Fall Guide 2016

Fall Guide 2016

Seasonal selections

There are the obvious reasons to love fall: changing leaves, Oktoberfest beers, and Halloween. But for us, the crisp air signals the beginning to the Rochester artistic seasons.

Something old, new, borrowed, hue

Our preview of the 2016-17 art exhibits include upcoming exhibits at Rochester Contemporary, Memorial Art Gallery, and Oxford Gallery.

Building new boards

Sampling Rochester's diverse theater offerings in 2016-17, including RBTL, MuCCC, and Geva productions

On pointe

Our top picks for the 2016-17 dance and movement season

A peek at museum offerings

Rochester's museums have some interesting installations coming in 2016-17

Fall's forte

The 2016-17 classical music season includes Grammy winners, Bach's birthday, and unique composers

Autumns's aural delights

Barrence Whitfield, Steely Dan, and Shonen Knife are among our top picks for the concerts coming up this year

Fall features

This fall movie season has a lot of ground to make up after a pretty mediocre summer

Foam dart league takes aim in Rochester

The Rochester Foam Dart League has attracted dozens of players in the relatively short time it's been around

Weekend wanderlust

We round up the food and drink opportunities on Keuka and Seneca lakes. Now you don't have to be hungry on that fall foliage tour

Archives


Gary the Happy Pirate: Happy Pirates @ The Strong National Museum of Play

Violins of Hope, followed by "Joe's Violin" @ The Little Theatre

Violins of Hope, followed by "Joe's Violin" @ The Little Theatre

Documentary about a donated musical instrument forges an improbable friendship between Holocaust...

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  • Violins of Hope, followed by "Joe's Violin" @ The Little Theatre

    • Sun., April 23, 1-3 p.m.
  • Gary the Happy Pirate: Happy Pirates @ The Strong National Museum of Play

    • Sun., April 23, 1 p.m. $14.50
  • RocWorthy Earth Festival @ Abundance Food Co-op

  • "Liberate Your Career Blocks" Career Exploration & Yoga Practice to Find Your Power @ Nu Movement

    • Sun., April 23, 2-4 p.m. $20
  • Annual Holocaust Remembrance Program @ JCC of Greater Rochester

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