According to data from Twitter, the Spanish are more likely to tweet “Te amo” (I love you) in November than in any other month. Wonder why that is? It is an interesting fact! Maybe with the holidays coming upon us, we start to feel more “lovey” than we had during the summer? November is a wonderful time to bring your honey to 10 Fitch to relax and be pampered together. Give us a call, we’d love to take care of you!
Here are some events going on around our town during the month of November:
Nov. 1st - Nov. 6th - A Living Legacy : Arts of the Haudenosaunee Exhibit, Cayuga Museum, 203 Genesee Street, Auburn, NY. A Living Legacy: Arts of the Haudenosaunee will feature original art from more than a dozen artists from the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy. Working in customary media such as beadwork and corn husks, as well as modern media like photography, these artists bring their cultural backgrounds to their art in both traditional and unexpected ways. Paintings from Kristina McLeod, antler carvings from Hayden Haynes, baskets from Penelope Minner and paintings by Mike Jones are just a few of the artists and media represented. The Cayuga Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 5:00 p.m. Admission is FREE for museum members and children under 12, non-members are $5. Check out their website at www.cayugamuseum.org or call 315-253-8051 for more information.
Nov. 2nd - Movies at the Mack: Season IV, Theater Mack, 203 Genesee Street, Auburn, NY. Featuring International Visionaries such as Henri-Georges Clouzot – Diabolique (1955). This ongoing film seminar gives an overview of classic American cinema from the Hollywood Golden Age of the 1940s to the 1960s. $3 admission. 2:00pm and 7:00 pm. Check out www.theatermack.org or call 315-253-8051 for more info!
Nov. 2nd - Nov. 19th - Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival Presents : Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 East Lake Road, Auburn, NY. A song and dance rollercoaster of rock, R&B, jazz and a whole lotta soul! With songs like “Hound Dog,” “Fools Fall In Love,” “Stand By Me,” “Jailhouse Rock” and 35 more, this electrifying musical blows the roof off and brings the house down. Join us in November and relive a golden age in American music and culture. Nominated for 7 Tony Awards. Rated PG. Call (315) 255-1785 or check out http://fingerlakesmtf.com/2016-season/index.html for more information and tickets!
Nov. 3rd - Live Music: Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, Auburn Public Theater, 8 Exchange Street, Auburn, NY. Multi-instrumentalist-vocalist Larry Campbell and singer-guitarist Teresa Williams have rocked many a venue, as both center stage performers and invaluable assets to world class acts. A shortlist of artists who’ve benefited from their talents, live and in studios, reads like a Who’s Who of Music Icons: Bob Dylan (Larry spent eight years on the Never Ending Tour), Paul Simon, Little Feat, Hot Tuna, Phil Lesh, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Mavis Staples, and, for one miraculous seven-year stretch, Levon Helm. 7:30 pm. Tickets $25 advance/ $28 at the door. Check out APT’s website at www.auburnpublictheater.org or call 315-253-6669 for info and tickets!
Nov. 5th - Monarchs & Milkweed, Sterling Nature Center, 15380 Jenzvold Road, Sterling, NY. Join us for a presentation on the Monarch Butterfly, its plight, and their need for milkweed plants. The Monarch Butterfly presentation will be followed with the creation of milkweed seed-orbs for fall planting that you will make and take home to help the butterflies. Some pre-made seed-orbs will be available for purchase through the gift shop if you do not want to make your own and get your hands dirty. There is a $3 per person fee to cover materials and pre-registration is required by November 2. 1:00 pm. Call 315-947-6143 to register and for more information.
Nov. 11th - Live Music: Ceili Rain, Auburn Public Theater, 8 Exchange Street, Auburn, NY. Ceili Rain is an original, innovative band of pop-rock music with a dash of Celtic/Irish flavor and a subtle, but sincere, uplifting/joyful message. The band is led by front man, Bob Halligan Jr. As a songwriter, he has had over 140 songs recorded by well-known rock artists including Cher, Michael Bolton, Judas Priest, KISS, Kathy Mattea, Bob Carlisle, Rebecca St. James, Jump 5, Maire Brennan and countless other. 8:00 pm. Tickets $20 advance/ $25 at the door. Check out APT’s website at www.auburnpublictheater.org or call 315-253-6669 for tickets and more info!
Nov. 12th - Chambourcin, Chocolate, and Cheese Weekend, CJS Vineyards, 6900 Fosterville Road, Auburn, NY. CJS Vineyards pairs their unique, delicious Chambourcin wines with a variety of chocolates and local cheeses. Noon - 4PM. Call 315-730-4619 or visit CJS Winery's website for more details.
Nov. 18th - Nov. 20th - Holiday Shopping Spree, Cayuga Lake Wine Trail. Experience the holidays with all the hustle and bustle at our 23rd Annual Holiday Shopping Spree. You will receive a wine glass, a grapevine wreath, and an ornament from each winery. You will also take home a Shopper's Discount Card and a recipe card from each winery as you enjoy holiday-inspired dishes while sipping fine wines. Check out Cayuga Lake Wine Trail website at www.cayugawinetrail.com, or call 800-684-5217 for more information.
Nov. 26th - Holiday Parade & Family Fun Day, Genesee Street, Auburn, NY. 3pm-7:30pm, Come downtown for family fun, with games & activities for children, horse & wagon rides and live music, then the Holiday Parade and float competition start at 6PM, followed by more live music, the City Tree Lighting Ceremony and visits with Santa in Genesee Center. FREE! Call the Auburn Business Improvement District at (315) 252-7874 for more info or visit www.auburndowntown.org/
Nov. 26th - Nov. 27th - Syracuse Thanksgiving Antiques Show, Empire Expo Center, NYS Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Boulevard, Syracuse, NY. Since 1981. Over 200 exhibitors from throughout the Northeast bring a wide variety of antiques and collectibles, furniture, glassware, jewelry, china, ephemera, advertising items, toys and sports collectibles. Saturday, 9am - 5pm, Sunday, 10am - 5pm. Call (315) 686-5789 for more information.