch site. Located at
Hartson Point, 5030 East Lake Rd., Livonia. See PLACES 75
Pebble Beach Road: 1/4 mile south of Route 20A in the
hamlet of Lakeville. Hand launch, 120 cars.
Sand Point: on Route 20A in the hamlet of Lakeville.
Hand launch, 50 cars.

Community park at the northern end of the lake at the
outlet. Summer concerts are featured at the Gazebo on Sun-
day nights. Restrooms, benches, picnic tables, playground,
gardens, fishing, docks, walking trails, pavilions, and grills
are provided. Hand boat launch. No swimming. Route 20A,
Big Tree Road, Lakeville. Information: 346-3710.

A small public park on the north end of Hemlock Lake,
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and is on the National Reg-
ister of Historic Places. The
home features 14 rooms, six
fireplaces, an original bread
oven and kitchen hearth.
Restored to its original
appearance and site of sum-
mer research excavations.
Open June-November. 14
Main St., Mount Morris.
Information: 658-3292,

The park is a memorial
to those who served this
nation. Route 36. Michael Carney/Livingston County News File Photo
Brother Anthony Weber, along with his fellow monks at the Abbey of the Genesee, gather
TUSCARORA PARK PLAYGROUND in the Abbey’s church seven times each day to pray the liturgy.
Featuring apparatus of
every kind with a picnic Springwater York ABBEY OF THE GENESEE
pavilion and is located in the Order of Cistercians
hamlet of Tuscarora, 8056 monks who operate the pop-
PARK Home to the York Histori- Though the order is clois-
Nunda Located in the hamlet cal Society. Was site of New tered, the monastery oper-
of Springwater on School York’s first commercial- ates an on-site bakery store
Street. It has a pavilion, ly-successful winery dating and hosts the general pub-
NUNDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY swing set, playground, bas- back to the early 19th cen- lic for retreats and religious
MUSEUM AND R ketball court, baseball field tury. Open for visitors 1-4 services. 3174 River Rd.,
OSE SHAVE GALLERY and borders Springwater p.m. the first Sunday of each Piffard. Information: 243-
Creek, which feeds Hem- month, May through Octo- 0660, and online www.gen-
Variety of artifacts and
lock Lake. 7990 School St. ber. 2431 Dow Rd., York.
displays representing 200
years of Nunda history. The Information: 243-3680 and
art gallery displays work SPRINGWATER-WEBSTERS online
of local artist Rose Shave. CROSSING HISTORICAL SOCIETY Located at 3729 East St.
Open April through October MUSEUM
on Tuesdays 10 a.m.-noon, See PLACES 76
Open 2-4 p.m. the first
first Sundays from 2-4 p.m.
and third Sundays of May
24 Portage St., Nunda.
through September. 8130  
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Linzy Road. Office at 335-8111.

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An open-air museum
that promotes the study
and exploration of cobble-
stone construction methods
from 1825 to 1860, offering
visitors the opportunity to
explore three period cobble-
stone structures set in Vic-
torian appearance and four
wood structures highlight-
ing 19th century agricultur-
al implements and skilled
trades. The museum is open
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday through Friday Virginia Kropf/Daily News File Photo
and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Doug Farley poses in front of the historic church at the Cobblestone Museum in Childs.
Sunday. Admission is $8.
14393 Ridge Rd. Informa-
tion: 589-9013, www.cob- fish cleaning station. Point care. 4536 South Gravel 274 campsites, four miles Breeze Road. Information: Rd. Information: 798-0941, of hiking and biking trails,
682-3641. fishing along the lake front,
picnic grounds, a disc golf
Kent course and playing fields.
Medina Waterport
Roosevelt Highway.
OAK ORCHARD LIGHTHOUSE Information: 682-4888,
house is a replica of the one The largest railroad and Offers an outstanding parks/161/details/aspx.
that was built in 1871 and toy train museum in New panoramic view of Lake
washed away by a storm York State features a 20 Ontario and surrounding See PLACES 78
in 1916. the guest log has by 14 foot model train dis- farms and fruit orchards. No
been signed by visitors play. Train excursions avail- swimming is allowed, but
from all around the world able. Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and all states in the union. Tuesday through Sunday.
14357 Ontario St. Infor- Open at 9:30 a.m. on excur- Geneseo Collision
mation: 752-0647, www. sion days. 530 West Ave. Service, Inc. Information: 798-6106, 4565 Morgan View Rd., P.O. Box 154 Geneseo, NY 14454-0154
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and the Oak Orchard River, offers fine art and textile
under the Lake Ontario State arts, woodworking, rifle- (585) 243-0400 • (585) 259-8545 (nights)
Parkway bridges & on the ry, fishing, archer, moun-
Seaway Trail. Includes 72 tain biking, tennis, rock- SINCE 1960
boat slips, picnic pavilions, etry, baking, small animal
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Step back in time aboard
the last operating steam
train excursion in New York
State. Children’s train rides
run every other Friday in
July and August. 278 Main
St. Information: 492-3100,
Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
Bliss Kangaroos at Hidden Valley Animal Adventure in Varysburg.

BLISS INTERNATIONAL Has been providing arts section of the park is avail- www.silverlakeinstitute.
and cultural programs to a able for hunting in season
SPEEDWAY vast rural community for 40 by permit. 4229 West Lake
Races start at 1:30 p.m. years. Based in a historic Rd. Information: 493-3600,
every Sunday through Sep- brick storefront in down-
tember and at 8 p.m. Fri- town Perry, the Arts Coun-
days through August. 3526 cil plays host to a busy cal-
East Main St. Information: Silver Lake HIDDEN VALLEY
endar of art exhibits, class- ANIMAL ADVENTURE
322-9008, www.blissinter-
es, workshops and concerts. A family-run and oper-
Additionally the acclaimed SILVER LAKE INSTITUTE ated animal park featuring
Classic Film Series takes Religious based organiza- more than 400 animals and
North Java place upstairs every Thurs- tion sponsoring music and 30 different exotic species.
day night in our East Indian arts programs. Features con- Safari tours start at 10 a.m.
Screening Room. 31 South certs, artist workshops, chil- each day. There is also a
Main St. Information: 237- dren’s activities, and reli- petting zoo. 2887 Royce
AUDUBON CENTER 3517, gious services at a lakeside Road.
A 324-acre nature pre-
retreat. 46 Wesley Ave., Information: (585) 535-
serve in North Java. The CHARCOAL CORRAL
preserve features its name- Silver Lake. 4100, www.hiddenvalleyad-
sake beaver meadow with A multi-faceted enter- Information: 237-6639,
its associated ponds, glacial tainment complex featuring
outdoor dining, two drive-in
kettle ponds, wetlands with
a boardwalk trail, wooded movie theaters, mini golf, Our Service is all it’s
uplands, meadows, a hawk concerts, and cruise nights.
7037 Chapman Road.
cracked up to be.
watch, an arboretum, and

eight miles of marked and Information: 237-5270,
groomed trails. 1610 Welch
Road, North Java. Informa-
tion: 457-3228, www.buffa-
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Find fresh food at farmers markets
Community-based farmer’s markets
can introduce shoppers to an array
of foods they may otherwise never
experience. Farmer’s markets are great
places to find fresh, locally grown
foods, and many market customers are
happy to know they’re benefitting both
the environment and local businesses
with every dime they spend.
Farmer’s markets can range from the
very large to the relatively small, and
first-time visitors may not know where
to begin. The following are a handful
of ways to maximize your visit to
farmer’s markets of all sizes.
· Take time to explore. Farmer’s
markets tend to have many of the
same fruits and vegetables you can
find at the local chain grocery store,
but farmer’s markets also are known
for offering more than what you may Nick Serrata/Daily News File Photo
find in the produce aisle. Take time to At last year’s Le Roy Farmers’ Market, Megan Hollands (center) from Le Roy
explore the market and you may just brings her son Levi (center/right), 3, daughter Lydia (center/left), 6 and her
find foods you typically only find at niece Emma (left), 11 from East Bethany to purchase vegetables from Wayne
your favorite restaurant. Exploring also Dries (right), the owner of J&W Farm Homegrown Produce in Le Roy.
may introduce you to new foods you
may otherwise never have tried. save you some money, and you can ning June 24 at Trigon Park. Informa-
· Consider the timing of your visit. always stock up on your other favor- tion, 297-2441.
The popularity of farmer’s markets ites later on when it’s their turn to be Bergen Community Farm Mar-
has increased dramatically as more in-season. ket - Open 4-7 p.m. beginning June
and more people embrace the concept · Speak with the sellers. First-time 15 through Oct. 10 in Hickory Park.
of buying locally grown foods. While farmer’s market shoppers may feel
that’s great news for the planet and like they’re lost in the woods while genCFM/
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Dansville Farmers Market - Open
early to the farmer’s market before somewhat intimidating, speak with the
11 a.m. to 4- p.m. Fridays, May 26 to
the more unique offerings have been sellers. Shopping at the local farmer’s
Oct. 6 at 50 Maple Ave. Food stamps,
snapped up. Foods that have small yet market tends to be more intimate than WIC, EBT, and senior citizen coupons
devoted followings may not be avail- shopping at the chain grocery store, are accepted. Information call, 335-
able in abundance, and you may end and many sellers would be happy to 2963.
up leaving empty-handed if you arrive offer you some tips and make some Geneseo Farmers Market - Open
late. If it’s a bargain you want, then suggestions based on the meals you 3 to 6:30 p.m. Thursdays, June 22 to
visit later in the day when farmers with like. (Metro) Oct. 19 at Center Street between Main
substantial remaining inventory may Farmer’s markets are great places to Street and the public parking lot drive.
be more inclined to lower their prices. support local businesses and find fresh Lots of activities, local vendors and
· Know your seasons. Some fruits foods. Here’s a look at local offerings: musicians will be featured. Informa-
and vegetables are better at certain tion, call Cate Concannon, 880-4456.
times of the year than others. Freshness Lima Presbyterian Church Farm-
draws many people to farmer’s mar- Genesee County ers Market - Open 3 to 6 p.m. Tues-
kets, and foods that are in-season are Downtown Batavia Public Mar- days, June 22 to Oct. 24 at 7295 West
more likely to have that unforgettable ket - Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Main St., corner of Routes 15A, 5 and
freshness than those that are out of sea- Thursdays and Fridays, June 9 through 20. Information, call Bev Gillette, 582-
son or nearing the end of their season. Oct. 27 at Bank Street and Alva Place 1737.
Knowing the seasons is important for Parking Lot. Information, 344-0900, Livonia Public Market - Open 8-11
budget-conscious shoppers as well. If a.m., Saturdays, June 10 to Oct. 28 at
you’re shopping on a budget, purchas- Le Roy Farmers’ Market - Open
ing foods while they’re in-season may 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturdays, begin-
82 • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • Summer Guide

Turning grapes into wine, apples
into cider, and grains into beer
GLOW region businesses include many wineries, breweries, cideries
The four-county GLOW
region is a short drive away
from both Finger Lakes and
Niagara wine countries, two
regions of New York State
known worldwide for dis-
tinctive tastes.
Genesee, Livingston,
Orleans and Wyoming coun-
ties are establishing their
own selection of wineries,
craft breweries and cider-
works to please a variety of
Finger Lakes Wine Coun-
try is centered around Cayu-
ga, Keuka and Seneca lakes.
The two little Finger Lakes
in Livingston County have
wineries. Deer Run Winery
on Conesus Lake in Gen-
eseo and Eagle Crest Win-
ery on Hemlock Lake have
both earned awards in inter- Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News Filel Photo
national competitions. Jon Marcello, Al Rogers, Jason Beaumont and Mark Marcello, owners and brewmaster of
Visitors may sample an Rogers Beer.
ice cold beer brewed from
fresh, high quality and often
local ingredients. Several and wine making, Autumn home winemaker for many Smokin’ Eagle in Le Roy.
craft breweries have or are Moon Farm Winery is the first years, he convinced us to The brewery, which offers
scheduled to open this sum- winery and tasting room in make a batch of honey wine beers named after dogs, is
mer. Recently opened brew- Genesee County. What started using our honey. It turned now based at 7 Main St.,
eries include Windy Brew as a hobby has grown into out better than expected. 541 Le Roy. Information: 730-
in Sheldon and Rogers Beer a family run business. 7585 Bell Rd., Corfu. Informa- 3695, http://rogersbrewing.
in Le Roy. And in a region West Bergen Rd., Bergen. tion: 713-4535, www.mid- com/
popularized by the selling Information: 494-6000, www.
of fermented grapes, apple BLACK CREEK CIDERY
lovers may find a haven at ROGERS BREWING
the Old Stump Ciderworks, MIDGARD WINERY This new cidery offers
set to open this summer in Al Rogers founded Rogers a traditional cider and a
Lakeville. We began as beekeepers Brewing on a small scale raspberry hard cider. The
Here’s a look at GLOW producing unfiltered unheat- before contacting CB Craft website states: “Our grand-
region wineries and brewers: ed natural raw honey. For Brewers in Honeoye Falls to father’s recipe, along with
many years we never even have them brew and bottle being crafted in a time-hon-
using our honey his recipes for him. When ored slow, cold-aged wood
Genesee County considered to make mead because we the operation became too barrel process, has created
had tried other meads and big, he partnered with three a classic hard cider with a
AUTUMN MOON FARM WINERY were uninterested. Michael’s others, including Marc Mar- smooth finish.” The cidery is
cousin however had other cello, who owns 58 Main See WINERIES 83
Born out of a love of wine plans. Tony had been a BBQ in Brockport and The
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • 83

From 82

family operated. 6885 War-
boys Road, Byron. Informa-
tion: (585) 794-3707; info@


A family owned winery
on Conesus Lake producing
award-winning wines. 3772
West Lake Rd., Geneseo.
Information: 346-0850,
Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
Bill Snyder in the Windy Brew brewery room, working with the device that monitors the
FARM BREWERY temperature, called the Tower of Power, by Blichmann.

Livingston County’s first
craft brewery located on a Orleans County shirt factory in Medina. It is
owned by Bryan & Larissa
mer 2016 with a location at
12 Borden Ave., Perry. For
5th generation family farm. DeGraw, who were living updates, check www.silver-
1906 Main St., Linwood. LEONARD OAKES in New Jersey, but moved to,
Information: 538-4796, ESTATE WINERY Western NY to be closer to find them on Facebook as
http://www.dublincorners- family. 113 West Center St., Silver Lake Brewing Proj- Established in 2003, the Medina. Information: 542- ect or follow on Twitter, @
winery is an award-winning 9810, http://810meadworks. silverlakebp.
EAGLE CREST VINEYARDS producer of handcrafted com/
artisanal wines and ciders. WINDY BREW
On Hemlock Lake they 10609 Ridge Rd., Medi-
are second oldest contin- na. Information: 318-4418, Wyoming County Windy Brew is a new
ually operating winery in brewery owned in 2017 by
New York, producing 100 AMBER LANTERN Bill and Michelle Snyder
percent pure grape wine. SCHWENK WINE CELLARS BREWING COMPANY right on Route 20A in the
7102 Vineyard Rd., Cone-
Town of Sheldon. It is named
sus. Information: 346-2321, From the famed wine A long-standing Wyo- after the wind turbines that
www.eaglecrestvineyards. regions of Germany to a ming County bar was con- can be found nearby. One
com. small family-owned vine- verted into the county’s first feature about Windy Brews
yard and winery in Western brew pub featuring in-house not common in other brew-
OLD STUMP BLOWER New York, the award-win- eries is their space to have
brewed craft beer and pub
CIDERWORKS ning wines of Schwenk you come in and brew your
fare. 44 North Main St.,
Wine Cellars beckon expe- own beer. The idea being
rienced wine lovers and Warsaw. Information: (585)
They are using a 50 year 786-3559, http://www. that you show up, use their
old family recipe, with New those new to the adventure. equipment to make a beer,
1456 Bills Rd., Kent. Infor- amberlanternbrewingcom-
York State apples and other and then leave it there to fer-
local ingredients, to bring mation: 682-4629, www. ment for 3-4 weeks. When
the first ciderworks to Liv- you come back to get it,
ingston County. 5901 Big SILVER LAKE you have a keg full of beer
Tree Rd., Lakeville. Infor- 810 MEADWORKS BREWING PROJECT that you made. 733 Route
mation: 346-7027, www. 20A, Strykersville. Informa- This meadery’s tasting The craft brewer is plan- tion: 805-4006, http://www.
bar is located in a former ning to open in late sum-
84 • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • Summer Guide

Celebrate Great Lake adventures and
canal town culture in Orleans County
Orleans County Tourism River and tributaries. We
have a highly-skilled fleet of
Come and celebrate our charter services to guide you
rich heritage at our special to the big ones or you can
events and annual festivals. bring your own rig and show
Celebrate our boun- off your abilities. Make your
ty every Saturday morning catch count at any one of our
at the Canal Village Farm- local tournaments or derbies.
ers Market in Medina from Learn more at Orleanscounty-
June through October. Hosted
by the Orleans Renaissance View our video “Orleans
Group, the market features County from a New Perspec-
Daily News File Photo
epicurean delights from local- tive” with spectacular views
ly grown produce, craft bev- Bill McDonald and the Traveling Towpath Troubadours play taken by a drone videographer
erages, locally raised meats their way down the Erie Canal in 2015. on our website Orleanscoun-
and a selection of delicacies. — including when hundreds Erie Canal’s bicentennial.
Also on June 3, Holley will of cyclists participate in the The third annual Metro 10
celebrate the Erie Canal’s annual Cycle the Erie Canal is scheduled Aug. 19 at Bul- For more information
bicentennial with a festi- adventure July 9. The Trav- lard Park where runners will For more information on
val, arts and crafts and live eling Towpath Troubadours compete for the coveted tro- Orleans County attractions,
entertainment. On June 9-10, will help usher in cyclists with phy for either Team Roches- events and more, visit www.
Albion will celebrate the 31st “on-the-water” performances ter (the defending champions)
annual Strawberry Festival in Medina, Albion and Holley or Team Buffalo. For more
featuring an arts and crafts July 9-10. information, visit metro10r- Lynne Menz is manager of tourism
show on the Courthouse lawn, More summer concert and marketing for Orleans Coun-
live entertainment throughout series are scheduled in Holley Wind down the summer at ty Tourism.
historic downtown Albion as on Friday nights, again cele- our second annual Heritage
well as the parade Saturday
morning and Chalk the Walk
brating the Erie Canal Bicen- Festival, Sept. 8-17, where
tennial with the canal being we will host lectures, tours
Oak Orchard
art contest. the backdrop of each perfor- and events focusing on four Lighthouse Museum
The celebration continues mance (July 7-Aug. 25). themes: the Erie Canal, our
every Thursday evening as The 4-H Fairgrounds have military history, cobblestone
Albion hosts its annual sum- a full schedule of horse shows and sandstone architecture
mer concert series with the and dog shows this summer and “Legends & Lore, Spirits
Erie Canal as the backdrop and highlighted by Orleans and Supernatural.” For more
(June 15-Aug. 3). County Cornell Cooperative information, visit Orleansny-
Lyndonville kicks off the Extension’s 100th anniversa-
July celebrations at the 42nd ry and the 71st annual 4-H Celebrate our trails by rais-
annual Independence Day Fair, July 24-29. For more ing a glass of award-winning
Festival featuring a parade, information, visit cceorleans. wines where the Niagara Wine
arts and crafts, chicken bar- org. Trail connects to the Finger
becue, children’s activities, For classic literature enthu- Lakes Wine Trail during any
duck race and a spectacular siasts, join us for a special one of their themed events.
fireworks display. evening on the beach in Point Treat yourself to a drive in
Cruise in – by boat, bike Breeze, Aug. 9 as Shake on the country and discover the 14357 Ontario Street
or traditional methods – to the Lake performs Shake- Barn Quilt Trail and the Peace Kent (Point Breeze), NY
Point Breeze, just off the Sea- speare’s “Romeo & Juliet” Garden Trail. Cycle or cruise
Purchase your personalized
way Trail Tuesday Nights for using the Oak Orchard Light- Historic Erie Canal Trail, or brick for the Memorial
OONA’s 8th annual Summer house as their stage and a take a vintage train ride from Walkway at the Oak Orchard
Concert Series at the Orleans Lake Ontario sunset as their the Medina Railroad Museum Harbor Lighthouse on the
County Marine Park featuring backdrop. and marvel at its impressive shores of Lake Ontario, USA!
live music and food and bev- On Aug. 10, we welcome HO-scale models in the origi- Learn more at
erage vendors (July 11-Aug. the Schooner Lois McClure nal train depot.
15). as it docks at the Medina Orleans County offers
We continue to celebrate
the Erie Canal’s bicentennial
Canal Port in celebration of world-class fishing on Lake
Medina’s 185th birthday and Ontario, the Oak Orchard
Come Visit Us!
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • 85

Batavia Muckdogs baseball:
Family fun right in your backyard
By TRAVIS SICK Memories of great times
General Manager, with friends and family,
Batavia Muckdogs that last a lifetime. In a
year’s time, fans won’t
The boys of summer are remember the score, or
back for another fun and even a single play from
exciting year at beautiful the game, but they will
Dwyer Stadium. remember who they were
The 2016 season brought with and how the joy and
many positive changes and excitement they felt during
exciting moments. Our the game.
Major League affiliate, the One of the other great
Miami Marlins, once again things about a Muckdogs
gave us a hard-working, game is how affordable
fun squad and fans were they are. You can not go to
entertained with incredi- the movies, out to dinner,
ble fireworks shows, great or to an amusement park The Daily News File Photo
live music, giveaways, for what it costs to go to a
Batavia Muckdogs shortstop J.J. Gould tags second base
and zany promotions. This Muckdogs game. Tickets to get Hudson Valley baserunner Jim Haley and throws on
year, more than ever, the are as low as $6. Undat- to first for the double play in a 2016 game at Dwyer Sta-
Muckdogs are in the busi- ed coupon books are also dium. The Muckdogs will open the 2017 season June 19
ness of fun, and Dwyer available for as low as $42. against the Auburn Doubledays.
Stadium is the perfect That’s like being able to
place where families can take an eight day vacation
come out and have a great for the low cost of $42. So
time on a beautiful summer
night. The Muckdogs are
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86 • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • Summer Guide

Whimsy and history can be
found in Livingston County
Livingston County
Area Chamber of Commerce

Nature lovers have always
been drawn to Livingston
County for its inherent beauty.
Families and individuals
come for hiking, hunting, fish-
ing, camping and watersports
because of the location on the
western edge of the Finger Beth Doty via Chamber of Commerce
Lakes chain and the proximity
Fairy houses such as this
to Letchworth State Park, “the
one will enchant Dansville’s
Grand Canyon of the East.” business district.
This will be the first full Ashley K Leuer via Livingston County Area Chamber of Commerce
season for the state-of-the- National Warplane Muse-
An interior view of the Humphrey Nature Center at Letch-
art Humphrey Nature Center um and its airshow; recently worth State Park. The Center
which opened its doors in July named one of the 10 best air-
2016. The center features inter- shows in the country in a USA
active exhibits that will appeal Today 10 Best Readers Choice
to the whole family; a butterfly poll. From July 14 to 16, the
garden, and a bird observa- Geneseo-based museum plays
tion station. Knowledgeable host to pilots and aviation
park naturalists are always enthusiasts from all over the
available to answer questions. United States and Canada who
Letchworth Park visitors can come to view restored antique
also take daily, guided hikes aircraft and flying acrobatics.
showcasing the plants and ani- Livingston County boasts its
mals living in and around the own drive-in theater. The Vin-
park and waterfalls. tage Drive-in opened in 1997
Dansville has introduced in Avon and has allowed a
some elfin fantasy to its com- generation of families to spend
munity with the addition of summer evenings watching
a Fairy Door Trail. Your lit- blockbuster movies under the Livingston County News File Photo Kristian Reynolds via Chamber of Commerce
tle ones will be charmed and stars. Or ,if you prefer, cool Rian DeWit of Conesus talks The Western New York Pot-
you will be delighted by the off in one of our completely about the qualities of his tery Festival, scheduled
tiny, intricate passageways to restored historic theaters; the chicken for a judge at the June 3 and 4 in Avon, has
a world of magic. Riviera in Geneseo and the Hemlock “Little World’s” become a popular Living-
Sixteen historic district busi- Star in Dansville. Fair in 2016. ston County summer event.
nesses will indefinitely house For something a little more
lovingly designed fairy doors. high octane, Empire Dragway Festival in Avon on June 3 and become a hub for live music.
At each business, visitors can in Leicester has a quarter-mile 4, Hemlock “Little World’s Free concerts are presented
pick up a map leading them drag strip with racing action Fair” from July 18 to 22, the almost every night of the week
through the trail. Use the map from April through October. Lima Crossroads Blues Festi- all summer long in six differ-
to search for and check off all Families visiting our area val Aug. 4 to 6, and the New ent locations.
the fairy doors to receive a sur- can enjoy bowling, miniature York State Festival of Bal-
prise from the friendly folks at golf, go-carts, batting cages loons, Sept. 1 to 3. For more information
the Dansville Public Library or and laser tag, not-to-mention Whether you’re staying in a For more information on Liv-
Dogwood Trading Company. 10 unique golf courses. rental house on the lake or in ingston County attractions,
Dansville is the first com- Each week from May to one of our 10 beautiful camp- events and more, visit www.
munity in western New York September you will find a fes- grounds, plan a visit to one of or call
to install a Fairy Door Trail in tival in one of our 26 towns our local farmers’ markets and 1 (800) 538-7365.
its business district. and villages. Some of the pick up the freshest produce Ellen Herlihy is tourism marketing
Livingston County is also most popular events include available to feed your brood. coordinator at the Livingston County
proud to be the home of the the Western New York Pottery Livingston County has also Area Chamber of Commerce.
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • 87

Feel the Summer Heat with these exciting events at
Batavia Players, Inc.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Harvester 56 Summer Theater Camp
Full Day Program complete with Music, Movement & Staging!
July 10th – July 21st 9 am – 4 pm daily
6 – 12 years of age welcome
(5 year olds who have completed
Kindergarten also welcome)
$175 per student Summer Theater
(includes 2 FREE tickets to the show being sponsore Camp is
d by:
“Midsummer Night’s Dream”) Kiwanis Interna Batavia
Auditions and Registration for Summer Theater Camp is
Tuesday & Wednesday, June 13th & June 14th at 6:30 pm
Registration is limited! Reserve your spot today!

Grey Gardens: the Musical
Grey Gardens: the Musical is presented by special arrangement with
Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
The first Broadway musical ever based on a
documentary! Set at Grey Gardens, the Bouviers’
mansion in East Hampton, New York, the musical
tracks the progression of the two women’s lives
from their original status as rich and socially
polished aristocrats to their eventual isolated
existence in a home overrun by cats and cited for
repeated health code violations. However, its more central purpose is to untangle
the complicated dynamics of their dysfunctional mother/daughter relationship.
June 9th, 10th, 16th and 17th @ 7:30pm • June 11th @ 2pm
$15.00* Adult & $12.00* Students/Seniors (65+)
Grey Gardens is being presented by Wendel as
part of our Business Supporting Theater Program.

Fame: The Musical
21st Annual Summer Youth Theater
Directed by Patrick D. Burk
Fame: The Musical inspired generations to fight for
fame and light up the sky like a flame! The show
follows the final class of New York City’s celebrated
High School for the Performing Arts from their
admission in 1980 to their graduation in 1984.
August 11th, 12th, 18th & 19th - 7:30pm
August 13th - 2:00pm
$15.00* Adult & $12.00* Students/Seniors (65+)
Fame: The Musical is being presented by Myles Tool Company
as part of our Business Supporting Theater Program.
Fame is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

The Laramie Project
Directed by Norm Argulsky 
THE LARAMIE PROJECT is a breathtaking collage that
explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the
heights of compassion of which we are capable.
“The Laramie Project is presented by special arrangement
with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.”
September 15th and 16th @ 7:30pm
September 17th @ 2pm
$13.00* Adult & $10.00* Students/Seniors (65+)
The Laramie Project is being presented by Robert & Kathy Johns/RJ
Precision, LLC as part of our Business Supporting Theater Program.
Purchase tickets at the Harvester 56 Theater Box Office every Tuesday
from 6:30pm-8pm or online at:
For more information contact Patrick Burk @
*plus applicable charges
88 • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • Summer Guide

Geneseo Rotary 2017 Summer Festival
July 7 thth & 8 thth

Teddy Bear Parade Free Skycoasters
Crafters Show
Dime Carnival
Local Entertainment
Clowns & Jugglers
Class Reunions
Delicious Food
RPO Concert
Sidewalk Sales Petting Zoo

Celebrate the 32nd Annual Summer Festival
presented by The Geneseo Rotary Club

July 17-21, 9am-Noon • Pre-Registration Required
Camp Cost $120 • Ages 8 & Up
Mini Art Camp • July 24, 25, 26 • 9-11am • Camp Cost $70 • 5-7 Year Olds
Look for our upcoming Monet Merlot Paint Nights on our Website! • 585-245-1655
Summer Guide • Thursday, June 8, 2017 • 89

6 ideas to beat the rain
For those banking on 3. Have an indoor cam-
spending long summer days pout. If weather cancels
outside, rainy days can put your plans to camp out
a quick damper on plans. under the stars, pitch your
However, poor weather tent indoors and camp under
doesn’t have to diminish all the ceiling. Tell scary sto-
of the fun. The following ries and tinker with s’mores
are some go-to ideas that recipes to make your indoor
can keep summer vacation camping seem more like the
happy when rain is falling. real thing.
1. Visit area museums. 4. Play board games.
It’s probably been a while They are the original bore-
since you’ve looked at the dom-busters and can quickly
sights in your hometown, turn a rainy day into some-
and rainy summer days pro- thing much more tolerable.
vide the perfect opportunity 5. Head to the theater.
to take them in from a tour- Catch that summer action
ist’s perspective. If you are flick or curl up next to a
away from home when the sweetheart and watch the
rain starts to fall, inquire latest romantic comedy.
about any unique indoor 6. Don’t be afraid of
activities the area has to the rain. It’s alright to get
offer. messy during a rainy day
2. Do a scavenger hunt. volleyball or football game.
Make up clues and hide a Just be sure to run inside the
prize to be discovered at the moment you see any light-
end of the hunt. ning.

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Markets Market - Open 10 a.m. to
5 p.m., Fridays until late
October at 103 Main St.
and Massachusetts streets.
For vendor information call
Wyoming County
Perry Farmers’ Market -
Open 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
From 81 Accepting food stamps, Saturdays, June 17 to Sept. 30
WIC, EBT, and senior cit- at Perry Festival Plaza, Main
First Presbyterian Church izen coupons. Information, Orleans County
Canal Village Farmers’ St., Perry. Live music and
of Livonia, 3837 Center 335-2963 or call village other entertainment. Infor-
St. and Rt. 20A, Livonia office, 658-4160. Market - Open 8 a.m. to
1 p.m. Saturdays, June 3 mation, 237-2614, www.per-
Center. Farmer, gardener Nunda Area Farmers
and certified kitchen ven- Market - Open from 9 a.m. through Oct. 28 at 127 W.
Center St., Medina. Market at the Villa -
dors. Information, call Ken to 1 p.m. Saturdays until Open 2 to 6 p.m. Thursdays,
Schoonover, 233-9611. Oct. 28 at the Government May 25 through Oct. 12 at
Mount Morris Farmers Center, intersection of State 140 N. Main St, Warsaw.

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Summer fun in Wyoming County
begins at Letchworth State Park
BY ERIC J. SZUCS exciting Civil War re-enact-
Wyoming County ments.
Chamber and Tourism Love the outdoors and
The lure of Letchworth want to explore Wyoming
State Park, the “Grand Can- County? Spend this summer
yon of the East” and the No. experiencing our geocach-
1 State Park in the USA, ing trail – a hi-tech treasure
beckons those who love the hunt that utilizes your smart
splendor of stunning vistas phone and sense of adven-
and waterfalls. Hiking, bik- ture. Each cache will require
ing, swimming, whitewater
rafting and hot air balloon- you to find a container with
ing are just some of the a secret passcode inside –
activities at Letchworth. with enough code words you
But there are plenty of will be rewarded with a col-
other fun activities and lectible coin!
events planned for this sum- Wrap up the summer at
mer in Wyoming County. Rocco Laurienzo/Daily News File Photo
one of the county’s most
Agri-Palooza, a fun-filled Sightseeing is always popular at Letchworth State Park popular events – the Wyo-
day on the farm, will be June and one of the many activities available throughout Wyo- ming County Fair, Aug.
4 at Southview Farm in Cas- ming County
12-19. As always, there will
tile, right around the corner
outside Perry. Two drive-in animals; an adventure not be myriad entertainment
from beautiful Letchworth
movie theaters, pizza parlor, to be missed by kids of any options, including Coun-
State Park. In addition to
educational displays, farm mini-golf, ice cream parlor, age. At the end of the tour, ty vendors, arts and crafts,
tours, and children’s games full-food service and night- enjoy a delicious dinner food and more.
and activities, Agri-Palooza ly entertainment provide of wild game meats at the
visitors will have an endless enjoyment for all – classic Lodge at Hidden Valley. For more information
variety of Wyoming Coun- car shows take place every Experience the beautiful For more information on
ty products to check out, Thursday. Super Cruise sweeping countryside with events, attractions and to
taste and purchase including nights at the Corral run on a train ride along the Arcade request a free travel guide,
chips, cheese, milk, maple the third Thursday of each and Attica Railroad. The call 1 (800) 839-3919,
products and more. month, June through Sep- excursion train runs week- email info@gowyomingcoun-
Celebrate America’s inde- tember. ends through the summer or visit GoWyoming-
pendence holiday during Visit Warsaw Valley Fest, and its steam-powered loco-
Jam in the Valley at Buffalo July 13-15, in the village of motive is a hit for nostal-
Hill Village in Varysburg Warsaw. Stroll along Main gic passengers. Also don’t Eric Szucs is the director of Tourism
from July 6-8 with nation- Street and enjoy craft ven- miss Civil War Days on the and Marketing for the Wyoming
al country recording artist dors, fun events, tasty food, A&A Aug. 12-13, featuring County Chamber of Commerce.
Toby Keith performing July wonderful entertainment
8 — followed by massive and much more.
fireworks. Enjoy Shake on the
Want tasty farm fresh pro- Lake’s performance of M N
duce and baked goods? Try Shakespeare’s “Romeo &
a Saturday morning farmers’ Juliet” at multiple locations
market in Perry, or visit the throughout the county – All Handmade Items from Local Artisans
Warsaw farmers’ market on including on the beautiful Quilts, Afghans, Sweaters, Knits &
Thursday evenings. On July shores of Silver Lake Aug. Crochets, Baby Items, Wall Quilts, Kitchen
8, visit the Tour de Per- 3-5. Linens, Honey, Beeswax Candles, Foldable
Spend a beautiful summer & Woven Baskets, Rugs & Fabric Albums
RY Community Bike Ride,
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GLOW region boasts 29 golf courses
The golf season is upon White Birch Golf
us once again, and there Course, 15154 North Lyn-
is no shortage of courses donville Road, Lyndonville,
throughout the four-county 765-2630
GLOW region to play.
Whether you’re looking
for a quick, 9-hole course, Wyoming County
or a more challenging full
round of 18, the right links Spruce Ridge Golf
are waiting for you. Course, 798 Genesee Road,
Here is a list of golf Arcade, 492-4122, www.
courses in each of the four
Ironwood Golf Course,
1964 Folsomdale Road,
Genesee County Cowlesville, 805-0350,
Batavia Country Club, Mark Gutman/Daily News File Photo
Quiet Times Golf Course,
7909 Batavia Byron Road, Jesse Luxon tees off at the 40th Annual Genesee ARC
2220 Stedman Road, Attica,
Batavia, 343-7600, www. Golf, Tennis & Bocce Tournament at Stafford Country Club.
Looking on are Pete Brade, Lance Frens and Tim McClurg, 591-1747, www.quiettimes-
all are from the Graham Corp.
Chestnut Hill Coun-
Silver Lake Country
try Club, 1330 Broadway, Nunda, 468-5010, www.
Darien Center, 547-3613, Club, 3820 Club Road,
Caledonia Country Perry, 237-0462, www.the-
Club, 303 Park Place, Cale-
Davis Countryside donia, 538-9956, www.cale- Orleans County
Meadows, 11070 Perry Attica Golf Club, 95
Road, Pavilion, 584-8390, Bunnell St., Attica, 591- Conesus Golf Club, 1 Niagara Orleans Golf 0133, www.atticagolfclub.
Pine Alley, Conesus, 346- Course, 8981 Telegraph com
Hickory Ridge Golf 2100, www.conesusgolf.
and Country Club, 15816 Road, Gasport, (716) 735- Rolling Acres Golf
com 9000,
Lynch Road, Holley, 638- Course, 7795 Dewitt Road,
4653, www.hickoryridgego- Farview Golf Course, Ricci Meadows Golf Pike, 567-8557 2419 Avon-Geneseo Rd., Course, 1939 Oak Orchard
Avon, 226-8210, www.far- Byrncliff Resort, 2357
Le Roy Country Club, Road, Albion, 682-3280 Humphrey Road, Varys-
7759 East Main Road, 768- Shelridge Country Club, burg, 535-7300, www.byrn-
7330, Lima Golf & Country
10994 Telegraph Road,
Club, 7470 Chase Rd.,
Meadowbrook Golf Lima, 624-1490, www.lima- Medina, 798-0391, www. Archie’s Chip-N-Putt,
Course, 6 Woodland Drive, 1771 Route 78, Java Center,
Batava, 343-0837. 457-9505
Livingston Country
Stafford Country Club, Club, 4436 Lakeville Rd.,
8873 Morganville Road, Route 20A, Geneseo, 243-
Stafford, 343-9109, www.
Terry Hills Golf Course,
4430, www.livingstoncc.
Old Hickory Golf
Receive $5 Off
5122 Clinton Street Road, Course, 6653 Big Tree Rd., Any Purchase of $20 or More
343-0860, www.terryhills. Livonia, 346-2450, www. Now through Aug. 31, 2017. Not to be used in conjunction with any other coupon or offer.
214 E. Main St.,
Triple Creek Golf Club, Batavia
Livingston County 8793 State Highway 408,
Nunda, 468-2116, www.tri-
Brae Burn Golf Course,
60 Red Jacket St., Dans- Woodlynn Hills Golf
ville, 335-8840, www.brae- Course, 8780 Route 408,
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Make this a safe fireworks season
(MS) — Fireworks dis- regulations and inspections. to manufacturer’s instruc-  Do not shoot fireworks
plays are a hallmark of sum- While summer might be tions. out of metal or glass con-
mer and a frequent compo- the season of fireworks, it’s
nent of Independence Day important that people who  Light only one firework tainers.
celebrations or commemo- intend to incorporate fire- at a time, and never attempt  Always wear safety
rative events that require a works into their summer fes- to re-ignite a firework that glasses when lighting fire-
touch of flair. Awe-inspiring tivities keep safety in mind doesn’t light the first time. works, and keep water or a
pyrotechnics shows lure mil- at all times. The following  Do not carry fireworks fire extinguisher around for
lions of spectators around are ways to ensure this sum- in your pocket. emergencies.
the world each year. mer is both fun and safe.
Many people experiment  Attend a municipal
with fireworks on their own,
but that can be dangerous.
firework display rather than
hosting your own. Profes-
Do you have HEEL pain
According to the U.S. Con-
sumer Products Safety Com-
sionals follow safety proto- or ARCH pain?
cols that private citizens are
mission, thousands of peo-
ple are injured by fireworks
unfamiliar with, and there is HEEL SPUR SYNDROME/PLANTAR FASCIITIS
often a considerable distance
in the United States each between audiences and pro- is a common problem among people who are active. It starts as
year. fessional fireworks displays. a dull intermittent pain in the heel which may progress to a
Whether purchased legal- sharp persistent pain. Classically, it is worse in the morning with
ly or on the black market,  Exercise caution if fire- the first few steps, after sitting, after standing, or after walking.
fireworks pose a consider- works are legal where you
live. Maintain a safe dis- • Plantar fasciitis often begins with irritation and tearing of the
able threat. Fireworks pur- fibrous band of tissue on the bottom of the foot, which may
chased on the black market tance from fireworks at all
times and never allow chil- eventually result in the formation of a heel spur.
may be especially danger- • Contributing factors: flat pronated feet, high arched feet, poor
ous, as they likely were not dren to handle fireworks.
shoe support, increased age, sudden weight increase,
subjected to government  Read and strictly adhere increased activity level, family tendency.
• Approximately 2-3 times your body weight of force is exerted
on each foot with walking. Flexible, non-custom molded arch
supports found at those advertised shoe stores cannot
support these forces and usually do not provide long-lasting
relief, do not come with a lifetime warranty, and are typically
more expensive than custom-molded ones made
by our office.
• 95% of our patients’ symptoms are resolved with
conservative treatment, avoiding surgical intervention.
• We also offer surgical procedures with the best post op
success rates using Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy
techniques, EPF resulting in minimal incisions and scarring,
immediate ambulation and often back in a shoe in 1 week.
• If you can’t remember when your feet didn’t hurt, now is the
time to give us a call.
Our Summer Sales Are Here!
Advanced Podiatry Associates
Dr. Joseph Canzoneri
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Carpet • Laminate
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Tim Collins, Owner/Installer (585) 346-4310 MINIMAL WAIT TIME
36 Years Experience
Mon., Thurs., Fri. 8AM-5PM; Tues. 11-8PM
In Home Consultation • Service & Free Estimates
Summer Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 10-5; Fri. 10-2; Sat. 9-2, Other hours by appt.
In Office Flouroscan • Handicap Accessible
23 Main Street Livonia
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u-pick fruit
gift shop l homemade fudge l ice cream l homemade jams
Fall Weekend U-Pick Apple Train Rides
Bus Groups and Tour Bus Companies
easily accomodated!

Comfort 3121 Oak Orchard Rd. (Rt. 98)
Albion, NY 14411
Batavia NY’s only high end footwear center and 585.589.8000
the flagship retail location for P.W. Minor, 800.274.5897

Abram Boot Company and Batavia Boot & Shoe
Get fresh with us!
Company, and also offering premium footwear
from Clarks and Johnson & Murphy
Mon.-Thurs. 9:30-6:00, Fri. 9:30-8:00, Sat. 9:00-4:00
210 Main Street, Batavia, NY • 585.219.4581

Barber Hill Drive In For a
Health & Wellness Summer Check-Up
Center. L.L.C.      

M&R Automotive
• Lube, Oil & Filter (up to 5 qts.)
• Inspect Cooling System,
• Check Hoses, Belts &
Condition of Coolant
Lou Lombardo, • Inspect Tires & Adjust Pressure
• Rotate Tires as Needed   

M. Ed. L.M.T • Test Battery, Charging &
Starting System
• 28 Point Inspection

• Vehicle Consultation HIT A POTHOLE?
734-2200 • 2 All Season Wiper Blades
(most cars)
Monroe shocks & struts sale!
Massage Therapy
Member of M&R 243-1201

Automotive Service  



  24 Hour Towing Service • Days 243-1201 • Nights 455-0013
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LeRoy Hearth & Home

Stove - Fireplace - Inserts
Heat & Glo
Mendota • Jotul
$200 OFF Wood, Gas & Pellet

Our Family of Dealerships Is Proud To Serve You!
36 MAIN ST. 3899 W. MAIN ST.
1-800-639-4446 1-800-639-4225
New Location!
UPSTATE DODGE 7149 West Main Rd.
125 PROSPECT ST. (across from S&S Limo)

7283 W. Henrietta Rd. Rush, NY 14543
Conveniently located just off Exit 11 on the 390 South
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-6pm & Sat. 10:30am-2pm • (585) 986-3024
Audi, VW & Subaru Specialists Alignment System
- Tires - Oil Changes - Exhaust Repair - Clutch Replacements
- Hunter RoadForce balancing - Check Engine Light and engine diagnosing - Tire Pressure Monitoring System
- Brakes - Suspension and steering (TPMS) diagnostic, sensor
- Routine & Scheduled - Timing Belt and Water Pump replacements replacement, and programming
maintenance (Audi / VW, Subaru, Toyota etc... ) We Accept Extended Warranties

Quality Used Vehicles
We offer clean, fully inspected pre-owned vehicles.
All of our vehicles are checked out from top to
bottom in our state of the art service department.
See our inventory @
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RKK Trucking
& Excavating  

2849 Lockport Rd Oakfield, NY

Sewer Systems Triple Ground Black Mulch
Bulldozing Waterlines
Backhoe Work Ditching

Ray Smith Randall Warner
716-474-1623 585-861-0105

Regular Evening
After 5pm
Adults - $8

Children • Seniors
Veterans • Students
With ID - $7

Before 5pm
All Shows - $6
Remodeled • New Seats 23 S. Main Street,
First Run Movies • 3 Screens Warsaw
Super Saver Tuesday Deals 585-786-2222
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Elizabeth “Betsy”
Associate RE Broker, GRI, CBR
Cell: (585) 370-5131

Holly Harvey
Associate RE Broker
Cell: (585) 414-4845

5857 Big Tree Road Lakeville, NY 14480
Office: (585) 346-2222 • Fax: (585) 203-9200

Gullo’s Kitchen & Bath Design Center

Don & Tammy Gullo
PHONE • 585-243-4260 FAX • 585-243-4263
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Pasta & Vino
Night 0%
from 4pm to 9pm
2 Pasta Dishes & AFFORDABLE
Main St. Pizza Company • 206 E. Main St., Batavia   


585-343-0007 •  



Established in 1898, Brae Burn is one of the
oldest golf courses in New York State & offers
Southern Tier residents & visitors a superb golfing experience.
The recently renovated and well-manicured 9 hole golf course is complimented by a practice facility
and one of the best restaurant and bars in the area that is open to the public all year round.

TREAT THEM TO GOLF!! “A quaint restaurant and tavern
with occasional music, serving well
Meadowbrook Golf Course the community.”
Invites You To Give Your Child A Summer Treat!
You will be pleased with Chef Phil’s extensive and
Children (12 & Under)
9 holes for $2 when accompanied by varied menu, appetizer choices
an adult golfer. and delicious soups.
Now On-Site Picnic Area Fish & Fish Frys ~ Create Your Own Salad
Coming This Summer Smaller Portions Available ~ Prime Rib Saturday
6 Woodland Drive, Batavia
Baby Back Ribs ~ Lunch & Dinner Specials
(585) 343-0837
Pasta ~ Chicken ~ Scallops ~ Veal ~ Shrimp ~Steak
Comfort Food Dinners $10 Tues-Thurs
Enjoy Delicious Chicken & Seafood done
in the French Style.
2 Comfortable Dining Rooms
Decorated with Paintings by Area Artists
Live Music Jam Sessions on 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 7pm
Friendly Bar, Cold Beer, Wine & Tasty Cocktails

Livonia Inn
17 Commercial St., Livonia 14 4 8 7
5 8 5 -3 4 6 -3 6 7 0
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