Fri, March 16 – Alyssa Trahan (Country), 8pm-12am @ Remedy
Sat, March 17 – Hall Pass (80’s Rock), 8pm-12am @ Remedy
Prosecco, 924-8000 *Help Wanted:Servers, Barback, Hostess, dishwashers, & kitchen!* Fri, March 16 – Alex Goettel, 6-9pm
Sat, March 17 – Miche Fambro, 6-9pm
Longshots, Finger Lakes Hotel, 398-7394
Every Wed – Karaoke w/ DC Entertainment, 9pm-1am
Fri, March 16– Thank God It’s Acoustic Friday w/ 3 shots (acoustic country), 7-10pm
Saturday- Pattys Day Celebration w/ Taran, 9:30pm (More info on flyer below)
Noble Shephard Brewery, Bristol (585) 229-7661
Fri, March 16 – Aaron Lipp, 5:30-7:30pm
Sat, March 17 – Cuppa Tae, 5-7pm
Reinvention Brewing Company, Manchester (585)289-7309
Fri, March 16 – St. Patty’s Party with OC & The Buffalonian Food Truck, 6-9pm
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 – Pizza D’s open next door!
Sat, March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day w/ Jack West (13 year old musical sensation), 7-9:30pm
Roots Cafe. Naples, (585) 374-9800
Fri, March 16 – Irish night with Bill Henrie, 7pm. Free Show!
Brew & Brats at Arbor Hill, Naples 531-4113 Fri 4-9, Sat 12-9p, Sun 12-7pm
Sat, March 17 – St. Patty’s Day Music Bash (Men Behaving Badly) w/ Bangers & Mash, 6-9pm
The Naples Hotel, 374-5630
Thurs, March 15 – Open Jukebox, 7-11pm
Fri, March 16 – Karaoke/Dance Music by DJ Amy, 8pm-12am
Sat, March 17 – St. Patty’s Day with PJ Elliott, 9pm-1am (Drink Specials)
Waterside Wine Bar, Phelps, (585) 752-1634
Live Music on Saturdays, 7-10pm
Bottomless Brewery, Geneva (315)325-4380
Sat, March 17 – Alpha Fire, 6-9pm
Lake Street Station Winery, (315) 325-4089
Ramada, Geneva, (315) 789-5677
Sat, March 17 – Mario Angello
Club 86, Geneva, (315)789-4955
Sat, March 17 – The Cool Club + Lipker Sisters, 7-10pm. Kitchen opens at 6pm.
Friends of Wood Library. Wed, Mar 14, 2:00-3:00PM. The Friends support special library needs and are passionate advocates for Wood Library. Join us!
Documentary: And Then They Came for Us
Wed, Mar 14, 6:30-7:30PM. The cautionary and inspiring story of Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during WWII and their activism to prevent a similar thing from happening in America today.
Art Exhibit Opening: Nancy Lane. Thurs, Mar 15, 6-8PM. Meet and visit with renowned Canandaigua artist and illustrator Nancy Lane. Some of her newest works will be exhibited at Wood Library through April 27.
Books Sandwiched In. Mon, Mar 19, 12P-1PM. Ontario County Historical Society Educator Preston Pierce reviews a selection of children’s books about WWII.
Book Discussion: Breaking Night. Tues, Mar 20, 2-3:30PM. Read and discuss Liz Murray’s Breaking Night.
Alzheimer’s Association: Understanding and Responding to Dementia-Related Behavior. Tues, Mar 20 I 5:30-6:30PM
Learn how to have honest and caring conversations with family members about when to stop driving, going to the doctor, and making legal and financial plans. Register by calling 800-272-3900.
Crafter-school Special: Let’s Make a Kite! Mon, Mar 26, 4-5PM.
Grades K-5. Make a kite and use the March winds to get it soaring
Sign up! Wood Library’s 5K Training Program runs for 10 consecutive Thursday evenings starting May 3.A personalized training program to help walkers and runners of all abilities get ready for Wood Library’s 5K race on Saturday, July 14, 2018.
CANANDAIGUA FITNESS! Home of the $5 Classes…The no hassle (no sign-up fee, application, or difficult parking) way to get in shape! We are located inside Cobblestone Arts Center at 1622 Route 332…across from Farmbrook Housing Development.
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, March 28th 1 pm at Wood Library (134 N. Main Street, Canandaigua). All are welcome; handicapped accessible. Cara Kozlik, who has worked as a medical social worker for 15 years in the areas of Neurology and Neurosurgery, will speak about Duopa, a new form of Carbidopa/Levodopa. After the speaker, we will have refreshments and breakout groups of those with PD and their caregivers. For more information, contact Barbara (585-317-5411).
****NEW LISTING!**** The Ontario County Lyme Support Group will hold its inaugural meeting Wednesday, March 21st. Meetings will take place the third Wednesday of every month at the Canandaigua Fire Hall, 335 S. Main Street, Canandaigua, NY. 6:30-8pm
* THANK YOU for continuing to email me with upcoming community meetings! It is FREE to get your meetings noticed and attended! Just email!
TIMBUCHA KOMBUCHA IS HERE! Try it near you (see list below)!
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Canandaigua: Casa de Pasta, St. George’s Grocery on East Lake Rd (Pizza Sangiorgi), Peacemaker Brewery, Twisted Rail, Inn on the Lake, The Greenfront, Eric’s Office, 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), Warfields (Victor), Roots (Naples), & Rennoldson’s Market (Naples)
**SPECIAL TASTING AT FLCC THIS WEDNESDAY LUNCH TIME AT THE CAFETERIA FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF! ** Questions? Text(585)298-0116 or email!
St. Patty’s Day Dinner @ NYWCC!
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Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group to Meet Wednesday
The Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group hosted by UR Medicine Thompson Health will meet on Wednesday, March 14, from 5 to 6 p.m. in the RG&E Room on the Pines wing of the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center, 350 Parrish St. in Canandaigua.
This group is open to individuals who have experienced a traumatic brain injury, their loved ones and anyone who is interested in learning more about life with a traumatic brain injury. There is no charge to attend.
The group is facilitated by Allison Ausfield, MSW. Call (585) 507-7002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Thompson Hosts Sleep Solutions Group Wednesday
The Sleep Solutions Support Group will meet on Wednesday, March 14, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Thompson Health Sleep Disorders Center.
This group provides education, support and tools to help individuals manage their sleep apnea. Participants can share their experiences and ask questions in a confidential environment. There is no cost to attend and family members are welcome.
The Thompson Health Sleep Disorders Center is located in the Lakeside Professional Park building at 229 Parrish St., just opposite the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center. Please call (585) 396-6483 for more information.
“Spring is in The Air” at Wildheart Art Studio/Vintage/Gifts in Canandaigua! Experience fun new workshops, new featured artists in the store and coming in April “Coffee House Jammin Art Night”. Enjoy a creative and inspirational night out for open art studio fun and live local acoustic musicians ,unique local coffees and dessert …several Thursdays( 7-9pm) each month~More info to be posted on the website soon! www.indigoearth.artfire.com for info and registration for workshops
Workshops for March~
March 15th~ Alcohol Ink “Floral Fusion at Twisted Rail Brewery~ 6:30-8:00~ $5.00 drink coupon included~ $30.00
March 18th~ 3 Brothers Winery~ “Alcohol Ink~Landscapes”~ 12-2pm~ Glass of wine included and you keep the glass~ $35.00
Leaders in business and education from across the region will gather at Monroe Community College on March 20 to learn more about a design competition meant to inspire students to consider careers in manufacturing. The event is co-sponsored by Finger Lakes Community College, among other organizations.
The conference runs from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20, at Monroe Community College’s Warshof Conference Center, R. Thomas Flynn Campus Center on the Brighton Campus, 1000 East Henrietta Road. Registration is required. The $25 fee is waived for educators at the online site: www.nyfame.org. Parking is available in lot M. For details, call (315) 521-7826.
The keynote speaker is Jeremy Bout, producer of Reality Redesigned, a competition in which students design, manufacture and present their response to a challenge in a reality TV-styled event. Leaders of Finger Lakes Advanced Manufacturers’ Enterprise (FAME), a public-private partnership that promotes careers in high-tech manufacturing, would like to bring the contest to the Rochester-Finger Lakes region. They hope Bout’s presentation will raise awareness and encourage businesses and organizations to sponsor the competition.
March is the month that recognizes the health benefits of sleep. Not getting enough sleep or poor – quality sleep can increase your risk of health problems such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression and obesity. It has also been linked to memory problems, forgetfulness, and more falls and / or accidents.
Aim for 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night.
Here are 6 tips for getting a good night’s sleep:
*Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day.
*Find ways to relax before bedtime each night.
*Avoid distractions such as cell phones, computers, and television in your bedroom
*Don’t eat large meals or drink caffeine or alcohol late in the day.
*Exercise at regular time each day, but not within 3 hours of bedtime.
*Avoid long naps (over 30 minutes) in the late afternoon or early evening.
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