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4G THURSDAY. NOVEMBKR 10. 2005 DemocratandChronicle.com DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT L)ochester V Made for living www.RochesterMadeForLiving.com I www.GoForTheCold.com 1 i o py ji i mm in mi imi -t mill) ii.i.h-.iii w y y iiiii iiniiniiiiiif iiinim i mm i i lim i iiiiHin nimniiV .....- Win 1 1 m. . . V w 1 ft Mark your calendars for these upcoming events Cold rush 2006 January 1 - March 31 www.goforthecold.com Rochester's annual 3 month long wintertime celebration featuring hundreds of indoor and outdoor events. People of all ages are invited to discover the wonder by taking advantage of all the great things to do during this season of sensational shows and spectacular sports, of thought-provoking lectures and wonderful music, and unique fun-for-all time. 800-677-7282. Ice Skating January 1 - March 31 Please call for specific dates and times www.cltyofrochester.gov The only indoor heated ice rink operated by J the City of Rochester, offers open skate, adult and youth skate lessons, skate and shoot, league hockey, birthday party packages and special events throughout the season.Adults $4 andYouth $2. Skate rental is $2.50. Located at Genesee Valley Park Ice Rink, 585-428-7889 or 585-428-7888. Sledding Around Rochester January 1 - March 31 www.monroecounty.gov, 585-256-4956. Monroe County has six designated sledding areas.. .These are marked with "Designated Sledding" signs.The locations are as follows: 1) Black Creek Park-has one hill, behind Woodside Lodge. The Park is located on Union Street, just South of 490. 2) Ellison Park-has two hills, at the corner of Blossom Road and Landing Road. 3) Mendon Ponds Park-has two hills, one behind East Lodge, and another one across the street from Calvary Lodge. The Park is located on Clover Street. 4) Northampton Park- has one hill across the street from the Ski Lodge. The Park is located at the end of 53 1 , off route 3 1 . 5) Powder Mills Park-has one hill near North Lodge.The Park is located off Route 96, near the Bushnell's Basin exit of 490. 6) Webster Park-has one hill behind Parkview Lodge.The Park is located at the corner of Holt Road and East Lake Road. "H All ol Roc hester Read the Same Book..." January 1 - March 31 www.wab.org Writer's and Books announced its selection for the 2005 "If All of Rochester Read the Same Book..." initiative.This year's selection is "Servants of the Map: Stories," by Andrea Barrett. Ranging across two centuries, and from the western Himalaya to an Adirondack village, the wonderfully imagined stories and novellas travel the territories of yearning and awakening of loss and unexpected discovery. Event is sponsored by Writers & Books, 585-473-2590. mm -3 0 ,w 2005 USATF National Club Cross Country Championships and USA Open & Masters Men's 10 km and Open & Masters Women's 6 km Championships.www.gvh.net , www.usatf.org November 19, 2005 Genesee Valley Park. The USATF National Club Cross Country Championships will feature the top clubs from across the United States as they vie for honors and bragging rights as the nation's best cross country team. More than 60 clubs and over 800 competitors are expected to compete. The Hilton Family Skate to 2006 Tour: USA Hockey Women's National Team vs. Finland. Visit www.hilton.skaieto2006.com for tickets and information. Visit www.bluecrossarena. com for tickets and information. December 15, 2005 at 7:05 p.m. Blue Cross Arena: Coming off its dramatic and historic win at the 2005 IIHF Women's World Championship this past April.Team USA will attempt to win its second Olympic gold medal at the 2006 Winter Games in February. But before America's best women's players arrive in Italy, they are playing a series of exhibition games in the United States, Canada and Finland. NCAA Division I - Men's College Basketball: Regular season basketball games Niagara vs. Cornell, St. Bonaventure vs. West Virginia, www.bluecrossarena.com Niagara vs. Cornell - November 26, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. St. Bonaventure vs. West Virginia - November 30, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. The Men's Basketball teams from Niagara, Cornell, St. Bonaventure and West Virginia will play regular season games at the Blue Cross Arena. Rochester Boys' CanAm Volleyball Tournament: www.pacebootIegger.com January 15-16, 2006 East High School, Hot Shots Volleyball Club, Nazareth College, and RIT: This two day Volleyball Festival will include Boys' between the ages of 14-18 from the United States and Canada. 2006 US Women's Curling National Bonsplel: www.rochestercurling.org and www. uswca.org February 9-12, 2006 Rochester Curling Club The 58lh Annual National Women's Curling Bonspiel is coming to the Rochester Club in February. Take time to discover Rochester's gallery treasures Rochester is known for having one of the best art experiences in the country. This is more than evident when you visit some of the several "smaller" art galleries and studio exhibitions all over the Greater Rochester area. Discover great shows in places you never knew existed in your own backyard. Become the afficionado you've always wanted to be, decorate your personal space in new ways, or get inspired to create some of your own works. Rochester Contemporary (formerly the Pyramid Arts Center) is a non-profit arts organization serving the culturally and artistically diverse audiences of Western New York State. Since 1977, the Rochester Contemporary (RoCo) has encouraged the redefinition of contemporary art in upstate New York through its gallery and satellite exhibitions, educational programs, film and lecture series, performance art, and various multi-media initiatives, www.rochestercontemporary. org or (585) 461-2222 Oxford Gallery For over four decades, the Oxford Gallery has brought the finest in contemporary art to private and corporate collectors in upstate New York. The Oxford's preeminence among area galleries rests upon its representation of over 60 artists of regional and national acclaim.The Oxford gallery maintains several thousand works in inventory, including paintings, limited edition prints, sculpture, and works in mixed media. They also offer a fine selection of American and European paintings from earlier periods: 18th, 19th, and 20th century artists, www. oxfordgallery.com or 585-271-5885 Nan Miller Gallery In existence for over 33 years, Nan Miller Gallery has earned a reputation of providing high quality artwork by international, national and emerging artists for homes and businesses. Our extensive inventory represents a wide variety of styles from abstract to impressionism and.pop to realism. The gallery is committed to enhancing your environment with the art best suited to your individual needs and taste, www. nanmillergallery.com or (585) 292-1430 The Spectrum Gallery, founded in 1970, is a private saleseducational space dedicated to showing the finest in contemporary and historic fine art photography. It is located in the heart of Rochester, New York, the international center for the arts and sciences of photographic imaging. www.lumierephoto.comspectrum . lndex.html or 585.461.4447 Artisan Works (pictured above) is where art comes to life in the studio, on the walls and in your hands. Explore seemingly endless corridors displaying the works of some of the most exciting and talented artists and craftspeople. Shop at the Elizabeth Collection, a world-class, breathtaking, gallery of paintings, photography, 3-dimensional and kinetic art.Also watch as resident artists create their latest achievements, www. artLsanworks.net or 585.288.7170 Grab a flick, some coffee, a cocktail, or even a bite to eat while you peruse these mini exhibitions tucked away among some of Rochester's best cultural venues, bars, and eateries like - Little Theatre Cafe, Javas, Jlne's, Three S, Lux Lounge, The Big Apple Cafe', The Bug Jar, Starry Nights Cafe' Visual Studies Workshop - Broad interpretations of media-based arts are emphasized in the Visual Studies Workshop Galleries and Traveling Exhibitions Service. Contemporary and historical exhibitions feature photography, mixed-media, video, film, audio, bookmaking, digital, computer and installation art. In addition, a unique sales inventory is available through The Collectors' Gallery. Artists' books from VSW Press are featured in The Bookstore. www.vsw.org or 585-442-8676 Gallery r is a School of Art educational laboratory site and visual arts venue for all RIT College of Imaging Arts & Sciences students. As a metropolitan gallery, r presents art to the widest possible arts supportive audience and maintains a selected collection of student alumni artwork for on-site consignment and sales. Gallery r actively educates and encourages viewers to examine the relevance of art and cultural exposure in their own lives. www.rit.edu-galleryr or 585-242-9470 High Falls Fine Art Gallery - Rochester believes strongly in its artistic community, and has established a unique gallery dedicated to the year round display and sale of work by local artists. Since its first exhibit in 1992, the Center at High Falls has represented more than 2000 area artists. You may also find solo exhibits in the first floor museum areas, where art displays enhance permanent historical exhibits. The variety of exhibits, appropriate for all ages to enjoy, include painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, weaving and much more. The gallery is also available for rental for moderately sized meetings and gatherings, www.centerathighfalls. orgarUitm or 585-325-2030 Image City Photography Gallery is one of the newest small galleries to hit Rochester, Image City Photography Gallery is located in the city's Neighborhood of the Arts & Art walk. Featuring the work of several Rochester area master photographers. http:davidigital. comimagecity or 585-271-2540 Anderson Alley Artists is a community of artists with studios on the second, third, and fourth floors above Fabrics & Findings, in a former factory building at 250 N.Goodman Street. Also within the heart of Rochester's "Neighborhood of the Arts." Several artists work in fiber, painting, printmaking, pastels, ceramics, drawing, textiles, photography, mixed media, sculpture, weaving, and book and lettering arts. You are invited to see demonstrations, ask questions, and spend a couple of hours in a very creative place! www.andersonalleyarti.sts. com or 585-473-0070 Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester a new Gallery located at 277 N. Goodman Street. The Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester is the local arts agency for the Rochester, New York metropolitan region. Its mission is to develop, promote and strengthen the cultural industry for the benefit of the people of the Rochester region. The Arts Council directly serves the cultural community artists and cultural organizations as well as the community at large, www. artsrochestcr.org or (585) 473-4000 Jembetat African Art Gallery Currently in its 1 4,h year, Jembetat's collection features objects from West, Central, and East Africa through ritual masks, bronze figures, statues and fetishes used in ceremonies and rites of passage. The extensive collection also includes wooden bowls, weapons, glass beads, and authentic jewelry. By appointment, www.jembetat. com or 800.688.6254585.442.8960 Many more galleries exist on several area college campuses and in comers of downtown. We encourage you to find these great artistic outlets for yourself in addition to the locations mentioned here. s

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