Today’s Events Feb 23rd

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Date(s) - 02/23/2018
12:00 am

Various areas in Downtown Syracuse


Friday, February 23rd

DRIVER’S VILLAGE – The 31st annual contest begins Feb. 15th and ends when
the medallion is found or at midnight, Feb. 25th. Follow the clues every day in The
Post- Standard, on, or on Twitter or Facebook to find the medallion,
which is hidden on public land in Onondaga County. Solve the clues and find the
medallion, and you win $2,000! The winner should verify the authenticity of the
medallion by calling the telephone number engraved on the medallion. Sponsor:
Driver’s Village; Media Sponsor: The Post-Standard and

NEW YORK FARM SHOW – 8:30am – 4pm; NYS Fairgrounds. The Northeast’s
premier indoor farm show for 30+ years is packed with new and practical equipment,
services & products just right for your farming operation. More than 400+
commercial exhibitors with innovative products and plenty of services on hand to
fill 6 buildings. Visitors can shop, compare and buy the latest technologies and
equipment. Admission: Adults $5, children under 18 free (Free tickets available by
mail or from your Northeast Equipment Dealers) Info:

2018 CNY SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS EXHIBIT – 9am – 7pm; Atrium of the
Whitney Applied Technology Center at Onondaga Community College, 4941 Onondaga
Road. This year, over 90 area schools, submitted 5,560 pieces of art. Over
a 3-day period some 50 judges, comprised of professional artists, educators and
photographers, awarded a record 1,885 works in 19 categories. The 2018 firstplace
winners (Gold Key), second-place (Silver Key) and honorable mentions, as
well as special award honorees, will be showcased. Highest-rated pieces move
on to national competition, and the Everson Museum of Art will host a selection
of works March 10 through April 8. In 2017 the CNY region produced a record 34
national award winners. Free admission.

Baltimore Woods Nature Center, 4007 Bishop Hill Rd., Marcellus. Today: “Fire and Ice: Forest-wide Capture the Flag Game” Join us at Winter Break Camp for fun-packed days of discovery & adventure! Each day we’ll explore winter around the world – from the Yukon to Everest, this will be the most epic winter camp yet! Pre-registration is required. Before and after care available. Space is limited. Program for ages 5-13. $45/child/day. Family membership
required. Visit the School Break Camp tab on our website for more details and to
register. Today: “Baltimore Woods Winter Olympics”. Yukon Adventures and the
race to find gold! Info: 315-673-1350 or 

WINTER WONDERS WEEK – 10am; Beaver Lake Nature Center, 8477 E. Mud Lake
Road, Baldwinsville. The answer to cabin fever during the school Winter Break
week. 10am – Build Snow a Snow Cave, 1:30pm – Creature Feature, 2pm – Snowshoeing
(or walking if not enough snow). All scheduled activities are free with
park admission. Snowshoe Rental $5. See more info on Mon., Feb. 19th. Info: 315-
638-2519 or

DOWNTOWN DINING WEEKS – The 14th annual serving of Downtown Dining
Weeks, presented by Visions Federal Credit Union, offers a new addition, lunch
specials. Participating restaurants will serve the traditional three courses (or
more!) for $25 (or less!) for dinner, as well as three-course lunch offerings for
$10. It’s up to the restaurants whether they offer lunch specials, dinner specials
or both. Beverages, tax & gratuity are additional. Some restaurants may require
reservations. Continues through February 28th. Visit for list
of participating establishments.

MOONLIGHT SKIING & SNOWSHOEING – Sunset; Beaver Lake Nature Center,
8477 E. Mud Lake Road, Baldwinsville. The trails will remain open until 9 pm if
there is adequate snow cover. This is an opportunity for skiers & snowshoers to
take advantage of the natural moonlight along Beaver Lake’s ten miles of trails.
At trails end is the Visitor Center with exhibits & a comfortable meeting place.
Hot chocolate & other refreshments will be available. For their safety, night
visitors should remember to sign-in and sign-out at the Visitor Center, go with a
friend, and bring a flashlight in case a section of the trail is especially dark. Free
with nature center admission. Info: 315-638-2519

ICE BREAKER DANCE PARTY – 7pm – 11pm; Finger Lakes Ballroom, Marriott
Syracuse Downtown, 100 East Onondaga St., Syracuse. Listen & dance to Trumptight315,
an old school R&B funk band that brings you the smooth and funky
sounds of Motown. Admission: $10. Sponsors: Syracuse Marriott Downtown
and Northeast Decorating & Exhibit Services, Inc. Media Sponsor: 94.1-95.3-
103.9 The Dinosaur

GUIDED MOONLIGHT SNOWSHOE HIKE – 7pm; Beaver Lake Nature Center,
8477 E. Mud Lake Road, Baldwinsville. A winter moon lights the way as your
group explores the Nature Center’s woodlands & meadows on snowshoes. This is
a special opportunity to explore Beaver Lake’s night world. Registration required
beginning at 8am the day of the hike & space is limited. Program will be offered
only if snow conditions are acceptable. Call 315-638-2519 to register & check
conditions. Free with nature center admission. Snowshoes may be rented for $5.

TEAM TRIVIA – Enjoy a lively evening of trivia, with teamwork in a fun and social
atmosphere. A team from Stingers Pizza Pub (7pm), Salt City Grille (7pm), The
Brasserie (7pm), WT Brews in Baldwinsville (7pm), Pizza Man Pub in Baldwinsville
(7pm), Abbott’s Village Tavern in Marcellus (7pm), Empire Farms Brewery
in Cazenovia (7pm), Jake Hafner’s (7:30pm), Saltine Warrior (8pm), and/or The
Distillery (8pm) may participate in the Winterfest Team Trivia Finals on Sunday
the 25th. Media Sponsors: NewsRadio570WSYR and Syracuse New Times


SYRACUSE CRUNCH – 7pm; Oncenter War Memorial Arena. vs. Lehigh Valley

SU Women’s ICE HOCKEY – 7pm; vs. Robert Morris University; Tennity Ice Pavilion.

COMEDY SHOW – 7:30pm and 10pm; The Syracuse Funny Bone, Destiny USA.
Greg Morton. Admission $15, 21 & up

PLAY: “A Raisin in the Sun” – 7:30pm; Syracuse Stage, 820 East Genesee St.,
Syracuse. Lorraine Hansberry’s masterwork has rightfully earned its place among
the great American plays because it speaks anew to each generation. The story
of the Younger family: three generations trying to build a better life on Chicago’s
South Side, resonates loudly with those pursuing the American dream today.
Tickets & other info:

PLAY: “The Seagull” – 8pm; Syracuse Stage, 820 East Genesee St., Syracuse.
Performed by Syracuse University Drama Department. The comedy has three
female roles, six male roles, four acts, a view of a lake, much conversation about
literature . . . & five tons of love. So wrote Anton Chekhov to a friend about the
1895 play that established his reputation as a playwright and catapulted the famed
Moscow Art Theatre to prominence. It’s all quite simple: Medvedenko loves Masha
who loves Konstantin who loves Nina who loves Trigorin who’s involved with Arkadina.
Meanwhile, Paulina is married to Shamreyev, but she pines for Dr. Dorn.
What could go wrong? Tickets: $17-$19. Info: 315-443-3275.

ENTERTAINMENT – 6pm; Funk ‘ N Waffles. Kennadee No cover
8pm; Kitty Hoynes. The Measure
9pm; Westcott Theater. Trampa, DJ Laznek $15 – $20
10pm; Funk ‘N Waffles. Oval Sandwich with Rob Compa,
Will O’Riley & Paul McCardle $10
10pm; Coleman’s Irish Pub. Hendry



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