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Garden City, The Chocolate Expo 2017 at the Cradle of Aviation Museum (3/5): America's largest chocolate event, The Chocolate Expo, returns to the spectacular Cradle of Aviation Museum on Sunday, March 5, 2017.

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Syracuse, CNY RV & Camping Show (3/2 - 3/5): This show brings together RV Dealers, Campgrounds, RV Suppliers and other Camping and RV related Exhibitors in three huge buildings at the perfect time of year!

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New York, NADA New York Art Fair (3/2 - 3/5): The sixth edition of NADA New York will take place March 2–5, 2017, at Skylight Clarkson North, located at 572 Washington Street.

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Peekskill, Australian Bee Gees (3/3): It’s Saturday Night Fever every night with the Australian Bee Gee’s Show - A tribute to the Bee Gee’s. One of the most successful and adored acts in musical history is recreated on the stage in a 75-m

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Syracuse, Aztec Two Step (3/3): Get ready for a great night of stories, songs and very special classic duos.

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Rochester, Aztec Two-Step at Cafe Veritas (3/4): Aztec Two-Step burst upon the scene 45 years ago with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records and are still considered one of acoustic music's most beloved and enduring acts.

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Westhampton Beach, CRESLI Seal walks at Cuposgue Beach (11/26 - 5/7): Two hour naturalist led walk to learn about, observe, and photograph seals in the wild. Reservation are required.

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Peekskill, Dionne Warwick (3/5): Scintillating, soothing, and sensual best describe the familiar and legendary voice of five-time Grammy Award winning music legend, Dionne Warwick, who has become a cornerstone of American pop music a

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Brooklyn, Mardi Gras Madness Crawfish Boil Series (1/6 - 2/28): Bringing the music and spirit of The Big Easy to The Big Apple 6pm-7pm Happy Hour with amazing drink specials!

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Peekskill, Piff the Magic Dragon (3/2): The stand out star of season 10 of ‘America’s Got Talent’, Piff the Magic Dragon, is returning to the Paramount stage! When it comes to Piff, think Larry David in a dragon suit (with a trademark Chihu

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Brooklyn, Regina Opera presents “Tosca” with Orchestra (3/4 - 3/12): "Tosca" - The tale of a diva and her artist lover who become the prey of a corrupt police chief. The fully-staged performances are Performed in Italian with English supertitles and full orchestra.

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New York, Big Apple Comic Con (3/11 - 3/12): NYC's coolest, longest running, non corporate comic con is back March 11th & 12th Guests include Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, John Bernthal, Jason David Frank, Barbara Eden. Six Cosplay contests.

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Peekskill, Celtic Crossings, featuring Phil Coulter and Andy Cooney (3/12): Celtic Crossings promises an evening of Celtic tranquility with the great songs of Phil Coulter sung by the magnificent voice of Andy Cooney, with special guests Geraldine Branagan, and the Irish Pop

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Peekskill, Neko Case (3/9): Now more than 20 years into that calling, the two-time Grammy Nominee is the consummate career artist-fearless and versatile, with a fierce work ethic and a constant drive to search deeper within hers

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New York, Out by 10: Funny Storytellers PLUS Rockin Jazz: March Sucks, Laughter is the Cheapest Medicine (3/10): You know March is the worst! Out by 10 can make it all better with laughter & inspiration. Warm to the hilarious storytellers: Joseph Keckler, Selena Coppock and Jeff Simmermon. Revel in the rockin'

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Peekskill, Rhythm in the Night (3/11): Rhythm in the Night, The Irish Dance Spectacular is an epic journey derived from a tale of good versus evil with a storyline that will capture the imagination of everyone in the family and transport t

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New York, The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair and Fine Press Book Fair (3/11): The Shadow Show Looms Over Manhattan! The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair And The Fine Press Book Fair Celebrate Rare Book Week In New York City!

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Hyde Park, Yours, Anne (3/25 - 4/2): Based on Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

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Lenox, March31-7, Healing of the Heart Sheng Zhen Qigong w Junfeng Li (3/31 - 4/7): Sheng Zhen Gong is a method of self-healing, often referred to as "the qigong of Unconditional Love." It involves a series of moving and non-moving forms, all designed to remove negative energy or "qi

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Albany, 39th Annual Photo Regional (3/17 - 4/21): Join us on March 17 to April 21 for the 39th Annual Photo Regional.

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Albany, 5th Annual Maureen Farrell McCarthy Irish Soda Bread Competition (3/4): The Irish American Heritage Museum announces its Fifth Annual Maureen Farrell McCarthy Irish Soda Bread Competition to be held on Saturday, March 4, 2017, from 10 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

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Albany, Band of Mothers tour (3/15): Wednesday, March 15th the Funny Bone in Albany, NY is proud to present The Pump and Dump “Band of Mothers” national tour. After three sold-out national tours, The Pump and Dump Show is back by popular

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Albany, Deciphering the Still-Largely-Unknown Geology of the Catskills (3/7): Join Curator of Sedimentary Rocks, Dr. Chuck Ver Straeten to learn more about the Catskill Mountains.

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Albany, Festival of Contemporary Music (3/6): The Music Program of the University at Albany’s Department of Music and Theatre is pleased to present the Festival of Contemporary Music on Monday, March 6, 2017 at 7pm.

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Albany, Gallery Talk: Wampum World: An Art Installation by Renee Ridgway (3/5): Artist Sue Herne, program coordinator at the Akwesasne Cultural Center, will interview artist Renée Ridgway about her new exhibition Wampum World: An Art Installation by Renée Ridgway.

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Albany, Maroon 5 with special guest R. City (3/7): Maroon 5 at the Times Union Center, Albany, NY Tue, Mar 7, 2017 07:30 PM.

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Albany, Memorial Mass (3/18): Join us for a Memorial mass on March 18th.

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Albany, Sarah Jarosz (3/9): Join us on March 9th and watch Sarah Jarosz with special guests Rayna Gellert and Kieran Kane perform live.

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Altamont, 6th Annual Sap Run 5K (3/18): Join us for a 5K in the Albany County Hilltown of Knox on the first day of NYS Maple Weekend. Runners and Walkers of all ages and abilities are welcome.

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Amsterdam, 3 Rd Annual PSYCHIC FAIR (3/4): So excited it's already our 3rd annual psychic fair I formerly held this at the Holiday Inn but if you've ever been to the perthshire it is now renamed with new owners the Bridge Walk

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Amsterdam, Train the Hollywood Way Clinic with Ryan Peterson (3/4): Ever wonder how all those Hollywood movie horses are taughted to do tricks or specific things on commnd. Now you can.

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Andes, Maple Weekend at Dar-View Maple (3/18 - 3/26): Come & experience Dar-View Maple's Tradition of six generations of Pure Maple Syrup Production. Taste free samples of Maple Products and enjoy free farm tours. Fun for the whole family!

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Astoria, Marias Love Foundations Holdem Tournament (3/4): Join us in our first Hold'em Tournament! As always, all funds raised will go to families who are struggling to pay for medical expenses due to serious illness or disease.

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Auburn, Comedian: Paul Elia (3/4): Paul began doing stand up in 2010 right before moving to Los Angeles. His first show was at MGM Casino in Detroit, Michigan, where he lied to the host about being a comedian for years in order to get

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Auburn, Movies @ The Mack: The Lady From Shanghai (3/1): Movies @ The Mack is a collaboration between the Cayuga Museum and Cayuga Community College Adult Education program.

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Aurora, Dr. Konstantin Frank Dinner Paring featuring Meaghan Frank (3/4): Founding Vinifera Wine Cellars in 1962, Dr. Konstantin Frank ignited the “Vinifera Revolution” that forever changed the course of wine growing in the Finger Lakes and the United States.

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Babylon, Community Dinner and Heart Health Workshop (2/27): Dr. Anthony Caliendo is hosting a community dinner and workshop in an effort to create awareness to those who are seeking new and innovative solutions to their personal health concerns.

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Baldwinsville, YMCA Acoustic Music Jam (3/19): A community gathering of musicians.

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Barneveld, E.E. Norris in Concert (3/4): Here’s an event to chase those March blues away! Enjoy an evening of music with professional singer/songwriter E.E. Norris on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 8pm in Unity Hall in Barneveld.

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Bay Shore, Run for the Shamrocks 5k (3/11): This event will raise money to provide quality education to children at an affordable cost to families.

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Bedford, The Haydn Connection Two (3/19): A fully-catered, meet-the-artists reception follows the concert.

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Bethel, Saturdays at the Woods (3/4): Saturdays at the Woods is a creativity-fueled way for the entire family to start the weekend!

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Binghamton, The Belmar Parade Day Mile (3/4): The Belmar Parade Day Mile is a one mile race down Main St. in Binghamton NY. Lead the parade by running your buns off down main street! Elite Heat available for serious competitors.

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Blauvelt, Rock City Striders Black Tie and Sneakers Gala (3/18): Dress to impress and rock your favorite sneakers for a gala that will help raise funds for the Rock City Striders Youth Track and Field Club.

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Blue Mountain Lake, Chipmunks: The Timber Tigers of the Adirondacks (3/5): This presentation will discuss the adaptations of this charming Adirondack rodent as well as explain why Alvin and the Chipmunks aren't really chipmunks.

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Blue Point, BPFD Ladies Auxiliary Group reading with Psychic Medium Josephine Ghiringghelli (3/3): Please join the Blue Point Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary as we host a group reading with psychic medium Josephine Ghiringhelli on Friday, march 3, 2017.  

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Bolton Landing, Annual CommUnity Event and Juckett Award Ceremony (3/11): The Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce (ARCC) is pleased to announce that the 28th J. Walter Juckett Community Service Award will be presented to Ed Moore on Saturday, March 11, 2017.

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Brockport, From Grape to Glass Brockport Wine Walk and Farmers Market 2017 (3/11): Wine Walk and Farmers' Market located in the Village of Brockport, NY

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Bronx, Broadway Gala Fundraiser (3/5): City of Angels - Featuring Broadway Stars

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Brooklyn, 13 Course Art-Forward Tasting Jay Astafa + Rose Edelman (3/9): Plant-Based Chefs, Jay Astafa and Rose Edelman bring you an evening of art and food through an exploration of the senses.

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Brooklyn, A Book of Hours (3/18): favorite nursery rhymes and songs to tell the story, as well as surprising treasures, puppets, and discoveries.

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Brooklyn, Art in the Bar Workshop Series @ Sycamore Brooklyn (1/28 - 3/11): Join us this Winter in the Lodge for a series of visual art workshops. Includes all art materials and a drink voucher.

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Brooklyn, Arts Career Fair (3/4): Saturday, March 4th, 11:30am-5pm Cora Dance and PAL Miccio partner up to offer the community's FIRST ARTS CAREER FAIR.

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Brooklyn, BKFaux Trios (3/4): A Malifaux team event, wherein teams of three take part in a 3-round tournament.

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn Teen Screen Printing (3/4): Please join us for a teen (14+) screen printing party at the Mayday Space in #Brooklyn, NY. We'll bring our screens (a lot of great social justice ones) and supplies.

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Brooklyn, BYMP 2017 Annual Fundraiser (3/11): The Brooklyn Youth Music Project is an independent, community-based, 501(c)3 organization serving musicians ages 5 to 18.

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Brooklyn, Camille Paglia on Free Women, Free Men (3/16): she established herself as a smart, fearless, and often dissenting voice among feminists.

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Brooklyn, City Stomp (3/4): Catch City Stomp live on March 4th at the ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn.

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Brooklyn, Connect.Mobilize.Empower-Global Women Together (3/13): Moderated program with a keynote speaker, panel discussion and Q & A. Reception, food and conversation. Registration is required as seating is limited.

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Brooklyn, Emergency Preparedness and How Rotary Helps the Community (2/28): BBRC has been a chartered club of Rotary International for 5 years and has contrbuted to severval serice projects.

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Brooklyn, Family Mix and Mingle at Mixteca (3/5): Join Sunset Park and South Slope families on Sunday March 5th from 2-7PM at Mixteca Organization, Inc (245 23rd St, 2nd Fl, Brooklyn) for a fun-filled afternoon for the whole family!

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Brooklyn, First Set, hosted by Giulia Rozzi at Union Hall - Brooklyn (2/28): First Set, hosted by Giulia Rozzi at Union Hall - Brooklyn

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Brooklyn, Fundraiser for The Leukemia Lymphoma Society (3/17): Please join us for a party! We'll be raising money for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society's Team in Training (LLS TNT) to help find the cure for cancer and to provide treatment to people who have cancer.

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Brooklyn, Help us, Help Women: International Womens Day 2017 (3/8): This IWD, we are asking the community of Brooklyn to come together to get products to women on a day of celebration for women.

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Brooklyn, Iggy Pop Life Class (11/4 - 3/26): In Iggy Pop Life Class, Turner Prize–winning artist Jeremy Deller uses the traditional life drawing class to stage a performative event with Iggy Pop as model and subject.

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Brooklyn, In the Wind (3/9): Join us on March 9th and paint "In the Wind".

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Brooklyn, International Womens Day Celebration (3/8): Join us for a spectacular International Women's Day Celebration featuring raffles, music, food, beverages a confidence building workshop and it all ends with an amazing live performance.

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Brooklyn, Jem Cohen: Gravity Hill Sound + Image with Guy Picciotto, Jim White & George Xylouris (3/18): Filmmaker/photographer Jem Cohen established Gravity Hill Sound + Image in 2014 as a forum for exploring film with live soundtracks.

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Brooklyn, Jews with Thorns: Jfrej Purimshpil (3/4): The Aftselakhis Spectacle Committee, in cahoots with Jews For Racial and Economic Justice, excitedly bring you "JEWS WITH THORNS: A Purimshpil & Masqurade Ball"

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Brooklyn, Joe Snape & Almost Credible Music at National Sawdust (3/4): Colliding odd pop, classicaglia and experimental music theatre, expect something fresh, captivating, heartbreaking, and more than a little bit joyful.

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Brooklyn, Jumpstarts Charity Ride at IMAXShift (3/7): Join the Jumpstart Young Professionals Board (YPB) for an interactive cycling experience that will help to put children first. J

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Brooklyn, Mardi Gras Madness Crawfish Boil Series (1/6 - 2/28): Bringing the music and spirit of The Big Easy to The Big Apple 6pm-7pm Happy Hour with amazing drink specials!

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Brooklyn, MAS youth center Annual Fundraiser (3/4): On behalf of the MAS Youth Center, I would like to thank you for your generous donations and support throughout the years.

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Brooklyn, Natalie Johnson Dance: AGEN (3/3 - 3/5): Natalie Johnson Dance presents AGEN; a story of four people owning, battling, and shedding themselves, through love and pain, to become anew.

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Brooklyn, Precious Goods Brooklyn (3/12): Precious Goods is The Black Pearl Project's primary initiative in which we collect donations of feminine hygiene products and assemble care packages for women in need.

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Brooklyn, Regina Opera presents “Tosca” with Orchestra (3/4 - 3/12): "Tosca" - The tale of a diva and her artist lover who become the prey of a corrupt police chief. The fully-staged performances are Performed in Italian with English supertitles and full orchestra.

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Brooklyn, Shades of Color Sip and Paint (3/8): We are hosting a Paint Nite, where a local artist will assist and inspire us while we mix and mingle.

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Brooklyn, Singles Event: Pre Purim Bash (3/5): Full buffet dinner, sushi bar, wine bar, musical entertainment, Comedy hour with KOSHER Comedy stars Steve Marshall & Jack Gluck. Interactive programming. Shadchonim and facilitators

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Brooklyn, Stage Door (3/3 - 3/19): Stage Door by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman is the quintessential Broadway tale weaving the story of a house full of actresses living at the Footlights Club and struggling to catch a break.

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Brooklyn, The Food Almanac 2017: Are Good, Clean, and Fair Food and Farming Trumped? (2/28): The Food Almanac is a singular opportunity for food-active individuals to consider food and farming policy issues in the New Year.

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Brooklyn, Wien V: Cabaret Night (3/3): Brooklyn Art Song Society Concludes Wien Festival with Cabaret Night

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Brooklyn, Wine Dinner with Enzo Boglietti (3/15): In what has become a beloved yearly tradition for us, we are excited to present another wine dinner with our good friend and favorite Piedmontese producer, Enzo Boglietti.

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Brookville, Mentoring Matters Conference 2017 (3/16): Below are the workshop listings for this year's Mentoring Matters Conference and the schedule for the day.

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Buffalo, 24th Annual “Old Neighborhood” St. Patrick’s Day Parade (3/11): The Valley Community Association’s signature event – the 24th Annual “Old Neighborhood” St. Patrick’s Day Parade – will kick off on Saturday, March 11th, 2017 at 12 Noon.

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Buffalo, 38th Annual SHAMROCK RUN (3/4): We rely on our volunteers to make this event an annual success. Please join us -- help us keep this tradition alive! Our certified course is sure to challenge our participants, but please don't worry

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Buffalo, Buffalo Fight For Air Climb (3/11): You'll be raising funds for research, education and patient programs to help people affected by lung disease, while at the same time reaching a personal goal.

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Buffalo, Central Amherst Little League Fundraiser (3/4): Sterling is hosting a Fundraiser for The Central Amherst 9U Travel Team.

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Buffalo, Family Spades Tournament (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Oakk Room. Hope to see you there!!

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Buffalo, Here! (11/11 - 3/26): Who are we? What does Western New York mean outside of the community that claims it? We are America – rolling hills, waterways, industry and the places of reflection – we are the people.

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Buffalo, Kiss This A Tribute to KISS (3/4): Kiss This A Tribute to KISS

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Buffalo, Macro Tracking Success- Session 4 (3/4): We will also be discussing our newest coaching option and how to get started with tracking your macros! We've got your back on how to track!

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Buffalo, Mrs Warrens Profession : Can Shaw still shock you? We think so. Kitty Warren has worked hard to provide for her daughter and now that Vivie is about to strike out on her own, her mother decides it’s time for her feminist daug

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Buffalo, Organ Virtuosity (3/10 - 3/11): Cameron Carpenter is having a ball smashing the stereotypes of organists and organ music – all the while generating worldwide acclaim and controversy.

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Buffalo, Ring of Fire (2/16 - 3/5): From the opening chords of vintage country music and onward to rockabilly, rock n’ roll, searing ballads and gentle songs of love and deep faith.

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Buffalo, Sesame Street Live “Make a New Friend!” (3/8 - 3/12): Elmo, Grover, Abby Cadabby, and their Sesame Street friends welcome Chamki, Grove”s friend from India, to Sesame Street.

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Buffalo, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Aaron Lee Tasjan (3/4): Sea of Noise, the second full-length album by St. Paul and the Broken Bones, marks a quantum leap in sound and style for the high-voltage Birmingham, Alabama-based band.

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Buffalo, Steven Bernstein’s Sexmob (3/19): This band is a must see. Bernstein will be joined by Briggan Krauss (sax), Tony Scherr (bass), and Kenny Wolleson (drums).

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Buffalo, Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One: Humor and Satire from the Collection (11/19 - 3/19): Humor, whether it takes the form of caricature, visual puns, or satire, sheds light on cultural norms while also challenging them.

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Buffalo, The Buffalo Dolls and Ladies First Big Jazz Band at Kleinhans Music Hall (3/4): The Buffalo Dolls and the Ladies First Big Jazz Band in a pre-concert performance of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra in the Mary Seaton Room.

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Buffalo, The Motherf**ker with the Hat (3/10 - 4/2): Jackie is an addict—an addict in recovery with good intentions, revved-up hormones, and newfound freedom after serving time for his drug dealing past.

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Buffalo, The Seedbed (3/10 - 4/2): The Seedbed is a chilling family drama by the author of the hugely successful play The Cobbler.

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Buffalo, Vocalis Chamber Choir Concert (3/10): Vocális continues its long history of collaboration as it welcomes the Buffalo Chamber Players under the direction of Janz Costelo.

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Buffalo, Tribute to Bob Dylan & THE BAND featuring The THE BAND Band (3/26): The THE BAND Band will pay tribute to Bob Dylan and THE BAND on Sunday, March 26, 2017, 5:00pm at the Sportsmen’s Tavern, 326 Amherst St, Buffalo, NY 14207. Tickets: $25, http://sportsmenstavern.net/

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Burdett, Mash Masters Whiskey Class (3/11): The two hour session hosted by will include a full walking tour of Finger Lakes Distilling, an in-depth look at our production process, and of course, samplings of McKenzie Whiskeys.

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Burt, Van Horn Mansion Presentation and Ghost Hunt (3/11): Dress warm as you will have the opportunity to investigate the carriage house and the grave located on the property.

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Cambridge, The Book Club Play (3/4 - 3/19): This hit comedy by nationally-award winning playwright Karen Zacarias focuses on the fun, frivolity, and deeply serious politics found in our beloved Book Clubs.

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Carmel, California Suite (3/17 - 3/23): Neil Simon's CALIFORNIA SUITE is a humorous confection with four scenes

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Cazenovia, 20_EAST Winter Farmers Market at Spruce Ridge Greenhouse (2/25 - 4/1): Please join our wonderful group of vendors as we move inside to the beautiful Spruce Ridge Greenhouse.

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Cazenovia, 2017 Cazenovia Winter Farmers Market (3/18 - 4/15): Featuring Good and Local foods and crafts. Bread, butter, coffee, spirits, baked goods, winter vegetables, cheeses, bison, beef, pork, chicken and eggs are just a few of the locally produced products.

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Cazenovia, Cale Tyson (3/4): Catch Cale Tyson live on stage on March 4th at The Nelson Odeon in Cazenovia.

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Cazenovia, Michaela Anne (3/3): Experience country music with Michaela Anne on March 3rd at Nelson Odeon in Cazenovia.

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Chappaqua, Tara OGrady and The Black Velvet Band (3/4): With a hat tipped to New York's musical renaissance, Chappaqua Station welcomes local and international musicians to our historic train station.

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Cheektowaga, Cheektowaga Gun Show (3/11 - 3/12): This Cheektowaga gun show is held at Knights of Columbus and hosted by Niagara Frontier Gun Shows of New York. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

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Clay, Fight for Fetchlands - Modern MTG Tournament (3/4): Top 8 players will pick playsets of fetchlands based off of standings after playoffs.

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Clifton Park, Ja Rule at the Upstate Concert Hall (3/4): 16 and over admitted unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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Congers, 7th Annual Bill Fortune Memorial 10k Run, 5k Run, and March for Meals (Walk) (3/11): Please join the Rockland Road Runners in raising money to help Meals on Wheels with its mission to serve the homebound and seniors in Rockland County

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Constantia, Run for the Rare 2017 (3/19): Run the scenic roads of rural Constantia, nestled on the North Shore of Oneida Lake. The course will take you through rolling hills with mild elevations all while helping sponsor a great study for Rar

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Cooperstown, Sugaring Off Sundays (3/5 - 3/26): Join friends and family on Sundays this March for another season of Sugaring Off Sundays at The Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown, New York.

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Corfu, Maple Weekend 2017 (3/18 - 3/26): It’s true, we’re already gearing up for the 2017 maple season. We are expanding and moving things around, it’s been very exciting. Maple Weekend seems to be just around the corner!

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Corning, Family Night at the Museum (3/3): It's game night at the Museum! With activities for all ages, everyone in your crew is going to love Family Night at the Museum. Get everyone together and make plans to spend your Friday night with us!

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Corning, Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck in the Amphitheater (2/27 - 3/3): See guest artists Michael Schunke and Josie Gluck in live, narrated demonstrations in the Amphitheater Hot Shop on February 27–March 3.

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Corona, 2017 Evening of Fine Food (2/28): Join Queens Centers for Progress for their signature event- Evening of Fine Food.

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Cortland, The Reebok Spartan Sprint (3/4): Greek Peak Mountain Resort is pleased to partner with Spartan Race, the world's leading obstacle race company, to host the first winter race held in the United States.

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Croghan, Chicken & Biscuit Dinner at The American Maple Museum (3/5): The American Maple Museum, founded in 1977 to preserve the history and evolution of the North American maple syrup industry, will welcome families to a Chicken & Biscuit Dinner on Sunday March 5, 2017

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Croton On Hudson, Holy Name of Mary Parish St. Patricks Day Celebration (3/11): Holy Name of Mary is a Roman Catholic community of believers who are dedicated to know Christ and become Christ, each one, for the sake of all. As disciples, we are called to create an environment whe

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Cuba, The Big Meal (3/3 - 3/5): The Big Meal tells the extraordinary story of an ordinary family....

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Cuba, The Bobby Militello Quartet (3/19): We are beyond excited to be bringing some world class jazz to Cuba, NY. This band is as powerful and expressive as any jazz quartet anywhere.

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Delmar, Family Fun Programs (2/28 - 3/29): Each 1 ½ hour adventure will begin with the sharing of a story book on a nature topic, followed by an outdoor activity that is suggested by the book.

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Delmar, Five Rivers - Family Fun: Maple Open House (3/11 - 3/25): An introduction to maple sugaring, from sap to syrup. You’ll get to twirl a brace drill, pound a spile, inspect the sap flow in our sugarbush, enjoy the aroma of sap boiling down in our evaporator and

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Depew, DHS Alumni Get Together (3/4): Hey Wildcats! It has been a while! This time we have a special celebration....

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Depew, Ignite Hope Fire and Ice Gala (3/4): A celebration of life-saving work.

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Dewitt, Schola Cantorum of Syracuse presents: Orlando Di Lasso (3/11): Schola presents a choral concert devoted to the vocal must of this late Renaissance master.

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Dexter, Maple Weekend at Farmhouse Maple (3/18 - 3/26): Mark your calendar for Maple Weekend - March 18-19 & 25-26. Loads of family fun!

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East Bethany, The Natural History of Luck (3/11): Explore the world of local nature and luck and American culture as you hear the stories and legends and pass around examples -- maybe some good luck will rub off on you!

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East Chatham, Earth Minerals: FACEcare Workshop (3/4): At the persistent request of many of you, I've finally created a workshop geared specifically towards face care.

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East Islip, Exchange Ambulance Painting Event (3/4): Exchange Ambulance of The Islips is hosting a painting event! Join us for a relaxing afternoon with friends for some creative fun. Celebrate the upcoming holiday as you paint two glasses.

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East Moriches, 4 Leaf Clover 5k Seatuck Cove Rotary Club 2017 (3/18): Join us in our 4 Leaf Clover 5k Seatuck Cove Rotary Club 2017. The money raised is being used for community projects in the Greater Moriches and Eastport Areas with a special emphasis on the East Mori

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East Setauket, 1st Annual Kiwanis Kares Live Tribute Concert (3/18): Come down for 1st Annual Kiwanis Kares Live Tribute Concert with Uppercut playing Chicago, Blood Sweat & Tears,Steely Dan and Fleetwood Macked playing Fleetwood Mac at Ward Melville High school!

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Elba, Camp Santanoni Winter Weekends (3/18 - 3/19): Camp Santanoni is providing a rare opportunity to see the inside of the buildings at this historic location during the winter months.

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Elizabethtown, 37th Annual Doc Lopez Run for Health (3/18): Join us for the 37th Annual Doc Lopez Run for Health to benefit the University of Vermont Health Network Elizabethtown Community Hospital!

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Ellicottville, Holiday Valleys Winter Carnival and Mardi Gras Parade (3/11 - 3/12): It's the biggest winter event of the season with fun activities and events for the whole family.

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Elmira, A Year With Frog and Toad (2/28): A Clemens Center Mary Tripp Marks School-Time Series production performed by Brad Simon Organization and Casa Mañana.

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Elmira, Clarity Connects 2017: A Motivational Speaking Event (3/4): Join us for our third annual Clarity Connects motivational speaking event! It's Clarity's biggest and favorite event of the year!

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Elmira, Guard Up! Self-Defense Training for Women (3/4): Simple, effective techniques that are easy to remember taught by a woman for women!

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Elmira, STRC St. Patricks Day 5K/10K Run/Walk (3/18): The first 500 to register will get a free beer mug, and Upstate is offering one free beer on race day with your bib (Participants age 21 or older).

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Elmsford, Comedy Show Fundraiser (3/11): Join us for a night of comedy to benefit all of the pets at Paws Crossed! APPEARING LIVE THREE ALL-STAR COMEDIANS From the Miami Improv and Joker’s Comedy Club

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Elmsford, UNA Westchester International Womens Day (3/5): Join UNA Westchester in celebrating International Women's Day, with the theme "Women's Economic Empowerment in the Changing World of Work."

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Farmingdale, Casino Night Fundraiser for The Guide Dog Foundation (3/2): Your tickets will include: open bar, food, $200 play money, DJ and an amazing opportunity to raise enough money to train a Guide Dog!!!

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Fayetteville, Maple Syrup Demonstration (3/11): Meet at the Old Administration Building area at 12pm to learn about making maple syrup.

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Fishkill, Cocktails (Piano Piano Wine Bar) & Canvas (The Artist Within) (3/12): Spend your Sunday afternoon sipping wine, nibbling, and creating special wine glasses. Price includes all materials, step by step instructions, first glass of wine, and a choice of appetizer.

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Fort Ann, Poultry Seminar (3/4): Rich Kennedy from Nutrena Feeds will be at Walker's in Fort Ann, NY on Saturday March 4th from 10am-12pm.

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Fort Edward, 3rd Annual Autism Awareness Billards Fundraiser (3/5): 3rd Annual Autism Awareness Billards Fundraiser. 12 pm registration. Games start at 2pm. $10 per Couple (Jack and Jill).

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Fort Edward, Ebonite Brands Demo Day (3/4): EBI. would like to invite you to ‘TEST DRIVE’ the latest and greatest equipment they have to offer by attending the Demo Days hosted by “Broadway Pro Shop” How is that possible you say?

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Fulton, Maple Weekend 2017 at Red Schoolhouse Maple (3/18 - 3/26): Red Schoolhouse Maple will have tours and activities as well as a pancake breakfast during Maple Weekends in 2017, March 18, 19, and 25 & 26.

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Garden City, The Chocolate Expo 2017 at the Cradle of Aviation Museum (3/5): America's largest chocolate event, The Chocolate Expo, returns to the spectacular Cradle of Aviation Museum on Sunday, March 5, 2017.

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Geneva, Lets Talk Syrah! A Winemakers Discussion on Finger Lakes Syrah (3/18): Join us for a lively and informative panel discussion and tasting focusing on Finger Lakes Syrah.

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Geneva, The Town Pants return to the Smith Opera House! (3/18): The Town Pants return to Geneva to play the amazing Smith Opera house

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Geneva, Ventosa Vineyards FREE Live Music and Happy Hour (3/3): Ventosa Vineyards features their Friday Night Music Series with a BOGO Happy hour from 5 PM to 6 PM and live music from 6 PM to 9 PM.

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Ghent, MOTHERS AND SONS (3/17 - 3/19): From the award winning playwright of "Love! Valor! Compassion!" comes a timely and touching new play about change, reconciliation and becoming a family.

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Glens Falls, Applications of Art (3/8 - 3/22): Learn about the properties of oil paint and how to apply color theory to the painting process. By the end of three sessions, students will complete their own masterpiece.

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Glens Falls, Lorna Bieber: Forces of Nature (1/21 - 5/14): Lorna Bieber’s photo murals and montages look like snatches of memories and elusive recollections of familiar images.

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Glens Falls, Winter Meltdown 10 by 10 equals 100 (3/4): 4th Annual Juried 10x10=100. All works $100 or less. no bigger than 100 United inches. March 4 - 31st with a closing reception on Friday, March 31, 5-7pm

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Gloversville, Kaylas In home Pop Up! (3/4): You are invited to Kayla's LuLaRoe Pop-Up Boutique on Saturday, March 4th from 1pm to 2:30pm. There will be TONS of new inventory!!

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Great Neck, From the Heart Dinner Dance (3/18): Good Counsel is a nationally recognized nonprofit leader and innovator in creating supportive residential care and community-based services for homeless, expectant, and new mothers and their children

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Greenlawn, The Little Cow Harbor 4 Mile Run for Hope (3/4): St. Hugh’s Project HOPE is an organization formed by the youth of St. Hugh’s Parish in response to the needs of the hungry, homeless and unemployed in and around Huntington.

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Hamburg, Buffalo Regals Beer Blast (3/4): Join us on March 4th at The Towne House. Hope to see you there!!

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Hamburg, Ismailia Shrine Circus (3/16 - 3/19): Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, and children of all ages….It is once again time for The Shrine Circus!

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Hauppauge, Spirit Of America Rally Suffolk County, NY (3/4): Please join fellow neighbors, patriots and Americans who want to stand up for the Spirit of America. Spirit of America is a national rally being organized by Main Street Patriots.

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Highland Falls, Grand Opening (3/4): Come join TheChicks for an all day party celebrating the grand opening of our medicinal & magical apothecary!! Drop in and say hi + check out the new space...

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Holbrook, St. Patricks Day 5K and Little Leprechauns Fun Run - Holbrook (3/18): The STRONG ISLAND RUNNING CLUB recognizes the importance of "giving back" to our community

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Homer, Father Daughter Dance (3/4): Dads bring your daughter for a night of fun, laughter, dancing, and treats! A dad can be any male figure in your life – your father, step-father, grandfather, uncle, older brother, etc.

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Homer, Scythian (3/4): Named after Ukrainian nomads, Scythian (sith-ee-yin) plays immigrant rock with thunderous energy, technical prowess, and storytelling songwriting, beckoning crowds into a barn-dance rock concert exper

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Honeoye Falls, Miller Lanes Presents MC Lars! (2/27): Join us on February 27th at Miller Lanes. Hope to see you there!!

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Honeoye, The Boat House 80s Winter Beach Party! (3/4): If you haven't been to an FM Promotions winter Beach Party, you're missing out!! March 4th at the Honeoye Boat House Grille we will storm the beaches of the 1980's!

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Hornell, Hornell Area Family YMCA Run for the Shamrock (3/11): Join us in our Hornell YMCA 5K Run for the Shamrock Run & Walk. Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers in all age divisions including the walk. Overall Male and Female winners wil

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Huntington, 6 Hour Kirtan at The Funky OM (free) (3/4): Extended Kirtans are common in India. There are places all over the world where they do kirtan for 24 hours. Come and share in this amazing experience.

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Hyde Park, Yours, Anne (3/25 - 4/2): Based on Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and The Diary of Anne Frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

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Islip, Gil Parris Returns to Treme ~ March 4 (3/4): Grammy-Nominated guitar virtuoso, Gil Parris returns to Treme Islip Saturday, March 4th and is joined by Matt King on Keys along with Joe Piteo, Kip Sophos and Jessie Lambiase.*

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Islip, Civil Rights on Long Island (3/30): Interactive lecture details the historic race relations and struggles for equality across Long Island.

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Ithaca, 4th Annual Foodnet Meals on Wheels Mac n Cheese Bowl (3/18): The "Bowl," benefits elderly people and individuals with disabilities who cannot cook or shop for their own meals.

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Ithaca, Coast to Coast ComicCon Ithaca Saturday March 4th 2017 (3/4): Diamond, PREVIEWSworld.com and Coliseum of Comics are teaming with leading comic book publishers for a one-of-kind live streaming event, Coast to Coast Comic Con 2017, on Saturday, March 4.

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Jamaica, Reaching For The Stars: Scholars Breakfast (3/11): The Rochdale Early Advantage Charter School (REACS) provides an Early College Preparatory program serving scholars from Pre-K through Grade 5.

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Jamestown, St. Patricks Dash (3/18): Run the Green 3 Mile course with Jamestown's St. Patrick's Dash. This annual three mile run/walk is the first race in the 2017 WCA Hospital Center for Orthopedics

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Java Center, Beaver Meadow Owl Prowl (3/4): Join Audubon Naturalist Tom Kerr as we take a nocturnal hike in search of the Owls that call Beaver Meadow their home. We'll be looking and listening for Eastern Screech-owls and Barred Owls.

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Java Center, Sugar Shanty Open to the Public (3/4): Stop in and see our sugar shanty in action at Beaver Meadow as we turn maple sap into sweet syrup. Free.

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Jay, Raising Chickens for Meat 101 (3/4): Know where your chicken comes from and control how healthy and nutritious your meat and eggs are!

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Jefferson, Maple Weekend at Buckhill Farm (3/18 - 3/26): During Maple Weekend maple producers from across New York State welcome families to their farms to experience firsthand how real, mouth-watering maple syrup and other related products are made.

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Jefferson, The Thompson Sugar Shack Maple Weekend (3/18 - 3/19): Maple Weekend at the Thompson Sugar Shack will be on Saturday and Sunday, March 18 and 19, 2017, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

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Johnstown, Dr. Seuss Birthday Party (3/4): Join us for some Seussian fun. Stories, Crafts, Games and Goodies all celebrating Dr. Seuss. Young and Young at heart are welcome.

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Jordan, Maple Weekend 2017 (3/18 - 3/26): Stop by and enjoy maple popcorn, maple soft ice cream, maple cotton candy, and molded maple sugar.

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Kings Park, Lazer, Aptheker, Rosella & Yedid Kings Park 15K Run (3/11): Scenic, HILLY 9.3 mile run through the beautiful—and challenging—roads of Kings Park! 2 HOUR TIME LIMIT!

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Lake Placid, The 2017 Adirondack Destination Marketing Summit (3/14): Spend a day with ROOST, Adworkshop, and other industry experts to gain an understanding of current marketing trends.

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Lakewood, Winter Princess / Prince Pageant (3/4): Sunburst Beauty Pageant presents the Winter Princess / Prince Pageant.

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Lancaster, Paczki Day 2017 (2/28): Paczki Day or "Fat Tuesday" is the last day before Ash Wednesday when Lent begins. It is a day when people indugle and eat lots of rich, delcious foods in anticipation of the fasting to come during Le

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Lancaster, To The Moon & Back (3/7): Join us on March 7th and paint "To The Moon & Back".

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Latham, Dancing Elephant (3/7): Join us on March 7th and paint "Dancing Elephant".

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Latham, The Sister Maureen Joyce Center Dinner (2/28): Join us for a Mardi Gras celebration to support the Sister Maureen Joyce Center! Price includes dinner, with beer, wine and soda.

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Lindenhurst, Paint for a Cause (2/28): Please join North Fork Country Kids and Live Well Paint Often for an evening of drinks, eats, laughs, music, and ARTSY FUN! Everyone from beginners to experts are encouraged to attend!

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Lisle, NYS Maple Weekend 2017 at Split Maple Farm (3/18 - 3/26): Sap to syrup, demos, tours and free samples! Great FREE family fun! Dress for the weather and bring your mud boots, we look forward to seeing you! ?

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Liverpool, Still Country Poppies (3/7): Join us on March 7th and paint "Still Country Poppies".

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Lockport, Dave Higgins Band Live (2/28): Come join us in the NYBP Tap Room for the phenomenal Dave Higgins Band from Charleston, South Carolina.

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Lynbrook, 2ed Anniversary Modern $1k-2k CASH GPT Montreal @Asofad (3/4): March marks the second anniversary of ASOFADs success and to commemorate this momentous occasion the old gods have demanded that March shall facilitate week after week of quality events!

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Marcellus, Star Party: Goodbye Winter Skies! (3/3): Goodbye to winter skies, we might still get a peek at Venus, and Jupiter will be rising in the east. Back-up date March 4. $6 for members, $9 for nonmembers.

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Marcellus, Winter Farmers Market at Baltimore Woods (3/11): Visitors to the Baltimore Woods Winter Farmers Market will enjoy a diverse mix of local farm and artisanal food products from top regional producers.

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Melville, Visions in Design and Sustainability (3/15): Every workshop event offers you extensive opportunities to learn and network, and always includes new material to satisfy your continuing education needs.

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Miller Place, SASI Pancake Breakfast (3/11): Join us for a delicious breakfast and support the cause! Includes pancakes, eggs, sausage, juice and coffee.

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Montauk, Camp SoulGrow 3rd Annual Mardi Gras in Montauk (2/28): Camp SoulGrow 3rd Annual "Mardi Gras in Montauk" at Shagwong Tavern! Fat Tuesday, February 28, 7-10pm

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Montgomery, Run For The Gold 5K (3/18): Join us in our Run For The Gold 5K. Top Overall Male/Female, Top Overall Male/Female Walker, Top 3 Age Group. 12 & under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+

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Monticello, Ringling Brother’s Barnum & Bailey Circus Farewell Trip (3/11): Come one, come all… the Ringling Brothers Circus: Out of This World is rolling into town!

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Mount Morris, Spring Forward to Fashion Multiconsultant Sale (3/4): 10+ Consultants are joining forces for a massive Spring Forward LuLaRoe Blowout! Shop thousands of LuLaRoe Pieces from local consultants from all over Western New York. ?

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Mount Vernon, Better Dance Clinic and Concert (3/18): Devar Dance Ministry of Rehoboth Christan Church presents BETTER: The Dance Clinic. ALL will benefit from this experience but it is especially designed with dance ministers and worshiping artist in mi

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Mount Vernon, The Edward D. Herndon Memorial Scholarship Benefit Concert (3/11): The Edward D. Herndon Legacy Foundation, Inc. is proud to present the legendary, award winning and incomparable Richard Smallwood with Vision in concert.

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Mumford, Maple Sugar Festival (3/18 - 3/26): Bring the entire family (Kids are FREE!) and enjoy the fresh air and the delicious aroma of simmering maple syrup, as you set off into the woods in search of sweet adventure at the annual Maple Sugar

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Nanuet, Womens Power Lunch and Learn (3/4): Are you tired of searching through your closet trying on outfits you don’t feel good in? Have you ever felt ” less is more ‘ but you don’t know where to begin?

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Naples, Open House & Pancake Breakfast at Wohlschlegels Naples Maple Farm (3/18 - 3/26): Dress for the weather and bring boots and walking sticks for a Sugarbush Woods Walk!

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New Baltimore, Opening Joan Wallace (2/28): The exhibition explores Wallace’s confrontational practice in depth, including work from the inception of Wallace & Donohue through the emergence of Wallace’s individually authored work.

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New City, Make your own Hydrosols -with Diana Khodik (3/4): Come learn how to make and use Hydrosols! Hydrosols are similar to essential oils, but much less concentrated.

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New Hartford, Vivid Rustic Flowers (3/7): Join us on March 7th and paint "Vivid Rustic Flowers".

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New Paltz, Clothing Swap at The L Salon (3/4): The L Salon is hosting a clothing swap right here in our salon! A perfect way to get rid of clutter in your closet, while scoring a couple new pieces for yourself.

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New Paltz, Intimately Unfamiliar: New Work by SUNY New Paltz Art Faculty (1/25 - 4/9): Intimately Unfamiliar, an exhibition of new work by the fulltime art faculty of the State University of New York at New Paltz, presents a wide-range of projects in many mediums.

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New Paltz, Sangria and St. Pattys Day (3/11 - 3/12): If the winter made you feel BLUE, then come celebrate the GREEN! St. Patrick's Day is a time to toast the luck of the Irish with a new twist: a glass of green Robibero sangria!

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New Windsor, Member Winter Walk (3/5): Enjoy behind-the-scenes access to Storm King during the off-season when we host our popular Winter Walks. Explore the sculpture and grounds in the brilliant winter landscape.

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New York, #DrinkInPink (3/5): Let's gather to cheers for all the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women! Come thirsty for the freshest craft beers of Astoria and come hungry for delicious Texas style slow-co

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New York, 11th Annual FRIGID Festival (2/13 - 3/5): Since participants are chosen by lottery, you never know what to expect at Frigid New York, which has 30 affordable shows at two East Village theaters.

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New York, 2017 AHOB Benefit (3/14): Join A House on Beekman as we seek to break the cycles of poverty in the South Bronx. We will spend the night celebrating our 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY - looking back and looking ahead to what's next!

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New York, 2017 GANYC Apple Awards (3/6): The 3rd annual awards have a new host and a new home! We're delighted to have the one and only Mark Nadler guiding us through our 2017 Awards, at the beautiful and high-tech SVA Silas Theater!

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New York, 2017 St. Patrick’s Day Parade (3/17): The New York City Saint Patrick's Day Parade is our country’s oldest and proudest Irish tradition, marching for the first time 255 years ago...

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New York, 2017 Whisky Live NY (3/1): A ticket to Whisky Live includes a dinner buffet, live entertainment, and a glass to sample the greatest whiskies in the world at Pier 60, Chelsea Piers.

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New York, 20s and 30s Mojito Madness Shabbat (3/10): In keeping with the spirit of Shabbat we ask that you please refrain from using cellular phones in the building. Bring your business cards to stay in touch!

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New York, 40 Days Of Doing: A Spiritual Expirement (2/27): 40 Days of Doing Part of our monthly in-person conversation series exploring how spirituality can be useful in our everyday lives.

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New York, 5th Annual Gala and Auction to Benefit FamilyKind (3/15): Join us and help celebrate FamilyKind’s 5th Year of Service to Children, Parents and Families. Having planted the seeds, we’re blooming! Help us continue to grow.

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New York, 61st Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW61) (3/13 - 3/24): We look forward to seeing Zontians at the sixty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

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New York, AAAYA New Yorks 9th Annual Lunar New Year Banquet 2017 (3/3): The Association of Asian American Yale Alumni – NY Chapter (AAAYA-NYC) cordially invites you to our ninth annual Lunar New Year Banquet to benefit our Community Service Summer Fellowship program.

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New York, ABW Young Professionals Pong Tournament (3/4): Come out and particpate in the pong tournament or kick back, relax with friends and enjoy some football while cheering on your favorite team.

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New York, AEF Fourth Annual Gala (3/4): You are cordially invited to the Fourth Annual Gala with the Ascend Educational Fund on Saturday, March 4th at the newly opened The Lounge - Soho.

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New York, American Boychoir at the Church of St. Thomas More (3/16): The American Boychoir has long been recognized as one of the finest musical ensembles in the country.

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New York, An Evening with Brett SIddell (3/3): Brett Siddell has been an on-air personality and producer at SiriusXM Satellite Radio for over 9 years, and an award-winning stand-up comedian for more than a decade.

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New York, Asia Art Fair (3/10 - 3/18): This year the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center (MAAC) will be home to the Asia Art Fair.

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New York, Asia Week New York 2017 (3/9 - 3/18): Asia Week New York is an annual ten-day celebration of Asian art throughout metropolitan New York, with non-stop exhibitions, auctions and special events.

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New York, AUCs Sixth Annual Benefit Dinner (3/1): All of the evening's proceeds will go towards student scholarships at AUC. To avoid processing fees incurred on this platform, please visit

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New York, Beyond Solidarity: How Columbia Students Can Help Syrian Refugees (3/6): Students Supporting Israel (SSI) is bringing NGOs working in the United States, Europe and the Middle East to let students know how they can translate their motivation into tangible assistance.

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New York, Big Apple Comic Con (3/11 - 3/12): NYC's coolest, longest running, non corporate comic con is back March 11th & 12th Guests include Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, John Bernthal, Jason David Frank, Barbara Eden. Six Cosplay contests.

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New York, Big Apple Con Comic Book Marketplace (3/11 - 3/12): Big Apple Con Comic Book Marketplace March 10-12, 2017 at the Penn Plaza Pavilion.

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New York, Camouflage: A Rear View Perspective (3/3): OBC's Underground 90's Feature Collage (w/ Post Show Review of Harlem Evolution).

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New York, Camp Walden NYC Young Alumnae Gathering (3/4): Join us for a late afternoon of great food and good Waldenites at Duck's, Julie Horowitz's (B12 2002) restaurant http://www.duckseatery.com/. Message us for the details!

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New York, Catholic Underground NYC (3/4): Catholic Underground NYC welcomes Alverlis!

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New York, Celebrating Life, New York City (3/2): Join us for a special night honoring volunteer Dikla Carmel and marrow donors, transplant recipients, supporters, friends and family!

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New York, Central Park Moonlight Ride (3/3): This is a fun, relaxing auto-free ride through Central Park. Enjoy the tranquillity of the park & its beautiful ponds & waterways: a nature lover's dream. Totally safe. Bike guides front & rear.

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New York, Chef Daniel Boulud Hosts 20TH Annual Sunday Supper (3/12): Citymeals on Wheels Board of Directors Co-President Chef Daniel Boulud will continue his longtime support of Citymeals with The 20th Annual Sunday Supper at DANIEL.

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New York, Circus Now International Contemporary Circus Exposure 2017 (3/3 - 3/5): Circus Now returns to NYU Skirball following two sold-out seasons, with three programs of boundary-pushing contemporary circus featuring the world’s most innovative and inspired companies.

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New York, Come to get Lucky - Free San Patrick Tango Open House (3/16): We invite you, your friends, and your family to celebrate the day with us at our one of a kind event.

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New York, Damaged Goods (3/2 - 3/18): Private dick Thomas Sparks finds out the hard way that nothing is what it seems as hes lured through a lethal labyrinth of love, lies and larceny.

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New York, Dave Nee Foundation 2017 Gala (3/2): Support the Dave Nee Foundation as we continue to work to destigmatize depression and suicide, raise awareness of mental health in our community, and provide innovative and needed programming to law s

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New York, Delirium: The Art of the Symbolist Book (1/20 - 5/14): Delirium: The Art of the Symbolist Book explores creative encounters between Symbolist authors and the artists in their circles.

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New York, Dinners in the Dark at CAMAJE (3/9): Dinners in the Dark at CAMAJE are multi-course meals eaten while blindfolded. Without sight, diners’ other senses are heightened. Smells, textures and sounds all become more intense.

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New York, Elisa Monte Dance 36th Annual Gala (3/14): Elisa Monte Dance bridges cultural barriers through the universal language of dance.

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New York, Eric Whitacre Singers - Music for Sacred Spaces (3/4): Eric Whitacre brings his Grammy award-winning choir to his homeland for only the second time.

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New York, Every Girl is Important: Film Screenings and Discussion (2/27): Learn more about empowering girls through education and help build a school to provide education access for Kenyan girls.

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New York, Excerpt (1/26 - 7/2): For generations, artists have used text and books to challenge the purveyors of knowledge and to trouble the certainty of facts.

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New York, Fade (1/25 - 3/5): Tanya Saracho comes to Primary Stages with the New York Premiere of Fade, a behind-the-scenes comedy about the burgeoning friendship between Lucia and Abel.

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New York, Fair Trade Performs at the SAJ (3/1): The Fair Trade Trio will be joined by oboist and SAJ member, Jason Smoller for an evening of chamber music in the SAJ sanctuary.

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New York, FarePlate: Celebration of Irish Food & Drink (3/12): Meeting Irish artisans and producers, food and drink tastings, food stations, cookbook launch, tasting plates, mingling, celebrating.

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New York, Financial District Tour (3/19): We will see the church that George Washington prayed in, Peter Minuit Plaza, named after the first governor of New Amsterdam, and the Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American born saint w

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New York, Free Assistive Technology Open House (3/1): Let Baruch’s Computer Center for Visually Impaired People Help! Our CCVIP team will show individuals whose vision has declined how to make changes in the way they use technology.

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New York, Free Open House March 4 (3/4): This is a way for you to get to know our teaching methods, what we cover in class, see our materials, and ask any questions you may have about the classes in person.

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New York, Free Sake Tasting! (3/4): This Saturday we are lucky to have in importer Yumuki from Sake Suki for a delicious and informative tasting.

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New York, Free Skating at The Rink Bryant Park (11/27 - 3/5): The Rink is the centerpiece of Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park.

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New York, French Academie of Ballet 2017 Summer Intensive Audition (3/4): An exclusive summer training program designed for serious dancer ages 9 - 21

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New York, Front and Center: Bartlett Sher master class (2/27): In Bartlett Sher's directing class, designed for emerging theater directors, Sher will offer snapshots of the layered and complex art of interpretation.

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New York, Great Wines of Italy - New York (3/8): JamesSuckling.com is delighted to present the 2017 edition of Great Wines of Italy in Miami (March 6th), New York City (March 8th), Beverly Hills (March 10th) and San Francisco (March 11th).

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New York, Happy Hour (2/15 - 3/15): And we will insist each and every time that there will still be something to celebrate.

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New York, Happy Hour to benefit Caring Kind (3/9): Join davidshapiro for a Happy Hour to benefit Caring Kind and help fight Alzheimer's.

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New York, HOMO AMERICANUS (3/18): A non-verbal play who will change your vision about dance-theater and re-defines the story-telling manner!

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New York, I Wish: The Wish Machine Project, by Chrysanne Stathacos (1/31 - 3/6): I Wish is a project conceived by Chrysanne Stathacos and created in collaboration with CMA museum visitors and Teaching Artists.

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New York, I’m Nobody! Who are you? The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson (1/20 - 5/21): One of the most popular and enigmatic American writers of the nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson (1830–1886) wrote almost 1,800 poems.

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New York, In the Realm of the Hungry Ghost; Close Encounters with Addiction (3/11): Gabor Maté is a medical doctor recently retired from active practice.

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New York, Independent Art Fair (3/3 - 3/5): Independent Art Fair March 2-5, 2017 at Spring Studios, 50 Varick St between Laight and Beach St in NY, NY.

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New York, inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd (8/25 - 7/25): inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd will bring to Jackie Robinson Park the most recent of the artist’s series of sculptures created to dispel people’s feelings of racial prejudice, violence or ordinary disdain.

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New York, Inspire Washington Heights, NY Public School Students to Love Reading (2/28): Volunteer with Behind the Book, a non-profit literacy organization that inspires New York City public school students to explore stories and empower their voices.

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New York, International Women in Jazz Auditions (3/11): IWJ Female Members Audition. Winners to perform at the Women in Jazz Festival on April 29.

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New York, International Women’s Day Mixer (3/8): Please Join the Downtown NYC Zetas of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated as we mix, mingle, and celebrate International Women’s Day.

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New York, Jackson Mac Low: Lines–Letters–Words (1/20 - 3/19): The Drawing Center will present the first solo museum exhibition of visual works by Jackson Mac Low (1922–2004) that spans the multidisciplinary artist’s practice from the 1940s to the 2000s.

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New York, Jordan Sullivan, The Sun at Night (3/4): Join us for an opening reception of Jordan Sullivan's new body of work "Night Finds You".

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New York, Joshua Ministry Bowling Night (3/3): The Joshua Ministry invites you to its annual Bowling Night event in Midtown on Friday, March 3rd at 8:00pm at Frames Bowling in Port Authority.

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New York, Junebug (3/16 - 3/19): As he conveys the intricacies of life on the 'inside' and opens his heart to his true inner life we are questioned about our own views on redemption.

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New York, Launching CIDA (3/2): Community Inclusion and Development Alliance (CIDA) is a non-profit organization that promotes self-determination and the equality of opportunity for individuals with disabilities.

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New York, Lauren Kalman: But if the Crime Is Beautiful… (10/18 - 3/15): Taking up the subject of gold (specifically jewelry and adornment) as representative of power, wealth, and love, Lauren Kalman: But if the Crime Is Beautiful..., created by performance artist and meta

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New York, LAVENDER SONGS; A Queer Weimar Berlin Cabaret with Jeremy Lawrence (2/4 - 3/11): Tante Fritzy, kabarettist extraordinaire, kicks the world on its ass singing the songs of Queer Weimar Berlin.

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New York, LIC Empty Bowls (3/8): Make bowls to help feed the hungry! Beginners are welcome! All materials are provided. The bowls will be finished, fired, glazed and donated to our fundraiser to fight hunger.

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New York, LINE: March to 50 (1/23 - 3/13): Next year will mark 50 years that Israel Horovitz's stunning surreal play, LINE, will have been performing in NYC.

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New York, Love That Dog (2/18 - 3/5): Featuring the poetry of Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, and Walter Dean Myers, LOVE THAT DOG is a contemporary story about discovering the power of your own voice.

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New York, Masked Ball (3/16): After an absence of three years, our gala is back under the guise of a masked ball. Come as your favorite opera character, or wear a mask with your gown or tuxedo, and enjoy an evening of revelling, m

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New York, Massanois Annual Portfolio Tasting (2/27): Join us for our 9th Annual Portfolio Tasting at City Winery! Explore over 500 wines and mingle with 80+ producers from across the globe, including up-and-coming winemakers from Austria...

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New York, Master Class w/ Fay Simpson (3/4): Give your body the gift of this class. Warm-up, express and understand how to break down character into physical, tangible components for character construction.

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New York, Mateo López: Undo List (1/20 - 3/19): Mateo López: Undo List is a multidisciplinary installation that will be the Colombian artist’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States.

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New York, Mayada and Friends Fundraising Dinner (3/5): We are happy to announce that Mayada, a Syrian refugee who arrived in the U.S. with her husband and four children in March 2016 co-sponsored by Rutgers Presbyterian Church and Church World Service, wi

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New York, Mixology Basics (3/13): Take a crash course in the essentials of cocktail mixology, then recreate these classic drinks at home and at parties.

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New York, Monday Night Magic - 2017 (1/23 - 3/13): Tickets must be picked up no later than 15 minutes prior to the start of the performance to insure that you are seated before the show begins.

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New York, Mythic Bridge 2017 Annual Kickoff Reception (2/28): Mythic Bridge is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides free hands-on, narrative filmmaking education to at-risk youth.

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New York, NADA New York Art Fair (3/2 - 3/5): The sixth edition of NADA New York will take place March 2–5, 2017, at Skylight Clarkson North, located at 572 Washington Street.

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New York, Neighbors Together Charity Ride (3/11): Join us at CrankNYC Upper East Side on Saturday March 11th, for a charity ride to benefit Neighbors Together, an organization committed to ending hunger and poverty in three of the lowest income areas

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New York, Nepalese Seasons: Rain and Ritual (5/6 - 3/27): Nepalese Seasons: Rain and Ritual illustrates the enduring manifestation of rituals, agrarian festivals, and the natural environment in the art of Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley. This is the first exhibi

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New York, New York International Children’s Film Festival (2/24 - 3/19): New York International Children’s Film Festival shows new, inspiring, and thought-provoking films about youth from around the world, suitable for families.

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New York, NEWLIFE EXPO For Health, Rejuvenation,and Enlightenment (3/17 - 3/19): In it 27th year NEWLIFE EXPO, NY's largest Mind,Body,Spirit event, presents Marianne Williamson & 100 other expert speakers & exhibitors from around the world for 3 incredible days on March 17-19

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New York, NY Drinks NY Grand Tasting (3/7): Over 40 wineries from the Finger Lakes, Long Island, Niagara Escarpment, Hudson River Region, Champlain Valley, and Lake Erie will be featured at this walk-around tasting reception.

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New York, NYC Annual Mardi Gras Fat Friday Celebration (3/3): FAT FRIDAY is returning to the Angel Orensanz Foundation in downtown Manhattan on Friday March 3rd, 2017—tickets are on sale NOW!

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New York, OM Lab: Offer Your Voice (2/3 - 5/8): Tune in to the sacred sound of the universe, and contribute your voice to the largest collective chant of OM ever generated.

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New York, Omega Kids (3/2 - 3/25): New Light Theater Project and Access Theater present a new play, OMEGA KIDS by Noah Mease, directed by Jay Stull.

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New York, On the Exhale (2/7 - 4/2): Roundabout Underground presents On the Exhale, a provocative world premiere from Martín Zimmerman, directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman (Well, Roundabout’s Violet).

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New York, Out by 10: Funny Storytellers PLUS Rockin Jazz: March Sucks, Laughter is the Cheapest Medicine (3/10): You know March is the worst! Out by 10 can make it all better with laughter & inspiration. Warm to the hilarious storytellers: Joseph Keckler, Selena Coppock and Jeff Simmermon. Revel in the rockin'

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New York, PASEsetter Awards Benefit Afterparty (2/28): Join us in celebrating afterschool at the PASEsetter Awards Benefit Afterparty! Enjoy a two-hour open bar, passed desserts, and raffle prizes!

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New York, Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change (1/27 - 5/7): Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change continues ICP’s long-standing tradition of exploring the social and historic impact of visual culture.

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New York, Pitch Contest: Talk Trash City (2/28): Trashy start-ups compete for a crowd-funded cash prize. Attendees vote on the pitch that best demonstrates its ability to help NYC reach zero waste to landfills by 2030.

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New York, Please Bring Balloons (2/18 - 3/5): An interactive, multi-sensory theater experience created for our youngest audience members.

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New York, POETS V SINGERS (2/13 - 3/13): is a slam based competition event that allows poets and singers to go head to head.

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New York, Ring Twice for Miranda (1/24 - 4/16): Ring Twice for Miranda is a tragi-comedy set in difficult times, roiled by economic upheavals. A man known only as Sir rules with a vengeance, but it’s Miranda who adds intrigue to his life.

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New York, Salsa To Save Animals (3/4): Join fellow animal lovers for an evening of socializing, music and dance. Enjoy a performance and a free salsa lesson by Carlos Konig and live jazz from the Melissa Hamilton Quartet.

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New York, Sam Eatons The Quantum Eye - Mentalism and Magic Show (2/11 - 3/11): where extraordinary ability and humor blend with audience participation to make for a unique performance every time.

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New York, Samba New Yorks Carnaval Samba Party (3/4): Drum Section; the festive Brazilian beats of DJ Anderson Trindade; and special surprise guests. Only $10 for so much samba fun!

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New York, Saturday Sessions: Ellington & Strayhorn (3/4): Calling jazz musicians of all ages! The National Jazz Museum in Harlem invites you to join us Saturday, March 4th at 2pm.

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New York, Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse (9/23 - 4/16): Offering creative, alternative approaches to confronting textile waste, Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse will present the work of three designers who put sustainability at the heart of the

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New York, Sony Off Camera Flash Options Made Easy with Miguel Quiles (2/27): Come by to see the latest Sony a7 Series cameras, and trade in your old camera or lens for a bonus towards your Sony a7 series purchase!

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New York, Soul Saga: Vibe Tank X Noble Nobu at The Shrine (2/27): SOUL SAGA is the first in a line of collaborative projects from Bayo Fayemi and That's Dope Productions to bring fresh, distinctive sounds together for an unique live experience!!!

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New York, SparkNYC Longreads: The Johnson Amendment and Free Speech (2/28): Join us for Longreads, the monthly meetup that helps you #getfamiliar when it comes to hot topics, current events, and social justice.

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New York, Spinning For a Cause with W.IN.E (3/9): Join W.IN.E for a hands on learning experience learning to spin on the ones and twos with female academy instructor: DJ Twin-T.

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New York, St. Paddys Day Olympics (3/17): In honor of St. Patrick's Day, please join us for delicious food and hearty beers as you compete for PRIZES and AWARDS through Beer Pong and Flip Cup.

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New York, St. Patricks Day Annual Luncheon 2017 with Guest Speaker Michael Dowling (3/14): Join us for a fun-filled luncheon with Michael Dowling, President and CEO of Northwell Health.

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New York, Taste of Greenwich House 2017 (3/13): Taste of Greenwich House is a premier tasting event that brings more than 30 of New York’s most innovative restaurants, including staples like the little owl, One if by Land, dell’anima.

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New York, Tattooed New York (2/3 - 4/30): For more than 300 years, New York has played a central role in the development of modern tattooing.

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New York, TEMPEI NAKAMURA 2017 (3/11): From the same year, he begins his annual Europe tours, becoming a global performer.

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New York, The 7th Annual NYU DPT 5K (3/4): Join us in our 7th Annual NYU DPT 5K. Funds raised through the Challenge also contribute to the rigorous and high quality peer-review process which results in the awarding of all Foundation

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New York, The Art Show Gala Preview (2/28): A glamorous cocktail party. Flowing fine wines. Beautifully catered and presented hors d’oeuvres. Thrilling contemporary, modern and postwar art. Fascinating uptown, downtown and international guests.

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New York, The Arts Show - Park Avenue Armory (3/1 - 3/5): Organized annually by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), The Art Show offers intimately scaled and thoughtfully curated presentations by the nation’s leading fine art dealers...

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New York, The BJ Celebrate Community Auction (3/1): Last year, BJ hosted the first Celebrate Community Auction, a runaway success that began with a month-long online auction and culminated in the most memorable party of the year.

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New York, The Camaraderie NYC Founding Members Dinner (3/7): We cordially invite you to join us for our first bi-annual Founding Members Dinner.

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New York, The Clio Art Fair (3/2 - 3/5): The CLIO ART FAIR is a curated fair created with the idea of discovering independent artists and showcasing the careers and achievements of already affirmed creative minds.

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New York, The Co-Pilot Project Launch and Benefit (3/5): We would like to invite you to an event at the Ukrainian Institute of America to launch a new initiative of Razom: The Co-Pilot Project.

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New York, The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair and Fine Press Book Fair (3/11): The Shadow Show Looms Over Manhattan! The Manhattan Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair And The Fine Press Book Fair Celebrate Rare Book Week In New York City!

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New York, The Orchid Show: Thailand (2/18 - 3/19): The Orchid Show fills the conservatory at the New York Botanical Garden with thousands of orchids in an amazing array of colors, shapes, sizes, and textures.

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New York, The Truthseekers Live [03/04] (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Tomi Jazz. Hope to see you there!!

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New York, The World of Radio (2/3 - 9/24): A 1934 batik mural created by Arthur Gordon Smith to celebrate the career of soprano and radio star Jessica Dragonette will be displayed alongside radios, drawings, and photographs of the era.

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New York, The Worth of Women (3/1 - 3/4): Based on a 1600th century text, Seven women dialoging about gender equality and the responsibility of men.

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New York, Town Hall Meditation for Leaders (2/28): This can't-miss forum for leaders will highlight the extensive personal and professional benefits—and cutting-edge scientific research—on the evidence-based Transcendental Meditation technique for red

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New York, TPS volunteers: Collaboration with Project Cicero Annual Book Drive (3/11): Project Cicero is an annual non-profit book drive designed to create and supplement classroom libraries in under-resourced New York City public schools.

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New York, Treasures from the Nationalmuseum of Sweden: The Collections of Count Tessin (2/3 - 5/14): The Nationalmuseum, Sweden’s largest and most distinguished art institution, is partnering with the Morgan to bring more than seventy-five masterpieces from its collections to New York for a rare visi

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New York, United States Trade Tasting (3/16 - 3/18): USA Trade Tasting (USATT) is an annual trade only event in New York city helping producers connect with wine, beer, spirits importers, distributors, retailers and press of USA.

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New York, UWS CERT: 10th Anniversary Celebration (3/1): Bill RitterThis celebratory event will kick off a year of community-focused activities marking the tenth anniversary of Upper West Side CERT.

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New York, Wall Street Rocks Spring Show Featuring The Bands Of Wall Street (3/15): Wall Street Rocks is going back to its roots for this show and will be featuring musicians that work on Wall Street during the day and rock out at night.

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New York, Weather or Not, That is the Question (2/2 - 5/21): Children’s Museum of the Arts is pleased to announce Weather or Not, That is the Question, an exhibition about the power, mystery, and grandeur of weather and its impact on our environment.

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New York, Winter Blues Fundraiser for Himalayan Childrens Charities (2/28): Shake off the Winter Blues with Friends of HCC! Join us on Februrary 28th from 7-10 PM at Earl's Beer & Cheese for a night of fun, drinks, and a raffle!

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New York, Winter Film Awards 6th Annual Indie Film Festival (2/23 - 3/4): Winter Film Awards INDIE FILM FESTIVAL - 88 Films - Emerging Filmmakers - 30 countries. All Genres - Free Discussion Panels - $5 Matinees - Bloody Thursday All Horror Day - Daily Screenings - Free Pa

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New York, Womens Global Mentoring Walk 2017 NYC (3/11): Join the One Girl community in celebration of Women’s History Month for the Global Mentoring Walk, Saturday, March 11th at the Hudson River Park.

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New York, Zoning to Scale: Considering Neighborhood Character (2/28): Zoning decisions affect us all. Depending on the type of zoning ordinance, a "supertall" tower can be built in a neighborhood that typically features uniform, low buildings...

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New York, AWIB Spring Open House (3/29): Join AWIB for our Spring Open House. AWIB members can bring literature/professional cards on their businesses for placement on our networking table. We will select three people (from those members wh

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Newburgh, Applebees Pancake Breakfast (3/4): We are looking for volunteers to help serve & clear tables please email GardnertownPTO@gmail.com

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Newburgh, Desmond Campus: Small Sips (3/7): In this class you’ll learn about wine from the bottom up, with just the essentials: when and where it originated, its evolution, and the ways in which we, as human beings, encounter and engage with it

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Niagara Falls, Evening Star Concert Hall Performance (3/4): I will be opening up for the band, Non-Fiction (Black Crows Tribute), at The Evening Star Concert Hall in Niagara Falls, New York.

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North Creek, 2017 SKI for MS - Gore Mountain (3/4): Everyone is connected to a person with MS. Join the Jimmie Heuga Express and show your support for the MS community!

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North Tonawanda, Are you Psychic? Learning How to be Psychic w/ Lisa Owen (3/4): This workshop will explore learning how to be psychic and how to stay clean and protected while dealing with hard issues in the world. This workshop will be presented by Lisa Owen.

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North Tonawanda, Rhythm of the Dance (3/10): Heralding a new era in Irish entertainment, featuring thirty dancers, a traditional live full Irish band, and the dashing and handsome Young Irish Tenors.

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Northport, Mantra Yoga & Japa Meditation Workshop with Erica Settino (3/4): Join us on Saturday, March 4TH from 3:00 - 5:00 PM as we explore these profound and potent practices together.

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Northport, Walters Wish By Christopher Hackert (3/2 - 3/12): The Bare Bones Theater Company presents Walters Wish, a scathingly magical comedy by Christopher Hackert.

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Oakdale, Sister Act The Musical (2/25 - 3/25): Sister Act is the feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet!

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Old Bethpage, Long Island Roller Rebels Proudly Present: Pink vs. Black (3/18): Our rookies will be playing their first game and our seasoned vets will be back for more!

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Ontario, Maple Madness 2017 (3/4 - 3/26): Shadow Hill Maple Syrup welcomes you to... MARCH MAPLE MADNESS 2017!

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Ossining, WCT presents Lots Wife A new play written by Albi Gorn (3/3 - 3/25): A warm, moving saga of a familys struggle to survive in a world full of cataclysmic changes.

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Ovid, Lets Garden Day! (3/4): Beat down those winter blahs and start getting ready for spring with a day of speakers, food and gardening information to help you prepare for the 2017 gardening season.

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Painted Post, Vendor Event (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Pookie's Little Britches. Hope to see you there!!

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Patchogue, 2nd Annual Look Up Rock On (3/12): This is a concert to benefit ADDICTION awareness and support the families who are coping with the devastating and life altering effects of this disease.

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Peekskill, Australian Bee Gees (3/3): It’s Saturday Night Fever every night with the Australian Bee Gee’s Show - A tribute to the Bee Gee’s. One of the most successful and adored acts in musical history is recreated on the stage in a 75-m

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Peekskill, Celtic Crossings, featuring Phil Coulter and Andy Cooney (3/12): Celtic Crossings promises an evening of Celtic tranquility with the great songs of Phil Coulter sung by the magnificent voice of Andy Cooney, with special guests Geraldine Branagan, and the Irish Pop

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Peekskill, Dionne Warwick (3/5): Scintillating, soothing, and sensual best describe the familiar and legendary voice of five-time Grammy Award winning music legend, Dionne Warwick, who has become a cornerstone of American pop music a

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Peekskill, Neko Case (3/9): Now more than 20 years into that calling, the two-time Grammy Nominee is the consummate career artist-fearless and versatile, with a fierce work ethic and a constant drive to search deeper within hers

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Peekskill, Piff the Magic Dragon (3/2): The stand out star of season 10 of ‘America’s Got Talent’, Piff the Magic Dragon, is returning to the Paramount stage! When it comes to Piff, think Larry David in a dragon suit (with a trademark Chihu

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Peekskill, Rhythm in the Night (3/11): Rhythm in the Night, The Irish Dance Spectacular is an epic journey derived from a tale of good versus evil with a storyline that will capture the imagination of everyone in the family and transport t

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Peekskill, Romeo and Juliet (3/18): “By any other word would smell as sweet. But, soft! What light through yonder window break? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.”-Romeo. Embroiled in a feud ignited by their own families, Romeo and

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Pelham, Chair Yoga Training Pelham (3/4): Join us in Pelham, NY for Chair Yoga Training!

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Pine Island, Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher Training (3/4): Trauma Informed Training is designed to help us understand, observe and hold space to support the well-being of anyone affected by trauma.

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Plattsburgh, Lions Laugh Fest 2017: Screech & Julie at the Strand (3/5): Dustin Diamond, known for his role in Saved By The Bell, and Julie McCullough, who appeared in the early days of Growing Pains, provide comedic insight into just what it was like being a 1980s sitcom

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Plattsburgh, Needle Felting (3/11): In this class you'll learn the basics of needle felting. You'll be on pins and needles creating a unique felted landscape!

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Plattsburgh, Petticoats of Steel (3/1 - 3/2): Celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in New York State with this powerful production.

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Plattsburgh, The 2nd Annual Discover Plattsburgh/ADK Hard Cider Irish Parade & Festival (3/11): To kick things off, Fleet Feet will host the Shamrock Shuffle 5K which begins at 10 AM on Durkee Street in Plattsburgh.

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Pleasantville, Hudson Valley Fermented - Featuring Craft Beverages of the Hudson Valley (3/11): Hudson Valley Fermented is an afternoon tasting of the finest craft beers, spirits, wines, hard ciders, beverages and artisanal foods the Hudson Valley has to offer.

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Port Chester, Tennis Party to Benefit The Sharing Shelf (3/4): Please save the date and join us Saturday, March 4th for an evening of food, fun, drinks and tennis. We will have everyone's favorite local pros feeding balls and running games.

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Port Jervis, 5th Annual Chili Cook-Off (3/4): Taste up to 20 fabulous homemade chilis (includes vegetarian options). This event has always focused on fun and flavor

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Port Washington, PRC Kids Yoga (3/3): This is a great way to wind down after a busy day, relax and get ready for bed!

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Poughkeepsie, Hoops for Hope (3/12): Hoops for Hope is a 3 on 3 charity basketball tournament with a mission to raise funds for the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation.

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Poughkeepsie, WLA: International Womens Day (3/8): Join the Women's Leadership Alliance to celebrate women and inspire change. International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate women, and to educate people about women around the world.

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Poughquag, Beekman Fire Company Auxiliary Charity Bingo Night (3/4): Come play for your chance to win over $500.00 in prizes! Come support the Beekman Fire Department and support a great organization - Ryan McElroy Children's Cancer Foundation!

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Pulaski, Enter the Haggis (3/4): Since 1995, Enter The Haggis have led the charge among Celtic Folk Rock bands, delighting fans with their memorable performances, inspired songwriting, musical proficiency and high quality recordings.

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Rhinebeck, Starting Your Home Garden (3/4): It's NOT too early to start your garden. Stephanie Wyant co-founder of Hudson Valley Kinders Farm will help you plan this years garden.

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Riverhead, LI Winterfest Brewery Tour Experience (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Hotel Indigo Long Island - East End. Hope to see you there!!

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Rochester, An Evening of Music and Art (2/28): An evening of music and art -- in between sets by Margaret Explosion, artists Jim Mott and Elizabeth Durand will speak about their exhibit on display on the walls of The Little Theatre Cafe.

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Rochester, Aztec Two-Step at Cafe Veritas (3/4): Aztec Two-Step burst upon the scene 45 years ago with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records and are still considered one of acoustic music's most beloved and enduring acts.

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Rochester, Burnal Equinox 2017: BULLIEVE (3/4): On March 4th 2017, the Western NY Burner community will be hosting a Burnal Equinox celebration, BULLIEVE.

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Rochester, Johnnys 19th Runnin of the Green (3/11): With winter winding down and spring on the horizon, that means it's time for our annual Runnin' of the Green 5 mile race, starting downtown at the Blue Cross Arena. This is our 19th annual race, and t

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Rochester, Life is a Dream (3/3 - 3/19): A play by Pedro Calederon de la Barca.

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Rochester, Maroon 5 at the Blue Cross Arena (3/5): Maroon 5 at the Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, NY on Sun, Mar 5, 2017 07:30 PM.

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Rochester, Seniors Day - Wild Flowers (3/8): Join us for Senior's Day at Painting with a Twist and paint "Wild Flowers".

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Rochester, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra with pianist Nikolai Lugansky - Eastman Presents Concert Serie (2/28): Founded in 1882, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra is the oldest orchestra in Russia.

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Rochester, Tales from Ireland (3/4): Join us on March 4th at The Century Club of Rochester. Hope to see you there!!

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Rochester, Writing Circle (3/4): This is a space for writers and aspiring writers to come together in a comfortable environment. We can share ideas, edit each others’ work, and inspire creativity.

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Rock Hill, Parade Paint & Sip Fundraiser (3/4): Calling all FUN men and women! You can help raise money for the Rock Hill St. Paddy's Day Parade by simply painting and drinking. Irish music, Guinness and Jameson will surround you.

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Romulus, 3rd Annual Bacon on the Lakein (3/18 - 3/19): You read it right… we said BACON! The wineries have paired tantalizing bacon dishes with CLWT wines for your pleasure.

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Romulus, Jazz Wine Dinner (3/18): Each course will feature a music inspired entre from songs like- I Left My Heart in San Francisco featuring sourdough bread or Cry Me a River might include a salmon dish and Georgia on My Mind will di

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Ronkonkoma, BSP Presents- Riffed & Monkeybite (3/4): 21+ $ 10. cover , great food and drink available

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Ronkonkoma, St.Marys Playtime Program Chinese Auction (3/4): Please join us for our Playtime Programme Chinese Auction Doors open at 5p.m and prizes will start to be drawn at 7p.m

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Roosevelt, I am Worthy Infusion For Girls (3/11): I AM WORTHY INFUSION for GIRLS Event is created to empower girls to fulfill their dreams, visions and be set free from any anger, disappointment, and/or hurt that holds them back from being all they c

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Rye, Best Night of the Year 2017 (3/16): Please join us for the BEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR as we celebrate March Madness and the life of Freddy the Bug. There will be lots of food, an open bar, and TVs to watch the games.

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Saint Johnsville, 2017 Maple Weekend Open House at Frasiers Sugar Shack (3/18 - 3/26): Come watch us boil at the 2017 Maple Weekend Open House at Frasier's Sugar Shack March 18 and 19, and March 25 & 26, 2017.

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Saranac Lake, Adirondack Stage Rats: The Fourth Wall (2/21 - 2/28): “The Fourth Wall” serves up wisdom, up-to-the-minute relevance, and a good measure of hilarity.

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Saratoga Springs, Country Cabin Fever Party with Country Music DJ Kevin Richards (3/11): Show us your fancy moves or let Kevin show you how.

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Saratoga Springs, Pilates For Wiawaka! (3/4): Join us for our Pilates for A Purpose class on Saturday March 4th! The class will be accepting donations for the Wiawaka Holiday House!

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Sauquoit, Highwoods Sportsmen’s Club Swap & Sell (3/12): This Saugerties gun show is held at High Woods Sportsmen's Club and hosted by Highwoods Sportsmen's Club of New York. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

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Scarsdale, Shining Copper Bayou (3/8): Join us on March 8th and paint "Shining Copper Bayou".

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Schenectady, Annual Meeting - ESPA and NYS NARP (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Key Hall at Proctors. Hope to see you there!!

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Schenectady, Chortle Kombat (2/4 - 4/1): Two master of improv face off in head-to-head competition! You decide who emerges victorious.

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Schenectady, Improv 4 Everyone! (3/15): These skills of on-stage improv can apply to the scenes we play out in real life.

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Schenectady, Schenectady Greenmarket : Enjoy live music, prepared food and the region's freshest local produce. Each Sunday vendors, shoppers, musicians and friends gather at Schenectady Greenmarket which takes place year-round.

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Schenectady, Teen Science Café: Making Waves: How El Niño & Rainfall in the Tropics Influence Weather Around the (3/6): Join Dr. Paul Roundy, Associate Professor of Atmospheric Science at UAlbany, for a science café talk on predicting weather.

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Southampton, Seal Cruise (3/11): Join the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) biologists for a seal cruise around Shinnecock Bay.

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Sparkill, The French Connection with Pianist Audrey Abela (3/1): A native of France, Audrey Abela’s solo performances include recitals in the United States, France, Spain, Finland, in venues such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Symphony Space, Steinway Hall, Sal

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Staten Island, Eltingville (Staten Island) Stop N Swap (3/12): Free community reuse event! Bring clean, portable, reusable items you no longer need and take home something new-to-you.

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Staten Island, Scenes from the Staten Island Ferry 2017 (3/4 - 3/12): Sundog Theatre's 15th annual presentation of all-new, original, one-act plays about our favorite boats.

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Swain, Live Music w/ John Wetherbee in the Shawmut (3/4): John is a local singer/songwriter from Hornell, NY. John plays everything from classic, indie, & alternative rock to homegrown originals.

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Syosset, 5th Annual Lindy Loo Classic (3/19): Come join the Lindy Loo Foundation at their fifth annual Lindy Loo Classic on Sunday March 19th in order to continue providing social opportunities to children and adults with developmental disabiliti

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Syracuse, 2017 St. Patricks Parade (3/11): Celebrate everything Irish! Syracuse hosts one of the largest St. Patrick's celebrations in country.

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Syracuse, 27th Annual Greater Syracuse Antiques Expo (3/11 - 3/12): Continuing in the tradition and format of Madison-Bouckville Management, the Greater Syracuse Antiques Expo is held at the Empire Expo Center/NY State Fairgrounds Horticulture Building in Syracuse eac

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Syracuse, Aztec Two Step (3/3): Get ready for a great night of stories, songs and very special classic duos.

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Syracuse, Aztec Two-Step at Folkus Project (3/3): Legendary folk/rock duo Aztec Two-Step will perform 'Classic Duos': their own songs plus a tribute to Simon & Garfunkel and The Everly Brothers.

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Syracuse, CNY RV & Camping Show (3/2 - 3/5): This show brings together RV Dealers, Campgrounds, RV Suppliers and other Camping and RV related Exhibitors in three huge buildings at the perfect time of year!

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Syracuse, Colorful Sunset Palms (3/8): Join us on March 8th and paint "Colorful Sunset Palms".

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Syracuse, Contractors In Focus Expo (3/2): Join us for the First Annual Contractors In Focus Expo and take your business to the next level in 2017!

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Syracuse, Jazz at The Plaza: Barry Blumenthal (3/8): CNY Jazz Central and Le Moyne Plaza announce the lineup for their 2016-17 lunch-and-listen jazz series, Jazz at the Plaza, to take place at Le Moyne Plaza, 1419 Salt Springs Rd, Syracuse.

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Syracuse, Labor Night at the Crunch (3/4): The Central New York Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, invites all Affiliates to the sixth annual "LABOR Night with THE CRUNCH”

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Syracuse, Lunchtime Lecture: Collections Spotlight (3/8): Collections Spotlight: Chats with the Curator, Join David Prince, associate director/ curator of collections at the SUArt Galleries.

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Syracuse, Plant Nite Syracuse (3/8): Enjoy awesome social, often rowdy and sometimes cocktail-fueled terrarium-making events at local bars and restaurants.

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Syracuse, Pre-Theater dining for Riverdance (2/28 - 3/2): Throughout the 2016-17 season of Famous Artists' Broadway Theater Series, SKY Armory will be featuring pre-theater dining on performance nights. Enjoy a fine dining experience inspired by each show.

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Syracuse, Riverdance - The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater (2/28 - 3/2): The international Irish dance phenomenon is back by popular demand!

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Syracuse, Rosamond Gifford Lecture Series presents CHRIS BOHJALIAN (3/14): Chris Bohjalian is the author of eighteen books, many of which have been New York Times Best Sellers.

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Syracuse, Snow Leopard Days Half-Price Admission (2/28): The Curious Cub Gift Shop and swing by the Jungle Café for a tasty treat or hot cocoa. The zoo is the perfect wintertime getaway for families and children, even in the coldest weather.

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Syracuse, Symphoria - Wind & String Quartet (3/2): Join members of Symphoria’s wind quintet and string quartet as they perform a variety of classical music in chamber music settings.

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Syracuse, Symphoria Casual Series III: Selections From Amadeus : The Music of Mozart (3/12): This concert features music from the Amadeus soundtrack, including grief stricken piano concerto No. 20, turbulent Symphony No. 25 and the famous Queen of the Night Aria.

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Syracuse, Symphoria Pops Series IV: Cherish The Ladies (3/4): It has been said that every time Cherish The Ladies perform, they set the world on fire! Their contagious energy will have you laughing, singing and dancing as they perform all of your Emerald Isle fa

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Syracuse, Syracuse City Ballet Presents Snow White (3/10 - 3/12): There's only one way to find out who is the "fairest of them all."

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Syracuse, SYRACUSE CRUNCH HOCKEY vs. BINGHAMTON SENATORS (3/4): Professional hockey at its finest! Enjoy great family entertainment with the Syracuse Crunch Hockey team.

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Syracuse, SYRACUSE CRUNCH HOCKEY vs. HERSHEY BEARS (3/3): Professional hockey at its finest! Enjoy great family entertainment with the Syracuse Crunch Hockey team.

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Syracuse, The 12th Annual Tipperary Hill Shamrock Run (3/4): The tenth annual Tipperary Hill Shamrock Run drew almost 3,900 runners and many more spectators to its four-mile course through historic Tipp Hill. 2017 should be even bigger

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Syracuse, The Edge of Dawn Tour (3/10): Andrew Peterson and Audrey Assad will be performing live in Syracuse for the Edge of Dawn tour!

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Syracuse, The Slambovian Circus of Dreams (3/17): Called everything from ‘hillbilly-Pink Floyd’ to ‘surreal Americana’, they are a riveting, mesmerizing, crazy and amazing machine of music.

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Syracuse, WWE LIVE Road to Wrestlemania (3/17): WWE is returning to The Oncenter War Memorial Arena with WWE LIVE Road to Wrestlemania!

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Troy, The 3rd Annual Kilt Festival (3/18): Join us for our 3rd Annual Kilt Festival including the always popular Kilt Race 5k and the Bar Crawl in downtown Troy on March 18th, 2017!

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Trumansburg, 2017 New York MAPLE WEEKEND (3/18 - 3/19): Join us for tours of the farm and sugarshack, taste sap and syrup, and take home our special maple flight! We will post vendors, musicians, and other activities for the whole family HERE as they are c

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Utica, 2017 Americas Greatest Heart Run & Walk (3/4): The 2017 America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk is scheduled for March 4, 2017 at Utica College.

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Utica, Irish Tea Fundraiser (3/11): Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the Oneida County History Center! Join us for our 2nd annual Irish Tea featuring hot beverages, finger foods, desserts, entertainment, door prizes, and more.

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Utica, The Oneida County Public Market (3/11 - 3/25): A hub for the sale of fresh and unique products and a festival-like atmosphere of entertainment, art and family, the Oneida County Public Market is a celebration of community, agriculture and commerce

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Valley Stream, Girls to Pearls Masquerade Affair (3/4): Enjoi Lux 4th Annual Girls to Pearls will bring together aspiring professionals from an array of industries for a phenomenal fundraising event.

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Victor, Maple Camp 2017 (3/4 - 3/5): Adopt a maple tree for free. Your child(ren) will go to the woods and tap an actual maple tree.

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Victor, NYS Maple Weekend (3/18 - 3/26): 2017 will be the second year that Kettle Ridge Farm participates in NYS Maple Weekend. Stop by during Maple Weekend for tastings of maple syrup, pancake samples and a tour of the sugarhouse and farm.

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Victor, Tails of Hope Telethon (3/4): Help us give hope. Your donation saves the lives of homeless and abused pets in our community!

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Wading River, Restorative Yoga Retreat (3/4): When was the last time you truly relaxed and allowed your body and mind to take a break from the constant physical and mental stress in your daily life?

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Wappingers Falls, Village of Wappingers St Patricks Parade! (3/4): So more details are still coming but...to give everyone a heads up, we are inviting everyone to join us as we march/dance in the Village of Wappingers St Patrick's Parade!

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Warsaw, 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Kick-Off with Mr. Scribbles! (3/4): Come learn more with Mr. Scribbles and Miss Mary on March 4th. Can't attend? That's OK! Stop in the library to learn more!

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Warsaw, Ariels Wood-Sign Painting Party (3/4): Come paint, eat, drink, laugh, and have fun!! Make your own Wood-Sign--Only $30 per person includes all supplies!

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Waterford, Community Art Show - Meet Your Local Artists! (3/4): Come out and see the talent that lives right here in the Capital District :-)

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Waterloo, Painting Party with Jill Marie (3/16): Tickets for the Painting Party with Jill Marie are $35.00 each, which includes painting supplies, canvas, easels, brushes, and hangers for canvas.

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Watertown, Spouse Connect Day (3/4): Are you new to the area and are you having trouble finding friends? Have no fear! We are holding a spouse connection day!

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