Date(s) - 02/14/2013
Syracuse and Onondaga County
Thursday, February 14th
CNY SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS EXHIBIT – 8am – 8pm; Atrium of the Whitney Ap- plied Technology Center on the Onondaga Community College. See the best scholastic art in all of Central New York! Through March 2nd.
LECTURE – 8am; Drumlins Country Club, 800 Nottingham Road, Syracuse. “OHA in its 150th Year” presented by OHA’s Executive Director, Gregg Tripoli, part of the Thursday Morning Roundtable Series.
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT: Neil Chowdhury Gallery Exhibit – 9am – 4pm, Ann Felton Multicultural Center at Onondaga Community College. “Waking from Dreams of India” exploring the cultures of the photographer’s Indian heritage.
STONE CANOE ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION – 10am – 5pm; Community Folk Art Center, 805 E Genesee St., Syracuse. The Stone Canoe annual art exhibition will open
in tandem with the launch of the 2013 issue of the Stone Canoe journal. The exhibition will feature the work of 29 artists with connections to the Upstate New York region. For Information: (315)442-2230
EXHIBIT: “Nouveau Risqué: A Perspective on Women and Progress”- 11am
- 4:30pm; SUArt Galleries, Shaffer Art Building. An exhibition that investigates the impact that work, recreational activities and independent living had on women during the turn of the 19th to 20th century, featuring more than 70 original objects, including color lithography posters from the Arts and Crafts movement, accompanied by exam- ples of furniture, lamps, vases, clothing and other
accessories. Free; 315-443-4097
EXHIBIT: NEIL WELLIVER PRINTS – 11am – 4:30pm; SUArt Galleries, Shaffer Art Building. Welliver was regarded as one of the preeminent American landscape paint- ers of the 20th century and from the late 1970s to his death in 2005 he considered printmaking an integral part of his artistic activity. The exhibit has over 60 examples of the artist’s woodcuts, etchings, lithographs and screen prints, all on loan from the Alexandre Gallery, New York City. Free; 315-443-4097
CENTRAL NEW YORK BOAT SHOW – 1pm – 9pm; Empire Expo Center/NYS Fair- grounds, 581 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse. The show and sale will showcase more than 500 all-new models of power and sail boats, including cruisers, sport boats, pontoon boats, and personal watercraft, along with a few luxury motor yachts on display. Come see the largest Upstate selection of boats on display in the Center
of Progress, Horti- culture Building, and the huge Exhibit Center Building… over 250,000 square feet of exhibit space. Admission: $10 adults; children 13 & under free. Info: 315-487-7711
SYRACUSE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION NEW CAR EXPO – 4pm -
9pm; Pirro Convention Center & War Memorial at Oncenter, 800 S. State St., Syracuse. The 105th Annual new car show will feature two buildings, four floors, with 135,000 square feet of show space! Check out all types of new cars. Tickets: Adults $9.00; Seniors $7; Children under 12 $3.00 and Children under 5 FREE. Info: (315)435-8000
MYSTERY DINNER THEATER – 6:45pm seating, Spaghetti Warehouse, 689 N. Clinton St. “Montana Smith and the Curse of the Golden Crocodile” Indiana Jones spoof with foul play amid various red herrings in this interactive dinner-theater comedy who- dunit; performed by Acme Mystery Company. $25.95/plus tax and gratuity. Info at:
475-1807 or www.acmemysterytheater.com
CONCERT: The Werks with special guests – Doors 7pm; Westcott Theater, 524 Westcott St. Admission fee Info: www.thewestcotttheater.com
COMEDY SHOW – 7:30pm; Wise Guys Comedy Club, 201 S. Salina St., Syracuse. Stephanie Peters & Paul Virzi. Admission: $15 www.wiseguyssyracuse.com
CONCERT: A Valentine Wish for Karen Oberlin – 8pm, Red House Arts Center, 201 S. West Street, Syracuse. Syracuse native, Karen Oberlin, a jazz-pop singer and recording artist, is a Back Stage Bistro Award winner and Nightlife Award finalist for Outstanding Vocalist of the Year. Admission: $20, members $15. Info: (315)425-0405
SYRACUSE STAGE presents August Wilson’s “Two Trains Running” – 7:30pm; Syracuse Stage, 820 E. Genesee St., Syracuse. Wilson’s dialogue soars with the music and power of operatic arias and his characters inspire great performances. The storyline has an optimistic ex-con enter the insular confines of Memphis Lee’s diner and awaken a cast of older and skeptical characters to the possibilities of a new era. Set in the turbulence of 1969, a time much like today, Two Trains Running is one of the most humorous and politically potent of Wilson’s plays. Directed by Timothy
Bond. Tickets: $18 – $51. For info: (315) 443-3275 or www.syracusestage.org
CARDIO-SALSA & LATIN MOVEMENT – 6:30pm – 7:30pm; One Village Dance Cen- tre, 117 Harvard Place (off Westcott St.) NO experience or partner necessary. Drop- ins welcome. Learn Salsa steps, syncopations & Latin movement in an aerobics class format. $10, or $7 for full time students with valid ID. Info: (315)636-7133
VALENTINE’S IN THE FOREST – Highland Forest, 7pm – 11pm. Celebrate love at this popular annual event which features a delicious buffet dinner and live entertain- ment in the Skyline Lodge. The evening begins with a cheese & vegetable platter and live entertainment followed by a candle-lit dinner which features carved roast prime rib of beef, oven roasted chicken, and riggies with vodka sauce. After dinner, guests will enjoy horse-drawn sleigh rides, a colorful bouquet of flowers and a bon fire, and/ or guests may opt to remain at the lodge and dance the night away to live music. Proceeds of this event support the hard-working volunteers of the Highland Nordic Ski Patrol. $85 per couple. Reservations required, call 683-5550
TEAM TRIVIA – Enjoy a lively evening of trivia, with teamwork in a fun and social atmosphere. A team or teams from Sitrus at the Sheraton University Hotel (7:30pm), Meghan MacMurphy’s (7:30pm), Metro Lounge (7:30pm), and/or Quaker Steak and Lube (8pm) may participate in the Winterfest Team Trivia Finals on Sunday the 24th. Media Sponsors: NewsRadio570WSYR and Syracuse New Times
COMEDY SHOW – 7:30pm and 9:45pm; The Syracuse Funny Bone, Destiny USA. Josh Blue is a diverse and triumphant individual – hilarious stand-up comedian, standout star on TV, talented artist, and stellar U.S. Paralympic Soccer player – refusing to bow to any of the challenges that come from living with Cerebral Palsy. Admission: $20.00 (service fees apply) Info: (315)423-8669
WINTERFEST FIREWORKS – 8pm; Destiny USA Parking lot. Nothing quite says “cel- ebrate” like a fireworks show, so join us for a stunning display of shimmering colors and light over the harbor’s waters to kickoff the fun of Syracuse Winterfest. Spon- sor: Destiny USA. Produced by Pyrotecnico.
PLAY: A Streetcar Named Desire – 8pm; Central New York Playhouse, 3649 Erie Blvd. E. (Shoppingtown Mall). The play reveals to the very depths the character of Blanche du Bois, a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions, which lead her to reject-so far as possible-the realities of life with which she is faced and which she consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her sister, with whom she goes to live in New Orleans, intensified by the
earthy and ex- tremely “normal” young husband of the latter. This leads to a revelation of her tragic self-delusion and, in the end, to madness. Price: Dinner and Show $34.95; Show only $20. Dinner begins at 6:30pm. Info: www.cnyplayhouse.com or (315)885-8960
FOLK DANCES – 8pm; First Unitarian Universalist Church, 109 Waring Road. $1 fee. Info: (315)487-8806
SWING DANCING – 8:30pm – 11pm; Puttin’ on the Ritz, Drivers’ Village, Cicero. Dance in a variety of styles, from West Coast swing to jitterbug, with some hustle,
Latin and country thrown in. $5 general; free for first-time participants. (315)434-9503.
ENTERTAINMENT – 9pm; Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. Master Thieves (Hippie Jam Rock)