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Because of the Coronal Virus Pandemic, Many immediate and upcoming Events across NY State have either been modified or postponed. Please consult individual Event websites to get the latest updated information.
 

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Events for May 1

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Spring Lights Community Friday

Spring Lights Community Friday Host/Presenter: Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Location: 218 Spring Street, Catskill, NY, 12414
Phone: 1-518-943-7465
Email: [email protected]
Come and see "Spring Lights," a new outdoor nighttime walk-through experience at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill, NY. Spring Lights is inspired by the artist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and his love of nature. Visitors with timed tickets will explore a one-way looping path to encounter a building-wide projection by the contemporary artist Brian Kenny and immersive light and sound environments designed by Clerestory Light, a leading “son et lumière” creative agency. The experience features audio of Thomas Cole’s written words, brought to life by the film actor Jamie Bell, with special thanks to Brian Swardstrom.
 

Washington County Antiques Fair

Washington County Antiques Fair Host/Presenter: Barntique
Location: 392 Old Schuylerville Road, Greenwich, NY,
Phone: 518-331-5004
Email: [email protected]
Check out Farmhouse decor, bath accessories, artwork, wine racks, signs, mirrors and more! Hope to see you there!!
 

Events for May 2

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Spring Lights Community Friday

Spring Lights Community Friday Host/Presenter: Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Location: 218 Spring Street, Catskill, NY, 12414
Phone: 1-518-943-7465
Email: [email protected]
Come and see "Spring Lights," a new outdoor nighttime walk-through experience at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill, NY. Spring Lights is inspired by the artist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and his love of nature. Visitors with timed tickets will explore a one-way looping path to encounter a building-wide projection by the contemporary artist Brian Kenny and immersive light and sound environments designed by Clerestory Light, a leading “son et lumière” creative agency. The experience features audio of Thomas Cole’s written words, brought to life by the film actor Jamie Bell, with special thanks to Brian Swardstrom.
 

Events for May 3

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Events for May 4

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Events for May 5

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Fort Ontario Walking Tours

Fort Ontario Walking Tours Time: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Fort Ontario State Historic Site
Location: 1 East Fourth St. 4th St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-343-4711
The Fort Ontario State Historic Site will host self-guided walking tours May 5 through 9 to commemorate the May 1814 British land and naval attack on Fort Ontario. Hikers are to report to the old stone fort where they will receive a booklet which includes maps that will guide them to stopping points of the battle. They will walk in the footsteps of history and use original sources to help them imagine how the landscape was devastated by the battle. Flags will be placed where American and British soldiers are believed to have been killed, wounded, or captured during the battle. The tour ends back at the old stone fort where participants will return the booklet and talk with history interpreters to ask questions and learn more about the battle. The walking tours will be socially-distanced and COVID-19 protocols will be followed. Masks will be required to be worn while inside the old stone fort.
 

Events for May 6

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Fort Ontario Walking Tours

Fort Ontario Walking Tours Time: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Fort Ontario State Historic Site
Location: 1 East Fourth St. 4th St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-343-4711
The Fort Ontario State Historic Site will host self-guided walking tours May 5 through 9 to commemorate the May 1814 British land and naval attack on Fort Ontario. Hikers are to report to the old stone fort where they will receive a booklet which includes maps that will guide them to stopping points of the battle. They will walk in the footsteps of history and use original sources to help them imagine how the landscape was devastated by the battle. Flags will be placed where American and British soldiers are believed to have been killed, wounded, or captured during the battle. The tour ends back at the old stone fort where participants will return the booklet and talk with history interpreters to ask questions and learn more about the battle. The walking tours will be socially-distanced and COVID-19 protocols will be followed. Masks will be required to be worn while inside the old stone fort.
 

Events for May 7

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Fort Ontario Walking Tours

Fort Ontario Walking Tours Time: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Fort Ontario State Historic Site
Location: 1 East Fourth St. 4th St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-343-4711
The Fort Ontario State Historic Site will host self-guided walking tours May 5 through 9 to commemorate the May 1814 British land and naval attack on Fort Ontario. Hikers are to report to the old stone fort where they will receive a booklet which includes maps that will guide them to stopping points of the battle. They will walk in the footsteps of history and use original sources to help them imagine how the landscape was devastated by the battle. Flags will be placed where American and British soldiers are believed to have been killed, wounded, or captured during the battle. The tour ends back at the old stone fort where participants will return the booklet and talk with history interpreters to ask questions and learn more about the battle. The walking tours will be socially-distanced and COVID-19 protocols will be followed. Masks will be required to be worn while inside the old stone fort.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Spring Lights Community Friday

Spring Lights Community Friday Host/Presenter: Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Location: 218 Spring Street, Catskill, NY, 12414
Phone: -518-943-7465
Email: [email protected]
Come and see "Spring Lights," a new outdoor nighttime walk-through experience at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill, NY. Spring Lights is inspired by the artist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and his love of nature. Visitors with timed tickets will explore a one-way looping path to encounter a building-wide projection by the contemporary artist Brian Kenny and immersive light and sound environments designed by Clerestory Light, a leading “son et lumière” creative agency. The experience features audio of Thomas Cole’s written words, brought to life by the film actor Jamie Bell, with special thanks to Brian Swardstrom.
 

Mother's Day Experience at Domaine LeSeurre Winery

Mother's Day Experience at Domaine LeSeurre Winery Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 13920 State Route 54, Hammondsport, NY, 14840
Phone: 6072923920
Email: d[email protected]
Treat the mothers in your life to a special weekend with our Mother's Day exclusive Wine & food delights! Have a special flight of our fine wines and French inspired bites that will transport you to the countryside of France for the day! $30 per person includes five wines paired with five French inspired bites. Enjoy this fight at your reserved table - the pairing is 45 minutes for up to eight guests.Limited availability! RSVP on our website to ensure space for you and your loved ones! https://domaine-leseurre-winery.square.site/ For any additional info: 607-292-3920 | [email protected]
 

Events for May 8

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Fort Ontario Walking Tours

Fort Ontario Walking Tours Time: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Fort Ontario State Historic Site
Location: 1 East Fourth St. 4th St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-343-4711
The Fort Ontario State Historic Site will host self-guided walking tours May 5 through 9 to commemorate the May 1814 British land and naval attack on Fort Ontario. Hikers are to report to the old stone fort where they will receive a booklet which includes maps that will guide them to stopping points of the battle. They will walk in the footsteps of history and use original sources to help them imagine how the landscape was devastated by the battle. Flags will be placed where American and British soldiers are believed to have been killed, wounded, or captured during the battle. The tour ends back at the old stone fort where participants will return the booklet and talk with history interpreters to ask questions and learn more about the battle. The walking tours will be socially-distanced and COVID-19 protocols will be followed. Masks will be required to be worn while inside the old stone fort.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Spring Lights Community Friday

Spring Lights Community Friday Host/Presenter: Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Location: 218 Spring Street, Catskill, NY, 12414
Phone: -518-943-7465
Email: [email protected]
Come and see "Spring Lights," a new outdoor nighttime walk-through experience at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill, NY. Spring Lights is inspired by the artist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and his love of nature. Visitors with timed tickets will explore a one-way looping path to encounter a building-wide projection by the contemporary artist Brian Kenny and immersive light and sound environments designed by Clerestory Light, a leading “son et lumière” creative agency. The experience features audio of Thomas Cole’s written words, brought to life by the film actor Jamie Bell, with special thanks to Brian Swardstrom.
 

Mother's Day Experience at Domaine LeSeurre Winery

Mother's Day Experience at Domaine LeSeurre Winery Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 13920 State Route 54, Hammondsport, NY, 14840
Phone: 6072923920
Email: [email protected]
Treat the mothers in your life to a special weekend with our Mother's Day exclusive Wine & food delights! Have a special flight of our fine wines and French inspired bites that will transport you to the countryside of France for the day! $30 per person includes five wines paired with five French inspired bites. Enjoy this fight at your reserved table - the pairing is 45 minutes for up to eight guests.Limited availability! RSVP on our website to ensure space for you and your loved ones! https://domaine-leseurre-winery.square.site/ For any additional info: 607-292-3920 | [email protected]
 

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Events for May 9

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Spring Lights Community Friday

Spring Lights Community Friday Host/Presenter: Thomas Cole National Historic Site
Location: 218 Spring Street, Catskill, NY, 12414
Phone: -518-943-7465
Email: [email protected]
Come and see "Spring Lights," a new outdoor nighttime walk-through experience at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill, NY. Spring Lights is inspired by the artist Thomas Cole (1801-1848) and his love of nature. Visitors with timed tickets will explore a one-way looping path to encounter a building-wide projection by the contemporary artist Brian Kenny and immersive light and sound environments designed by Clerestory Light, a leading “son et lumière” creative agency. The experience features audio of Thomas Cole’s written words, brought to life by the film actor Jamie Bell, with special thanks to Brian Swardstrom.
 

Mother's Day Experience at Domaine LeSeurre Winery

Mother's Day Experience at Domaine LeSeurre Winery Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: 13920 State Route 54, Hammondsport, NY, 14840
Phone: 6072923920
Email: [email protected]
Treat the mothers in your life to a special weekend with our Mother's Day exclusive Wine & food delights! Have a special flight of our fine wines and French inspired bites that will transport you to the countryside of France for the day! $30 per person includes five wines paired with five French inspired bites. Enjoy this fight at your reserved table - the pairing is 45 minutes for up to eight guests.Limited availability! RSVP on our website to ensure space for you and your loved ones! https://domaine-leseurre-winery.square.site/ For any additional info: 607-292-3920 | [email protected]
 

Baby Animal Days

Baby Animal Days Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Indian Ladder Farms
Location: 342 Altamont Rd , Altamont , NY, 12009
Every spring Indian Ladder Farms comes to life with sights, sounds, smells and touch. Come into our Baby Animal Barn where tour participants will see, pet and learn about chicks, turkey poults, ducklings, goslings, bunnies, lambs, goat kids, piglets, and calves. Visit our Goat Playground and learn about goat behavior while cheering on our lively goat kids as they romp and play with toys. Visit our outdoor farm animal exhibits of adult cows, goats, sheep and poultry to see what baby farm animals will look like when they are all grown up. Baby Animal Barn & Goat Playground Open Daily 9 to 6
 

Fort Ontario Walking Tours

Fort Ontario Walking Tours Time: 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Host/Presenter: Fort Ontario State Historic Site
Location: 1 East Fourth St. 4th St., Oswego, NY, 13126
Phone: 1-315-343-4711
The Fort Ontario State Historic Site will host self-guided walking tours May 5 through 9 to commemorate the May 1814 British land and naval attack on Fort Ontario. Hikers are to report to the old stone fort where they will receive a booklet which includes maps that will guide them to stopping points of the battle. They will walk in the footsteps of history and use original sources to help them imagine how the landscape was devastated by the battle. Flags will be placed where American and British soldiers are believed to have been killed, wounded, or captured during the battle. The tour ends back at the old stone fort where participants will return the booklet and talk with history interpreters to ask questions and learn more about the battle. The walking tours will be socially-distanced and COVID-19 protocols will be followed. Masks will be required to be worn while inside the old stone fort.
 

Ramps: A Full Day Intensive

Ramps: A Full Day Intensive Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Burnwood Rd, East Branch, NY, 13756
Phone: 1-845-674-3535
Email: [email protected]
Ramps: A Full Day Intensive: If you’ve wanted to find out how to identify ramps and how to pick them sustainably, and how to process them so you can enjoy them year-round, then you will want to join Kristin from Chicken Librarian at Red Kill Mountain Homestead Farms in East Branch, NY, for an all-inclusive day of ramps. There are two sessions to choose from-May 9th or May 16th. Workshop will be held from 10AM-4PM and lunch is provided. Cost is $200. For more information or to register, please visit: https://chickenlibrarian.com/product/ramps/
 

Events for May 10

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Events for May 11

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Events for May 12

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Events for May 13

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Events for May 14

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 15

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson

Gallery Exhibit | "Tied Together" by Julia Koerner Johnson Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: 228 Main St, North Creek, NY, 12853
Phone: 1-518-251-2505
Email: [email protected]
GALLERY EXHIBIT | “Tied Together” by Julia Koerner Johnson. This show is all about macramé, a traditionally kitschy craft that will be elevated to conceptually explore nature, human connections, and the world at large. In this show, the ancient craft of macramé is explored further than a craft as the artist uses the rope as a connector to bring together opposing items and idea where the knot will be a central connector and common ground. Johnson was raised in Ballston Spa on a small farm, graduated from the Hoosac School (2007) and then the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD (2012) with a BFA in fine art. Julia then worked at Salem Art Works in Salem, NY until 2015. Julia currently works for Gore Mountain Ski Resort in North Creek, as the Design and Communications Specialist and loves calling the beautiful Adirondacks her home. MEET THE ARTIST Sat, May 8 | 5:00 PM or 6:00 PM Reservations required. COVID-19 precautions in place.
 

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Buffalo Mac and Cheese Festival

Buffalo Mac and Cheese Festival Time: 12:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Buffalo RiverWorks, 359 Ganson Street, Buffalo, NY, 14203
Yes, it’s a thing and it’s the cheesiest event Buffalo, NY has ever seen…There will be more than 30 kinds of mac and cheese to sample from top chefs, food trucks and food vendors serving up their cheesiest dishes. But it's more than just a food festival, the event also hosts an amazing selection of craft beers, wines and ciders to sample along with live music and entertainment
 

Finger Lakes Celtic Festival - Postponed until May, 2022

Finger Lakes Celtic Festival - Postponed until May, 2022 Time: 9:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Finger Lakes Celtic Society
Location: 4925 Collett Road, Shortsville, NY, 14548
Phone: 1-585-752-0630
Join us and become Celtic for a family-friendly day with Celtic Music, Bag Pipers, Highland Heavy Games, Dance, Bag Pipe Demonstrations, Artisans, Gathering of the Clans, Historical Societies, Food and vendors with Celtic merchandise and fun things to do for everyone including the “Wee Ones.” There is free parking and the event is held Rain or Shine. In case you didn’t know, Rain is Good Scottish Weather! Until we meet again – “coinneachadh a-rithist.” Admission fee: Adults $12, Age 6-16 $10, Over Age 60 $10 and Age 5 & under are Free. Please check the website to purchase tickets and information.
 

Spring Auto Show

Spring Auto Show Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Saratoga Automobile Museum
Location: Saratoga Spa State Park , 110 Ave of the Pines , Saratoga Springs , NY, 12866
Phone: 518-401-5185
Email: [email protected]
Please join fellow car enthusiasts at Saratoga Spa State Park for the annual Spring Auto Show! All cars, trucks and motorcycles are welcome. Enjoy great food and amazing automobiles! Vehicle pre-registration is $15 and day of registration is $20.
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 16

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Ramps: A Full Day Intensive

Ramps: A Full Day Intensive Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Burnwood Rd, East Branch, NY, 13756
Phone: 1-845-674-3535
Email: [email protected]
Ramps: A Full Day Intensive: If you’ve wanted to find out how to identify ramps and how to pick them sustainably, and how to process them so you can enjoy them year-round, then you will want to join Kristin from Chicken Librarian at Red Kill Mountain Homestead Farms in East Branch, NY, for an all-inclusive day of ramps. There are two sessions to choose from-May 9th or May 16th. Workshop will be held from 10AM-4PM and lunch is provided. Cost is $200. For more information or to register, please visit: https://chickenlibrarian.com/product/ramps/
 

Events for May 17

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Events for May 18

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Events for May 19

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 20

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 21

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Ron White at Turning Stone Resort Casino

Ron White at Turning Stone Resort Casino Time: 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Turning Stone Resort Casino
Location: 5218 Patrick Road, Verona, NY, 13478
Phone: 1-315-361-7711
American stand-up comedian, actor and author, best known as a charter member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. Nicknamed "Tater Salad", he is the author of the book I Had the Right to Remain Silent But I Didn't Have the Ability, which appeared on the New York Times best seller list. (This is a rescheduled show from July 17, 2020)
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 22

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 23

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 24

Rochester Lilac Festival

Rochester Lilac Festival Time: 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Host/Presenter: Five Star Bank
Location: Highland Park , Rochester, NY, 14620
Phone: 1-585-473-4482
The largest free festival of its kind in North America features thousands of spectacular and fragrant lilacs and 10 days of incredible entertainment and non-stop festivities. Drawing more than 500,000 people annually from all over the world, festival goers will discover magnificent gardens, musical gems, exciting exhibits and exhilarating special events. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1800 bushes and over 500 different varieties. Serving as the unofficial start of the Rochester area’s summer festival season, events also include the Lilac Parade, the Highland Hospital Lilac Run (5K & 10K), the Lilac Brewfest, a Wine Tasting & Farmers Market, the Lilac Home & Garden Show, Art In the Park, daily children's entertainment and a wide variety of food vendors. Please check the website in order to see which events may have a slightly different aspect in order to assure Covid-19 safely measures. Unfortunately, the concert stage which normally features performances every day, including headline entertainment showcasing top artists in rock, reggae, dance music, R&B and more, is canceled this year.
 

Events for May 26

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 27

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 28

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 29

East Durham Irish Festival

East Durham Irish Festival
Location: 2267 Route 145, East Durham, NY, 12423
Phone: 518-634-2886
For more than 40 years, this festival brings the best in Irish Rock and Traditional bands. Two days of non shop Irish music, food and fun while little ones can enjoy the Amusement Park and petting zoo. Vendors selling Irish food and goods are everywhere and festival goers can walk on the World’s largest map of Ireland made entirely out of bricks.
 

Country Kickoff Craft Fair

Country Kickoff Craft Fair Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: Scenic View Park, Alexandria Bay, NY, 13607
Phone: 1-315-482-9531
Check out the craft fair during our Country Kickoff to Summer event! Enjoy the live country music downtown Alexandria Bay and shop homemade items up at the Scenic View Park Pavilion!
 

Albany Empire

Albany Empire Host/Presenter: Times Union Center
Location: 51 S. Pearl St, Albany, NY, 12207
Phone: 518-487-2085
Are you ready for Arena Football season?! Arena Football returns to Albany spring of 2021 with the National Arena League. Albany vs Ontario!
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 30

East Durham Irish Festival

East Durham Irish Festival
Location: 2267 Route 145, East Durham, NY, 12423
Phone: 518-634-2886
For more than 40 years, this festival brings the best in Irish Rock and Traditional bands. Two days of non shop Irish music, food and fun while little ones can enjoy the Amusement Park and petting zoo. Vendors selling Irish food and goods are everywhere and festival goers can walk on the World’s largest map of Ireland made entirely out of bricks.
 

Country Kickoff Craft Fair

Country Kickoff Craft Fair Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Scenic View Park, Alexandria Bay, NY, 13607
Phone: 1-315-482-9531
Check out the craft fair during our Country Kickoff to Summer event! Enjoy the live country music downtown Alexandria Bay and shop homemade items up at the Scenic View Park Pavilion!
 

Ice Cream Sundays

Ice Cream Sundays Host/Presenter: Catskill Mountain Road
Location: Westbrook Lane Station in Kingston Plaza , Kingston , NY, 12401
Phone: 845-332-4854
Email: [email protected]
Enjoy a delicious ice cream treat as you see the natural beauty of the Catskills from our railroad’s scenic train. All trains are round trip from the Westbrook Lane Station located in the Kingston Plaza adjacent Uptown Kingston’s Stockade District. Hop on Catskill Mountain Railroad and travel through some of the oldest farmlands in the United States where we will cross the Esopus creek on the restored C9 bridge and go through the Hurley Flats and then start climbing Hurley Mountain. Rides are approximately an hour long.
 

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 

Events for May 31

Dino Safari - A Drive Thru Adventure

Time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Host/Presenter: New York State Fairgrounds
Location: Orange Parking Lot, 581 State Fair Blvd, Syracuse, NY, 13209
Phone: 1-855-372-3274
Email: [email protected]
Grab a prehistoric passport and join over 40 giant moving dinosaurs on a globe trotting expedition at Dino Safari, a completely drive-thru dino adventure for the whole family. Get up-close-and-personal with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus from Africa while you learn how dinosaurs evolved over time, where on earth they lived, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and your family might just have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life! So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this completely COVID-safe experience!
 
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