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2. Spy in the House of Men: A One-Woman Show (With Balls)

Penny Sterling is bringing her poignant show “Spy in the House of Men: A One-Woman Show (With Balls)” to the Multi-Use Community Cultural Center. Through both hilarious and honest anecdotes, Sterling helps her audience understand what it means to be ...

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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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5. Visual Music: An Evening of World-Premiere Film and Music Collaborations

Under the direction of associate professor Mark Watters, Eastman School of Music’s Beal Institute presents Visual Music: An Evening of World-Premiere Film and Music Collaborations. Works from Eastman’s Contemporary Media and Film Scoring Department will be showcased live-to-picture by the ...

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1. Bridging the Gap: Seneca Art Across Generations

  Rochester Museum & Science Center is looking at how objects connect us with the past and inspire the present through Bridging the Gap: Seneca Art Across Generations. Guests are invited to explore this idea through the intricate beadwork created ...

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2. Dancing with the Stars: Live!

Dancing with the Stars: Live! is coming to Rochester Broadway Theatre League’s Auditorium Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 8. Don’t miss your favorite stars—and professional dancers—take the stage with numbers that will make you want to get up ...

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3. Vocal Training Course

Hosted by Golden Link Folk Singing Society, Colleen Liggett is offering a three-week group Vocal Training Course for singing enthusiasts starting on Tuesday, Jan. 8 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Twelve Corners Presbyterian Church. Liggett has been a vocal ...

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4. “Whispering Inhibitions”

Victoria Visikio LLC Productions presents Lara Brelle’s “Whispering Inhibitions.” Brelle is an award-winning actor, playwright, director and producer. “Whispering Inhibitions” follows Brelle’s life from the 1970s and ’80s to the present day. There are times of darkness, psychological breakdowns, sexual ...

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5. “Beat-the-Blahs” Haskell Rosenberg Memorial Series

The Opera Guild of Rochester is presenting its annual “Beat-the-Blahs” Haskell Rosenberg Memorial Series every Sunday in January. Opera lovers are encouraged to come enjoy an opera movie with refreshments and a brief pre-show talk. This year’s series includes, Gounod’s ...

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1. A Layer Beneath

International Art Acquisitions is currently displaying A Layer Beneath. Featuring Janet Richardson’s “Mingus” series, the exhibit is a marriage of structured composition and organic texture. Pictured is oil and mixed media on paper. On display Jan. 1 to 31. internationalartacquisitions.com

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2. Winter Break

It’s Winter Break for the kids and Ganondagan has plenty of activities to keep boredom away. From 10 to 11 a.m. today, come check out snowboats, small wooden boats made by Seneca people that you can race down snowy hills. ...

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3. Reanimation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

The George Eastman Museum is showcasing a Reanimation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Artist Oliver Beer reanimates the Disney classic through a 40-second clip from the original film in which Snow White makes a pie for Grumpy and ...

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4. Anansi Tales for the Holidays

Anansi Tales for the Holidays is a mixture of African, Caribbean and African American folklore depicted through interactive theater, storytelling and puppetry and a children’s puppetry and mask workshop. Directed by Reuben Tapp, performances run Dec. 31 to Jan. 6. ...

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5. New Year’s Eve Celebration

Families are invited to the Joseph A. Floreano Convention Center for a New Year’s Eve Celebration to ring in 2019, hosted by the City of Rochester. There will be a DJ dance party, bounce houses, an obstacle course, airbrush tattoos, ...

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1. DeSTEMber to Remember

Rochester Museum & Science Center is all about STEM this holiday season and making this month a DeSTEMber to Remember. Saturday is the last day to explore the STEM field through a Winter Solstice Celebration. Guests can get up close ...

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