February 2016
Walking Trail
6:00 AM - 7:15 AM

In partnership with Our Town Rocks (OTR), Dundee Central School is pleased to share the opening of the  DCS Walking Trail. The DCS Walking Trail is a walking course that has been identified for community members to walk inside the school building during the cold winter months. One course includes stairs and a second does not. The Walking Trail is clearly marked and can be accessed by parking by the outside basketball court and using the entrance by the nurse's office. The Walking Trail is open to the public on days that school is in session, Monday through Friday from 6:00 am to 7:15 am and 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Working together to promote health and wellness in our community!

For more information:
Kelly Houck
(607) 243-5533
Waterloo Little League Registration
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Waterloo Little League is now registering players for the 2016 season. Registration is open now and will run until February 12th. Go to www.eteamz.com/waterloony for registration information or email wloolittleleague@gmail.com

For more information:
bob kime
(704) 810-4000
Union Springs Lions Club Pancake Breakfast
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Union Springs Lions Club

Annual Super Bowl Sunday Benefit Pancake Breakfast

This year’s Pancake Breakfast proceeds go to benefit Oscar Blay, Jr..  Oscar was recently diagnosed with liver cancer.

He is  the sole provider for his family. Funds raised will go toward offsetting financial costs that he and his family will face in the journey ahead.

Sunday February 7,2016

From 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon

Union Springs Central High School

239 Cayuga St.

Union Springs, NY  13160


$7.00 for adults

$5.00 for child(age 5-12)

Under 4 years eat free

 Price includes -All you can eat –Pancakes, French toast, home fries, eggs, sausage & beverages .






For more information:
Martha Russell
(315) 889-5033
Opening Reception and Exhibit: Cabin Fever
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Opening Reception and Exhibit: Cabin Fever


The Arts Center of Yates County is pleased to present “Cabin Fever” featuring John Coffer and his authentic tintype photographs.   Also featured will be basket weaver Joan Belles, spinner and fiber artist Gisela Schneider, Alan and Rosemary Bennett’s fish sculptures and re-purposed furniture painted by Kathy Disbrow. The opening reception will be Sunday, February 7, from 1:00 to 3:00 PM including a live demonstration of spinning.  The exhibit will run until closing on Sunday, March 13, with a live demonstration of tintype photography by Mr. Coffer.  The Arts Center is located at 127 Main Street in Penn Yan.  Call 315-536-8226 or email artscenter@acyc.org for more information. 


Off the grid at a Dundee address, lives a gentleman named John Coffer, known to photography aficionados as the premiere maker of full scale true 19th century authentic wet-plate collodion photography in America (perhaps the world) today. John has crossed the country taking photos which could pass for Civil War documents, developed in his dark-room wagon, pulled by his horse “Brownie”. Each summer he conducts “Camp Tintype” on his rural site, teaching others this lost skill, as well as offering portrait sittings. His photos hang in major galleries in New York and other cities, but will come home to Yates County for this exhibit. Gisela Schneider will be spinning at the “Cabin Fever” opening, Sunday, February 7, making yarn from natural fibers. Joan Belles’s baskets take many shapes - functional, decorative, small enough to hang around your neck, large enough to toss the month’s papers in.


The Yates County History Center is coordinating an exhibit with “Cabin Fever” and invites the public to enjoy a display of its tin type photo collection beginning Tuesday, February 2, inside the Oliver House Museum. The collection of almost 100 portraits illustrates the affection between siblings, parent and child, and husband and wife with a delightful assortment of studio props. The photographic process used to create a tin type was cheap, easy and quick. Popular during the Civil War, they were easily carried in soldier’s pocket. On Saturday, March 12th, visit the Oliver House again to enjoy weaving and fiber arts demonstrations by volunteers and staff in the “From Sheep To Shawl” exhibit room at 1:00 PM. Enjoy seeing the early barn framed rug loom in action and see spinning demonstrations. Examples of several of Yates County Historical Center’s oldest coverlets will be on display.


For more information:
Arts Center of Yates County
(315) 536-8226
Mardi Gras 2016
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Mardi Gras 2016

Sunday - February 7th

2:00 PM


Port Byron 1st United Methodist Church

8510 South St Rd

Port Byron, NY  13021


A Comedy

"Monk On A Mission"

Featuring Rick Sivers as Brother Harmonious




Donations Accepted for Port Byron Council of Churches

For more information:
Agnes Turner
(315) 776-4019