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1. Trees

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Image City Photography Gallery presents Trees, an exhibit focused on different ways to photograph trees. Featured artists include Gil Maker, Don Menges, Luann Pero and John Solberg. Pictured is Pero’s “Impression 2.” On display through Feb. 17. imagecityphotographygallery.com

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2. February Fun Week

Ganondagan is hosting February Fun Week next week during students’ February school break. Exciting events during the week include different “make-and-take” activities like window ornaments and paper beads, games, dance and songs with Bill Crouse (Seneca) and Furry Friends & ...

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3. Fifth Annual Bronze Collective Theatre Fest

This year is the Fifth Annual Bronze Collective Theatre Fest. The week-long festival features various artistic genres expressed through local African American and African diasporic artists and producers. Shows run from Feb. 17 to 24 at the Multi-Use Community Cultural ...

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3. Go Love Yourself

The Penthouse at One East Avenue is reshaping Valentine’s Day with a Go Love Yourself event on Feb. 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. The focus is self-love. Come browse the mini services, samples and items from businesses including Ultimate ...

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4. Sweethearts

The Off-Monroe Players present W. S. Gilbert’s “Sweethearts.” The comical play is about a man and a woman and their different recollections about their last meeting together before reuniting 30 years later. Show runs Feb. 14 to 17 at the ...

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5. Vintage, Vines and Valentines

The Naples Valley Visitors Association is spreading love with their annual Vintage, Vines and Valentines event on Saturday, Feb. 9. The journey begins at the Naples Hotel Headquarters to grab a trail map that highlights where each merchant will be ...

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1. Landscapes and The Unbuilt

Rochester Contemporary Arts Center is presenting a new exhibit reflecting artist interactions with land and natural places. Titled Landscapes and The Unbuilt, the two-part exhibition pairs nine local artists with nine Genesee Land Trust conserved properties. Opening reception Friday Feb. ...

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2. Yankee Tavern

Out of Pocket Inc. continues its 11th season with Steven Dietz’s “Yankee Tavern.” Inside Yankee Tavern, a crumbling New York City bar, a couple finds themselves caught up in one of the craziest 9/11 conspiracy theories. This dramatic thriller is ...

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3. Robert Morris

Eastman School of Music’s Faculty Artist Series presents Robert Morris. Professor of composition, his program is called “The One, and the Many” featuring Renee Jolles, violin, Margaret Kampmeier, piano and sinfonietta ensemble. Morris has taught at various renowned universities across ...

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4. Winter Dance Gala

Hochstein School of Music celebrates the season with the Winter Dance Gala. Students perform in celebration of Hochstein’s diverse dance department, which includes tap, ballet, modern and Latin dance. 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Friday Feb. 1 in Hochstein Performance ...

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5. What is Kohlfahrt?

Genesee Country Village & Museum invites guests to come explore the question What is Kohlfahrt? Take a Kohlfahrt adventure by viewing wintry landscapes as you hike trails through the Nature Center and Historic Village, stop for fun and games and ...

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