Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 24, 2015 · Page A17
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Rochester, New York
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Saturday, October 24, 2015
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DemocratandChronicle .com Saturday,October24,2015 Page17A • SPONGE CANDY • Cashew & Pecan Glaze • Pumpkin Fudge • Amazing Selection of Halloween Candy Caramel Apples Oct. 23rd & Oct. 24 Oct. 30th & Oct. 31st Open 10-5 on Halloween HOMEMADE CANDY SINCE 1946 FALL HAS ARRIVED! 623 Park Ave • Rochester 585-473-2098 REGULAR Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-6 DC-0000361202 :3:A%(% #.$$ )CBH,.82-49*CGGHH4FH75824 0C8,G='HD7=3>,0D/E58, +G7C>&7C>19*785-*7C65 +DE-7+182-9%D65.C6-4 :8,8CGD7-"H1F !H@,%--7-$;E7-44?*7C8,.82-< &"$('!%#"$'! #$"''''!%!%&& FALL FAMILY FUN! October 24 & 25 Special Weekend Activities Saturdays & Sundays 10AM-5PM All available for a nominal fee or pay one price $ 10/ Child for a whole day of fun! APPLE FEST! Saturday & Sunday October 24 th & 25 th 12:00PM - 4:00PM SAMPLE APPLES SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1:00PM - 4:00PM NAZARETH’S SING-A-LONG FUN TIME BAND FALL BULBS .99¢ a Pound MCINTOSH • GALA • FUJI • IDA RED • RED DELICIOUS • MACOUN • AUTUMN CRISP • CORTLAND • EMPIRE • CRISPIN • JONAGOLD $1.99 a pound HONEY CRISP ORCHARD FRESH APPLES 2811 E. HENRIETTA RD. M-F 8-6:30 • SUN & SAT 8-6 • 585-359-3310 APPLE CIDER Gallon $ 3.99 FRESH BAKED PIES DAILY DC-0000364141 Area Rug Sale Save up to 50% on close-out rugs. Try any of our rugs in your home before you buy! BRAIDED AREA RUGS This wool and nylon braid in beautiful, rich colors is available in almost any size, oval, round, or rectangle. This 100% New Zealand wool is handmade in India is available in several colors and is specially priced. Since 1932 • 585-544-8690 1085 Ridge Rd. East • Rochester, NY 14621 Hrs: M., W., F., 9:30-5:30 T., Thr., 9:30-8:00 Sat. 10:00-5:00 by DON’TPAYTOOMUCH! NOPAYMENTS ‘TIL2017 BRIGHTON Brighton holds f all festival The town of Brighton w ill hold a Fall Family F estival starting at 10 a.m. Oct. 24 at the Brighton Town Hall Complex and Memorial Library campus. The event includes trick-or-treating, games, clowns, and a costume parade. Admission is free but participants can bring a non- p erishable food item for d onation to the Brighton F ood Cupboard. Register o nline at townofbrigh- or respond to the Facebook event. CHILI Library programs planned Upcoming events at the Chili Public Library, 3333 Chili Ave. include: P rotecting yourself against fraud and identity theft; representatives from the Summit Federal Credit Union will be at the library for a program at 6:30 p.m., Nov. 4. ANutcracker reading with the Rochester City B allet is coming up, 2 p.m. Nov. 11, for children 1 2 and under with an adult. Dinner with Katniss, from the Hunger Games, a t 6 p.m., Nov. 11, for ages 12 to 18. Eat pizza and watch the movie. GREECE Heroin discussion The societal impact of heroin addiction will be e xamined at 7 p.m. Nov. 2 a t Lifetree Cafe. The program, The Heroin Addict Next Door: One Man’s Painful Story, features a filmed interview with Rocky Romano, a former heroin addict. This Lifetree episode will also explore whether aconnection exists bet ween early childhood t rauma and self-destruct ive behavior. Admission to the 60- minute event is free. Snacks and beverages are available. Lifetree Cafe is located at 1301 Vintage Lane. Lifetree Cafe is a program of Hope Lutheran Church, is located at 1301 V intage Lane. Lifetree is a place where people g ather for conversation a bout life and faith in a casual coffeehouse-type setting. Questions about Lifetree may be directed to David Hurlbutt at 723-4673 or LifetreeCafe@ IRONDEQUOIT Morelle holds Medicare forum Assembly Majority Leader Joseph Morelle will hold a special forum on Medicare at 10 a.m. Monday at the Irondequoit Public Library, 1290 Titus Ave. Morelle, Lif espan, and representatives from Excellus and M VP will be on hand to answer questions. The open enrollment process for Medicare is currently o pen. For more information, or if you need directions to the location, call Morelle’s office at (585) 467-0410. OGDEN Barbershop quartet sings The Ogden Historical Society’s last program for the year at the Colby- Pulver House will feature Ra Cha Cha, one of the Genesee Valley Chorus’ barbershop quart ets. T he group will sing m usic from the 1920s, ‘ 30s and ‘40s at 2 p.m. with tours following at 3 p.m. The Colby-Pulver House is located at 568 Colby St. For more information, send an email to ogdennyhistorical PERINTON Halloween parade in Perinton Perinton will hold a free Halloween parade at 6p.m. Oct. 30, starting at Minerva DeLand School and ending at Potter Park. Prizes for costumes will be awarded in several different age c ategories. Donuts and c ider will be provided by t he Fairport Fire Department, and the event is co-sponsored by the Fairport Rotary Club. The event will be canceled for inclement weather. PITTSFORD Pittsford’s founders come to life Historic Pittsford will present a Day of the Dead program at 2 p.m. Nov. 1at the pioneer burial ground, 210 Mendon Road. Actors in period costume will portray Pittsford’s earliest settlers at gravesides in the cemetery. Admission is free but registration is required. Participants can park at the United C hurch of Pittsford, 123 S. Main St. To register and for more information, call (585)248-6280 or register online at VICTOR Golf club holds Halloween party Ravenwood Golf Club will host a Halloween party from 8:30 p.m. to midnight on Oct. 31at 929 Lynaugh Road in Victor. The night includes dancing, music, food and d rinks, with an open bar f rom 9 to 11p.m. Admis- s ion is $35 per person or $ 60 per couple if paid in advance over the phone by calling 585-924-6716. Admission is $40 per person at the door. WEBSTER Women’s Club hosts fundraiser The Women’s Club of Webster will hold its Fall L uncheon Card/Game P arty fundraiser starting a t 10 a.m. Nov. 5 at the Penfield Country Club, 1784 Jackson Road in Penfield. The event will include a luncheon, games and door prizes. The donation for the event is $25 per person. For reservations, send acheck made payable to “ Women’s Club of Webs ter” by Oct. 28 to Diane M iller, 428 Seneca Park A ve., Rochester, NY 14617, and be sure to indicate your luncheon choice: Chicken Picatta with Lemon Caper Sauce or Pasta Primavera. AREA BRIEFS Our Towns

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