Recreation: Forest bathing – otherwise known as shinrin-yoku in its native Japan – is, well, sort of just what it sounds like: A soothing walk through a forest, while breathing in organic substances, called phytoncides, which further the relaxation. Sounds lovely, no? Dr. Les Moore, the Director of Integrative Medicine at Clifton Springs Hospital, will lead a free forest bathing walk at 7:30 p.m. at the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County (249 Highland Ave.). Call 414-6511 for more information, or visit mycce.org for other events.
Music: Looking for a middle-of-the-week doctor? Thunder Body’s Medicine Wednesdays returns tonight, now being hosted at Skylark Lounge (270-8106, theskylarklounge.com), and will repeat every Wednesday night this month. Music starts at 9 p.m., costs $5, and is 21+.
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Put the Indian Casino in the High Falls district, not downtown.
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