Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on September 11, 2002 · Page 77
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page 77

Rochester, New York
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Wednesday, September 11, 2002
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8F WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2002 OUR TOWNS, SOUTHEAST RECREATION NOTES New belt ranks earned in Greece The following students were promoted to their next rank at Kim Murray's Karate Academy of Greece: Michelle Weinhart, Dan Vickers, Rebecca Braya, Eric Loman, Philip Ruggeri, Lou Castelli, Tyler Vick, Olivia Trayhern, Isis Randolph, Steven Masciarelli, Marina Ro-sario, Jacob Sommer, Haleigh Trayhern, Leonard Pinckney, Samantha Arazy, Michelle Pi-wonski, Michael Fuino, Walter Adams, Zachary Yost, Austin Hylton, Brandon Hylton, Alli M I .. - -v-i-v-l 13 fJ Energy Star qualification based on NFRC certified product ratings. 1 Aifccinc 1-800-358-8998 L ROOFING & SIDING MATERIALS. INC. u wM.lukesidt'rootlnundsidincum Northeast Corner Route 104 he Rochcsler Association of Art Dealers prescnls Galleries Week heinning 1'riday, September 1.3, 2002. and continuing until Saturday, September 21, 2002. KAAD believes that art makes a difference. It changes living and w orking spaces and helps to provide a warm and interesting atmosphere. The following are featured exhibitions in some of the RAAD galleries during Galleries Week. ESMAY FINE ART 2.j"Y Monroe Aiv., Rochester Established in 18 as the Shoestring Gallery, specializes in corporate art consultation. I'.xperienced consultants Nancy I'smay and Pat Pishman work with area companies, designers and architects to select and place art in business environments ranging from traditional to high tech. They can assist you in v 1 1 sfi 1 r 1 1 1 1 xv 1 . m fo L Wm Ji..Smm4 JLmm Jk,lpp! JUL. SiJU. JL,WwW Isppgr , MM, son Viccaro, Jenna Testa, Andrea Speller, Brandon Mobley-Taylor, Elizabeth Letoshko, Jeff Seaman and Adam Miner all of Greece. Daniel Milgate of Hilton. Nichole DiLucia, Tom Kooijmans and Stephanie Kooijmans of Gates. Karate kids earn belt promotions These students from Ki Do Karate Academy in Bloomfield earned yellow tip belts: Jesse Bacon, John Lawlor, Jesse Reichenstein, Hannah Sackett, Matthew Wheeler, Josh Holden and Alana Mango LA 1-585-265-3226 & Lakeside Rd. Ontario locating, purchasing and installing the appropriate artwork to reflect your company's personality and project an image of success. AUSTIN HARVARD GALLERY (Nostalgic Images) At Sortbfiehl (5fi5) .W-1472 Pastel artist Marie DePalmer and oil painter Barbara Raco. Celebrating our 25th Anniversary. Opening Friday, September 13, 2002-October 19, 2002. Reception-Friday, September 13th, 7 to 9pni. The regular hours: Tues.-Fri. 10-5; Sat. 10-4. NAN MILLER GALLERY (Art Beat: A Musical Tribute) 3 'nOWiitton Place, Rochester Tel: (585) 2)2-14i0 Fax: (585) 292-125J Art Heat: A Musical Tribute, is an artistic inlerpretation of music isfiTiTir.j'i of Honeoye Falls. Austin Ferguson and David Phillips of Bloomfield. Tyler Bell, Chase Childers, Nicholas Cordts, Matt DeWaters and Eric Laux of Lima. REGISTRATION The Victor Swim Club is holding registration for new and returning members from 5:45 to 7:15 p.m. today, Monday and Wednesday, Sept. 18 at the Victor High School pool. Participants should come prepared to swim. For more information, call Keith Shields at (585) 924-3252, ext. 5465. Learn to Skate classes will be offered from 4:50 to 5:50 p.m. Sunday at the Webster Ice Arena, 865 Publishers Parkway. For more information, call BEEF & SEAFOOD RESTAURANT Stop at the Red Osier for a Downs Dinner on the way to the track! Value Priced Dinner Specials Tuesday thru Sunday Open Tuesday thru Saturday at 4 pm Sunday at 1 pm Rt. 5 Stafford, NY Toll Free 1-888-343-6972 (Area codes 716 & 585 only) "The Beef You Know" featuring artists Deborah Hoover and Terry Ananny. Deborah Hoover has mastered her watercolor and acrylic technique with loose, fluid strokes and vibrant colors. The Jazz Americana musicians come to life with movement and energy, enhanced by the rainbow colors of the spectrum. Hoover has developed a unique concept for every painting by making the invisible visible. Teny Ananny considers her earliest and fondest memories to be the many trips her family took to visit relatives in Quebec. Here, the rich beauty and splendor of the colorful villages became indelibly etched in her mind - images she lovingly recaptures today in her landscapes and the charming upbeat personality of the Quebecois people. Opening: Friday, September 13, 2002-October 7, 2002. Reception-Friday, September 13th, 7-9:30pm. The regular hours: Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm. ;SMAY Corporate Art Consultation We'll visit your office and select art to complement your space and reflect the culture of your organization 271-3886 Ramon Santiago Studio Regular Hours: Wed & Fri lpm-4pm; Sat I1am-3pm Please call for other times or appointment 465 Blossom Road, Rochester, NY 7I6-288-91W (585) 359-9010 or e-mail at Hilton Parma Recreation will offer an eight-week Tiai Chi class beginning Sept. 23. A free demonstration class will be offered Monday at the Village Community Center at 7 p.m. For more information, call (585) 392-9030. The Cardiac Rehabilitation Department of Thompson Health is offering a mall walkers club on Sept. 24 at 7 a.m. Walkers meet in front of the J. Crew store at Eastview Mall in Victor. For more information, call (585) 396-6254. FOR CHARITY The 2002 Walk and RAMON SANTIAGO STUDIO (Last Works: A Tribute to Ramon Santiago) 465 Blossom Rd., Rochester Tel: (585) 288-9110 Fax: (585) 288-9118 In celebration of the Rochester Association of Art Dealers (RAAD) Galleries Week, The Ramon Santiago Studio will host an "Open House Weekend" Saturday and Sunday, September 14th and 15th from llam-4pm. A special reception will be held on Friday, September 13th from 5pm-8pm. This opening night reception is a unique opportunity for the public to view approximately forty-five original works of an in various stages of completion. Along with these original pieces, which Santiago was working on during the last months of his life, will be unique items and props from Santiago's working studio on Park Avenue. Of special note, for the opening night reception, is a rare opportunity for the public to FINE ART i r Speak-Out for Youth will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday at Village Gate Square. No pledges are required. For more information, call (585) 473-2464. Bike Ride for a Healthy Heart, with Ontario Pathways at 9 a.m. Sunday. Bikers should meet in the trail parking area at Flint and Mott roads in Stanley. The ride is free, but requires registration by Thursday. To register, call Robin at (585) 394-6822 or Lyn at 9585) 394-5077. Seton Catholic School's Fall Open will be played at 11 a.m. Sept. 19 at Shadow Lake Fort Erie Slots Departing RochesterBatavia every Sunday through Friday daytime and Friday evening I Sunday through Friday daytime I I Friday Evening Line Run 7:-iS am K Mart Henrietta :3( pm K Mart Henrietta 8:15 am Vtinlludson & TitusAm. 1 Pm '""S"' If""";!""""1' , . .,..,,. .. 7:J() pm FWS Plaza Spemerport Rd. 8:45 am PKS Plaza Sjiencerport M 8:00 pm Batavia Valu Plaza Mini Mull 9:15 am Batavia Valu VhaMiiilMiill 8:45 pm Radissnn Hold Chtcktowapa, Hernial III am arrival at slots. 330 pm departure 9:15 pm arrival at slots. 2 am departure RochesterBatavia $20.00 per person. BOMS: $10.00 coin and $5 food voucher. No rescnulinns nmlttl- first otme first stw Hxact change mueMed Drivers license AND Birth Qnilicale r Passport Reiiuiretl DAY TOURS 1 SHOW TOURS - Toronto Toronto Shopping Oct. 26, Nov. 23 $28.95 Lion Kin8 Nov- 2 . ... ..u ., 4lnnc Mamma Mia Oct. 20. Nov. 2 & Dec. 8 vv.c shopp,ng SIGHTSEEING TOL'RS ' CrTN. 24 $69.50 S'SIW Grove City Shopping Nov. 16 $39.00 T Turning Stone Casino Atlantic City Express CASINO TRIPS . . ,. . . ., . Tues., Wed., Thurs. Oct. 19, Nov.9 Bully's Park Place Oct. 9-11 ppAtu $200 $17.00 $52.5(1 Poxwoods Casino Oct. 16-18 ptti$269 W-OO Bonus $30.00 Bonus f all for 2002 Tour Brochure 800 - 327 WW J X view an original hand-painted motorcycle that will be displayed by Performance Auto and Cycle, Webster, New York. The showing of this unique piece of art will be in conjunction with the opening night reception for the exhibit Last Works: A Tribute to Ramon Santiago. The Ramon Santiago Bike will be made available to the media by appointment. Opening: September 13, 2002-October 31, 2002. The reception will take place on Friday, September 13th from 5-Hpm. The studio will host an open house weekend, Saturday and Sunday, September 14 and 15 from llam-3pm. Regular hours are Wednesday and Friday 1pm-4pm, Saturdays llam-4pm. Also open by appointment. ROSE LAWN GALLERIES (Brancle Arno: Recent Works) 7 Schoen Place, Pittsford Tel: (585) 58(544l Fax: (585) 22 i-50)5 NOSTALGIC IMAGES " . MARIE DE PALMA Pastel Paintings . J SAW ft . 1 BARBARA on on canvas September 13 Tues. thru Frl. -v It . I w . 1 COAST OF MAINE Saluting v J combined 200 plus years of experience calling attention to the excellence and longevity of member galleries and consultants who serve the cultural needs of our community with utmost professionalism. Austin Harvard Gallery Pittsford Craft Company No. 6 Rochester East West Gallery Victor Elizabeth Collection Artisan Works Rochester Esmay Fine Art, Consultants Brighton Gallery r Rochester Golf Club. The fee is $50 for golf only, $80 for golf dinner and $300 per foursome. For more information, call Sonya Tierney at (585) 461-3103. Chances and Changes Inc. domestic violence agency's 1st Annual Golf Tournament will take place Sept. 24 at Caledonia Country Club, 303 Park Place. Registration is at 11 a.m. Fees range from $50 for hole sponsor to $300 for a foursome and hole sponsor. For more information, call (585) 658-3940. -STAFF REPORTS Coach USA - 8687 or 585-334-2222 Ionia, New York artist Brancle Arno, a long time associate of Roselawn Galleries presents a solo show in conjunction wilh Rochester Association of Art Dealer's Galleries Week. This annual event draws large crowds to view each gallery's featured artist and Arno was selected to represent Roselaw n. Arno has assembled a collection of scenes of Monroe and Ontario Counties with several Pittsford homes being featured. 1 Jer work is rendered with oil on gesso board in an impressionistic style. Because she enjoys working outdoors, all the paintings are in 'plein air' renderings, done on site. Meet the artist. Free admission. Opening: September 13, 2002-October 12, 2002. The reception will take place on Friday, September 13th from 7-9pm. Regular hours are Monday -Saturday 10:30am - 4:30pm. RACO Paintings thru October 19 10-5; Sat. 10-4 BOOKS ON BLUE Roslyn B. Goldman, Consultant Rochester Nan Miller Gallery Rochester Oxford Gallery Rochester Ram6n Santiago Studio Rochester Roselawn Galleries Pittsford William Marten Gallery Rochester

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