Including grant support from the
are proud to sponsor the
Sixth Annual East Shore Festival of the Arts.
Friday-May 1, 2015 6:00 to 9:00 pm
27-29 Auburn Rd. Lansing, NY 14882
This event is free and open to the public.
Over 30 artists from around the Finger Lakes region will exhibit and sell their original art work in painting, ceramics, photography, metal, wood, fiber and more.
The festivities start on Friday, May 1, 2015 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm with our grand opening celebration. Please come and immerse yourself in a gala night of family fun and enlightenment.
Meet and talk to the artists.
Enjoy stupendous appetizers from Crossroads Bar & Grille, and Rogues' Harbor Inn & Restaurant, wine tasting with King Ferry Winery, local beer sampling from Stout Hearted Brewery, sweet somethings from the Cinnamon Shoppe and other special treats provided by the Lansing Market.
Listen to the musical stylings of celtic harpist Dan Veaner.
Watch artist Gerry Monaghan as he creates one of his amazing sculputures from toothpicks and other everday objects.
Take a step back in time and tour the historic Lansing Schoolhouse and the Lansing Archives Building. It is a rare treat to have the Archives Building open. This year will be a tribute to our area farmers.
This year we have grown to include the Lansing Community Center in our celebration.
Stay tuned for updates on additional events and activities currently in the making!!
Lansing Town Hall and Lansing Community Library
27-29 Auburn Rd.
Lansing, NY 14882
Friday, May 1, 2015 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm - Opening Celebration
Lansing Town Hall:
Music by jazz duo Interlude
Wine Tasting with King Ferry Winery
Appetizers by Crossroads Bar & Grill
Sweet Somethings from The Cinnamon Shoppe & Lansing Market
Lansing Communnity Library:
Music by Dan Veaner
Beer Tasting wth Stout Hearted Brewery
Appetizers by Rogues' Harbor Inn & Restaurant
Movie Shorts by Bryan Root
Balloon Sculptures by the Cayuga Twister
Tour the Historic Schoolhouse
Visit "History of Lansing Agriculture" in the Archives Building
Art Demonstration by sculptor Gerry Monaghan
There is sure to be some surprises added as we go along.
May 1, 2015 through June 25, 2015
Open to the Public during regular Town Hall and Library building hours.