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1. Love of Land & Water

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Image City Photography Gallery presents Gary Thompson and Phyllis Thompson’s Love of Land & Water. The two have traveled across the country, and this exhibit showcases some of their best landscape and water photographs. On display through Sunday, Nov. 24. ...

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2. Holiday Hams

Kick off the holiday season with sass and style with the Big Wigs, Aggy Dune and Mrs. Kasha Davis. The two present Holiday Hams, a Rochester tradition for more than 15 years. The two will perform festive favorites with quick ...

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3. New Dancers Showcase

The College at Brockport is hosting the New Dancers Showcase this weekend in the Rose L. Strasser Studio in Hartwell Hall. The concert is aimed to introduce the 18 first-year students in the department of dance to the Brockport community. ...

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4. A Charlie Brown Christmas

The world of the beloved “Peanuts” comic strip will come to life in “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” a live musical based on the classic animated special. Presented by the Nazareth College theatre and dance department, a portion of the proceeds ...

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5. Maker Faire Rochester

The 6th annual Maker Faire Rochester returns this Saturday at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center. This year’s celebration features rockets and robots, cosplay and fashion, digital fabrication, alternative energy, hand-made crafts, music and more from over 180 ...

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1. Metal & Enamel Arts

Cobblestone Arts Center Gallery invites you to the opalescent vibrancy of its Metal & Enamel Arts exhibit. Featuring enameling, metal sculptures, silk paintings and jewelry, four local artists will showcase their work. Open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to ...

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2. Brockport College-Community Orchestra

The Brockport College-Community Orchestra will be giving a concert on Nov. 21. The ensemble includes both students and music-loving citizens of the village of Brockport, and together they are tackling more difficult pieces. On the program is Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Themes from ...

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3. E.T.

Rochester Museum & Science Center is collaborating with The Little Theatre to celebrate the sci-fi classic “E.T.” There will be a special screening of the classic film at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 at The Little. rmsc.org  

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4. Ying Quartet

The internationally renowned Ying Quartet is back in Rochester for Eastman School of Music’s Eastman-Ranlet Series. They have been a quartet-in-residence at Eastman since 1997. The program includes Schumann’s “Quartet in A Major No. 3” and Janacek’s “Quartet Nov. 2 ...

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5. The Cup The Mug

Main Street Arts announces the closing on Sylvia Taylor’s solo exhibition, The Time between the Dog and the Wolf, with an artist talk at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16. The same day marks the opening of the 4th annual ...

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1. Axiom Brass quintet

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Nazareth College Arts Center invites the public on a journey to space with the award-winning Axiom Brass quintet this weekend. Limitless is an out-of-this-world experience for audiences of all ages. Featuring stunning visuals of the cosmos, this is a multimedia ...

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2. ‘Queen’ at Geva

Geva Theatre Center’s 2019-20 Fielding Studio Series kicks off with Madhuri Shekar’s “Queen.” Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh, the show features two Ph.D. candidates who spent seven years exhaustively researching vanishing bee populations and must decide whether to look the other ...

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3. Canandaigua Treaty of 1794 commemoration

Ganondagan will celebrate the 225th anniversary of the historic, federal Canandaigua Treaty of 1794. The annual commemoration serves to “polish the chain of peace and friendship” between the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations Confederacy) and the United States. Attendees are invited to ...

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4. Stars & Stripes Celebration

Veterans Outreach Center is hosting its annual Stars & Stripes Celebration, featuring the 198th Army Band, a testimonial video with Adrian Hale, U.S. Marine and Air Force veteran, dinner and dancing to the music of local band Nik Lite. 5:30 ...

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5. The Path to Paradise

Local quintet fivebyfive is commissioning four musical works for The Path to Paradise: Judith Schaechter’s Stained-Glass Art at the Memorial Art Gallery. The second composer is Jung Sun Kang. Her current interests include music written by fellow composers/pianists, conductor-less chamber ...

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