Pin It
.
Favorites

Daily Choices: What to do on Monday, December 3 

SPECIAL EVENT: See how the artists at Geva Theatre Center put together their incredible productions at "Magic in the Making." Meet the artisans who create props and costumes, lighting cues, sound design, and more over the backdrop of "A Christmas Carol." The event runs tonight 6-8 p.m. Free, no reservations required. 75 Woodbury Blvd. 232-4382.gevatheatre.org.

MUSIC: Dance parties are always fun, and the Bug Jar (219 Monroe Ave., bug jar.com, 9 p.m) is kicking off its brand new Monday dance-party series with Dance David Lee Rad and DJ Cub tonight. The party is free ($10 for unders) and there's free pizza at 11 p.m., so what more could you ask for?

LECTURE: Savor a catered lunch at noon or an informal tea at 2 p.m. with the Susan B. Anthony House while listening to an informative lecture. Author Julie Cummins will present "Daredevils in Petticoats" in the Carriage House behind the Visitor Center (19 Madison St.). Lecture and lunch $25, tea and lecture $15. Reservations recommended. 235-6124. susanbanthonyhouse.org.

MUSIC: Get those pipes ready! Lovin Cup (300 Park Point Drive, lovincup.com) is kicking off The Voice(s), an acapella competition this week, going every week until December 17. Want to try out? Or just want to see other people try out? Head on down at 8 p.m. and check the competition out yourself.

Comments


Comments are closed.

Latest in Choice Events

Browse Listings

Submit an event

In the Works @ Hartnett Gallery, UR Wilson Commons

Reception....

"Other Music" @ Little Theatre

Through Eyes of Pastel @ My Sister's Gallery at the Episcopal Church Home

Through Eyes of Pastel @ My Sister's Gallery at the Episcopal Church Home

Reception...

View all of today's events »

This Week's Issue

Cover Story:
Fall Guide 2019
To many of us culture enthusiasts, autumn is the most magical time of the year. Sure, the cooler temps are comfortably cozy and fall flavors are seriously palatable, but it's also the top of the season for theater, visual arts, classical music, and other cultural offerings. The arts community comes fully alive again after a relatively slow spell. read more ...

Tweets @RocCityNews

© 2019 City Newspaper.

Website powered by Foundation.