From the Cayuga County Tourism Office

A listing of events that may be of interest to guests who will be staying at 10 Fitch

Oct. 9th – Dec. 31stYou Are Here! Putting Auburn on the Map – Cayuga Museum of History and Art, 203 Genesee St., Auburn.
The answer to “Where are we?” can usually be found on a map. Maps provide us with information about what’s around us and who we are. You Are Here! is an exhibit of maps from the Museum’s collection which chronicle the development of New York, Cayuga County and the City of Auburn. These maps show how our understanding of the world around us has changed over the past 400 years. Admission free, suggested donation $3, Tue-Sun, Noon – 5:00 pm. 315-253-8051

Oct. 3rd – 20thNunsenseMerry-Go-Round Playhouse, 8977 E. Lake Rd., Auburn.
Upstate NY’s most popular professional theater performing six large scale musicals each season.  Who can resist these five sisters from Hoboken as they rally for their convent by putting on a talent show? These wacky nuns and their ‘talents’ will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. You don’t have to be Catholic to love Nunsense. Visit web site or call box office for ticket prices and show times. 800-457-8897

Oct 5th – 28thScreamer’s Hollow – Halloween EntertainmentSterling Renaissance Festival Site, 15385 Farden Rd., Sterling.
Experience a nerve shattering mix of live actors, state of the art animation, evil characters and dazzling special effects.  Visit web site or call for ticket prices, every Friday & Sat. in October. 800-879-4446

Oct. 16th & 23rdOpen Mic NightAuburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.
Open Mic Night features music and spoken word from local and regional talent in a relaxed cafe setting. Listen to live original and cover music, spoken word, stand-up comedy and poetry and enjoy light refreshments including wine and beer for those with proper ID. Every Tuesday. Admission $2, 7:30-10:30pm. 315-253-6669

Oct. 12th – 8thAnnual Fall Poetry ReadingSchweinfurth Memorial Art Center, 205 Genesee St., Auburn. Contact Jim Delaney at 315-252-5934 to participate. Co-sponsored by the YMCA-WEIU’s Writer’s Voice Program. Free, doors open at 6:30 pm, Reading from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. 315-255-1553

Oct 12th & 13thTake This WaltzAuburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.
When Margot (Michelle Williams), 28, meets Daniel (Luke Kirby), their chemistry is intense and immediate. But Margot suppresses her sudden attraction; she is happily married to Lou (Seth Rogen), a cookbook writer. When Margot learns that Daniel lives across the street from them, the certainty about her domestic life shatters. She and Daniel steal moments throughout the steaming Toronto summer, their eroticism heightened by their restraint. Swelteringly hot, bright and colorful like a bowl of fruit, Take This Waltz leads us, laughing, through the familiar, but uncharted question of what long-term relationships do to love, sex, and our images of ourselves. Tickets $5/online, $6/at the door, 315-253-6669

Oct. 12th – 14thBittersweet Cottage Fall SalesBittersweet Cottage, 2348 Brick Church Rd., Cato.
Resident Artisan Kathleen Spingler. Clay designs for the Home & Garden. Unique jewelry, antiques & guest artisans. An off the beaten path shopping experience. 10am – 5pm. 315-834-6110

Oct 13th & 14thComedian Andrew SchulzAuburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn. ANDREW SCHULZ stars in MTV2’s new hit show “Guy Code.” “Guy Code” serves as the perfect platform for Andrew’s fresh perspective on men, women, and relationships. A native New Yorker, Andrew is known for his edgy, street smart, and unapologetic comedy. Heʼs a captivating performer who draws crowds in with a conversational style that leaves the audience engaged and questioning whether the material is rehearsed or impromptu. Andrew is a regular at all the top clubs in New York — When he’s not in the city, he’s headlining clubs and colleges across the US and Canada. $12; $8 Student; $10.80 Member, 8pm. 315-253-6669

Oct. 13thAdirondack Detective Book Signing with John H. BriantDowntown Books & Coffee, 66 Genesee St., Auburn.
Stop in and meet John H. Briant, the author of the great mystery series Adirondack Detective. 1pm, free. 315-515-3411

Oct. 13thAuburn’s World-Wide PHOTO WALKCity Hall Gazebo, 25 South St., Auburn. From the gazebo, the group will head south past Seward House Museum & gardens, and proceed through the South Street Area Historic District. Next stop will be Westminster Presbyterian Church, then on to Veterans’ Memorial Park and back to the starting point. At noon, the event will conclude at Parkers’ Grille & Tap House, 129 Genesee Street for lunch discussion. Free, 10am-1pm.

Oct. 14thWalking Tour of Historic Fort Hill CemeteryFort Hill Cemetery, 19 Fort St., Auburn.
The Community Preservation Committee will sponsor a walking tour of historic Fort Hill Cemetery. Join tour guide, Laurel Auchampaugh, for an informative tour of Auburn’s historical Fort Hill Cemetery. Those wishing to participate should meet at Bradley Chapel, Fort Hill Cemetery, 19 Fort Street, Auburn, NY. A donation of $5 per person is requested and tickets can be purchased at the cemetery on the day of the tour. In case of rain, a history of the Cemetery will be presented inside the historic Bradley Chapel in lieu of the walking tour. $5 donation per person, 2pm. 315-252-0339

Oct. 14thMusic in the BarnIzzo’s White Barn Winery, 6634 Cayuga Rd., Cayuga.
Enjoy Shortbus. Take a drive on a beautiful fall day, stop by the White Barn and enjoy the setting and music. Free, 3-6pm. 315-283-8095

Oct. 14thThomas Mott Osborne at the CastleTheater Mack at the Cayuga Museum, 203 Genesee St., Auburn.
Documentary exploring the work of famous human rights activist Thomas Mott Osborne and his work in prison reform. Theater Mack. 2pm. 315-253-8051

Oct. 18thRichard Horan Book Signing at Auburn Public TheaterAuburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.
HARVEST – Lecture and book signing with Richard Horan. Richard Horan is a novelist, English teacher, and book reviewer for several national publications. His novel “Goose Music” was a finalist for the Great Lakes Fiction Award and won the ForeWord Book of the Year Bronze Medal. He is also the author of “Seeds: One Man’s Serendipitous Journey to Find the Trees That Inspired Famous American Writers from Faulkner to Kerouac, Welty to Wharton”. He lives in Oswego, New York. ollowing the lecture will be a reception of locally sourced sweet and savory treats provided by Lost & Fondue of Skaneateles. Free, 7pm. 315-515-3411

Oct. 19th & 20thMoonrise KingdomAuburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.
Set in 1965, Moonrise Kingdom is a stylized coming of age film that delivers on its promise to bring the viewer of any age back to the intensity of just-entering-adolescence love. That alone makes this an extraordinary film. In addition, the music and imagery are beautifully orchestrated to delight the senses. The casting, characters, and acting are superb. It is rare to have a film that puts together this much talent and then taps it to the fullest. Throughout, the film is subtly hilarious. In trademark Anderson fashion, the lines are delivered in an almost deadpan way with all the characters completely oblivious to the irony and ridiculousness of the situation, dialog, and even their lives and themselves. Tickets $5/online, $6/at the door, 10/19, 1:00 & 8:00 pm, 10/20, 8:00 pm. 315-253-6669

Oct. 19th & 20thCaptain Jack’s Haunted Ship148 Perrine St., Auburn.
Admission: 1 canned good for the Calvary Food Pantry. 7-10pm.

Oct. 20thThe Amazing Kreskin RETURNSAuburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn. With a showman’s flair, a comedian’s wit, and the capacities of a bona fide Mentalist or thought reader, The Amazing Kreskin has, for 5 decades, dramatized the unique facets of the human mind, his own! His very name has become an integral part of pop culture throughout the world, invoked in comedy clubs, comic strips, print stories, and TV shows. Prepare to be wowed, AGAIN, as The Amazing Kreskin takes time out from Vegas to tour the Northeast – returning with two sensational shows at Auburn Public Theater! $35/non-members, $31.50/members, 2pm & 8pm. 315-253-6669

Oct. 20thLoren Barrigar & Mark Mazengarb – Morgan Opera House, 370 Main St., Aurora. Central New York acoustic guitar sensation Loren Barrigar and New Zealand star Mark Mazengarb were instantly aware that musical magic was created the first time they played guitar together. Influenced by the sounds of Bluegrass, Jazz and Country, and inspired by the finger-picking guitar techniques of Jerry Reed and Chet Atkins, their performances are unique, exciting, and not-to-be-missed events. Since they first met, great things have been happening, including a SAMMY (Syracuse Area Music Award) for best album, a European concert tour, and a headlining appearance at the Chet Atkins Festival in Nashville. $12/adults, $10/seniors, $8/students & children, 8pm. 315-364-5437

Oct. 20thKing Ferry Farmers MarketKing Ferry Winery, 658 Lake Rd., King Ferry.
Farmstead Cheese, Organic Flour, Organic Vegetables, Plants and Flowers, Fiber Art, Pottery & Jewelry, Clothing & Accessories, Baked Goods & Desserts, Jams & Jellies, Wool and Spinning Demonstrations, Seasonal Apple Cider Pressing, Pizza by the Slice, Hot Coffee, Dinosaur Dry Goods Pop Up Store. This year, the Market will be held on the first and third Saturdays of each month from June through October, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the King Ferry Winery. 315-364-5100

Oct. 21st “Lincoln’s Funeral: From Death Springs Life in Cayuga County”Howland Stone Store Museum, 2956 State Route 34B, Aurora.
Upon Lincoln’s death, the nation went into mourning. Many people from central New York were involved in the death and its “celebration” of life. That celebration linked to many other people who brought life to central New York and also to distant places. When Mary Todd Lincoln visited a medium in Moravia, her late husband appeared to her in another form of “life”. John will explore some of these lives. Presenter John E. Lamphere teaches Criminal Justice and History at Cayuga Community College. Free – donations accepted, 7pm. 315-364-5587

Oct. 21stDairy Farming: Then and NowFrontenac Historical Society & Museum, 178 Cayuga St., Union Springs.
You think you know cows? Hear from Ted O’Hara, a man who knows them by the thousands. Come learn how dairy farming has changed over the decades. This event is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served. Free, 2pm. 315-889-7273

Oct. 21stMusic in the BarnIzzo’s White Barn Winery, 6634 Cayuga Rd., Cayuga.
Come down and “get down” with the Funky Blu Roots. And enjoy a glass of wine! Free, 2-5pm. 315-283-8095

Oct 22nd & 23rdJane Morgan’s Fall 2012 Fashion Show & LuncheonAurora Inn, 391 Main St., Aurora.
Please call for reservations. 315-364-8027

Oct. 23rdThe GuruGanesha BandAuburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St., Auburn.
Join GuruGanesha & his all star band – Michelle Hurtado, Hans Christian, Daniel Paul, Sat Kartar Singh, Gurusangat and Russel Green for a magical evening of joyful chanting, mystical world music and hilarious stories from the spiritual path! Featuring a special 15-minute opening solo performance by Hans Christian. $20 individual / $32.50 2-day ticket, 7:30pm. 315-253-6669

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