"Autumn is a second spring, where each leaf is a flower"- (Albert Camus). How true that statement is! Here at 10 Fitch we are enjoying watching each leaf turn to a beautiful different color. Won't you join us?We posted this with our last entry, just wanted to share this again, so we all can keep up!
New York State Fall Foliage Report - Check out the latest report and color progression map for the current best leaf peeping! http://www.iloveny.com/seasons/fall/foliage-report/#.VfRBS3u7EZA
October 17th - Dan Naturman, Auburn Public Theater, 8 Exchange St, Auburn, NY.
8pm – 10pm. The hilarious Dan Naturman is the only comedian to ever advance to the semifinals of America’s Got Talent! Tickets $15. Call 315-253-6669 for more information or visit http://auburnpublictheater.org/events/dan-naturman-comedian/
Chestnut Festival, 5480 Route 89, Romulus, NY. Each fall we harvest the chestnuts grown right at Goose Watch Winery and host one of the biggest celebrations of the year! From 1pm to 6pm enjoy LIVE music while you sample a variety of foods made from our own chestnuts. While you’re here you can also have fun playing lawn games while overlooking the beautiful fall foliage on Cayuga Lake! There is no admission fee and there will be wine, food and Cayuga Lake Creamery available for purchase. Website: http://goosewatch.com/events/chestnut-festival/
October 21st - Movies at the Mack, Theater Mack, 203 Genesee Street, Auburn NY. 2:00pm – 3:30pm. The Apartment (1960) (Jack Lemmon, Shirley McClaine). Films are shown in Theater Mack on the first and third Wednesday’s of the month- at 2 pm and 7 pm. $3. For more information call 315-253-8051 or visit http://cayugamuseum.org/movies-the-mack-classic-films-on-the-big-screen
October 23rd - Haunted History Tours of Auburn, Seward House Museum, 33 South Street, Auburn, NY. Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds and to the gates of Fort Hill Cemetery, sharing macabre tales of Victorian funeral practices, the assassination attempt on Mr. Seward, the spectral sightings of Seward family pets, and other spooky accounts of folklore and history. Adults are $10, Children (12 and under) are $8. Reservations required. Please call (315) 252-1283 for more information or visit http://sewardhouse.org/2013-educational-programs/
October 23rd - NY on TAP, 800 South Main Street Canandaigua NY 14424.
A more intimate beer festival where you're not just one of many glasses - you're a fellow beer lover. You'll be able to put a face to the beers you've grown to love! Mingle and taste with breweries from across New York State who will be set up around our gorgeous facility. Sample hearty & delicious beer-friendly fare created just for you by New York Wine & Culinary chefs. All attendees receive a commemorative tasting glass. We are again offering a limited number of VIP tickets available for $60, allowing early entry into the event. VIP ticket holders enjoy an even more exclusive experience from 6:00 - 7:00 pm. Click here for VIP tickets. Website: https://www.nywcc.com/events/1440093580/ny-tap
Old Fashion Halloween, Ward O'Hara Agricultural, 6880 NY-38A, Auburn, NY. Old Fashion Halloween - O'Hara Agricultural Museum & Karpinski Education Center. Bring the little ones to the Museum/Ed Center for an afternoon of old fashion fun and entertainment. Visit the haunted herb garden or partake in the many activities for young and old. Face painting, coloring contests, pumpkin carving and much much more. All children are invited to come in costume and participate in the Grand Parade that will take place at 3 PM sharp. There will be Trick or Treating for all youth 12 and under throughout the museum. Costumes will be judged and prizes will be awarded. Adults are also encouraged to join in the fun and come in costume. The gift shop will be open for some early Christmas shopping. An affordable lunch will be available and tours of the museum will be conducted.For more info call 315-252-7644 or visit https://blogs.cornell.edu/ccecayuga/files/2013/07/Old-Fashioned-Halloween-Flyer-1b1uzcl.pdf
October 24th - The Seward House Museum Presents : A Harvest of History! Seward House Museum, 33 South St, Auburn, NY 13021. 2pm – 5pm. Kickoff the start of Haunted History week by learning about autumnal traditions amid the falling leaves of the Seward House gardens. Enjoy cider and donuts while strolling through the grounds and visiting outdoor stations dedicated to such topics as the historical significance of pumpkins, the bounty of the fall harvest, and the origins of nineteenth century New York ghost stories. This event is free & open to the public. Call 315-252-1283 for more details or visit http://sewardhouse.org/calendar-of-events/?cid=all&mc_id=1473
Murder on the Menu - Murder Mystery Dinner, Bristol Harbour Resort, 5410 Seneca Point Road, Canandaigua, NY. Cash Bar @ 5:30 pm, Buffet Dinner @ 6:30 pm. Come join in the fun and put your sleuthing skills to the test! It's going to be an evening to die for! This special Bristol Valley Theater "whodunnit" event includes a buffet dinner, the announcement of our 2016 Summer Season, drawing the winners of the Get Away Give Away raffle AND killer cookies by Michelle Alvaro! This fun-filled evening will take place at Bristol Harbour Resort, 5410 Seneca Point Road in Canandaigua. Call 585-374-9032 to reserve your seat today! All reservations must be received by October 16th. $60 per person. Website: http://www.bvtnaples.org
October 30th - Auburn Chamber Orchester Presents: Made in America, Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 East Lake Rd., Auburn, NY. Auburn Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Steven Frackenpohl, will honor American composers with a concert titled “Made in America." The performance will feature compositions by Gershwin, MacDowell, Joplin, Ives, Ellington, Frackenpohl and Sousa. 7:30pm-8:30pm. The concert is open to the general public with a $5 donation at the door. For more information, go to http://www.auburnchamberorchestra.com.
The Great Harvest Feast, Veraisons Restaurant at the Inn at Glenora, 5435 State Route 14, Dundee, NY. Join us on Halloween for our annual harvest dinner. This year, a bountiful, Hogwarts-inspired feast will transpire featuring the best of harvest, both on the plate and in the glass. Five delicious courses will be served family style at communal harvest tables starting at 5:00 p.m.! Reservations are required as seating is limited. $75/person, plus tax & gratuity. Please contact Emily Edsall at 1-800-243-5513 ext. 306.