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Saratoga Springs, The Flurry Dance Festival (2/17 - 2/19): The Flurry Is The best winter weekend ever for Dancers & Music Lovers of all Ages!

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Greenwood Lake, 3rd Annual POLAR Plunge into Greenwood LAKE at breezy POINT (2/19): Join us on February 19th at Breezy Point Inn. Hope to see you there!!

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Niagara Falls, 2017 Buffalo Bridal Show in Niagra Falls (2/19): You will meet and speak with local wedding professionals, see fashion shows, sample gourmet delights, register to win prizes, and have an enjoyable day.

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New York, Greenwich Village Antiquarian Book Fair (2/18 - 2/19): Greenwich Village Antiquarian Book Fair February 18-19, 2017 11am-5pm PS 3, 490 Hudson St NY, NY.

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Bronx, Balé Folclórico da Bahia (2/19): Balé Folclórico da Bahia, the only professional folk dance company in Brazil, was formed in 1988 by Walson Botelho and Ninho Reis.

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Westhampton Beach, CRESLI Seal walks at Cuposgue Beach (11/26 - 5/7): Two hour naturalist led walk to learn about, observe, and photograph seals in the wild. Reservation are required.

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Brooklyn, Mardi Gras Madness Crawfish Boil Series (1/6 - 2/28): Bringing the music and spirit of The Big Easy to The Big Apple 6pm-7pm Happy Hour with amazing drink specials!

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Baldwinsville, YMCA Acoustic Music Jam (2/19): A community gathering of musicians.

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Peekskill, Al Di Meola’s Elegant Gypsy 40th Anniversary Tour 2017 (2/26): Released in 1977, Elegant Gypsy was the follow-up album to Di Meola’s debut release. The distinctive music on the album is a fusion of jazz and rock, with Di Meola’s lightening-fast guitar riffs inter

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New York, Museum of Interesting Things Secret Speakeasy History of Quack Medicine Feb 26th (2/26): The next Museum of Interesting Things Secret Speakeasy is Sun Feb 26th The theme is: It Hurts When I do This! The History of Quack Medicine

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Peekskill, Neko Case (3/9): Now more than 20 years into that calling, the two-time Grammy Nominee is the consummate career artist-fearless and versatile, with a fierce work ethic and a constant drive to search deeper within hers

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Hyde Park, Yours, Anne (3/25 - 4/2): Based on Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

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Lockport, Mardi Gras 4 course Food Beer Pairing Dinner (2/21): New York Beer Project is presenting a four-course food & beer pairing dinner featuring gourmet plates from the New "Foodie" Culture of New Orleans. Guests will be served a pint of their choice in the

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Lenox, March31-7, Healing of the Heart Sheng Zhen Qigong w Junfeng Li (3/31 - 4/7): Sheng Zhen Gong is a method of self-healing, often referred to as "the qigong of Unconditional Love." It involves a series of moving and non-moving forms, all designed to remove negative energy or "qi

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Albany, Maroon 5 with special guest R. City (3/7): Maroon 5 at the Times Union Center, Albany, NY Tue, Mar 7, 2017 07:30 PM.

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Albany, The Albany Rail Yard: Live Music Weekend (2/25): Join us on weekends for live music concerts performed by the areas top bands.

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Albany, The Creative Place International Presents: Kunstler Off-Broadway Trip (2/25): Join Saratoga based The Creative Place International for this special NYC Off-Broadway run as we present Kunstler, a new play by Jeffrey Sweet.

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Albany, Wild Game Night ft. Finback and Rushing Duck (2/20): Join us in welcoming two of New York State's finest breweries, Finback and Rushing Duck, to an evening of food pairings, fantastic beers and craft comradery.

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Albany, Paulys Hotel Proudly Presents Conor Walsh, Don Ferlazzo, & Christine Bile (2/19): Join us on February 19th at Paulys Hotel. Hope to see you there!!

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Albany, Price Chopper Black History Month Step Show (2/19): Join us on February 19th at Palace Theatre. Hope to see you there!!

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Auburn, Comedian: Paul Elia (3/4): Paul began doing stand up in 2010 right before moving to Los Angeles. His first show was at MGM Casino in Detroit, Michigan, where he lied to the host about being a comedian for years in order to get

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Auburn, Movies @ The Mack: The Lady From Shanghai (3/1): Movies @ The Mack is a collaboration between the Cayuga Museum and Cayuga Community College Adult Education program.

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Auburn, Film: Brubaker (2/23): The film and guided discussion series is another means of fostering an ongoing conversation around the relationship between our city and the prison.

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Aurora, Dr. Konstantin Frank Dinner Paring featuring Meaghan Frank (3/4): Founding Vinifera Wine Cellars in 1962, Dr. Konstantin Frank ignited the “Vinifera Revolution” that forever changed the course of wine growing in the Finger Lakes and the United States.

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Aurora, Valentines Dinner for Two (2/19): Available all week long, our dining room’s special four-course dinner for two begins with a sparkling toast and is designed to inspire romance.

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Baiting Hollow, Live Music at Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard (2/25): Come enjoy live music and our award winning wines at Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard.

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Baldwinsville, Winter Wonders Week (2/20 - 2/24): Daily guided hikes down one of the Nature Center’s trails tracking winter wildlife. Learn about beaver, turtles, and owls, and watch nature movies!

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Baldwinsville, YMCA Acoustic Music Jam (2/19): A community gathering of musicians.

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Baldwinsville, Try Snowshoeing (2/19 - 2/26): This snowshoe clinic will include instructions and a short snowshoe hike. Visitors with little or no snowshoe experience will especially enjoy this one-hour introduction.

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Bay Shore, Run for the Shamrocks 5k (3/11): This event will raise money to provide quality education to children at an affordable cost to families.

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Bemus Point, 2017 CLSS Ladies Ride (2/19): Who's coming to the CLSS Ladies Ride? Fun day on the trails with ladies of all rider abilities!

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Binghamton, The Belmar Parade Day Mile (3/4): The Belmar Parade Day Mile is a one mile race down Main St. in Binghamton NY. Lead the parade by running your buns off down main street! Elite Heat available for serious competitors.

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Blue Point, BPFD Ladies Auxiliary Group reading with Psychic Medium Josephine Ghiringghelli (3/3): Please join the Blue Point Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary as we host a group reading with psychic medium Josephine Ghiringhelli on Friday, march 3, 2017.  

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Bolton Landing, Annual CommUnity Event and Juckett Award Ceremony (3/11): The Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce (ARCC) is pleased to announce that the 28th J. Walter Juckett Community Service Award will be presented to Ed Moore on Saturday, March 11, 2017.

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Bronx, Balé Folclórico da Bahia (2/19): Balé Folclórico da Bahia, the only professional folk dance company in Brazil, was formed in 1988 by Walson Botelho and Ninho Reis.

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Bronx, Broadway Gala Fundraiser (3/5): City of Angels - Featuring Broadway Stars

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Brooklyn, Art in the Bar Workshop Series @ Sycamore Brooklyn (1/28 - 3/11): Join us this Winter in the Lodge for a series of visual art workshops. Includes all art materials and a drink voucher.

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Brooklyn, BKFaux Trios (3/4): A Malifaux team event, wherein teams of three take part in a 3-round tournament.

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn Wines in Brooklyn (2/25): The Red Hook Winery is one of only three wineries in the boro and we’ll have the chance to taste and learn about their wines at the Owl’s Head, the most intimate and unique wine bar in Brooklyn.

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Brooklyn, Citizens Climate Lobby Brooklyn Meeting (2/22): Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization pushing for political action on climate change.

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Brooklyn, City Stomp (3/4): Catch City Stomp live on March 4th at the ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn.

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Brooklyn, Eat Out Loud (2/23): Join Chef Evan Hanczor for a five-course dinner inspired by music of The National, Lizzo, Lake Street Dive, Lucius, Ra Ra Riot, and Wilco.

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Brooklyn, Emergency Preparedness and How Rotary Helps the Community (2/28): BBRC has been a chartered club of Rotary International for 5 years and has contrbuted to severval serice projects.

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Brooklyn, Mardi Gras Madness Crawfish Boil Series (1/6 - 2/28): Bringing the music and spirit of The Big Easy to The Big Apple 6pm-7pm Happy Hour with amazing drink specials!

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Brooklyn, Masquerade: Pão de Queijo Brunch (2/26): We won't be just watching on social media, we'll be joining the fun. If you want to be part of it get your mask ready and join us on February 26th for our Masquerade Pão de Queijo Brunch!

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Brooklyn, Natalie Johnson Dance: AGEN (3/3 - 3/5): Natalie Johnson Dance presents AGEN; a story of four people owning, battling, and shedding themselves, through love and pain, to become anew.

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Brooklyn, Womens Table (2/25): Women's Table is a monthly summit for all of us to come together in a sustained way, maintenance at its finest, and figure out a new path.

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Brooklyn, The Food Almanac 2017: Are Good, Clean, and Fair Food and Farming Trumped? (2/28): The Food Almanac is a singular opportunity for food-active individuals to consider food and farming policy issues in the New Year.

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Brooklyn, Family Mix and Mingle at Mixteca (3/5): Join Sunset Park and South Slope families on Sunday March 5th from 2-7PM at Mixteca Organization, Inc (245 23rd St, 2nd Fl, Brooklyn) for a fun-filled afternoon for the whole family!

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Brooklyn, Iggy Pop Life Class (11/4 - 3/26): In Iggy Pop Life Class, Turner Prize–winning artist Jeremy Deller uses the traditional life drawing class to stage a performative event with Iggy Pop as model and subject.

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Brooklyn, International Womens Day Celebration (3/8): Join us for a spectacular International Women's Day Celebration featuring raffles, music, food, beverages a confidence building workshop and it all ends with an amazing live performance.

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Brooklyn, Jumpstarts Charity Ride at IMAXShift (3/7): Join the Jumpstart Young Professionals Board (YPB) for an interactive cycling experience that will help to put children first. J

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Brooklyn, Wien V: Cabaret Night (3/3): Brooklyn Art Song Society Concludes Wien Festival with Cabaret Night

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Brooklyn, Operation Big Bookbag: School Supplies Giveaway (2/25): Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.-Kappa Sigma NYC Alumnae Chapter will be hosting our Operation Big Bookbag: School Supplies Giveaway on February 25th.

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Brooklyn, Regina Operas Embrace Winter Free Concert (2/25): Regina Opera Company soloists will sing for their supper - join us at a FREE CONCERT at Vesuvio Restaurant on Feb. 25th at 3PM at Vesuvio Restaurant in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

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Brooklyn, Shades of Color Sip and Paint (3/8): We are hosting a Paint Nite, where a local artist will assist and inspire us while we mix and mingle.

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Brooklyn, Stage Door (3/3 - 3/19): Stage Door by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman is the quintessential Broadway tale weaving the story of a house full of actresses living at the Footlights Club and struggling to catch a break.

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Buffalo, 38th Annual SHAMROCK RUN (3/4): We rely on our volunteers to make this event an annual success. Please join us -- help us keep this tradition alive! Our certified course is sure to challenge our participants, but please don't worry

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Buffalo, A Mardi Gras Matinee with TERRY & THE ZYDECO BAD BOYS! (2/26): TERRY & THE ZYDECO BAD BOYS will be joined by local favorites TEN CENT HOWL and THE BUFFALO BRASS MACHINE, performing both separately and together as “Ten Cent Brass Machine”.

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Buffalo, Buffalo Fight For Air Climb (3/11): You'll be raising funds for research, education and patient programs to help people affected by lung disease, while at the same time reaching a personal goal.

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Buffalo, BurtFest 2017 (2/26): FTMP Events presents: BurtFest 2017 "FTMP Events' 5 Year Anniversary"

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Buffalo, Chilly Challenge 5K (2/26): Join Us for the 38th Annual Chilly Challenge 5K. The 2016 Chilly Challenge 5K featured sunshine and 50+ degree temperatures. Come to a great post race party featuring Hot Chili, Spring Water, Soda, Sn

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Buffalo, Mrs Warrens Profession : Can Shaw still shock you? We think so. Kitty Warren has worked hard to provide for her daughter and now that Vivie is about to strike out on her own, her mother decides it’s time for her feminist daug

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Buffalo, The First Exhibition: 50 Years with Charles E. Burchfield (11/12 - 2/26): This year marks our 50th anniversary. Charles E. Burchfield inaugurated the Charles Burchfield Center on December 9, 1966 when he cut the threshold ribbon on a brand new arts institution.

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Buffalo, The Last Tree - Babs Reingold (9/9 - 2/26): The Last Tree, an installation by artist Babs Reingold takes on social issues within the context of environment, beauty, and poverty.

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Buffalo, Here! (11/11 - 3/26): Who are we? What does Western New York mean outside of the community that claims it? We are America – rolling hills, waterways, industry and the places of reflection – we are the people.

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Buffalo, Lumagination (1/25 - 2/21): The Botanical Gardens will be illuminated to excite imaginations, stimulate the senses and entertain all ages!

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Buffalo, Vocalis Chamber Choir Concert (3/10): Vocális continues its long history of collaboration as it welcomes the Buffalo Chamber Players under the direction of Janz Costelo.

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Buffalo, Pablo Francisco Headlines Helium Comedy Club (3/2 - 3/4): March 2nd - 4th, Pablo Francisco will rock the house with screams of laughter at Helium Comedy Club in Buffalo, NY. Pablo is one of the most popular touring comedians worldwide. He has earned a reput

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Buffalo, Picasso: The Artist and His Models (11/5 - 2/19): Picasso: The Artist and His Models explores the career of protean artist Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973) between 1906 and the mid-1960s.

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Buffalo, Polar Bites 2017; A Fundraiser for the Buffalo Zoo (2/23): Buffalo's wintertime fundraiser hosted by the Pro Zoo Board of the Buffalo Zoo will take place on Thursday, February, 23, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

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Buffalo, Ring of Fire (2/16 - 3/5): From the opening chords of vintage country music and onward to rockabilly, rock n’ roll, searing ballads and gentle songs of love and deep faith.

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Buffalo, Scratch & Shake at Hydraulic Hearth (2/19): Come ready to buy, sell, and trade records with local vendors.

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Buffalo, Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One: Humor and Satire from the Collection (11/19 - 3/19): Humor, whether it takes the form of caricature, visual puns, or satire, sheds light on cultural norms while also challenging them.

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Burt, Van Horn Mansion Presentation and Ghost Hunt (3/11): Dress warm as you will have the opportunity to investigate the carriage house and the grave located on the property.

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Cambridge, Blues & Brews 2017 (2/25): A Smokin' Hot Fundraiser for Hubbard Hall!

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Cambridge, The Book Club Play (3/4 - 3/19): This hit comedy by nationally-award winning playwright Karen Zacarias focuses on the fun, frivolity, and deeply serious politics found in our beloved Book Clubs.

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Canandaigua, Dinner & A Movie: Hitch (2/23): Our culinary chefs will create a dinner for you to enjoy as you watch a complimentary viewing of the film.

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Canandaigua, Library Wine Tasting (2/24): Join our winemaker, Barry Tortolon, for a tasting of specials from our library- IV Riesling 2010, Reserve Pinot Blanc 2013, Reserve Cabernet Franc 2012, Reserve Blaufrankisch 2011.

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Cazenovia, 20_EAST Winter Farmers Market at Spruce Ridge Greenhouse (2/25 - 4/1): Please join our wonderful group of vendors as we move inside to the beautiful Spruce Ridge Greenhouse.

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Cazenovia, Cale Tyson (3/4): Catch Cale Tyson live on stage on March 4th at The Nelson Odeon in Cazenovia.

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Cazenovia, Michaela Anne (3/3): Experience country music with Michaela Anne on March 3rd at Nelson Odeon in Cazenovia.

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Centereach, Sunday Sounds at Middle Country Public Library (2/19): Come check out Sunday Sounds in the lobby at the Middle Country Public Library! Liver performances every half hour by local talent!! I'll be performing from 2:30-3:00 pm!!

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Chappaqua, Tara OGrady and The Black Velvet Band (3/4): With a hat tipped to New York's musical renaissance, Chappaqua Station welcomes local and international musicians to our historic train station.

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Cheektowaga, Cheektowaga Gun Show (3/11 - 3/12): This Cheektowaga gun show is held at Knights of Columbus and hosted by Niagara Frontier Gun Shows of New York. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

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Conesus, Annual Ice Fishing Tournament (2/25 - 2/26): The Beachcomber at Conesus Lake will be the site of the Annual Ice Fishing Tournament on February 25 and 26, 2017, starting at 6 AM.

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Congers, 7th Annual Bill Fortune Memorial 10k Run, 5k Run, and March for Meals (Walk) (3/11): Please join the Rockland Road Runners in raising money to help Meals on Wheels with its mission to serve the homebound and seniors in Rockland County

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Corona, 2017 Evening of Fine Food (2/28): Join Queens Centers for Progress for their signature event- Evening of Fine Food.

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Cortland, The Reebok Spartan Sprint (3/4): Greek Peak Mountain Resort is pleased to partner with Spartan Race, the world's leading obstacle race company, to host the first winter race held in the United States.

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Cuba, The Big Meal (3/3 - 3/5): The Big Meal tells the extraordinary story of an ordinary family....

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Delmar, Family Fun Programs (2/28 - 3/29): Each 1 ½ hour adventure will begin with the sharing of a story book on a nature topic, followed by an outdoor activity that is suggested by the book.

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Delmar, Five Rivers - Family Fun: Maple Open House (3/11 - 3/25): An introduction to maple sugaring, from sap to syrup. You’ll get to twirl a brace drill, pound a spile, inspect the sap flow in our sugarbush, enjoy the aroma of sap boiling down in our evaporator and

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Depew, Meat Raffle for 12U Cooperstown Bound Gators (2/19): Tickets: $5 Pre-Sale, $7 at the Door includes beer, pop, and a slice of pizza! Doors open at 1 pm. First raffle drawing at 2 pm.

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Depew, The Earth-Spirit Expo (2/25 - 2/26): A Whole Life Expo- Natural Health Practitioners, Psychics, Spirituality, Energy Healers, Organic Products, Gifts, and more!

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Depew, Ignite Hope Fire and Ice Gala (3/4): A celebration of life-saving work.

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Dewitt, Schola Cantorum of Syracuse presents: Orlando Di Lasso (3/11): Schola presents a choral concert devoted to the vocal must of this late Renaissance master.

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Dover Plains, Love Your Skin! (2/19): Join us for a ladies afternoon at the barn! Valentine's Day will be over, but it's never too late to love your skin! FREE Rodan + Fields facials, samples and refreshments.

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Dundee, 11th Annual Celebrity Guest Chef Pasta Nights (2/23): Join us for our favorite winter tradition and enjoy fresh pasta dishes prepared by local celebrity chefs.

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East Bethany, The Natural History of Luck (3/11): Explore the world of local nature and luck and American culture as you hear the stories and legends and pass around examples -- maybe some good luck will rub off on you!

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East Bethany, Saturday Snowshoeing at Genesee County Park & Forest (2/25): Saturday Snowshoeing at Genesee County Park & Forest. Explore a different topic each week with a Naturalist!

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Ellicottville, Holiday Valleys Winter Carnival and Mardi Gras Parade (3/11 - 3/12): It's the biggest winter event of the season with fun activities and events for the whole family.

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Elma, Multi consultant event (2/20): Come join me and 9 other LuLaRoe girls in this shopping night out!

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Elmira, A Year With Frog and Toad (2/28): A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production performed by Brad Simon Organization and Casa Mañana.

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Elmira, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA (2/21 - 2/23): Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA is the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music and South Pacific.

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Elmsford, Business Lunch & Learn Networking Event (Elmsford, NY) (3/9): Join Westchester Networking for Professionals for lunch, come out and introduce your business to local professionals, while getting educated from our expert guest speaker.

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Fairport, Our Hearts Beat for Scarlett Fundraiser! (2/19): Join us on February 19th at Painting with a Twist - Fairport, NY. Hope to see you there!!

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Farmingdale, Casino Night Fundraiser for The Guide Dog Foundation (3/2): Your tickets will include: open bar, food, $200 play money, DJ and an amazing opportunity to raise enough money to train a Guide Dog!!!

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Fayetteville, Maple Syrup Demonstration (3/11): Meet at the Old Administration Building area at 12pm to learn about making maple syrup.

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Fire Island, Celebrate Presidents Week at the Fire Island Lighthouse (2/20 - 2/24): Celebrate Presidents Week at the Fire Island Lighthouse Looking for something to do with the kids?

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Fort Ann, Country Line Dance Lessons (2/23): Absolutely love Tasha our new country line dancing instructor! She is amazing and takes her time teaching to make sure everybody knows what they are doing and are comfortable with the moves.

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Garden City, The Chocolate Expo 2017 at the Cradle of Aviation Museum (3/5): America's largest chocolate event, The Chocolate Expo, returns to the spectacular Cradle of Aviation Museum on Sunday, March 5, 2017.

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Geneva, Casablanca (2/24 - 2/25): One of the most memorable of all film experiences, CASABLANCA is a true Hollywood legend.

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Glens Falls, Lorna Bieber: Forces of Nature (1/21 - 5/14): Lorna Bieber’s photo murals and montages look like snatches of memories and elusive recollections of familiar images.

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Greenlawn, The Little Cow Harbor 4 Mile Run for Hope (3/4): St. Hugh’s Project HOPE is an organization formed by the youth of St. Hugh’s Parish in response to the needs of the hungry, homeless and unemployed in and around Huntington.

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Greenwood Lake, 3rd Annual POLAR Plunge into Greenwood LAKE at breezy POINT (2/19): Join us on February 19th at Breezy Point Inn. Hope to see you there!!

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Hamburg, The 2017 WNY Home Expo (2/23 - 2/26): The 2017 WNY Home Expo, WNY's Premier Home & Garden Expo, will be held February 23 through 26, 2017 at the Fairgrounds Events Center.

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Hauppauge, Casino Night Fundraiser (2/19): The money raised will benefit people in need, scholorships, meals for those who have fallen on hard times and more in the Suffolk County community.

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Homer, Scythian (3/4): Named after Ukrainian nomads, Scythian (sith-ee-yin) plays immigrant rock with thunderous energy, technical prowess, and storytelling songwriting, beckoning crowds into a barn-dance rock concert exper

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Hornell, Hornell Area Family YMCA Run for the Shamrock (3/11): Join us in our Hornell YMCA 5K Run for the Shamrock Run & Walk. Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers in all age divisions including the walk. Overall Male and Female winners wil

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Hyde Park, Yours, Anne (3/25 - 4/2): Based on Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

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Interlaken, Americana Vineyards & Winery Event: Immortal Jellyfish (2/19): Stop by and enjoy some wine available by the glass or bottle, and food from the cafe while you sit back and listen to some of the local and touring musicians.

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Ithaca, 15th Annual Mardi Gras (2/25 - 2/26): Get a taste for Bourbon Street, but with wine! Collect your beads as you travel the Trail sampling food and wine pairings. Compete in a scavenger hunt for a chance to win a mixed case of CLWT wine!

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Ithaca, Sarah Jefferis (14) Book Launch (2/19): Join Saltonstall and poet alumna Sarah Jefferis (’14) at the Argos Inn in Ithaca for the launch of Sarah's new poetry collection, "What Enters the Mouth."

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Ithaca, Maple Fest 2017 (3/18 - 3/19): Pancakes, animals, and live music: Join the Cayuga Nature Center for our annual celebration of all things maple at Maple Fest 2017!

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Jericho, Februarys Nonprofit Executive Directors (NED) Roundtable: Long Island (2/21): ** Starting in February we are opening our roundtable to senior staff and board member to nonprofits on an every other month basis.

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Johnson City, MTG Modern $1k Tournament (2/25): A sanctioned Modern-format Magic the Gathering Tournament. $30 entry, preregistration encouraged.

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Kings Park, Joe Latino Winter Relays (2/25): The Joe Latino Winter Relays have been a mainstay of winter running on Long Island ever since it was started by Joe Latino, one of Northport Running Clubs founding members

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Kings Park, Lazer, Aptheker, Rosella & Yedid Kings Park 15K Run (3/11): Scenic, HILLY 9.3 mile run through the beautiful—and challenging—roads of Kings Park! 2 HOUR TIME LIMIT!

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La Fayette, Greenhouse Yoga (2/20): Grab your mat and a friend, and join us for a unique yoga experience that only our greenhouse setting can provide!

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Lake George, Wine 101: Wine & Sweets Pairing (2/24): Enjoy a fun night out at the Adirondack Winery Tasting room as they get down to the basics of pairing wine and sweets with their special guest Candi's Creative Sweets!

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Lake Placid, Salsa Cycles Demo Day w/ High Peaks Cyclery, Lake Placid, NY (2/19): Come ride some Salsa bikes! Your FREE OPPORTUNITY to TRY before you buy!

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Lancaster, Paczki Day 2017 (2/28): Paczki Day or "Fat Tuesday" is the last day before Ash Wednesday when Lent begins. It is a day when people indugle and eat lots of rich, delcious foods in anticipation of the fasting to come during Le

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Latham, The Sister Maureen Joyce Center Dinner (2/28): Join us for a Mardi Gras celebration to support the Sister Maureen Joyce Center! Price includes dinner, with beer, wine and soda.

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Lindenhurst, Paint for a Cause (2/28): Please join North Fork Country Kids and Live Well Paint Often for an evening of drinks, eats, laughs, music, and ARTSY FUN! Everyone from beginners to experts are encouraged to attend!

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Liverpool, 2017 Lake Effect Half Marathon (2/26): 6th Annual Lake Effect Half Marathon. Join us In Person or participate Virtually. We offer our signature Half Marathon as well as our FREE kids fun run. An annual half marathon held in the snowiest

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Liverpool, Drop In Family Movie: The Secret Life of Pets (2/20): Animated family comedy/adventure 'The Secret Life of Pets' screens in the Carman Community Room.

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Liverpool, New Movie Releases: The Magnificent Seven (2/23): The townspeople of Rose Creek hire seven outlaws for protection in the reboot of this classic. PG-13, Stars Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke. Free popcorn and beverages in the Carman Commun

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Liverpool, Origins of Jazz II: Mike Dubaniewicz Quartet (2/19): The Mike Dubaniewicz Quartet plays tunes from the bebop era in the Carman Community Room. Sax player Dubaniewicz will be joined by Tom Brigandi on bass, David Solazzo on piano and Mike Cortese on drum

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Lockport, Mardi Gras 4 course Food Beer Pairing Dinner (2/21): New York Beer Project is presenting a four-course food & beer pairing dinner featuring gourmet plates from the New "Foodie" Culture of New Orleans. Guests will be served a pint of their choice in the

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Long Island City, The Metropolitan Black Bar Association (MBBA) Masquerade Ball (2/24): Attendees will have the choice to mingle, dance, and toast in 2 different rooms, with a DJ spinning some of the best music!

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Malone, Open Mic Nights (2/23): Whatever you have to say or sing, bring it to the mountain. We supply the microphone and sound system and you bring the talent.

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Mamaroneck, Missoula Childrens Theatre Acting Camp: Gulliver Travels (2/20 - 2/25): With his ship wrecked and his trusty computer JCN on the fritz, brave explorer Gulliver finds himself lost in space with nothing but an Invisible Force to guide him!

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Marcellus, Mammal Tracking Workshop (2/25): We will learn the basics of tracking and trace ID and then go outside to investigate what the animals have been up to in the woods.

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Marcellus, Winter Farmers Market at Baltimore Woods (3/11): Visitors to the Baltimore Woods Winter Farmers Market will enjoy a diverse mix of local farm and artisanal food products from top regional producers.

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Marcellus, Star Party: Goodbye Winter Skies! (3/3): Goodbye to winter skies, we might still get a peek at Venus, and Jupiter will be rising in the east. Back-up date March 4. $6 for members, $9 for nonmembers.

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Monroe, Amish Outlaws (2/19): We are excited to announce that The Amish Outlaws are returning to Monroe! Come celebrate Presidents Day weekend with the best party band on the Eastcoast!

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Mumford, Ski, Snowshoe & Hike the Museum in Winter (2/25): Ski, snowshoe or hike the Historic Village and Nature Center trails, from 10 AM to 4 PM.

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Nanuet, Nanuet High School 5K Run/Walk (2/25): THE 21st ANNUAL NANUET HIGH SCHOOL 5K RUN/WALK

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New City, Big Apple Comic Con (3/11 - 3/12): NYC's coolest, longest running, non corporate comic con is back March 11th & 12th Guests include Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, John Bernthal, Jason David Frank, Barbara Eden. Six Cosplay contests.

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New Paltz, Intimately Unfamiliar: New Work by SUNY New Paltz Art Faculty (1/25 - 4/9): Intimately Unfamiliar, an exhibition of new work by the fulltime art faculty of the State University of New York at New Paltz, presents a wide-range of projects in many mediums.

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New Paltz, Sangria and St. Pattys Day (3/11 - 3/12): If the winter made you feel BLUE, then come celebrate the GREEN! St. Patrick's Day is a time to toast the luck of the Irish with a new twist: a glass of green Robibero sangria!

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New York, 11th Annual FRIGID Festival (2/13 - 3/5): Since participants are chosen by lottery, you never know what to expect at Frigid New York, which has 30 affordable shows at two East Village theaters.

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New York, 2017 Whisky Live NY (3/1): A ticket to Whisky Live includes a dinner buffet, live entertainment, and a glass to sample the greatest whiskies in the world at Pier 60, Chelsea Piers.

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New York, AAAYA New Yorks 9th Annual Lunar New Year Banquet 2017 (3/3): The Association of Asian American Yale Alumni – NY Chapter (AAAYA-NYC) cordially invites you to our ninth annual Lunar New Year Banquet to benefit our Community Service Summer Fellowship program.

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New York, AABANY 2017 Annual Dinner: Take Charge, Lead Change (2/22): The Asian American Bar Association of New York 2017 Annual Dinner will be held on February 22, 2017 at Cipriani Wall Street.

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New York, AEF Fourth Annual Gala (3/4): You are cordially invited to the Fourth Annual Gala with the Ascend Educational Fund on Saturday, March 4th at the newly opened The Lounge - Soho.

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New York, Aphrodisiac (2/13 - 2/24): This puts his children, Avery and Alma, in an even more awkward position than their father.

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New York, Artists For World Peace on Broadway 6 (2/19): Artists for World Peace presents its sixth annual Broadway fundraiser! Come watch as Broadway performers sing, dance, and tell stories to help children all over the world.

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New York, Asia Week New York 2017 (3/9 - 3/18): Asia Week New York is an annual ten-day celebration of Asian art throughout metropolitan New York, with non-stop exhibitions, auctions and special events.

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New York, AUCs Sixth Annual Benefit Dinner (3/1): All of the evening's proceeds will go towards student scholarships at AUC. To avoid processing fees incurred on this platform, please visit

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New York, Bearing Witness as Protest with AFROPUNK and Harlem Stage (2/23): Bearing Witness as Protest with AFROPUNK and Harlem Stage on February 23rd!

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New York, Beyond Solidarity: How Columbia Students Can Help Syrian Refugees (3/6): Students Supporting Israel (SSI) is bringing NGOs working in the United States, Europe and the Middle East to let students know how they can translate their motivation into tangible assistance.

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New York, Bound to Rise (1/26 - 2/26): in which the young protagonists succeed against the odds in the New York City of the 1890s.

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New York, Camouflage: A Rear View Perspective (3/3): OBC's Underground 90's Feature Collage (w/ Post Show Review of Harlem Evolution).

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New York, Chiflón, El Silencio Del Carbón (2/23 - 2/25): El Silencio del Carbón tells the haunting story of a young miner forced to find work in one of the most dangerous mines in Chile after the mine where he worked collapses.

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New York, Chipotle Fundraiser for Happy Feet (2/26): We are so happy to invite all of you to this amazing event for Happy Feet!! Join us for a fundraiser to support Happy Feet Organization.

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New York, Circus Now International Contemporary Circus Exposure 2017 (3/3 - 3/5): Circus Now returns to NYU Skirball following two sold-out seasons, with three programs of boundary-pushing contemporary circus featuring the world’s most innovative and inspired companies.

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New York, Class: Intro to Sparkling Wine (2/24): Ever wonder how the bubbles get in that bottle of champagne? Or what the difference is between cava and prosecco?

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New York, Compagnia de Colombaris texts&beheadings/ElizabethR (2/23): With one swift stroke of the sword on Anne Boleyns neck, the Princess Elizabeth becomes a royal bastard.

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New York, Damaged Goods (3/2 - 3/18): Private dick Thomas Sparks finds out the hard way that nothing is what it seems as hes lured through a lethal labyrinth of love, lies and larceny.

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New York, Dave Nee Foundation 2017 Gala (3/2): Support the Dave Nee Foundation as we continue to work to destigmatize depression and suicide, raise awareness of mental health in our community, and provide innovative and needed programming to law s

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New York, Delirium: The Art of the Symbolist Book (1/20 - 5/14): Delirium: The Art of the Symbolist Book explores creative encounters between Symbolist authors and the artists in their circles.

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New York, Mateo López: Undo List (1/20 - 3/19): Mateo López: Undo List is a multidisciplinary installation that will be the Colombian artist’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States.

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New York, Mayada and Friends Fundraising Dinner (3/5): We are happy to announce that Mayada, a Syrian refugee who arrived in the U.S. with her husband and four children in March 2016 co-sponsored by Rutgers Presbyterian Church and Church World Service, wi

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New York, Monday Night Magic - 2017 (1/23 - 3/13): Tickets must be picked up no later than 15 minutes prior to the start of the performance to insure that you are seated before the show begins.

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New York, Museum of Interesting Things Secret Speakeasy History of Quack Medicine Feb 26th (2/26): The next Museum of Interesting Things Secret Speakeasy is Sun Feb 26th The theme is: It Hurts When I do This! The History of Quack Medicine

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New York, Museum of Natural History- Private tour (3/4): This is a great event where you can step back in time and relive the days of the dinosaurs and more.

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New York, Mythic Bridge 2017 Annual Kickoff Reception (2/28): Mythic Bridge is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides free hands-on, narrative filmmaking education to at-risk youth.

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New York, NADA New York Art Fair (3/2 - 3/5): The sixth edition of NADA New York will take place March 2–5, 2017, at Skylight Clarkson North, located at 572 Washington Street.

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New York, Nature Matters. Celebrate the Future of Nature in NYC (2/23): Join the Natural Areas Conservancy and our partners as we celebrate the natural world of New York City and share our plans for safeguarding it for future generations.

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New York, Neighbors Together Charity Ride (3/11): Join us at CrankNYC Upper East Side on Saturday March 11th, for a charity ride to benefit Neighbors Together, an organization committed to ending hunger and poverty in three of the lowest income areas

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New York, Nepalese Seasons: Rain and Ritual (5/6 - 3/27): Nepalese Seasons: Rain and Ritual illustrates the enduring manifestation of rituals, agrarian festivals, and the natural environment in the art of Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley. This is the first exhibi

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New York, New York Dance Festival (2/23 - 2/26): The New York Dance Festival is an annual dancesport competition held in February at the incomparable Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.

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New York, New York International Children’s Film Festival (2/24 - 3/19): New York International Children’s Film Festival shows new, inspiring, and thought-provoking films about youth from around the world, suitable for families.

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New York, NY Drinks NY Grand Tasting (3/7): Over 40 wineries from the Finger Lakes, Long Island, Niagara Escarpment, Hudson River Region, Champlain Valley, and Lake Erie will be featured at this walk-around tasting reception.

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New York, NYC Annual Mardi Gras Fat Friday Celebration (3/3): FAT FRIDAY is returning to the Angel Orensanz Foundation in downtown Manhattan on Friday March 3rd, 2017—tickets are on sale NOW!

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New York, OM Lab: Offer Your Voice (2/3 - 5/8): Tune in to the sacred sound of the universe, and contribute your voice to the largest collective chant of OM ever generated.

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New York, Omega Kids (3/2 - 3/25): New Light Theater Project and Access Theater present a new play, OMEGA KIDS by Noah Mease, directed by Jay Stull.

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New York, NEWLIFE EXPO For Health, Rejuvenation,and Enlightenment (3/17 - 3/19): In it 27th year NEWLIFE EXPO, NY's largest Mind,Body,Spirit event, presents Marianne Williamson & 100 other expert speakers & exhibitors from around the world for 3 incredible days on March 17-19

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New York, Winter Film Awards 6th Annual Indie Film Festival (2/23 - 3/4): Winter Film Awards INDIE FILM FESTIVAL - 88 Films - Emerging Filmmakers - 30 countries. All Genres - Free Discussion Panels - $5 Matinees - Bloody Thursday All Horror Day - Daily Screenings - Free Pa

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New York, On the Exhale (2/7 - 4/2): Roundabout Underground presents On the Exhale, a provocative world premiere from Martín Zimmerman, directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman (Well, Roundabout’s Violet).

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New York, The 7th Annual NYU DPT 5K (3/4): Join us in our 7th Annual NYU DPT 5K. Funds raised through the Challenge also contribute to the rigorous and high quality peer-review process which results in the awarding of all Foundation

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New York, The Arts Show - Park Avenue Armory (3/1 - 3/5): Organized annually by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), The Art Show offers intimately scaled and thoughtfully curated presentations by the nation’s leading fine art dealers...

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New York, The Clio Art Fair (3/2 - 3/5): The CLIO ART FAIR is a curated fair created with the idea of discovering independent artists and showcasing the careers and achievements of already affirmed creative minds.

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New York, The Co-Pilot Project Launch and Benefit (3/5): We would like to invite you to an event at the Ukrainian Institute of America to launch a new initiative of Razom: The Co-Pilot Project.

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New York, The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair and Fine Press Book Fair (3/11): The Shadow Show Looms Over Manhattan! The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair And The Fine Press Book Fair Celebrate Rare Book Week In New York City!

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New York, The Martha Graham Company: Sacred/Profane (2/14 - 2/26): The Martha Graham Company returns to The Joyce bringing three diverse programs collected under the season theme Sacred/Profane.

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New York, The Mistress and Muggle Party (2/23): Join me for an evening of connecting, music, dance, drinks and fun, all proceeds will go to Bent On Learning, an organization providing children an opportunity to practice yoga within NYC school days.

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New York, The Mother of Invention (1/28 - 2/26): When Dottie Nerber’s son and daughter arrive to pack up the contents of their mother’s Florida home, their conflicting memories of her collide.

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New York, The Orchid Show: Thailand (2/18 - 3/19): The Orchid Show fills the conservatory at the New York Botanical Garden with thousands of orchids in an amazing array of colors, shapes, sizes, and textures.

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New York, Excerpt (1/26 - 7/2): For generations, artists have used text and books to challenge the purveyors of knowledge and to trouble the certainty of facts.

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New York, EXHIBITION the epitaph project - American Folk Art Museum (11/27 - 2/26): the epitaph project began in 1995 on a burial plot in Hollywood Forever, a historic cemetery in Los Angeles.

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New York, Fade (1/25 - 3/5): Tanya Saracho comes to Primary Stages with the New York Premiere of Fade, a behind-the-scenes comedy about the burgeoning friendship between Lucia and Abel.

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New York, Fair Trade Performs at the SAJ (3/1): The Fair Trade Trio will be joined by oboist and SAJ member, Jason Smoller for an evening of chamber music in the SAJ sanctuary.

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New York, First-Ever SuperTuscan Wine! Sassicaia Wine Dinner (2/21): Join Massimo Galvano, winery ambassador as he introduces the wines of Sassicaia estate Tenuta San Guido with dinner at La Pizza Fresca Ristorante at 7 pm on Tuesday, February 21st.

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New York, Free Assistive Technology Open House (3/1): Let Baruch’s Computer Center for Visually Impaired People Help! Our CCVIP team will show individuals whose vision has declined how to make changes in the way they use technology.

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New York, Free Sake Tasting! (3/4): This Saturday we are lucky to have in importer Yumuki from Sake Suki for a delicious and informative tasting.

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New York, Free Skating at The Rink Bryant Park (11/27 - 3/5): The Rink is the centerpiece of Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park.

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New York, French Academie of Ballet 2017 Summer Intensive Audition (3/4): An exclusive summer training program designed for serious dancer ages 9 - 21

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New York, FriendsTrivia (3/3): THIS EVENT IS NOT MEANT TO BE AGE SPECIFIC OR GENDER BALANCED.

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New York, Georgian Wine Tasting Party (2/21): There will be wines produced in “qvevri,” the clay vessel used for winemaking, as well as wine fermented in stainless steel vats.

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New York, Gift of Life International (2/22): Gift of Life International is a Rotarian-based organization that over the past 4 decades has helped more than 18,000 children from emerging countries receive treatment for their heart disease.

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New York, Great Wines of Italy - New York (3/8): JamesSuckling.com is delighted to present the 2017 edition of Great Wines of Italy in Miami (March 6th), New York City (March 8th), Beverly Hills (March 10th) and San Francisco (March 11th).

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New York, Greenwich Village Antiquarian Book Fair (2/18 - 2/19): Greenwich Village Antiquarian Book Fair February 18-19, 2017 11am-5pm PS 3, 490 Hudson St NY, NY.

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New York, Happy Hour (2/15 - 3/15): And we will insist each and every time that there will still be something to celebrate.

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New York, Happy Hour to benefit Caring Kind (3/9): Join davidshapiro for a Happy Hour to benefit Caring Kind and help fight Alzheimer's.

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New York, Hats in the City: Red Hat Society International Convention (2/16 - 2/19): You are invited to join your Red Hat Sisters for an experience of a lifetime, where joy, laughter and the electricity of fun and friendship reign supreme in the city that never sleeps!

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New York, I Wish: The Wish Machine Project, by Chrysanne Stathacos (1/31 - 3/6): I Wish is a project conceived by Chrysanne Stathacos and created in collaboration with CMA museum visitors and Teaching Artists.

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New York, I’m Nobody! Who are you? The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson (1/20 - 5/21): One of the most popular and enigmatic American writers of the nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson (1830–1886) wrote almost 1,800 poems.

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New York, In the Realm of the Hungry Ghost; Close Encounters with Addiction (3/11): Gabor Maté is a medical doctor recently retired from active practice.

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New York, Independent Art Fair (3/3 - 3/5): Independent Art Fair March 2-5, 2017 at Spring Studios, 50 Varick St between Laight and Beach St in NY, NY.

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New York, inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd (8/25 - 7/25): inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd will bring to Jackie Robinson Park the most recent of the artist’s series of sculptures created to dispel people’s feelings of racial prejudice, violence or ordinary disdain.

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New York, Jackson Mac Low: Lines–Letters–Words (1/20 - 3/19): The Drawing Center will present the first solo museum exhibition of visual works by Jackson Mac Low (1922–2004) that spans the multidisciplinary artist’s practice from the 1940s to the 2000s.

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New York, Lauren Kalman: But if the Crime Is Beautiful… (10/18 - 3/15): Taking up the subject of gold (specifically jewelry and adornment) as representative of power, wealth, and love, Lauren Kalman: But if the Crime Is Beautiful..., created by performance artist and meta

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New York, LAVENDER SONGS; A Queer Weimar Berlin Cabaret with Jeremy Lawrence (2/4 - 3/11): Tante Fritzy, kabarettist extraordinaire, kicks the world on its ass singing the songs of Queer Weimar Berlin.

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New York, LINE: March to 50 (1/23 - 3/13): Next year will mark 50 years that Israel Horovitz's stunning surreal play, LINE, will have been performing in NYC.

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New York, LIVE TAPING Live Taping Comedy & Music (2/19): Join us on February 19th at SOB's (Sounds of Brazil). Hope to see you there!!

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New York, Love That Dog (2/18 - 3/5): Featuring the poetry of Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, and Walter Dean Myers, LOVE THAT DOG is a contemporary story about discovering the power of your own voice.

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New York, Every Girl is Important: Film Screenings and Discussion (2/27): Learn more about empowering girls through education and help build a school to provide education access for Kenyan girls.

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New York, The World of Radio (2/3 - 9/24): A 1934 batik mural created by Arthur Gordon Smith to celebrate the career of soprano and radio star Jessica Dragonette will be displayed alongside radios, drawings, and photographs of the era.

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New York, The Worth of Women (3/1 - 3/4): Based on a 1600th century text, Seven women dialoging about gender equality and the responsibility of men.

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New York, Treasures from the Nationalmuseum of Sweden: The Collections of Count Tessin (2/3 - 5/14): The Nationalmuseum, Sweden’s largest and most distinguished art institution, is partnering with the Morgan to bring more than seventy-five masterpieces from its collections to New York for a rare visi

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New York, Warhol & Dalí: Panel Discussion with Torsten Otte (2/19): "Salvador Dalí and Andy Warhol: Encounters in New York and Beyond" Panel Discussion with author Torsten Otte, Jade Albert, George Mason, Robert Heide, William Rothlein, and Walter Steding

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New York, We Are the Warmth: A Night of Solidarity for a New Economy (2/23): We resist by taking ownership of our economy, taking ownership of our future, and building power in our communities.

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New York, Weather or Not, That is the Question (2/2 - 5/21): Children’s Museum of the Arts is pleased to announce Weather or Not, That is the Question, an exhibition about the power, mystery, and grandeur of weather and its impact on our environment.

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New York, Were Having A Baby Shower For Charity (2/26): We also want to use this as an opportunity to give to a meaningful cause. Northern Manhattan Perninatal Partnership (NMPP) is a non-proift organization that bridges the gap between wealthy and poor, b

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New York, West Village Wine Tour (2/19): Enjoy a sampling of six wine varietals at upscale West Village wine destinations. Learning about wine was never this fun!

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New York, PASEsetter Awards Benefit Afterparty (2/28): Join us in celebrating afterschool at the PASEsetter Awards Benefit Afterparty! Enjoy a two-hour open bar, passed desserts, and raffle prizes!

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New York, PAWS NY Volunteer Orientation (2/23): Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS NY) is a grassroots, volunteer-driven organization.

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New York, Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change (1/27 - 5/7): Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change continues ICP’s long-standing tradition of exploring the social and historic impact of visual culture.

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New York, Pitch Contest: Talk Trash City (2/28): Trashy start-ups compete for a crowd-funded cash prize. Attendees vote on the pitch that best demonstrates its ability to help NYC reach zero waste to landfills by 2030.

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New York, Please Bring Balloons (2/18 - 3/5): An interactive, multi-sensory theater experience created for our youngest audience members.

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New York, POETS V SINGERS (2/13 - 3/13): is a slam based competition event that allows poets and singers to go head to head.

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New York, Prague: Czech Romantics (2/23): Concert and talk on February 23rd at The Italian Academy in New York.

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New York, Rapunzel (2/4 - 2/26): When a husband sneaks into a garden for his wife he makes a promise to a witch.

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New York, Ring Twice for Miranda (1/24 - 4/16): Ring Twice for Miranda is a tragi-comedy set in difficult times, roiled by economic upheavals. A man known only as Sir rules with a vengeance, but it’s Miranda who adds intrigue to his life.

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New York, RUSSIAN CABARET NIGHT (2/13 - 2/20): It includes Performance, Russian Caviar & Blinis, Beef Stroganoff, Chocolate Cake.

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New York, Sam Eatons The Quantum Eye - Mentalism and Magic Show (2/11 - 3/11): where extraordinary ability and humor blend with audience participation to make for a unique performance every time.

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New York, Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse (9/23 - 4/16): Offering creative, alternative approaches to confronting textile waste, Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse will present the work of three designers who put sustainability at the heart of the

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New York, Securing the Shadow: Posthumous Portraiture in America (11/27 - 2/26): Securing the Shadow is a contemplation of American self-taught portraiture through the lens of memory and loss.

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New York, Sig Socials: Trivia (2/24): Sig Socials: Trivia returns on February 24! Join us for an evening of trivia, snacks and drink specials. RSVP to secure your spot and your chance to win tickets to Signature shows!

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New York, SparkNYC Longreads: The Johnson Amendment and Free Speech (2/28): Join us for Longreads, the monthly meetup that helps you #getfamiliar when it comes to hot topics, current events, and social justice.

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New York, Spinning For a Cause with W.IN.E (3/9): Join W.IN.E for a hands on learning experience learning to spin on the ones and twos with female academy instructor: DJ Twin-T.

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New York, Tattooed New York (2/3 - 4/30): For more than 300 years, New York has played a central role in the development of modern tattooing.

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New York, TechFest with STEM Kids Inc. (2/25): Join JCC Harlem and Repair the World at STEM Kid Inc.'s TechFest!

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New York, TEMPEI NAKAMURA 2017 (3/11): From the same year, he begins his annual Europe tours, becoming a global performer.

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Newark, Oil Panting with Andrea (2/22): Working from your own photograph you will create an oil painting of a subject of your choice. All levels of experience but must have basic drawing skills.

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Newburgh, Desmond Campus: Small Sips (3/7): In this class you’ll learn about wine from the bottom up, with just the essentials: when and where it originated, its evolution, and the ways in which we, as human beings, encounter and engage with it

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Niagara Falls, 2017 Buffalo Bridal Show in Niagra Falls (2/19): You will meet and speak with local wedding professionals, see fashion shows, sample gourmet delights, register to win prizes, and have an enjoyable day.

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Northport, Walters Wish By Christopher Hackert (3/2 - 3/12): The Bare Bones Theater Company presents Walters Wish, a scathingly magical comedy by Christopher Hackert.

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Oakdale, The Royal Ball 2017 (2/20 - 2/22): Before they were princesses, they dreamt of what the royal life would be like. Let them enchant you with their famous songs and stories in this live performance.

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Oakdale, Sister Act The Musical (2/25 - 3/25): Sister Act is the feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet!

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Oneida, The End of Marriage: Adultery in the 19th Century (2/19): Guest Speaker: Carol Faulkner, author of Lucretia Mott's Heresy: Abolition and Women's Rights in 19th-Century America and Women's Radical Reconstruction.

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Ontario, Maple Madness 2017 (3/4 - 3/26): Shadow Hill Maple Syrup welcomes you to... MARCH MAPLE MADNESS 2017!

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Ossining, WCT presents Lots Wife A new play written by Albi Gorn (3/3 - 3/25): A warm, moving saga of a familys struggle to survive in a world full of cataclysmic changes.

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Oswego, 2017 Lake Ontario Wedding Show (2/26): This is a wonderful opportunity for engaged couples to get great ideas, compare, and make plans for your big day.

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Patchogue, DevilDriver at The Emporium (2/19): Bound By The Road Tour DevilDriver DeathAngel Winds of Plague The Agonist Azreal

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Pattersonville, Children’s Specialist 1 (2/25 - 2/26): Children’s Specialist 1 (CS1) is the entry-level children’s education course for PSIA and AASI, and it includes an evaluation component

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Peekskill, Al Di Meola’s Elegant Gypsy 40th Anniversary Tour 2017 (2/26): Released in 1977, Elegant Gypsy was the follow-up album to Di Meola’s debut release. The distinctive music on the album is a fusion of jazz and rock, with Di Meola’s lightening-fast guitar riffs inter

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Peekskill, Australian Bee Gees (3/3): It’s Saturday Night Fever every night with the Australian Bee Gee’s Show - A tribute to the Bee Gee’s. One of the most successful and adored acts in musical history is recreated on the stage in a 75-m

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Peekskill, Dionne Warwick (3/5): Scintillating, soothing, and sensual best describe the familiar and legendary voice of five-time Grammy Award winning music legend, Dionne Warwick, who has become a cornerstone of American pop music a

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Peekskill, Neko Case (3/9): Now more than 20 years into that calling, the two-time Grammy Nominee is the consummate career artist-fearless and versatile, with a fierce work ethic and a constant drive to search deeper within hers

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Peekskill, Celtic Crossings, featuring Phil Coulter and Andy Cooney (3/12): Celtic Crossings promises an evening of Celtic tranquility with the great songs of Phil Coulter sung by the magnificent voice of Andy Cooney, with special guests Geraldine Branagan, and the Irish Pop

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Peekskill, Piff the Magic Dragon (3/2): The stand out star of season 10 of ‘America’s Got Talent’, Piff the Magic Dragon, is returning to the Paramount stage! When it comes to Piff, think Larry David in a dragon suit (with a trademark Chihu

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Peekskill, Rhythm in the Night (3/11): Rhythm in the Night, The Irish Dance Spectacular is an epic journey derived from a tale of good versus evil with a storyline that will capture the imagination of everyone in the family and transport t

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Pittsford, Monopoly Tournament at Via Girasole Wine Bar (2/21): You are invited to join us for our first Monopoly Game night Tournament.

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Pleasantville, Hudson Valley Fermented - Featuring Craft Beverages of the Hudson Valley (3/11): Hudson Valley Fermented is an afternoon tasting of the finest craft beers, spirits, wines, hard ciders, beverages and artisanal foods the Hudson Valley has to offer.

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Port Washington, PRC Kids Yoga (3/3): This is a great way to wind down after a busy day, relax and get ready for bed!

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Poughkeepsie, Thunder Road Band - Irish and Unplugged at Juan Murphys (3/17): Thunder Road Band will be performing at Juan Murphy's March 17th, 2017 for St Patty's Day. Located at 796 Main Street Poughkeepsie NY

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Queensbury, Mierle Laderman Ukeles: Maintenance Art (9/18 - 2/19): Since the late 1960s, Mierle Laderman Ukeles’ performances, sculptural installations, and writing have explored issues profoundly important to society today.

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Red Hook, Fiddle Concert & Dance (2/25): Strawberry Hill Fiddlers will perform a concert followed by a Dance led by the Walker Family Band at St. Paul's Lutheran Parish in Red Hook, NY. This is a fundraiser for the fiddler's Spring trip to u

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Rensselaer, 9th Annual Russian Winter Festival 2017: Grand Finale (2/25): It's a day of traditional Russian food, music, dance, costumes, exhibits, performances, crafts and contests.

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Riverhead, Community Winemakers Pairing (2/25): Join Martha Clara Vineyards Winemaker Juan E. Micieli-Martinez alongside a special guest Winemaker.

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Riverhead, Winter Break Fun-Cation (2/20 - 2/24): Working during the Winter Break? Drop your kids off for some Winter Break Fun at the Long Island Aquarium.

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Rochester, An Evening of Music and Art (2/28): An evening of music and art -- in between sets by Margaret Explosion, artists Jim Mott and Elizabeth Durand will speak about their exhibit on display on the walls of The Little Theatre Cafe.

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Rochester, Burnal Equinox 2017: BULLIEVE (3/4): On March 4th 2017, the Western NY Burner community will be hosting a Burnal Equinox celebration, BULLIEVE.

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Rochester, EASTMAN FACULTY ARTIST SERIES: EASTMAN VIRTUOSI (2/25): Eastman Virtuosi concerts, curated by Eastman faculty Bonita Boyd and Nicholas Goluses.

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Rochester, Maroon 5 at the Blue Cross Arena (3/5): Maroon 5 at the Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, NY on Sun, Mar 5, 2017 07:30 PM.

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Rochester, The Rita Collective (2/22): The Rita Collective is a chamber group that plays original and world music with a jazz slant.

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Rochester, THE SECRET OF THE MUSES (2/26): Our local world-famous lutenist, called “the clearest case of genius ever to touch his instrument,” plays 17th century lute music inspired by Lord Herbert of Cherbury’s Lutebook.

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Rochester, Flower City Chili Cookoff (2/25): Bring some Tums along with your appetite if you think you can take the heat. Contenders from over a dozen Rochester eateries are duking it out for top honors in a variety of sizzling categories.

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Rochester, Food & Beer Pairing with Guest Chef Kimberly Roth (2/21): The Rohrbach team is excited to welcome special guest Chef Kimberly Roth, in a collaborative Five-Course Food & Beer Pairing event at the Railroad Street Beer Hall.

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Rochester, Hot Pot ITS Level 1 Fast and Slow Exposure Workshop (2/19): Come and see what Hot Pot ITS is all about! Experience a piece of Amy Sigil’s improvisational dance language.

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Rochester, Johnnys 19th Runnin of the Green (3/11): With winter winding down and spring on the horizon, that means it's time for our annual Runnin' of the Green 5 mile race, starting downtown at the Blue Cross Arena. This is our 19th annual race, and t

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Rochester, Life is a Dream (3/3 - 3/19): A play by Pedro Calederon de la Barca.

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Rochester, Manis and Martini (2/20): Join Us as we partner with a popular local Salon Tru on Park for a Manis and Martini Night.

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Rochester, TYKES J-CATION CAMP – February School Break (2/20 - 2/24): Kids ages 8 and up who love theater are invited to join us during February break as we write and perform our own original fractured fairy tale!

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Rochester, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra with pianist Nikolai Lugansky - Eastman Presents Concert Serie (2/28): Founded in 1882, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra is the oldest orchestra in Russia.

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Rochester, Tasting Tuesday: Wines of Portugal (2/21): You may already know that Portugal is most famous for Port, but did you know that this beautiful country also produces some truly excellent dry wines?

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Salamanca, Catteraugus County Sportsman Show (2/18 - 2/19): This Salamanca gun show is held at Seneca Allegany Event Center and hosted by York-Penn Shows of New York. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

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Saranac Lake, 2017 World Snowshoe Championships (2/24 - 2/26): The World Snowshoe Championships will be held on February 24-26 in Saranac Lake, adirondacks usa.

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Saranac Lake, Adirondack Stage Rats: The Fourth Wall (2/21 - 2/28): “The Fourth Wall” serves up wisdom, up-to-the-minute relevance, and a good measure of hilarity.

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Saranac Lake, The 2017 World Snowshoe Championships (2/25): The 2017 World Snowshoe Championships will be a unique event utilizing both new and known course routes.

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Saranac, Winter Breakout Day Camp (2/22): Winter Break is here and the fun is heating up! Students ages 5-12 will enjoy a winter adventure program that includes snowshoeing, winter games, nature exploration, and nature crafts.

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Saratoga Springs, Country Cabin Fever Party with Country Music DJ Kevin Richards (3/11): Show us your fancy moves or let Kevin show you how.

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Saratoga Springs, The Flurry Dance Festival (2/17 - 2/19): The Flurry Is The best winter weekend ever for Dancers & Music Lovers of all Ages!

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Schenectady, Chortle Kombat (2/4 - 4/1): Two master of improv face off in head-to-head competition! You decide who emerges victorious.

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Schenectady, Schenectady Greenmarket : Enjoy live music, prepared food and the region's freshest local produce. Each Sunday vendors, shoppers, musicians and friends gather at Schenectady Greenmarket which takes place year-round.

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Seaford, Breakfast with the Trolls (2/19): Join us for bagels, eggs, pancakes, bacon, cereal, coffee, tea and fruit punch while our trolls go to each table on Sunday February 19th from 9:30am-11:00am.

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Seneca Falls, Toro Run Wine Dinner (2/23): The Gould Hotel presents a Wine Pairing Dinner featuring Finger Lakes wine from Toro Run Winery.

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Sherburne, Winter Adventures (2/22 - 2/24): The cure for Cabin Fever! Break free from the indoors and play in the snow. You may even learn a new skill or two. Snowshoeing, tracking, shelter building and more will fill our days with adventure.

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Skaneateles, Judi Witkin Beading Demonstration at Gallery 54 (2/25): Judi Witkin will be demonstrating a variety of beading techniques on Saturday February 25th from 12-3 p.m.

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Smithtown, CSL Suit and Sneaker Gala 2017 (2/25): Come join us for our 4th annual Suit and Sneakers Gala! We will have live music, raffles, sit down dinner, and you get to hear our hearts and what CSL is doing in and around communities near you!

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Sparkill, The French Connection with Pianist Audrey Abela (3/1): A native of France, Audrey Abela’s solo performances include recitals in the United States, France, Spain, Finland, in venues such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Symphony Space, Steinway Hall, Sal

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Staten Island, Scenes from the Staten Island Ferry 2017 (3/4 - 3/12): Sundog Theatre's 15th annual presentation of all-new, original, one-act plays about our favorite boats.

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Syracuse, 2017 St. Patricks Parade (3/11): Celebrate everything Irish! Syracuse hosts one of the largest St. Patrick's celebrations in country.

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Syracuse, 27th Annual Greater Syracuse Antiques Expo (3/11 - 3/12): Continuing in the tradition and format of Madison-Bouckville Management, the Greater Syracuse Antiques Expo is held at the Empire Expo Center/NY State Fairgrounds Horticulture Building in Syracuse eac

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Syracuse, Art Exhibit, Removing the Mask: We Wear Their Voices (2/20): Through the careful examination of the experiences and creations of those who lived it, art and literature give much insight into the past.

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Syracuse, Aztec Two Step (3/3): Get ready for a great night of stories, songs and very special classic duos.

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Syracuse, Cabaret II: Black History Month Cabaret with Jackiem Joyner & Selina Albright (2/19): The unparalleled success of last year’s BHM event, which sold out the 400-seat Drumlins space, demanded that we bring Syracuse’s greatest expatriate smooth jazz master Jackiem Joyner.

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Syracuse, CFAC Caribbean Cinematic Festival (2/23 - 2/26): The four day festival will highlight cultural contributions as well as address polarizing issues in the Caribbean and the Caribbean Diaspora.

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Syracuse, Civic Morning Musicals Wednesday Recital Series - Guitar (2/22): Music from the Renaissance to the present day including Spanish & Latin American Favorites!

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Syracuse, CNY RV & Camping Show (3/2 - 3/5): This show brings together RV Dealers, Campgrounds, RV Suppliers and other Camping and RV related Exhibitors in three huge buildings at the perfect time of year!

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Syracuse, Contractors In Focus Expo (3/2): Join us for the First Annual Contractors In Focus Expo and take your business to the next level in 2017!

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Syracuse, Curator Talk: The History and Science of Mules (2/23): Join us as ECM Curator Ashley Maready discusses mules, fact and fiction, history and science, during the first in a series of quarterly curator talks.

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Syracuse, Dont Bank On The Bomb Campaign (2/23): The Nuclear Free World Committee invites the community to learn how to “Win beyond Washington”.

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Syracuse, More Real, More a Dream (2/19): Realism and abstraction are the two poles of painting in the 20th century. Drawn from the Everson’s collection, this exhibition brings together an eclectic mix of abstract works.

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Syracuse, New York Farm Show (2/23 - 2/25): The Northeast’s premier indoor farm show is packed with new and practical equipment, services and products just right for your farming operation.

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Syracuse, WonderWorks Science Extravaganza Week! (2/20 - 2/24): WonderWorks will be hosting it's 2nd Annual Science Extravaganza Week during February Break! Each day from February 20th to 24th, there will be a science themed activity or presentation.

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Syracuse, Wyoming Distance (2/24): Wyoming Distance deals with the themes of memory, loss, and distance primarily through allusions to the vast landscape of Wyoming, seen through a prism of diagrammatic line.

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Syracuse, Young the Giant in Syracuse, NY at the F Shed on 2.20 (2/20): Join us on February 20th at F SHED at The Market. Hope to see you there!!

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Syracuse, The Edge of Dawn Tour (3/10): Andrew Peterson and Audrey Assad will be performing live in Syracuse for the Edge of Dawn tour!

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Syracuse, The Greatest Winter Drinking Game (2/19): The Best Winter Drinking Game- Gelande Quaffing!!! Shuffle board meets beer pong in this interactive and exciting new drinking game!

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Syracuse, The King Stag (2/19): A fairy tale for all ages, The King Stag captures the sheer fun and bracing physicality of the Italian comic tradition.

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Syracuse, Heathers: the Musical (2/23 - 2/25): Hilarious, heartfelt and homicidal new musical based on the cult teen-movie classic, in its CNY premiere!

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Syracuse, Interactive Mystery Dinner Theater presents DEAD MEAT (2/23): The Tortellini Corner Market is small but proud with a distinctive fragrance, just like its owner, Papa Tortellini.

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Syracuse, Jazz at The Plaza: Barry Blumenthal (3/8): CNY Jazz Central and Le Moyne Plaza announce the lineup for their 2016-17 lunch-and-listen jazz series, Jazz at the Plaza, to take place at Le Moyne Plaza, 1419 Salt Springs Rd, Syracuse.

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Syracuse, Jazz in the Plaza: Parlour Games (2/22): Enjoy high quality professional jazz groups at this cozy new venue, surrounded by the college bookstore, Dunkin’ Donuts and Cam’s Pizzeria.

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Syracuse, JAZZ@SITRUS: Teresa Broadwell Quartet (2/24): Special 10% food and drink discounts plus free validated parking available to all CNY Jazz subscribers and donors holding a "CNY Jazz Central VIP Club Discount Card." No cover.

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Syracuse, Lecture Series for the exhibition Art for Every Home: Associated American Artists, 1934 – 2000 (2/23): Join Jeffrey Mayer, Associate Professor, Fashion & Curator, Sue Ann Genet Costume Collection, for Costume, Fashion and Fabric.

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Syracuse, Lunchtime Lecture: Collections Spotlight (3/8): Collections Spotlight: Chats with the Curator, Join David Prince, associate director/ curator of collections at the SUArt Galleries.

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Syracuse, Then and Now (2/21): A member of the OCC Art department faculty, Jill Doscher will be providing a 25 year overview of her art.

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Syracuse, Unwrapping Vanessa: Fiber Memory Art by Vanessa Johnson (2/22 - 2/25): Unwrapping Vanessa, by Syracuse fiber artist and storyteller Vanessa Johnson, highlights a new body of work that honors the voices of women and girls who continue to influence the artist’s life.

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Syracuse, Winter Break Youth Art Classes (2/21 - 2/24): Looking for fun and creative activities for your children (Ages 5-12) during mid-winter break? Sign up for one day or the entire week!

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Syracuse, Open Mic at The Road (2/20): Come join us every Monday night from 7-9 pm. Sign up starts at 6 pm. Sing or play a song, tell a joke, perform some spoken word or simply come to listen.

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Syracuse, Plant Nite Syracuse (3/8): Enjoy awesome social, often rowdy and sometimes cocktail-fueled terrarium-making events at local bars and restaurants.

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Syracuse, Pokemon Sun & Moon Sanctioned 30 Card Tournament! (2/19): Pre-registration highly encouraged, and will ensure you receive a print from our local artist. Open play available after tournament, time permitting.

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Syracuse, Pre-Theater dining for Riverdance (2/28 - 3/2): Throughout the 2016-17 season of Famous Artists' Broadway Theater Series, SKY Armory will be featuring pre-theater dining on performance nights. Enjoy a fine dining experience inspired by each show.

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Syracuse, Quilting Memories Fiber Art Workshop (2/19): Join fiber artists Vanessa Johnson and Laurie Leonard for a fiber art workshop. You don’t have to know how to sew!

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Syracuse, Riverdance - The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater (2/28 - 3/2): The international Irish dance phenomenon is back by popular demand!

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Syracuse, Snow Leopard Days Half-Price Admission (2/28): The Curious Cub Gift Shop and swing by the Jungle Café for a tasty treat or hot cocoa. The zoo is the perfect wintertime getaway for families and children, even in the coldest weather.

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Syracuse, Snowy Splendor: Winter Scenes of Onondaga County (2/22 - 2/24): The scenes include downtown Syracuse, parks, rural vistas, and woodland settings. The imagery also is varied; sometimes stark, sometimes colorful, yet all evocative of a season we love and hate.

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Syracuse, Snowy Splendor: Winter Scenes of Onondaga County (2/19): The scenes include downtown Syracuse, parks, rural vistas, and woodland settings. The imagery also is varied; sometimes stark, sometimes colorful, yet all evocative of a season we love and hate.

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Syracuse, SOUL (2/25 - 2/26): Told in three actor’s voices with spoken word, songs, and monologues, the production is an Unwrapping of the Life of Vanessa Johnson, Griot/Storyteller, and the common experiences of all women.

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Syracuse, Stone Canoe Journal #11 Release Party (2/24): Join us at the Downtown Writer's Center to celebrate the release of the latest issue of Stone Canoe, the only literary journal focused on the work of authors and artists from Upstate New York.

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Syracuse, Symphoria - Wind & String Quartet (3/2): Join members of Symphoria’s wind quintet and string quartet as they perform a variety of classical music in chamber music settings.

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Syracuse, Symphoria Pops Series IV: Cherish The Ladies (3/4): It has been said that every time Cherish The Ladies perform, they set the world on fire! Their contagious energy will have you laughing, singing and dancing as they perform all of your Emerald Isle fa

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Syracuse, Syracuse City Ballet Presents Snow White (3/10 - 3/12): There's only one way to find out who is the "fairest of them all."

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Syracuse, SYRACUSE CRUNCH HOCKEY vs. BINGHAMTON SENATORS (3/4): Professional hockey at its finest! Enjoy great family entertainment with the Syracuse Crunch Hockey team.

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Syracuse, SYRACUSE CRUNCH HOCKEY vs. HERSHEY BEARS (3/3): Professional hockey at its finest! Enjoy great family entertainment with the Syracuse Crunch Hockey team.

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Syracuse, Syracuse Silver Knights vs Baltimore Blast (2/24): Great professional indoor soccer! Bring the whole family downtown for this game!

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Syracuse, Syracuse University Mens Basketball vs Duke (2/22): Syracuse University Men's Basketball vs Duke. Go Orange!

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Syracuse, The 12th Annual Tipperary Hill Shamrock Run (3/4): The tenth annual Tipperary Hill Shamrock Run drew almost 3,900 runners and many more spectators to its four-mile course through historic Tipp Hill. 2017 should be even bigger

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Troy, The Troy Makers Market (2/25): The Troy Makers Market is held in conjunction with the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market, which takes place on Saturday from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM.

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Troy, Troy Night Out (2/24): Troy Night Out is a monthly arts and cultural event that regularly draws thousands people onto the streets of Downtown Troy.

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Utica, Agnes of God (2/10 - 2/19): Dr. Livingstone is investigating the death of a newborn baby, given birth by Sister Agnes in the convent.

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Utica, The Oneida County Public Market (3/11 - 3/25): A hub for the sale of fresh and unique products and a festival-like atmosphere of entertainment, art and family, the Oneida County Public Market is a celebration of community, agriculture and commerce

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Valatie, La Birra di Meni Italian Craft Beer Tasting (2/21): Taste seven bottle conditioned beers crafted by Northern Italy's Brewmaster Domenico Meni, complimented with small plate pairings. Valatie Bar & Grill will be closed to the public for this private cl

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Varysburg, Cabin Fever Buffet (2/25): While our full Lodge menu will be available, we want to set up an array of comfort food to encourage folks to come on out from their kitchen and give ours a try.

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Verona, National DRINK WINE DAY (2/20): NATIONAL DRINK WINE DAY!! YES PLEASE!!! COME JOIN US AT VILLA VERONA VINEYARD TO CELEBRATE DRINKING WINE!!! A GREAT WAY TO PREPARE FOR THE FESTIVALS OF DIONYSUS!!!

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Victor, Native American Winter Games and Sports (2/25): Join us for a full day to celebrate Native American ways to enjoying Winter!

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Victor, Maple Camp 2017 (3/4 - 3/5): Adopt a maple tree for free. Your child(ren) will go to the woods and tap an actual maple tree.

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West Henrietta, Knitting Circles Third Annual Artisan Market (2/19): Over 12 new and returning local vendors! Including: Yarn Culture, Moo Roo Yarn, gnarledpaw, Embraceable Ewe, Longmeadow Farm, Stone Edge Fibers, Firefly Farm, and many more!

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Westbury, Free Wheatley Wine Tasting (2/24): Join us and sample Cateno Malbec, Dr. Loosen Riesling, Bogle Petit Syrah and Kris Pinot Grigio.

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Westhampton Beach, CRESLI Seal walks at Cuposgue Beach (11/26 - 5/7): Two hour naturalist led walk to learn about, observe, and photograph seals in the wild. Reservation are required.

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White Plains, 2017 Annual Spring Fundraising Gala at The Westchester Hills Golf Club (3/2): Join us as we honor United Parcel Service (UPS) and present the Brieant Youth Alliance Legacy Award to Norman Fulton Thursday, March 2, 2017 (snow date 3/3/17).

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White Plains, Bubble Trouble (2/25): Bubble Trouble – A bubble volcano. Bubble roller coaster. A kid in a bubble? Jeff Boyer takes bubbles to the max in this one-man bubble extravaganza.

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White Plains, Dance for Justice (3/3): Join us for a night of fun, food, and Latin dance lessons with our DJ! Proceeds will go toward expanding and improving the work we do to increase police accountability and transparency.

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White Plains, Womans Club of White Plains Indoor Tag Sale (3/26): indoor tag sale for buyers and sellers to benefit local charity

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White Plains, Mardi Gras & Passing the Bar Networking Event (2/28): Join fellow members to celebrate Mardi Gras and Congratulate new attorneys for passing the Bar Exam!

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White Plains, Mardi Gras at the Coliseum _ Westchester, NY (2.19.17) (2/19): Americas #1 teen event brand presentsMARDI GRASSunday February 19th 2017?Music By DJ Shortkutz + No ID residents.

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Wyoming, All you Can Eat Pancake Breakfast (2/26): Please join us at Sweet Time Maple Farms for our All you Can Eat Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, February 26, 2017.

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Yorktown Heights, Freezer 5 Miler (2/19): Ah, winter. Taking it easy? Quitting running for a while? Yeah, we aren't either. And we know there is there is no better way to start the year off than two awesome classics: the freezer 5s!

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