I think my least favorite thing to do in this world is backing up/restoring my cell phone or other maintenance tasks to keep technology going. There is just something about this process that never seems to go smoothly for me. This time, it seems that half my contacts are lost. The zen me says well maybe it was time to clean house? Let them go. The more controlling Donna wants every single contact that I’ve ever made in my lifetime to be back on my phone. I think I will go with the Universe on this one and just accept that if you were meant to be in my life, your number has been saved or you will text me. Hopefully you will take this message as a hint to please text or email me with your info so I can save you (again). And please don’t be offended when you get the infamous “Who is this?” message back? Or just give me enough detail in the text so that I can guess. It has been a very “fun” week doing just that. Maybe this searching the depths of my brain cells to remember past info and tie it to a contact I once had is good Alzheimer’s prevention for me? Well, they do say everything happens for a reason….Modern Day problems, right? Our past Presidents are probably laughing at how complicated technology has made our lives, right?
Peace & Blue Skies, Donna Bennett
The Winter Farmer’s Market is THIS SATURDAY, Feb 24th! Behind Byrne Dairy!
LIVE & LOCAL
The Inn on The Lake, 394-7080. Live Music in the Lounge every Sat this winter!
Sat, Feb 24- Mike & Steve Unplugged, 8-11pm
Peacemaker Brewing Co, 396-3561
Vinyl Wednesday-Bring your albums & we spin ’em w/ $1 off full beer pours! 5-9pm
Thursdays – Trivia w/ Scott & Sherry (Brain Teaser)
Fri, Feb 23 – Tennessee Lights, 6-9pm
Sat, Feb 24 – Volcano, 6-9pm
Jose & Willy’s, 905-0017
Tuesdays – Open Jam, 8pm
Sat, Feb 24 – Ontario County ABATE Cabin Fever Party w/ Bobby & The 4 Speeds. $5 cover. Sundays- Karaoke, 8pm-12am!
Pickering Pub, 396-9060, Now open 4pm, daily!
Fri & Sat- DJ Fig
The Upstairs Bistro, NYWCC, 394-7070
Fri, Feb 23 – Dos Locos, 6-9pm
Nick’s Chophouse, 393-0303
Fri, Feb. 23 – Aaron Lipp, 7:30-10:30pm
Sat, Feb 24 – Griffith/Martino Duo, 7:30-10:30pm
CBC (Canandaigua Brew Company),394-8485
Wed, Feb 28-Karaoke w/ DC Entertainment, 8:30pm (every other Wed)
Fri, Feb 23 – Karaoke w/ DC Entertainment, 8:30pm NOW EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT!
Fri, Feb 23 – These Guys (Classic Rock), 8pm-12am @ Remedy
Fri, Feb 24 – Northside Johnny (Rock), 8pm-12am @ Remedy
Prosecco, 924-8000 *Help Wanted: Barback, Hostess, & kitchen!* Fri, Feb 23 – Bob Mcgee, 6-9pm
Sat, Feb 24 – Howie Bartolo, 6-9pm
Longshots, Finger Lakes Hotel, 398-7394
Every Wed – Karaoke w/ DC Entertainment, 9pm-1am
Fri, Feb 23 – Thank God It’s Acoustic Friday w/ Amy Montrois, 7-10pm
Every Saturday- Karaoke w/ DC Entertainment, 9pm-1am
*** NEW LISTING***Noble Shephard Brewery, Bristol (585) 229-7661
Fri, Feb 23 – Rad Bolton, 5:30-7:30pm
Sat, Feb 24 – Just Uncorked, 5-7:30pm
Reinvention Brewing Company, Manchester (585)289-7309
Fri, Feb 23 – My Cat Jack, 6-8:30pm
VB Brewery, Victor, (585)902-8166
Fridays – 7pm Team Trivia. Free to play. Prizes for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd places and unlimited team size. Feel free to bring a picnic.
Sat, Feb 24 – Shades of Grey playing Sat 7-10. Party starts at 6pm to celebrate new ownership. Door prizes, music, new cocktails, wine.
Roots Cafe. Naples, (585) 374-9800
Sat, Feb 24 – Jake Blount & Laurel Premo (traditional Native American & African music), 7pm
Brew & Brats at Arbor Hill, Naples 531-4113 Fri 4-9, Sat 12-9p, Sun 12-7pm
Fri, Feb 23 – Free Movie Night (Arbor Hill) & Build a Terrarium (Brews/Brats), both at 7pm
Sat, Feb 24 – Tom Chamberlin hosts Open Mic, 6-9pm
The Naples Hotel, 374-5630
Fri, Feb 23 – Karaoke/Dance Music by DJ Amy, 8pm-12am
Sat, Feb 24 – PJ Elliott, 8pm-12am
Waterside Wine Bar, Phelps, (585) 752-1634
Live Music on Saturdays, 7-10pm
Bottomless Brewery, Geneva (315)325-4380
Sat, Feb 24 – Night Train, 6-9pm
Lake Street Station Winery, (315) 325-4089
Ramada, Geneva, (315) 789-5677
Sat, Feb 24 – Greg Wachlea
Club 86, Geneva, (315)789-4955
Sat, Feb 24- Steve Grills, 7-10pm. Kitchen opens 6pm. No Cover.
Munchtime @ the Movies: Lego Ninjago
Tues, Feb 20, 12-1:30PM
Munchtime @ the Movies: Wonder. Fri, Feb 23, 12-1:30PM. Family program. Bring a lunch and watch a movie.
Book Discussion. Tues, Feb 20, 2-3:30PM. Read and discuss Half Broke Horses by Jeanette Walls.
Career Navigator. Tuesdays, 5-8PM. Get help with a resume or job search. Meet with LVOY volunteer Nancy Fedick.
Alzheimer’s Association: Understanding and Responding to Dementia-related Behavior. Tues, Feb 20, 5:30-6:30PM. Learn to decode messages, identify common behavior triggers, and intervene with some of the most challenging behaviors of Alzheimer’s disease. Call 800-272-3900 to register for program.
Babysitting Course. Thurs, Feb 22, 10AM-3PM. Ages 11-18. Get certified for babysitting. $45 per student. Registration required.
Hot Chocolate Mixology. Thurs, Feb 22, 1-3PM. Grades 6-12. Try different hot chocolate flavors to find a new favorite. Play games while you sip.
Mother Goose Time. Fri, Feb 23, 10-10:30AM Walkers, 11-11:30AM Pre-walkers. Nursery rhymes, songs, finger plays, and a short story for babies and toddlers. Registration requested.
Open Tech Hours. Fridays, 2-4PM. Got device headaches? Drop in for help.
Game Night. Fri, Feb 23, 6:15-8PM. Grades 6-12. Play games in the library after-hours.
Books Sandwiched In. Mon, Feb 26, 12P-1PM. Former elementary teacher Tina Blackwood reviews Destiny of the Republic by Candace Millard.
Monday Night Movie. Mon, Feb 26, 6:30-8:30PM. Watch Goodbye Christopher Robin, a behind the scenes look at the life of author A.A. Milne and the Winnie the Pooh stories. (PG)
CANANDAIGUA FITNESS! Home of the $5 Classes…The no hassle (no sign-up fee, application, or difficult parking) way to get in shape in 2018! We are located inside Cobblestone Arts Center at 1622 Route 332! Across from Farmbrook Housing Development. Let us help you meet your health and wellness goals!
1622 State Route 332. Class descriptions on the website….
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.
*** NEW LISTING***The Parkinsons Support Group of the Finger Lakes will hold their monthly meeting on Wednesday, February 28th 1pm at Wood Library (134 N. Main Street, Canandaigua). All are welcome. The venue is handicapped accessible. Speaker this month is Stu Gillim, MD, who will give an update on Parkinsons’ medications. After the speaker, we will enjoy refreshments and then have breakout groups of people with PD and their caregivers. For more information, contact Barbara Baker (585-317-5411).
* THANK YOU for continuing to email me with upcoming community meetings! It is FREE to get your meetings noticed and attended! Just email!
Mind Behind The Wine is THIS SATURDAY @ NYWCC!
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Thompson Seeks Chaplain’s Volunteer
Those interested in becoming chaplain’s volunteers at UR Medicine Thompson Health are invited to attend an informational meeting hosted by Manager of Spiritual Care M. Elizabeth Heffernan at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 21, in the chapel just off the main lobby of Thompson Hospital, 350 Parrish St. Canandaigua. At Thompson, spirituality is defined in the broadest and most universal terms possible- that which gives meaning, purpose, a sense of
belonging and/or a sense of connection. In this light, the health system’s Spiritual Care program seeks to support each patient, resident, client and loved one in a way that is meaningful and helpful to him or her. Chaplain’s volunteers at Thompson receive training in a variety of healthcare subjects. For more information about what they do, click here. No RSVP is required for the Feb. 21 informational meeting. For details, contact Heffernan at (585) 396-6486.
Healing Pathways Program Begins Soon
“Healing Pathways,” a program offered by UR Medicine Thompson Health for those with ongoing illnesses or other sources of chronic stress, will begin soon, with the option of a Tuesday evening series or a Thursday afternoon series. Tuesday sessions will take place from 6:30 to 9 p.m., Feb. 27-May 1, at Ferris Hills at West Lake on Peg Rayburn Drive in Canandaigua. The Thursday sessions will take place from 1 to 3:30 p.m., March 1-May 3, in the Ewing Family Room at Wood Library, 134 N. Main St. in Canandaigua. Presented by the Rev. Dr. Richard McCaughey and certified holistic stress management instructor Jennifer Klein, the Healing Pathways program focuses on wholeness of mind, body and spirit through the reshaping of thoughts, emotions and stress responses. The cost of the eight-session series is $50 and it is payable by cash, check or credit card. Call (585) 396-6111 to register. Please note no classes will be held on April 10 or 12.
FLCC 50th Anniversary Commemorative book now on sale
FLCC’s 50th anniversary commemorative book focusing on the college’s early years with highlights through 2017 is now on sale at the following locations:
American Made, 143 S. Main St., Canandaigua
Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce, 113 S. Main St., Canandaigua
FLCC Book Store, 3325 Marvin Sands Drive, main campus in Canandaigua
Mobile Music, 163 S. Main St., Canandaigua
Wegmans Canandaigua, Eastern Boulevard
Snowbirds and others out-of-town can order online at give.flcc.edu.
February is heart heath month. Canandaigua The Medicine Shoppe continues sharing impressive, fun, helpful and maybe even shocking facts about the Heart.
Heart Health Fact # 6- Before the invention of the stethoscope in 1816 a doctor would listen to his patient’s heart by placing his ear to the patient’s bare chest. A French doctor, who thought this approach was both awkward and of limited clinical value, used a rolled sheet of paper to create an aural tube that led soon thereafter to the stethoscope’s invention. (US National Library of Medicine).
Heart Fact # 7 – Love heals?? Research shows married heart surgery patients make better recoveries than single patients. (JAMA Surgery).
Heart Health Fact # 8 – It seems that you really can die of a broken heart. Studies suggest sad news or events may increase the risk of heart attacks. (American Heart Association).
Heart Health Fact # 9 – Your heart pumps blood to 75 TRILLION cells throughout your body. Almost everywhere EXCEPT your cornea. (Molecular Biology of the Cell)
Heart Health Fact #10 – Your heart looks nothing like a Valentine heart. This powerhouse organ is actually shaped more like an upside down pear. (Cleveland Clinic).
Heart Health Fact # 11- Happy Birthday EKG!!! This vital medical instrument was invented 114 years ago and revolutionized the way in which heart problems are detected. (Cleveland Clinic).
Stay tuned for more Heart Health Facts by Canandaigua, The Medicine Shoppe next week.
Celebrating the Irish!
GOT ROOM FOR RENT?
Professional woman looking for Room or Boarding situation in the Canandaigua area. Would be needed two to three days per week and possibly longer in bad weather during the winter season. Please contact Jacqueline at 716-697-0961
TIMBUCHA KOMBUCHA IS HERE! Try it near you (see list below)!
LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS HEALTHY DRINK by clicking on pic!
Canandaigua: Casa de Pasta, St. George’s Grocery on East Lake Rd (Pizza Sangiorgi), Peacemaker Brewery, Twisted Rail, Inn on the Lake, The Greenfront, Jose & Willys, The Beverage Center (drive thru), The New York Wine & Culinary Center (Tasting Room and Upstairs Bistro) & Simply Crepes – Canandaigua
Other places: Federal Hollow Staples (Rushville), Brown Hound Bistro inside the Memorial Art Gallery (Rochester), Simply Crepes (Pittsford) & Fairport Brewing Company.