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Silver Fox Senior Social Club Open House

8/20   5:30 to 8 PM

Live entertainment, food, beverages & raffles. 22 E Genesee St, Baldwinsville, Call 635-5335 or email

Movie Afternoon for Adults

8/21  1:30 PM

Free to attend. Marcellus Free Library, 32 Maple St. 673-3221.

Hair Cutting & Bake Sale Fundraiser

8/21  3 to 8 PM

State Street United Methodist Church will be hosting a hair cutting and bake sale event on Thursday August 21 from 3-8pm. A licensed hair dresser will be offering simple, basic hair cuts for $5.00. The proceeds from this event will be going to the church roof benefit fund. The church is located at 357 State Street Fulton. Please use the parking lot entrance.

It’s a Bat’s Life/Green Lakes Park

8/22  7 PM

Learn about these flying mammals. Meet at 7 PM in the community room for an indoor presentation. This is included in park admission. 7900 Green Lakes Rd, Fayetteville.

Cabaret Night with Nick Ziobro, Mary Sugar & Friends

8/23  6:30 PM

Appetizer & dessert buffet included, BYO wine and beer. $18 at the door, $15 in advance. Robinson Memorial Presbyterian Church, 126 South terry Rd, Westvale. 468-2509,

Free Self-Defense Seminar

8/5, 8/12/ 8/19, 8/26  7:45 to 8:30 PM

Every Tuesday night throughout the month of August they will be conducting self-defense seminars designed to provide the tools needed to protect you and your family from potential threats. Call 622-5425 for more information. Presented by Impact Martial arts, Great Northern Mall, 8075 Oswego Rd

Summer Movie Express/Regal Cinemas

7/1 through 8/27 Tuesdays & Wednesdays Only

Family fun movies playing on Tuesdays & Wednesdays for the summertime!
Admission to these movies during the Summer Movie Express is only $1. Tickets must be purchased at the theater and all movies start at 10:00 am. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Will Rogers Institute. The Summer Movie Express is playing at Regal Destiny USA, Great Northern Mall, & Shoppingtown Mall, starting July 1st. 2014 Movie Schedule Includes:Week 1: Hotel Transylvania, The Smurfs 2.Week 2:
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2,The Pirates: Band of Misfits. Week 3: Arthur Christmas, Despicable Me 2. Week 4: the Lego Movie, Free Birds. Week 5: The Adventures of Tintin, Rise of the Guardians. Week 6: Kung Fu Panda 2, Madagascar 3. Week 7: The Croods, Epic
Week 8: Turbo, Walking with Dinosaurs. Week 9: Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Rio 2

Benefit for Tom Park

 9/13  12 to 7 PM

 ”HelpHopeLive”, A Breath of Rock n Roll event to benefit the NY Lung Transplant Fund. Chicken BBQ,Raffles & Live music by “Tuff Luck”. $20 in advance, $25 at the door. To purchase tickets contact Kiersten Park at 415-0724. Price of ticket includes the chicken BBQ.

Tom Park began experiencing difficulty breathing in April 2008. His son noticed he was having shortness of breath while they were working on a project together. After a misdiagnosis of pneumonia, many x-rays, tests, and medications, Tom was sent to a pulmonologist. It was then he was told that he was suffering from the lung disease known as pulmonary fibrosis. In December 2011, Tom’s doctor decided it was time to consider a lung biopsy, as there appeared to be some decline in his pulmonary function tests. The lung biopsy was performed in January 2012, and confirmed that Tom is, in fact, suffering from a form of pulmonary fibrosis known as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. The only known cure is a lung transplant. Late 2012, the Park family began contacting the Cleveland Clinic, the academic, non-profit medical center. The clinic has been guiding the family through the myriad of decisions that need to be made to choose the best course of action. There will be a great deal of testing to be done. These will include fees above and beyond what the insurance company will cover. In addition, Tom will need to be on anti-rejection medication for the rest of his life following the transplant. To help offset these astronomical uninsured expenses associated with transplantation, the Park family has established a fundraising campaign in Tom’s honor with HelpHOPELive, a nonprofit organization that has been assisting the transplant community for 30 years. The Parks are holding a benefit on September 13, 2014 and are looking for donations for this event. All donations are tax deductible, are held by HelpHOPELive in the New York Lung Transplant Fund, and are administered by HelpHOPELive for transplant-related expenses only. If you wish to make a donation: Make checks payable to: HelpHOPELive Note in memo section: In honor of Tom Park Please send to: HelpHOPELive 2 Radnor Corporate Center 100 Matsonford Road, Suite 100 Radnor, PA 19087 For credit card contributions, please call (800) 642-8399 or visit helphopelive.

Benefit in Loving Memory of Andrew E. Jacobs

9/13  2 to 10 PM

On June 28th of this year Andrew (AJ) was taken away far too soon and left behind his 4 year old son Ayden. This benefit will help with the financial burden of purchasing a headstone and burial plot and to help with a college fund for Ayden. There will be music, raffles, food and beverages. $10 presale and $12 at the door. The event is being held at The Locker Room, 528 Hiawatha Blvd E, Syracuse. Tickets are available at Ancient Arteffex Tattoo Studio at 2322 Court St, Syracuse. go to Call Ron Powers at 243-3937 or Danielle at 383-1335 (Planner) for more information.

New Haven Farmers Market

6/16  3 to 6 PM (and every Monday though September 15)

Free to attend. 4279 State Route 104. 963-3900 for more details.

Volney Farmers Market

6/10  3 to 6 PM  (Every Tuesday through September 16th)

Free to attend. Fresh produce, crafts, local authors, hand made soaps. Volney Town Hall, State Route 3. 963-0944 for more information.

Margaret Bourke White: Moments in History 1930-1945

8/19 through 10/19  Closed Mondays

The Syracuse University Art Galleries is pleased to present “Margaret Bourke-White: Moments in History 1930-1945,” an exhibition of over 180 vintage photographs taken in the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Germany, England and Italy in the 1930s and 40s. The exhibition will also feature original Life and Fortune magazines, in addition to correspondence related to Bourke-White’s photography and projects. This is the first of a series of exhibitions that Syracuse University Art Galleries will be presenting in the 2014-2015 academic year celebrating women in the arts. A complement to the exhibition, “context: reading the photography of margaret bourke-white,” will be presented at the Special Collections Research Center, also opening August 19th. This exhibition was curated by Oliva María Rubio of La Fábrica, Spain, and is a co-production by the Hague Museum of Photography, La Fábrica (Spain), Martin-Gropius-Bau (Germany), Preus-Museum (Norway), and Syracuse University Libraries (United States). The Syracuse University Art Galleries is the closing venue for this monumental exhibition that has toured throughout Europe for the past two years. The exhibition will run August 19 – October 19, 2014, in the Shaffer Art Building at Syracuse University. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; and Thursdays 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. The SUArt Galleries will host a free opening night reception from 5:00 – 7:00pm on Thursday, Sept. 4. Patrons are welcome to view the exhibition until the gallery closes at 8:00 pm. The reception is open to the public. Free to attend

Sampling Syracuse Food Tours

6/28 through 11/8

Walking Food Tours of Downtown Syracuse! Sampling Syracuse Food Tours will provide you with a delicious and unique way to discover Downtown Syracuse. Our 3 hour walking tour which begins at 12 Noon ($39.00 per person) includes stops at award winning restaurants where participants will sample local fare as well as visit and learn about cultural and historic landmarks. Come join us! Check out for more information and tickets.

St.Francis of Assisi Bingo

8/14 (and every Thursday through 12/18)

Program has 14 games paying $100 or more with total payouts averaging over $2300.00 per session. Our progressive bonus ball game is currently offering a prize over $1000.00. Refreshments of hot beverages and water are available at 5:00 pm with the kitchen offering assorted grilled food, sodas, sundaes, nachos, candies, donuts chips etc. at 6:15 at prices that will bring back the 1980′s. Plenty of off street parking available. 7820 State Route 298, Bridgeport