Events Calendar

June

SUNDAYS

Osceola. NYS Old Tyme Fiddlers Association Concert. June 12, Alice Clemens Kickoff; June 19, Steve Jacobi; June 26, Oswego Valley Fiddlers Chapter. Refreshments available to purchase. 2 – 5 p.m. Free Admission. 1121 Comins Road. www.nysotfa.com.

WEDNESDAYS

Alexandria Bay. Summer Concert Series. 7  8:30 p.m. Free. View Park Pavilion, Sisson Street.

Fulton. Tunes in June. Free music. Lunch for purchase or bring your own. Noon. Free. Downtown Gazebo, S. First St.

WEDNESDAYS and THURSDAYS

Liverpool. Live music. Rhythm N’ Shoes performs Wednesdays; a variety of musicians perform on Thursdays. 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Free. Heid’s of Liverpool, 305 Oswego St. heidsofliverpool.com. 315-451-0786.

THURSDAYS

Auburn. Wegmans Music in the Square. Live musical performance and food and drinks provided by Osteria Salina. 6 – 8 p.m. Free. Finger Lakes Mall, 270 Genesee St. www.fingerlakesmall.com.

Oswego. Oswego Farmers’ Market. Starts June 9. 4 – 7:45 p.m. W. First St.

FRIDAYS

Pulaski. Pulaski Farmers’ Market/Music in the Park. Starts June 17. 4 to 8 p.m. Historic South Park, Jefferson St.

Syracuse. Food Truck + Music Fridays. Stop by the Everson Community Plaza each Friday during the summer to enjoy food truck fare, live music (12:30 – 1:30 p.m.), and art. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 401 Harrison St. https://everson.org. 315-474-6064.

SATURDAYS

Fulton. Fulton Farmers’ Market. Starts June 11. 8 a.m. to noon. Canalview Mall parking lot, S. Second St.

WEEKENDS

Mexico. Casey’s Cottage. Nestled among the trees near the former mouth of the Little Salmon River at Mexico Point, Casey’s Cottage is all that remains of Orville Hungerford’s elegant Mexico Point Clubhouse (1906). Guests were met at the train station in Mexico and brought to the Clubhouse by a horse-drawn carriage. The horses were returned to the carriage house. With the advent of the automobile, horses were no longer necessary so that building was no longer needed. What remained of the carriage house was transformed by friends into a medieval manor house, known as Casey’s Cottage. The historic structure stands on a stone foundation and ship chains along the entry. Open to visitors 2 – 4 p.m. Mexico Point Park, 120 Mexico Point Dr. www.mexicopointpark.com. 315-963-7657.

Syracuse. Crafted Underground Series. Creative arts and crafts vendors and start-up local businesses hosted each weekend, along with local musicians midday. Each round of pop-ups will last three months. Saturdays noon – 6 p.m.; Sundays noon – 5 p.m. Free admission. The McCarthy Mercantile, 217 S. Salina St. https://wildflowersarmory.com/crafted. 315-546-4919. 

Canandaigua. Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. Country/folk crooners. Robert Plant and Alison Krauss perform live. 8 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938. 

Syracuse. Dead Meat Interactive Mystery Dinner Theater. The Tortellini Corner Market is small but proud with a distinctive fragrance, just like its owner, Papa Tortellini. Lately, life is “notta so good” for Papa. Supermarket giant Price Slasher has him in its crosshairs as does Harry Graft, the health inspector, Mama Celeste, his wife, as well as some other shady characters. Cost includes meal. 7 – 9:45 p.m. $39.99, plus tax and gratuity. The Spaghetti Warehouse, 689 N. Clinton St. https://acmemysterytheater.com/central-new-york. 315-475-1807. 

Waterloo. Craig Morgan. A multi-faceted entertainer, Craig Morgan has made a name for himself as a country music icon, TV personality, celebrated outdoorsman and patriotic Army veteran. One of country music’s best-loved artists, Morgan has charted 25 songs on Billboard. Craig Morgan received one of country music’s highest honors when he was inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2008. Must be 21 years or older to attend event. 8 p.m. $27+ del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

Cambridge. 20th Annual Cambridge Valley Balloon Festival. Balloon launches, carnival, food, crafts, fireworks, block party, vendors and pilots. Multiple other family-friendly activities happening throughout the weekend. Free. https://cambridgenychamber.com/balloon-festival.

Clayton. Thompson Square. Hear country duo Keifer and Shawna Thompson live. The husband-and-wife team have traveled the world performing with superstars Jason Aldean and Lady Antebellum and have racked up Country-radio favorites like the devoted “I Got You” (Top 10 in 2011) and the flirty “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About” (Top 5 in 2013). 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $35+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200. 

Syracuse. Taste of Syracuse. More than 50 area restaurants participate each year, offering $2 food samples. Visitors also enjoy live music from 33 bands, including the Grammy-Award nominated band Everclear and numerous vendors. The event is in conjunction with Paige’s Butterfly Run (https://pbrun.org/events/paiges-butterfly-run) to benefit local pediatric cancer research and patient programs at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. Check the website for the complete list of food vendors and entertainers. Clinton Square.  www.tasteofsyracuse.com. 315-471-9597. bchristie@galaxyeventscompany.com.

Watertown. Jefferson County Dairy Parade and Festival. Watch the parade in person along the parade route or live on TV on NBC Watertown. 7 – 8 p.m. Free. Watertown High School on Washington Street. 

Cambridge. 20th Annual Cambridge Valley Balloon Festival. See June 3.

Chestertown. Adirondack Woof Stock: A Weekend of Peace, Paws & Music. Family fun and that includes fun for your four-legged best friends. NADD Dock Dogs — professional dock diving dogs. Your pup can jump too. K-9 Police demonstrations, barn hunt activity for your dog to find “mice” in the hay, fly ball, disc catching demo and activity, and Blessing of the Animals with Father John. Food and vendors. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. $1; kids under 12. free. Chester Town Hall, 6307 U.S. 9. www.facebook.com/adirondackwoofstock.

Clayton. 1000 Islands Family Free Day. Enjoy a self-guided tour of the Antique Boat Museum and family activities, including $5 boat rides. Lunch for a nominal fee. Free admission. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 750 Mary St. www.abm.org. 315-686-4104.

Fairport. Fairport Canal Days. One of the most popular arts festivals in the Northeast, Fairport Canal Days attracts close to 200,000 visitors to a festival that features over 200 artisans, music, food, and booths by Fairport Perinton Merchants Association members who sponsor the event. 

http://www.fairportcanaldays.com. www.facebook.com/FairportCanalDays. info@fairportcanaldays.com.

Syracuse. “Live & Let Die:” A Symphonic Tribute to Paul McCartney. Singer and recording artist Tony Kishman is the creator and bandleader of “Live And Let Die,” a full multimedia experience celebrating the music of Paul McCartney and featuring four multi-talented musicians with an orchestral complement. 8 p.m. $47+ The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater, 421 Montgomery St. http://www.oncenter.org.

Syracuse. Taste of Syracuse. See June 3.

Waterloo. Bastille. Give Me the Future Tour 2022. Bastille’s new album, Give Me the Future, is a tribute to tech times and a glimpse of what could be to come. Exploring both the opportunities of new technology and the dark side of lives lived online, it’s as playful as it is thought-provoking, as dystopian as it is dancefloor-friendly and as electronic as Bastille have ever been.
    Must be 21 years or older to attend event. 8 p.m. $50+ del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

Cambridge. 20th Annual Cambridge Valley Balloon Festival. See June 3.

Chestertown. Adirondack Woof Stock: A Weekend of Peace, Paws & Music. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. See June 4. 

Fairport. Fairport Canal Days. See June 4.  

Mexico. Celebrating the Arts: Focus on Native American Arts. This event includes storytelling, a drum circle, and demonstrations of beading and basket making. 2 – 5 p.m. Mexico Point Park, 120 Mexico Point Dr. www.mexicopointpark.com. 315-963-7657. 

Syracuse. Queer Queens of Comedy. Includes other stand-up comedians yet to be named. 21 years and older only. 4 – 6 p.m. $32+ Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant, Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd. http://syracuse.comedyreservations.com.

Syracuse. Weather Or Not Horse Show. Call for class lists or more information about the show. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. 315-727-5391. kathyzofbpm@gmail.com. 

Syracuse. Weather Or Not Horse Show. See June 6.  

 Cortland. Cortland County Dairy Parade. The event features stationary floats for pedestrians and drivers to view. Residents participating will receive a gift bag including chocolate milk. The parade starts at North Main Street and ends at South Main Street. 4 – 8 pm. Free. cortlanddairy@gmail.com.

Lake George. Americade Motorcycle Rally in Lake George. Americade has become the world’s largest multi-brand motorcycle touring rally. Local estimates indicate it attracts 100,000 to 200,000 visitor days annually. It’s a convention of tourers, sport-tourers and cruising motorcycles enjoying a week-long festival of motorcycling, including guided tours in the beautiful Adirondack Park, and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Americade also includes a massive trade show with approximately 200 vendors, demos and displays from most major motorcycle manufacturers, catered dinner boat cruises, stunt shows, comedy shows, and more. Lake George Village. www.lakegeorge.com/americade. 518-798-7888.

Syracuse. Mike Foley Nice Day Tour. Known as professional wrestling’s Hardcore Legend, Mick Foley is a three-time WWE champion and a WWE Hall of Famer. Now, Mick is taking to The Funny Bone stage with an all new but not-so-new one-man show 20 years in the making. 21 and older only. 7:30 p.m. $37+ Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant, Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd. http://syracuse.comedyreservations.com.

 Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” Portrayed onscreen by Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio, and based on the unbelievable true story of one of the most famous con artists in history, Frank Abagnale Jr., “Catch Me If You Can” is a musical set during the jet age of the ‘60s. Abegnale runs away from his unhappy home to live a life of great adventure, conning people by assuming a multitude of identities: airline pilot, doctor, and lawyer, to name a few. When the FBI catches on, Abegnale not only eludes capture but revels in the pursuit. Show runs through June 28. Check website for show times. $64+ Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Road. www.therevtheatre.com. 315-255-1785. tickets@TheREVTheatre.com.

Canandaigua. Kenny Chesney. Country crooner Kenny Chesney appears live. 7:30 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Lake George. Americade Motorcycle Rally in Lake George. See June 7.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” CRT celebrates the ‘60s counterculture in all its barefoot, long-haired, fringed glory with this production of the ground-breaking rock musical. With a collection of songs that became radio hits — “Aquarius”, “Good Morning, Starshine,” “Let the Sun Shine,” and the title song, “Hair” explores ideas of identity, community, global responsibility and peace. Contains adult language, simulated drug use, brief full-frontal nudity and sexually explicit scenes. Book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado. Music by Galt MacDermot. 7:30 p.m. Admission TBA. Little York Pavilion, 6799 Little York Lake Road. https://cortlandrep.org.  

 Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Lake George. Americade Motorcycle Rally in Lake George. See June 7.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” See June 8.

Syracuse. “Blippi: The Musical.” The performance brings to life the onscreen character for children ages 2 through 7. Photo opportunities will be available with reservation. Children under 2 years old do not require a ticket to sit on a parent’s lap, but all other patrons need a ticket. Standard cameras are allowed; however, video cameras may not be brought into the venue and the taking of video is prohibited. Rescheduled from 3/1/22, all tickets will be honored. 6 p.m. $27.50 to $67.50. Landmark Theatre, 362 S. Salina St. https://landmarktheatre.org.  315-475-7979

Syracuse. Ruthie Collins: Wish You Were Here Tour. Ruthie Collins’ country, folk, and Americana vocals debut on her headline tour. 8 p.m. $15. Funk’n Waffles, 307-313 S. Clinton St. www.funknwaffles.com. 

Syracuse. Wine Workshop. Jim Beckman, regional vice president of the American Wine Society, will host a workshop about all things related to wine. This class will focus on learning about wine and wine-tasting basics through experiencing and discussing several accessible and locally available wines. 21 years or older. 6 – 8 p.m. $24 Everson member; $30 non-member. Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St. www.everson.org. 315-474-6064.

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Clayton. 15th Annual Great New York State Food & Wine Festival. Sample and purchase the great foods and wines of New York featuring 70-plus exhibitors and 30-plus wineries. 3 – 8 p.m. $20 adults; $5 children 13-17; children 12 and younger, free. Cerow Rec Park Arena, 615 E. Line Rd. www.1000islands-clayton.com/foodwinefestival/ 315-686-3771. 

Clayton. Ball in the House – A Capella. Ball in the House is an R&B/soul/pop a cappella group based in Boston with a high energy show. They have opened for The Beach Boys, The Jonas Brothers, The Temptations, Fantasia, Gladys Knight, Lionel Richie and many more. Ball in the House has appeared on America’s Got Talent, The Today Show, and The Daily Buzz. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $25+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.  

Lake George. Americade Motorcycle Rally in Lake George. See June 7.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. See June 8.

Syracuse. CNY Reining Horse Association “Summer Slide” Horse Show. Three days of Reining Excitement. Top competitors from the East Coast compete for over $25,000 in prize money. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. www.cnyrha.com. 315-447-4166. hoyttrain1@gmail.com.

Syracuse. Greg Warren: Special Engagement. See Greg Warren performing live. Warren was most recently seen on “Comedy Central Presents,” “The Late Late Show” and “Last Comic Standing” and has a newly released CD “One Star Wonder” (Comedy Central Records). 21 years and older only. 7:30 p.m. or 10 p.m. $22. Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant, Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd. http://syracuse.comedyreservations.com.

Waterloo. Jay Leno. The stand-up comedian and late-night host performs live. This performance of Jay Leno scheduled for Sept.24, 2021 at The Vine Showroom at del Lago Resort and Casino is now rescheduled to June 10. Guests that purchased tickets for this show will be able to use their current ticket on Friday, June 10, 2022. Tickets do not need to be reprinted or exchanged. Or they may receive a refund or credit by emailing the Box Office at vineboxoffice@dellagoresort.com on or before June 18, 2022. Must be 21 years or older to attend event. 8 p.m. $25+ del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Auburn. Flame Monroe Live. Comedian, host, emcee and actor, Flame Monroe has spent two decades honing the art of female impersonator in clubs starting in Chicago and now across the country. Flame Monroe has a featured spot in Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready, a stand-up comedy series on Netflix. Produced by Flame, Tiffany Haddish, Wanda Sykes, and Page Hurwitz, the comedy special remains among the top streamed shows on Netflix since its premiere in August 2019. Ages 21 and older only. 8 – 10 p.m. $20. Auburn Public Theater, 8 Exchange St. http://auburnpublictheater.org. 315-237-2539.

Bouckville. CNY Fiber Arts Festival. A family-friendly festival featuring fiber animals (sheep, alpacas, goats, rabbits) and fiber arts, including spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing, felting, and crochet. Demonstrations of spinning, weaving, dyeing, and sheep shearing, activities for children. More than 100 vendor booths under cover with yarn, roving, fabrics, fiber equipment, unique homemade articles from natural fibers, photographs, and other farm products. Fleece sale, weaving competition, wheel corral and storybook for visitor participation. Nationally recognized speakers in free lectures on knitting sustainably and textiles in history. Register for workshops in drop-spindle art yarn or ergonomics for fiber arts, among others. Live music and food. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $6 adults; $10 weekend pass; children 12 and younger, free. Butternut Hill Campground, 6893 Route 20. http://www.butternuthill.net. 315-899-7792.

Buffalo. Taco, Beer, Tequila Festival. Event boasts more than 15 taco vendors, four margarita bars, guacamole pavilion, and samples of wine, beer, tequila and cider. Live music, entertainment games and more. Age 21 and older only. 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. $34. www.facebook.com/events/2414880642158316. 

Clayton. 15th Annual Great New York State Food & Wine Festival. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. See June 10.

Cortland. St. Anthony’s Festival. Spaghetti supper and other Italian dishes, live music, children’s games, traditional Mass and procession and fireworks.  St. Anthony’s Church, 50 Pomeroy St. www.saintanthonysfestival.org.

Lake George. Americade Motorcycle Rally in Lake George. See June 7.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” See June 8.

Rochester. Rochester Real Beer Expo. The event features opportunities to taste of local craft beers and hard cider, rolled cigars and food trucks. Gregory Street in the South Wedge neighborhood. 6 – 10 p.m. $10 to $70. www.facebook.com/events/886012038727247. www.rochesterrealbeer.com.  

Syracuse. CNY Reining Horse Association “Summer Slide” Horse Show. See June 10. 

Syracuse. Greg Warren: Special Engagement. 7 p.m. or 9:45 p.m. See June 10.

Syracuse. Sal Vulcano Live. Best known for starring in truTV’s “Impractical Jokers,” Staten Island native Sal Vulcano has been doing comedy for years. In addition to performing as part of The Tenderloins Comedy Troupe to sold-out crowds, he’s been featured on Comedy Central’s “This Is Not Happening,” and hosts a podcast with Brian Quinn entitled “What Say You?” 7 p.m. $35.75. The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater, 421 Montgomery St. http://www.oncenter.org.

Waterloo. Jay Leno. See June 10.

Watertown. North Country Comic Con. This year’s convention will be bigger than ever, with more guests, more attractions, more artists and crafters, and more entertainment for members of every “nerdy” fandom. There will be things for lovers of fantasy, sci-fi, horror, anime, gaming, and of course the biggest cosplay contest in upstate New York. Complete schedule, package deals and nearby lodging discounts available on the website. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. $25+ Watertown Municipal Arena, 600 William T Field Drive. http://www.noco-con.com.  

Bouckville. CNY Fiber Arts Festival. See June 11.

Clayton. 15th Annual Great New York State Food & Wine Festival. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. See June 10.

Cortland. St. Anthony’s Festival. See June 11.

Mexico. 10th Annual Mexico Car Show. Food, vendors, and chicken barbecue. Registration 9 a.m. Show noon – 5 p.m. VFW Field, 5930 Scenic Ave.

Oswego. 10th Annual Lions Club River’s Edge Craft Show. Live music, wine tastings, karate demos, child fingerprinting, and a kids’ zone. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Breitbeck Park, Lake St. 

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” 2 p.m. See June 8.

Syracuse. CNY Reining Horse Association “Summer Slide” Horse Show. See June 10. 

Watertown. North Country Comic Con. See June 11.

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Liverpool. Corvette Cruisin’ Night. All Corvettes clubs and spectators welcome. 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Free. Heid’s of Liverpool, 305 Oswego St. heidsofliverpool.com. 315-451-0786.

Syracuse. The Masked Singer National Tour. The event brings one of the top shows on television on its first North American tour. Audiences can expect to see their favorite characters brought to life, as well as surprise celebrity guests, and new performances. See if you can guess who is behind the mask before the end of the show. 7:30 p.m. $35.75 to $95.75. Landmark Theatre, 362 S. Salina St. https://landmarktheatre.org. 315-475-7979.

 Auburn. Catch Me If You Can. See June 8.

Canandaigua. Fitz and The Tantrums. Indie pop group Fitz and The Tantrums performs live. 7 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” See June 8.

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Canandaigua. Jason Isbell and Sheryl Crow. Pop rockers Jason Isbell and Sheryl Crow perform live. 7 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. See June 8.

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” See June 8.

Syracuse. Dead Meat Interactive Mystery Dinner Theater. See June 2.

Syracuse. New York State Blues Festival. Hear numerous blues performers live. A variety of food vendors will be on site, and wine and beer will be available, along with retail and craft vendors set up market. ADA parking is in the Emerald Lot. Proceeds from the parking fees help to offset expenses and to keep the New York State Blues Festival admission-free. Attendees are welcome to bring chairs and there will be plenty of room for dancing up front. Check the website for the complete schedule. Free. Parking is $10 car; $5 motorcycle. Chevy Court at the New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org/concerts/chevy-court. www.nysbluesfest.com. 818-212-9489. eric@nysbluesfest.com.

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Old Forge. 23rd Annual Father’s Day Weekend Car Show. Classic and antique car parade, car  rally, food vendors and more. Car show prices include 1st Prize–$250; 2nd Prize–$150; 3rd Prize–$100. All vehicles must be on the filled by 12:30 p.m. as ballots will be collected at 1 p.m. Free for spectators; $10 for competing vehicles. George T Hiltebrant Recreation Center, 201 North St. www.oldforgecamping.com/fathers-day-weekend-car-show. 315-369-6011.

Palmyra. Heritage Weekend. Immerse yourself in the days of the 1800s as costumed docents lead tours through Palmyra’s museums and offer area history. Discounted admission. www.historicpalmyrany.com/event.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” See June 8. 

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. More than 325 shows including a record 130 free shows from more than 1,700 artists performing among 20 locations throughout the city. See the website for a complete schedule. www.rochesterjazz.com.

Syracuse. NBHA SaddleBook Syracuse Super Show. The National Barrel Horse Association, Divisional 4D barrel racing. This format gives ALL competitors—from beginners to professionals, from youth to seniors—a chance to compete, learn and succeed in barrel racing. The Divisional format encourages riders to improve their skills and work toward the higher divisions, while still having a chance to be competitive. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Admission TBD.  Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. nbha.com/show/2022-nbha-syracuse-super-show. 706-828-4697. stefani.hofman@morris.com.

Syracuse. New York State Blues Festival. See June 16.

 Albany. Juneteenth 2022. Celebrate Juneteenth 2022 at Albany’s premier freedom festival. Free. 12 – 8 p.m. South Pearl Street from Madison Avenue to Morton Avenue with parking provided at the South End Grocery (106 South Pearl St.). www.facebook.com/events/3221888828081511.

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Glens Falls. LARAC June Arts Festival. This event draws more than 15,000 in past years. The event has featured almost 80 exhibitors offering shoppers a variety of products such as jewelry, home items, food items, fine art, textiles and garden decorations. Children’s activities, food concessions, and live entertainment by local musicians. Rain or shine. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. Glens Falls City Park. https://larac.org/festivals.

Ovid. Ovid Strawberry Festival. Enjoy a small-town festival with a display of the village firetrucks, footrace, parade, local bands and plenty of strawberries. http://ovidstrawberryfest.com.

Old Forge. 23rd Annual Father’s Day Weekend Car Show. See June 17.

Palmyra. Heritage Weekend. See June 17.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Hair.” See June 8.

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. See June 17.  

Syracuse. NBHA SaddleBook Syracuse Super Show. See June 17.

Syracuse. New York State Blues Festival. See June 16.

 Glens Falls. LARAC June Arts Festival. See June 18.

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. See June 17.  

Syracuse. NBHA SaddleBook Syracuse Super Show. See June 17.

 Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. See June 17.  

 Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. See June 17.  

 Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. See June 17.  

 Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Brewerton. Fort Brewerton Farmers’ Market. 4 – 7:30 p.m. Fort Brewerton & Oliver Stevens Blockhouse Museum, 9 US Route 11. 

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. See June 17.  

 Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Lake George. LGFD June Craft Festival. Enjoy artisans and crafters from all over the New York region and as far away as Maine, Vermont and Pennsylvania. Discover crafts and handmade items for all ages and occasions. Free. Shepard Park, Canada Street. http://lgfdcraftshow.org.

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. See June 17.  

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Canandaigua. Black Crowes. The group rocks out live. 7:30 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Lake George. 2022 Adirondack Wine & Food Festival. Experience New York’s best wineries, craft beverage producers, artisan food vendors, food trucks, and craft vendors. Vendors will hold purchases for pick up when you’re ready to go. Children’s entertainment. Check the website for discount tickets by entering code MX20. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. $38+ Festival Commons at Charles R. Wood Park, 17 Elizabeth Little Boulevard. www.adkwinefest.com/tickets. 518-668-9463 x 15.

Lake George. LGFD June Craft Festival. See June 24. 

Phoenix. American Legion Post 418 Car Show. Music, food, chicken BBQ, and prizes. Rain day 6/26. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. $10 minimum donation. 9 Oswego River Rd. 

Rochester. Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 2022. See June 17.  

Fulton. Arts Market. Weather permitting. 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. CNY Community Arts Center, 121 Cayuga St. www.cnyartscenter.com.

Lake George. 2022 Adirondack Wine & Food Festival. See June 25.

Lake George. LGFD June Craft Festival. See June 24.

Sackets Harbor. Concerts on the Waterfront. Live community concerts on the lawn at the Sackets Harbor Battlefield. Check the website to see who is playing. Bring your own seating. 3 – 5 p.m. Free. Sackets Harbor Battlefield, 504 W. Main St. https://visitsacketsharbor.com/events-festivals/concerts-on-the-waterfront.

Syracuse. Royal Carriage Rides. Experience magical moments as you and your loved ones take an enchanting horse-drawn carriage ride with some of your favorite fairy-tale characters. Wear your favorite princess dress and bring your cameras and autograph books for a unique and immersive storybook character experience. 233 E. Washington St. https://royalpromiseproductions.com/events?t=1651101977. 

Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

 Auburn. “Catch Me If You Can.” See June 8.

Canandaigua. James Taylor. Live performance by rocker James Taylor. 8 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Brewerton. Fort Brewerton Farmers’ Market. 4 – 7:30 p.m. Fort Brewerton & Oliver Stevens Blockhouse Museum, 9 US Route 11. 

Oswego. 2022 Sunset Concert Series. Bring your own seating. 7 p.m. Free. Breitbeck Park, Lake St. www.oswegony.org.

Syracuse. The Chicks. Live performance with The Chicks and Patty Griffin. 7:30 p.m. $40+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com.  

Syracuse. Syracuse International Horse Show. The 47th annual event features judging in ASB, Saddleseat Equitation, Hackney Horses, Hackney Ponies, Morgan, Morgan Equitation, Hackney Roadster Pony, Roadster Horse Open/Opportunity. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. www.ashany.org/syracuseinternational.html. 919-672-4741. Lizholmes1957@gmail.com.

 Alexandria Bay. 4th of July Celebration. Cornhole tournament, bike parade and live music. Check website for times. Swan Bay Resort, 43615 Rte. 12. www.swanbayresort.com. 315-482-7926.

Oswego. Rockin’ on the River Concert Series. Bring your own seating. 6 – 9 p.m. Veterans Stage, West River Walk. www.oswegony.org.

Syracuse. Dead Meat Interactive Mystery Dinner Theater. See June 2.

Syracuse. Syracuse International Horse Show. See June 29.

July

SUNDAYS

Osceola. NYS Old Tyme Fiddlers Association Concerts. July 3, Black River Valley Fiddlers Chapter; July 10, John Potocnik; July 17, Central Chapter Fiddlers Chapter, July 24, Lydia Houser; July 30-31, Danielle Caringi (paid concert). Refreshments available to purchase. 2 – 5 p.m. Free (except for paid concert on July 30-31). 1121 Comins Road. www.nysotfa.com.

Sackets Harbor. Concerts on the Waterfront. Live community concerts on the lawn at the Sackets Harbor Battlefield. Check the website to see who is playing. Bring your own seating. 3 – 5 p.m. Free. Sackets Harbor Battlefield, 504 W. Main St. https://visitsacketsharbor.com/events-festivals/concerts-on-the-waterfront.

Sodus Point. Sunday Concerts. Bring your own seating for a free concert on the lawn of the Sodus Point Lighthouse. Refreshments for sale on the grounds. The Lighthouse Museum will be open. Check the website to see who is performing. 2 – 4 p.m. Free. 7606 N. Ontario St. www.sodusbaylighthouse.org/pages/concerts. 315-483-4936. info@sodusbaylighthouse.org. 

MONDAYS and FRIDAYS

Phoenix. Music in the Park. Live music performances. Bring your own seating. 6 – 8 p.m. Free. Henley Park, 55 State St. 

WEDNESDAYS

Alexandria Bay.  Summer Concert Series. 7 – 8:30 p.m. Free. View Park Pavilion, Sisson Street.

Brewerton. Fort Brewerton Farmers’ Market. 4 – 7:30 p.m. Fort Brewerton & Oliver Stevens Blockhouse Museum, 9 US Route 11. 

Oswego. 2022 Sunset Concert Series. No concert 7/27. Bring your own seating. 7 p.m. Free. Breitbeck Park, Lake St. www.oswegony.org

WEDNESDAYS and THURSDAYS

Liverpool. Live music. Rhythm N’ Shoes performs Wednesdays; a variety of musicians perform on Thursdays. 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Free. Heid’s of Liverpool, 305 Oswego St. heidsofliverpool.com. 315-451-0786.

THURSDAYS

Lake George. Lake George Community Band. Free concerts with fireworks. 8 – 9:30 p.m. Free. Shepard Park, Canada Street.

Oswego. Oswego Farmers’ Market. 4 – 7:45 p.m. W. 1st St.

Oswego. Rockin’ on the River Concert Series. Live music performances. Bring your own seating. No concert July 28. 6 – 9 p.m. Free. Veterans Stage, West River Walk. www.oswegony.org.

FRIDAYS

Cortland. Fridays. Main Street Music Series. Local, regional and national musical artists of varied genres perform. Downtown. 5:30 p.m. Free. https://mainstreetmusicseries.com.

Oswego. Water Street Square Concert Series. Live music performances. 5 – 8 p.m. Free Water Street Square, Water St. www.oswegony.org.

Pulaski. Pulaski Farmers’ Market/Music in the Park. 4 to 8 p.m. Historic South Park, Jefferson St.

Syracuse. Food Truck + Music Fridays. Stop by the Everson Community Plaza each Friday during the summer to enjoy food truck fare, live music (12:30 – 1:30 p.m.), and art. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 401 Harrison St. https://everson.org. 315-474-6064.

SATURDAYS

Fulton. Arts Market. Weather permitting. 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. CNY Community Arts Center, 121 Cayuga St. www.cnyartscenter.com.

Fulton. Fulton Farmers’ Market. 8 a.m. to noon. Canalview Mall parking lot, S. Second St.

WEEKENDS

Sterling. Sterling Renaissance Festival. Step back in time to revel in an all-day festival of Renaissance times. A full-time professional corps of actors, selected from a national audition tour, people the ground in period costumes to interact with guests and add atmosphere to the Village of Warwick created on the festival grounds. Meet the queen and her court, shop the marketplace for gifts hand made on site, feast on period foods and engage in Elizabethan games. Watch events such as jousting and other entertainment. Check the schedule for special weekends and ticket packages. $37. 34+ 15385 Farden Road. www.sterlingfestival.com.

Mexico. Casey’s Cottage. Nestled among the trees near the former mouth of the Little Salmon River at Mexico Point, Casey’s Cottage is all that remains of Orville Hungerford’s elegant Mexico Point Clubhouse (1906). Guests were met at the train station in Mexico and brought to the Clubhouse by a horse-drawn carriage. The horses were returned to the carriage house. With the advent of the automobile, horses were no longer necessary so that building was no longer needed. What remained of the carriage house was transformed by friends into a medieval manor house, known as Casey’s Cottage. The historic structure stands on a stone foundation and ship chains along the entry. Open to visitors 2 – 4 p.m. Mexico Point Park, 120 Mexico Point Dr. www.mexicopointpark.com. 315-963-7657.

Syracuse. Crafted Underground Series. Creative arts and crafts vendors and start-up local businesses hosted each weekend, along with local musicians mid-day. Each round of pop-ups will last three months. Saturdays noon – 6 p.m.; Sundays noon – 5 p.m. Free admission. The McCarthy Mercantile, 217 S. Salina St. https://wildflowersarmory.com/crafted. 315-546-4919. 

 Alexandria Bay. 4th of July Celebration. Cornhole tournament, bike parade and live music. Check website for times. Swan Bay Resort, 43615 Rte. 12. www.swanbayresort.com. 315-482-7926.

Canandaigua. Tedeschi Trucks Band. (Rescheduled from 7/1/2020, 6/30/2021) bring their bluesy rock sound to this live performance. 6:30 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Syracuse. Syracuse International Horse Show. The 47th annual event features judging in ASB, Saddleseat Equitation, Hackney Horses, Hackney Ponies, Morgan, Morgan Equitation, Hackney Roadster Pony, Roadster Horse Open/Opportunity. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. www.ashany.org/syracuseinternational.html. 919-672-4741. Lizholmes1957@gmail.com.

 Alexandria Bay. 4th of July Celebration. See July 1.

Auburn. Zerbini Circus. Join the big-top fun with Zerbini Circus. Time and admission TBA. Finger Lakes Mall, 270 Genesee St. www.fingerlakesmall.com. www.facebook.com/Zerbinifamilycircus.

Fair Haven. 17th Annual Run/Walk for Hospice. The pervious event raised $8,000 for Hospice of Central New York and Hospice of the Finger Lakes. This year, the event is in person and has a goal of $10,000. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $25 adults, $5 children to participate in the race. Cayuga Street Park Pavilion. https://runsignup.com/Race/NY/FairHaven/RunforHospice?t=1651103403. 315-634-2201.

Naples. 15th Anniversary event at Inspire Moore Winery. Blues, Blaufrankisch, barbecue and beer. Live blues music along with free Blaufrankisch wine tastings, blind wine tasting contest with prizes, barbecue on site and yard games. Free. Inspire Moore Winery & Vineyard, 197 N. Main St. www.inspiremoorewinery.com. 585-374-5970.

Oswego. Der40 XMR Sportsman Modified Event. Oswego Speedway, 300 E. Albany St.  www.oswegospeedway.com

Preble. Independence Day Spectacular. Celebrate America’s Independence in Cortland County with live music, food, beer and wine garden, local bands and fireworks. Rain date is July 3. Music begins at 2 p.m. Fireworks at dusk. $5 parking beginning at 8 p.m. Dwyer Memorial Park, 6799 Little York Lake Road. www.experiencecortland.com/events/cortland-county-independence-day-spectacular.

Red Creek. New York Lavender Festival. You-pick lavender, live music, lavender ice cream, food and vendors. Make and take home a 9” to 10” herb and lavender wreath in a workshop (additional fee), watch Witchy Women of the Finger Lakes perform and sample wine. Children’s play area, meditation path, and wagon rides. Full of local goods and lavender items, the farm store will be open. Purchase tickets online in advance only. No sales at the gate. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $6.64 adult; $1.11 ages 12 and younger; $26.59 wreath making workshop (in addition to admission ticket). Ol’factory Farm, 12973 Upton Road. www.olfactorysoaps.com www.nylavenderfestival.com. chmiel@olfactorysoaps.com.

Sodus Point. Lighthouse 5K Run. www.sodusbaylighthouse.org. Sodus Point Lighthouse, 7606 N. Ontario St. 315-483-0775.  

Syracuse. Syracuse International Horse Show. See July 1.

Waterloo. Ginuine. R&B songwriter and vocalist performs live. Must be 21 years or older to attend event. 8 p.m. $27+ del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

 Alexandria Bay. 4th of July Celebration. See July 1.

Auburn. Zerbini Circus. See July 2.

Clayton. Fireworks Display. Dusk. Free. Downtown. www.1000islands-clayton.com/clayton-fireworks. 315-686-3771.

Hague. Independence Day Fireworks. 9:30 – 10:30 pm. Free. Hague Town Beach Park, 9060 Lake Shore Drive.  

Oswego. 2022 Oswego Independence Day Parade. 1 p.m. block party featuring Ruby Shooz at 5 p.m. Fireworks over the river at 9:45 p.m. Downtown. www.oswegony.org.

Red Creek. New York Lavender Festival. See July 2.

 Albany. New York State’s 4th of July Celebration presented by Price Chopper and Market 32. New York State’s 4th of July Celebration is recognized as the biggest and best in upstate New York. This event features an exciting program filled with live music by Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, food and beverages, and the biggest fireworks display in the region. 5 – 10 p.m. Free. Empire State Plaza. https://empirestateplaza.ny.gov/new-york-states-fourth-july-celebration.

Alexandria Bay. Independence Day Fireworks Over Boldt Castle. 9:45 – 11 p.m. Boldt Castle, 1 Heart Island. www.visitalexbay.org/annual-alex-bay-events/independence-day-fireworks. 315-482-9724.

Inlet. 4th of July. Live music from Jamie Notarthomas and fireworks. Bring a chair or a blanket and enjoy a great concert while watching the sunsets in Adirondack Park. Fireworks at dusk. 7:30 – 10 p.m. Free.  Arrowhead Park, 160 Route 28. 

Lake George. 4th of July Fireworks. The Village of Lake George puts on a July 4th fireworks display that can be viewed all along the waterfront. Come early for a good parking spot. Time is approximate; they will go off immediately following sundown. 9:30 p.m. Free. Shepard Park & Lake George Village Waterfront, Canada Street & Beach Road. 

 Oswego. Pro Am Fishing Tournament. Main Event is the weigh-in for Oswego July 9-10. $1,000 day July 6-9 with weigh-in for Sodus, Fairhaven, Oswego, Port Ontario. Big Fish Friday is July 8 (Weigh-in Oswego). Launch points are Oswego, Little Salmon, or Port Ontario. www.oswegoproam.com.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Kiss Me Kate.” Sparks fly both onstage and off when actor-director Fred Graham attempts to mount a musical version of The Taming of the Shrew, with his leading lady and ex-wife Lilli Vanessi in the leading role. Mix in a flirtatious ingenue, her gambler boyfriend and some musically inclined gangsters, and you have the recipe for a sharp, witty and riotous evening of laughs, dancing and some of Cole Porter’s most classic tunes, including “So In Love,” “Too Darn Hot,” “Always True to You (In My Fashion),” and “Tom, Dick or Harry.” Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter. Book by Sam and Bella Spewack. 7:30 p.m. Admission TBA. Little York Pavilion, 6799 Little York Lake Road. https://cortlandrep.org. 

 Clayton. Lee Greenwood. With seven No. 1 songs and 25 charted singles to his credit, Lee Greenwood is a country music legend. His country hits include: “It Turns Me Inside Out,” “Ring on Her Finger Time On Her Hands,” “She’s Lying,” “I Don’t Mind the Thorns If You’re The Rose, “IOU,” “Fools Gold” and the duet with Barbara Mandrell, “To Me” to name a few. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $65+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Oswego. Oswego Pro Am Fishing Tournament. See July 6.  

Preble.  Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Kiss Me Kate.” See July 6.  

Watkins Glen. Finger Lakes Wine Festival. Tastings of 90-plus wines, seminars, cooking demonstrations, toga contest, live music, fireworks, and, for those who plan to stay the weekend, on-site camping. Wristband purchase includes commemorative Finger Lakes Wine Festival glass; access to festival events and tastings; educational wine seminars and access to Masters Historic Racing. Age 21 and older only for tasting. Photo ID required. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. $55 21 and older; $30 designated driver; $20 underage. www.flwinefest.com. www.facebook.com/FLWineFest. 866-461-7223.

 Oswego. Oswego Pro Am Fishing Tournament. See July 6.  

Phoenix. Annual Kids Fishing Derby. 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Free. Lock Island. 

Preble.  Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Kiss Me Kate.” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. See July 6.   

Watkins Glen. Finger Lakes Wine Festival. See July. 7.

 Adams. Cheddar Cheese Festival. Browse artisan booths, sample wine and cheese and explore the Kids’ Zone. 10 a.m. Free. http://cheddarcheesefestival.com.

Oswego. Oswego Pro Am Fishing Tournament. See July 6.  

Phoenix. Flip Flops & Firebirds. Annual summer kick-off party. 1 p.m. until dark. Free. State St.

Preble.  Cortland Repertory Theatre presents Kiss Me Kate. See July 6.  

Red Creek. New York Lavender Festival. See July 2.

Rochester. Corn Hill Arts Festival. This two-day festival has become a staple in Rochester community over the years. The event covers nine streets and will showcase hundreds of artists from across the country, as well as talented musicians from near and far. Family activities, chalk art drawing, vendor booths, wine and beer garden, food booths and live entertainment. See the website for a list of the 2022 artists. Free, except for a few activities. 133 S. Fitzhugh St. https://cornhillartsfestival.com. 585-262-3142. chna@cornhill.org.

Syracuse. Versus Monster Trucks. The event includes Krazy Train with Triton Robbins, the 2021 Freestyle Champion from Buffalo; Plane Krazy with Montana Robbins challenging older brother Triton; and Bad News Travels Fast with Brandon Derrow. The event includes skill competitions and freestyle events. Kids Power Wheels Race (ages 3-9), monster truck rides all day, and more. Rain or shine, as it is all indoors. 7 – 9 p.m. $15 to $24 adult advance; $5 to $10 child advance; $30 adult at the gate; $20 child at the gate. Free parking. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. syracusemonstertrucks.com. versusmonstertrucks@outlook.com.

Watkins Glen. Finger Lakes Wine Festival. See July. 7.

 Canandaigua. Keith Urban. Country star Keith Urban performs live. 7 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Mexico. Concert and Fireworks. Event features Elvis tribute artist Michael Paul Callahan; The Cadleys; and Mexico Brass. The fireworks will be presented by Young Explosives. 5 – 10 p.m. Free. Mexico Point Park, 120 Mexico Point Dr. www.mexicopointpark.com. 315-963-7657.

Oswego. Oswego Pro Am Fishing Tournament. See July 6. 

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents Kiss Me Kate.2 p.m. See July 6. 

Red Creek. New York Lavender Festival. See July 2.

Rochester. Corn Hill Arts Festival. See July 9.

Syracuse. Penguin Palooza. Kids of all ages enjoy this ice cream party around the zoo’s Penguin Coast exhibit, featuring an incredible array of activities, entertainment, free ice cream, kid-friendly foods, music, face painters, and demonstrations with the zoo’s colony of Humboldt penguins. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free with zoo membership or admission. Rosamond Gifford Zoo, 1 Conservation Place. www.rosamondgiffordzoo.org. 315-435-8511. x8526.

Watkins Glen. Finger Lakes Wine Festival. See July. 7.

 Liverpool. Corvette Cruisin’ Night. All Corvettes clubs and spectators welcome. 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Free. Heid’s of Liverpool, 305 Oswego St. heidsofliverpool.com. 315-451-0786.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. The week-long sessions offer new climbers an introduction to rock climbing and an opportunity to develop kinesthetic training through bouldering, top rope climbing, belaying, obstacle course challenges, team building games, and more. Summer 2022 sessions: July 11 to 15 (ages 8-12); July 25 to 29 (ages 8-12); Aug. 8 to 12 (ages 13-16); Aug. 22 to 26 (ages 8-12). Early drop-off and late pick-up options available. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. $385. Central Rock Gym, 600 N. Franklin St. https://centralrockgym.com/Syracuse. 315-671-4450.

 Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Kiss Me Kate.” See July 6.  

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11.

 Auburn. The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and this Academy Award nominated score features songs from the minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked.  In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. Runs through Aug. 2. Check website for show times. $64+ Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Road. www.therevtheatre.com. 315-255-1785. tickets@TheREVTheatre.com.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Kiss Me Kate.” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. See July 6.  

Syracuse. Cheer Live. Bringing together fan favorites from the two most successful rival cheer programs in the country, Navarro College and Trinity Valley Community College, Cheer Live will feature 14x National Champion coach and best-selling author, Monica Aldama alongside cheer stars such as Gabi Butler and Morgan Simianer. The premiere athletes all make mat for an non-competitive exhibition of never-before-seen stunts and stage performances. 7:30 p.m. $35+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11.

 Alexandria Bay. Buskers in the Bay. The 6th annual event includes street performers. Schedule is posted on the website. 6 – 8 p.m. Free. Market Street. www.visitalexbay.org/annual-alex-bay-events/buskers-in-the-bay. 315-482-9531. info@alexbay.org. 

Auburn. The Hunchback of Notre Dame. See July 13. 

Mexico. Mexico Field Days. 5 p.m.; parade (Thursday) at 7 p.m.  Free. 3284 Main St., Mexico.

Preble.  Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Kiss Me Kate.” See July 6.  

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11.

Waterloo. Abba The Concert: Ultimate Tribute to ABBA. 21st Century Artists, Inc. has been presenting its ABBA tribute show throughout North America for well over a decade. Their show sold-out at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles (15,000 people); Highland Park in Chicago (20,000 people); Seaside Summer Concert Series in Brooklyn (11,000+ people) and other venues. Must be 21 years or older to attend event. 8 p.m. $20+ del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

 Alexandria Bay. Buskers in the Bay. See July 14.  

Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Auburn. JB Toys Mini-Con. Peruse a variety of vintage toys, video games, comics, cards, coins, vinyl records, CDs and more. 4 – 8 p.m. Free. Finger Lakes Mall, 270 Genesee St. www.fingerlakesmall.com. 

Canandaigua. Luke Bryan. The country crooner performs live. 7 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Clayton. 1000 Islands International Charity Poker Run. See July 14.

Lyons. Lyons Peppermint Days. This hometown-style festival commemorates when Lyons, New York produced more peppermint than anywhere in the world. Visit the nearby H.G. Hotchkiss Essential Oil Museum, which chronicles Lyons’ minty history. Vendors, food, live music, wine garden, commemorative memorabilia, and entertainment. See who will be crowned Baby Mint and stay late enough Saturday for the fireworks show—one of the best in the region. 5:30 to 10 p.m. Free. Church Street, downtown. LyonsPeppermint@gmail.com. http://lyonstown.com/peppermint-days. 

Mexico. Mexico Field Days. See July 14. 

Nichols. Jason Wicks. Live performance of country music. Must be aged 21 or older. 6:30 – 9 p.m. P.J.’S Patio Entertainment at Tioga Downs Casino Resort, 2384 W. River Road. www.tiogadowns.com. 888-946-8464.

Preble.  Cortland Repertory Theatre presents Kiss Me Kate. See July 6.  

Sacketts Harbor. 50th Annual Can-Am Festival. The event commemorates the close relationship between Canada and the United States. Parade, activities for kids, human foosball, frying pan toss, craft show, speedster challenge, vintage baseball, cornhole tournament, kite festival, farmers market, fireworks, and live music. Visit the website for a complete schedule. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Free. https://visitsacketsharbor.com/events-festivals/can-am-festival.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11.

 Alexandria Bay. Buskers in the Bay. See July 14.  

Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Canandaigua. Jackson Browne. Live in concert, rocker Jackson Browne performs. 8 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Clayton. 1000 Islands International Charity Poker Run. See July 14.

Fulton/Minetto. Oswego Paddle Fest. The long course launches 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. from Indian Point Park on NYS Rte. 481, Fulton. The short course launches 8 to 9 a.m. from Riverview Park, NYS Rte. 48, Minetto. www.hlwmm.org

Hamburg. BurgerFest. This event is not just about burgers, but numerous kinds of foods, plus food trucks. Bring along the children for activities and inflatables. Explore crafts, the car show and the beer tent. 9 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Main and Buffalo Streets. www.hamburgburgerfest.com. 716-400-8903 marlene.gonzalez@northwest.com.

Homer. 41st Annual Holiday in Homer. Live music, local shopping, and food. All day. Free. Homer High School, 28 S. Main St. www.holidayinhomer.org. 607-749-2604.   

Lyons. Lyons Peppermint Days. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. See July 15.  

Mexico. Mexico Field Days. See July 14. 

Naples. Mikaela Davis in concert. Details and tickets available through the website or at the winery. 5 p.m. Inspire Moore Winery & Vineyard, 197 N. Main St. www.inspiremoorewinery.com. 585-374-5970.

Preble.  Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Kiss Me Kate.” See July 6.  

Pulaski. Christmas in July. Local craft and vendor event. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Selkirk Shores State Park, 7101 State Rte. 3. parks.ny.gov/parks/selkirkshores. 

Sacketts Harbor. 50th Annual Can-Am Festival. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. See July 15. 

Syracuse. Meals on Wheels Alley Cat Ride. A fun, family friendly, charity bike ride to benefit Meals on Wheels of Syracuse. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 233 E. Washington St. http://www.syracuse.ny.us/City_Hall.aspx. 315-478-5984.

Waterloo. Lorrie Morgan. Country star and three-time platinum recording artist Lorrie Morgan performs live. Must be 21 years or older to attend event. 8 p.m. $25+ del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

 Alexandria Bay. Buskers in the Bay. See July 14.  

Canandaigua. Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds. Live performance. 7:30 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Lyons. Lyons Peppermint Days. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. See July 15.  

Sacketts Harbor. 50th Annual Can-Am Festival. See July 15. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

DeWitt. Schola Cantorum presents: The Schola 6. The group will sing Spanish 17th century songs. 7:30 – 9:15 p.m. $5 adults; $15 seniors. Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church, 5299 Jamesville Rd. https://www.facebook.com/scholasyracuse. 315-446-1757.

Syracuse. New York State Blues Festival. See July 16.

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Syracuse. The Doobie Brothers: 50th Anniversary Tour. The Doobie Brothers (originally scheduled for July 5, 2020/Aug. 8, 2021) has been rescheduled to June 19, 2022. Any previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date. 7 p.m. $29.50+. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com. 315-435-5100. info@ASMsyracuse.com.

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” The Agatha Christie classic, adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig, presents a story of romance, tragedy, and primal murder. On a winter’s evening in 1934, a snowdrift stops the luxurious Orient Express, literally in its tracks. By morning, it is one passenger less: an American tycoon lies dead in his compartment, stabbed, his door locked from the inside. With a long list of suspects, detective Hercule Poirot must solve the crime before the murderer can strike again. 7:30 p.m. Admission TBA. Little York Pavilion, 6799 Little York Lake Road. https://cortlandrep.org. 

Syracuse. Tee Off FORE the Animals Golf Tournament. Spend a day playing golf to benefit the Rosamond Gifford Zoo. The venue is the historic Bellevue County Club. Designed by the world-renowned golf course architect Donald J. Ross, this challenging course offers beautiful views of the Syracuse skyline and the surrounding hills of Central New York. The day starts with breakfast on the cart, lunch on the course and a post-tournament dinner in the clubhouse, as well as on-course contests and 18 holes of championship golf. 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost varies. Bellevue Country Club, 1901 Glenwood Ave. www.rosamondgiffordzoo.org/zoo-events. 315-435-8511 x8526.

 Alexandria Bay. The Doobie Others Band. There’s no one in the industry today that can recreate the sound and style of the world-famous Doobie Brothers like the Doobie Others can. Seven of Long Island’s top professional musicians have pooled their talents, years of performance experience, and their love of the Doobies to become the very best Doobies tribute show in the country today. 8 – 10 p.m. $37+ Bonnie Castle Resort, 31 Holland St. https://bonniecastle.showare.com. 

Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Clayton. Wicked Divas – Broadway at Clayton Opera House. A concert of Diva showstoppers starring the Glinda and Elphaba from the Broadway production of Wicked and featuring selections from “Phantom of the Opera,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Frozen,” “Wicked” and other diva showstoppers. Alli Mauzey just finished performing on Broadway in the Tony Award winning revival of “Hello, Dolly!” Before that she starred on Broadway as Glinda the Good in “Wicked,” Lenora in the musical “Cry-Baby” and Brenda in “Hairspray.” Dee Roscioli is best known for her portrayal of Elphaba in “Wicked.” 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $35+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200. 

Lake George. Rock the Dock Music Festival. A festival is for all ages, the event features live music on the pier with bands on the dock or aboard the steamboats that surround the stage. Groups include Galactic, Annie in the Water, Chestnut Grove, Glass Pony, O-Man & The Nite Trippers and Raisinhead. Many local craft, food and beer vendors, as well as a merchandise tent featuring posters, T-shirts and other band memorabilia. There will also be a late-night show at The Lagoon featuring OGF5. 4 – 11 p.m. Admission varies. Lake George Steamboat Company, 57 Beach Rd. www.rockthedocklakegeorge.com.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” See July 20.

Skaneateles. Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales. Three days of sales of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, shoes, jewelry, toys, home accessories and more, along with displays by area nonprofits. Strolling magicians/balloon artists throughout the weekend. Organized by: Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce. Thursday and Friday Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Genesee, Jordan and Fennell streets, Skaneateles. 315-685-0552. www.skaneateles.com; wwwfacebook.com/skaneateleschamber.  

Williamstown. Williamstown VFD Field Days. Entertainment, music, food and free parking. 5 – 11 p.m. Free. 575 RT-13, Williamstown. 

 Auburn. The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” See July 20.

Skaneateles. Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales. See July 21.

Williamstown. Williamstown VFD Field Days. See July 21.

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” See July 20.

Skaneateles. Curbstone Festival & Sidewalk Sales. See July 21.

Syracuse. Steely Dan. The 7/3/20/ and 6/28/21 concert dates have been rescheduled to June 23, 2022. Any previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date. 7:30 p.m. $29.50+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com.

Watertown. ZZ Top. Classic rock n’ roll performed live by legend performers ZZ Top. Tickets from the postponed 2021 show will be honored at this event. DPAO.ORG. Proceeds from the concert benefit the programs and services that for over 500 families with developmental disabilities in Jefferson and Lewis Counties. 7 p.m. $58+ Watertown Fairgrounds Arena. www.DPAO.org.

Williamstown. Williamstown VFD Field Days. 12 – 11 p.m. See July 21.

 Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” 2 p.m. See July 20.

Syracuse. Royal Carriage Rides. Experience magical moments as you and your loved ones take an enchanting horse-drawn carriage ride with some of your favorite fairy-tale characters. Wear your favorite dress and bring your cameras and autograph books for a unique and immersive storybook character experience. $230+.
233 E. Washington St. https://royalpromiseproductions.com/events?t=1651101977. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” See July 20.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. See July 20.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Clayton. Paula Cole. Grammy Award winner Paula Cole performs her unique blend of pop and rock live. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $30+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200. 

Oswego. Oswego Harborfest. Free music festival. Since 1988, Oswego Harborfest has grown from a small local event to a major admission free regional festival attracting an average audience estimated at 75,000 annually. More than 30 music performances and attractions, a wide variety of vendors, a midway and fireworks display at dusk on Saturday. Check the website for the complete schedule and list of performers. Free. Breitbeck Park & Washington Square Park. www.oswegoharborfest.com.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” See July 20.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11.

Waterloo. Jamey Johnson. Eleven-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jamey Johnson is “one of the greatest country singers of our time,” according to the Washington Post.  He is one of only a few people in the history of country music to win two Song of the Year Awards from both the CMA and ACMs. Must be 21 years or older to attend event. 8 p.m. Admission TBA. del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Lake George. Lake George Art & Craft Festival. More than 125 artists and artisans selling handmade creations, live music in the dining tent all three days by popular local and regional musicians, festival fare by local and regional entrepreneurs, beverages (including beer and wine), and fun activities for children. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $7 adults; $10 weekend pass; children free. Charles R. Wood Park, 17 Elizabeth Little Boulevard (formerly West Brook Road) http://www.lakegeorgeartcraftfestival.com.

Marion. Pioneer Gas Engine Show. The 58th annual show includes antique gas engines, tractors, equipment displays, demonstrations, flea and craft markets, and, on Saturday, children’s pedal tractor pull at 11 a.m. and a parade at 1 p.m. Antique tractor pulls Friday at 3 p.m. and Saturday at 4 p.m. $3 adults; free children 12 and younger. Food and refreshments for sale and primitive camping available. Marion Town Park, 4072 Park Ave. www.facebook.com/Pioneer-Gas-Engine-Association-101511829416. 585-749-8741. marionpgea@yahoo.com. 

Oswego. Oswego Harborfest. See July 28. 

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” See July 20.

Skaneateles. 44th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Show. More than 80 antique and classic boats and motors will be on display in the water and on land, plus concerts, a boat parade, a photo-shoot cruise aboard the Judge Ben Wiles, children’s activities, demos, raffles and more. Sponsored by M&T Bank and organized by The Finger Lakes Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society and the Skaneateles Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Awards presented in 35 categories, including the People’s Choice Award. Friday: 3 – dusk; Saturday: 9 a.m. to dusk; Sunday: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free. Clift Park. 315-685-0552. www.skaneateles.com; facebook.com/skaneateleschamber.

Syracuse. Summer Time Fun Horse Show. An unrecognized horse show, the show ring will be open for schooling on Thursday from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. and begins at 5: a.m. each morning of the show. For class lists or more information call. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. 315-727-5391. kathyzofbpm@gmail.com

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See July 11. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See July 13.

Homer. Route 90 50-Mile Garage Sale. Search for treasures at independent yard sales on Route 90, a New York State Scenic Byway. Local clubs, fire departments and organizations host breakfasts, bake sales, and barbecues all along the way. Rain or shine. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Homer to Montezuma. www.tourcayuga.com/events/annual-events-festivals/route-90-garage-sale. 800-499-9615.

Lake George. Lake George Art & Craft Festival. See July 29. 

Marion. Pioneer Gas Engine Show. See July 29.

Osceola. Old Tyme Fiddlers Picnic Festival. George Wilson and John Kirk featured artists. Museum and Hall of Fame open during concerts. Time TBA. $10/day. Refreshments available to purchase. 1121 Comins Road. www.nysotfa.com.

Oswego. Oswego Harborfest. 5k, 10k & Kids Fun Run 8:30 a.m. Registration: $10 to $30. Free admission. https://oswegoymca.org. See July 28.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents “Murder on the Orient Express.” See July 20.

Skaneateles. 44th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Show. See July 29.

Syracuse. Summer Time Fun Horse Show. See July 29.

Ticonderoga. 13th Annual StreetFest. The 2022 StreetFest will include sidewalk sales, shopping, food, live entertainment and music, arts and crafts, and kids’ activities. See the website for a complete schedule. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. Montcalm Street. timainstreet.org. 518-585-6619. tmsp@timainstreet.org.

 Homer. Route 90 50-Mile Garage Sale. See July 30.

Lake George. Lake George Art & Craft Festival. See July 29. 

Osceola. Old Tyme Fiddlers Picnic Festival. See July 30.

Oswego. Oswego Harborfest. See July 28.  

Skaneateles. 44th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Show. See July 29.

Syracuse. Summer Time Fun Horse Show. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. See July 29.

August

SUNDAYS

Osceola. NYS Old Tyme Fiddlers Association Concert. 8/7, Joe Davoli; 8/14, Aaron (Raymer) RaPray; 8/21, no concert; 8/28, Kathy Sommer. Refreshments available to purchase. 2 – 5 p.m. Free. 1121 Comins Road. www.nysotfa.com.

Sackets Harbor. Concerts on the Waterfront. Live community concerts on the lawn at the Sackets Harbor Battlefield. Check the website to see who is playing. Bring your own seating. 3 – 5 p.m. Free. Sackets Harbor Battlefield, 504 W. Main St. https://visitsacketsharbor.com/events-festivals/concerts-on-the-waterfront.

Sodus Point. Sunday Concerts. Bring your own seating for a free concert on the lawn of the Sodus Point Lighthouse. Refreshment for sale on the grounds. The Lighthouse Museum will be open. Check the website to see who is performing. 2 – 4 p.m. Free. 7606 N. Ontario St. www.sodusbaylighthouse.org/pages/concerts. 315-483-4936. info@sodusbaylighthouse.org. 

WEDNESDAYS

Alexandria Bay. Summer Concert Series. 7 – 8:30 p.m. Free. View Park Pavilion, Sisson Street.

Brewerton. Fort Brewerton Farmers’ Market. 4 – 7:30 p.m. Fort Brewerton & Oliver Stevens Blockhouse Museum, 9 US Route 11. 

Oswego. 2022 Sunset Concert Series. Live music performances. Bring your own seating. 7 p.m. Free. Breitbeck Park, Lake Street. www.oswegony.org

WEDNESDAYS and THURSDAYS

Liverpool. Live music. Rhythm N’ Shoes performs Wednesdays; a variety of musicians perform on Thursdays. 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Free. Heid’s of Liverpool, 305 Oswego St. heidsofliverpool.com. 315-451-0786.

THURSDAYS

Oswego. Oswego Farmers Market. 4 – 7:45 p.m. W. First St.

Oswego. Rockin’ on the River Concert Series. Live music performances. Bring your own seating. 6 – 9 p.m. Free. Veterans Stage, West River Walk. www.oswegony.org.

FRIDAYS

Oswego. 2022 Sunset Concert Series. Live music performances. No concert 7/27. Bring your own seating. 7 p.m. Free. Breitbeck Park, Lake St. www.oswegony.org

Pulaski. Pulaski Farmers’ Market/Music in the Park. 4 to 8 p.m. Historic South Park, Jefferson St.

Syracuse. Food Truck + Music Fridays. Stop by the Everson Community Plaza each Friday during the summer to enjoy food truck fare, live music (12:30 – 1:30 p.m.), and art. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 401 Harrison St. https://everson.org. 315-474-6064.

SATURDAYS

Fulton. Fulton Farmers’ Market. 8 a.m. to noon. Canalview Mall parking lot, S. 2nd St.

Fulton. Arts Market. Weather permitting. 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. CNY Community Arts Center, 121 Cayuga St. www.cnyartscenter.com.

WEEKENDS

Mexico. Casey’s Cottage. Nestled among the trees near the former mouth of the Little Salmon River at Mexico Point, Casey’s Cottage is all that remains of Orville Hungerford’s elegant Mexico Point Clubhouse (1906). Guests were met at the train station in Mexico and brought to the Clubhouse by a horse-drawn carriage. The horses were returned to the carriage house. With the advent of the automobile, horses were no longer necessary so that building was no longer needed. What remained of the carriage house was transformed by friends into a medieval manor house, known as Casey’s Cottage. The historic structure stands on a stone foundation and ship chains along the entry. Open to visitors 2 – 4 p.m. Mexico Point Park, 120 Mexico Point Dr. www.mexicopointpark.com. 315-963-7657.

Syracuse. Crafted Underground Series. Creative arts and crafts vendors and start-up local businesses hosted each weekend, along with local musicians mid-day. Each round of pop-ups will last three months. Saturdays noon – 6 p.m.; Sundays noon – 5 p.m. Free admission. The McCarthy Mercantile, 217 S. Salina St. https://wildflowersarmory.com/crafted. 315-546-4919. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” Based on the Victor Hugo novel, and this Academy Award nominated score features songs from the minds behind Broadway’s Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin and Wicked.  In 15th century Paris, deformed bellringer Quasimodo yearns to explore life beyond the confines of Notre Dame. When he encounters a beautiful gypsy, his sights are set. Runs through Aug. 2. Check website for show times. $64+ Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Road. www.therevtheatre.com. 315-255-1785. tickets@TheREVTheatre.com.

Phoenix. Music in the Park. Live music performances. Bring your own seating. 6 – 8 p.m. Free. Henley Park, 55 State St. 

 Auburn. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” See Aug. 1.  

Pompey. Empire Farm Days. View farming demonstrations, sample New York State goods, and shop among hundreds of vendors of farm and outdoors goods. Local organizations will have food and beverages for sale and the Brewhouse will be open. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission/parking TBA. Palladino Farms/Heritage Hill Brewhouse, 3149 Sweet Hill Road. https://leetradeshows.com/empire-farm-days. 800-218-5586. kmaring@leepub.com.

Syracuse. Incubus. The lives performance includes a line-up of Incubus, Sublime with Rome and The Aquadolls. 7 p.m. $25+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com.

 Pompey. Empire Farm Days. See Aug. 2.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” The charming story of the practically perfect nanny comes to life. Meet Bert, chimney sweep and jack-of-all trades, as he presents everyday life in 1910 England and shares the troubles of the Banks family. Young Jane and Michael have sent many a nanny packing before Mary Poppins arrives on their doorstep. Using a combination of magic and common sense, she must teach the family members how to value each other again.  7:30 p.m. Admission TBA. Little York Pavilion, 6799 Little York Lake Road. https://cortlandrep.org. 

 Auburn. “‘Til Death Do Us Part: Late Nite Catechism 3.” This performance is the latest class to be unveiled in this sinfully funny series. After teaching countless students about the saints, venial sins, limbo and more, Sister is now offering up hilarious lessons on the Sacraments of Marriage and the Last Rites, including her own wacky version of “The Newlywed Game.” Audience participation is part of the fun. 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. $50. Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Road. www.therevtheatre.com. 315-255-1785. tickets@TheREVTheatre.com.

Canandaigua. Sam Hunt. The country star performs live. 7 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Clayton. The World-Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. Glenn Miller was one of the best-known dance bandleaders in the Swing Era of the 30s and 40s. Today, the 18-member ensemble continues to play many of the original Miller arrangements both from the civilian band and the AAFB libraries. Additionally, it also plays some more modern selections arranged and performed in the Miller style and sound. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $35+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200. 

Eden. Eden Corn Festival. The annual festival highlights one of the region’s top crops and includes the Agricultural and Community Showcase and plenty of corn on the cob. Midway, games, food stands, craft show and business vendors. 3 – 11 p.m. Free, with nominal parking fee. http://edencornfest.com. info@edencornfest.com. 

Phelps. Phelps Sauerkraut Festival. Celebrates everything sauerkraut and cabbage. Phelps was once lauded as the sauerkraut capital of the world. See who will be crowed the Sauerkraut Festival Prince and Princess. 5 – 11 p.m. Free. www.phelpsny.com/sauerkraut-weekend. sauerkraut@phelpsny.com.

Pompey. Empire Farm Days. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. See Aug. 2.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” See Aug. 3.

 Auburn. “‘Til Death Do Us Part: Late Nite Catechism 3.” 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. See Aug. 4.

Eden. Eden Corn Festival. See Aug. 4.

Oswego. Oswego City Block Party. Live music, entertainment, food trucks, and more. 5 p.m. Free. W. 1st St. www.oswegony.org.

Phelps. Phelps Sauerkraut Festival. 2 – 11 p.m. See Aug. 4.  

Phoenix. Music in the Park. See Aug. 1. 

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” See Aug. 3.

Syracuse. Brew at the Zoo. More than 2,000 guests sell out this annual beer tasting event featuring a selection of craft beers and beverages from the Central New York region. In addition to over 100 beverage tastings, enjoy a variety of local food trucks, live entertainment throughout the zoo, animals on evening exhibit, and more. A silent auction features animal artwork, collectables, travel packages, dining experiences, movie and rock star memorabilia. 21 and older only. Rosamond Gifford Zoo, 1 Conservation Place. www.rosamondgiffordzoo.org. 315-435-8511 x8526.

Syracuse. NBHA New York State Championships. The National Barrel Horse Association New York State Championships. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. 518-424-0972. www.nbha.com.

Waterloo. Cedric the Entertainer. Cedric has hosted TV shows, starred in the TV Land original series “The Soul Man,” and has done voice work for “Ice Age,” the “Madagascar” film series, “Charlotte’s Web” and the “Planes” franchise. In 2019, he received a Hollywood walk of fame star. Must be 21 years or older to attend event. 8 p.m. $55.50. del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 state Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

 Cortland.  Arts and Wine Festival. Artist vendors, live music, performing artists, children’s activities, wine and craft beverage tasting and food from downtown restaurants. Live music and entertainment will be performed throughout the day. Check out website for more details as we get closer to the event. The parking lot behind the McNeil building, between Main, Central and Church streets. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. www.cortlandartsconnect.org/artsandwine. 

Eden. Eden Corn Festival. 12 – 11 p.m. See Aug. 4.

Geneva. The Glorious Garlic Festival. The event had been held in Penn Yan at Fox Run Vineyard, but this year will be at the Geneva Lakefront. The event includes wine tasting, cooking demonstration, vendors, food, live entertainment and the chance to sample and purchase freshly harvest garlic of several varieties. Seneca Street and Geneva Lakefront. www.genevadowntown.com. 315-789-0102.

Moriah. Champ Day: Lake Champlain Monster Festival. The resident monster, affectionately known as “Champ” or “Champy,” has been sighted for as long as people have been in this part of the Adirondacks. Old stories of the Native American tribes that lived near Lake Champlain confirm that they believed a “horned serpent” lived in the lake. Modern sightings started in Bulwagga Bay, Port Henry in 1819. This remains an excellent place to launch a Champ search. The festival includes special guests, contests, merchandise vendors, kids’ activities, food, and more. Check the Facebook page for the complete schedule. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. Port Henry. www.facebook.com/champdayfestival.

Oswego. Annual Dragon Boat Festival. Watch as teams of 16 to 20 paddlers race authentic 40’ Hong-Kong style dragon boats. Food trucks, live music, games and Heroes Challenge Race for state and local first responders and active military members. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. (Registration fee for dragon boat team members.) Breitbeck Park, Bronson Street. dragonboat@oswegoymca.org.

Oswego. Oswego Family Festival. Live entertainment, food trucks, waterslides, laser tag, zip line, butterfly tent and more. noon – 6 p.m. Free. Breitbeck Park, Bronson Street. www.oswegony.org.

Oswego. Junior Naturalist Walk. Walks and themed activities. Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. Rice Creek Field Station, 193 Thompson Rd. 

Palmyra. Pirate Whitley’s Ghost Walk. Walking tour of the old cemetery and then a ghost hunt in two locations. 7 – 11 p.m. $20. www.historicpalmyrany.com/event.

Phelps. Phelps Sauerkraut Festival. 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. See Aug. 4.  

Phoenix. Nashville Comes to Phoenix. Concert and block party, sponsored by the Looking Glass Salon. 3 – 9 p.m. State St.

Phoenix. Village-Wide Garage Sale. 9 a.m. Throughout the Village of Phoenix. 

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” See Aug. 3.

Raquette Lake. Durant Days. For the boat parade, the theme is “Anything Goes,” as any type is welcome: party barges, runabouts, no-octane, etc. If it floats and it’s a boat, decorate it and get out on the water and show the classic spirit and tradition of Raquette Lake living. Cash prizes. Registration forms available at Burke’s or Bird’s Marina. 7 p.m. Various locations. https://mylonglake.com/durant-days.

Sterling. Sterling Renaissance Festival. Step back in time to revel in an all-day festival of Renaissance times. A full-time professional corps of actors, selected from a national audition tour, people the ground in period costumes to interact with guests and add atmosphere to the Village of Warwick created on the festival grounds. Meet the queen and her court, shop the marketplace for gifts hand made on site, feast on period foods and engage in Elizabethan games. Watch events such as jousting and other entertainment. Check the schedule for special weekends and ticket packages. $37. 34+ 15385 Farden Road. www.sterlingfestival.com.

Syracuse. NBHA New York State Championships. See Aug. 5.

 Alexandria Bay. Tim McGraw Tribute. Nashville recording artist and Las Vegas entertainer Adam D. Tucker recreates the music and mystique of country music icon Tim McGraw. Adam and his crew have opened for 42 National Acts nationwide, including Taylor Swift, Trace Adkins, Jason Aldean, Charlie Daniels, Blake Shelton, and Josh Turner. 8 – 9:30 p.m. $37. Bonnie Castle Resort, 31 Holland St. https://bonniecastle.showare.com. 

Canandaigua. Journey. Rock out at their live concert. 8 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Eden. Eden Corn Festival. 12 – 9 pm. See Aug. 4.

Geneva. The Glorious Garlic Festival. See Aug. 7.

Oswego. Oswego Family Festival. See Aug. 6.

Phelps. Phelps Sauerkraut Festival. 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. See Aug. 4.  

Preble. Bill Knowlton’s Bluegrass Ramble Picnic. Pack a lawn chair, a picnic and enjoy the oldest bluegrass festival in the northeastern United States. The music includes a wide variety of CNY bluegrass and old-time bands. Food, arts and crafts, vendors, band tables and raffles. 6799 Little York Lake Road. www.experiencecortland.com/destination/bill-knowltons-bluegrass-ramble-picnic. 

Sterling. Sterling Renaissance Festival. See Aug. 6.

Syracuse. NBHA New York State Championships. See Aug. 5.

 Liverpool. Corvette Cruisin’ Night. All Corvettes clubs and spectators welcome. 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Free. Heid’s of Liverpool, 305 Oswego St. heidsofliverpool.com. 315-451-0786.

Phoenix. Music in the Park. See Aug. 1. 

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. The week-long sessions offer new climbers an introduction to rock climbing and an opportunity to develop kinesthetic training through bouldering, top rope climbing, belaying, obstacle course challenges, team building games, and more. Summer 2022 sessions: Aug. 8 to 12 (ages 13-16); Aug. 22 to 26 (ages 8-12). Early drop-off and late pick-up options available. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. $385. Central Rock Gym, 600 N. Franklin St. https://centralrockgym.com/Syracuse. 315-671-4450.

 Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” See Aug. 3.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

 Fulton. Fulton Jazz Fest. Live music from world renowned artists and local talent. Bring your own seating. See complete schedule online. Free. Canalview Park, Lock 3. fultonjazzfest.com. fultonjazzfest@gmail.com. 315-760-JAZZ.

Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. Classical vocalists and instrumentalists perform live. Times vary. Check the website for the schedule. $20 single concert; $49 three-day pass; $150 entire festival. The Carriage House, Fort William Henry Hotel & Conference Center, 48 Canada Street. www.lakegeorgemusicfestival.com.

Canandaigua. Pageant of Steam. This year’s pageant features Case Collectors National Show. View steam traction engines, antique tractors, shingle making, grain threshing and baling, Corliss steam engines and antique gas engines, plowing and sawmill demonstrations. Daily parades of equipment at 1 p.m. Tractor pulls daily. Festival food, craft show, flea market and live music and entertainment. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. $7 adults; children 12 and younger, free; $10 Sat. after 4 p.m. 3349 Gehan Rd. https://nysteamengineassociation.com/nysea-home-page/upcoming-shows. 585-721-6172. 

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. See Aug. 3.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

 Canandaigua. Pageant of Steam. See Aug. 10.

Fulton. Fulton Jazz Fest. See Aug. 10. 

Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 10.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents Mary Poppins. See Aug. 3.

Syracuse. Kenny Chesney: Here & Now Tour 2022. Line-up includes Kenny Chesney and Carly Pearce. 7:30. $39.50+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com.  

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

 Canandaigua. Pageant of Steam. See Aug. 10.

Fulton. Fulton Jazz Fest. See Aug. 10. 

Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 10.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents Mary Poppins. 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. See Aug. 3.

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

 Avon. Avon Rotary Corn Festival. The annual event includes a corn eating contest, arts and crafts, live music on three separate stages, games, festival food, and locally brewed craft beer at the Beer Garden. The event hosts more than 100 craft vendors and 25 food vendors. https://cornfest.avonrotary.org. cornfestchair@avonrotary.org.

Canandaigua. Pageant of Steam. See Aug. 10.

Clayton. 1000 Islands Art & Crafts and Antiques Festival. Local and regional artisans, food, and more. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cerow Recreation Park, 314 John St. 315-686-4123. www.TIArtscenter.org. Kathy@TIArtsCenter.org.

Clayton. Scarborough Fair: A Simon & Garfunkel Tribute. Jeb Guthrie and Jock Guthrie pay homage to Simon & Garfunkel. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $30+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Fulton. Fulton Jazz Fest. See Aug. 10. 

Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 10.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents Mary Poppins. See Aug. 3.

Sterling. Sterling Renaissance Festival. See Aug. 6.

Syracuse. Chris Porter: Special Engagement. Best known for his third place appearance on season 4 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and his one hour special Ugly & Angry that was one of Netflix’s top-rated specials for three years, you may also know this Kansas City native from his own Comedy Central Presents special, his appearance on Tommy Chong’s Comedy at 420 on Showtime, the Arsenio Hall show, Comedy.TV, or appearances at comedy clubs. 21 and older only. 7 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. $22. Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant, Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd. http://syracuse.comedyreservations.com.

Syracuse. KROCK presents Alice in Chains with Breaking Benjamin and special guests Bush. 5:30 p.m. $25+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com. 

 Clayton. 1000 Islands Art & Crafts and Antiques Festival. See Aug. 13.

Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 10.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” 2 p.m. See Aug. 3.

Sterling. Sterling Renaissance Festival. See Aug. 6.

Syracuse. Royal Carriage Rides. Experience magical moments as you and your loved ones take an enchanting horse-drawn carriage ride with some of your favorite fairy-tale characters. Wear your favorite princess dress and bring your cameras and autograph books for a unique and immersive storybook character experience. $230+ 233 E. Washington St. https://royalpromiseproductions.com/events?t=1651101977. 

 Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 10.

 Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 10.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” See Aug. 3.

 Auburn. “State Fair.” Rodgers & Hammerstein’s only musical written directly for the screen is now a Broadway musical. Set against the colorful backdrop of an American heartland tradition, “State Fair” travels with the Frake family as they leave behind the routine of the farm for three days of adventure at the annual Iowa State Fair. Mom and Pop have their hearts set on blue ribbons while their daughter and son find romance and heartbreak on the midway. Features an Academy Award-winning score. Runs through Sept. 6. Check website for show times. $64+ Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Road. www.therevtheatre.com. 315-255-1785. tickets@TheREVTheatre.com.

Canandaigua. Chris Stapleton. Country rocker Chris Stapleton appears live. 7 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 10.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. “Tradition, heritage, and family” is the 2022 theme. Animal shows, domestic arts exhibits, fine arts & photography and more. 291 Ellisburg St. www.oswegocountyfair.com.

Syracuse. Carlos Santana and Earth, Wind & Fire. This is the event rescheduled from the original date of 8/19/20 and 8/19/21. Tickets purchased previously will be honored. 7 p.m. $40+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com.  

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. See Aug. 3.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Hannibal. Hannibal Field Days. Games, music, and fireworks. Parade at 7 p.m. Event runs 6 – midnight. Free. 155 Oswego St., Hannibal. http://www.hannibalfirecompany.com.

Lake George. Lake George Music Festival. See Aug. 10.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. See Aug. 17.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” See Aug. 3.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Hannibal. Hannibal Field Days. See Aug. 18. 

Lake George. LGFD June Craft Festival. Enjoy artisans and crafters from all over the New York region and as far away as Maine, Vermont and Pennsylvania. Discover crafts and handmade items for all ages and occasions. Free. Shepard Park, Canada Street. http://lgfdcraftshow.org.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theare presents Mary Poppins. See Aug. 3.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. See Aug. 17.

 Auburn. Cayuga County Cruisers. View vintage cars on display. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. Free. Finger Lakes Mall, 270 Genesee St. www.fingerlakesmall.com. www.facebook.com/CayugaCountyCruisers. 

Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17.  

Hannibal. Hannibal Field Days. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. See Aug. 18. 

Lake George. LGFD June Craft Festival. See Aug. 19.

Preble. Cortland Repertory Theatre presents “Mary Poppins.” See Aug. 3.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. See Aug. 17.

Syracuse. Asian Elephant Extravaganza. This annual event celebrates the Rosamond Gifford Zoo’s Asian elephant herd and the cultural traditions of their native countries in South Asia. Friends of the Zoo and the zoo’s elephant team plan a day-long slate of activities including performances of traditional Indian music and dance, an Indonesian orchestra called a gamelan, demonstrations with a six-member elephant herd and birthday celebrations for the zoo’s two eldest elephants, Siri and Romani. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free with zoo membership or admission. Rosamond Gifford Zoo, 1 Conservation Place. www.rosamondgiffordzoo.org. 315-435-8511. x8526.

 Cortland. PorchFest. Local bands, children’s acts and activities. 12 – 5 p.m. Free. Van Hoesen Street. www.facebook.com/porchfestcortland. porchfestcortland@gmail.com. 

Lake George. LGFD June Craft Festival. See Aug. 19.

Sandy Creek. Oswego County Fair. See Aug. 17.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. Ranked as one of the nation’s top state fairs, the Great New York State Fair features hundreds of exhibitions and competitions of all sorts, midway rides and games, free live entertainment on multiple stages and at various points throughout the fairgrounds, Dairy Cow Live Birthing Center, annual butter sculpture, Taste of NY area, sand sculpture, fair food and local restaurants, product vendors and more across the 365-acre fairgrounds and its 50 buildings. Last year, nearly 800,000 attended throughout the 13-day event. The Empire RV Park withing the fairgrounds allows both vendor and visitor camping with online reservations. Check the website for special promotion days, discounts, concert news and other special events. 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. most days. $3 adult; children 12 and younger free and adults 56 and older. $5 parking. State Fair Blvd. https://nysfair.ny.gov.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Syracuse. Brad Paisley: World Tour 2022. Line-up includes Brad Paisley, Scott McCreery and Caylee Hammack. 7:30 p.m. $35.25+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com. 

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Lake George. 48th Annual Lake George Antique & Classic Boat Show Rendezvous. Lake George, nicknamed the “Queen of American Lakes” is 32 miles long and varies from one to three miles in width. Spend the weekend exploring the lake and viewing more than 50 boats on display both in and out of the water. There will also be a land display of Model T automobiles and classic Triumph sports cars. Food and ice cream vendors available. Registration is 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Show is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Guided tours of the lake in your boat at noon. Cocktails/hors d’oeuvres 5:45 – 8:30 p.m. Check the website for the schedule. Lake George Village Docks. https://acbs-adc.org/calendar-3.

Rochester. Rochester Summer Soul Music Festival Weekend. Performing artists, family activities, vendor booths and merchandise vendors. Check the website for the complete schedule and the locations for each of the event’s three days. 5 – 11 p.m. A mix of free and ticketed events. One Morrie Silver Way. www.rocsummersoulfest.com. 585-454-1001. 

Syracuse. Rock Climbing Summer Vacation Program. See Aug. 8.

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Canandaigua. Dwight Yoakam. Country singer Dwight Yoakam performs live. 8 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Central Square. T2T Ride. A scenic ride through Oswego County to raise money for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. Registration 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. $20 driver; $15 passenger. American Legion #915, 3301 Fulton Ave. 

Lake George. 48th Annual Lake George Antique & Classic Boat Show Rendezvous. See Aug. 26.

Naples. Donna the Buffalo in concert. Details and tickets available through the website or at the winery. 5 p.m. Inspire Moore Winery & Vineyard, 197 N. Main St. www.inspiremoorewinery.com. 585-374-5970.

Rochester. Rochester Summer Soul Music Festival Weekend. 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. See Aug. 26.

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Rochester. Rochester Summer Soul Music Festival Weekend. 3 – 7 p.m. See Aug. 26.

Syracuse. Royal Carriage Rides. See Aug. 14 

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Aug. 17. 

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

September

SUNDAYS

Osceola. NYS Old Tyme Fiddlers Association Concert. 9/4, Bill Gregg; 9/11, Fiddlin’s Fun Chapter; 9/18, Jeff Wisor; 9/18, Roger Thesier House Party. Refreshments available to purchase. 2 – 5 p.m. Free. 1121 Comins Road. www.nysotfa.com.

WEDNESDAYS

Brewerton. Fort Brewerton Farmers’ Market. 4 – 7:30 p.m. Fort Brewerton & Oliver Stevens Blockhouse Museum, 9 US Route 11. 

THURSDAYS

Oswego. Oswego Farmers’ Market. 4 – 7:45 p.m. W. 1st St.

SATURDAYS

Fulton. Fulton Farmers’ Market. 8 a.m. to noon. Canalview Mall parking lot, S. 2nd St. 

WEEKENDS

Syracuse. Crafted Underground Series. Creative arts and crafts vendors and start-up local businesses hosted each weekend, along with local musicians mid-day. Each round of pop-ups will last three months. Saturdays noon – 6 p.m.; Sundays noon – 5 p.m. Free admission. The McCarthy Mercantile, 217 S. Salina St. https://wildflowersarmory.com/crafted. 315-546-4919. 

DATES/TIME TO BE DETERMINED

Central Square. Central Square Apple Festival. Hosted by the Hastings Lion’s Club. Amusement rides, entertainment, and approximately 300 vendors. Brewerton Speedway, 60 US RT 11.  www.facebook.com/CentralSquareAppleFestival.

 Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. Live entertainment and craft fair. 6 – 9 p.m. Free.  Scenic View Park Pavilion, Sisson Street. 

Auburn. “State Fair.” Rodgers & Hammerstein’s only musical written directly for the screen is now a Broadway musical. Set against the colorful backdrop of an American heartland tradition, “State Fair” travels with the Frake family as they leave behind the routine of the farm for three days of adventure at the annual Iowa State Fair. Mom and Pop have their hearts set on blue ribbons while their daughter and son find romance and heartbreak on the midway. Features an Academy Award-winning score. Runs through Sept. 6. Check website for show times. $64+ Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Road. www.therevtheatre.com. 315-255-1785. tickets@TheREVTheatre.com.

Canandaigua. Hall and Oates. Pop stars Hall and Oates perform live. 8 p.m. Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive. www.cmacevents.com. 585-678-6938.

Oswego. 66th Annual CLASSIC Weekend. Racing, camping and fun. Oswego Speedway, 300 E. Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com

Syracuse. The 85 South Show Live – Ghetto Legends 2: Unfinished Business. The last few years, the 85 South Show has been shaking up the podcasting scene with improvs and freestyles by rising comedic talent from the South. Join DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Chico Bean as they bring their talents to Syracuse. 8 p.m. $45. Upstate Medical Arena at The Oncenter War Memorial, 760 S. State St. http://www.oncenter.org.

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. See Sept. 1.  

Auburn. “State Fair.” See Sept. 1. 

Oswego. 66th Annual CLASSIC Weekend. See Sept. 1. 

Oswego. Oswego City Block Party. Live music, entertainment, food trucks and more. 5 p.m. Free. W. 1st St., Oswego. www.oswegony.org.

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. See Sept. 1. 

Auburn. “State Fair.” See Sept. 1. 

Buffalo. Buffalo Wing Festival. Sample dozens of varieties of chicken wings at the National Inspired by a Bill Murray character attending the fictitious National Buffalo Wing Festival in the film “Osmosis Jones, “the real event was founded by local Drew Cerza in 2002 to promote Buffalo. Attendees flock from each US state and 50 countries for eating wings, cooking and eating competitions and bobbing for wings from a kiddie pool of bleu cheese dressing—no hands allowed. $15 for a sheet of 10 tickets (1 ticket = 1 chicken wing). Free parking. noon – 9 p.m. Highmark Stadium, One Bills Drive, Orchard Park. https://buffalowing.com. 

Fulton. Arts Market. Weather permitting. 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. CNY Community Arts Center, 121 Cayuga St. www.cnyartscenter.com. 

Mexico. Casey’s Cottage. Nestled among the trees near the former mouth of the Little Salmon River at Mexico Point, Casey’s Cottage is all that remains of Orville Hungerford’s elegant Mexico Point Clubhouse (1906). Guests were met at the train station in Mexico and brought to the Clubhouse by a horse-drawn carriage. The horses were returned to the carriage house. With the advent of the automobile, horses were no longer necessary so that building was no longer needed. What remained of the carriage house was transformed by friends into a medieval manor house, known as Casey’s Cottage. The historic structure stands on a stone foundation and ship chains along the entry. Open to visitors 2 – 4 p.m. Mexico Point Park, 120 Mexico Point Dr. www.mexicopointpark.com. 315-963-7657.Moriah. Labor Day Celebration in Port Henry. Join the annual Labor Day weekend celebration. Check the website for more details. www.porthenrymoriah.com/events.

Oswego. 66th Annual CLASSIC Weekend. See Sept. 1. 

Syracuse. Syracuse University Orange Football vs. Louisville Cardinals. The Dome at Syracuse University. 900 Irving Ave. https://cuse.com/ticketing/?t=1651108822.

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. See Sept. 1. 

Buffalo. Buffalo Wing Festival. 12 – 7 p.m. See Sept. 3. 

Mexico. Casey’s Cottage. See Sept. 3.

Moriah. Labor Day Celebration in Port Henry. See Sept. 3.

Sackets Harbor. Concerts on the Waterfront. Live community concerts on the lawn at the Sackets Harbor Battlefield. Check the website to see who is playing. Bring your own seating. 3 – 5 p.m. Free. Sackets Harbor Battlefield, 504 W. Main St. https://visitsacketsharbor.com/events-festivals/concerts-on-the-waterfront.

Sodus Point. Sunday Concerts. Bring your own seating for a free concert on the lawn of the Sodus Point Lighthouse. Refreshment for sale on the grounds. The Lighthouse Museum will be open. Check the website to see who is performing. 2 – 4 p.m. Free. 7606 N. Ontario St. www.sodusbaylighthouse.org/pages/concerts. 315-483-4936. info@sodusbaylighthouse.org. 

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Alexandria Bay. Blues in the Bay. See Sept. 1. 

Mexico. Casey’s Cottage. See Sept. 3.

Moriah. Labor Day Celebration in Port Henry. See Sept. 3.

Syracuse. The Great New York State Fair. See Aug. 24.

 Auburn. State Fair. See Sept. 1. 

Syracuse. Sting: My Songs. Live performance line-up includes Sting and Joe Sumner. 8 p.m. $39.50+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com. 

 Alexandria Bay. Summer Concert Series. 7 – 8:30 p.m. Free. View Park Pavilion, Sisson Street.

Liverpool. Live music. Rhythm N’ Shoes performs Wednesdays; a variety of musicians perform on Thursdays. 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Free. Heid’s of Liverpool, 305 Oswego St. heidsofliverpool.com. 315-451-0786.

 Lake George. Lake George Community Band. Free concert with fireworks. Bring your own seating. 8 – 9:30 p.m. Free. Shepard Park, Canada Street.

Lewiston. Niagara County Peach Festival. Midway, peach treats and the crowning of the Peach Queen. 5 – 10 p.m. 851 Center St. http://www.lewistonpeachfestival.org. www.facebook.com/lewistonpeachfestival/?business_id=1045694822107304. mail@lewistonpeachfestival.org. 

Liverpool. Live music. See Sept. 7.

 Clayton. Street Corner Symphony. A contemporary a cappella group based out of Nashville, Tennessee, Street Corner Symphony sings gospel, rock, pop and more. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $20+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Lewiston. Niagara County Peach Festival. 5:20 – 11 p.m. See Sept. 8. 

Syracuse. Styx and REO Speedwagon: Live & UnZoomed Tour. Live performance line-up includes Styx, REO Speedwagon and Loverboy. 6:45 p.m. $29.50+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com. 

 Auburn. Central New York TomatoFest. The event raises money for local food pantries. TomatoFest offers eventgoers live tomato-based goods like salsa and the annual Bloody Mary Bar, live entertainment, vendors and food. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free. Downtown Auburn. www.cnytomatofest.org. www.facebook.com/CNY-Tomatofest-251378628568586/. 

Baldwinsville. Golden Harvest Festival. This event is an old-time country fair and traditional harvest festival wrapped up in one. Non-stop music, live entertainment, arts & crafts vendors, a natural midway for kids, wildlife programs, canoeing & kayaking, hayrides, a variety of food and more. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. $5; $1 ages 6-17; ages 5 and younger, free. Beaver Lake Nature Center, 8477 East Mud Lake Road. http://events.onondagacountyparks.com/view/187/golden-harvest-festival. 

Branchport. Tour de Teddi. Take a bike ride around the Finger Lakes region to raise funds and awareness for Camp Good Days. The ride will begin and end at the Camp Good Days Recreational Facility. Riders may choose from two courses: 27 miles down to Hammondsport and back or 45 miles around Keuka Lake. Once completed, there will be a cookout provided for all riders. $45 per rider; $50 the day of the event. Day of check-in and complimentary breakfast 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.; race begins at 10 a.m. Post ride cookout 12 – 3 p.m. Camp Good Days & Special Times Recreational Facility, 643 West Lake Road. www.tourdeteddi.org.

Fulton. Arts Market. Weather permitting. 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. CNY Community Arts Center, 121 Cayuga St. www.cnyartscenter.com.

Lewiston. Niagara County Peach Festival. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. See Sept. 8.  

Palmyra. Murder, Mystery and Tragedy Tour. Walk around the village of Palmyra with local history experts and journey through the dark streets. Many haunting tales to be told on this special tour. Ages 16+ 6 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. $20. www.historicpalmyrany.com/event.

Waterloo. Ronny Chieng. Stand-up comedian, actor and correspondent on “the Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” Ronny Chieng was also one of the stars of the movie “Crazy Rich Asians” and has appeared on “the Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” “the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” the New York Times, and GQ. Ronny released his debut Netflix Stand Up Comedy Special “Asian Comedian Destroys America.” Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $35. del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

 Baldwinsville. Golden Harvest Festival. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. See Sept. 10.

Lewiston. Niagara County Peach Festival. 12 – 11:30 p.m. See Sept. 8. 

Syracuse. Collectorsfest Sports Memorabilia & Collectible Show. These shows are the biggest shows in upstate New York and consist of any of the following: sports cards (sets, wax packs and singles), graded cards, autographs, racing, non-sports cards, starting line-ups, supplies to protect collectible items, posters, framed art, magazines, bobble heads, diecast, and more. Show will have up to 110 tables of all types of collectibles. Will have some new and different vendors setting up each show from all over the Northeast and Canada. 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. $5 adults; children 10 and younger, free. Science & Industry Building at the New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. cnypromotions.com. 607-753-8580. collectorsfest@cnypromotions.com. 

 Liverpool. Corvette Cruisin’ Night. All Corvettes clubs and spectators welcome. 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Free. Heid’s of Liverpool, 305 Oswego St. heidsofliverpool.com. 315-451-0786.

Syracuse. Rainbow Kitten Surprise. Performing live. They have garnered widespread praise from Billboard, TIME, Vice, and NPR who described their sound as “…a mix of jam and indie and whatever else you can throw into the soup…very earnest, beautiful, political, loving rock n’ roll.” 7:30 p.m. $26.50 to $66.50. Landmark Theatre, 362 S. Salina St. https://landmarktheatre.org.

 Syracuse. NYS Morgan Horse Society’s Annual Regional Horse Show. The New York State Morgan Horse Society presented the first annual All Morgan Horse Show at the New York State Fairgrounds, in 1960. The New York Morgan always attracts the best of the Morgan breed from a region filled with quality competitors. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. www.nysmhs.org. 585-760-4707. gullwingmorgans@gmail.com.

 Syracuse. Jason Aldean: Rock N’ Roll Cowboy Tour. The live line-up includes Jason Aldean, Gabby Barrett, John Morgan, and Dee Jay Silver. 7:30. $39.75. St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com. 

Syracuse. NYS Morgan Horse Society’s Annual Regional Horse Show. See Sept. 14.

 Syracuse. NYS Morgan Horse Society’s Annual Regional Horse Show. See Sept. 14.

Syracuse. Sinbad. Making a rare comedy club appearance, Sinbad has worked tirelessly to rise to the top of the standup circuit, finding success in both television and film in addition to his popular stage act. Ages 21 and older only. 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. $37+ Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant, Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd. http://syracuse.comedyreservations.com. 

Waterloo. Clint Black. Country artist Clint Black reached #1 with five consecutive singles from his triple-platinum debut, “Killin’ Time,” followed with the triple-platinum “Put Yourself in My Shoes,” and then a string of platinum and gold albums throughout the ‘90s. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $39+. del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

 Lowville. Cream Cheese Festival. includes many children’s activities such as inflatables, along with the recipe contest, bands, food and games. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free. https://creamcheesefestival.com. creamcheesefestival@gmail.com.

Macedon. Fall Festival.   www.longacrefarms.com. 

Sterling. Ontario Orchards Fall Jamboree. Food, corn maze, hay wagon ride, wine tasting, henna painting, animals, fall décor, live entertainment, you-pick apples and pumpkins, wine slushies, air hops, children’s zipline, and face painting. Free admission. Ontario Orchards Farm, 15273 Sterling Center Rd. www.ontarioorchards.com. 315-343-6328.

Syracuse. NYS Morgan Horse Society’s Annual Regional Horse Show. See Sept. 14.

Syracuse. Shinedown: Planet Zero World Tour. Live performance line-up includes Shinedown and Jelly Roll. 7 p.m. $29.50 + St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com. 

Syracuse. Sinbad. 7 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. See Sept. 16.

Syracuse. Syracuse University Orange Football vs. Purdue Boilermakers. The Dome at Syracuse University. 900 Irving Ave. https://cuse.com/ticketing/?t=1651108822.

 Macedon. Fall Festival. Tour a 4th-generation working farm that includes plenty of activities and attractions, including playground, jumping pillow, giant slide, pedal carts, kiddie train, wagon rides, pumpkin launcher, Amazing Maize Maze, mini corn maze, gem panning, tire swing, tether ball, sand box, obstacle course, ice cream, snacks, doughnuts, fudge, produce, pumpkins and gift shop with artisan items, local goods and home décor. Agritourism area is adjacent to the farm’s JD Wine Cellars. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. $15 Barnbuster ticket ages 3+; $20 deluxe ticket (includes all Barnbuster attractions plus gemstone panning); $10 grandparent ticket (valid with paying Barnbuster ticket). On weekdays, the farm is open 10 a.m. to dark. $9. Not all fall weekend activities are available. 1342 Eddy Rd. www.longacrefarms.com. 315-986-4202. getlost@longacrefarms.com.

Oswego. Oswego Porch Fest. Local musicians perform on front porches throughout the historic westside neighborhood. Check the website for a schedule of performances. 12 – 6 p.m. Free. Franklin Square. www.oswegoporchfest.com.

Sterling. Ontario Orchards Fall Jamboree. See Sept. 17. 

 Syracuse. Five Finger Death Punch. Live performance line-up includes Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth, The Hu and Fire From the Gods. 6:30 $29.50+ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, 490 Restoration Way. http://www.sjhamphitheater.com.  

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” A smash hit and a tribute to the Golden Age of the Cotton Club, the musical celebrates the music of Fats Waller. His career ranged from uptown clubs to downtown Tin Pan Alley to Hollywood and concert stages around the world. This revue evokes the humor and infectious energy of this American original to provide an evening of humor, romance and thrilling song and dance. Runs through Oct. 11. Check website for show times. $64+ Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Road. www.therevtheatre.com. 315-255-1785. tickets@TheREVTheatre.com.

Syracuse. Empire State Quarter Horse Association Empire Fall Show. Annual Empire State Quarter Horse show with registered quarter horses competing in a wide variety of disciplines. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. www.esqha.com. 607-592-1484. ESQHA1962@gmail.com.

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Sept. 21.

Queensbury. Adirondack Balloon Festival 2022. Launches and displays of 50 hot air balloons, food, vendors and crafts. All Balloon Festival events are weather permitting and non-smoking. No dogs, drones, or remote-control aircrafts are allowed at any Balloon Festival events. Check the website for a complete schedule. Free. Various locations. www.adirondackballoonfest.org. 518-222-4593. gfzemail@gmail.com. 

Syracuse. Empire State Quarter Horse Association Empire Fall Show. See Sept. 21.

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Sept. 21.

Clayton. New York Voices. Formed in the 1980s at Ithaca College, New York Voices has collaborated with the Count Basie Orchestra, Paquito d’Rivera, and the Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $35+. Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Queensbury. Adirondack Balloon Festival 2022. See Sept. 22.

Syracuse. Empire State Quarter Horse Association Empire Fall Show. See Sept. 21.

Syracuse. Syracuse University Orange Football vs. Virginia Cavaliers. The Dome at Syracuse University. 900 Irving Ave. https://cuse.com/ticketing/?t=1651108822.

Syracuse. Tracy Morgan. Known for starring on seven seasons of NBC’s Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning “30 Rock,” Morgan appeared opposite Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin as “Tracy Jordan,” the unpredictable star of “Liz Lemon’s” (Fey) hit variety show, “TGS with Tracy Jordan.” Morgan was also nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in 2016 for hosting an episode of the legendary “Saturday Night Live.” Ages 21 and older only. 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. $42+ Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant, Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd. http://syracuse.comedyreservations.com.

Waterloo. Frank Caliendo. Comedian, actor, and impressionist Frank Caliendo is well known for his impressions of famous personalities Donald Trump, Morgan Freeman, Al Pacino, Robin Williams, Robert DeNiro; politicians George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama; broadcasters John Madden, Charles Barkley and Jon Gruden; and talk show hosts Dr. Phil, Jay Leno, and David Letterman. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $35+. del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

 Altmar. Salmon River Fish Hatchery Open House. The newly renovated hatchery will be open to explore. Free. 2133 Co. Rt. 22. 315-314-0768.

Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Sept. 21.

Clayton. The Bee Gees Gold. John Acosta as Barry Gibb has performed in Bee Gees tribute bands all over the world. His portrayal of lead singer Barry Gibb is with a zest for detail, like no other. Backed by a live band, the Bee Gees tribute recreates the look and sound of the Bee Gees from the ‘60s to the late ‘70s, with their unique falsettos that made them legends. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. $40+ Clayton Opera House, 403 Riverside Drive. www.claytonoperahouse.com. 315-686-2200.

Clyde. Finger Lakes Live Steamers Fall Open House. Enjoy unlimited rides on the 7 1/4 -gauge scale train as it chugs its way through 12 acres of woods, over trestles and into the depot. The train is suitable for riding most adults and children. View small scale model railroads and other railroading displays. Food and memorabilia available for purchase. Check the Facebook page, as wet weather prior to the event can cancel the open house. 9:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. $10 adults/teens; children 12 and younger, free. 302 Clyde-Marengo Rd. https://fingerlakeslivesteamers.org.  www.facebook.com/fingerlakeslivesteamers. info@fingerlakeslivesteamers.org.

Macedon. Fall Festival. See Sept. 17

Naples. Driftwood in concert. Details and tickets available through the website or at the winery. 5 p.m. Inspire Moore Winery & Vineyard, 197 N Main St. www.inspiremoorewinery.com. 585-374-5970. 

Naples. Naples Grape Festival. Winemaker competition, chili cook-off, parade, street dance, BBQ, grape pies for sale, wine and beer garden and more. Full schedule online. Fireworks by Young Fireworks at 9 p.m. Thursday. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. 137 N. Main St. and various locations throughout Naples. www.facebook.com/naplesgrapefestival. 

Palmyra. Canaltown Days. Celebrate the Erie Canal with a street festival featuring 120 craft booths, 70 market vendors, parade (4 p.m.) and food for all tastes. Promotional items are available for souvenirs. Wagon rides, guided tours, village museums, and antique shops. Free parking available at the Wayne County Fairgrounds on W. Jackson St., with shuttles running to and from the festival area. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. www.facebook.com/PalmyraCanaltown. www.palmyracanaltowndays.org.

Queensbury. Adirondack Balloon Festival 2022. See Sept. 22.

Syracuse. Empire State Quarter Horse Association Empire Fall Show. See Sept. 21.

Syracuse. Tracy Morgan. 7 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. See Sept. 23.

 Clyde. Finger Lakes Live Steamers Fall Open House. See Sept. 24.

Macedon. Fall Festival. See Sept. 17

Naples. Naples Grape Festival. See Sept. 24.

Palmyra. Canaltown Days. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. See Sept. 24.

Queensbury. Adirondack Balloon Festival 2022. See Sept. 22.

Syracuse. Empire State Quarter Horse Association Empire Fall Show. See Sept. 21.

Syracuse. Westcott Street Cultural Fair. The 30th annual event, the Westcott Street Cultural Fair is a celebration of the diversity and uniqueness of the neighborhood, with performing arts, food, service organizations and activities for all ages. The fair features three music stages, two dance stages and a kids’ stage, with shows running back-to-back on each throughout the day. Westcott and surrounding streets are lined with booths for over 120 artists, crafters and non-profit organizations. Event kicks off with a parade at noon. 12 – 6:30 p.m. Free. Westcott Street between Concord and Dell streets. https://westcottstreetfair.org/?t=1651118470. 315-313-5447.

 Auburn. Ain’t Misbehavin’. See Sept. 21.

 Auburn. Ain’t Misbehavin’. See Sept. 21.

 Auburn. Ain’t Misbehavin’. See Sept. 21.

 Auburn. Ain’t Misbehavin’. See Sept. 21.

Syracuse. Autumn In New York Horse Show. This event he Autumn in New York Horse Show brings owners, riders and their favorite hunters and jumpers for four days of competitions. 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. syracusepha.org. 973-479-1393. liz.pinto7@gmail.com.

 Auburn. Ain’t Misbehavin’. See Sept. 21.

Aurora. MacKenzie-Childs Artisan Crafts Festival. The inaugural MacKenzie-Childs Artisan Crafts Festival at the company’s headquarters is outdoor, juried artisan craft Festival with more than 150 artisans. The event highlight handmade creations in the style of MacKenzie-Childs. This experiential weekend will include hands-on craft experiences, demonstrations, one-of-a-kind pieces for sale, expanded shopping in The Outlet, and food. $10 per day or $20 for all three days. Children 16 and younger, free. 3260 State Route 90. www.mackenzie-childs.com/artisan-craft-festival.html. 315-364-7127. artisancraftfestival@mackenzie-childs.com.

Syracuse. Autumn In New York Horse Show. See Sept. 29.

Warrensburg. The World’s Largest Garage Sale. This event has become more and more popular and grown far beyond the organizers vision for a “community of garage sales.” Warrensburg residents host their garage sales and over 500 vendors from across the nation. Live music, kettle corn, fried dough and more. Free shuttle service to the Main Street shopping from Warren County Fairgrounds at 356 Schroon River Road. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free. Main Street. https://warrensburggaragesale.com. 518-623-2161. 

Waterloo. Masters of Illusion. The Live Tour stars the world’s greatest award-winning magicians. These cutting-edge illusionists perform sleight-of-hand tricks, perplexing interactive mind magic, comedy, dangerous escapes and large scale, modern illusions. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $20+. del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

October

THURSDAYS

Oswego. Oswego Farmers’ Market. Through Oct. 13. 4 – 7:45 p.m. W. 1st St.

SATURDAYS 

Fulton. Fulton Farmers’ Market. Through Oct. 15. 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Canalview Mall parking lot, S. Second St.

WEEKENDS

Syracuse. Crafted Underground Series. Creative arts and crafts vendors and start-up local businesses hosted each weekend, along with local musicians midday. Each round of pop-ups will last three months. Saturdays noon – 6 p.m.; Sundays noon – 5 p.m. Free admission. The McCarthy Mercantile, 217 S. Salina St. https://wildflowersarmory.com/crafted. 315-546-4919. 

 Little Falls. Little Falls Cheese Festival. Dozens of New York state cheesemakers offering more than 100 kinds of cheese will gather from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Main Street in Little Falls. You’ll also find gourmet foods, New York state craft beverages, entertainment and food trucks. Tip: Bring a cooler and arrive early for best selection of cheese. www.littlefallscheesefestival.com. 

Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” A smash hit and a tribute to the Golden Age of the Cotton Club, the musical celebrates the music of Fats Waller. His career ranged from uptown clubs to downtown Tin Pan Alley to Hollywood and concert stages around the world. This revue evokes the humor and infectious energy of this American original to provide an evening of humor, romance and thrilling song and dance. Runs through Oct. 11. Check website for show times. $64+ Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, 6877 E. Lake Road. www.therevtheatre.com. 315-255-1785. tickets@TheREVTheatre.com.

Aurora. MacKenzie-Childs Artisan Crafts Festival. See Sept. 30.

Macedon. Fall Festival. Tour a 4th-generation working farm that includes plenty of activities and attractions, including playground, jumping pillow, giant slide, pedal carts, kiddie train, wagon rides, pumpkin launcher, Amazing Maize Maze, mini corn maze, gem panning, tire swing, tether ball, sand box, obstacle course, ice cream, snacks, doughnuts, fudge, produce, pumpkins and gift shop with artisan items, local goods and home décor. Agritourism area is adjacent to the farm’s JD Wine Cellars. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. $15 Barnbuster ticket ages 3+; $20 deluxe ticket (includes all Barnbuster attractions plus gemstone panning); $10 grandparent ticket (valid with paying Barnbuster ticket). On weekdays, the farm is open 10 a.m. to dark. $9. Not all fall weekend activities are available. 1342 Eddy Rd. www.longacrefarms.com. 315-986-4202. getlost@longacrefarms.com.

Oswego. CNY Pumpkin Festival. Kids’ activities, amusement rides, food, live entertainment, vendors, and more. Washington Square Park, East 2nd St. pumpkinfest@oswegoymca.org

Syracuse. Autumn In New York Horse Show. See Sept. 29.

Syracuse. Syracuse Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival. This event brings the best of local foods and brews, along with national brands to the New York State Fairgrounds. Lawn games, music, and fun for the whole family. $5.66 presale; $10.80 at the gate; $26.60 Foodie’s Package (includes early admission at 11 a.m., FTFA koozie, one free dessert from the VIP dessert truck, unlimited bottled water throughout the festival); $45.28 Beer Lover’s Package (includes choice of three craft beers, FTFA koozie, unlimited bottled water during the festival); free children 12 and younger and all first responders and active/retired military with show of valid ID at the gate. 12 – 5 p.m. 581 State Fair Blvd. www.foodtruckfestivalsofamerica.com. 

Warrensburg. World’s Largest Garage Sale. See Sept. 30.

 Aurora. MacKenzie-Childs Artisan Crafts Festival. See Sept. 30. 

Glens Falls. Annual Taste of the North Country. Sample a variety of foods from the North Country’s best restaurants. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Glens Falls City Park, 29 Maple St. https://glensfallstaste.com. 

Macedon. Fall Festival. See Oct. 1.

Oswego. CNY Pumpkin Festival. See Oct. 1.

Syracuse. Autumn In New York Horse Show. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. See Sept. 29.

Warrensburg. World’s Largest Garage Sale. See Sept. 30.

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Oct. 1.

Oswego. NAPA Super DIRT Week 50th Anniversary. Special events all week to celebrate the 50th anniversary. Oswego Speedway, 300 E. Albany St. www.oswegospeedway.com/schedule. 315-342-0646.

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Oct. 1.

Oswego. NAPA Super DIRT Week 50th Anniversary. See Oct. 3.

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Oct. 1.

Oswego. NAPA Super DIRT Week 50th Anniversary. See Oct. 3.

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Oct. 1.

Oswego. NAPA Super DIRT Week 50th Anniversary. See Oct. 3.

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Oct. 1.

Lake George. Annual Lake George Oktoberfest & Fall Festival. The heart of Lake George is transformed into a Bavarian-style street fair as to celebrate the arrival of fall in the Adirondacks. Nonstop German and polka music, traditional dancers, Adirondack Brewery Beer Garden, local artisan vendors, carnival rides, bratwurst, crafts, dancing, knackwurst, keg tossing, weisswurst, potato pancakes, stein hoisting, pony rides, local wine, dancing chickens, fall foliage and more. Free. Lake George Village, Canada Street & Shepard Park. https://lakegeorgeoktoberfest.com/lake-george-octoberfest.

Oswego. NAPA Super DIRT Week 50th Anniversary. See Oct. 3.

Syracuse. Trick or Trot Horse Show. This event is the final opportunity for exhibitors to accumulate points for the Bridle Path Manor Super Series Year End Awards. Call or email for class lists or more information about the show. 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. 315-727-5391.  bpmhorseshows@gmail.com. 

 Auburn. “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” See Oct. 1.

Fulton. City of Fulton Fall Festival. Live entertainment, local food, vendors, free children’s activities, inflatables and more. Fulton War Memorial, 609 Broadway. www.fultonny.org.

Lafayette. Lafayette Apple Festival. Celebrate the apple harvest with apple-themed foods along with food competitions, midway rides, pony rides, a petting zoo, juried craft show with 400 exhibitors and more. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 5330 Rowland Rd. www.lafayetteapplefest.org. lafayetteapplefest@gmail.com. 315-677-3498.

Lake George. Annual Lake George Oktoberfest & Fall Festival. See Oct. 7.

Macedon. Fall Festival. See Oct. 1.

Oswego. NAPA Super DIRT Week 50th Anniversary. See Oct. 3.

Preble. Fall Fiber Arts Festival. Featuring a wide variety of vendors selling knitting and spinning supplies, felting, yarn, pelts, raw fleeces, blankets, shawls, clothing, roving, unique fiber products, crafts, Christmas gifts, sheep items, handcrafted woodworking and pottery, soaps and maple products. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. $5; 12 and younger, free. Little York Lake Pavilion, 6799 Little York Lake Road. 

Syracuse. Trick or Trot Horse Show. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. See Oct. 7.  

Waterloo. #IMOMSOHARD. Kristin and Jen began #IMOMSOHARD as a popular web-series by real-life best friends. Their posted video sparked a community of 2 million followers who appreciate their angst of motherhood, womanhood and what it means to be a modern success. Must be 21 or older. 8 p.m. $39+. del Lago Resort & Casino, 1133 State Route 414. https://dellagoresort.com/entertainment.

 Lafayette. Lafayette Apple Festival. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. See Oct. 8.

Lake George. Annual Lake George Oktoberfest & Fall Festival. See Oct. 7.

Macedon. Fall Festival. See Oct. 1.

Oswego. NAPA Super DIRT Week 50th Anniversary. See Oct. 3.

Preble. Fall Fiber Arts Festival. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. See Oct. 8.  

Syracuse. Collectorsfest Sports Memorabilia & Collectible Show. These shows are the biggest shows in upstate New York and consist of any of the following: sports cards (sets, wax packs and singles), graded cards, autographs, racing, non-sports cards, starting line-ups, supplies to protect collectible items, posters, framed art, magazines, bobble heads, diecast, and more. Show will have up to 110 tables of all types of collectibles. Will have some new and different vendors setting up each show from all over the Northeast and Canada. 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. $5 adults; children 10 and younger, free. Science & Industry Building at the New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. cnypromotions.com. 607-753-8580. collectorsfest@cnypromotions.com.  

 Auburn. Ain’t Misbehavin’. See Oct. 1.

 Auburn. Ain’t Misbehavin’. See Oct. 1.

Syracuse. Trick or Trot Horse Show. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. See Oct. 7.  

 Syracuse. Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Scared Scriptless. Armed with only their wits, “Whose Line is it Anyway?” stars Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood are taking to the live stage as improv comedy artists. 8 p.m. $25. The Oncenter, Crouse Hinds Theater, 421 Montgomery St. http://www.oncenter.org. colinandbradshow.com.

Syracuse. Fall Country Folk Art Craft Show. Stop by for great 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. Check the website for a coupon. One ticket admits all weekend and parking is free. 5 – 9 p.m. $8 adults; free children 12 and younger. Horticulture Building at the New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. www.countryfolkart.com. Facebook.com/countryfolkart. 248-634-4151. rhondablakely@gmail.com.

 Clayton. 10th Annual Punkin Chunkin Festival. Heave some gourds, shop the farmers market and enjoy a barbecue. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. Frink Park and Riverside Drive. www.1000islands-clayton.com/punkinchunkin. 315-686-3771. info@1000islands-clayton.com.

Pulaski. Selkirk Shores Fall Festival. Shop and explore the park’s trails during the peak of the fall foliage. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Selkirk Shores State Park, 7101 NYS Rte. 3. parks.ny.gov/parks/selkirkshores.  

Syracuse. Fall Country Folk Art Craft Show. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. See Oct. 14.

Syracuse. Syracuse University Orange Football vs. NC State Wolfpack. The Dome at Syracuse University. 900 Irving Ave. https://cuse.com/ticketing/?t=1651108822.

Syracuse. Zoo Boo. This popular Halloween-themed event invites children to come to the zoo in costume and trick-or-treat with the animals. Zoo Boo’s “kooky not spooky” theme offers little ones Halloween fun without fear and often inspires entire families to dress up in the Halloween spirit. Features 10 treat stations around the zoo, fun photo ops, games and entertainment. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. $7 advance sale members; $8 advance sale non-members; $8 day-of members; $9 day-of non-members. Rosamond Gifford Zoo, 1 Conservation Place. www.rosamondgiffordzoo.org. 315-435-8511. x8526.

 Syracuse. Fall Country Folk Art Craft Show. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. See Oct. 14.

Syracuse. “The Princess Bride: An Inconceivable Evening” with Cary Elwes. In this highly anticipated event, fans of “The Princess Bride” will join the heroic Westley (actor Cary Elwes) in a behind-the-scenes look at life on and off the set of the classic film. After a screening of the iconic film, Elwes will engage in a moderated discussion on classic scenes, revealing never-before-shared secrets and tales of inconceivable antics. 2 p.m. $39.50. The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater, 421 Montgomery St. http://www.oncenter.org.

Syracuse. Zoo Boo. See Oct. 15.

Syracuse. Toyfest. This show will offer up to 110 tables with items such as vintage and modern collectible toys, comic books, diecast, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, wrestling, action figures, dolls, Funko POP, Pokemon, Star Wars, Disney, non-sports cards, Starting Line ups, games, supplies to protect your items, and more. Formally known as Toyfull Weekend. 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. $5 adults; free children 10 and younger. Science & Industry Building at the New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. cnypromotions.com. 607-753-8580.  collectorsfest@cnypromotions.com.

 Syracuse. CNY Reining Horse Association Fall Classic & NEBT Futurity. Four days of reining competition with NRHA Regional Championships for the Northeast and an added futurity for three-year-old horses. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free. Toyota Coliseum at the New York State Fairgrounds, 581 State Fair Blvd. http://www.nysfair.org. www.cnyrha.net/fall-classic.html. 518-726-7536. dalesargeant@icloud.com.

 Syracuse. CNY Reining Horse Association Fall Classic & NEBT Futurity. See Oct. 20.

Syracuse. Tony Rock. Comedian, actor, and producer, Rock has proven to be one of television’s best hosts having played the role of ringleader on HBO’s weekly stand-up comedy series “All Def Comedy,” NBA TV’s “The Warm Up,” along with BET’s “Black Card Revoked” and “Apollo Live,” all while co-starring in his first primetime network series, CBS’ “Living Biblically.” Ages 21 and older only. 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. $24. Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant, Destiny USA, 306 Hiawatha Blvd. http://syracuse.comedyreservations.com.

 Macedon. Fall Festival. See Oct. 1.

Syracuse. CNY Reining Horse Association Fall Classic & NEBT Futurity. See Oct. 20.

Syracuse. Tony Rock. 7 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. See Oct. 21.

Syracuse. Zoo Boo. See Oct. 15.

 Macedon. Fall Festival. See Oct. 1.

Syracuse. CNY Reining Horse Association Fall Classic & NEBT Futurity. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. See Oct. 20.

Syracuse. Zoo Boo. See Oct. 15.

 Alexandria Bay. 1000 Islands Halloween Festival. Crafts, trick or treating with the local businesses, ghost tours, hayrides and children’s costume contest. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. Scenic View Park Pavilion, Sisson St. www.visitalexbay.org/annual-alex-bay-events/halloween-festival.  

Macedon. Fall Festival. See Oct. 1.

Syracuse. Syracuse University Orange Football vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Dome at Syracuse University. 900 Irving Ave. https://cuse.com/ticketing/?t=1651108822.

Syracuse. Zoo Boo. See Oct. 15.