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Finding ways to help others rewarding


Giving your time and energy to others can be its own reward. “I really believe that we’re at our best selves when we are serving others,” says Nicole VanGorder, COO and co-founder of Upstate Special Needs Planning. “I feel good ...

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1. Pirates and Pals


The Happy Pirates are hosting interactive musical performances at the Strong National Museum of Play this weekend. Shake fins with a silly shark and check out model ships from the Model Shipwright Guild of Western New York. At Pirates and ...

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3. Colorama

The George Eastman Museum’s next FOCUS 45 Talk is on Colorama. The display of giant photographs in Grand Central Terminal in New York City was one of the longest-running and most successful marketing campaigns of the 20th century. Rachel Andrews, ...

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4. Winterfest

Monroe County is hosting its 24th annual Winterfest this weekend. Attendees can participate in sledding, Nordic skiing and snowshoeing as well as demonstrations by local organizations. Or guests can watch sled dog and snowshoe races. There will also be face ...

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Perception of Time


Perception of Time Main Street Art Gallery’s latest exhibit, Perception of Time, explores how we define the present and our relationships with the past and future. Seven local artists are featured in this exhibition, including Carol Acquilano, Sue Leopard and ...

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William Warfield Benefit Concert


William Warfield Benefit Concert  The William Warfield Scholarship Fund Inc. has provided financial aid to more than 35 students at the Eastman School of Music since its inception in 1977. This weekend is the annual William Warfield Benefit Concert and ...

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