With a new academic year comes Arts for All at St. Peter's Community Arts Academy! Learn to play an instrument, dance or sing right here in Geneva, New York! Check out our brand new website stpetersarts.org and put some music in your life. Our programs include Community Choirs, Dance, Fiddle, Guitar, Musical Beginnings for the wee ones, Piano, Violin, Viola and Voice. Register online today!
Arts Academy To Fill Summer With Arts!
GENEVA -- After a successful weekend at the Music and Dance Festival at the Smith Opera House this past Sunday, May 7, St. Peter's Community Arts Academy is excited to announce the many upcoming spring events happening in the Geneva community this season!
If you are interested in music and the arts or are looking to hear and watch some extremely talented students, join St. Peter's Community Arts Academy for the upcoming events below:
- Join the Academ
Check out the latest news on St. Peter's Community Arts Academy in the Finger Lakes Times! St. Peter's Community is celebrating its 150th year in Geneva with "kid-friendly" programs that have revitalized the church's membership over the past few decades. With a mission to provide arts for all, Reverend Jim Adams and his wife sue Adams, strive to continue their kid-friendly approach since they joined St. Peter's community in 1981. Be sure to read the latest updates on the church's success and thr
The Boys & Girls Club of Geneva Teen Center will be presenting photographs taking by their Outdoor Photography Club this summer at this Friday's Geneva Night Out. The Outdoor Photography Club has been hiking to local nature sites and working on photography skills. To culminate their experience, they would like to share their images with the rest of Geneva. Please come out to Quiltly Pleasures (492 Exchange St) this Friday, August 7th from 5pm to 8pm to share in the teens experience.
This week, Live from Linden is live from Cebo., a new restaurant coming to Linden Street. Check out their crowdfunding campaign for some great rewards. The restaurant is right next door to Microclimate, so James joins in along with Tam Cataldo.
Thanks to Shrimps for the swell theme music!
There are three spots left in the Introduction to Weaving Class offered at the Geneva Community Center on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30. The class begins this Thursday, July 30th, will run for four weeks, and costs $80. Each student will make two small tapestries out of a variety of yarn colors which is included in the class cost. If interested in attending the class or for more information please email Kevin Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (315 759-6060.
Pull up a few more chairs! This week on Live from Linden Kal and Armond from Leyline Distillery (leylinedistillery.com/) stop by and they're mixing Moscow Mules. Craig Meyers tells us about the upcoming Terminal J Festival with a little help from Victor from Lake Drum Brewing (www.lakedrumbrewing.com/) and Pablo from U.G. Collective (ugcollective.org/). We don't get the name of Craig's new cocktail bar, but we do touch on Art Bell, so there's that...
Thanks to The Left Bank (www.facebook.com/thel
This week, Live from Linden welcomes Jason Rogers, artist John Lord, and Doug Reilly of Bicycle Astronomy (bicycleastronomy.com/) to preview Geneva Night Out (www.genevanightout.org/) and talk about the benefits of spending more time looking into the night sky.
GENEVA -- Before social media, before the internet was in practically every home and nearly every phone, heck before many homes had computers, there were zines. Zines were (and are) small-run, self-published publications generally devoted to very specific interests and communities. They're usually a labor of love and it shows in everything from their DIY aesthetic to their subjects, which often fly under the radar of mainstream publications. This past week, our own Geneva13 released its twenty-f
The Geneva Community Center will be offering three art classes for adults (ages 15 and up) this summer. The classes include ceramics, printmaking, and weaving. Below you will find more information. To register for a class or find out more information contact Kevin Carr at email@example.com or (315) 759-6060.
Ceramic Basics for Adults - 5 Week Course - Instructed by Dee Westfall
Mondays from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
July 13th through August 17th (No Class August 10th)
Cost - $110 - includes u
When the Geneva Music Festival presents a concert of organ music at the United Church of Canandaigua on Wednesday, June 17th, they will also be showcasing a new pipe organ that was recently installed.
The contemporary music duo New Morse Code appeared at the 2015 Geneva Music Festival in a concert that was free and open to the public at the Geneva Community Center and in a performance at Billsboro Winery. Finger Lakes Public Radio spoke with the members of New Morse Code.
This week on Live from Linden we preview the 2nd Annual Rosé Soirée coming up on Linden Street Saturday, June 6th, 5-9 p.m. Our guests include James Elkin from Microclimate, Erica Paolicelli and Katharine Karona from Three Brothers Wineries and Estates, Kelby Russell from Red Newt Cellars, and Julia Hoyle from Sheldrake Point Winery.
This week on Live from Linden, we talk FLX Pride Fest 2015. Members of The [LGBTQ] Center of the Finger Lakes talk about the First Annual Finger Lakes Pride Festival, to be held in Geneva, NY on Saturday, May 30th, 2015. The FLX Pride Festival will be a day filled with entertainment and activities; focusing on the diversity of the Finger Lakes area and celebrating our LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and/or Questioning) community! Funds raised during the festival will go to supp
This week on Live from Linden, James Elkin (Microclimate [a wine bar]), Joe Marone (Joe's Hots) and Gabriella D'Angelo (Hobart and William Smith Colleges) talk about parklets in Geneva, NY and transforming urban spaces.
Plus, Joe explores the practical differences between podcasting on the internet and broadcasting over the air. Let's consider that our language advisory...
Thanks to Shrimps for providing our theme music.
This week on Live from Linden, Geneva natives James Elkin (Microclimate [a wine bar]), Pablo Falbru (UG Collective, and Chris Woodworth (HWS Theatre) talk about growing up in Geneva, leaving, and coming back to make the Finger Lakes their home. We also talk about some of the things that newcomers to Geneva might have missed and a lot about what's happening around town now.
Live from Linden is a regular conversation from the heart of Geneva in the heart of the Finger Lakes. We're talking to some of the people who are making things happen in our community about the things that make life interesting in the Finger Lakes. For our first episode, Kelly Walker joins Pablo Falbru of UG Collective and James Elkin of Microclimate [a wine bar] to chat about what's happening on Linden Street, Geneva Night Out for May and the new EP from The Falbru Experiment. Thanks to Shrimps
Tuesday, April 14th at 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday, April 15th at 7:30 p.m. in Scandling Center, Hobart and William Smith Colleges will host two speakers from Witness to Innocence, a national organization that seeks to abolish the death penalty in the United States. Finger Lakes Public Radio’s Kelly Walker spoke with Kendra Freeman, an assistant professor in the Anthropology and Sociology Department at HWS, about Witness to Innocence.
On Friday, April 3rd, Geneva Night Out celebrated the 2nd Annual Scott LaFaro Day in Geneva. One of the centerpieces of the celebration was a Scott LaFaro Jazz Showcase at The Smith Opera House featuring Cool Club and the Gap Mangione Quintet. Gap Mangione shared some of his memories of Scott LaFaro with Finger Lakes Public Radio.
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