Events Calendar

JUNE

June 20

Mumford. 1812 Weekend. Museum staff and dozens of re-enactors from Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Michigan, Indiana, and Massachusetts will collaborate to bring the Regency era of American history to life. Re-enactors will model historic fashions, speak to the era’s interesting (and sometimes bizarre) medicinal practices at the museum’s apothecary, and more. Throughout the weekend, enactors depicting the US and British military forces will offer weapons demonstrations, militia marches and a short skirmish in the Village Square. Free admission for dads on Sunday. Times and admission on website. Free for GCV&M members. Genesee Country Village and Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road. www.gcv.org. 585-538-6822.

Waterloo. Trace Adkins. A Nashville icon for more than two decades, Trace Adkins has sold 11 million country albums and received Grammy nominations. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $25 to $105. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Waterloo. Open Barn with Flint Creek. The band started in 2004 in the Finger Lakes Region, playing modern country music covers with a rock edge, along with a few classics. Local beer, wine, cider and non-alcoholic beverages, along with Muranda Cheese and Lake Country food truck. No outside food or beverage allowed on the property. Buses and large groups should call ahead. 6 to 9 p.m. Free. Muranda Cheese Company, 3075 Route 96.  www.murandacheese.com. 315-246-1457. murandacheese@gmail.com.

June 21

Canandaigua. 14th Annual Father’s Day Car & Motorcycle Show. Show vehicles of all eras and makes on display. All visitors attending the show that day will be invited to vote for their favorites. “People’s Choice Awards,” plus other prizes and trophies to be announced prior to the close of the show. Wine tastings inside Sonnenberg’s Finger Lakes Wine Center and food available for purchase. DJ and musical entertainment. Car show admission includes access to the mansion, gardens, and greenhouses. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. $3 to $15. Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park, 151 Charlotte St. www.sonnenberg.org/event/car-motorcycle-cruise. 585-394-4922.

Mumford. 1812 Weekend. See June 20.

Waterloo. Open Barn with Hot Dogs & Gin. The band was established in March 2016 and plays a wide range of blues and rock covers by the Eagles, Allman Brothers, Bon Jovi, Jimi Hendrix, America, Rolling Stones, and Guns & Roses around the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes areas.  Band members include father and son Doug Hubert (guitar, vocals) and 11-year-old multi-instrumentalist and Broadway tour alum Eamonn Hubert (lead guitar, vocals), Stephen Shimer (percussion), and Gordie Gottlieb (bass). Local beer, wine, cider and non-alcoholic beverages, along with Muranda Cheese and a food truck. No outside food or beverage allowed on the property. Buses and large groups should call ahead. 2 to 5 p.m. Free. Muranda Cheese Company, 3075 Route 96.  www.murandacheese.com. 315-246-1457. murandacheese@gmail.com.

June 23

Baldwinsville. Summer Concert Series. Baldwinsville Pep Band will perform. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave.

Charlotte. Free Movies in the Park. Watch Jaws (1975) under the stars. Bring your own seating. Concessions available for purchase. Dusk. Free. Ontario Beach Park, Lake Avenue & Beach Avenue. www.facebook.com/21mcparks.

Syracuse. Megadeth and Lamb of God. 7 p.m. $25 to $409. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

June 24

Alexandria Bay. Big D Orchestra. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

June 25

Baldwinsville. Umphrey’s McGee. Doors open at 6 p.m. Show at 7 p.m. $30 to $60. Paper Mill Island Ampitheatre,136 Spensieri Ave. https://creativeconcerts.com.

June 26

Alexandria Bay. 14th annual Thousand Islands River Run motorcycle rally. Live music, bike builders, vendors, loud pipes contest, tattoo contest and more. Benefits Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Upper James Street. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 315-482-9531 or 315-771-1435.

Darien Center. Megadeth and Lamb of God. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets. 6 p.m. $25 to $310. Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Phoenix. Annual Fireworks Display. Dusk. Free. Henley Park, State Street. www.bridgehousebrats.com.

Syracuse. KidzBop Live 2020. 7 p.m. $35 to $55. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

Vernon. Fleetwood Mac Mania: The Ultimate Fleetwood Mac Tribute. Tickets available online. Doors open at 7 p.m. Show starts at 8 p.m. $20. Vernon Downs, 4229 Stuhlman Road. www.vernondowns.com. 877-88-VERNON.

June 27

Alexandria Bay. 14th annual Thousand Islands River Run motorcycle rally. See June 26.

Cape Vincent. Cape Street Market. Sponsored by the Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce, the weekly event includes farm produce, craft vendors and flea market items. 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 357 E. Broadway St. www.capevincent.org. 315-654-2481. thecape@tds.net.

Clayton. 1000 Islands Concours d’Elegance. For 2020, Concours will be a non-judged show with a people’s choice award and no registration fees. No boat rides will take place unless permitted by CDC guidelines and ABM policies. Register online. Drive starts at 9 a.m. $12. Antique Boat Museum, 750 Mary St. www.abm.org/index.php/1000-islands-concours-delegance.

Lewiston. Artpark’s Strawberry Moon Festival. Celebrate the indigenous cultures of the area through music, dance, arts & crafts, highlighting and intermingling both modern culture and its ancient roots. “Power of Niagara” performed by Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by JoAnn Falletta with Jon Lehrer Dance Company. 8 p.m. Free. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Syracuse. Anthony Rodia Live! The Road to Rage Tour. Anthony Rodia brings his relatable comedy routine to Central New York. 8 p.m. $30-$40. Mulroy Civic Center Theaters, 800 S. State St. www.oncenter.org. 315-435-8000.

June 28

Alexandria Bay. 14th annual Thousand Islands River Run motorcycle rally. See June 26.

Darien Center. KidzBop Live Nationwide Tour 2020. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets. 4 p.m. $20 to $55. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Lewiston. Native American Cultural Celebration noon to 4 p.m. Free. Experience diverse and expressive Native American cultures through the arts, food sampling, workshops, music presentations, Smoke Dance competitions and more. Free. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Rochester. Free Movies in the Park. Watch StarWars: The Last Jedi (2017) under the stars. Bring your own seating. Come wearing a costume and receive a free ticket to Seneca Park Zoo. Concessions available for purchase. Dusk. Free. Highland Park Bowl, 1137 South Ave. www.facebook.com/21mcparks.

Waterloo. Open Barn with Brass Inc. A nine-piece horn band from Syracuse, Brass Inc. features diverse playing styles and musical backgrounds. The band performs songs from horn-driven rock, classic rock, southern rock, rhythm and blues, funk, and today’s top hits. Local beer, wine, cider and non-alcoholic beverages, along with Muranda Cheese and Pizza Posto food truck. No outside food or beverage allowed on the property. Buses and large groups should call ahead. 2 to 5 p.m. Free. Muranda Cheese Company, 3075 Route 96.  www.murandacheese.com. 315-246-1457. murandacheese@gmail.com.

June 30

Baldwinsville. Drive-by Truckers. Doors open at 6 p.m. Show at 7 p.m. $30 to $60. Paper Mill Island Ampitheatre,136 Spensieri Ave. https://creativeconcerts.com.

Baldwinsville. Summer Concert Series. Grit N Grace will perform. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave.

Lewiston. Buddy Guy & Los Lobos. Performing in a style that mixes Chicago blues with folk and rock ‘n roll. 6:30 to 10 p.m. $22 to $47. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375

JULY

Mondays

Phoenix. Music in the Park 2020. An outdoor, eight-week concert series. Local bands and community organizations selling concessions. Bring your own seating. Events run through August. 6 to 8 p.m. Free. Henley Park, Lock and State St. http://www.villageofphoenix-ny.gov. 315-695-2801.

Tuesdays And Thursdays

Auburn. City Summer Concert Series. A variety of performers will offer concerts each week through August. Family-friendly movies to follow. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. regardless of location. Free. Tuesdays will be in Hoopes Park, 100 S. Herman Ave; Thursdays will rotate. between Market Street Park, Market Street and the Equal Rights Heritage Center, 25 South St. www.facebook.com/events/627094874420778.

Tues., Thurs. & Sat.

Auburn. Auburn Farmer’s Co-op Market. Recurring weekly on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday through Oct. 31. 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 96 State St. www.facebook.com/AuburnFarmersCoOpMarketInc. 315-704-8609.

Wednesdays

Glens Falls. Take a Bite. Family-friendly event running through Aug. 19. Restaurants offer small plates of food priced at $1 to $5 while guests stroll through downtown. Live entertainment and music. 5 to 7 p.m. Downtown Glens Falls.

Macedon. Wine Wednesdays. Tasting room hours will be extended by half an hour   Wednesdays through Aug. 26. Free games of bocce, cornhole, Yahtzee and more. Happy hour specials. 4 to 8 p.m. Long Acre Farms/JD Wine Cellar, 1342 Eddy Rd. https://longacrefarms.com. 315-986-4202.

Watertown. Farmers Market. Local farm vendors selling fruit, vegetables, crafts and more set up from the Dulles State Office Building Plaza, down Washington Street to the Morgan Stanley Building with an expansion down Sterling Street. Organized by the Watertown Chamber of Commerce.  6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 317 Washington St. www.watertownfarmandcraft.com. 315-788-4400.

Thursdays

Oswego. Oswego Farmer’s Market. A variety of vendors and live entertainment. 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Free. West First Street, between Bridge and Oneida streets. 315-343-7681.

Moravia. Moravia Farmers’ Market. Recurring weekly on Thursdays through the end of Oct.. Produce, crafts, baked goods, honey, soap and more. Kinney’s Parking Lot, 130 Main St. www.facebook.com/MoraviaFarmersMarket. 315-496-2235.

Rochester. Party in the Park. 5 p.m. $7 to $49. Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 353 Court S. www.rochesterevents.com/party-in-the-park.

Fridays

Alexandria Bay. Farmers Market. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Seasonal, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables and more. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. Vendors will set up in the parking lot of Kinney Drugs. 21 State Route 12. 315-482-9531.

Pulaski. Pulaski Farmer’s Market. Vendors of farm produce and other goods for sale. 4 to 8 p.m. Free. 3 Bridge Street. www.facebook.com/pulaskifarmersmarket. info@pulaskifarmersmarket.org.

Old Forge. Old Forge Farmers Market. 1 to 5 p.m. behind the Old Forge Hardware. 104 Fulton St.

Skaneateles. Skaneateles Community Band Concert. Bring a chair or blanket. Rain location: Skaneateles High School Cafeteria (entrance on East Street). 7:30 p.m. Free. Lakeside Park in Clift Park. 7:30 p.m. 315-685-0552.

Saturdays

Cape Vincent. Cape Street Market. Sponsored by the Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce, the weekly event includes farm produce, craft vendors and flea market items. 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 357 E. Broadway St. www.capevincent.org. 315-654-2481. thecape@tds.net.

Fulton. Fulton Farmers Market. A variety of produce and items for sale, including organic food, baked goods, cheese, arts & crafts, flowers, eggs, herbs, vegetables, honey, jams, and maple. The market accepts credit cards, WIC2 Farmers Market Nutrition Program WIC2 Cash value vouchers, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. Canalview Park & Shop Parking Lot.

Inlet. Live Music in Inlet. Various performers entertain throughout the month. Bring your own seating. Complete schedule listed online. 7 to 9 p.m. Free. Arrowhead Park 160 State Route 28. www.inletny.com/event. 315-357-5501.

Saturdays And Sundays

Sterling. 44th Anniversary Sterling Renaissance Festival. Costumed impersonators, 1500s activities, food, beverages and entertainment, vendors and music. Special events each weekend throughout the season. Check the website for the complete schedule and to buy tickets. Rain or shine.  10 a.m. to 7 p.m. $15.95 to $199.95. 15385 Farden Road. www.sterlingfestival.com.

July 1

Alexandria Bay. Tom Nitti. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

July 2

LaFayette. Primus with Wolfmother. 7 to 10 p.m. $45. Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards, 2708 Lords Hill Rd. (Rt. 80). www.beakandskiff.com.

7 to 10 p.m. $45. Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards, 2708 Lords Hill Rd. (Rt. 80). www.beakandskiff.com.

Watertown. Independence Day Celebration. Games for kids, food, music, and the Thompson Park Fireworks right from our lawn. 5 to 10 p.m. Free. Thompson Park Zoo, 1 Thompson Park Drive. 315-788-4400.

July 3

Baldwinsville. PMI Event. Local bands will perform. 7 to 11 p.m. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave.

Clayton. July 3 Fireworks Gala Display. Fireworks will begin at dusk, approximately 9:45 p.m. Free. Frink Park. tricia@1000islands-clayton.com.

Darien Center. Nickelback: All the Right Reasons Tour. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets. 6:30 p.m. $25 to $636. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

LaFayette. Indigo Girls. Every pair of tickets for this show includes either a digital download or CD of Indigo Girls’ forthcoming album, Look Long (available April 24, 2020). 7 to 10 p.m. $45. Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards, 2708 Lords Hill Rd. (Rt. 80). www.beakandskiff.com.

Sodus Point. Sodus Point Fireworks. Fireworks are set off from the Sodus Bay channel pier. 9:30 p.m. Wall of Fire Around the Bay; 10 p.m. fireworks. www.soduspoint.info.

July 4

Albany. New York State’s 4th of July Celebration. Price Chopper and Market 32 have presented this Albany tradition since the nation’s bicentennial celebration in 1976. Free. 9:15 p.m. 100 S. Mall Arterial, Empire State Plaza. www.empirestateplaza.org.

Alexandria Bay. Fourth of July Fireworks. Annual fireworks display over the historic Boldt Castle. The show begins at dusk, approximately 9:45 p.m. Scenic View Park Pavilion. www.visitalexbay.org. 315-482-9531. info@alexbay.org.

Baldwinsville. PMI event: “Bruce and the USA” event concludes with fireworks. Ticket information online. 7 to 11 p.m. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave. www.creativeconcerts.com.

LaFayette. Old Crow Medicine Show. 7 to 10 p.m. $45. Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards, 2708 Lords Hill Rd. (Rt. 80). www.beakandskiff.com.

Long Lake. 4th of July Celebration. BBQ and other food at the Long Lake Town Beach, Penelope the Clown at 4, Grit N Grace performs from 6:30 until the fireworks show at dusk. Mt. Sabattis Pavilion is the rain location for the fireworks show. Long Lake Town Beach, 1258 Main St. https://mylonglake.com/4th-of-july. 518-624-3077.

Old Forge. Forge Festival of the Arts & Crafts. Fine arts and crafts from more than 55 vendors in an outdoors venue. Sponsored by Adirondack Bank. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Adirondack Bank parking lot, State Route 28. www.viewarts.org. 315-369-6411. info@viewarts.org.

Old Forge. 4 Fourth of July Celebration. Music at the Lakefront and fireworks over Old Forge Pond at dusk. Free. 315-369-6983.

Oswego. Holiday Inn Express/Dig Safely NY Independence ‘Grand Prix’ 100. Novelis Supermodifieds (100), Pathfinder Bank SBS (35), 350 Supermodifieds (30), Sportsman Modified XMR (40). Event Classes: Novelis Supermodifieds, 350 Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank SBS, Asphalt Sport Mods. No outside food, drinks or coolers allowed in the grandstands. Schedule is subject to change. Check website for times and tickets. 300 East Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com. 315-342-0646.

Sackets Harbor. July 4th Fireworks.  The Village of Sackets Harbor sponsors the annual July 4th fireworks at the Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site, starting at 9:30 p.m. 504 West Main St. 315-646-3634. constance.barone@parks.ny.gov.

July 5

Syracuse. The Doobie Brothers. $29.50 to $258. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

Oswego. Oswego’s Independence Celebration: Annual parade through the city and fireworks over the harbor at night. 1 p.m. Free. www.oswegony.org.

Waterloo. Open Barn with The Uptown Groove makes its first appearance at Muranda. The Rochester-based group plays Motown, R&B Soul, Funk, Rock and current Top 40 Pop. Local beer, wine, cider and non-alcoholic beverages, along with Muranda Cheese and Elbita’s Cocina food truck. No outside food or beverage allowed on the property. Buses and large groups should call ahead. 2 to 5 p.m. Free. Muranda Cheese Company, 3075 Route 96.  www.murandacheese.com. 315-246-1457. murandacheese@gmail.com.

July 7

Baldwinsville. Summer Concert Series. Little Queen Band will perform. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. Launch locations include waterways from Oswego, Onondaga, Cayuga, Jefferson, Monroe and Ontario counties. Participants do not have to have a disability to participate. Reservations are required to at least 24 hours before each launch. 315-561-0223.

Watertown. Jefferson County Fair. The longest continuously operating fair in the USA, the Jefferson County Fair was founded in 1817. The fair includes 4-H and livestock shows, competitive exhibits, scarecrow contest, ice cream eating contest, fireman’s parade, arts show, pet show, car show, baking contests, midway entertainment, live music, kid’s activities, vendors, fair food, and much more. 615 W. T. Fields Drive. www.jeffcofair.org.

July 8

Alexandria Bay. Jim Burr & Kathy Sommer. Violinist and pianist play jazz, classical, and more in this community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Oswego. Day Away Historic Sites Excursion: Tentatively scheduled to tour Canandaigua historic sites. Call Oswego County Historical Society for details, 315-343-1342. www.rbhousemuseum.org.

Watertown. Jefferson County Fair. See July 7.

July 9

Oswego. Kevin Davis Memorial Oswego Pro Am and $1k a Day. www.facebook.com/Oswego-Pro-Am-546142425425498.

Watertown. Jefferson County Fair. See July 7.

July 10

Oswego. Kevin Davis Memorial Oswego Pro Am. See July 9

Phoenix. Kids Fishing Derby. Bring your own pole. Prizes for 1st – 4th place. 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Free. Lock Island. BridgehouseBrats.com.

Red Creek. Ol’ Factory Lavender Farm Open House. Lavender picking, ice cream sundaes, lavender labyrinth, picnicking, photo opportunities and more. Limited tickets available; only one ticket per visitor. No admittance without a ticket. Lavender Light ticket includes entry to the farm 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 or 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.; two “you-pick” lavender bundles; serving of herbal tea; and a lavender ice cream sundae for $25. Lavender Light Supreme ticket includes all the above, plus a lavender sachet, potted lavender plant, handcrafted lavender soap and coupons for future use for $35. Add-on packages include more lavender items. See website for details. Tickets on sale online June 1, subject to New York’s re-opening policies. No pets allowed. 12973 Upton Road. www.olfactorysoaps.com. 315-754-8828. www.olfactorysoaps.com.

Syracuse. Tim McGraw: Here on Earth Tour. 7 p.m. $34.50 to $119. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

Syracuse. truTV’s Impractical Jokers: The Scoopski Potatoes Tour. All-new material staring The Tenderloins. 7:30 p.m. $64.50-$305. War Memorial Arena, 800 S. State St. www.oncenter.org. 315-435-8000.

Watertown. Jefferson County Fair. See July 7.

July 11

Oswego. J&S Paving Christmas in July – Pathfinder Bank SBS and 350 Supermodified Twin 20s. Pathfinder Bank SBS Twins (20), 350 Supermodified Twins (20) – SUPERS OFF / ISMA at Jukasa Motor Speedway (Hagersville, ONT). Event Classes: 350 Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank SBS. No outside food, drinks or coolers allowed in the grandstands. Schedule is subject to change. Check website for times and tickets. 300 East Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com. 315-342-0646.

Oswego. Kevin Davis Memorial Oswego Pro Am. See July 9

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Red Creek. Ol’ Factory Lavender Farm Open House. See July 10.

Syracuse. “Shakespeare in Love.” Young Will Shakespeare seeks relief from writer’s block from a lovely muse, Viola. Book by Tom Stoppard, Lee Hall and Marc Norman. 7 p.m. Check website for ticket prices. 201 S. West St. www.theredhouse.org. 315-362-2785.

Watertown. Jefferson County Fair. See July 7.

July 12

Hannibal. 8th Annual 60 for 60 The Mohawk Run. Motorcycle ride supporting the Corporal Kyle Schneider Foundation and Help on the Homefront. Chicken dinner following the ride is included in ticket price. Tickets available at the Hannibal American Legion. Live music from Kickin’ Up Dust. $15 advanced; $20 at the door. American Legion Post #1552, 226 Rochester St.

Oswego. Kevin Davis Memorial Oswego Pro Am. See July 9

Red Creek. Ol’ Factory Lavender Farm Open House. See July 10.

Syracuse. “Shakespeare in Love.” 2 p.m. See July 11.

Waterloo. Open Barn with The Cool Club & The Lipker Sisters. Four veteran musicians, bring jump, jazz, boogie-woogie, rag time and swing together with three younger singers in vocal harmony. Local beer, wine, cider and non-alcoholic beverages, along with Muranda cheese and a food truck. No outside food or beverage allowed on the property. Buses and large groups should call ahead. 2 to 5 p.m. Free. Muranda Cheese Company, 3075 Route 96.  www.murandacheese.com. 315-246-1457. murandacheese@gmail.com.

Watertown. Jefferson County Fair. See July 7.

July 14

Baldwinsville. Summer Concert Series. Custom Taylor Band will perform. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave.

Lewiston. Tedeschi Trucks Band: Wheels of Soul 2020. Featuring St. Paul and the Broken Bones Gabe Dixon. Performing ballads and rock ‘n’ roll. 5:30 to 10 p.m. $24 to $37. 450 S. 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

July 15

Alexandria Bay. Double Barrel Blues Band. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Wayne County. Sodus Pro-Am. Fish Wayne County waters for cash and prizes. www.sodusproam.com.

July 16

Alexandria Bay. Buskers in the Bay. The 5th event includes street performers. Check the website for the complete schedule. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 11 a.m. Free. Market Street. www.visitalexbay.org. 315-482-9531.

Clayton. The 1000 Islands International Charity Poker Run. See July 16. The family-friendly boating event bring people from around the US and Canada to “The Fresh Water Boating Capital of the World.” Food, vendors and silent auction, along with activities on the water and on land. View participating boats and the complete schedule online. The event benefits Make A Wish of Central New York and The River Community Wellness Program for Treatment of Veterans. 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Clayton Harbor Municipal Marina, 301 Webb St. Boat registration for captain and navigator: $750; additional crew member: $175. Free for spectators. www.1000islandsrun.com. 315-686-3771 (Alex Buduson). info@1000islandsrun.com.

Clayton. Town Mountain. Honky-tonk band Town Mountain performs live, featuring guitarist and vocalist Robert Greer, banjoist Jesse Langlais, mandolinist Phil Barker, fiddler Bobby Britt, and Zach Smith on bass. 7:30 p.m. $25 to $35. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Mexico. Mexico Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Firemen’s Field Days.  Food, games and activities. The field will open at 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 16th, with the parade that night at 7 p.m. Bands Friday and Saturday. All–day ride tickets on Saturday.  Mexico Firemen’s Field, 3278 NYS–104, Mexico. www.facebook.com/Mexico-Volunteer-Fire-Department-Inc-412654825449931.

Lewiston. Saints and Sinners Tour 2020. Concert includes Big Wreck, Headstones, Moist, The Tea Party. 5 to 10 p.m. $45 to $50. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Lyons. Peppermint Days Festival. Home of the former H. G. Hotchkiss international essential oil company, this hometown festival features vendors, food trucks, music, museum tours, kids’ activities, a tractor square dance, a parade, and a fireworks celebration on Saturday night. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Free. Church Street Park. www.facebook.com/LyonsPeppermintDays. 800-527-6510.

Skaneateles. Annual Curbstone Festival. Live music, balloon hats, magic shows, 30 merchants with sales and Board & Brush Creative Studio will offer 15-minute “make-and-take” art sessions for $15. No reservations needed, but check times on the website. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free. Downtown Skaneateles, Genesee, Jordan & Fennell streets. www.skaneateles.com. 315-685-0552.

Verona. Ronnie Milsap. Originally April 18. 8 p.m. $40 to $95. Room and show packages starting at $187. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Wayne County. Sodus Pro-Am. See July 15.

July 17

Alexandria Bay. Buskers in the Bay. See July 16.

Baldwinsville. PMI event: Hot Tuna and David Grisman. Ticket information online. 7 to 11 p.m. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave. www.creativeconcerts.com.

Batavia. Skid Row. Heavy metal concert. Line-up includes: 5:30 p.m. Rob Bilson, 7 p.m. Justin Williams and Forward Progress, 8:30 p.m. Skid Row. $10 to $50. Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel, 8315 Park Road. www.bataviadownsgaming.com.

Clayton. The 1000 Islands International Charity Poker Run. See July 16.

Lyons. Peppermint Days Festival. See July 16.

Mexico. Mexico Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Firemen’s Field Days. See July 16.

Ogdensburg. Seaway Festival. 60th Anniversary of the Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival. Family friendly event featuring races, fishing derby, band contest, nightly concerts in the park, car show, duck race, Ogdensburg’s Got Talent competition, huge fireworks display and parade. Check the website for times of events. www.ogdensburgseawayfestival.org. 315-393-3518.

Pultneyville. “Into the Woods.” Directed by Karen Skerrett Smith, Into the Woods weaves together numerous unrelated classic fairy tales in improbable and comedic ways. The stories are all tied together by an original story involving the baker and his wife, who wish to have a child. They meet Cinderella, Jack, Little Red and the Wolf, Rapunzel and more as they go into the woods. What happens when everyone gets what they wish for? Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by James Lapine. Originally directed on Broadway by James Lapine. Box office remains open until one hour before curtain. Online sales end two hours before the curtain. 7:30 p.m. $14 adults; $12 senior citizens 65 and over; $12 students. The Gatesinger Company, Ltd., 4107 Lake Road. www.gateshall.com. 315-589-3326. gatesinger.company.ltd@gmail.com.

Saratoga. 2020 Saratoga Tattoo Expo. Browse local and international tattoo artists. Live music, entertainment and tattoo contests, awards and giveaways. Saratoga Springs City Center, 522 Broadway. www.saratogatattooexpo.com.

Skaneateles. Annual Curbstone Festival. noon to 3 p.m. See July 16.

Waterloo. Brass Transit. Formed in 2008, the Chicago tribute band has toured North America playing hits like “Saturday in the Park,” “25 or 6 to 4,” “If You Leave Me Now,” and “You’re The Inspiration.” 8 p.m. $10-$25. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $25 to $105. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Waterloo. Fireworks. The Seneca County Agricultural Society offers fireworks with fair food for purchase. 9:30 p.m. Free. 100 Swift Sweet. http://senecacountyfairny.com/index.html.

Wayne County. Sodus Pro-Am. See July 15.

July 18

Alexandria Bay. Buskers in the Bay. See July 16.

Baldwinsville. PMI event: “Almost Queen.” Ticket information online. 7 to 11 p.m. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave. www.creativeconcerts.com.

Clayton. 2020 Summer Gathering. Annual community fundraiser for Thousand Islands Land Trust. Food, drinks, live music, and an auction. 6 to 9 p.m. Coyote Moon Vineyards, 17371 County Route 3. https://tilandtrust.org.

Clayton. The 1000 Islands International Charity Poker Run. Run date. See July 16.

Inlet. Arts in the Park. More than 60 vendors will offer their handmade products in Arrowhead Park. Paintings, photography, pottery, jewelry, furniture, clothing, candles, and more. Live music in the afternoon. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Arrowhead Park, 160 State Route 28. www.inletartsinthepark.com. 315-357-5501. http://inletartsinthepark.com.

Mexico. Mexico Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Firemen’s Field Days. See July 16.

Oswego Garrett Dunsmoor Memorial Fundraiser. Live music, games, food, soft drinks and more. Cash bar and raffles. Benefits the Garrett Dunsmoor Memorial Foundation. 2 to 8 p.m. $25 child (15 & under); $40 adult by 7/1/2020 at paypal.me/gdmemorialfoundation. Lake Elizabeth, 779 Co. Rte. 53.

Phoenix. Flip Flops and Firebirds – Kick-off to Summer. Sand volleyball tournament; corn hole tournament; music; food; and more. 1 to 11 p.m. $5 per player. State St. www.phoenixrising13135.com.

Phoenix Annual Blueberry Sale. Fresh blueberries, homemade blueberry baked goods and blueberry gift items. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pre-order fresh berries July 11–17. Barb Dix, 315-695-6641 or bdix9@twcny.rr.com. Schroeppel Historical Society, 486 Main St. www.facebook.com/SchroeppelHistoricalSociety.

Mumford. Civil War Reenactment and Encampment. The Historic Village takes on the guise of a border town battleground. Nearly 1,000 reenactors in authentic Federal and Confederate garb campaign for freedom. Experience artillery demonstrations showcasing the formidable firepower employed on the field and presentations of military troop maneuvers. Inspect both camps to speak with combatants and visit reproduced wartime living conditions. Troops battle through the historic village, commemorating the conflict that claimed more American lives than all other wars combined. Hear stories from the perspectives of African-Americans, Jewish immigrants, refugees, and Canadians who allied with both sides of the conflict. Join us on this important journey through our nation’s history. 9: 30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission on website. Free for GCV&M members. Genesee Country Village and Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road. www.gcv.org. 585-538-6822.

Oswego. Paddlefest 2020. H. Lee White Maritime Museum, 1 W. 1st St. Pier. www.hlwmm.org. 315-342-0480.

Oswego. C’s Beverage Center $10,000 to Win Mr. Novelis Supermodified. 34th Annual $10,000 to Win Mr. Novelis Supermodified (75), 29th Annual $1,500 to Win Mr. Pathfinder Bank SBS (35). Event Classes: Novelis Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank SBS. No outside food, drinks or coolers allowed in the grandstands. Schedule is subject to change. Check website for times and tickets. 300 East Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com. 315-342-0646.

Pultneyville. Into the Woods. See July 17.

Saratoga. 2020 Saratoga Tattoo Expo. See July 17.

Skaneateles. Annual Curbstone Festival. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. See July 16.

Syracuse. “Emma: A Pop Musical” by Eric Price. Emma, a senior at Highbury Prep, is certain she is the perfect matchmaker for her classmates. Based on Jane Austen’s classic novel of the same title. 7 p.m. Check website for ticket prices. 201 S. West St. www.theredhouse.org. 315-362-2785.

Syracuse. Syracuse Nationals. More than 8,000 cars, celebrity guests, giveaways, more than 400 food, automotive and merchandise vendors and fireworks. The largest car show in the Northeast, Syracuse Nationals is a festival with something for everyone. Live music, food, giveaways, a poker run, pin-striping demonstrations and artwork auction, a huge car corral and swap meet, fireworks, a Women’s World expo, and more. The show features street rods and custom, classic, muscle and antique cars. Discounted advance sale one-day child/adult and adult only weekend passes will be available online through the Nationals website. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. $22 adult one-day ticket; $10 child (6-12) one-day ticket; free 5 and younger. 581 State Fair Boulevard. https://syracusenationals.com. 800-753-3978.

Wayne County. Sodus Pro-Am. See July 15.

July 19

Alexandria Bay. Buskers in the Bay. See July 16.

Clayton. The 1000 Islands International Charity Poker Run. See July 16.

Hannibal. Louise Kellogg Concert in the Park. Several bands and a variety of musical styles. Bands TBA. Bring your own seating. Free. 3 to 6 p.m. Hannibal Fireman’s Field, Rochester St., Hannibal. 315-591-3118

Inlet. Arts in the Park. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. See July 18.

Mumford. Civil War Reenactment and Encampment. See July 18.

Old Forge. Motorcycle Ride For Kids 2020. Ride travels through scenic countryside, with police escort, to the mountain village of Old Forge for the Celebration of Life, individual and chapter/club awards presentation and festivities. Event benefits the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. https://team.curethekids.org/event/2020-utica-ride-for-kids/e253178.

Oswego. 32nd Annual Harborfest 5K/10K Run. Kids’ fun run at 8 a.m.; 5K and 10K runs at 8:30 a.m. $25 pre-reg.; $30 day of race; kids’ run $10. Oswego YMCA, 265 W. 1st St., Oswego. https://oswegoymca.org.

Pultneyville. “Into the Woods.” 2:30 p.m. See July 17.

Saratoga. 2020 Saratoga Tattoo Expo. See July 17.

Syracuse. Matchbox Twenty 2020. 7:30 p.m. $36 to $270. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

Syracuse. “Emma: A Pop Musical” by Eric Price. See July 18.

Syracuse. Syracuse Nationals. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. See July 18.

Wayne County. Sodus Pro-Am. See July 15.

July 21

Baldwinsville. Summer Concert Series. The Billionaires will perform. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave.

Canandaigua. Ontario County Fair. Animal exhibitors, midway rides and games, vendors, educational and community displays, competitions, tractor pull, demolition derby, food, and live entertainment. Check the website for grandstand entertainment schedule and tickets. 12 noon to 10 p.m. $10 parking; $5 single occupancy, motorcycles and walk-ins. 2820 Co Rd 10. http://ontariocountyfair.org. 585-394-4987. ontariocountyfair@gmail.com.

Darien Center. The Doobie Brothers 50th Anniversary Tour. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets. 7:30 p.m. $29.50 to $142. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Ogdensburg. Seaway Festival. See July 17.    

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Syracuse. Syracuse Mets play Charlotte. 12 noon See July 20.

July 22

Alexandria Bay. Country Stompers. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Canandaigua. Ontario County Fair. See July 21.

July 23

Canandaigua. Ontario County Fair. See July 21.

Ogdensburg. Seaway Festival. See July 17.    

Oswego. Harborfest. The four-day festival typically attracts approximately 75,000 people annually. Live entertainment, food, arts and crafts vendors, and fireworks. www.oswegoharborfest.com.

Sodus. 12th Annual Brantling Bluegrass Festival. Performers include The Rebekah Long Band, Mountain Highway, Williamson Branch, Barn Floor Goovers, Remington Ryde, the Kevin Prater Band, Beartracks, Mike & Mary Robinson, Gone Fishin’ and Linabelle. Some concerts free. Camping available. Tickets may be purchased at Northern Wayne Auto Parts, 18 W. Main St., Sodus. Ticket information and schedule online. $60 to $480. 4015 Fish Farm Rd. www.brantlingbluegrass.com.

July 24

Batavia. Jonny Lang. Live concert line-up includes: 5:30 p.m. The Bluesway Band, 7 p.m. Wanted by the FBI and 8:30 p.m. Jonny Lang. $10 to $50. Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel, 8315 Park Road. www.bataviadownsgaming.com.

Canandaigua. Ontario County Fair. See July 21.

Marion. Pioneer Gas Engine Show. Features antique gas engines, tractors, farm equipment, displays, demonstrations, farm consignment, auction, antique tractor pull nightly, children’s pedal tractor pull, town tractor pull, food and more. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Marion Town Park, 4072 Park Dr. marionpgea@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/pioneergasengine/posts/2594782820837041.

Ogdensburg. Seaway Festival. See July 17.    

Oswego. Harborfest. See July 23.

Skaneateles. The Antique and Classic Boat Show in Skaneateles. Hosted by the Skaneateles Foundation and the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society, this event highlights the history of Antique and Classic Boats. Water and land displays, three concerts, a boat parade (3 p.m. Saturday), photoshoot and spectator cruise (10 a.m. Sunday aboard the Judge Ben Wiles), children’s activities, demos, shopping, raffles and more. Awards presented in 35 categories, including the People’s Choice Award. Noon Free admission. Clift Park, Skaneateles. www.skaneateles.com/calendar/annual-events/antique-classic-boat-show. 315-685-0552.

Sodus. 12th Annual Brantling Bluegrass Festival. See July 23.

Verona. “Jeff Dunham: Seriously?!” Ventriloquist and comedian Jeff Dunham along with Walter, Peanut, Bubba J., Achmed the Dead Terrorist and a new friend. 8 p.m. $49-$175. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Warrensburg. Smoke Eaters Jamboree. Two evenings of family entertainment including a carnival, rides and games, an auction, booming fireworks, food, live music, and more. 6 p.m. Free. Warrensburg Recreation Field, Library Avenue. 518-623-9766.

July 25

Canandaigua. Ontario County Fair. See July 21.

Cape Vincent. Concert on the Green. Community concert with a variety of different guest musicians. View the full schedule online. Bring your own seating. 4 to 5:30 p.m. Free.  http://www.capevincent.org/concerts.

Darien Center. Backstreet Boys: DNA World Tour. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets. 7:30 p.m. $39 to $299.50. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Glens Falls. The Glens Falls Kiwanis Million Dollar Duck Race & Family Fun Day. Child-friendly activities. First prize for the Million Dollar Duck Race is $2,020, with 50-plus runner-up prizes. Chances to win are $5 each and will be available the day of the race. Proceeds from the Duck Race benefit various community nonprofit organizations in and around the tri-county area including the Glens Falls Kiwanis Foundation. If your duck crosses the line first and is one of the preselected one-per-one-thousand duck numbers in the sealed envelope at the finish line, you win $1,000,000. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Haviland Cove Park, Bush Street.

Marion. Pioneer Gas Engine Show. See July 24.

Ogdensburg. Seaway Festival. See July 17.    

Oswego. Harborfest. See July 23.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Skaneateles. The Antique and Classic Boat Show. See July 24.

Sodus. 12th Annual Brantling Bluegrass Festival. See July 23.

Ticonderoga. StreetFest 2020. Shopping, sidewalk sales, live entertainment, arts and crafts, vendors, food, farmer’s market, and an array of kid’s activities. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. Montcalm Street.

Warrensburg. Smoke Eaters Jamboree. See June 25.

July 26

North Creek. ADK presents: ididaride! Adirondack Bike Tour 2020. Choose from a 55-mile loop or a 23-mile loop beginning in North Creek. Hosted by the Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK). Rest stops with snacks, water provided along the route. SAG (support and gear) wagon and mobile mechanical support provided. Rider packet with map provided at registration. Both a 55-mile loop and a 23-mile loop; Registration varies. 55-mile loop begins at 9 a.m. 23-mile “gravel grinder” loop begins at 10 a.m. 9 a.m. North Creek Ski Bowl, 79 Ski Bowl Road. www.adk.org/play/cycling-information/ididaride.

Ogdensburg. Seaway Festival. See July 17.    

Oswego. Harborfest. See July 23.

Skaneateles. The Antique and Classic Boat Show. See July 24.

July 28

Baldwinsville. Summer Concert Series. Showtime will perform. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave.

Morrisonville. Clinton County Fair. Animal exhibits, food, carnival rides and games and live entertainment, including Buffalo Barfield – “Unherd” of Entertainment, Luau Logan, Michael Blaine, The Marvelous Mutts and Morgan Wallen. See website for complete schedule. $25 to $30. 84 Fair Grounds Rd. www.clintoncountyfair.com.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

July 29

Alexandria Bay. Sydney Irving & Mike McKay. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Lewiston. Bon Iver. 7:30 to 10 p.m. $39.50 to $99.50. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Morrisonville. Clinton County Fair. See July 28.

Seneca Falls. Empire Farm Days. Rodman Lott and Son Farms hosts the Northeast’s largest outdoor farm show, covering 300 acres of event grounds with dealers’ newest equipment, information from agricultural organizations and the latest techniques in agriculture. Equipment demonstrations, agricultural seminars, activities for children, food vendors and giveaways. Golf cart rentals available by calling in advance 888-913-6747 $65 to $155. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $10 parking. Free admission. 2973 State Route 414. https://empirefarmdays.leetradeshows.com. 800-836-2888. kmaring@leepub.com.

July 30

Buffalo. NF – The Search Tour. 7:30 p.m. $45 to $50. Buffalo Riverworks, 359 Ganson St. https://buffaloriverworks.com.

Canandaigua. Tim McGraw: Here on Earth Tour. Performance includes special guests Midland and Ingrid Andress. $5 chair rental to benefit charity or bring your own seating. $20 for access to The Headliner Lounge, an exclusive VIP including access to private restrooms and private bars, one complimentary glass of wine and complimentary snacks. $30 for premium parking off of Lakeshore Drive. Headliner Lounge access and premium parking not included in ticket price. 7 p.m. $34.50 to $1,005. Constellation Brands–Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center: CMAC, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-394-4400.

Morrisonville. Clinton County Fair. See July 28.

Seneca Falls. Empire Farm Days. See July 29.

Syracuse. Daryl Hall & John Oates. 7 p.m.  $29.50 to $585. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

July 31

Binghamton. Spiediefest. Annual event draws more than 100,000 people to watch 50 hot air balloons launch. Live music, vendors, Spiedie Cooking Contest, sand volleyball games and hot air balloon launch. No pets, backpacks, coolers or alcohol allowed. 3 p.m. to dusk. Paid admission. Tickets available online or at the door. $5 to $8 parking. 907 Front St. www.spiediefest.com. 607-765-6604.

Darien Center. The Black Crowes Present: Shake Your Money Maker. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets. 8 p.m. $29 to $750. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Mexico. PIT CRU NY Investigates Casey’s Cottage. Join PIT CRU NY as they investigate paranormal occurrences at Casey’s Cottage. Bring your own equipment or use PIT CRU’s. Snacks and water provided. 7 p.m. to noon $20 per person. 18 and older. Call 315-378-7994 for reservations. Casey’s Cottage, 120 Mexico Point, Dr. www.mexicopointpark.com.

Sterling. Salt City Chill Midsummer Bash at Colloca. Classic rock covers and original music.  7 to 11 p.m. Colloca Estate Winery, 14678 W Bay Rd.

Morrisonville. Clinton County Fair. See July 28.

Seneca Falls. Empire Farm Days. See July 29.

Utica. Get the Led Out. Doors open at 6 p.m.; Show at 8 p.m. $30. Saranac Brewery, 830 Varick St. https://creativeconcerts.com/

Waterloo. Colin Jost. Head writer for “Saturday Night Live” and co-anchor of SNL’s “Weekend Update.” 8 p.m. $15-$75. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $25 to $105. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

AUGUST

Mondays

Phoenix. Music in the Park 2020. An outdoor concert series. Local bands and community organizations selling concessions. 6 to 8 p.m. Free. Henley Park, Lock and State St. http://www.villageofphoenix-ny.gov. 315-695-2801.

Tuesdays and Thursdays

Auburn. City Summer Concert Series. A variety of performers will offer concerts each week through August. Family-friendly movies to follow. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. regardless of location. Free. Tuesdays will be in Hoopes Park, 100 S. Herman Ave; Thursdays will rotate between Market Street Park, Market Street and the Equal Rights Heritage Center, 25 South St. www.facebook.com/events/627094874420778.

Tues., Thurs. & Sat.

Auburn. Auburn Farmer’s Co-op Market. Recurring weekly on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday through Oct. 31. 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 96 State St. www.facebook.com/AuburnFarmersCoOpMarketInc. 315-704-8609.

Wednesdays

Macedon. Wine Wednesdays. Tasting room hours will be extended by half an hour   Wednesdays through Aug. 26. Free games of bocce, cornhole, Yahtzee and more. Happy hour specials. 4 to 8 p.m. Long Acre Farms/JD Wine Cellar, 1342 Eddy Rd. https://longacrefarms.com. 315-986-4202.

Watertown. Farmers Market. Local farm vendors selling fruit, vegetables, crafts and more set up from the Dulles State Office Building Plaza, down Washington Street to the Morgan Stanley Building with an expansion down Sterling Street. Organized by the Watertown Chamber of Commerce.  6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 317 Washington St. www.watertownfarmandcraft.com. 315-788-4400.

Thursdays

Oswego. Oswego Farmers Market. A variety of vendors and live entertainment. 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Free. West First Street, between Bridge and Oneida streets. 315-343-7681.

Fridays

Alexandria Bay. Farmers Market. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Seasonal, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables and more. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. Vendors will set up in the parking lot of Kinney Drugs. 21 State Route 12. 315-482-9531.

Pulaski. Pulaski Farmers Market. Vendors of farm produce and other goods for sale. 4 to 8 p.m. Free. 3 Bridge Street. www.facebook.com/pulaskifarmersmarket. info@pulaskifarmersmarket.org.

Old Forge. Old Forge Farmers Market. 1 to 5 p.m. behind the Old Forge Hardware. 104 Fulton St.

Skaneateles. Skaneateles Community Band Concert. Bring a chair or blanket. Rain location: Skaneateles High School Cafeteria (entrance on East Street). 7:30 p.m. Free. Lakeside Park in Clift Park. 7:30 p.m. 315-685-0552.

Saturdays

Cape Vincent. Concert on the Green. Community concert with a variety of different guest musicians. View the full schedule online. Bring your own seating. 4 to 5:30 p.m. Free.  http://www.capevincent.org/concerts.

Cape Vincent. Cape Street Market. Sponsored by the Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce, the weekly event includes farm produce, craft vendors and flea market items. 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 357 E. Broadway St. www.capevincent.org. 315-654-2481. thecape@tds.net.

Fulton. Fulton Farmers Market. A variety of produce and items for sale, including organic food, baked goods, cheese, arts & crafts, flowers, eggs, herbs, vegetables, honey, jams, and maple. The market accepts credit cards, WIC2 Farmers Market Nutrition Program WIC2 Cash value vouchers, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. Canalview Park & Shop Parking Lot.

Inlet. Live Music in Inlet. Various performers entertain throughout the month. Bring your own seating. Complete schedule listed online. 7 to 9 p.m. Free. Arrowhead Park 160 State Route 28. www.inletny.com/event. 315-357-5501.

Aug. 1

Binghamton. Spiediefest. 6 p.m. to dusk. See July 31.

Morrisonville. Clinton County Fair. See July 28.

Oswego. Best Western PLUS / Quality Inn & Suites Riverfront and A&P Auto 2020 ‘Summer Championship’. Novelis Supermodifieds Summer Championship (60), Pathfinder Bank SBS (35), 350 Supermodifieds (30). Event Classes: Novelis Supermodifieds, 350 Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank SBS. No outside food, drinks or coolers allowed in the grandstands. Schedule is subject to change. Check website for times and tickets. 300 East Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com. 315-342-0646.

Parish. Parish Old Home Day: A country fair feel including demonstrations by local farmers and crafters, community groups and vendors. Musical entertainment and homemade ice cream. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. Corner of Main St. and Railroad St. 315-278-6632.

Sterling. 44th Anniversary Sterling Renaissance Festival. Costumed impersonators, 1500s activities, food, beverages and entertainment, vendors and music. Special events each weekend throughout the season. Check the website for the complete schedule and to buy tickets. Rain or shine.  10 a.m. to 7 p.m. $15.95 to $199.95. 15385 Farden Road. www.sterlingfestival.com.

Stony Creek. Stony Creek Mountain Days. Lumberjack activities and demos, food, vendors and entertainment. More details online. Green Meadows Park, Harrisburg and Lanfear Roads. www.facebook.com/events/968009756904890.

Syracuse. Jasper in Deadland. 2 p.m. Book by Hunter Foster and music by Ryan Scott Oliver. Based on the classic tale of Eurydice with a pop rock score. 7 p.m. Check website for ticket prices. 201 S. West St. www.theredhouse.org. 315-362-2785.

Aug. 2

Binghamton. Spiediefest. 6 p.m. to dusk. See July 31.

Morrisonville. Clinton County Fair. See July 28.

Sterling. 44th Anniversary Sterling Renaissance Festival. See Aug. 1.

Stony Creek. Stony Creek Mountain Days. See Aug. 1.

Syracuse. Jasper in Deadland. 2 p.m. See Aug. 1.

Aug. 4

Baldwinsville. Dark Star Orchestra. 7 p.m. $30 to $60. Paper Mill Island Ampitheatre,136 Spensieri Ave. https://creativeconcerts.com.

Lewiston. Brothers Osborne. Blending country and rock, the Brothers Osborne has released three Grammy-nominated tracks on its debut album Pawn Shop. 6:30 to 10 p.m. $22 to $57. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Aug. 5

Alexandria Bay. Norwood Brass Band. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Glens Falls. Take a Bite. Family-friendly. Restaurants offer small plates priced at $1 to $5 while guests stroll through downtown. Live entertainment and music. 5 to 7 p.m. Downtown Glens Falls.

Jamestown. 30th Annual Lucille Ball Comedy Festival. The National Comedy Center welcomes more than 50 events and 30 artists performing at dozens of venues across Lucille Ball’s hometown, along with events and activities at the National Comedy Center. Past performers included Jerry Seinfeld, John Mulaney, Jay Leno, Trevor Noah, Brian Regan, Amy Schumer, Joan Rivers, Lewis Black, Ellen DeGeneres, Dan Aykroyd, Paula Poundstone, Nick Offerman, Ray Romano, Bob Newhart, The Smothers Brothers, and more. Check the website full schedule and tickets. Various times and admission rates. 203 W 2nd St. www.comedycenter.org. 716-484-2222. tickets@comedycenter.org.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. Oswego County Fairgrounds. Carnival rides and games, live entertainment, fine arts displays, vendors, animal exhibits, and food. 291 Ellisburg St. www.oswegocountyfair.com. 315-806-3938.

Aug. 6

Clayton. Stairway to Zeppelin. Jonathan Johnson, lead singer; Paul O’Connor, lead guitars/vocals; Eric Swanson, bass/vocals; and Jeff Seitz, drummer, form this Led Zepplin tribute band. 7:30 p.m. $20 to $30. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Cortland. 21st Annual Brockway Truck Show. Hosted at venues throughout the city, the event welcomes thousands each year for Brockway Truck history, wine, beer and cider tasting, food, truck parade, exhibits, and more. Brockway Truck Preservation Association, 4386 US Route 11. 607-299-4185. www.facebook.com/brockwaytrucks.

Rochester. Party in the Park. 5 p.m. $7 to $49. Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 353 Court S. www.rochesterevents.com/party-in-the-par.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. See Aug. 5.

Syracuse. Thomas Rhett: The Center Point Road Tour. The performance includes special guests Cole Swindell and Hardy. Concert formerly planned for June 11. 7 p.m. $40.50 to $325. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

Verona. Jordan Davis. Trouble Town Tour with Hailey Whitters. Original date of March 20.  8 p.m. $25-$69. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Aug. 7

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. Family activities, food and entertainment. The Tales from Remikreh will perform sword fighting skirmishes throughout the village and at various Route 12 locations. The event commemorates the exploits of Bill Johnston, a renegade after the Patriot War who blew up the British steamer, Sir Robert Peel and hid among the Thousand Islands. He was hunted by both U.S. and Canadian authorities. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. Alexandria Bay. 315-482-9531.

Amherst. SWING, SWING, SWING! 7:30 p.m. See July 8.

Batavia. The Machine Performs Pink Floyd. Live concert line-up includes: 5:30 p.m. Steelhorse, 7 p.m. Noah’s Reign and 8:30 p.m. The Machine. $10 to $50. Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel, 8315 Park Road. www.bataviadownsgaming.com.

Cortland. 21st Annual Brockway Truck Show. See Aug. 6.

Darien Center. Foreigner: Juke Box Hero Tour 2020. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets. 7 p.m. $18 to $125.50. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Oswego. 8th Annual Oswego Dragon Boat Festival. Live music, BBQ, Heroes Challenge Race, food trucks, games and dragon boat races. Pre-register at 315-342-6082 to race. Free admission. Breitbeck Park, 41 Lake St. www.oswegoymca.org.

Lewiston. Chicago: Live in Concert. 7:30 to 11 p.m. $30 to $129. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Oswego. U-Pull U-Save and JP Jewelers ‘Family Night’ PLUS Old Timer’s Reunion Novelis Supermodifieds (45), Pathfinder Bank SBS (30), Sunoco New York Super Stocks (30). Event Classes: Novelis Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank SBS, NY Super Stock Series. No outside food, drinks or coolers allowed in the grandstands. Schedule is subject to change. Check website for times and tickets. 300 East Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com. 315-342-0646.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. See Aug. 5.

Waterloo. Grand Funk Railroad: Some Kind of Wonderful Tour 2020. Top-selling rock group of the 1970s.  8 p.m. $20 to $72. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Aug. 8

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Clayton. Croce Plays Croce. A.J. Croce plays folk classics by his father, Jim Croce, along with some of this own music and music that influenced them. The show often includes songs such as “Operator,” “You Don’t Mess Around with Jim,” “Workin’ At the Car Wash Blues,” “Rapid Roy (The Stock Car Boy)”, “One Less Set of Footsteps,” “Lovers Cross,” and “Box #10.” A virtuoso piano player, Croce has toured with such esteemed artists as Willie Nelson, Lenny Kravitz, Earth, Wind, and Fire, and B.B. King. 7:30 p.m. $30 to $40. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Cortland. 21st Annual Brockway Truck Show. See Aug. 6.

Jamestown. 30th Annual Lucille Ball Comedy Festival. See Aug. 5.

Oswego. 5th Annual Run for Your Health 5K. Fun community event with activities for the whole family, featuring a 5K walk and run, plus a kids’ fun run (ages 4-12). 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. $25, after July 11 $30. Kids’ fun run free. Seneca Hill Health Complex, 10 Co. Rte. 45A. www.facebook.com/oswegomakeithappen.

Fulton. 8th Annual Charity Ride Benefitting Paws Across Oswego County. Kid-, family- and pet-friendly.  Live entertainment and free vendor showcase and food trucks open to sell 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Charity ride registration at 9 a.m. and kickstands up at 11 a.m. $15 includes ride and food after. VFW Post 569 Memorial Park, 423 Seward St. www.facebook.com/RidnforthePaws.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. See Aug. 5.

Sterling. 44th Anniversary Sterling Renaissance Festival. See Aug. 1.

Syracuse. Disturbed – 20 Anniversary Tour. KROCK presents Disturbed: The Sickness 20th Anniversary Tour with Staind. 7 p.m. $29.50 to $1,150. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

Aug. 9

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Amherst. SWING, SWING, SWING! 2 p.m. See July 8.

Cortland. 21st Annual Brockway Truck Show. See Aug. 6.

Lewiston. Chick Corea & The Spanish Heart Quartet with Rubén Blades. A flamenco-style band with Latin rhythms. Carlitos Del Puerto on bass, Marcus Gilmore on the drums, and percussionist Luisito Quintero are joined by Grammy-winning vocalist Rubén Blades. 7 to 10 p.m. $24 to $37. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. See Aug. 5.

Sterling. 44th Anniversary Sterling Renaissance Festival. See Aug. 1.

Waterloo. Open Barn with Joe Whiting Band. Coming from Skaneateles, the Joe Whiting Band plays rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and soul. Joe Whiting, a Syracuse Music Hall of Fame member, did a three-year world tour with Savoy Brown, toured with Van Halen and received a Grammy nomination. The band includes Terry Quill, Rick Basha, Brian Barrigar and Rich Delfavero. Local beer, wine, cider and non-alcoholic beverages, along with Muranda cheese and a food truck. No outside food or beverage allowed on the property. Buses and large groups should call ahead. 2 to 5 p.m. Free. Muranda Cheese Company, 3075 Route 96.  www.murandacheese.com. 315-246-1457. murandacheese@gmail.com.

Aug. 10

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Darien Center. Disturbed: The Sickness 20th Anniversary Tour With Staind & Bad Wolves.   Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets.  7 p.m. $29.50 to $1,150. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Aug. 11

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Baldwinsville. Summer Concert Series. Off the Reservation will perform. Bring your own seating. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Aug. 12

Alexandria Bay. Midnight Ryders. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Glens Falls. Take a Bite. See Aug. 5.

Aug. 13

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Clayton. Jeremy Stolle of “Phantom of the Opera.” Jeremy Stolle is a recording artist and concert singer currently in the Broadway production of “The Phantom of the Opera.” Recently, he starred in the brand-new Disney theatricals pre-Broadway production of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” directed by Scott Schwartz and written by Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz and Peter Parnil. 7:30 p.m. $25 to $35. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Clyde. Clyde Fire Department. Community Festival & Fireworks. Car show, fireman’s parade on 8/14 at 7 p.m. Carnival, food and fireworks at 9 p.m. on 8/15. Clyde Fireman’s Field, 15 Ford St. www.facebook.com/CLYDEFIRENY.

Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 9.

Hannibal. Hannibal Firemen’s Field Days. Games, rides, live entertainment, food and family fun. Parade Friday at 7 p.m. Hannibal Volunteer Fire Department, 155 Oswego St. hannibalfirecompany.com.

Rochester. Party in the Park. 5 p.m. $7 to $49. Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 353 Court S. www.rochesterevents.com/party-in-the-par.

Syracuse. Jason Aldean. Time and tickets to be announced. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

Aug. 14

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Ballston Spa. 7th Annual Saratoga Balloon and BBQ Festival. Food, live entertainment, shopping, kid’s activities, and balloons. Six bbqchefs, 30 hot air balloons, ready to launch over the Adirondack Mountains and 75 exhibitors of arts, crafts, specialty goods, and more. Full festival schedule online. $8 ages 16-plus; $5 children ages 3-5; free younger than 3. $20 family pass for two adults and two children; $15 adult weekend pass; $7 child weekend pass. Saratoga County Fairgrounds, 162 Prospect St. http://balloonandbbq.com.

Batavia. Puddle of Mudd. Live concert line-up includes: 5:30 p.m. Missing Star, 7 p.m. Rio Bravo and 8:30 p.m. Puddle of Mudd. $10 to $50. Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel, 8315 Park Road. www.bataviadownsgaming.com.

Clyde. Clyde Fire Department. Community Festival & Fireworks. Aug. 13.

Cornwallville. Gavinstock Weekend. Onsite Irish festival headlining Devri, Jaimson, Ray Coleman, The Canny Brothers, TC McCann Band, Kilashandra, and more. Gavin’s Resort & Country Inn, 118 Golden Hill Rd. http://gavinsinn.com. 518-634-2582.

Hannibal. Hannibal Firemen’s Field Days. See Aug. 13.

Rochester. Flour City Brewers Fest. Celebrate New York State craft beer with local food, live music, and more. VIP Admission to the Brewers Fest grants access at one hour early at 5 p.m., special VIP glassware, entry to the VIP Tent with exclusive, unique beers, and gourmet snacks from Chef Steve in the VIP tent. Must be 21 or older to attend, even designated drivers. No children or babies admitted. No strollers, pets, or any outside food/beverage. Portable seating encouraged. Bags may be subject to check by security. Valid ID required to prove 21 or older, even for designated drivers. Tickets available online or at the door. VIP tickets tend to sell out quickly. 6 to 9 p.m. $45 to $50. Rochester Public Market, 280 N. Union St. www.flourcitybrewersfest.com.

Verona. Little River Band. 8 p.m. $35-$99. Room and show packages starting at $224. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. https://reallittleriverband.com. 800-771-7711.

Aug. 15

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Clyde. Clyde Fire Department Community Festival. See Aug. 13.

Cornwallville. Gavinstock Weekend. See Aug. 14.

Hannibal. Hannibal Firemen’s Field Days. See Aug. 13.

LaFayette. The Decemberists with Fruit Bats. 7 to 10 p.m. $45. Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards, 2708 Lords Hill Rd. (Rt. 80). www.beakandskiff.com.

Oswego. Kids’ Pirate Day. Games, vessel tours, a scavenger hunt and treasure are some of the pirating fun kids will enjoy. Designed for ages 2-11 years old. Pirate garb is encouraged. Refreshments available to purchase. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission TBD.  H. Lee White Maritime Museum, 1 W. 1st St. Pier. www.hlwmm.org.

Mumford. Fiddler’s Fair. More than 100 musicians on five stages for a weekend of non-stop fiddling, from folk to jazz fusion, French-Canadian traditions to Irish, and bluegrass to rock. Rain or shine. Times and admission on website. Free for GCV&M members. Genesee Country Village and Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road. www.gcv.org. 585-538-6822.

Oswego. Barlow’s Concessions ‘Road to the Championship’ Novelis Supermodifieds (50), Pathfinder Bank SBS (30), 350 Supermodifieds (25). Event Classes: Novelis Supermodifieds, 350 Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank SBS. No outside food, drinks or coolers allowed in the grandstands. Schedule is subject to change. Check website for times and tickets. 300 East Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com. 315-342-0646.

Sterling. 44th Anniversary Sterling Renaissance Festival. See Aug. 1.

Syracuse. John Edward. A medium author and lecturer, John Edward, star of “Syfys Crossing Over” with John Edward, offers a psychic presentation. This performance was originally scheduled for May 30, 2020. Any tickets for the original show will be valid for this new date.  Any ticketholders for the original date who are unable to attend should contact the original point of purchase for assistance. 6 p.m. $69-$79 Mulroy Civic Center Theaters, 800 S. State St. www.oncenter.org. 315-435-8000.

Aug. 16

Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days. See Aug. 7.

Clyde. Clyde Fire Department. Community Festival & Fireworks. Aug. 13.

Fulton. 8th Ridin’ for the Paws Annual Charity Benefit. Vendors, food trucks, charity motorcycle/car ride ($15 registration starts at 9 a.m., ride at 11 a.m., followed by complimentary food), live entertainment donated by Wired for Sound. Proceeds from this family- and pet-friendly event to benefit Paws Across Oswego County. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. VFW Post 569, Memorial Park, 423 Seward St. www.facebook.com/events/198785034596273.

Mumford. Fiddler’s Fair. See Aug. 15.

Oswego. Annual Richardson-Bates House Summer Family Fun Day. Fun period games with prizes, ice cream sundaes, scavenger hunt and museum tours. 1 to 4 p.m. Free. Minimal fee for tickets to play games. Richardson-Bates House Museum, 135 E. 3rd St., Oswego. www.rbhousemuseum.org.

Sterling. 44th Anniversary Sterling Renaissance Festival. See Aug. 1.

Syracuse. Goo Goo Dolls – Miracle Pill Summer Tour. 7 p.m. $29.50 to $1,050. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheatre at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100.

Syracuse. “Once.” A musical Irish love story based upon the indie film. Nominated for 11 Tony Awards and winner of eight, including Best Musical. Runs through Oct. 4/ Call for show dates, times and ticket prices. 820 East Genesee St. www.syracusestage.org. 315-443-3275. info@syracusestage.org.

Waterloo. Open Barn with Zydecorp. Band members include B. Leo, Joe Calabrese, Josh Decker, and Paul Crowley. Accordion-driven dance music inspired by the amazing past and present South Louisiana Creole Zydeco musicians. Local beer, wine, cider and non-alcoholic beverages, along with Muranda cheese and a food truck. No outside food or beverage allowed on the property. Buses and large groups should call ahead. 2 to 5 p.m. Free. Muranda Cheese Company, 3075 Route 96.  www.murandacheese.com. 315-246-1457. murandacheese@gmail.com.

Aug. 18

Frankfort. Herkimer County Fair. Arts and crafts, demolition derby horse show, pageants, talent showcase, tractor and truck pulls, vendors, carnival games and rides and animal exhibits. $10 adults (over 12); $3 children (5-12); under 5 (free). 135 Cemetery St. www.herkimercountyfair.org. 315-895-7464. info@herkimercountyfair.org.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Aug. 19

Alexandria Bay. Magical Mystery Tour. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Darien Center. Incubus With 311. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets. 6:45 p.m. $29.50 to $630. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Frankfort. Herkimer County Fair. See Aug. 18.

Glens Falls. Take a Bite. See Aug. 5.

Aug. 20

Frankfort. Herkimer County Fair. See Aug. 18.

Aug. 21

Batavia. Vince Neil. Front man of Motley Crue performs live. Concert line-up includes: 5:30 p.m. Savage Cabbage, 7 p.m. The Time Britt Band and 8:30 p.m. Vince Neil. $10 to $50. Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel, 8315 Park Road. www.bataviadownsgaming.com.

Darien Center. Goo Goo Dolls: The Miracle Pill Summer Tour. Rain or shine. Each ticket purchased for a concert at the Amphitheater will include complimentary, same-day admission into Darien Lake Theme Park, when the concert occurs during Theme Park operating schedule, except for complimentary concert tickets.  7 p.m. $ 25 to $800. Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, 9993 Alleghany Road. www.sixflags.com/darienlake/special-events/concert.

Fulton. 10th Annual Hunter Arms Homecoming Weekend. 10th Annual Hunter Arms Homecoming Weekend. Collectors, shooters, and history buffs gather and share information about LC Smith and Hunter Arms guns and the company that made them famous. JW Pratt House Museum, 177 S. 1st St., Fulton and Pathfinder Fish & Game Club, 116 Crescent Rd. www.facebook.com/pratthousemuseum.

Frankfort. Herkimer County Fair. See Aug. 18.

Norwich.  Chenango Blues Festival. Live music includes Jimmie Vaughan, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Zac Harmon, Horojo Trio, Chris O’Leary Band, Castro Coleman, Angel Forrest, and more. Check the website for times and a complete list of performers. Gates open at 4 p.m.  $30 advanced; $40 at the door; free 17 and younger (must be accompanied by an adult). Parking: freewill donation of shelf-stable goods for a food pantry. Chenango County Fairgrounds, 168 East Main St. www.chenangobluesfest.org.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. More than one million people each year experience this 18-day celebration of agriculture, food, exhibits, entertainment and fun. The New York State Fair’s 173rd edition will showcase thousands of animals, hundreds of commercial attractions, midway rides and dozens of big-name entertainers. Many special admission dates are listed at https://nysfair.ny.gov/your-visit/special.  7 a.m. to 10 p.m. $5 at the gate; $3 online; free children 12 and younger and with any ticket from a 2020 concert at the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview. $5 parking. 581 State Fair Boulevard. www.nysfair.ny.gov. 315-487-7711. newyorkstatefair@agriculture.ny.gov.

Aug. 22

Buffalo. Buffalo Funk Fest. Annual Tribute Concert to Buffalo’s own Rick James – free and open to the public. P-Funk Connection. 3 to 10 p.m. Free. LaSalle Park, 1 Porter Avenue. www.facebook.com/events/499287037671554.

Clayton. Hotel California. A tribute band to The Eagles, Hotel California has toured from ‘80s until today, sharing stages with The Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gretchen Wilson, REO Speedwagon and more. 7:30 p.m. $30 to $35. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Fulton. 10th Annual Hunter Arms Homecoming Weekend. See Aug. 21.

Frankfort. Herkimer County Fair. See Aug. 18.

Norwich.  Chenango Blues Festival. See Aug. 21.

Oswego. Skip’s Fish Fry/CME Electrical Supply ‘TEAL PALACE’ $5 Track Championship Night. Novelis Supermodified Championship (60), Pathfinder Bank SBS Championship (35), 350 Supermodified Championship (30). Event Classes: Novelis Supermodifieds, 350 Supermodifieds, Pathfinder Bank SBS No outside food, drinks or coolers allowed in the grandstands. Schedule is subject to change. Check website for times and tickets. 300 East Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com. 315-342-0646.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Verona. Rodney Atkins Original date of April 17. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Waterloo. Johnny Rivers. Grammy Award-winning rocker with 17 Gold records and more than 30 million records sold performs in concert. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $15 to $75. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Aug. 23

Canandaigua. Thomas Rhett: The Center Point Road Tour. Performance includes special guests Cole Swindell and Hardy. $5 chair rental to benefit charity or bring your own seating. $20 for access to The Headliner Lounge, an exclusive VIP including access to private restrooms and private bars, one complimentary glass of wine and complimentary snacks. $30 for premium parking off of Lakeshore Drive. Headliner Lounge access and premium parking not included in ticket price. 7:30 p.m. $46.50 to $331. Constellation Brands–Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center: CMAC, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-394-4400.

Frankfort. Herkimer County Fair. See Aug. 18.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Aug. 24

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Aug. 25

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Aug. 26

Alexandria Bay. Sam & Sissy. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Clayton. Bill Anderson. Known as “Whispering Bill,” Bill Anderson has become a million-selling recording artist many times over. Bill has been voted Songwriter Of The Year six times, Male Vocalist Of The Year, half of the Duet Of The Year with both Jan Howard and Mary Lou Turner, has hosted and starred in the Country Music Television Series Of The Year, seen his band voted Band Of The Year, and in 1975 was voted membership in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. He has also received membership in Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame. 7:30 p.m. $40 to $50. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Aug. 27

Alexandria Bay. Rockin’ the Bay. Classic rock and classic car weekend features a classic car rally (registration at 9 a.m. on James St), live music (7 to 10 p.m.), and car show (10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday). No entry fees. James Street. 315-482-9531.

Lewiston. Wilco + Sleater-Kinney with NNAMDÏ.  6 to 10 p.m. $60 to $65. 450 South 4th St. www.artpark.net. 716-754-4375.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Aug. 28

Alexandria Bay. Rockin’ the Bay. See Aug. 27.

Batavia. Steve Augeri. Former lead vocalist of Journey performs live. Concert line-up includes: 5:30 p.m. Five 14, 7 p.m. Carl Dixon and 8:30 p.m. Steve Augeri. $10 to $50. Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel, 8315 Park Road. www.bataviadownsgaming.com.

Macedon. Mafia Marriage Murder Mystery Dinner. Long Acre Farms and JD wine Cellars hosts a 1920’s-theme “married to the mob” event. Ticket includes appetizers, buffet dinner, murder mystery show and cash bar. This event will take place in the farm’s Red Party Barn. Guests are encouraged to dress up in the style of the 1920s, such as flapper dresses, feather boas, pinstriped and zoot suits. 18 years-plus only. JD Wine Cellars Case Club Members receive a $5 discount on tickets. Maximum two discounted tickets per membership. Reservations required. 5:30 to 9 p.m. $55 per person or $400 to reserve a full table of 8. 1342 Eddy Rd. https://longacrefarms.com. 315-986-4202.

Saratoga Springs. The 22nd Annual Travers Wine & Craft Beer Tasting. Live music, food, fine wines and craft beers, a variety of auction items, chance raffle, wine pull, live auction, and more. Benefits LifePath (formerly Senior Services of Albany). 6 to 10 p.m. Cost varies. The Lodge at Saratoga Casino Hotel, 1 Nelson Avenue. https://lifepathny.com/support-us/fundraisers/travers-wine-gala.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Aug. 29

Alexandria Bay. Rockin’ the Bay. See Aug. 27.

Buffalo. Chalkfest Buffalo 2020. Event for chalk artists and spectators. The theme is 1980s horror/movies/music. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Buffalo Riverworks, 359 Ganson St. https://buffaloriverworks.com.

Canandaigua. Steve Martin & Martin Short: The Funniest Show in Town At The Moment. Performance with special guests Paul Shaffer and The Steep Canyon Rangers. $5 chair rental to benefit charity or bring your own seating. $20 for access to The Headliner Lounge, an exclusive VIP including access to private restrooms and private bars, one complimentary glass of wine and complimentary snacks. $30 for premium parking off of Lakeshore Drive. Headliner Lounge access and premium parking not included in ticket price. 8 p.m. $29.50 to $356. Constellation Brands–Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center: CMAC, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-394-4400.

Clayton. Orchestra of Northern New York. Highlights include music from Swan Lake, My Fair Lady, Polovtsian Dances, Slavonic Dances, Dances with Wolves and other favorites! The Orchestra will be joined by soloists form the world-renowned Crane School of Music Vocal Artist Facility. 7:30 p.m. $20 to $35. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Glens Falls. LARAC Arts Festival.  Rescheduled from June 13 to 14. LARAC draws crowds of over 15,000 and features about 200 exhibitors offering shoppers a variety of products such as jewelry, home items, food items, fine art, textiles and garden decorations. Includes nonprofit booths, arts demonstrations, children’s activities, food concessions, and live entertainment by local musicians. Rain or Shine. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Downtown Glens Falls City Park.  http://www.larac.org. 518-798-1144.

Mannsville. 6th Annual Deerfly Trail Race. Join 25K, 10K, and 5K trail races through scenic Winona State Forest. Post-race taco bar for participants and family, special awards for kids 12 and under. 9 a.m. CCC Camp, Co. Rte. 90. http://www.winonaforest.com/deer-fly.html. shaun_griffith@yahoo.com.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Aug. 30

Alexandria Bay. Rockin’ the Bay. See Aug. 27.

Buffalo. Chalkfest Buffalo 2020. See Aug. 29.

Glens Falls. LARAC Arts Festival. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. See Aug. 29.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Aug. 31

Canandaigua. Kiss: End of the Road World Tour: The Final Tour Ever. Performance with special guest David Lee Roth. $5 chair rental to benefit charity or bring your own seating. $20 for access to The Headliner Lounge, an exclusive VIP including access to private restrooms and private bars, one complimentary glass of wine and complimentary snacks. $30 for premium parking off of Lakeshore Drive. Headliner Lounge access and premium parking not included in ticket price. 7:30 p.m. $40 to $819. Constellation Brands–Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center: CMAC, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-394-4400.

Oswego. 33rd Annual Oswego Health Golf Tournament. Charity event for the Oswego Health Foundation to support local health care. Competitive and non-competitive divisions. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. $300. Oswego Country Club, 610 W. 1st St. www.oswegohealth.org/foundation/events/golf-tournament

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

SEPTEMBER

Tues., Thurs. & Sat.

Auburn. Auburn Farmer’s Co-op Market. Recurring weekly on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday through Oct. 31. 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 96 State St. www.facebook.com/AuburnFarmersCoOpMarketInc. 315-704-8609.

Wednesdays

Watertown. Farmers Market. Local farm vendors selling fruit, vegetables, crafts and more set up from the Dulles State Office Building Plaza, down Washington Street to the Morgan Stanley Building with an expansion down Sterling Street. Organized by the Watertown Chamber of Commerce.  6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 317 Washington St. www.watertownfarmandcraft.com. 315-788-4400.

Thursdays

Moravia. Moravia Farmers Market. Recurring weekly on Thursdays through the end of October. Produce, crafts, baked goods, honey, soap and more. Kinney’s Parking Lot, 130 Main St. www.facebook.com/MoraviaFarmersMarket. 315-496-2235.

Oswego. Oswego Farmers Market. A variety of vendors and live entertainment. 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Free. West First Street, between Bridge and Oneida streets. 315-343-7681.

Fridays

Alexandria Bay. Farmers Market. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Seasonal, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables and more through Sept. 18. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. Vendors will set up in the parking lot of Kinney Drugs. 21 state Route 12. 315-482-9531.

Pulaski. Pulaski Farmer’s Market. Vendors of farm produce and other goods for sale. 4 to 8 p.m. Free. 3 Bridge Street. www.facebook.com/pulaskifarmersmarket. info@pulaskifarmersmarket.org.

Old Forge. Old Forge Farmers Market. 1 to 5 p.m. behind the Old Forge Hardware. 104 Fulton St.

Saturdays

Fulton. Fulton Farmers Market. A variety of produce and items for sale, including organic food, baked goods, cheese, arts & crafts, flowers, eggs, herbs, vegetables, honey, jams, and maple. The market accepts credit cards, WIC2 Farmers Market Nutrition Program WIC2 Cash value vouchers, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. Canalview Park & Shop Parking Lot.

Weekends

Macedon. Long Acre Farms opens for fall activities beginning Sept. 19. The one-price ticket includes unlimited access at Fall Festival Weekends, including the Amazing Maize Maze, Animal Tracks Maze, Back 40 Adventure, unlimited Wagon Rides and Cow Train Rides. Not included in price: gemstone panning, corn cannon. The Back 40 Adventure (opening Labor Day) includes Jumping Pillow, Tire Mountain, Tug of War, Pedal Carts, Mini Alphabet Maze, Giant Slide, Basketball Hoop, Tetherball, Paint with Water, Rock Wall, Sandbox, Swings, Puzzle Games, Rope Spider Web, Pumpkin Jumping Pad, Tunnel Tubes, Rope Ladder/Slide, Cornhole, Board Walkers and Hula Hoops. The farm offers Moonlight Maze tours ($13 to $15), pumpkins for sale, farm market, ice cream shop, wood-fired pizza and gift shop. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Adjacent to JD Wine Cellar. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $13 ages 3-plus; $10 grandparents with paying grandchild(ren); free under 3; 1342 Eddy Rd. https://longacrefarms.com. 315-986-4202.

Sept. 1

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Sept. 2

Alexandria Bay. Ferguson and Rodgers. Community concert at the Scenic View Park Pavilion. Bring your own seating. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Clayton. Capitol Steps. Although not all the current members of the Steps are former Capitol Hill staffers, taken together, the performers have worked in a total of 18 Congressional offices and represent 62 years of collective House and Senate staff experiences. Since they began, the Capitol Steps have recorded more than 35 albums, including their latest Mock the Vote. They’ve been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC and PBS, and can be heard twice a year on National Public Radio stations nationwide during their Politics Takes a Holiday radio special. 7:30 p.m. $40 to $55. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Sept. 3

Clayton. Capitol Steps. See Sept. 2.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Sept. 4

Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. The four-day music festival features waterfront views, blues music, crafts fair (from Sept. 5 to 6, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and food. Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 6 p.m. Free. Upper James Street in downtown Alexandria Bay. 315-482-9531.

Clayton. Sawyer Fredricks. Nineteen-year-old folk/blues singer-songwriter Sawyer Fredericks, hailing from his family’s farm in central New York State, went on to win season 8 of NBC’s The Voice. His style incorporates elements of blues, roots rock and jazz with live instrumental arrangements throughout. 7:30 p.m. $20 to $30. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Sept. 5

Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. See Sept. 4.

Buffalo. National Buffalo Wing Festival. Entering its 18th year, this event in Buffalo is recognized as one of the best festivals in the country. More than 70,000 people from all 50 states and 64 countries attend the National Buffalo Wing Festival. Includes over 100 flavors of wings, competitive eating competitions, amateur cook-offs, pageants and wing-centric events like bobbing for wings.12 to 9 p.m. $5. One James D. Griffin Plaza, 275 Washington St. 716-846-2000.

Cape Vincent. Concert on the Green. Community concert with a variety of different guest musicians. View the full schedule online. Bring your own seating. 4 to 5:30 p.m. Free.  http://www.capevincent.org/concerts.

Cape Vincent. Cape Street Market. Sponsored by the Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce, the weekly event includes farm produce, craft vendors and flea market items. 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 357 E. Broadway St. www.capevincent.org. 315-654-2481. thecape@tds.net.

Phoenix. Free adaptive kayak paddling. See July 7.

Redfield. Redfield Old Home Days. 6 p.m. parade. 7 to 10 p.m. music by Still Kickin’. 12 noon to 11 p.m. 4879 Co. Rte. 17, Redfield.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Verona. Gone West. Featuring Colbie Caillat. 8 p.m. $39 to $99. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. www.gonewestmusic.com. 800-771-7711.

Sept. 6

Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. See Sept. 4.

Buffalo. National Buffalo Wing Festival. 12 noon to 7 p.m. See Sept. 5.

Old Forge. CAP-PY Duck Derby. Watch as 3,000 rubber ducks sail down the Moose River. Many great prizes from local sponsors. Sponsored by CAP-21. http://cap-21.org/ or www.cap-21.org 315-369-3353.

Old Forge. Labor Day Weekend Celebration. Music, automobile raffle and fireworks over the Old Forge Pond. 315-369-6983.

Redfield. Redfield Old home Days. noon to 11 p.m. See Sept. 5.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 21.

Sept. 7

Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. See Sept. 4.

Syracuse. The 2020 Great New York State Fair. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. See Aug. 21.

Watertown. Farmers Market. Local farm vendors selling fruit, vegetables, crafts and more set up from the Dulles State Office Building Plaza, down Washington Street to the Morgan Stanley Building with an expansion down Sterling Street. Organized by the Watertown Chamber of Commerce.  6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 317 Washington St. www.watertownfarmandcraft.com. 315-788-4400.

Sept. 9

Charlotte. Big Band Dance Series Featuring Gateswingers. The Al Bruno Trio plays from 6 p.m. to 7:05 p.m., followed by the featured band from 7:05 to 8:50 p.m. $2. Roger Robach Community Center, Ontario Beach Park, Lake Avenue & Beach Avenue. www.facebook.com/21mcparks. 585-865-3320.

Sept. 10

Binghamton. Luma. Downtown Binghamton architecture provides a canvas for an art show through video projection, 3-D computer animation, live performers and moving lights. About 30,000 people attend annually. Two features require advanced tickets; other features are free.  www.lumafestival.com.

Sept. 11

Binghamton. Luma. See Sept. 10.

Geneva. Melissa Etheridge 2020 Tour. 8 p.m. $45 to $175. Smith Center for the Arts, 82 Seneca St. 315-781-5483. www.thesmith.org.boxoffice@thesmith.org.

Fulton. Trash-2-Treasure Yard Sale. One person’s trash might be someone else’s treasure. Proceeds from the yard sale benefit the museum. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. JW Pratt House Museum, 177 S. 1st St. 315-598-4616. www.facebook.com/pratthousemuseum.

Phoenix. 9/11 Vigil. Ceremony commemorating the 19th anniversary of the 9/11/2001 tragedy. Please bring your own seating and candles. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Henley Park, 55 State St. BridgehouseBrats.com.

Old Forge. Adirondack 90 Miler Canoe Race. A three-day paddling event following the original “highways of the Adirondacks” the inter-connected lakes, rivers ponds and carries from Old Forge to Saranac Lake. Preregistration is required. There are solo, tandem, 4-person and Voyageur canoes, solo and tandem kayaks and Adirondack guide boats. There is a 250-boat limit. There are both competitive and “Open Touring” classes. Entry fee: $200 per person for solo boats; $175 per person for tandem boats and C-4 paddlers; $150 per person for Voyageur Canoe paddlers (AWA members get $25 discount). 518-891–2744. adirondack90miler@gmail.com.

Old Forge. Old Forge Ky-Tri. Each event is its own stand-alone event, combined they make up the Old Forge Ky-Tri. Choose kayak, biking or running, two or all three events for a weekend of fitness and fun. The Ky-Tri will be part of the Old Forge Marathon weekend with more than 1,000 athletes from all over the USA. The 3.3-mile kayak event will be held on Friday, Sept. 11 starting at 3 p.m. The kayak event will start/finish at the Old Forge Public Beach located on Lakeview Ave in Old Forge (near the Visitor Center).  www.facebook.com/events/1307234472798005.

Old Forge. Old Forge Marathon. The full marathon, half marathon, 10K and 5K all take place on established bike trails (snowmobile in the winter) that run between the northeast portion of Old Forge, just north of Water Safari, and work their way towards Eagle Bay. The trail course is mostly gravel and dirt roads. For the second year, a 10K race will take place on Friday, the day before the big event. Do the 10K as a solo event or run the 10K on Friday and the half or full marathon on Saturday for the 2-Day Loon Challenge experience and of course earn some extra swag. A portion of the race proceeds will benefit Old Forge HS Key Club and other local area benefactors. www.facebook.com/events/583218149129490.

Oswego. Kids Fall Festival. Kids’ fun day, featuring decorating scarecrows, crafts, snacks, apple-picking, games, face painting and an inflatable slide. Presented by the Oswego City-County Youth Bureau. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. Curtis Manor, 10 Mark FitzGibbons Dr. https://youthbureau.oswegocounty.com. 315-349-3451.

Oswego. Oswego Music Hall presents Loren Barringar & Co. Guitar duets along with vocal music. Meet & greet the SAMMY Award winner at 6:30 p.m. Family-friendly. Wheelchair accessible. 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. $16 pre-sale/$19 at door; students $10; under 16 half-price; under 5 free. Oswego Music Hall, McCrobie Civic Center, 41 Lake St. www.oswegomusichall.org.

Sept. 12

Alexandria Bay. Otter Creek 5K Family Fun Run. Thousands Island Land Trust and Hearts For Youth Inc. (HFY) host this family-friendly as fundraiser in support of youth, nature and health of the Thousand Islands Region. 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. $10 pre-registration; $15 day of event; free kids under 12. Otter Creek Preserve, Route 26. https://tilandtrust.org.

Auburn. CNY TomatoFest. Since its inception in 1985, TomatoFest has raised over $300,000 and collected more than 13,000 canned goods to help feed the hungry through donations to participating area food pantries. All food pantries receiving donations from TomatoFest are affiliated with the Central New York Food Bank. Every $1 provides an entire meal. Last year, 873,148 meals were provided in Cayuga County. The 12th annual event includes raffle baskets, 50/50 raffle, craft vendors, local produce and flowers, activities, food and live entertainment. Volunteers will be collecting donations at the entry points on Genesee, State and Exchange streets. Free parking at 1 Lincoln St. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free. Downtown Auburn. www.cnytomatofest.org.

Baldwinsville. PMI event: “Highly Suspect.” Ticket information online. 7 p.m. Paper Mill Island Amphitheater, Spensieri Ave. www.creativeconcerts.com.

Binghamton. Luma. See Sept. 10.

Buffalo. Gordon Lightfoot: 80 Years Strong Tour. Gordon Lightfoot has recorded 20 albums and has five Grammy nominations. His songs have been aired regularly for over 50 years. 8 p.m. $38 to $89. Kleinhans Music Hall, 3 Symphony Circle. https://kleinhansbuffalo.org. 716-885-5000.

Cape Vincent. Cape Street Market. Sponsored by the Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce, the weekly event includes farm produce, craft vendors and flea market items. 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 357 E. Broadway St. www.capevincent.org. 315-654-2481. thecape@tds.net.

Fulton. Trash-2-Treasure Yard Sale. See Sept. 11.

Fulton. City-Wide Garage Sales. A series of garage sales in neighborhoods throughout the city of Fulton. Contact the mayor’s office for information. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 315-592-7333.

Glens Falls. FitFest. Sample fitness classes, interactive demonstrations, fun contests, music, giveaways, samples, children’s activities, and information about organizations and services. FitFest showcases the health, fitness, and wellness organizations in the community. 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Free. Glens Falls City Park, 167 Glen St.

Old Forge. Adirondack 90 Miler Canoe Race. See Sept. 11.

Old Forge. Old Forge Ky-Tri. See Sept. 11.

Old Forge Marathon. See Sept. 11.

Old Forge. The Forge 26.2 Gravel Grinder. The race will be a timed event with overall winners. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Race start will be a Trail entrance at Rt 28/Herreshoff Rd. just past the Railroad Bridge. Race will end at the George T. Hiltebrandt Rec Center, 201 North St.  www.facebook.com/events/609711599790277.

Oswego. Kids Fall Festival. Kids’ fun day, featuring decorating scarecrows, crafts, snacks, apple-picking, games, face painting and an inflatable slide. Presented by the Oswego City-County Youth Bureau. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. Curtis Manor, 10 Mark FitzGibbons Dr. https://youthbureau.oswegocounty.com. 315-349-3451.

Oswego. Oswego Music Hall presents Loren Barringar & Co. Guitar duets along with vocal music. Meet & greet the SAMMY Award winner at 6:30 p.m. Family-friendly. Wheelchair accessible. 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. $16 pre-sale/$19 at door; students $10; under 16 half-price; under 5 free. Oswego Music Hall, McCrobie Civic Center, 41 Lake St. www.oswegomusichall.org.

Rochester. M&T Bank Clothesline Festival. Rochester’s largest exhibit of artists and makers showcases the work of 400-plus artists nationwide and regularly attracts 20,000 attendees. Family activities, craft beverages, food, sand mandalas and live entertainment. M&T Bank Clothesline Festival stamp includes museum admission, a $15 value. Pets not permitted. Rain or shine. Free shuttles 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Gleason Works University Lot. Bicyclists should enter at Prince Street where there’s a self-service bike rack. Cash only. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $5; MAG members $4; free 10 and younger, accompanied by an adult. Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Ave. https://mag.rochester.edu.

Sept. 13

Alexandria Bay. 7th Annual Rollin’ Street Thunder Hogs and Rods Show. 50s The “people’s choice” classic car and classic bike show includes a ‘50s and ‘60s theme and music. Show set-up starts at 9 a.m.  Show is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration $10. Market St. 315-482-9531 or 315-771-1435.

Fulton Lions Club Duck Derby. During this long-standing fundraiser, numbered rubber ducks are sold then dropped into the Oswego River. The first 30 picked out are awarded cash prizes. Live entertainment, face painting, food, and more. 12 to 5 p.m. Canal Park, Fulton. fultonlionsclub.com.

Old Forge. Adirondack 90 Miler Canoe Race. See Sept. 11.

Oswego. Walking Tour of Oak Hill Historic District. Oswego County Historian Justin White leads a walking tour that will take you to some of the most historic buildings in the Oak Hill district. Meet at the corner of E. 5th and E. Oneida Streets., near Trinity Catholic School. 1:30 p.m. Free. www.rbhousemuseum.org.

Rochester. M&T Bank Clothesline Festival. See Sept. 12.

Syracuse. Baby Shark Live. Baby Shark and his friend Pinkfong sing and dance to the title song, Five Little Monkeys, Wheels on the Bus, Jungle Boogie, Monkey Banana Dance and more. This performance was originally scheduled for May 28, 2020. Tickets for the original show will be valid for this new date. Ticketholders for the original date who are unable to attend should request refunds at the original point of purchase. Mulroy Civic Center Theaters, 800 S. State St. 3 p.m. $27-$47. www.BabySharkLive.com.

Sept. 15

Rochester. Fringe Festival. Since its debut in 2012, the festival has drawn more than a half million visitors from all over the world to over 3,600 diverse performances and events. The 2019 Fringe’s 12 days were packed with more than 650 performances and events–more than 200 of which were entirely free—featuring international, national, and local acts across dozens of disciplines such as music, comedy, theater, dance, film and non-conventional shows that blend genres. Performances vary in time, venue and admission cost. Check the website for a complete schedule. https://rochesterfringe.com.

Sept. 16

Charlotte. Big Band Dance Series Featuring Greece Jazz Band. The Al Bruno Trio plays from 6 p.m. to 7:05 p.m., followed by the featured band from 7:05 to 8:50 p.m. $2. Roger Robach Community Center, Ontario Beach Park, Lake Avenue & Beach Avenue. www.facebook.com/21mcparks. 585-865-3320.

Indian Lake. The Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show. Rustic art, camp furniture, hunting and fishing antiques, boats, taxidermy, antlers, and more at one of the largest antique shows in northern New York. Route 28. www.adirondackexperience.com/indian-lake/adirondack-mountains-antiques-show.

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Sept. 17

Indian Lake. The Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show. See Sept. 16.

Queensbury. Adirondack Balloon Festival 2020. Hundreds of hot air balloons take to the sky at the 48th Annual Adirondack Balloon Festival. There will be balloons of all shapes and sizes. Watch from the ground as they take off into the sky or go for a ride. Check the website for the Balloon Festival schedule. All Balloon Festival events are weather permitting and non-smoking. No dogs, drones, or remote-control aircrafts are allowed at any Balloon Festival events. Free. 443 Queensbury Ave. www.adirondackballoonfest.org. 518-222-4593.

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Verona.  Straight No Chaser. Original date of April 10. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Sept. 18

Buffalo. Fabulously Funny Comedy Festival. Featuring comedians Tommy Davidson, Lavell Crawford, Gary Owen, Mike Epps and Sommore. 8 p.m. $52 to $125. KeyBank Center, One Seymour H. Knox III Plaza. www.keybankcenter.com.

Clayton. Mayhem Poets. A multi-cultural slam poetry group, Mayhem Poets promotes healthy methods of self-expression through spoken word poetry. The New York Times called Mayhem Poets “an amazing ride.” Mayhem Poets have been featured on The Today Show and Eyewitness News. 7:30 p.m. $20 to $30. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Indian Lake. The Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show. See Sept. 16.

Oneida. Madison County Hops Festival. Local restaurants pair craft beer with appetizers. Presentations about hops history, hops growing and home brewing and a Hop Heritage Tour.    435 Main St. www.madisoncountyhopfest.org. 315-363-4136.

Oswego. Oswego Players presents Twilight Bowl. 18. Portrayal of a cross-section of rural America. A relatable group of young women struggle with the pressure to make something of themselves. 7:30 p.m. $15. Frances Marion Brown Theater at the Civic Arts Center, 30 Barbara Donohue Dr. www.oswegoplayers.org.

Queensbury. Adirondack Balloon Festival 2020. See Sept. 17.

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Waterloo. Jay Leno. Acclaimed TV late night show host, stand-up comedian, best-selling children’s book author, corporate speaker, Jay Leno is widely characterized as “the hardest working man in show business.” Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $25 to $95. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Williamstown. Oswego County Trappers Association 21st Annual Convention and Rendezvous. Vendors, auction, raffles, chicken dinners, demonstrations and free family fun. Trappers training course 8 a.m. Saturday-must register on DEC web site. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Camp Zerbe, 253 NYS–104. www.facebook.com/OswegoCountyTrappers

Sept. 19

Alexandria Bay. Alexandria Bay Wine Festival & Farmer’s Market. The event overlooks St. Lawrence River and Boldt Castle and offers tastings, wine by the glass or wine by the bottle for purchase. Live entertainment. All participants 21-plus will be required to pay admission and wear a wristband. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $10. Organized by Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. Scenic View Park Pavilion, 8 Fuller St. 315-482-9531.

Cape Vincent. Oktoberfest. German music, dancers, food, beer, and wine. Children’s games, and family activities. Beer stein races have cash prizes. $5 to enter. Lederhosen & Dirndl Contest free to enter. Must be 21 and older to drink and present valid ID upon entering. $25, $20 military. Downtown Cape Vincent, New York. www.facebook.com/Cape-Vincent-Oktoberfest-1146947045321986.

Cortland. Harvest. Family activities, live music, tastings, Corning Farmers’ Market, and (for a fee) horse and carriage rides. 12 to 6 p.m. Downtown Cortland. www.gafferdistrict.com/events/harvest-1.

Indian Lake. The Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show. See Sept. 16.

Oneida. Madison County Hops Festival. See Sept. 18.

Oswego. Oswego Players presents “Twilight Bowl.” See Sept. 18.

Oswego County Trappers Association 21st Annual Convention and Rendezvous. See Sept. 18.

Oswego. RCA Reflection Series – Fall Gardening. Rice Creek Associates Reflections are talks about local ecology and environmental issues of interest to the community. Refreshments served. 2 to 3:30 p.m. Free. Rice Creek Field Station, 193 Thompson Rd., Oswego. www.oswego.edu/rice-creek.

Queensbury. Adirondack Balloon Festival 2020. See Sept. 17.

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Sterling. Ontario Orchards Fall Jamboree. Celebrate the change of seasons with fun for the entire family. Live music and entertainment, food and crafts. U-pick apples and pumpkins. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free. Ontario Orchards Farm, 15273 Center Rd. www.ontarioorchards.com.

Waterloo. Jay Leno. See Sept. 18.

Sept. 20

Canandaigua. Sandman’s 4th Annual Vintage Car Show. Dozens of chromed and polished show vehicles will be displayed. Show is free with paid regular park admission that is a special half price for this event. Food and drink items available for purchase, wine tastings inside Sonnenberg’s Finger Lakes Wine Center, live music and bounce houses. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park, 151 Charlotte St. www.sonnenberg.org. 585-394-4922. info@sonnenberg.org.

Indian Lake. The Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show. See Sept. 16.

Oneida. Madison County Hops Festival. See Sept. 18.

Oswego. Porch Fest 6. Stroll the neighborhood for live entertainment while viewing historic homes. Free. Franklin Square & Montcalm Park Historic Districts, W. 3rd to W 7th streets between W. Van Buren and W. Bridge streets. 315-529-3926.

Oswego. Oswego Players presents Twilight Bowl. See Sept. 18.

Queensbury. Adirondack Balloon Festival 2020. See Sept. 17.

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Sterling. Ontario Orchards Fall Jamboree. See Sept. 19.

Sept. 21

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Sept. 22

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Sept. 23

Charlotte. Big Band Dance Series Featuring Johnny Matt. The Al Bruno Trio plays from 6 p.m. to 7:05 p.m., followed by the featured band from 7:05 to 8:50 p.m. $2. Roger Robach Community Center, Ontario Beach Park, Lake Avenue & Beach Avenue. www.facebook.com/21mcparks. 585-865-3320.

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Sept. 24

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Waterloo. Colt Ford.  “Love Hope Faith” brings a message to his fan base to celebrate what brings everyone together. Head to Centrifico after the show for DJ Stay Gold from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $10 to $25. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Verona. Uncle Kracker. Original date of April 24. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Sept. 25

Mumford. Antique Show and Sale. Browse handpicked antiques and collectibles from 40 dealers from throughout Western New York, including furniture, books, paintings, jewelry, silver, and textiles. The event also offers educational lectures and behind-the-scenes tours. Free parking. Free shuttle between the Banquet Center and Exhibition Hall. Light refreshments and beverages available for purchase. Additional shopping opportunities at Flint Hill Store featuring fudge, pottery, book, jewelry, and more. The event benefits the museum’s educational programs and preservation of its historic collections. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $8 13 and older; Free GCV&M members and children 12 and younger. Genesee Country Village and Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road. www.gcv.org. 585-538-6822.

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Round Top. Oktoberfest at the Mountain Brauhaus. Authentic German/Austrian food, music by Pech and Schwefel , Schuhplatter dancing by the Mountain Brauhaus Schuhplatter Verein and German beer and wines. Mountain Brauhaus Resort, 430 Winter Clove Rd.  http://www.crystalbrook.com/mountain-brauhaus/brauhaus-events. 518-622-3751.

Troy. St. Basil Greek Festival. For the 26th year, the St. Basil Greek Orthodox Church members prepare for their annual Festival, a celebration of authentic Greek food, music, and dance. A family event for the whole community, Greeks and non-Greeks alike. Rain or shine. Free. 909 River St. (Rt. 4) at 101st St. www.facebook.com/St.Basil.GreekFest.Troy.NY.

Verona. Candlebox. Original date of Friday, May 8.  Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Sept. 26

Altmar. NYS DEC Salmon Fiver Fish Hatchery Annual Open House: Environmental education programs and displays, hatchery tours, fly-fishing demonstrations, fish petting zoo, fishing instruction and related vendors. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. 2133 Co. Rte. 22. www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/21663.html.

Clayton. John Fogerty Tribute Project. A new and improved version of “Willy & The Poor Boys,” a Creedence Clearwater Revival/John Fogerty tribute band was founded by Tony Polimeni in Long Island, New York in 2013. The new formation has enabled the band to meticulously recreate the equipment, instrumentation and musical arrangements. 7:30 p.m. $20 to $30. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Greenwich. 2020 Adirondack Wool & Arts Festival. Learn about the products produced in fiber arts, raw fleece, roving, spinning supplies, needle felting, dyes, yarns, and items needed to knit, crochet, and weave. Free parking. Check the website for a printable coupon. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $5 adults; free children 13 and younger. Washington County Fairgrounds, 392 Schuylerville Road. www.adkwoolandarts.com/schedule.

Indian Lake. Great Adirondack Moose Festival. Special events include a Moose Calling Contest, Old-Fashioned Turkey Shoot, and kid-friendly activities such as the Count the Moose Scat Contest. Free. Route 28 Indian Lake. www.facebook.com/Great.Adirondack.Moose.Festival. 518-648-5112.

Rochester. Fringe Festival. See Sept. 15.

Round Top. Oktoberfest at the Mountain Brauhaus. See Sept. 25.

Syracuse. Art on the Porches. Art show and sale. Artists will be showing and selling their work. Music, dancers, indie bands, painters, potters, and food. Parking available at Most Holy Rosary Church parking lot, just a block away from Ruskin Ave. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Ruskin Ave. in the Historic Strathmore Neighborhood. www.artontheporches.org.

Ticonderoga. FallFest. The third annual Ticonderoga FallFest offers fall-themed events and activities for all ages, business promotions and specials, and more. 8:30 a.m. Free. Downtown Ticonderoga.

Troy. St. Basil Greek Festival. See Sept. 25.

Waterloo. Dashboard Confessional: 20 Year Celebration. Dashboard Confessional has Gold and Platinum-certified records, and has sold out Madison Square Garden. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $25 to $90. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Whitehall. 5th Annual Sasquatch Festival and Calling Contest. Food and craft vendors, live entertainment, family activities, presentations and more. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Skenesborough Park, Skenesborough Drive. 518-499-4435. www.facebook.com/events/318836902330222.

Sept. 27

Glens Falls. 28th Annual Taste of the North Country. Sample a variety of foods from the North Country’s best restaurants. Live entertainment, face painting, bounce house and other activities. Rain or shine. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. $5 adults; Free younger than 12. Glens Falls City Park, 29 Maple St. www.glensfallstaste.com.

Greenwich. 2020 Adirondack Wool & Arts Festival. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. See Sept. 26.

Indian Lake. Great Adirondack Moose Festival. See Sept. 26.

Mexico. 6th Annual Handlebars for Hospice. Fundraiser to benefit Friends of Oswego County Hospice. Includes raffles, 50/50 raffles, two-stop motorcycle ride and dinner upon completion of the ride. 9 a.m. $20.  Mexico VFW Post 369, 5930 Scenic Ave. www.facebook.com/OswegoCountyComets.

Troy. St. Basil Greek Festival. See Sept. 25.

Verona. The Killers. 8 p.m. $44.25 to $130.25. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. www.thekillersmusic.com. 800-771-7711.

Waterloo. Open Barn with The Uptown Groove. This is a high-energy band from Rochester plays Motown, R&B Soul, Funk, Rock and current Top 40 Pop. Local beer, wine, cider and non-alcoholic beverages, along with Muranda cheese and a food truck. No outside food or beverage allowed on the property. Buses and large groups should call ahead. 2 to 5 p.m. Free. Muranda Cheese Company, 3075 Route 96.  www.murandacheese.com. 315-246-1457. murandacheese@gmail.com.

Sept. 30

Charlotte. Big Band Dance Series Featuring Nostalgic Reunion. The Al Bruno Trio plays from 6 to 7:05 p.m., followed by the featured band from 7:05 to 8:50 p.m. $2. Roger Robach Community Center, Ontario Beach Park, Lake Avenue & Beach Avenue. www.facebook.com/21mcparks. 585-865-3320.

OCTOBER

Tues., Thurs. & Sat.

Auburn. Auburn Farmer’s Co-op Market. Recurring weekly on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday through Oct. 31. 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 96 State St. www.facebook.com/AuburnFarmersCoOpMarketInc. 315-704-8609.

Thursdays

Moravia. Moravia Farmers’ Market. Recurring weekly on Thursdays through the end of October. Produce, crafts, baked goods, honey, soap and more. Kinney’s Parking Lot, 130 Main St. www.facebook.com/MoraviaFarmersMarket. 315-496-2235.

Weekends

Macedon. Long Acre Farms Fall Activities Open each weekend, plus Columbus Day. The one-price ticket includes unlimited access at Fall Festival Weekends, including the Amazing Maize Maze, Animal Tracks Maze, Back 40 Adventure, unlimited Wagon Rides and Cow Train Rides. Not included in price: gemstone panning, corn cannon. The Back 40 Adventure includes Back 40 activities include Jumping Pillow, Tire Mountain, Tug of War, Pedal Carts, Mini Alphabet Maze, Giant Slide, Basketball Hoop, Tetherball, Paint with Water, Rock Wall, Sandbox, Swings, Puzzle Games, Rope Spider Web, Pumpkin Jumping Pad, Tunnel Tubes, Rope Ladder/Slide, Cornhole, Board Walkers and Hula Hoops. The farm offers pumpkins for sale, farm market, ice cream shop, wood-fired pizza and gift shop. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Adjacent to JD Wine Cellar. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $13 ages 3-plus; $10 grandparents with paying grandchild(ren); free under 3; 1342 Eddy Rd. https://longacrefarms.com. 315-986-4202.

Newark. Wagon Rides at The Apple Shed. In addition, the farm offers a market full of fall goods and gifts, fresh fudge and doughnuts, cider, outdoor activities for children and goats to pet. The Apple Shed, 3391 Maple Ridge Road. www.theappleshed.com.

Oct. 2

Old Forge. Adirondack Mountain Bike Festival. Bike 25 miles of top-grade, machine-built and hand-built trails. The event is for experienced riders, novices, and those curious about the sport.  The parking lot at the base of McCauley Mountain Ski Area will serve as the main staging area for all events and activities, as well as the trailhead for exploring the vast network of climbing and flow trails that extend to Maple Ridge above and Old Forge below. Pump Track for kids and adults attached to the event parking lot. Camping available. McCauley Mountain Ski Area, 300 McCauley Road. www.facebook.com/events/477379633205977.

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. Top names in jazz perform at various times and at 21stages at venues throughout Rochester. More than 1,750 musicians are planned for concerts throughout the festival. Some performances are free; others require tickets. Multiple day passes are available and allow ticketholders to see unlimited shows while valid. Full schedule and tickets available online. Tickets are also available by calling or, only during the festival, at the ticket office, open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 100 East Ave http://rochesterjazz.com. 585-454-2060.

Warrensburg. The World’s Largest Garage Sale. More than 500 vendors stretching the length of Main Street and throughout many of Warrensburg’s residential neighborhoods, the sale offers old new and old items, antiques, collectibles, toys, and more. Numerous street vendors with items like BBQ ribs, chicken pitas and home baked goods. Cash, comfortable walking shoes and a backpack recommended. Parking is limited during the Garage Sale. No Main Street Parking is allowed. Free park and ride lots at Warren County Fairgrounds and The Warrensburg Jr/Sr High School. To park at Warren County Fairgrounds, use exit 23 off the Northway; look for signs directing you to location. Free. Various locations in Warrensburg. https://warrensburggaragesale.com.

Waterloo. Hard Promises: Petty Fest VIII. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers tribute band brings along guest musicians from Syracuse and Rochester. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $5.  The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Oct. 3

Mumford. Agricultural Fair. Classic magic show, T. Bohrer’s One-and-Only Punch and Judy Show, vintage agricultural demonstrations, and GCV&M’s own Museum of Oddities inspired by P.T. Barnum’s American Museum in New York City. As was common at 19th-century fairs, the men’s baseball teams will square off for the Mayor’s Cup Championship trophy. Games will be held in Silver Base Ball Park, the only replica 1800s baseball park in the nation. GCV&M’s ladies’ baseball hosts the final game of the season on the Great Meadow. The 5th Annual Cast Iron Chef Competition will take place Saturday on the Great Meadow at 10 a.m. Three skilled chefs are given an open fire, period-appropriate recipes and heirloom produce from the museum’s gardens with which to prepare historical dishes. At 2 p.m., dishes will be judged. At the museum’s Pioneer Farm, meet the museum’s cattle, sheep and fowl. View a range of bird life in the Waterfowl Tent and Exhibition Barn during the Rochester Poultry Association’s 113th Annual Show. The Genesee Country Dairy Goat Club Show is also the same weekend. Watch professional sheep herding dogs round up the herd. Times and admission on website. Free for GCV&M members. Genesee Country Village and Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road. www.gcv.org. 585-538-6822.

Old Forge. Adirondack Mountain Bike Festival. See Oct. 2.

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. See Oct. 2.

Syracuse. Spring into Health 2020. Rescheduled from its earlier date, Spring into Health celebrates Natur-Tyme’s 20th anniversary. More than 60 keynote speakers and 120 workshops. Speakers include Rob Kiltz MD; Earl L. Mindell, PhD; Jason Mitchell, ND; and many more. Food and beverage samples and fitness classes to try. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. $10 in advance; $12 at the door. New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Boulevard. natur-tyme.com/0120_healthfair.html. 315-488-6300.

Verona. ONE. Original date of May 2. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Warrensburg. The World’s Largest Garage Sale. See Oct. 2.

Oct. 4

Mumford. Agricultural Fair. See Oct. 3.

Old Forge. Adirondack Mountain Bike Festival. See Oct. 2.

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. See Oct. 2.

Warrensburg. The World’s Largest Garage Sale. See Oct. 2.

Oct. 5

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. See Oct. 2.

Oct. 6

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. See Oct. 2.

Oct. 7

Charlotte. Big Band Dance Series Featuring Andy Stobie and the Finger Lakes Jazz Orchestra. The Al Bruno Trio plays from 6 p.m. to 7:05 p.m., followed by the featured band from 7:05 to 8:50 p.m. $2. Roger Robach Community Center, Ontario Beach Park, Lake Avenue & Beach Avenue. www.facebook.com/21mcparks. 585-865-3320.

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. See Oct. 2.

Oct. 8

Clayton. An Evening with Tom Rush.  Accompanied by Matt Nakoa, Tom Rush blends storytelling, ballad styles and blues. 7:30 p.m. $30 to $40. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. See Oct. 2.

Oct. 9

Cornwallville. Annual Guinness Festival. Features headliners Derek Warfield & the Young Wolfe Tones, Screaming Orphans, the Canny Brothers, the Kitty Kelly Band, Slainte, Ray Coleman, Brian McArtin, and the Farrell School of Irish Dance. Gavin’s Resort & Country Inn, 118 Golden Hill Rd. http://gavinsinn.com. 518-634-2582.

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. See Oct. 2.

Oct. 10

Ballston Spa. 11th Annual Saratoga Brewfest. Originally scheduled for May 16, the 11th Annual Saratoga Brewfest at includes more than 100 craft beers, live entertainment, food and more for one price. Must be age 21 or older with valid ID to attend, even if designated driver. No children allowed. General admission tickets are for 2 to 5 p.m. or VIP tickets for 1 to 5 p.m. Designated driver tickets will be available the day of the event for $10. These will be available whether the event has sold out or not. 1 to 5 p.m. $35 to $440. Saratoga County Fairgrounds, 162 Prospect St. https://americaontap.com/event/saratoga-brewfest.

Cornwallville. Annual Guinness Festival. See Oct. 9.

Glens Falls. Wing Fest, Originally scheduled for April 25, this event involves restaurants in Downtown Glens Falls competing for the best wings. Tasting is from noon to 3 p.m. Wing tickets are $1 each, with the number of tickets to taste varying by restaurant. An awards ceremony will follow the tastings at 3:30 p.m. at the City Park bandstand. Live music on two stages, children’s games in the park, and a beer garden courtesy of the Queensbury Hotel. Maple and Glen Streets will be closed for this event. This is a smoke-free event. noon to 3 p.m. Various Locations, Glens Falls.

Rochester. Rochester International Jazz Festival. See Oct. 2.

Verona.  Melissa Etheridge. Original date of April 19. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. 800-771-7711.

Waterloo. Tracy Morgan: No Disrespect. The comedic actor starred in “30 Rock” and “What Men Want,” and has performed in standup specials for Netflix, HBO and Comedy Central. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $25 to $75. The Vine at Del Lago Resort, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com. 315-946-1695. vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com.

Oct. 16

Canandaigua. Mansion Mysteries. Come take part in a “whodunit” at Sonnenberg! Guests will have a chance to take part in this live-theater event by uncovering the clues that will solve the mystery and bring the guilty party -or parties- to justice! Light refreshments along with a cash wine bar will be provided. Non-alcoholic beverages will also be available. Guests are welcome to further participate in the fun, if they so desire, by attending in costume. Prepaid reservations required. 7 to 9 p.m. $25 to $30. Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park, 151 Charlotte Street. www.sonnenberg.org. 585-394-4922. info@sonnenberg.org.

Clayton. The Trews. Canadian rock band The Trews consists of vocalist Colin MacDonald, guitarist John-Angus MacDonald, bassist Jack Syperek and drummer Gavin Maguire. The band have released several chart-topping and award-winning albums. There will be a cash bar on the performance hall floor, but no alcohol will be allowed in the balcony. 7:30 p.m. $25 to $30. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. http://www.claytonoperahouse.com. 15-686-2200.

Syracuse. Country Folk Art Fall Craft Show. Farmhouse style home and holiday décor, up cycled goods, handcrafted furniture, rugs, floral designs, repurposed treasures, lighting, framed art, jewelry, apparel, fashion accessories, gourmet foods and more. Paid admission re-admits to all three days. Free parking. Admission discount coupons and more show info at event website. 5 to 9 p.m. $7 adults ($6 with online coupon); free children 12 and younger. New York State Fairgrounds, Horticulture Building. 581 State Fair Boulevard. www.CountryFolkArt.com, Facebook.com/countryfolkart. 248-634-4151. shows@countryfolkart.com.

Oct. 17

Canandaigua. Mansion Mysteries. See Oct. 16.

Syracuse. Country Folk Art Fall Craft Show 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. See Oct. 16.

Oct. 18

Syracuse. Country Folk Art Fall Craft Show 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. See Oct. 16.

Oct. 21

Charlotte. Big Band Dance Series Featuring Nate Rawls. The Al Bruno Trio plays from 6 to 7:05 p.m., followed by the featured band from 7:05 to 8:50 p.m. $2. Roger Robach Community Center, Ontario Beach Park, Lake Avenue & Beach Avenue. www.facebook.com/21mcparks. 585-865-3320.

Mumford. Spooky Guided Tours. See Oct. 16.

Oct. 23

Buffalo. Art of Jazz: Catherine Russell Grammy-winning vocalist Catherine Russell performs as part of the Art of Jazz at the Philharmonic series. 8 p.m. $34; $20 student. Kleinhans Music Hall, 3 Symphony Circle. https://kleinhansbuffalo.org. 716-885-5000.

Canandaigua. Mansion Mysteries. See Oct. 16.

Mumford. Spooky Guided Tours. See Oct. 16.

Oct. 24

Canandaigua. Mansion Mysteries. See Oct 16.

Mumford. Spooky Guided Tours. See Oct. 16.

Oct. 25

Mumford. Spooky Guided Tours. See Oct. 16.

Oct. 26

Mumford. Spooky Guided Tours. See Oct. 16.

Oct. 28

Charlotte. Big Band Dance Series Featuring Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Band. Halloween costumes suggested. The Al Bruno Trio plays from 6 p.m. to 7:05 p.m., followed by the featured band from 7:05 to 8:50 p.m. $2. Roger Robach Community Center, Ontario Beach Park, Lake Avenue & Beach Avenue. www.facebook.com/21mcparks. 585-865-3320.

Oct. 29

Skaneateles. Skaneateles Witches Walk. The second annual event includes specials, tastings, and discounts for anyone dressed as a witch from 5 to 7 p.m., followed by a costume contest. 5 to 8:30 p.m. Free. Downtown Skaneateles. 315-685-0552.

Syracuse. Sinatra with Matt Dusk. Award-winning, multi-platinum selling vocalist Matt Dusk presents the music of Frank Sinatra with new arrangements by Grammy Award-winning arrangers Pat Williams and Sammy Nestico. This performance was previously scheduled for April 24, 2020.  Tickets purchased for the original performance date will apply for this performance. 8 p.m. $47. Mulroy Civic Center Theaters, 800 S. State St. www.mattdusk.com.

Oct. 30

Mumford. Trick or Treating in the Village. Collect treats at historic homes, roast marshmallows, watch a movie and play games. Highlights include Teal Pumpkin Project houses, face painting, and a whole car-free Village for tricks and treats. Online tickets valid for Friday or Saturday. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. All children under the age of 1 are free. Any adults that are not with children will be charged $5. Flashlights and candy containers encouraged. 5 to 8 p.m. Genesee Country Village and Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road. www.gcv.org. 585-538-6822.

Oct. 31

Alexandria Bay. Halloween Festival. Crafts, hayrides and trick or treating with the local businesses. Costumes encouraged. The main event is hosted at the Organized by the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. Scenic View Park Pavilion, 8 Fuller St and downtown Alexandria Bay. 315-482-9531.

Mumford. Trick or Treating in the Village. 12 to 4 p.m. See Oct. 30.

Verona. Maren Morris. RSVP: The Tour. Originally scheduled for June 26. 8 p.m. $39-$250. Turning Stone Resort Casino, 5218 Patrick Rd. www.turningstone.com. www.marenmorris.com. 800-771-7711.