The Lake Country Weekender

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June 2015
THE LAKE COUNTRY
A Monthly Arts, Events, and Tourism Guide to the
Little Finger Lakes Region of Western New York State
Inside:
ArtCents Penny Social
Bristol Fun Day
Mount Morris Glory Day
Honeoye’s Turtle Rock Hollow
Canadice Strawberry Festival
...& more!
Boaters on Hemlock Lake
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Diamonds Salon
A full-service family salon
10% off first-time visit!
18 Main St., Suite A, Bloomfield
(585) 257-5015
A Preferred Realtor® of choice
providing services in the
Finger Lakes Region...
Cher yl Pecoraro
Lic. Assoc. RE Broker, REALTOR
364 North Main Street,
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Office: 585.396.5238
Cell: 585.747.8068
Fax: 585.398.2091
www.nothnagle.com
Father’s Day Brunch & Dinner Specials
—
Sunday, June 21, 8 am–’til • Reservations Suggested
—
Limited Dates Available for Catering in 2015
Book Your Event Now!
Restaurant Hours:
Dinner, 4:00–9:00 pm, Wednesday & Thursday
Lunch & Dinner, 10:30 am–9:00 pm, Friday–Sunday
Serving Breakfast 8:00 am–2:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday
4505 Route 64 • Just 4 miles north of Bristol Mountain!
(585) 239-2233 • CafeSolRoute64 • Join us on Facebook!
HEMLOCK
HIDE-A-WAY &
LIVONIA CENTER
It’s still
the collision
shop of
your choice!
For All Your Body,
Paint & Collision
Repairs...
4750 East Ave., Hemlock
4379 Rt. 15A, Hemlock
6749 Rt. 20A, Livonia Center
SCOTTIE’S
DETAIL
Variety of sizes to accommodate
every need, including space for
vehicles, boats & RVs.
Clean, Dry, Secure, 24-Hour Access
AUTO BODY
Div. of Upland Enterprises, Inc.
226-6120
585-346-2023
2606 Lakeville Rd., Avon
Just 1/4 Mile North of I-390
Exit 9 Park & Ride
FREE YOGA WEEKEND!
June 5,6,7 Only!
Join us in our celebration!
Free healthy buffet and beverages.
Come to as many classes as you like!
Classes for beginners and seasoned yogis!
(Register at GroundedByYoga.com or call 855-99-LOTUS)
Grounded By Yoga Studios &
Yoga Teacher Training Center, LLC
1 Wellness Way, Bloomfield
(corner of E Main and Route 444)
THE LAKE COUNTRY
Diane Olson, Editor & Publisher
P.O. Box 73, Springwater, NY 14560
585-669-4114 • [email protected]
www.lakecountryweekender.com
The Lake Country Weekender is distributed
throughout the Little Finger Lakes region,
and is available FREE at over 100 merchants
and businesses in these communities: Avon,
Bloomfield, Bristol Center, Cheshire, Conesus,
Dansville, East Avon, Geneseo, Hemlock,
Honeoye, Lakeville, Leicester, Lima, Livonia,
Mount Morris, Naples, South Bristol,
Springwater, Wayland, & West Bloomfield.
Publication deadline for ads, press releases,
or event or group postings is the 15th of
each month for the following month’s issue.
The Lake Country Weekender is also available
by subscription: send check or money order
for $24 to receive 12 issues per year.
A Monthly Arts, Events, & Tourism
Guide to the Little Finger Lakes
Region of Western New York State
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Annuals, Perennials & Hanging Baskets from Our Greenhouses
Freshly Baked Breads, Pies, Cookies & Donuts
NYS Maple Syrup, Honey & Sharp Cheddar Cheese
Enjoy Our Jams, Jellies, Mustards & Other Gourmet Items!
Hunt Country & Heron Hill Wines from the Wayside Wine & Gift Shop
Large Display of Patio Furniture
201 Main St., Naples NY 14512
Open 8 am – 7 pm • Phone: (585) 374-2380
email: [email protected] • Website: josephswaysidemarket.com
ArtCents— not your
typical penny social
Dansville ArtWorks is hosting ArtCents—a penny
social and live auction—at the Dansville Community Center on 43 West Avenue in Dansville on
Monday, June 1. Doors will open at 6 p.m. There
will be a door prize, and admission is free.
From 6 to 7 p.m. attendees may participate in the
penny social which includes new and gently used
items of arts and crafts (such as scrapbooking
materials or art supplies), music-related items,
and gift certificates donated by members of the
community. There will be a dessert buffet and live performances by local students
and community members.
The live auction, with auctioneer Kyle Tracy, begins at 7 p.m. and includes tickets to
the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, tickets to Bristol Valley Theater, a guitar from
The Music Store, seats in a Zest4Art painting class, and a chance to co-host the My
93.9 morning show, among others. Penny social drawings will also take place during
that time.
Gardening time
is here!
Try Alpaca
Garden
Nutrients
Superior
Natural
Fertilizer!
Voted 2015
Winner —
Rochester
ROCS Best
Local Movie
Theater!
Show Times
Nightly @ 7 pm
Matinees Wednesdays @ 1 pm
Saturdays & Sundays @ 3 pm
(Check for added movies or events)
Prices
Matinees, $6
Veterans/College Students (with I.D.), $7
Kids up to 18, $7 • Kids 62 & over, $7
Adults, $8 • Cash Only
Movie Money/Passes Available at the
Star and at AJ’s Mercantile & Crafts
Hemlock Hills
Alpaca Farm
4151 Clay Street, Hemlock
Call to Confirm Availability
(585) 339-8642
Like us on Facebook :)
STAR THEATRE
144 Main Street, Dansville
585-335-6950
StarTheatreDansville.com
After a successful experience utilizing a temporary gallery space in December, Dansville ArtWorks has determined the need for a permanent location on Main Street in
Dansville. Proceeds from the ArtCents event will fund that space which will include a
gallery, gift shop, and workshop area.
The purpose of Dansville ArtWorks is to cultivate and enhance the visual, literary and
performing arts opportunities in the greater Dansville community. Dansville ArtWorks
hopes to make ArtCents an annual event.
—Submitted by Dansville ArtWorks, www.dansvilleartworks.com
Monica’s Pies
7599 Route 21
Naples, NY 14512
Open 9–5 Every Day
585-374-2139
www.monicaspies.com
Full Service Florist
Unique fresh arrangements, hanging baskets,
and patio gardens are
now available.
5901 Big Tree Rd., Lakeville
585-346-6430
www.robbinsnestfloral.com
16th Annual SPRINGWATERGALA
“Keep the Ball Rolling”
Larry J. Canute Memorial Park
SUNDAY, JUNE 7
Free Admission & Parking
• Live Music • Tractor Pull
• Classic Car Show
• Craft & Food Vendors
• All-Day Kids’ Activities
• Chicken BBQ... and more!
“Need to find that perfect gift?”
Be it a wedding gift, an anniversary, birthday,
shower, or ‘just because’ gift, we have so much to
choose from that you can count on us to deliver.
A handcrafted gift, not found on the registry, beautifully wrapped and ready to WOW that lucky person.
Hours: Open Daily Year ’Round
Summer/Fall Hours:
Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
118 North Main Street, P.O. Box 25,
Naples, NY 14512 • 585-374-6740
www.artizanns.com
Handicap Friendly • Gift Certificates
Free Gift Wrapping • Shipping Available
SCHEDULED EVENTS
7–10:30 am
8–9 am
9 am–3 pm
9 am
10 am–4 pm
11 am–gone
Noon–4 pm
1:30–3 pm
All Day
Pancake Breakfast
Church Service
Classic Car Show
Antique Tractor Pull
Kiddie Carnival
Chicken BBQ
Livingston County
Sheriff’s Demonstration
Trailer, Child Safety
Seat Inspection
Kiddie Tractor Pull
Live Music
Springwater-Webster Crossing Historical
Society Museum open to all
Arts & crafts vendors on grounds
No coolers or containers allowed in park
No dogs or bicycles allowed in park
More information on www.townofspringwaterny.org
Haute Hair &
Nail Design
8732 Main Street, Honeoye
Above Cornerstone Market
HAIR, NAILS, & SKIN CARE
www.hautehairdesign.com • Convenient online booking and full service menu
Spring Rejuvenation Special!
Luxurious Anti-Stress Facial,
Signature Pedicure and Shellac Gel Manicure—$99
Complimentary beverages while you are pampered.
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Join the fun on Bristol Fun Day
The 19th Annual Bristol Fun Day Celebration will be held on Sunday, June 14, at
Levi Courser Park in Bristol Center. The day begins at 10 a.m. with artists, crafters,
and outreach programs. Big Mike and the Motivators will be rockin’ out with us this
year, and we are sure you will enjoy their brand of music.
Besides the Bristol Fire Department’s chicken barbeque and homemade pies from
Harmony Circle, we will be joined by Cafe Sol and Java Mama this year. There will
be face painting, water bottle rockets, and more for the kids. Last year we had over
30 vendors of all kinds, and it looks like we will be surpassing that number this year.
We are sure you will be able to find something you can’t live without from one of our
local artisians.
The 11th Annual Vintage Car & Tractor Show is also held on the same day in the
park. Registration is free and starts at 11 am. Everyone registering gets a button.
We welcome cars, truck, motorcycles, and tractors, so if you want to show off a little,
come join us for a day of family fun.
Each year the money we raise from silent auctions and raffles goes to support our
local Bristol Library. Please stop in the band pavillion and take a chance on one of
over 40 raffles or silent auction items.
—Submitted by Luann Dolan
SAMMY’S
PLACE
RESTAURANT
8148 Main Street, Springwater
All You Can Eat
THURSDAY PASTA NIGHT
Harvest Gathering
Blessing Shoppe
a ministry of Little Lakes Church
We accept like new or gently used items.
Come and be blessed and bless others.
TOGETHER WE CAN DO MORE!
Open Mondays and Wednesdays 3–7 pm
Corner of Routes 20 and 37, under K&D Valley Inn
Honeoye • 585- 880-7705
SATURDAY RIB NIGHT
PIZZA & CHICKEN WINGS
$20 • Friday-Saturday-Sunday
NEW SUMMER HOURS:
Sunday & Thursday, 7 am–8 pm
Monday–Wednesday, 7 am–3 pm
Friday & Saturday, 7 am–9 pm
June Special!
Earth-Friendly
Landscaping Products
15% OFF
through June 30!
GREAT FOR:
HOMEOWNERS
PARKS & REC
ATHLETIC FIELDS
GARDENERS
GREENHOUSES
SCHOOLS
GOLF COURSES
FARMERS
PLAYGROUNDS
NURSERIES
...and I
made it!
No risk to children or pets.
Our vermiculture products
are sold in bulk or retail.
Hi-Zor Farms
www.RestoringtheEarth.com
(585) 526-5427
Seneca Castle, NY 14547
669-9958
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See ad sizes and rates on page 8.
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Glory Day set for June 13
in Mount Morris
CHAINSAW CARVINGS
Saturday,
June 27
18th Annual Poker Run
by James Link
Partners for Progress is pleased to announce that they will hosting their annual
Glory Day in Mount Morris on Saturday,
June 13. Glory Day is a celebration of
Flag Day. Francis Bellamy, the man who
penned The Pledge of Allegiance, was from
Mount Morris.
This festival will feature full-day Main
Street family fun with vendors, activities,
parade, performances, and fireworks.
It is an event for people of all ages with
attractions including a petting zoo, Civil
War reenactors set up at Mills Mansion,
a Lego build-off at the Mount Morris Library, macaroni and cheese truck, and
much more.
The day officially begins at 11:00 a.m. following a run/walk for the Mt. Morris Central School students down Main Street. The evening festivities will be in Bellamy
Park. The Francis Bellamy Memorial Parade will take place at 6:00 p.m. and a fireworks show will close out in the night in Bellamy Park at 9:30 p.m.
This year Glory Day also celebrates Mount Morris being named “The Most Patriotic
Town in New York.” To uphold this spirit during Glory Day, Partners for Progress
hopes to assemble a large gathering of people to quote The Pledge of Allegiance.
Main Street businesses are being asked to help maintain the patriotic spirit by decorating their business front with patriotic bunting and flags.
Come, see our new expansion!
Handcrafted Items by 35 Local Artisans &
Antiques from 12 Local Antique Dealers
CARVINGS & MORE
Kathryn Link, Owner
79 Main Street, Mount Morris
Open 7 Days a Week • 585-658-3775
www.carvingsandmoreantiques.com
The deadline for everything in the
July edition is Monday, June 15.
E-mail [email protected]
TOP 10 REASONS
you should choose
Curtis Auto & Detailing
1. AAA-approved auto repair facility.
2. Complimentary Subaru LOANER CARS.
3. Customer service satisfaction—we care about our
clients and their vehicles, and we keep you up to date
with email reminders and postcards. Convenient website and online booking at www.toddcurtisauto.com.
4. Properly trained, highly motivated staff.
5. CLEAN comfortable waiting area with complimentary
coffee, water, and snacks.
6. Pick up and drop off service available with convenient payment options.
Honeoye-Hemlock American
Legion Post 1278
4391 County Road 36 , Honeoye
Swing into Summer!
Time to get started
on all those
outdoor projects!
Glory Day is a fun family event and will take place all day. For more information,
visit: mtmorrisny.com or Mount Morris Partners for Progress on Facebook.
—Submitted by Partners for Progress, working to promote and enhance the economic
and cultural success of the Mount Morris community through a partnership of community members and business owners.
$15 per driver and $10 per passenger.
All proceeds go to the Canandaigua
VA Hospital. All vehicles are welcome.
Route is as follows: Honeoye to Chili
to LeRoy to Sonyea to Livonia and
back to Honeoye for food and refreshments. For more information, call the
Post at 585-229-5969.
We’ve got everything you need
to beautify your home,
lawn & gardens!
Lawn Bags • Rakes
Garden Tools
Lawn Care Products
Wheelbarrows • Paint • Stains
Brushes • Pails
Hardware
Building Materials
Lumber
Plus... We Build Pole Barns,
Decks, Houses & Garages!
WARD’S LUMBER &
BUILDING SYSTEMS
4806 Honeoye Business Park
Honeoye • 585-229-2333
Now Open Sundays, 9–12
7. Dealership quality customer service and repairs without breaking the bank.
8. Are you looking for a new car? We will gladly find you
exactly what you’re looking for and stand behind our
sales and workmanship.
NOW OPEN!
9. TRUSTWORTHY, reliable, honest, and affordable automotive repair and detailing.
10. Every job is priced by a sophisticated, consistent software program which allows authentic billing.
Formerly Poor Richard’s...
Now Totally
Renovated!
Top Quality
Diner Food!
Curtis Auto and
Detailing LLC
4820 County Road 37, Livonia, NY 14487
585-229-0401 • www.toddcurtisauto.com
Dealership Quality Customer Service and
Repairs Without Breaking The Bank!
Breakfast & Lunch 7 Days a Week • Dinner on Fridays & Saturdays
585-374-6001 • 7250 Route 21, Woodville
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Get Your Photo on the Cover of
THE LAKE COUNTRY
Plan your perfect getaway at THE LODGES
AT SPRINGWATER & CANADICE LAKE!
Gather with family and friends in luxury and style!
The Lodge at Springwater: This 4,500-square-foot beautifullycrafted log estate has been designed and decorated with discriminating taste. Its 6 bedrooms, 10 beds and 4 full baths accommodate
up to 20 people comfortably. Nestled on 12 acres of peaceful woodlands in Springwater, this is a perfect, cherished getaway.
The Lodge on Canadice Lake: This luxury 4000-square-foot log
retreat sits on 7 acres of spectacular wooded privacy with barns and
hiking trails. Its 5 bedrooms, 9 beds and 4 full baths accommodate
16–18 people comfortably.
Celebrate your special event—
The lodges are the ideal venue for holiday gatherings, wedding receptions, family reunions, and anniversary or birthday gatherings.
Calling all photographers—
amateur or professional!
If you have some great scenic photos
of the Little Finger Lakes area, here’s
your chance show them off on the
cover of The Lake Country Weekender!
To have your favorite photo or photos
considered for future publication, simply
e-mail them to: [email protected]
Be sure to include in your e-mail: your name,
address, phone number, and the month and
place in which the photo was taken.
Photos chosen for publication will appear on
the front cover of a future edition along with
photographer credits. Participants whose
photos are chosen will be notified.
Enjoy the wonderful activities in our area—
including the Springwater hiking group, festivals, art fairs, wine trails,
boating, fishing, or just enjoying the spectacular views.
Let us help you plan your getaway today—call 585-465-5030, tollfree 877-273-8622, or email [email protected] Now
accepting Summer 2016 reservations. For more information, visit
our website at: www.websterluxuryliving.com.
CANADICE LAKE
O UTFITTERS
Bush’s
Chimney
Service
“For the safety of your home & family”
RESIDENTIAL SPECIALIST
Chimney Cleaning • Inspections • Relining
Canoe and Kayak
Rentals on
Canadice &
Hemlock Lakes
Wood & Gas Stove Sales, Installation & Service
Masonry Repairs • Tuckpointing • Animal Removal
RULES:
1. Photo must be a scenic photo taken in the Little Finger Lakes region, within a
15-mile radius of one of these lakes: Conesus, Hemlock, Canadice or Honeoye.
2. Photo must be digital, vertical, and high in resolution (300 d.p.i. or higher).
3. The person submitting the photo must be the photographer who took the photo,
and must be willing to sign a photo release form.
Custom Stainless Steel Chimney Caps & Crowns
585-374-9096
Fully Insured
FAX: 585-374-6724
Bob Bush, Owner • 7095 S. Old West Lake Rd.
Honeoye, NY 14471 • [email protected]
Call ahead for
reservations
585-669-9512.
we transport all the
gear to the lake!
canadicelakeoutfitters.com
Chrisman Climate Control
STORAGE
Located behind the Chrisman Agency at
8689 Main Street, Honeoye
CLIMATE CONTROLLED
STORAGE UNITS
with heat and air conditioning to
keep your valuable belongings
in a constant environment that
resists dust, pests, humidity,
and other threats.
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and our dedication to servicing you, you will not find a better
agency. We sell all types of personal and commercial Insurance,
as well as employee benefits, and other financial services.
We have 11 small units from 7'x10' to 10'x10' and
2 large units (big enough for a vehicle or small
boat) at 12'x23'. Discount for six-month term.
229-2288
For more information, call
229-2288
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See our new building at
8689 Main Street, Honeoye
Relax in nature at Honeoye’s new retreat, Turtle Rock Hollow
Open for the first time this summer, Turtle Rock Hollow, a nature retreat located at
the south end of Honeoye Lake, invites visitors to unplug and explore its natural surroundings. The retreat is nestled on the hillside overlooking the Honeoye Lake valley.
This year Turtle Rock Hollow offers two cozy rustic Adirondack-style microcabins
and a large teepee. Each has its own cooking grill, and all share a community campfire ring.
In the lodge is a kitchen area with a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker and a variety of houseware items for guests to use. The lodge also includes a restroom and
showers, a variety of yard games and board games, a reading library, and tables and
chairs for up to 24 guests.
The retreat’s 43-acre property provides hiking trails into a wetland and hillside areas.
Some favorite activities include: riding bikes around the lake, natural photography,
viewing the starry night skies, and hiking to the waterfall. You can launch your kayak
or canoe next door at the FLCC Mueller field station. If a hammock and a good book
is more your speed, that works, too.
“Eagle’s Perch” microcabin
So gather up your family and friends for a retreat this summer at Turtle Rock Hollow
Lodge, located at 6338 County Road 36, Honeoye. To book a reservation, call 585-4123319. See more information on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/turtlerockhollow.
Interior of “Fox Den” cabin
About the owner
Cathy Crane was raised in Canadice and returned here as an adult. Her love for the
valley called her back. Wanting to share the area with folks who don’t get to experience the natural wonders that this area offers was her inspiration behind Turtle
Rock Hollow.
Turtle Rock Hollow has been three years in the making. Cathy has built each of the
cabins and the lodge. She collected the stones for the stone patio from the creek beds,
stained the buildings, and assisted in laying the electrical conduit. Re-purposing
building materials and using the areas natural resources is a passion that has guided
her way. It has been a long road traveled with baby steps.
Cathy also has some plans for the future development of Turtle Rock Hollow. The
Boy Scout group in Honeoye will be installing some wildlife watch-boxes, grooming
the nature trail along the lake inlet, installing a small floating deck, and helping
with general brush cleanup. Their involvement at Turtle Rock Hollow is expected
to be ongoing. She also hopes to get the Girl Scouts involved doing plantings.
Waterfall at Turtle Rock Hollow
The teepee ”Hiawatha”
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HONEOYE PUBLIC LIBRARY
8708 Main Street, Honeoye, NY 14471 • 585-229-5020
Monday, June 8, 10:00 am–Noon
Do you quilt, knit, crochet, hook, etc.? Do
you have any unfinished projects that you
need help with? Do you just want some
company? Join us on the second Monday
Join Us!!!*
of each month for an informal gathering
and hopefully we can inspire one another!
Wednesday, June 24, 5:30 pm
Book Talk Group*
Life on the Refrigerator Door by Alice
Kuipers is a glimpse into the lives of
mothers and daughters everywhere.
Claire (15 years old) and her mother
rarely find themselves in the same room
at the same time, and it often seems that
the only thing they can count on are notes
to each other left on the refrigerator door.
Join us for a lively discussion.
Sign-up begins Saturday, June 27
Summer Reading*
Kids get ready! “EVERY HERO HAS A STORY”
is the theme for the summer of 2015. Join us on
Saturday, June 27, at 11:00 am in our meeting
room. Rick Merritt will be there with his “Traveling
Campfire” and a storytelling program entitled “Unlikely Heroes.” This 60-minute program is full of
stories, songs, and poems about heroes and their
stories and is full of opportunities for the audience
to participate and have fun! Sign up to read with
us and PARTY on August 15. We will be signing
readers up all week so come when you can. Be a
part of our Super Hero Reading Challenge.
Begin on Friday, July 3
Performances at Honeoye Lake
Gap Mangione will be at the gazebo with his big
band from 7 pm until 9 pm, so mark your calendars and we will see you there!
*Call the library at 585-229-5020 to register for these events!
Mill Creek Café
Ice Cream & Sandwich Shoppe
located just north of beautiful Honeoye Lake!
Mill
Creek
CAFE
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Check out our Daily Specials!
Homemade Soups
Freshly Baked Bread
Signature Burgers
Wraps • Fresh Salads
We use fresh, seasonal,
locally-produced foods,
local beef, and local
farm-fresh eggs!
Now Serving Craft Beers
& Finger Lakes Wines!
“An Unexpected Twist on the Ordinary”
8705 Main St., Honeoye • 585-229-2620
Website: www.millcreekcafe.com
Hours: CAFE: Tues–Fri 11 am–9 pm, Sat 7 am–9 pm, Sun 7 am–Noon,
Closed Mondays • ICE CREAM SHOPPE: 11 am–9 pm Daily
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Dave’s Towing, Repair and Bait
Discounts for
all grads!
EAST END
STORAGE
4889 East Lake Rd.
Honeoye
10' x15' Units
$75/Month
Available Now!
585-229-2070
4869 East Lake Rd., Honeoye
24-Hour Service • Wreckmaster-Certified • Enclosed Trailer Motorcycle Towing
AAA Garage #737 • 40 Years Experience • State-of-the-Art Diagnostics &
Home of the Full-Service Oil Change that includes Tire Rotation and More!
Live Bait Tank Minnows, Crabs, Crawlers, Leeches, Shiners, Fatheads, Suckers, Wax Worms,
Spikes, and Mousies in Season. Call for Availability or Special Orders by Thursday am!
Like us on Facebook @ Dave’s Towing, Repair and Bait!
All Western Evergreen
Nursery & Christmas
Tree Farm
Pines for Christmas trees need
to be sheared starting in June.
6840 Liberty Pole Road, Springwater, NY
585-669-2659 or 585-737-5205
www.allwesterntrees.com
Rick’s
T-GRAY
SEPTIC SERVICE
Automotive
& SEPTIC TANK PUMPING
Complete Auto Repair
Foreign & Domestic
Computer Diagnostics
N.Y.S. Inspections
Engine • Transmission
Brakes • Suspension
Air Conditioning Service
Alignment • Exhaust
Cooper Tires
Spring cleaning?
Don’t forget your septic!
Ask about riser installation–
NO MORE DIGGING!
— Established 2000 —
346-0250
6150 Rt. 15, Conesus
585-797-8346
Timber Harvesting:
Dave Cotter
D.C. LOGGING
Hardwood & Softwood Stands
& Firewood Sales:
www.dclogging.com
585-728-3571 or 585-734-3381
[email protected]
Mixed Hardwood Split Wood,
Blocks, and Log Loads
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The Annual Strawberry Festival at the Canadice
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craft and bake sales, a silent auction, and, of course
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In 2011 the Strawberry Festival was a recipient of a
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subsequent years until 1916 when the City of Rochester bought the shoreline of the
lake. For a few years afterward it was held at various homesteads until eventually it
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MONDAY, JUNE 1
ArtCents, a penny social and live auction
hosted by Dansville ArtWorks. (See article
on page 3.)
Auxiliar y Dinner, Honeoye-Hemlock
American Legion Post 1278, 4391 Co. Rd.
36, Honeoye, 4 p.m. to gone. Picnic plate
(hot dog/hamburger) with mac salad,
beans, fruited Jell-o and drink. Cost only
$6 for members and guests. All proceeds
to benefit Unit 1278 projects.
TUESDAY, JUNE 2
Lowell Club’s Spring Banquet, 7 p.m. program by Mike Cloonan of Toadally Wine, at
Simply Autumn’s on Main St. in Wayland.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3
Spaghetti Supper, Honeoye United Church
of Christ, 8758 Main St., Honeoye. 5–7 p.m.
Adults $6. Takeouts available. A portion of
the profits will be donated to the UCC Phone
Ministry.
THURSDAY, JUNE 4
First-Thursday-of-the-Month Open Mic
at Theatre 101, 101 Main St., Mt. Morris,
7 p.m. Free; donations welcome. Doors open
at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments served. For information, e-mail [email protected] or call
585-746-8441.
Chicken & Biscuits Dinner, 1st Thursdays, by Hemlock United Methodist Church.
4:30–7:00 p.m. at the Hemlock Fire Hall,
Route 15A. Donations benefit Food Pantry
and local needy. Old-fashioned creamed
chicken over biscuits, mashed potatoes,
salad, homemade desserts, coffee, tea, and
milk. Take-outs available. Hemlock UMC,
367-3138.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JUNE 5 & 6
Next to New Sale, Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., bag sale noon to 2
p.m. Saturday bake sale, hots and beans
lunch available. Presented by the Order of
The Eastern Star, Eagle Star Chapter 350 at
the Masonic Temple, West Lake Rd./Co. Rd.
36, Honeoye. (Donations of gently used items
may be dropped off at the Masonic Temple
on Thursday evening, June 4.) Proceeds to
benefit the many charitable organizations
OES supports.
SUNDAY, JUNE 7
Springwater Gala “Keep the Ball Rolling,”
Larry Canute Memorial Park, Springwater.
All day activities: pancake breakfast, church
service, live music, tractor pull, classic car
show, craft and food vendors, kids’ activities, chicken BBQ and more! Free admission and parking.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10
Spaghetti Dinner at the United Methodist
Church of Livonia, 21 Summers St., Livonia.
5–7 p.m. Spaghetti with meat sauce, salad,
garlic bread, finger food desserts. Adults $6;
children 10 and under $3. Takeout available.
Blue Grass Jam! East Bloomfield United
Methodist Church from 3–7 p.m. Join us for
great music and food! All are welcome! Free
will offering. 2 Park Place at the corner of
Rts. 5 & 20. Call (585) 657-7220 or email
[email protected] for more info. Every
2nd Wednesday (May–October).
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JUNE 12 & 13
Heavenly Treasures Rummage Sale: East
Bloomfield United Methodist Church, Friday
9 a.m.–7 p.m. and Saturday 9–noon. We
always have many great treasures that we
know you have been looking for! Food booth.
Proceeds benefit church ministry. 2 Park
Place at the corner of Rts. 5 & 20. Questions?
585-657-7220.
SATURDAY, JUNE 13
Identification Series: Trees. Cumming
Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd., Naples.
10:00–11:30 a.m. Uncover the wonders of
the outdoors during a three-part journey.
Shariee Edersheim, our senior naturalist,
guides you into the wonderful world of wildflowers and trees. Edersheim also provides
a brief explanation of the use of field guides.
Program fee: free for RMSC members, $3
per person or $10 per family is requested
for general public.
Learn how to play croquet, 11:00 a.m.
Croquet demonstration by Ralph Parker on
the Library Lawn, Livonia Public Library,
2 Washington Street. Livonia. Sponsored by
the Friends of the Livonia Library. Rain date:
June 20.
3rd Annual Craft/Vendor Show, 10 a.m.–
4 p.m. at The Center Church, 5604 Big Tree
Rd., Lakeville (across from Minnehans).
Shopping, food, and fun for all! Vendors include: Tupperware, Pampered Chef, Sensy,
Mary Kay, Custom Woodworking, and more.
Appearance by Ember the Fire Dog.
13th Annual Photographers Dream Day
10 a.m.–3 p.m. Join the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers and the Canyon Camera Club for
a day of picture taking, and learning. Enjoy
photo seminars, photo walks, tours of the
dam, and interesting subjects. This is a free
public event; all are welcome. For details,
please contact the Mount Morris Dam Visitor
Center at 585-658-4790. Location: Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area; 6103 Visitor
Center Rd. in Mount Morris (located 2 miles
south of Mount Morris off Rt.408S/Chapel St).
Mount Morris Glor y Day, (See article on
page 5.)
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, JUNE 13 & 14
Barn Cat Outreach Annual Fundraiser
Yard Sale at 8499 Route 15, Springwater
(across from the Church of the Nazarene),
9 a.m.–5 p.m. All proceeds go directly to our
feral cat spay/neuter services. Donations of
new or gently used items are appreciated!
Please contact 534-5711 or [email protected]
gmail.com.
SUNDAY, JUNE 14
Annual Service on the Lawn at West
Bloomfield Congregational Church, 9035
Routes 5 & 20 in W. Bloomfield. Service at 10
a.m. with music from dbdb. After the service
enjoy Sticky Lips BBQ available from 11:30
a.m.–3 p.m. Eat in or take out. Music from
Dirt Child live on the lawn at noon! 1/2
chicken BBQ, mac salad, beans & cornbread
$13 presale/$14 day of. Dinner tickets available at WBCC, Cheap Charlie’s, Toomey’s
Express & Shivers till 6/11. Bake sale!
Bouncy house! Face painting! Rubber duck
raffle! Lawn games! Bring your lawn chairs.
wbccucc.org, 624-1313. Find us on facebook!
Flag Day Ceremony, at the Honeoye-Hemlock American Legion Post 1278, 4391 Co. Rd.
36, Honeoye, 7 p.m. If you have any flags that
need to be disposed correctly, please bring to
the Legion and place them in the old mail box
on the side of the building by the lower parking lot by 6:30 p.m. Anyone is also invited to
come to the ceremony.
Bristol Fun Day, (See article on page 4.)
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17
Senior Sojourn (easy pace), Cumming
Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd., Naples.
9:30–10:30 a.m. Shariee Edersheim, “Mrs.
E,” a senior naturalist at Cumming Nature
Center, takes you on an informative and easy
hour-long walk to marvel at the beauty of
spring. Program fee: free for RMSC members, $3 per person or $10 per family is requested for general public.
THURSDAY, JUNE 18
Community Friendship Luncheon, 11:30
a.m.–1 p.m. at the East Bloomfield United
Methodist Church, Rts. 5 & 20 at Park Place,
East Bloomfield. All are welcome for lunch
and fellowship. Free will offering accepted.
Church is handicapped accessible. Please
call the church at 585/657-7220 for more
information.
Just a Hike, Cumming Nature Center, 6472
Gulick Rd., Naples, 10:00–11:30 a.m. Fivemile hike, at a moderate pace, without stopping, talking or identifying, for those who
want some great exercise without a lot of
chatter. Free for RMSC members. $3 per
person or $10 per family is requested for
the general public.
Post 1278, 4391 Co. Rd. 36, Honeoye, 8:00–
11:30 a.m. All you can eat—eggs, sausage,
home fries, toast, pancakes, French toast,
coffee, orange juice. 50/50 drawing. Members and guests. Cost is $6 for adults and $5
for under 12. All proceeds are used for projects by the Post, Unit, and Squadron of
1278. More information call 585-229-5969.
Free Community Meal, Richmond Fire
Hall, Main St., Honeoye. 2 to 4 p.m. Open to
everyone! Sponsored by Little Lakes Church.
For more information, call Darryl at 6830989, e-mail [email protected], or go
to our website: www.littlelakeschurch.org.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24
Book Talk Group, Honeoye Public Library,
8708 Main St., Honeoye. Life on the Refrigerator Door by Alice Kuipers. Join us for a
lively discussion. Refreshments and conversation at 5:30 p.m. with book discussion at
6:00 p.m. Call the library at 585-229-5020 to
register.
THURSDAY, JUNE 25
Spaghetti Dinner & Music Jam, dinner
from 4:30–7 p.m. followed by music jam;
pay by donation. Webster’s Crossing United
Methodist Church.
Strawberr y Social, 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. Shortcake, $4. Also serving hamburgers, hot dogs,
beans, salads. First Presbyterian Church of
Livonia, Rt. 20A, Livonia Center.
FRIDAY, JUNE 26
21st Annual Friends Fore Life Golf
Tournament, Livingston Country Club,
4436 Lakeville Road, Geneseo. Registration
begins at 11 a.m., tee time 12:15 p.m. Registration fees apply. Sponsorship levels. Space
is limited.
SATURDAY, JUNE 27
18th Annual Poker Run, Honeoye-Hemlock American Legion Post 1278, 4391 Co.
Rd. 36, Honeoye. $15 per driver and $10
per passenger. All proceeds go to the Canandaigua VA Hospital. All vehicles are welcome.
Route is as follows: Honeoye, to Chili,
LeRoy, Sonyea, Livonia, and back to Honeoye
for food and refreshments. For more information call the Post at 229-5969.
Summer Reading (for kids) sign-up begins
in the meeting room at the Honeoye Public
Library, 8708 Main St., Honeoye. 11:00 a.m.
“Every Hero has a Story” is the theme for the
summer of 2015. Rick Merritt will be there
with his “Traveling Campfire” and a storytelling program entitled “Unlikely Heroes.”
Family Fun: Secrets of Lilliput, Cumming
Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd., Naples.
10:00–11:30 a.m. Take a hike in the woods.
Search for pixie cups and tiny British soldiers
and run your fingers through a miniature forest. Hold tiny earthworms and bugs. Plan on
getting dirty hands, knees, and bottoms! Free
for RMSC members. $3 per person or $10 per
family is requested for the general public.
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ONGOING:
DAILY
Tour of Mount Morris Dam! The U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers Visitor Center at
Mount Morris Dam is open daily through
October 25 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Free
ranger-guided walking tours of the dam are
offered each day as follows: Monday–Thursday at 2 p.m. & Friday–Sunday at 11 a.m. and
2 p.m. Tours are limited to 30 people on a
first-come, first-served basis. So, come early
to sign up and check out our Visitor Center!
For details contact the Mount Morris Dam
Visitor Center at 585-658-4790. Location:
Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area;
6103 Visitor Center Rd. in Mount Morris (located 2 miles south of Mount Morris off of Rt.
408S/ Chapel St). www.lrb.usace.army.mil.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 20
136th Annual Strawberr y Festival,
Canadice United Methodist Church. (See
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SUNDAY, JUNE 21
Father’s Day Breakfast (fathers eat free!)
at the Honeoye-Hemlock American Legion
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Chalk Walk & Arts Fest has found a new
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Chalk Walk & Arts Fest is scheduled for Saturday, August 1, this year, with a grant
from Livingston Arts (our county’s official arts council) and marketing support from
Noyes Health, with the assistance of the Foundation for Dansville Education, Inc. and
the Village of Dansville. Genesee Community College, Dansville Public Library, and
the Town of North Dansville play logistical roles in this growing community arts event
that includes sidewalk chalk art, live music by Steel Alchemy Community Steel Band
(sponsored by Dansville Wayland Penny Saver/Genesee Country Express), and a juried
arts and crafts show and sale in the historic downtown district. Dansville Mini Storage
has stepped up for a second year to support the event, this year as our Art Supply
Sponsor. My 93.9 FM is sponsoring a juried chalk artist.
BEFORE (Original)
In 2014, more than 200 individuals of all ages participated in Chalk Walk & Arts
Fest! Now in its fourth year, community members are asked to “save the date” and
plan to participate in the fun as community chalk artists and appreciators of all of
the artwork. Business owners are invited to host our chalk artists for this rain or
shine event.
A slate of five juried sidewalk artists has been announced and includes: Briana
Coogan-Bassett, Sarah Hulburt-Emerson and Jimmy Sinsebox, all three returning
featured artists, and two new: Jeff Miller and Kim Binaghi Lee. Additionally, 11 fine
artists and craft artisans have been selected to exhibit at the event on Ossian Street
between Main and Elizabeth Streets.
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will be serving outdoors and offering
seating under a tent beginning at 11 a.m.
Hot dogs, Italian sausages, soft drinks,
and legal beverages will be available.
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retouched image will be e-mailed back to you after your payment has been received. You must
be the legal copyright owner of the photo. Digital photos only. Any questions, call 585-669-4114.
More plans are in the works and will be
announced as finalized.
Plan to join the fun on Saturday, August 1,
10 a.m.– 4 p.m. in historic downtown
Dansville. Chalk Walk & Arts Fest is open
to all ages and free. Follow the event on
Facebook: Dansville Chalk Walk and
www.dansvilleartworks.com/events.html.
Sidewalk chalk art: “Cat Bus” by Sarah HulburtEmerson
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SUNDAYS
Springwater Trails Hiking Group: Join
us for our weekly hike on the Springwater
Trail and on other trails around the Springwater area every Sunday, 4 to 6 p.m. followed by social hour. Check the website,
http://springwatertrails.org, for up-to-date
information on the hikes, since special
circumstances may force a change to
scheduled times. Contact us anytime
at [email protected]
SUNDAYS, SATURDAYS, & TUESDAYS
Women’s Running Group: Join us for
friendship and fitness. Contact Tami Kenyon,
Chapter Leader for Finger Lakes Moms Run
This Town: [email protected] For more
information, please visit our website: www.
momsrunthistown.com or facebook page:
www.facebook.com/groups/MountMorrisNY.
MONDAYS
Knitting at the Library, 4 p.m., Wadsworth
Library, 24 Center St., Geneseo. All skill levels are welcome. Free, open to the public.
Information: 243-0440, [email protected]
SECOND MONDAY
Ties That Bind, Dansville Public Library,
200 Main St., Dansville. 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Working on a project? Need motivation?
Come to the Holden Room to enjoy some
needlework: knitting, crocheting, cross
stitch, needlepoint, quilting, etc. Having
problems with a project? We are here to
help each other. For more information,
please call 335-6720.
Do you quilt, knit, crochet, hook, etc.?
Join us on the second Monday of each month
for an informal gathering and hopefully we
can inspire one another! Honeoye Public
Library, 8708 Main St., Honeoye. 10 a.m.–
12 noon.
SECOND TO LAST TUESDAY
“Pieces of the Puzzle” Support Group for
parents and/or caregivers with special-needs
children and/or teens. We will be discussing
issues you may be having in hopes to help
you find positive solutions, as well as family
supports available in our area. Cohocton Public Library, 8 Maple Ave., Cohocton. 6–7 p.m.
FIRST & THIRD WEDNESDAYS
TUESDAYS
Livingston Art Group, 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Come paint or draw with the Livingston Art
Group at the Chip Holt Community Center,
Vitale Park, Lakeville. Free. Bring your
paints and a bag lunch and join us! Information: Sally Moses, 243-3305, Pat, 346-2548,
[email protected]
Needles at Noon, 12–1 p.m., Livingston
Arts Center, 4 Murray Hill Dr., Mt. Morris.
Needleworkers are invited to bring their
handiwork (and brown bag lunch, if desired)
for an hour of conversation and sharing.
Contact: 585-243-6785.
Poets and Writers Club, 10:30 a.m., Chip
Holt Community Center, Vitale Park, Lakeville. Poets and writers who like to write and
share their work. Free. Information:
Dorothy Weichenthal, 226-9720.
Trust in the Lives of Older Women,
1 p.m., discussing art, history, music, and
current topics. Wayland Free Library. Contact Marian Crawford, [email protected] or 728-5303 to confirm times or for
more information.
week to week. For more information, call
374-2191 after 4 p.m. Wednesday through
Sunday.
SECOND THURSDAY
Ravenous Readers, 6:30 p.m.at the
Dansville Public Library, 200 Main St.,
Dansville. Looking to join a book club?
We’re looking for members! For more
information please call 335-6720.
THIRD THURSDAY
The Colony Caregivers of Ontario
County meets at 6 p.m. at Crosswinds
Wesleyan Church, 3360 Middleshire Rd.,
Canandaigua. The organization works in
Ontario County to trap, spay, neuter, and
vaccinate feral, stray and abandoned cats.
Please join us to see how you can help.
To be added to our email list or volunteer,
please send a message to: [email protected] and we will contact you.
SECOND WEDNESDAY
Board of Trustees of the Honeoye Public
Library, 8708 Main St., Honeoye. 7 p.m.
FIRST TUESDAY
THURSDAYS
Basketeers Quilt Club, Lakeville United
Church of Christ, 7 p.m. For more information, contact: Maria Oliver at 346-3939.
THIRD TUESDAY
The Lake Side Artists Guild, 10 a.m.–
noon at the Canadice Town Hall. All artists
and crafters in the area are invited to attend.
For more information, call Dorothy Harrison
at 507-5224 or Kathleen Armitage at 991-8046.
Honeoye Chamber’s Economic Development Task Force meeting at the Richmond
Town Hall, 7 p.m.
Naples VFW and Auxiliary Dinner from
5 ’til 7 at the VFW Post in Naples on Route
21 just north of town. Menu varies from
SATURDAYS
Crafternoon at Honeoye Craft Lab, 4–6
p.m. at 6 Honeoye Commons, Honeoye.
Bring your craft projects, including projects you need help with.
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0 Pine Haven Lane
Canadice, NY 14471
$158,000
Level lakefront lot including its own cement
boat/launch ramp and break wall. All ready to
build on with beautiful views. Not many lots
left on lake.
0 Pierpont Rd.
Honeoye, NY 14471
$55,900
Beautiful land to build your dream house as
others did in this area. Plenty of room for
horses. Nice views, and private rural area.
5899 Shagbark Drive
Honeoye, NY 14471
$79,900
Cabin, stocked pond, shed and another outbuilding on 20.8 acres of privacy. Very secluded. Full bath with kitchen opening to living
area with wood stove. Upstairs can sleep 5 to
6 people. Being sold with 5895 Shagbark Dr.
6243 Southwest Shores
Canadice, NY 14471
6269 Lakes
End Lane,
Honeoye, NY
14471
$169,900
$209,900
RICE!
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$249,900
Level shale lakefront home with woodstove,
deck, 2-car detached garage, new hardwood
floors, new kitchen counter tops, and large lot.
RICE!
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5141 County Road 36
Honeoye, NY 14471
$169,900
Quaint 2-bedroom ranch located on the west
side of Honeoye Lake. Enjoy sitting on the
porch overlooking the lake. 50 ft of frontage.
Close to town, ski resorts, wineries and other
beautiful finger lake sites.
$24,900
Honeoye level
lakefront property.
Walkout basement
to lakefront. Furnishings can stay.
Possible owner financing. Close to
town and wineries.
What a steal! 66-ft. lakefront. Everything included except personal items. All furniture, appliances, hot tub, contents, aluminum dock
with wheels, 1993 23-ft.pontoon boat with 40horse power Yamaha engine, 1995 Chevy 4x4
S10.
5578 Wilson Point
Honeoye, NY 14471
7266 Wetmore
Rd.
Wayland, NY
14572
0 Sedgewick St.
Honeoye, NY 14471
$29,900
Level lot with Beach Access place to put dock
and boat Community park to use. Water views
close to lake. Homeowners association maintains roads and common area
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4229 S. Frost Hollow Road
Honeoye, NY 14471
$199,900
Spectacular original log home! Gorgeous private
setting on 4.4 acres with stocked pond. Deadend road, easy access. Lovely 1st floor master
suite! Paved driveway, finished basement, security system, state-of-the-art water purification
system, fireplace & wood-burning stove.
16 wooded acres
in township of
Springwater. Property has two mobile
homes, a pond and
creek. Electric and
septic on property.
0 State Route 15A
Livonia, NY 14466
$29,900
Wooded parcel near north end of Hemlock
Lake. Price includes archaeological study and
plans for sand filter septic system. Lot #8.
5825 Marrowback Rd.
Conesus, NY 14435
$227,900
Bi-level ranch log home, lower level walkout
with view of pond. Guest house with fieldstone
fireplace. 30' x 30' horse barn. Tiki enclosed bar
with deck by pond has electric and refrigerator.
New metal roofs. All interior recently stained.
Remodeled bathrooms.
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