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2. February Fun Week

Ganondagan is hosting February Fun Week next week during students’ February school break. Exciting events during the week include different “make-and-take” activities like window ornaments and paper beads, games, dance and songs with Bill Crouse (Seneca) and Furry Friends & ...

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3. Fifth Annual Bronze Collective Theatre Fest

This year is the Fifth Annual Bronze Collective Theatre Fest. The week-long festival features various artistic genres expressed through local African American and African diasporic artists and producers. Shows run from Feb. 17 to 24 at the Multi-Use Community Cultural ...

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‘Carbonaro Effect’


‘Carbonaro Effect’ TruTV’s resident magician Michael Carbonaro is coming to perform at Del Lago Resort and Casino’s The Vine. Known for his hit TV series “The Carbonaro Effect,” he will bring his signature blend of bizarre antics, audience interaction, hysterical ...

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NTID alumna exhibits paintings


NTID alumna exhibits paintings Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf is showcasing a collection of paintings by RIT/NTID alumna Ashley Hannan. Rise Up: Silent Margins features 17 paintings by Hannan exploring deafness in a unique and ...

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Vinegar Tom


Vinegar Tom Nazareth College’s department of theatre and dance and Theatre League’s latest show explores the marginalization of women in the past and present through the lens of a 17th century witch hunt. “Vinegar Tom” is directed by Lindsay Reading ...

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Honorees chosen for achievement in health care


Thirty-two honorees—29 individuals and three organizations—have been selected as recipients of the Rochester Business Journal’s 2019 Health Care Achievement Awards. This year’s group is the 17th to receive the awards. The Health Care Achievement Award recipients will be honored during ...

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