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1. Through the Student Lens 2019

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Don’t miss Image City Photography Gallery’s latest exhibit titled Through the Student Lens 2019. Students from 18 participating Monroe County schools including Allendale Columbia, Le Roy, School of the Arts, West Irondequoit and World of Inquiry are featured in this ...

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2. A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The New York State Ballet presents Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” a tale full of fairies, fireflies and flowers. The ballet conveys the story of Oberon, King of the Fairies, and Titania, Queen of the Fairies, as well as many ...

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3. STRAWBS

Music legends are coming to the Lovin Cup. STRAWBS are hailed as the UK’s most successful international progressive folk-rock band. The current STRAWBS includes David Cousins, Dave Lambert, Chas Cronk and Tony Fernandez. They are joined by keyboardist and guitarist ...

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4. Earth-friendly programs

Ganondagan is celebrating the planet with four days of Earth-friendly programs for youth and adults for April break. Participants will go on trail walks, learn about historical bark containers and make their own, create a seed bomb full of sunflower ...

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5. Michael P. Smith

Michael P. Smith is coming to Rochester, thanks to Golden Link Folk Singing Society Inc. Smith has been singing, writing and touring for over 50 years and is well known for his song “The Dutchman,” which is considered a classic ...

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Country antiques

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Country antiques Genesee Country Village & Museum’s Annual Antique Show & Sale is this weekend, providing visitors the chance to check out quality collections from some of the finest antique dealers in Western New York. On Friday, April 12, there ...

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On stage with music notes

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On stage with music notes Doc Severinsen, iconic trumpeter and legendary bandleader for “The Tonight Show,” is performing in Rochester. Accompanied by renowned singer Vanessa Thomas—best known for her five octave range—Severinsen will perform along with Sonic Era Jazz Orchestra, ...

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