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1. Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers


Peacemaker Brewing Co. will host a performance by Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers at Rio Tomatlan in Canandaigua this weekend. The quartet have released over a dozen albums, the most recent being “Native Heart.” Special guests Tommy Burnett Band, The ...

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2. 42nd Annual Sterling Renaissance Festival

If you’re looking for weekend fun, the 42nd Annual Sterling Renaissance Festival runs every Saturday and Sunday from now until Aug. 19. This weekend is “pirate invasion weekend”—pirates will be roaming the Shire with swashbuckling adventure, comedy and music. 10 ...

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3. Disenchanted

DVC Presents “Disenchanted” this weekend at the Multi-Use Community Cultural Center. Ten years after DVC’s first performance, the music is brought back with a new title, a new book and an all-MCR soundtrack. 7:30 p.m. tonight, 2 and 7:30 p.m. ...

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4. Carlo Van Ulft

Carlo Van Ulft is the final carillonneur to perform in the University of Rochester’s Hopeman Memorial Recital Series. The Netherlands native has served on the staff of the Royal Carillon School in Belgium and has held the role of municipal ...

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5. Charlotte’s Web

Rochester Association of Performing Arts is bringing back the classic children’s tale, “Charlotte’s Web.” Young Fern spends most of her time with one of her farm animals, a pig named Wilbur. Wilbur befriends a large spider, Charlotte, who opens his ...

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Scavenger history hunt


Scavenger history hunt The Landmark Society’s Young Urban Preservationists are hosting a bike scavenger hunt of local historic sites this weekend. Teams of one-to-six cyclists are invited to see some of the most fascinating structures in Rochester. Following the tour, ...

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Let the audience be the judge


Let the audience be the judge The Penfield Players’ will present their latest show, “The Trials of Robin Hood,” on Saturday at the Penfield Amphitheater. Directed by Meredith Powell, the audience will be the judge on whether Robin Hood is ...

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RBJ honors Rochester’s Coolest Spaces

(photo by Velvet Spicer)

Everywhere you go in the Rochester area, you can find a variety of cool spaces—unique architecture, gorgeous views, funky designs, repurposed buildings, cutting-edge offices and more. The Rochester Business Journal is honoring the coolest spaces in Rochester with the help ...

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