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1. Full Circle

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Image City Photography Gallery’s second show of 2020 places Don Menges as the featured artist in Full Circle. Menges will exhibit selected photographs from his work over the last decade. He captures many different styles, subjects and techniques. Pictured is ...

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2. When They See Us

St. John Fisher College is hosting Kevin Richardson, a member of the Exonerated Five, who will deliver a lecture titled “When They See Us: The Legacy of the Central Park Five.” He was among 10 suspects arrested following the attack ...

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3. Caramia and Rodgers

The Penfield Symphony Orchestra presents the third concert of its 64th season: “Caramia and Rodgers: Our Favorite Valentines.” Eastman School of Music faculty jazz pianist Tony Caramia will play three Dana Suesse pieces in the first half of the program. ...

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4. An Evening of Debussy Premieres

There will be a special preview of An Evening of Debussy Premieres, curated by Marie Rolf, senior associate dean of graduate studies and professor of music theory at Eastman School of Music. This concert is a celebration of four landmarks ...

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5. Animal Week

Rochester Museum & Science Center’s Animal Week returns with a new theme: Animals as Superheroes. Visitors are invited to learn about the incredible, superhero-like adaptations that animals do to survive and thrive in different habitats. There will much to do, ...

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1. Walk the Walk

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At Walk the Walk: Encounters with Rochester’s African-American Ancestors, guests are invited to come meet Frederick Douglass and other renowned local African-American historical figures. Hosted by the Landmark Society, Shawn Dunwoody (pictured) will lead the event portraying Captain Sunfish, a ...

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5. Majestic owl

Genesee Country Village & Museum are hosting an evening celebrating and learning about the majestic owl. Naturalists from the museum will take guests on guided hikes throughout the Nature Center’s trails, and back at the Meeting Center there will be ...

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1. Rose Bloom

International Art Acquisitions’ second exhibit of the year is Rose Bloom. Peruvian artist Roberto Salas captures delicate dewdrop details in his photo-realist floral painting “Rose Bloom” (pictured). On display Feb. 1 to 29. Internationalartacquisitions.com  

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2. Fit Kids Day

The Strong National Museum of Play is hosting a day dedicated to movement: Fit Kids Day. Visitors are invited to join staff from the YMCA of Greater Rochester to enjoy demonstrations of hip hop dance, archery and martial arts. 10 ...

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3. St. Olaf Choir

The 2020 St. Olaf Choir tour marks the centennial of the choir’s first East Coast tour, and they are set to perform at Roberts Wesleyan College. Conducted by Anton Armstrong, 75 voices make up this premier a cappella choir. 7 ...

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4. Vintners & Valentines

Next week marks Finger Lakes Community College’s 5th annual Vintners & Valentines fundraiser. Local winemakers host tables and pair each course with a different vintage. The five-course meal, prepared by the college’s culinary arts center, features roasted cauliflower soup, pan ...

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5. hang

Geva Theatre Center’s Hornet’s Nest series, script-in-hand readings, returns with debbie tucker green’s “hang.” Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh, three unnamed characters in an undefined space are engaged in a judicial process. One and Two are officials overseeing the case, while ...

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