A 2017 American horror film that is funny, scary and thought-provoking. Rated R.
New Yorker Discussion Group. Thurs, Nov 2, 3-4P. Read and discuss articles from this popular magazine.
Mother Goose Time. Fri, Nov 3 I 10:15-10:35AM Walkers, 11:00-11:20AM Pre-walkers. Nursery rhymes, songs, finger plays, and a short story for babies and toddlers, with a parent or caregiver. Registration requested.
Open Tech Hours. Fridays, 2-4P. Got a tech question? Drop in for help.
Computer Classes for Seniors: Facebook. Mon, Nov 6 I 11:00AM-12:00PM
Genealogy Club. Tues, Nov 7 I 11:00AM-12:00PM. Join other genealogy enthusiasts and discover family history. Bring a laptop (or borrow one from the library), along with a flash drive to save your discoveries.
Spotlight On: Harry the Dirty Dog. Tues, Nov 7, 1-2P. Ages 3-5. Stories & crafts featuring a strong-willed dog named Harry. Registration requested.
Hobart and William Smith Colleges Speaker Series: The Paris Climate Agreement. What next? Wed, Nov 8, 7-8P. The Paris Climate Agreement commits countries to sharply reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Professor Thomas Drennen discusses the agreement, time table for U.S. withdrawal, and role of other entities to ensure that progress continues.
All classes offered for 6 Sessions unless otherwise noted.
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, November 11th, 5 – 7 pm Exhibition runs: Nov 11 – Jan 6! Join us this holiday season for a unique opportunity to support local artists by purchasing one of kind gifts for your loved ones. Your gift will not only bring joy to that special person in your life, your purchase will also support Canandaigua’s vibrant arts community. Original artwork by regional artists will be displayed featuring one of a kind original artistic gifts including:miniature paintings, mixed media, drawings, pastels, jewelry, glass, sculpture, ceramics and hand-crafted tree ornaments.
Join The Canandaigua City Democratic Committee and help make Canandaigua an even better place to live! ! Follow CCDC on Facebook or click here!
Interested in joining the City of Canandaigua Republican Committee? We are now having a consistent monthly meeting the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7pm at the Inn On The Lake. All are welcome. Contact Dudley Purbeck
Canandaigua Lions Club Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesday, 7:00p (Sept-June). Wood Library 134 North Main Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424.
* THANK YOU for continuing to email me with upcoming community meetings! It is FREE to get your meetings noticed and attended! Just email!
Are you a Canandaigua City Resident and not sure which Ward you live in? Here is the map and you can see it bigger by clicking on it 🙂
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Canandaigua (3024 Cooley Road) invites the community to a Plant-Based Lunch & Lecture to be held on Sunday November 19 11:45am. The Lunch & Lecture is free of charge and the facilty is handicapped accessible. Enjoy a delicious and nutritious meal and learn how our food choices affect our health and the health of our environment. The Lecture will be given by J. Morris Hicks, author and expert on the benefits of a plant-based diet, as part of his mission to promote health, hope, and harmony on planet Earth. A recent study shows that one of the most powerful decisions individuals can make to decrease their carbon footprints is to move away from the consumption of animal products. Many more have shown the positive benefits of a diet based mostly on whole, unprocessed plants for improving health. For more information and to RSVP for yourself and any number of friends, please email Danielle @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beer Fest at NYWCC!
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Flu Shot Clinic in Farmington Wednesday
UR Medicine Thompson Health, which began hosting flu clinics in September and continued throughout October, has a November flu clinic scheduled locally. It’s set to take place this Wednesday, Nov. 1, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Thompson’s Farmington Urgent Care, 1160 Corporate Drive, just off Route 332 in Farmington. Administered to those 9 and older, the 2017-18 vaccine provides protection against two type B flu viruses and two type A, including H3N2 and H1N1. The self-pay cost is $28 (cash, check, MasterCard or Visa). As a courtesy, Thompson Health will bill Medicare, MVP products, BlueCross BlueShield products and commercial insurances. Patients must present an insurance card at the time of the visit. Call (585) 924-1510 for more info.
Casino Night Friday at Ferris Hills!
Ferris Hills at West Lake is inviting the community to a Casino Night, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3. Each guest at this event receives $2,500 in chips for Black Jack, Poker, Beat the Dealer and Roulette. A silent auction will be held throughout the evening, appetizers will be served and a cash bar will be available. At 9 p.m., the tables will close and guests will exchange their chips for “cash” to be used in bidding on selected prizes. Prizes will be awarded to the night’s top five winners.
Entry is $25 per person, with proceeds supporting both the Alzheimer’s Association and dementia care at the CCC. RSVP to (585) 393-0410.
What is that job like?
Finger Lakes TV has launched a new show, called “On the Job with Finger Lakes Television,” to help young people learn more about careers with employers in the Finger Lakes region.
The first episode features two women who work at Optimax Systems in Ontario, Wayne County, Jaeden Powers and Genny Kingsley. They talk about the path to their current career and the type of work they do. “On the Job with Finger Lakes Television” is shown every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. and every Friday at 8 p.m. on channel 12 or digital 5.12 on the Spectrum cable system in the Finger Lakes region. All Finger Lakes TV content is simultaneously webcast at fingerlakestv.org/live.
Text number of guests joining us to reserve your seats.(585-851-9023)
Eight IS Enough
Supplements that can lengthen your life. As people live longer there has to be a reason why. Yes good genes, regular exercise, and a healthy diet are an excellent start. But most of us don’t get enough of the key nutrients for longevity from food and supplement can make up the shortfalls. Eight daily supplements that may help (always get your doctor’s approval first):
Multi Vitamins – take one tablet daily.
Vitamin D 1000 IUs – Protects against osteoporosis and may fight infections.
Calcium Citrate 600 mg – it will get you halfway to your daily quota of 1200 mg daily, augmenting the calcium you get from food.
Aspirin 81 mg one tablet daily will help protect against possible stroke and heart attack.
Coenzyme Q10 100 mg -CoQ 10 helps cell mitochondria turn glucose into electric energy and may protect against heart failure and other inflammatory processes.
DHA Omega 3 900 mg– it helps with brain function
Omega -7 420 mg – though more research is needed, it appears that omega-7 fatty acids lower LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and C- reactive protein, a marker of inflammation.
Probiotics – aids in taking the bad bacteria in the gut and offset the effects.
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Enjoy this sparkling probiotic GOOD FOR YOU beverage at the following fine establishments: The Beehive Brew Pub, Peacemaker Brewing Company, St. George’s Market on East Lake Rd (Pizza Sangiorgi), Rio Tomatlan, and ask for it at the NYWCC, too! Coming THIS THURSDAY to the GCCC (Greater Canandaigua Civic Center)
It is DELICIOUS and can be a stand alone drink that brings you natural (B12) energy or can be used as a mixer where the possibilities are limitless. Text Donna at (585)298-0116 if you’d like to carry it at your restaurant, bar or shop!
CANANDAIGUA FITNESS @ Cobblestone! $5 Classes!Click on schedule to see bigger! NO CLASS TONIGHT (Halloween) but save Tues Nov 7th for a Habitat For Humanity FEC class- all proceeds for that night’s American Muscle class will go to HFH!
1622 State Route 332. Class descriptions on the website….
We are proud to be Canandaigua’s First and Only Open Air Pet Salon. 325 North Main St.
LAST WEEK, WE HIGHLIGHTED WARD 4 CANDIDATES DAN LYNCH AND RENEE SUTTON….
Anita Twitchell, incumbent candidate for Ward 2 City Council Representative (Democrat): I am running because I wish to
*Increase accessibility of middle-income housing. Ward 2 is the fastest developing section of the City. As our City grows, I want to make sure that new development benefits current residents and encourages new neighbors to move to our City.
Protect our natural resources. Canandaigua Lake is a beautiful and wonderful resource Not only is the lake a place to enjoy, it is our source of clean drinking water.. I will make sure Canandaigua Lake and other public spaces are protected so we may continue to enjoy them.
Maintain the quality of our top-ranked school district. Our wonderful school district is a great asset to current residents and attractive to those who are looking to start families..
Jim Irwin, (Democrat) candidate for City Supervisor, Wards 2 and 3: I am running because I will advocate for the City of Canandaigua on the County level. I will work toward mutually beneficial solutions to the problems facing our county and its citizens, including:
Efficient management of healthcare and social services dollars. As a Habitat for Humanity volunteer, Literacy Volunteers tutor, and trained mediator for the Center for Dispute Settlement, I have met people across the socioeconomic spectrum and know how to effectively and responsibly connect them with the services they need.
Protection of the environment and natural resources. One of the great benefits of living in the Finger Lakes region is its natural beauty and pristine landscapes. We must work to preserve these elements to prevent pollution and over-development.
Addressing the opioid epidemic. Canandaigua has been hit hard by this crisis. By partnering with other cities and towns in the County and beyond, we can help prevent addiction and aid those who are already addicted.
Bob Palumbo (Republican) candidate for Ward 2 City Council Representative. I believe that communication is critical for successful government operations. Public safety and economic development are my priorities. Community dedication is something I am experienced with – Over 40 years of service to the city fire department, 40 year member of the Canandaigua Rotary, Volunteer at Light Hill Comfort Care home and board member at Clark Manor Nursing home. I look forward to representing Ward 2 and continuing my years of service to our community.
Rich Russell is running for re-election for (Wards 2 & 3) City Supervisor (Republican). I supported:
* a grant program for Canandaigua to expand waste reduction programs
* the expansion of mental health services for county residents
* improved operation efficiencies by converting the County vehicle fleet to a lease program
* the District Attorney’s office to expand fraud investigations and prosecutions
* sidewalk construction to improve student safety atFLCC
* Expanding aging-in-place opportunities for
* Enhancing educational and training opportunities for all Ontario County residents
* Maintain Ontario County’s strong financial position
* Renovation of 74 Ontario Street property
* Exploring programs to combat growing opiod epidemic
Matt Martin – At-Large City Council Member (Republican). As your current At-Large City Council Member, I am dedicated to prioritizing economic growth, maintaining quality services and encompassing our City’s core values. I am a proactive solution seeker, a fact based decision maker and a Veteran. I am also a small business owner and know what it takes to make it easier to do business in our great city and attract new businesses.
*There are 4 At-Large Council Member positions and 5 candidates running. The democrat candidates are Robert O’Brien, Jim Terwilliger, Dave Whitcomb, & Stephen Uebbing.
Meet Republican candidates at Twisted Rail on Thurs, Oct 26th, 6-8pm!
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